The Wolfpack

Water Polo Competes at State Tourney in First Ever Season

Water Polo Competes at State Tourney in First Ever Season

Perry Jamail, Reporter

May 24, 2018


Filed under Clubs and Organizations, CPHS News, News, Recent Stories, Sports, Top Stories

While many may not know it, water polo is an actual high school sport played by many schools in Texas and, beginning this year, Cedar Park is now one of those schools. Even though the sport has been a part of high school sports in Texas for 47 years, Cedar Park only just started up their water pol...

Book it to Lab 7

Book it to Lab 7

Sydney Miner, Reporter

May 21, 2018


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After 65 b-days, the 25 members of the Tracks yearbook staff created content for 280 different pages with 170,000 photos and over 700 interviews. From summer camp in June at UT Austin to the final deadlines in March the staff has been working to complete the final book. Yearbook distribution will...

Summer In April

Summer In April

Gillian Corona, Reporter

April 30, 2018


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Friday, April 27, the courtyard was filled with hula hoops, jump ropes, limbo, chalk, face paint, music and smiles. The P.A.C.K. hosted a Luau themed party in the courtyard during DEN, which they called Summer in April. They brought out many students as well as APs, counselors and teachers. Senior Maso...

CPHS Theatre Department Presents: The Little Mermaid Jr

CPHS Theatre Department Presents: The Little Mermaid Jr

Justin Ballou, Reporter

April 23, 2018


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The Theatre Department will be presenting “The Little Mermaid Jr” on May 1-2 at 6:30 pm in the PAC. It is a show full of energetic characters and catchy songs. The cast has been working hard on this show since February on choreographing the 16 dances that this show entails. Sophomore Meg...

Guard Takes on World for First Time

Guard Takes on World for First Time

Deana Trautz, Reporter

April 19, 2018


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The color guard traveled 1,168 miles last Wednesday as they made their way to the World Color Guard Championship in Dayton, Ohio. It was the first time they competed in this international competition and they scored 83.1 out of 100 points and placed 37 out of 59 guards. Those who compete in the c...

Horse Judging Team Advances to State Meet

Horse Judging Team Advances to State Meet

Perry Jamail, Reporter

April 18, 2018


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After a second place finish in the district competition, the Future Farmers of America (FFA) Horse Judging team competed in the area seven meet, placing seventh out of 65 teams, and are advancing to the state competition on Saturday. The state meet which will be held in Lubbock will consist of th...

Trailer Hauls Home Fourth at Competition

Trailer Hauls Home Fourth at Competition

Deana Trautz, Reporter

April 2, 2018


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Granted $10,200 by the district, juniors Zachary Cera and TJ Dudek, from the agricultural mechanics class, built a trailer that won fourth in the Houston Livestock and Agricultural Mechanics Show on March 17.  They began building in December after deciding that the trailer would be their big project...

In a Course Selection Crisis

In a Course Selection Crisis

Wolfpack Staff

March 27, 2018


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The time has come to pick classes for next year. You may be turning in final course selection sheets, meeting with guidance counselors all while stressing over picking the wrong classes. Our school has a vast range of courses to offer, but it depends what you're looking for in a class. You could be lo...

AP English Students Travel Back to the Twenties

AP English Students Travel Back to the Twenties

Sydney Miner, Reporter

March 26, 2018


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Traveling into the glitz and glam of the roaring twenties, AP English 3 students threw a "Gatsby" party after reading The Great Gatsby. They got to dress up in clothes from the era, play games like cards and poker, as well as eat and drink what they put together. The party was part of a project in which...

Voter’s Guide: Student Council Representatives 2018-2019

Voter’s Guide: Student Council Representatives 2018-2019

March 23, 2018


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Student council elections for the 2018-19 school year will be open for 48 hours from April 2-3. Voting will be through a google form sent to all student’s school email accounts based on grade level. In order to educate the student body on who they are voting for, nominees answered several questions...

‘Funny Girl’ Leads Earn GAHSMTA Nominations

‘Funny Girl’ Leads Earn GAHSMTA Nominations

Justin Ballou, Reporter

March 7, 2018


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The Greater Austin High School Theater Award nominations were officially revealed on Tuesday morning. The Theater Department put up “Funny Girl” in the fall, and lead actor sophomore Evan Vines and lead actress senior Abigail Holtfort received nominations for “Best Actor” and “Best Actress...

Princess and the Tea

Princess and the Tea

Gillian Corona, Reporter

March 6, 2018


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Over the weekend, choir hosted their biggest annual fundraiser, Princess Tea. Princess tea is a show that Seasons put on where they dress up as Disney Princesses to sing, dance and play games with little kids. This year’s show, “Moana’s Luau,” featured your classic princesses such as Cindere...

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