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The student news site of Cypress Creek High School

CCHS Press

The student news site of Cypress Creek High School

CCHS Press


During tardy sweeps, students are required to go to the large commons and pass through a metal detector before returning to class.

Caught by the Bell: New tardy policy aims to get students to class

Story by: Sebastian Mar, Staffer February 13, 2024

As the Spring semester kicks off, Cy Creek administration has begun a new tardy sweep policy aimed at raising grades and attendance rates across the school. Students who are in the hallways without a hall...

AFJROTC offers cadets leadership skills, volunteerism, family

Story by: Verne Khan, Staffer January 18, 2024

Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFJROTC) has been a long-standing program at Cy Creek. Each year, cadets step up to show their leadership, tenacity, and camaraderie to lift each other...

Achievement and Animals: FFA members place at Early Bird and Winter Wipeout contests

Story by: Sebastian Mar, Staffer January 18, 2024

Future Farmers of America (FFA) students competed and earned high placements in the Early Bird and Winter Wipeout CDE events over the weekend of Dec. 8. Members presented their animals and flower arrangements...

Bienvenue à Creek: new club explores French language, culture

Story by: Verne Khan, Staffer January 18, 2024

Creek welcomed a new club this year: French Club, sponsored by French teacher Laura Wilton. The club’s mission is to explore French culture. “In my normal French classes, I have a structured curriculum...

ALC East, located at 12508 Windfern Road, is where Creek students are now sent for mandatory 10-day minimum placements for vape and e-cigarette offenses.

HB 114 requires ALC placement for vape and e-cigarette offenses

Story by: Anjum Alam, EIC January 8, 2024

The 88th Texas Legislature passed House Bill 114 (HB 114) in response to growing concerns regarding substance abuse in schools. For Cypress-Fairbanks ISD, the law mandates that any student found in possession...

HOSA blood drive provides valuable donations and knowledge

Story by: Sage Mar, Staffer November 15, 2023

Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) partnered with MD Anderson to host a blood drive Oct. 15 in the Lego Gym where HOSA members could observe as students and staff donated blood. According to...

Theater hosts food drive for kids in need

Story by: Natalia Aguilar, Lucas Gonzales, and Eden Tyson November 15, 2023

The Cy Creek Theater Program hosted a “Trick or Treat So Kids Can Eat” food drive for canned foods and other non-perishable items during the month of October, supervised by Timothy Estelle and Chloe...

Bowling team seeks recruits for upcoming season

Story by: Leilene De Los Santos, Ma'ryah Vinnett, and Jared Noun November 15, 2023

The Bowling team, sponsored by math teacher John Henthorn, recently held tryouts and players this year are striking. The growing program consists of 15 players as of now, but they are seeking new recruits. Senior...

Band and Silvie seniors recognized at Oct. 28 football game

Story by: Julia Trullinger and Amariah Butler November 15, 2023

Senior Band and Silvie students were recognized during halftime at the football game at Pridgeon Stadium Oct. 28. Dozens of senior students that participate in band and Silvies...

Dunk or Treat kicks off boys, girls basketball seasons

Dunk or Treat kicks off boys, girls basketball seasons

Story by: Emily Elvir, Staffer November 15, 2023

The Cypress Creek Cougars boys and girls basketball team kicked off their season with their fifth-annual Dunk or Treat event. The Dunk or Treat event is a way to bring together these players' families,...

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