Coppell Student Media

Chitta experiences first musical performance

Chitta experiences first musical performance

November 1, 2013

By Pranathi Chitta Staff Writer I have a lot of friends who love musicals which makes me feel very left out when all they talk about is which character is which in different musicals. Needless to say, I was not prepared for what was to come. I decided Coppell High School’s performance of “The...

Perks of being a teenager: High school comes full circle

Perks of being a teenager: High school comes full circle

May 31, 2013

By Addy Buigas-Lopez Business Manager She pulled out her color-coded binder and agenda and filled in her schedule for the first week of school. She used a different color for each class and made boxes in the margins to check off each item when it was finished. That was the year she started high s...

Coppell High School Band

Coppell High School Band

November 26, 2012

The Coppell High School band program is one of the finest programs in the United States. Composed of over 350 students from all 4 grades the band program has won numerous awards, championships and honors, ranging from local and state contests to the prestigious Tournament of Roses Parade. The band has...

All-state

November 26, 2012

All-state is the highest honor a Texas music student can achieve. Over 1,500 students are selected out of over 55,000 from throughout the state to perform in one of 13 ensembles. There are seven bands, three orchestras and three choirs. This process begins with auditions hosted by 28 TMEA (Texas Music...

Laughter, athleticism remembered in time of loss

Laughter, athleticism remembered in time of loss

November 9, 2012

By Julianne Cauley News Editor On Oct. 14, hundreds of students, parents and faculty gathered in the stands and on the turf of Buddy Echols Field to lift prayers for the Logan family as well as comfort friends mourning the loss of beloved teammate and friend, Jacob Logan. Earlier that afternoon, Logan had been at Possu...

Lacrosse rolls into the second half of the season

March 27, 2012

By Chase Porter Staff Writer As the CHS lacrosse team recovers from the trip to Arizona they will enter the second half of the season against Allen and Jesuit. Our two games in Arizona didn't go as we had planned losing both games dropping our record to 5 and 3. Tomorrow night we will have a chance...

Coppell vs. ESD in tough match up

March 20, 2012

By Chase Porter Staff Writer Today, March 20th, is going to be one of the toughest games of the season for the Coppell Lacrosse team. Tonight at 7:30, the Coppell lacrosse team and I will be playing the Episcopal School of Dallas at Coppell middle school west. This will be our toughest opponent...

Students find expression, creativity through dance at CHS

Students find expression, creativity through dance at CHS

February 14, 2012

By Annie Wen Staff Writer The expression of dance is unlike any feeling in the world. It is movement that cannot be described with words. It is individual to the dancer. It is as unique as the person on the dance floor. For some dancers, it starts at a young age. Senior Jenny Katlein has been dancing for 15 years now. “My ...

Senior girls defend their ground

Senior girls defend their ground

January 23, 2012

By Kara Adkins Online Copy Editor Blocks, pressure points and strikes were all new phrases to many senior girls on Jan. 18 at the first Senior Girls’ Self Defense course of the year. This course will be offered to all Coppell High School and New Tech senior girls every Wednesday for the next six weeks from 6-8 p.m. at Coppell Middl...

CHS drum line competes in Lone Star Classic

November 17, 2011

By Annie Wen Staff Writer While the marching band season has ended for the beloved CHS drum line the season went on a little longer. The drum line competed this past Saturday November 12 at the Lone Star Classic Drumline Competition. The Lone Star Classic is a competition for drum lines specifically....