The Wolfpack

The Life of a Celebrity

Then freshman, Erica Shepherd performed at the 2017 Holiday show.
Isaiah Prophet, Reporter December 17, 2020

Uncovering the Passion

The UT Observatory is one of the trips that WISE went to to learn more about space. They explored the UT campus and for the first time, they saw Jupiter through a telescope.
Rachana Kommineni, Reporter December 10, 2020

Finding Yourself

Polishook reports for the CPHS WolfPack. Broadcast is one of the sophomore's many interests. “I took Broadcast just because it's a career choice that I'm interested in, whether that be reporting, journalism or operating a camera,
Jaden Kolenbrander, Reporter December 3, 2020

A “Pool” Kid

Eyes forward and head out of water, junior Thomas Wu competes at the 5A state championships in February. Wu made it to the finals for the 100yd butterfly and 100yd breaststroke events.  “Breaststroke has always been my best and favorite strokes since I started swimming, and I have spent a lot of time and effort working on it,” Wu said. “For the past year or so, I've also been trying to expand my horizons and improve my other events. For example, last year I really focused on the 100 butterfly and I improved a lot finishing fourth at the state championships.”
Estefani Rios, Editor-in-Chief November 27, 2020

An American Influence

Madison Cherry has taken her first step towards the world of business. The junior student has become an influencer for American Eagle and has started her own jewelry business, and has gained a lot of advice from her experience. “Being an influencer teaches me how to run Instagram, and see what my audience likes the most, when they are most active, etc,” Cherry said. “When I do get more serious with my jewelry business, I can see what my audience likes and what they don’t like, so that I can promote my product more and sell what [is] more popular. Definitely, being an influencer has given me a lot of advice, whether that be from business partners or my own experience.” 
Ruchi Sankolli, Reporter November 20, 2020

Designated Drawer

Depicting a field of sunflowers, the painting above is one of many of Spradling's creations from seventh grade.
Ally JohnPress, Reporter November 12, 2020

Diving Towards Greatness

Pierce Brooke dives at the 2020 regional swim and dive meet. Brooke began diving seven years ago because of his interest in swimming and gymnastics.
Kaiya Wilkinson, Reporter November 3, 2020

An Artist at Work

With carefully painted covers, sophomore Claire Poulter showcases some of her favorite greeting cards she made since she began her business. Poulter started Elizabeth Illustrations at the beginning of quarantine because she had a lot of time on her hands and wanted to do something that she was passionate about.
Rachana Kommineni, Reporter September 30, 2020

Where the Magic Begins

Wearing one of her three character outfits, junior Katie Smith poses in the Snow Queen costume. Smith first came up with the idea for a party princess business in March and quickly began the process of creating the character costumes and the budget. “My favorite thing about going to theme parks is interacting with the characters and having conversations with them,” Smith said. “I realized that that’s something I could bring to the kids right here in Cedar Park so I immediately started planning.” 
Morgan Kasel, Assistant Editor September 11, 2020

From CP to Golden Key and Beyond

Posing in her room, senior Kieren Garner smiles while being surrounded by books. Garner plans to major in English at Texas State in the fall.
Amelia Tapia, Guest Reporter May 29, 2020

Fields to Labs

Getting ready to pass the ball, senior Michael Ernand plays at the UT fields for preseason, against Hutton. Ernand said he will be attending Texas A&M University in the fall to start on a new path. “Even though soccer has been all that I’ve grown to know, I feel confident in my new future (becoming an anesthesiologist),” Ernand said.
Valeria Best, Guest Reporter May 28, 2020

Best of Both Worlds

Senior Alison Dye smiles for the camera. Dye has been a member of many organizations in school, from playing the role of Mary Poppins in Princess Tea, to being a member of PALS and the Spanish Club, and reflects on her experience in these activities. “All of these activities have helped me come out of the shell,” Dye said. “I’m grateful for the opportunities I’ve been blessed with, [and the chance] to meet so many awesome people.”
Ruchi Sankolli, Reporter May 26, 2020
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