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Alec Peal is the Real Deal

Alec Peal is the Real Deal

Callie Copeland, Reporter

May 30, 2019


Filed under CPHS News, Humans of CP, Recent Stories, Top Stories

“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 final words to a standing ovation. That character, which was known as Kyle, would later be nom...

Clocking In at Buzzfeed

Clocking In at Buzzfeed

Callie Copeland, Reporter

May 13, 2019


Filed under CPHS News, Humans of CP, Recent Stories, Top Stories

“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 could only come from one website: Buzzfeed. Buzzfeed is a digital media company that creates viral video...

Change is in the Air

Change is in the Air

John Pae, Reporter

November 13, 2018


Filed under CPHS News, News, Recent Stories, Top Stories

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 for the football field and flex labs that are being added to the science building. Assistant...

Callie’s Declassified College Application Survival Guide

Callie’s Declassified College Application Survival Guide

Callie Copeland, Reporter

October 12, 2018


Filed under CPHS News, Opinion, Recent Stories, Student Life, Top Stories

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 on a senior’s computer right now, they would have at least one tab open to Common App or Apply...

The Quiet Shall Speak

The Quiet Shall Speak

Estefani Rios, Reporter

October 3, 2018


Filed under CPHS News, Entertainment, Opinion, Top Stories

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. After a while, it gets both annoying and tiring to answer the same questions, so I am here to tell...

Book Worms Take the Lead

Book Worms Take the Lead

Morgan Kasel, Reporter

September 27, 2018


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

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 school with their very own shelf in the library. The club's vice president, junior Fallyn Moore, said that ...

Rho Kappa Voter Registration Drive: a Success

Rho Kappa Voter Registration Drive: a Success

Callie Copeland, Reporter

September 26, 2018


Filed under Clubs and Organizations, News, Student Life, Top Stories

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 lined up with computers ready to help those registering. Junior Erin Barry said that volunteering at...

That’s Not My Name

That’s Not My Name

Estefani Rios, Reporter

September 14, 2018


Filed under CPHS News, Features, Recent Stories, Top Stories

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 making a face and replying “here” to the wrong name. Senior Vaniya Khan said that her name is the...

Construction Zone Ahead

Construction Zone Ahead

Kaley Johnson, Reporter

September 13, 2018


Filed under CPHS News, News, Recent Stories, Top Stories, Uncategorized

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 have impacts on both present and future students. According to Principal John Sloan, the most imminent change on i...

Students respond to disaster with donations

Natalie Herzig

February 19, 2010


Filed under Uncategorized

     Haiti was recently struck with the country’s most severe earthquake in over 200 years. The epicenter of the quake was just outside the Haitian capital Port-au-Prince and it has been estimated that the death toll in that area could reach over 200,000. The tremor occurred January 12 near the...

Students volunteer in local Miracle League

Addison Neely

February 19, 2010


Filed under Uncategorized

     Most students are required to obtain a certain number of community service hours because of their involvement in various service clubs and organizations. Many of these students are branching out from the normal volunteer opportunities and are participating with Miracle League. This league is...

Students perform professionally

Amanda Weston

December 17, 2009


Filed under Uncategorized

     Cedar Park High School is known for its diverse student body; from band, athletics and cheer, to theatre, choir and dance. But some students interests extend outside the school. They enjoy performing professionally, or as amateurs, for various audiences as dancers, singers, actors or athletes.     ...

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