• Cooper City High School End of the School Year Updates

    Greetings, Cooper City High School Families,

    As we approach the final days of this school year, please take note of the following important reminders and updates:

    • No Backpacks or Bags on Campus, June 3rd- June 10th:
      As a safety precaution, no backpacks or bags will be permitted on school campuses during the last week of school from Monday, June 3rd through Monday, June 10th. A small lunch box is permitted, along with a small bag for personal hygiene products. Safety and Security remain our top priority.  bacpacks
    • Monday and Tuesday are regular school days with classes from 7:40 AM to 2:40 PM
    • Final Exams:
      Underclass final exams will take place from Wednesday, June 5th through Monday, June 10th. These are early release days, with school hours from 7:40 AM to 11:40 AM. Grab-and-Go lunch will be available. You can review the final exam schedule on our website: Click here to view Information on exams exams
    • Final Exempted Exam Sign-out Form:
      2024 Underclassman Final Exempted Exam  Early Sign Out June 5th-10th Students who exempted their final exam(s) and remain on campus will be placed in a study hall until the end of the school day.
    • Textbooks: 
      Students should locate textbooks they need to return before the last day of school to avoid any obligations.
    • Yearbooks:
      Yearbooks have been distributed to students. A very limited quantity is still available for purchase. Please email Ms. Grossman, the yearbook advisor, if you have any questions. 
    • Banquets:
      The Track and Field Banquet is on Monday, June 3rd, at 6:00 PM in the CCHS Café.
      The Soccer Banquet is on Tuesday, June 4th, at 6:00 PM in the CCHS Café.
    • Junior Step Up Day is Tuesday, June 4th - Class of 2025!
    • Football Booster:
      Football Booster Meeting is on Tuesday, June 4th, at 7:00 PM in the Media Center
    • Class of 2024 Graduation:
      We look forward to celebrating our Class of 2024 on Wednesday, June 5th, at 7:00 PM. Congratulations Graduates!
    • Last Day of School:
      The last day of school is June 10th. It is an early release day.
    • We are transitioning to a new Focus Student Information System (SIS), beginning the 2024-2025 school year:
       The Focus Parent Portal account gives families convenient and secure access to their student’s school information, including school grades, attendance, interim reports, report cards, and more, anytime and anywhere. Register for the Focus Parent Portal at browardschools.com/focus
      Focus will replace Pinnacle, Virtual Counselor, PCG (EdPlan), BASIS, and TERMS. It centralizes all applications used by parents into one districtwide system, incorporating attendance, grade book, scheduling, report cards, transportation, and communication. The recorded webinar from the Parent University hosted by the Parent and Community Involvement Task Force and District may be found at https://www.browardschools.com/parentuniversity
    • The First Day of the 2024-2025 school year is Monday, August 12. 

    As we conclude this school year, I want to thank you for your continued support and partnership. It has been a year filled with achievements, growth, and memorable moments. I am incredibly proud of our Cowboy community. I wish you all a safe and wonderful summer break and look forward to welcoming you back on August 12th. Please visit our CCHS website regularly for updates. 

    Warm regards,
    Vera Perkovic
    Principal
    Cooper City High School
    Excellence | Tradition | Pride
    Website: Cooper City High School / Homepage
    X and Instagram: @Principal_CCHS

  • Parent Survey, CCHS Weekly Updates, Testing Information and Tutoring Opportunities

    Dear Cooper City High School Families,

    I hope this email finds you well. As part of our ongoing commitment to improving our educational practices, Broward County School District is conducting a Parent Survey, and we would greatly appreciate your participation. Your feedback is invaluable to us, and your responses will remain anonymous. The survey is available online in English, Spanish, Haitian Creole, and Portuguese. Please take a few moments to complete it by visiting the following link: eProve™ surveys (advanc-ed.org)
    23-24 Customer Survey Parent Flyer.pdf

    Your opinion matters, and we thank you in advance for sharing your thoughts with us.

