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20 Years of Cedar Park

20 Years of Cedar Park

Perry Jamail, Reporter

June 5, 2018


Filed under CPHS News, News, Top Stories, Uncategorized, Weekly List

In celebration of 20 years since Cedar Park High School first opened its doors for students in 1998, a pep rally was held last Friday, on June 1st. During the rally several notable staff members and alumni spoke about how far the school has come since 1998. A video was shown that included severa...

Summer In April

Summer In April

Gillian Corona, Reporter

April 30, 2018


Filed under Clubs and Organizations, News, Top Stories

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...

Sophomore Receives Award for Sculpture

Sophomore Receives Award for Sculpture

Garrett Wilson, Reporter

April 24, 2018


Filed under Features, Most Recent, News, Recent Stories

Sophomore artist Mary Paige Perry was recognized on April 19 at the Leander City Council Meeting for winning the Earth Day Sculpture competition. Her sculpture "The Bear" won her $150 in the contest hosted by Clawson Disposal Systems and the Leander Public Arts Commission. “My strategies for making my ...

CPHS Theatre Department Presents: The Little Mermaid Jr

CPHS Theatre Department Presents: The Little Mermaid Jr

Justin Ballou, Reporter

April 23, 2018


Filed under Clubs and Organizations, News, Top Stories

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


Filed under Clubs and Organizations, CPHS News, News, Top Stories, Uncategorized

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


Filed under Clubs and Organizations, Features, News, Recent Stories, Top Stories

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...

Naviance: What Can It Do?

Naviance: What Can It Do?

Justin Ballou, Reporter

April 16, 2018


Filed under Most Recent, News, Top Stories

Naviance is a website that has many important tools that students can use when in search of colleges. The website is made to be helpful to upperclassmen as they look for the next best step. When on the Naviance website (accessed through the cphs.leanderisd.org website), there are five different tabs at the top of the page to select from: Courses, Colleges, Careers,...

Senior Spring Signing

Senior Spring Signing

Gillian Corona, Reporter

April 13, 2018


Filed under Most Recent, News, Top Stories

This morning, the front hallway was filled with donuts and t-shirts for seniors. Transition coordinator Chriss Hexter, organized Senior Spring Signing on April 13. Seniors who have made a decision of what they are doing for next year stopped by the college and career center outside the counselors o...

SRO Rodriguez to Shave Head for St. Baldrick’s Day

SRO Rodriguez to Shave Head for St. Baldrick’s Day

Perry Jamail, Reporter

March 22, 2018


Filed under Features, News, Recent Stories, Top Stories

On Saturday, March 24, the Cedar Park Police Department and Senior Reporting Officer David Rodriguez will be shaving their heads to raise money for cancer research. This event, known as St. Baldrick’s Day, was originally created by a group of businessmen in Manhattan, but quickly spread throughout ...

‘Funny Girl’ Leads Earn GAHSMTA Nominations

‘Funny Girl’ Leads Earn GAHSMTA Nominations

Justin Ballou, Reporter

March 7, 2018


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

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...

Swim Wins Gold in 200-Yard Freestyle Relay

Swim Wins Gold in 200-Yard Freestyle Relay

Perry Jamail, Reporter

March 5, 2018


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

Standing on the highest podium amongst crowds of people cheering for their victory, junior Vladimir Ivanov and the boys 200-yard freestyle relay team relish their hard-fought victory in the state swimming competition on Saturday, Feb. 17. Overall, the Timberwolves did well in their final swim competiti...

Walk Out, Speak Out

Walk Out, Speak Out

Deana Trautz, Reporter

February 23, 2018


Filed under News, Recent Stories, Top Stories

"Silence the violence, increase the peace." These words were chanted at 3 p.m. by hundreds of marching students in a walkout for gun law reform today. As the clock struck the hour, kids began to pour out from the science building and all areas around, ready to march. After the recent Florida school...

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