Coppell Student Media

  • Commitment form for third nine weeks is available today for those changing their commitments, due Dec. 9
  • Dec. 11 is an early dismissal day in CISD (Elementary: 12:30 p.m., Middle: 1 p.m., High: 1:40 p.m.)

Sophomores kick off first year of Habitat for Humanity Club with supply drive

Coppell High School sophomores Shriya Vanparia, Dania Nesar, Trisha Narwekar, Harsha Alexander, Eva Theel and Rifhat Sindhi wrap donation boxes for their Habitat for Humanity supply drive at their first club meeting on Thursday, Nov. 9. They will be collecting home supplies until Dec. 15.
Anthony Cesario, Staff Writer December 8, 2017

Through Dec. 15, the Habitat for Humanity Club at Coppell High School is holding a donation drive to provide supplies to people in need of a decent and affordable home.   Habitat for Humanity...

Possible exemptions allow for early summer

May 29, 2013

By Jordan Bickham Staff Writer As the year wraps up, students become more and more eager to leave school and begin summer.  The one and only obstacle standing in the way of them beginning summer 2013...

National Honor Society applications available for sophomores

February 8, 2013

By Elizabeth Sims Staff Writer Applications for National Honor Society are now available for all sophomores. You must have a GPA of 4.8 or higher to be eligible to apply. To pick up an application,...

Juniors to register for PSAT

September 12, 2012

By Jay Carroll Staff Writer Juniors can now register for the PSAT which will be taking place on Wednesday, Oct. 17. While not all juniors are required to register for the PSAT, counselors are encouraging...

Academy website up and running

Sydney Williams, EMAC sophomore, interviews PSA sophomore Vivit Chetry for a halloween story to be posted on the Weebly website. Photo by Regan Sullivan.
October 26, 2011

By Annie Wen Staff Writer With a deadline approaching, sophomore Sydney Williams knows she must get her interviews done and her story posted online. Williams is not a member of The Sidekick or KCBY...

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