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Community College or University? Students Explain Their Choices

Community College or University? Students Explain Their Choices

Anjali Sundaram, Reporter
April 5, 2017
Filed under CPHS News, News, Recent Stories, Top Stories

Choosing where one wants to go to college is a large step in coming into adulthood. Many students have been procuring acceptances from colleges around the world, struggling to decide which college they should go to, however, some students forget that there is another option: Austin Community College...

CPHS UIL Results

CPHS UIL Results

JP Reuter and Zach Burleson
April 4, 2017
Filed under CPHS News

While CPHS is known for our outstanding sports, we are also known for how well we do academically. Over this past weekend while many of our students were gearing up for prom, a group of students travelled over to Magnolia High School to compete in the District and Regional events of UIL Academics. &...

Mental Health Resources for Students

Mental Health Resources for Students

Mandi Bosse, Digital Content Manager
March 31, 2017
Filed under CPHS News, Most Recent, News, Top Stories

Below are some resources for students to seek help or advice if they are in need of any mental health aid. Bluebonnet Trails Suicide Prevention Handout for Teens Know When to Get Help Suicide Warning Signs National Association for Mental Illness Mental Health Facts Grief Support Amare Outreac...

Students Advance to Internationals in DECA

Students Advance to Internationals in DECA

Anjali Sundaram, Reporter
March 1, 2017
Filed under Clubs and Organizations, CPHS News, News, Top Stories

On Feb. 24-26, DECA students traveled to San Antonio to compete in the state DECA competition. Four out of the 15 students qualified for Internationals, otherwise known as ICDC. Seniors Brittany Ballou and Avery Daniel are advancing to Internationals for Fashion Merchandising and senior Sagar Kan...

New Caves in Cedar Park

New Caves in Cedar Park

Zach Szabo, Reporter
February 14, 2017
Filed under CPHS News

Down in the Avery Ranch area, a cave was found on the land sometime ago and is still being worked on to this day.   The new owner of the land seeks to turn the caves into an educational opportunity with the growing possibility of working with schools to provide students with programs. We got to...

StuCo Candy Grams On Sale February 1st

StuCo Candy Grams On Sale February 1st

Brandon Hardiman
February 2, 2017
Filed under CPHS News

Student Council has been hard at work recently working on a Valentine's candy grams fundraiser. They will be selling KitKats, Hershey Bars, Skittles, Snickers and other candy for a dollar in the cafeteria from Feb. 1-3. On the candy, there will be a note attached with a message that will be deliv...

Where Is The Wolfmart?

Where Is The Wolfmart?

Mandi Bosse, Digital Content Manager
January 26, 2017
Filed under CPHS News

DECA and The Wolfmart have revealed that they hope to reopen The Wolfmart by next year.   Students who are sophomores and older may remember a stand called The Wolfmart that was open during lunches. The store sold cookies, snacks drinks and school supplies and other items to students that...

Girls Basketball Stays Strong Throughout Season

Girls Basketball Stays Strong Throughout Season

Celeste Ritzheimer
January 24, 2017
Filed under CPHS News

The girls basketball team has been hard at work this season facing many new challenges.   Due to redistricting, many LISD schools have moved up to 6A while CPHS remained at 5A. This change has caused the girls basketball team to be up against many new teams for the very first time. &nb...

New Chuy’s in Cedar Park

New Chuy’s in Cedar Park

Mandi Bosse
January 13, 2017
Filed under CPHS News

Austin based Tex-Mex chain Chuy’s will soon be opening a location in Cedar Park.   The Parke, a developing retail center, is currently constructing several buildings for business like 365 by Whole Foods, Red Robin, a new Austin Chuy’s location. The Parke is located by the new Costco and...

Students Offer Tips to Battle Allergy Season

Cheryl Cruz, CPHS News Reporter
January 12, 2017
Filed under CPHS News, Most Recent, News

With cedar at an all time high making allergies worse than ever, many of the CPHS students are looking for relief. More than 30 million people around the world, and over 30% of the population suffer from pollen related allergies. Cedar pollen has always peaked in the first few weeks of January but t...

Students Have Mixed Reaction to New Cedar Park Flag

Celeste Ritzheimer, CPHS News Reporter
January 11, 2017
Filed under CPHS News, Most Recent, News

The City of Cedar Park is getting mixed reaction after recently adopting a new flag and CPHS News spoke to student about their thoughts. Out of 250 design submissions, Catherine Van Arnam’s was chosen as the very first flag of Cedar Park.  The flag was unveiled in early December and the mixed resp...

New Year, New You?

New Year, New You?

JP Reuter
January 9, 2017
Filed under CPHS News

People are always looking for fresh starts and the new year is a popular choice to do so. Even with being so, lots of people refuse to participate in this practice. According to a Twitter poll we ran, only 34% of people made a New Year’s resolution this year. So why are people opting out of this o...

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