•             Carla

    • Dr. Carla Hozebin

    Assistant Principal 9th grade

    Dr. Carla C. Hozebin is immensely grateful to have the opportunity to be able to support the students, teachers, staff and community of CCHS. Dr. Hozebin's educational journey began in Connecticut where she earned her degrees at Central Connecticut State University, the University of Bridgeport and Southern Connecticut State University. She loved being a 7th grade Geography teacher and a middle school Assistant Principal in Connecticut prior to becoming an Assistant Principal at CCHS. Dr. Hozebin cannot contain how much school spirit she has and looks forward to another fantastic school year at CCHS. 

             Chipi   

    • Teresita Chipi

    Assistant Principal 10th grade

    Teresita M. Chipi believes that knowledge is power. Cuban born, but one who grew up in South Florida and attended local public schools, this is her 22nd year working with Broward County Public Schools, and her 26th year in education. Ms. Chipi appreciates the value of education, loves learning, is passionate about Math and Chemistry, and enjoys watching a good TV series in her free time. She received a Bachelor of Science in Secondary Math Education with a minor in Chemistry from Nova Southeastern University and earned her Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Barry University. Ms. Chipi is excited to join Cooper City High School this year and to work with the Sophomore class. 

     

               Rob

    • Robert Herzog

    Assistant Principal 11th grade

    Rob Herzog is a proud BCPS K-12 product. GO Braves, Golden Nuggets, Racoons, Raiders, and Trojans! He received his Associate of Arts from Broward Community College, Bachelor of Science from The Florida State University, and a Master of Education from Florida Atlantic University. The 20-21 school will be his 15th year working in the District and 6th year as an Assistant Principal at The Cooper City High School. His greatest accomplishment is and always will be being Daddy to an amazing son. Q: How do you eat an elephant? A: One bite at a time!

            May

    • Kenneth May 

    Assistant Principal 12th grade 

    Kenneth May knows that successful students become successful adults. A true Floridian who grew up in Broward County and attended local schools, this is his 26th year working in Broward County Schools and second at Cooper City High School. He loves math and sports at work and in his free time. He received a Bachelor of Science in Education from Valley City State University in North Dakota and earned his Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership from Florida Atlantic University. Mr. May is excited to work with the senior class this year.