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Pro Promposals

Pro Promposals

Kerry Madden, Reporter
May 6, 2016
Filed under Features, Top Stories

Going Bananas What would you do if a person in a banana suit was in your driveway? On her way home from work, senior Meredith McQueen believed that she was meeting up with friends at her house. Little did she know that she would come home to a surprise in her driveway. Spelled out in bananas, with...

CPHS photographer takes home People’s Choice Award

CPHS  photographer takes home People’s Choice Award

Collyn Burke, Reporter
April 14, 2016
Filed under Features, Top Stories

There is no question that Cedar Park High school is home to some talented students, one of those students being senior Kaity Dawson. Dawson started getting interested in photography a little over a year ago, and from there her passion seemed to take off, leading to her forming her own photography business,...

The woman that has it all: Kerry Madden

The woman that has it all: Kerry Madden

Anjali Sundaram, Reporter
April 14, 2016
Filed under Features, Top Stories

Kerry Madden. A senior. A legend. A novelty of her class. The star of this year’s UIL play. She is the next big thing. Madden has starred in 14 plays for CP and five plays during middle school, gathering around 19 plays overall. With CP, she has starred in plays such as: “Midsummer Night's dream,” ...

Senior takes his passion to the next level

Senior takes his passion to the next level

Emilee Guernsey, Editor
March 23, 2016
Filed under Features, Top Stories

Moving his head back and forth, swaying as he stands, he sets up his equipment and begins to play his own creations to the crowd. As the tempo gets quicker, he sees people beginning to dance, and soon he’s dancing along himself. Senior Carson Kennedy had the opportunity to perform at Austin’s South by S...

Senior pilots student section through football season

Senior pilots student section through football season

Emilee Guernsey, Editor
January 19, 2016
Filed under Features, Sports

  Each year, a new senior takes the spot of “Student Section Leader” at football games, leading their peers in chants and cheers. This year, though not planned, Ben Prasifka became the “captain” of the students. “I showed up to one of the games and just kind of became the leader,” P...

Grosch debates to number one

Grosch debates to number one

Anjali Sundaram, Reporter
January 13, 2016
Filed under Features

Clad in a black pant-suit, the girl made her way into the classroom. With her head held high and her backpack in tow, she stirred towards the desk. Pulling out her laptop, she started her planning and her plotting. Her leg nervously bounced in which one might mistake as a gesture of nervousness, but...

Stand out student assumes title of sophomore of the year

Stand out student assumes title of sophomore of the year

Kerry Madden, Reporter
January 8, 2016
Filed under Features

Sophomore year: the routines of high school have become second nature, you know the west wing from the east wing, and you’ve begun the second chapter of your high school years. With the prospects of a new year ahead of them, the sophomores of the school dived into their second year of high school....

Hoppe talks to the top

Hoppe talks to the top

Anjali Sundaram, Reporter
November 17, 2015
Filed under Features

He stands before the stage, nervously palming his note cards. His mind races through his mental bullet list. Hands sweating and heart racing as his name is called. He ambles towards the center, with the stage lights beating down on him, and says the words that he has been practicing for all these months...

CP graduate completes Marine boot camp

CP graduate completes Marine boot camp

Meital Abraham, Reporter
November 11, 2015
Filed under Features

2015 graduate, Kerry Maresca, recently completed Marine boot camp. Maresca joined the Marines after hearing about the debt program and how it would help pay for a college of his choice. He was not only fueled by tuition, but also by the want to help his country and to become a strong leader. Maresca...

Adios Cedar Park, Hola Puerto Rico

Adios Cedar Park, Hola Puerto Rico

Kerry Madden, Reporter
November 6, 2015
Filed under Features

Many students in their educational career will not study abroad until their junior year of college, however, senior Kristen Kelly is taking on a unique opportunity that makes her an exception to this common convention. Come Nov. 19, Kelly will embark to Puerto Rico as a part of a cultural program sp...

Jake’s World News

Jake’s World News

Jake Herrick, Reporter
November 4, 2015
Filed under Features

Hello, I’m Jake Herrick and I’m here to make you a little less dumb. This is the first of a semi-weekly article that will cover world events so you are not obliged to make remarks concerning weather, pop icons, grades, and hollow petty gossip; and to instead allow conversation to become the breeding...

Diabetes, allergies, and dragons. Oh my!

Avery Deen, Reporter
October 28, 2015
Filed under Clubs and Organizations, Features

There is an abundance of clubs here at CP, we have everything from a knitting club to a lacrosse team and a film club to an automotive club. This year three new clubs have been added to the repertoire: the Dungeons & Dragons club, the food allergy support group, and the diabetes support group. ...

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