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Senior Alec Peal participates in Cedar Parks drumline. “I would say [drumline] is the part of the marching band that brings it all together,” Peal said. Every section of the band is important and we all have our own role. Drumline’s role is to keep the time and keep the show going; it’s definitely an integral part of the marching band.” Peal plans to move to Utah to work with the Timpview High School drumline as a drum tech during college.

Alec Peal is the Real Deal

Callie Copeland, Reporter May 30, 2019

“Do me a favor and have yourself a super night.” Each night as the curtains closed on Cedar Park Theatre’s "Legally Blonde," one character, dressed in tiny brown shorts and a UPS shirt, said these...

Natalie Herzig Senior Column

Natalie Herzig May 20, 2010

     As I enter my freshman year as a theatre student at NYU, I realize that my resumé was an important part of my admission decision. My resumé stated my credentials as an actress, what plays I...

Clay Beverly Senior Column

Clay Beverly May 20, 2010

     Twenty years from now as I relax on my plush bearskin throne before a roaring fire, adorned in my velour sitting robe and fez cap, I wonder if I’ll remember high school at all. I wonder if,...

Amanda Hatheway Senior Column

Amanda Hathaway May 20, 2010

Senior Year Bucket List Pass calculus Have a job Skip a class Go to the 360 Overlook Make All-State Learn how to be profound Take senior pictures Buy a lotto ticket Have an...

Addison Neely Senior Column

Addison Neely May 20, 2010

     The fact that I am a senior allows me to dispense philosophical advice to my fellow underclassmen, but honestly I have the maturity level of a 12 year old so my “advice” might be a little...

Kelly Gallagher Senior Column

Kelly Gallagher May 20, 2010

     High school is defined in the dictionary as a school attended after elementary school or junior high school and usually consisting of grades 9 or 10 through 12, that’s a pretty simple definition...

Zoe Roush Senior Column

Zoe Roush May 20, 2010

     I hope that I have left my mark on Cedar Park High. These past two years here have been amazing for me. I’ve never had so much fun, cried over the stupidest things, and laughed so hard. The...

Amberly Tabor Senior Column

Amberly Tabor May 20, 2010

     I didn’t know what to expect when I walked into high school for the first time as a freshman. I remember seeing a senior for the first time and thinking that they were some kind of untouchable...

Ashley Hughes Senior Column

Ashley Hughes May 20, 2010

     Hoping it was slightly better than middle school, I entered this strange new place as a freshman. High school seemed to hold all kinds of new opportunities. I would have more elective choices,...

Mercedes Ordonez Senior Column

Mercedes Ordonez May 20, 2010

     Apparently, we’re supposed to learn things in high school. Yet I can barely remember any of my Pre-Calculus or Biology lessons. I do remember, however, the life lessons – the things that I’ll...

Laura Sirrianni Senior Column

Laura Sirrianni May 20, 2010

     In the summer of 2006, the summer before my freshmen year, I imagined that the transition from middle school to high school would be like The Lizzie McGuire Movie. I wanted to experience new things,...

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