By Kristen Shepard Editor in Chief The long hot hours of practice, the late nights spent at the band hall and the persistent mental strain of mastering new pieces put forth by the Coppell High School percussion ensemble was not left unrewarded. Named one of the premiere percussion programs in the country, the Coppell High School band recently traveled to [...]Read more ›
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By Thomas Hair Opinions Editor The William T. Cozby Library, Coppell’s largest and longest-standing public library, received the Texas Municipal Library Association’s Achievement in Excellence Library Award on march 26. This is the eighth year in a row that the Cozby Library has been honored with this distinction. To do so, it had to display outstanding performance in ten areas and [...]Read more ›
Coppell High School wrestling coach Chip Lowery was honored this week by being vote the District 5-5A Coach of the Year for Wrestling. After moving into the toughest district with powerhouses like Flower Mound and Lewisville, Lowery was deserving of the award. Even more prestigious than the award itself is the manner in getting it. The award is voted on [...]Read more ›
By Thomas Hair Opinions Editor Every year, there comes a time in October when every high school student in America must sit down and complete the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test (PSAT). This test is more than just a way to get out of class or practice for the “real” SAT. For many students, it is their one shot to become a National [...]Read more ›
By Mary Whitfill Features Editor CHS senior baseball player Teddy Croft was named February’s Wingstop Scholar Athlete of the Month for his dedication to his sport while still maintaining a high academic record and volunteering in the community. Each month, Wingstop and KTVT-TV CBS invites fans, athletic directors, coaches and members of the community to nominate exceptional athletes within the [...]Read more ›