The Wolfpack

A Last Message From The Senior Class

A view of Cedar Park High from in front.

Carlie Morgan, Reporter

June 2, 2017

In these last few days of high school, seniors are looking back on their time here. Some with joy, some with sadness, some wishing they had the time to do all the things they didn’t get the chance to. With the knowledge the senior class has now, their underclassmen years would have been a breeze, but s...

Students Balance Jobs With Summer Plans

A popular workplace for Cedar Park students.

Carlie Morgan, Reporter

May 26, 2017

With summer fast approaching students are starting to think about their plans for the break. Amid music festivals and beach trips, some students have decided to add a summer job to their schedule. From earning some extra cash to simply having something to do, the students of CP have a number of reasons ...

CPHS Choir Takes New York

The view choir students were treated to at the Rockefeller Center's Top of the Rock.

Carlie Morgan, Reporter

May 15, 2017

After successfully conquering the UIL season, Cedar Park High School’s collective choir classes decided a bit of fun was in order. Only a day after each choir achieved the highest UIL score possible, around 40 choir students packed up their bags and headed off for a five day trip to New York City....

Deirdre Wolf Sings Her Way Through High School

Shining onstage, senior Deirdre Wolf sings “Don’t Tell Mama” during Theatre’s performance of Cabaret on Nov. 2. Her role of Sally played a big part in the show. “She serves as a foil for the other relationship that personifies deep rooted hope and denial,” Wolf said.

Carlie Morgan, Reporter

May 4, 2017

As a singer, actor and dancer, senior Deirdre Wolf is a triple threat. Best known as Sally Bowles, lead character from this year’s musical, "Cabaret," Wolf is a prominent face in the senior class. Not surprisingly, Wolf’s killer vocals come from a lifetime of singing. She attributes her love for mus...

Luke Williamson Pursues A Passion For Photography

Luke Williamson Pursues A Passion For Photography

Carlie Morgan, Reporter

May 3, 2017

Midnight, on a Tuesday. Most are asleep, happily dreaming, escaping the stress of everyday life. This is not the case for senior Luke Williamson, who’s day seems endless; a never-ending list of classes, honor societies, extracurriculars and clubs. Midnight means the day is both over and beginning;...

Coloring With Counselors Offers a New Den Option

Carlie Morgan, Reporter

April 25, 2017

In the midst of the most stressful period of the year, junior Amelia Vidrine saw a need for a reprieve for the students of Cedar Park High School. Coloring with Counselors is a new Den option, headed by Vidrine, which consists of just what the name promises; coloring books and counselors. “Usually ...

Seasons Presents Princess Tea

The cast of Princess Tea bringing it in for a group hug.

Carlie Morgan, Reporter

March 20, 2017

The school cafeteria was flooded with tiny princes and princesses as Seasons put on their annual Princess Tea on March 3-5. The members of Seasons and Pitch Black, the high school’s select choirs, donned their best ball gowns, took on the role of a Disney prince or princess, and put on a show for the child...

Shattered Dreams: What Is It?

CPHS News filmed one of their scenes for Shattered Dreams at the Cedar Park Police Station.

Carlie Morgan, Reporter

March 8, 2017

Tomorrow CPHS’s biannual Shattered Dreams event will take place to raise awareness of the dangers of drinking and distracted driving. It is a two-day event, involving a mock crash and video presentation to highlight the potential effects of this tragic combination. For juniors and seniors, this will ...

Award-Worthy Moments From The Oscars

Carlie Morgan, Reporter

March 3, 2017

The Academy Awards took the Oscar Feb. 26 for worst award show mixup since “Adele Dazeem”. In an M. Night Shyamalan worthy twist, Warren Beatty, the announcer for the Best Picture award, was handed the wrong card and mistakenly announced “La La Land” as the winner. The mistake was remedied, but n...

How To Survive Valentine’s As Told By A Single Person

February 13, 2017

Valentine's Day is a very trying time for all of us out there who have to buy our own chocolate. The inescapable romance clogging up your timelines and couples coming out of the woodwork to force their love in your face. The best plan to avoid the unsightly mushy-gushy mess is to hide in your house ...

Presenting The WAM Awards

Carlie Morgan, Reporter

January 30, 2017

In honor of the recent release of the Academy Award Nominees, The Wolfpack staff has compiled a list of awards for those movies not given the honor of being included in the Academy’s decisions. For your viewing pleasure, here are The Wolfpack Academy Media Awards.   Worst Plot Twist in a Horror Movie: M. Nig...

PNG Marches Into The Spotlight

JP Reuter and Deirdre Wolf acting out a PNG game.

Carlie Morgan, Reporter

January 27, 2017

After a year of absence, CPHS’s own Penguin National Guard has returned to the stage to bring laughter to the school once again. The improv troupe, composed of comedically gifted individuals performed their comeback show this past Friday, Jan. 20, which consisted of multiple comedic games which not only t...

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