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  • The annual Cheer Bingo Night will be held this Friday night on Sept. 21 from 6:00 p.m-9:30 p.m. at the CHS Commons.

Projects to make a difference: CHS students give back to community through Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts

Projects to make a difference: CHS students give back to community through Boy Scouts,  Girl Scouts

Jessica Jun, Staff Writer

May 16, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

As the school year wraps up, many students around Coppell High School participating in Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts are completing their unique, individual projects within their organizations. The Sidekick sat down with these CHS students to discuss their passions, what projects they have participated in and what t...

Strokes of passion

Strokes of passion

Farah Merchant, Staff Writer

September 20, 2016


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Strokes of brushes fluttered across canvases, leaving a permanent mark of blue, red, green or purple. The entire canvas splashed with color as Coppell High School junior Izzy Halls painted a painting for a fellow client. Hall’s passion for art made her an entrepreneur as she began selling her artwork to parents, students, and friends. Her busines...

Klise, Seifert to launch series of college essay workshops

Klise, Seifert to launch series of college essay workshops

April 17, 2012


Filed under News

By Thomas Hair Online Copy Editor The fleeting summer months are normally a time of rest and relief, a light at the end of the tunnel for students near the end of another school year. For juniors however, the thought of summer offers little respite. During the sunny months, the full responsibility...

Ogbogu quickly gaining recognition

Ogbogu quickly gaining recognition

September 7, 2011


Filed under Sports

By Seth Slover Staff Writer Junior Chiaka Ogbogu embodies the definition of the word “determination.”A raw athlete with God-given ability, Ogbogu has refined her skills and developed her talent. Having played on the seventh grade C team and eighth grade B team at Middle School North, Ogbogu has escalated up the ladder of volleyball success, now a second-year ...

The SAT

October 9, 2010


Filed under News Blog

By Chris Cummins Staff Writer The SAT is currently offered in dozens countries around the globe, in thousands of testing centers in those same countries, and on average, to over two million students. Most college admissions officers rank it among the most important factors in determing admittance,...

Annual College Night fast approaching

September 20, 2010


Filed under News Blog

by Ashley Attanucci The annual College Night at the UNT Coliseum is taking place Tuesday, September 21. It begins at 6:30 and is open to all students and family. Hundreds of colleges, from all over the nation, will be attending with representatives ready to answer any and all questions. Attendance...

Halloween Haunt: Costumes of the season Image and video hosting by TinyPic

November 13, 2009


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By Michael Pankonien Staff Writer Video by Courtney Powell Halloween has once again held up to the expectations and momentous build up that it is traditionally subjected to each year: the candy was delicious, the mood was eerie, and of course - the costumes were out of this world. Costumes...

TLC a chance for juniors to make an impact

October 4, 2009


Filed under News

By Peter Sblendorio Staff Writer The new school year has brought a new cast of 30 well-rounded juniors into the Teen Leadership Coppell (TLC) program. These students will impact the community in a number of ways over the next year. The main purpose of the group is to produce leaders sett...