Coppell Student Media

On the Spot: Localizing legislation (with video)

On the Spot: Localizing legislation (with video)

Christine Zacuai, Executive News Editor

March 8, 2019

On Thursday night, the Cozby Library and Community Commons saw the gathering of local community leaders, first responders and residents in House District 115 for the first Town Hall and Legislative Update under State Rep. Julie Johnson.   Since her election to office in November, Johnson made it ...

Bright future awaits cross country team following state meet

Bright future awaits cross country team following state meet

Lili Lomas

November 10, 2017

The Coppell High School girls cross country team went into the Class 6A Meet at Round Rock last Saturday with one goal in mind: finishing top five overall.   Though it fell two places short of this goal, finishing seventh place overall, the team saw improvement from last year’s 15th place ...

Cross country team running toward state victory

Cross country team running toward state victory

Lili Lomas

November 3, 2017

Coming out as regional champions only two weeks ago, the Coppell High School cross country team has shifted its focus to an even more intense competition.The team is headed to the Class 6A State Cross Country  tomorrow in Round Rock.   The CHS girls team will be represented by freshmen Chloe Hassman...

CHS band qualifies for state competition

CHS band qualifies for state competition

Akila Muthukumar, Staff Writer

November 7, 2016

You snap to attention, back straight, eyes affixed slightly above the person in front of you, and instrument held neatly, now a reflex from months of preparation. It is 6:30 p.m. and unlike most high schoolers, you are not sitting at home doing homework; you are on the field practicing, perfecting a ...

Underrated sport warrants recognition, lacrosse players work harder to play

Underrated sport warrants recognition, lacrosse players work harder to play

Mallorie Munoz, Managing Editor @munoz_mallorie

April 29, 2016

In the south, high school football is widely popular. Ask anyone who has seen NBC’s “Friday Night Lights”. Despite being named National Collegiate Athletic Association’s fastest growing sport, lacrosse has yet to land a TV show, or even a substantial amount of credit at school. As a non-profit, privately fun...

Defensive pressure creates solid foundation to advance Coppell to state final

Defensive pressure creates solid foundation to advance Coppell to state final

Kathryn Rudd, Staff Writer

April 16, 2016

GEORGETOWN - Determined to keep the ball in their possession, the Coppell Cowboys soccer team were patient to find the perfect opportunity for an attack.   Finding an empty space near the box, junior forward Nick Taylor charged the goal, getting fouled and giving Coppell a penalty kick. Th...

Girls golf places for first time ever at state tournament

Girls golf places for first time ever at state tournament

May 1, 2015

By Alex Nicoll Editor-in-Chief @NicollMac For the first time ever in the history of the girls and boys golf programs at Coppell High School, a team brought home a trophy from the state tournament after the girls won second at the Class 6A state golf tournament. However even with that impre...

AcDec secures sixth place finish at state

February 27, 2014

By Henriikka Niemi Staff Writer On the morning of Feb. 20 during second period, the competing members of the Coppell High School Academic Decathlon team were sent off to the state competition by crowds of cheering students. After placing second at the regional meet in January and earning a ranking of ...

Top ranked Academic Decathlon team prepares for state

February 6, 2014

By Henriikka Niemi Staff Writer Senior Cejay Zhu, like many of the students on the Coppell High School Academic Decathlon team, juggles 15 hours of work, his leadership position at Teen Court and homework for several AP classes all while mastering material over 10 different subjects. Academic Dec...

Chinese Lantern Festival lights up State Fair of Texas

Chinese Lantern Festival lights up State Fair of Texas

October 7, 2013

By Gabby Sahm Staff Writer With excitement in the air, the State Fair of Texas opened on Sept. 27. Everyone was eager to see the new Big Tex, eat the new fried foods and ride the 212-foot ferris wheel. However, there is a hidden gem at the fair that comes in the shape of paper lanterns. The Chinese La...