By Kara Hallam Enterprise Editor @Kara Hallam From a University of California Los Angeles survey of 400,000 students with varying degrees of course intensity, it was found on average that high schools students have about one hour of homework a night. Meanwhile, in a survey of 30 Coppell High School Advanced Placement students, it was found that they spent an […]Read more ›
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By Kara Hallam Staff Writer With over 25 exams being administered in the next two weeks, it can be hard to keep track of Advanced Placement (AP) testing and End-of-Course (EOC) exams. Below, is what students need to know for test day from schedules to rules and even a few tips and study guides. For all AP tests in the […]Read more ›
By Pranathi Chitta Staff Writer For many students, this is a new semester with new classes, but for Chris Caussey it is a new semester with teaching a new course. Caussey was an on-level and Pre-AP World Geography teacher, but now he has taken the place of Brian Rohloff, former AP World History-Blended teacher. Rohloff left Coppell High School on […]Read more ›
By Pranathi Chitta Staff Writer International Baccalaureate and Advanced Placement are both very competitive and prestigious programs at Coppell High School. International Baccalaureate (IB) is a 2 year program, which students can take in their junior and senior year. Coppell High School has adopted the IB program in 2009, and since then, many students have chosen to take it. Advanced […]Read more ›
By Mabry Culp Staff Writer The biggest question on upcoming juniors and seniors mind is college. How to get in, apply, leave the nest, etc. AP classes are important to college applications and college credit, and now the Academies are implementing them into their normally Pre-AP curriculum. These small learning communities focus their objectives on preparing students for real world […]Read more ›