CCHS Press

There’s No Place Like Home(coming)

There's No Place Like Home(coming)

Story by: Makayla Berroud, Reporter

October 11, 2019

  High schools celebrate homecoming in order to show school spirit and unite a community. The student body contributes to dress up days throughout the week leading up to the day of the homecoming game. Most students will decorate mums or garters with school colors and wear them the day of the ga...

Best Texas Festivals this Fall

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Story by: Emma Jessen, Reporter

October 29, 2018

The short days, filled with cool, crisp air, joined with orange and yellow leaves, and pumpkin patches all around brings one exciting time of the year that many Texans look forward to - Fall. Fall holds refreshing temperatures, gloomy days and all things pumpkin spice, but also countless festivals an...

Another day, another dub

Another day, another dub

Story by: Ethan Moehle, Assistant Sports Editor

February 13, 2018

On Monday, February 12 the Lady Cougars took on the Lamar Texans in the first round of the UIL Women's State Basketball Playoffs. The Lady Cougars took an early lead with 7-5. At the end of the first quarter, they led 16-9. To cap off a 17-3 run in the second quarter, the Lady Cougars led 33-12. Lamar ...

‘Watt’ a Hero in Houston

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Story by: Justin Sloane, Sports Editor

October 5, 2017

Hurricane Harvey made landfall August 25, 2017 and impacted over 200,000 people throughout the city of Houston. The storm pushed families out of their homes in rescue boats and forced them to relocate to shelters. Following Harvey, Houston face a long recovery situation. While the storm surged over the...

The Red Cross controversy

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Story by: Paloma de la Riva, Opinion Editor

September 28, 2017

The prominent charity the American Red Cross remains the number one relief organization after crises since 1881, working with the federal government to assist the United States Armed Forces and provide generous contributions to multiple worthy causes across the globe. The American Red Cross has face...

The case for student-teacher confidentiality

The Texas senate consists of 31 members, each representing around 800,000 people.

Story by: Abby Akard, Reporter

February 23, 2017

 One of the bills proposed in the ongoing Texas legislature session, Senate Bill 242, a right-to-know bill put forward by Texas Senator Konni Burton (R-Fort Worth), amends a section of Texas law that grants parents access to their student’s public school records, such as attendance, test scores, and...

All magic comes with a cost

All magic comes with a cost

Story by: Libby Sullivan, Editor-in-Chief

November 15, 2016

Once again Marvel has raised the bar in the cinematic universe. With a new, intriguing story line, a complex hero and detailed CGI, Marvel Studios has surpassed all expectations - making Dr. Strange one of the top superhero films of the year. When renowned surgeon Stephen Strange ends up in a car accident,...

Pull the cap on college app

College applications can be stressful, but reporter Mia Pham gives tips on on making it through the school year.

Story by: Mia Pham, Reporter

October 11, 2016

This time of year seniors struggle to keep up with AP classes, jobs and applying to colleges. However, many students do not even know how to apply. For some, the process can appear overwhelming, but as long as they study up on the basics, getting admitted into college should be a breeze. First, stud...

Senior bundle provides seniors new option

U.S. Naval Academy graduates throw their caps in the air during the class of 2013 graduation and commissioning ceremony May 24, 2013, in Annapolis, Md. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Sam Shavers/Released)

Story by: Chloe Crawford, Sports Editor

September 29, 2016

The senior bundle will cost $165, and payments must be paid by December or those with balances will appear on the fees and fines list. The senior bundle provides a cheaper option for seniors interested in buying senior items according to Senior Class Representative Samantha Berry. “Senior year i...

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