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The student newspaper and broadcast of Cedar Park High School

The Wolfpack

The student newspaper and broadcast of Cedar Park High School

The Wolfpack

Beaming with delight, members of YoungLife flaunt their color-stained faces after participating in the Color War, held on Aug. 30. This color war is one of the many events that YoungLife holds in order to encourage everyone to come to their gatherings. “They want to gather high schoolers from Vista Ridge and Cedar Park, no matter what they believe in, to come together as a community,” freshman Emery Taylor said. “[They want us to] have just like an hour or two to hang out and just talk about what matters to them.”

Mondays Are For YoungLife

Isa Morgan, Reporter October 27, 2021

Originally created as a way to get teenagers engaged in traditional church programs in the late 1930s, according to the website, YoungLife has evolved over the years to a club to help teenagers feel like...

New Foreign Exchange Students at CPHS

Amelia Kaza, Reporter September 25, 2019

With many possible reasons of being an exchange student that interests people, the main one is experiencing a different culture other than their own. Cedar Park High School is very different than most...

New School Updates Aim To Improve Safety

Conner Smith, Reporter September 16, 2019

Last year, the construction around campus was an unmistakable staple of our school that we greeted everyday, and it’s finally coming to a close this year. The addition to the science building is being...

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...

Senior Sydney Polishook stands with former student Rahul Kothari, who helped get her a spot at New Yorks Buzzfeed headquarters for COOL Week in February. “I would say to anyone considering COOL Week to do it,” Polishook said. “It’s an amazing opportunity to go to job sites and get your name out there. [COOL week] is the perfect opportunity to get your name in people’s heads for the future.”

Clocking In at Buzzfeed

Callie Copeland, Reporter May 13, 2019

“Spend All Of Your Money At Urban Outfitters And We'll Reveal Which Ariana Grande Song Matches Your Personality.” “How Do Your Girl Scout Cookie Opinions Compare To Others?” These questions...

The construction zone ranges from the athletic complex to the science building.

Change is in the Air

John Pae, Reporter November 13, 2018

Change is in the air as there are new construction plans en route to improve the student environment and offer new opportunities. As the construction begins, students and faculty can expect more bleachers...

Callie’s Declassified College Application Survival Guide

Callie’s Declassified College Application Survival Guide

Callie Copeland, Reporter October 12, 2018

As I have walked around the halls, sat in classrooms and talked to my classmates, I have noticed that the seniors have one thing on their minds: college applications. I’d be willing to bet if you looked...

If you can take away anything from this let it be that although we may classify ourselves as introverts, we still like to be included. Being introverted is not a disease, and it does not define a person.

The Quiet Shall Speak

Estefani Rios, Reporter October 3, 2018

As an introvert, there are certain questions that always seem slither their way into my conversations. Some are people asking why I’m quiet, and others question why my voice is soft when I do speak up....

Book Worms Take the Lead

Book Worms Take the Lead

Morgan Kasel, Reporter September 27, 2018

After an addition of over 20 new members, this year in Book Club could be one for the books. Apart from meeting new book lovers, this year's members get to share their favorite books with the whole...

Volunteers lined up with computers to help with Rho Kappas annual voter registration drive. These volunteers were able to register an estimated 60 new voters.It is so important for seniors to register to vote, because it shows [Americas] true democracy, Rho Kappa President, senior Alyssa Fielding said.

Rho Kappa Voter Registration Drive: a Success

Callie Copeland, Reporter September 26, 2018

In the spirit of National Voter Registration Day, Rho Kappa hosted their annual voting drive on Tuesday and registered an estimated 60 students. With their tables situated in the courtyard, volunteers...

Thats Not My Name

That’s Not My Name

Estefani Rios, Reporter September 14, 2018

Throughout the 20 days that school has been in session, attendance has been taken about 80 times. During this time, some names that were called have been mispronounced, possibly resulting in students...

Construction Zone Ahead

Construction Zone Ahead

Kaley Johnson, Reporter September 13, 2018

The future of the school is en route for change as remodeling and renovations on structures like locker rooms and science labs begin. While this process will be going on for the next few years, it will...

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