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Working with a team when you hate team spirit

IB Math Studies teacher Ian VanderSchee works with seniors Jess Goode and Maria Khan on their trigonometry homework. VanderSchee teaches using the flipped classroom method, where students learn the material at home through videos and can ask questions and work out problems with him during class.

Grant Spicer, Staff Writer

March 10, 2017

As students, we often learn about teamwork and its complexities. There will always be the group leader and there will almost always be one person whose laziness drags the whole group down.   Some students really prefer working in teams and some do not. So what if you are part of the group...

Chemistry; ingredient of a nationally top ranked team

The Coppell High School varsity baseball team huddles after its game against Richland.

Lina Pyon, Staff Writer

April 15, 2016

After racking up win after win, Coppell’s baseball team is acclaimed to be the nation's top ranked team for Class 6A, according to Collegiate Baseball’s National High School Poll and is undefeated for this season. This can be accredited to the player's’ talent, but more for the way they have come together as...

Solar Car team drives towards new goals

The Engineering team has been working extremely hard on this solar car each week in hopes of winning contests they have entered. Photo by Ivy Hess.

December 6, 2011

By Kristen Shepard Staff Writer A dedicated group of students uses welding tools, wires and wheels work in a place where the sky is the limit. The Coppell Solar Car team is unlike any high school organization and is planning success in their future by driving full speed ahead. Under the guidance...

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 but a student in EMAC’s Advanced Reporting elective course. The Advanced Reporting class provides...

The Next Few Four Years

May 11, 2011

By: Chris Cummins Staff Writer With the news of Osama bin Laden’s death and the celebrations that soon swept the nation, it’s inevitable that Obama’s presidency will be reevaluated in light of the death of one of this nation’s infamous enemies. Where before Obama was criticized for his supposed ‘...

CHS Swim and Dive team flocks to fundraising event

November 9, 2009

By Ashleigh Heaton Entertainment Editor I drove up to my house last night to see that my front lawn had been inhabited by a hoard of pink, plastic flamingos. Unless my parents decided to decorate using some weird retro-theme, something was definitely up. Turns out, my family is now a part of...