Coppell Student Media

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Recommendation letters aid in celestial experience

Coppell High School students juniors Calen Halcom, Marcos Morales-Martinez, Matthew O'Quinn, Gregory Sabancuyan, Akash Vijay, Abigail Simon, Fiona Lopez and LeeAn Zhong were selected to participate in the High School Aerospace Scholars. Not pictured is junior Hannah George, who was also selected, and STEM teacher Pilar Castro-Zena. They will do a 16-week online interactive course of NASA activities related to space exploration, earth science, technology, mathematics and aeronautics.

Anika Arutla, Social Media Manager

January 22, 2020

Earth is a small insignificant factor in the equation of the universe and programs such as NASA spend many resources exploring the world outside this planet.  Every year, it brings in high school students from across the state to help in the age of new discovery through the Texas High School Aero...

Mason’s career takes flight at NASA

Mason's career takes flight at NASA

May 10, 2012

By Christina Burke Staff Writer From a young age, many students aspire to follow their wildest dreams such as becoming an astronaut. Throughout the years, some students lose their motivation, but others rise above the odds to conquer their ambitions. Senior Carolyn Mason has been actively involve...

CHS MATE team blows competition out of water

May 15, 2011

Divya Kumar News Editor Last year's oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico has caused a stir on all levels, all the way down to local high schools. The Coppell High School Underwater Robot, or MATE, team recently competed in the Texas regional competition that dealt with such a hypothetical situation of cleaning up an oil spill an...