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Pre-calculus students surprise school with courtyard flash mob

Pre-calculus student Max Hein (pictured second from left) performs in the courtyard flash mob, using his hands to make the curve of a graph. “I really enjoyed the choice of music,” Hein said. “Uptown Funk is actually one of the few modern songs I respect, because it’s super funky, and also uptown.”

Lexi Rima, Reporter

June 2, 2015

In order to commemorate all that they learned in class, the pre-calculus students of Mrs. Martin and Mrs. Battles performed a surprise flash mob in the courtyard during passing period on May 21. A junior participant, Bronsen Chong, found it a useful way to remember the graphs, as the dance was accordingly...

Leander City Council names Gabriel and Serna Fields of Bledsoe Park

Lexi Rima, Reporter

May 28, 2015

In recognition of APUSH teacher Jayne Serna’s late husband Gabriel Serna, Leander City Council has named the athletic fields in Robin Bledsoe the “Gabriel and Jayne Serna Fields.” The two founded the Leander Youth Soccer League in 2003 and both donated time and money into the soccer programs for...

How to make a statement with a question: five ways to prom-pose

Creative crushes will use the two strongest motivators to ask their special date to Prom: food and originality.

Lexi Rima, Reporter

March 25, 2015

There comes a time in many teenagers’ lives where the pivotal moment finally occurs and one has to make the crucial and life-changing decision: how am I going to prom-pose? With prom now less than a month away, it’s time for you lonely and love-struck students to find your courage, and either get...

Inside COOL Week: Wired Orthodontics

Seniors York Westenhaver and Lexi Rima pose in front of the Wired Orthodontics office.

Lexi Rima, Reporter

March 10, 2015

For the senior class, the month of February is still in the beginning of the new 2015 year, a reminder that the last semester of high school is upon us and soon we will be thrust into the real world. Luckily, CPHS did not leave the senior class ill prepared – through COOL Week (Career Opportunities...

Committee plans for prom: 2015’s prom preview

Save the date! CPHS Prom will be held on April 18.

Lexi Rima, Reporter

March 4, 2015

For high school students, one of the biggest events of the year is Prom. This year’s prom will be held on April 18 at the University of Texas Club in the Darren K. Royal Stadium, with the theme being Fire and Ice. On the topic of this year’s theme, Adam Babich was a part of its creation. “There...

Golf gets ready to swing, prepares for District

Sophomore Addison English swings her club, practicing for upcoming golf tournaments.  “I like how golf is an individual sport, but at the same time you play as a team,” English said. “We play off of each other and it’s good for bonding.”

Lexi Rima, Reporter

February 20, 2015

Preparing for UIL District, as well as hopefully Regionals, Cedar Park golfers try to keep their focus on the game, not the competition. Led by Coach Williams, sophomore Payton DeMarco has high hopes, but recognizes the challenge of future competitions. “District is really hard,” DeMarco said....

Movie review: American Sniper

February 10, 2015

Americans are no strangers to uplifting war stories that reinforce one’s pride to be an American, and director Clint Eastwood’s newest movie “American Sniper” aimed to be added to that mix, painting the story of the deadliest marksman in American military history. The movie follows protagonist...

FFA finds personal best success at Williamson County Livestock Show

Senior Emily Miller, pictured on right, sits in an FFA meeting pertaining to the County Show. “[The show] was fun; mainly it’s good experience because through FFA, I’ve gained a lot of maturity and patience,” Miller said. “I actually prepared my animal more than myself.”

Lexi Rima, Reporter

January 23, 2015

FFA has a history of competing well in past shows and district contests, but the Cedar Park organization has experienced its most success to date at the Williamson County Livestock Show. At this year’s show, the amount of FFA members placing high and of animals qualifying for sale is the greatest it...

Cedar Park alters crest flag tradition

The school's crest flags hang on the upper walls of the library.

Lexi Rima, Reporter

December 3, 2014

The library here at CPHS is home to not only books, computers, and other educational tools, but also decorative crest flags that line its upper walls. According to the school librarian, Mrs. Barnes, these crest flags represent each senior class over the years of our school. “The officers of each...

Stanford University recognizes Joseph Maduneme

Lexi Rima, Reporter

November 17, 2014

A teacher can be textbook defined as simply an educator, but students know that teachers can be so much more than just instructors. One student, college freshman and CPHS graduate Gabe Haro, notices these exceptional traits in Mr. Maduneme, a man originally from Nigeria who has been teaching at CPHS...

Movie review: Annabelle

Lexi Rima, Reporter

November 4, 2014

Halloween isn’t just a time for candy and costumes; it’s also a time for creepiness and corruption. Director John R. Leonetti’s new horror movie and prequel to "The Conjuring," "Annabelle"  is not only interesting, but also frightening. The movie begins with an expecting married couple, John...

Halloween how-to: staying safe

Lexi Rima, Reporter

October 31, 2014

This Halloween, don’t let anything get in the way of you having a great time. Oct. 31 is a night reserved for sweets and scares, so keep it that way! These tips will tell you how to keep safe while having fun. Don’t trick-or-treat alone! Make sure you and your friends stick together. Be wary of crossing...

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