    Additionally, I would like to keep you informed about the upcoming events and activities at Cooper City High School. Please find enclosed our weekly calendar of events and sports for this week. You can access a comprehensive list of CCHS events on our website: Weekly Calendar and Sports Calendar. We appreciate your ongoing support and encourage you to join us in cheering on our Cowboys!
    calendar

    Our dedicated teachers are diligently preparing our Cowboy Scholars for their upcoming assessments. I appreciate your support in ensuring our scholars attend school daily and are on time for all classes. Please take a moment to review our end-of-year State, AP, AICE Cambridge, and school final exams Testing Calendar, published on our CCHS website: CCHS Master Testing Schedule 2024. We wish the best of luck to our scholars who will be taking exams this week:

    • AICE Cambridge General Paper exam on Thursday, 4/25
    • AICE Marine Science exam on Friday, 4/26
    • AICE Environmental Science exam on Friday, 4/26
    • Additionally, Seniors who were absent from the December administration of the FCLE (and students who did not pass in December) will be taking the Florida Civics Literacy Exam (FCLE) tomorrow, Tuesday, 4/23. Please note that there are no makeup dates for the FCLE. It is given to seniors to obtain a Florida college graduation requirement. If they do not meet it while at CCHS, they will have an opportunity to do so at a Florida college.

    As we enter the end-of-the-year assessment season, I urge you to encourage your scholar to attend all the free extended opportunities our faculty provides. ELOs are being offered to provide additional support in AICE Cambridge courses, AP courses, English, Math, Biology, and US History. These opportunities aim to meet the individual needs of our students. Please review the ELO Flyers for more information, and feel free to contact your scholar’s teacher with any questions. We remain committed to your child's academic success, and we thank you for encouraging their participation in these sessions.
    All Subjects Tutoring and Extended Learning Opportunities
    Math Tutoring and Extended Learning Opportunities
    US History Review Sessions
    Our Saturday Academy continues to support scholars for the FAST PM3, Math EOC, and Biology EOC exams. If your scholar will be attending, please sign up using the QR code on the flyer located on the CCHS website.

    Thank you for your continued support and involvement in our school community. Together, we can ensure the success of our Cowboy Scholars!

    Warm regards,
    Vera Perkovic
    Principal
    Cooper City High School
    Excellence | Tradition | Pride
    Website: Cooper City High School / Homepage
    X and Instagram: @Principal_CCHS

  • Reproductive Health and Disease Prevention Instruction

    Dear Cooper City High School Families,

    Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) will begin providing supplemental instruction in Reproductive Health and Disease Prevention, including instruction in HIV/AIDS, its symptoms, development, treatment, and prevention as a component of health education, on Monday, May 20, 2024.

    BCPS respects the rights of parents and their role in the education of their children. As such, parents can exempt their child from attending this course of instruction. Please take some time to review the lessons online at www.browardschools.com or by visiting the front office of our school.

    The opt-out form has been sent home with your child. Only if you wish for your child to be excused from attending this course, should you complete the form and return it to the school no later than Friday, May 3, 2024. Any child exempted from the lessons will be provided with alternative assignments during the Reproductive Health and Disease Prevention lessons.

    We appreciate your interest and cooperation in the implementation of our comprehensive health education program. If you have any questions, please contact the front office.

    Sincerely,
    Vera Perkovic
    Principal
    Cooper City High School
    Excellence | Tradition | Pride
    Website: Cooper City High School / Homepage
    X and Instagram: @Principal_CCHS

  • Take Your Child to Work Day

    Good afternoon Cowboy Country,

    Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) will observe Take Our Children to Work Day on Thursday, April 25, 2024. This year’s theme is "Inspire 2 Aspire."
    Take Our Children to Work Day” is a District approved field trip and will not be considered an absence when a completed field trip form is returned to the school’s attendance clerk by April 18, 2024. Hard copies of the authorized field trip form is available in the main office and guidance office. A flyer and field trip form is also available on our school website. Students may participate in this field trip by attending a workplace with a parent, guardian, adult relative, or adult family friend.

    The Take Our Children To Work program goes beyond the average practice of “shadowing” an adult. Exposing children to what a parent or mentor does during the work day is important, but showing them the value of their education, helping them discover the power and possibilities of work and family life, providing boys and girls a chance to share how they envision the future, and allowing them to begin steps toward their goals in a hands-on and interactive environment is key to their achieving success. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Calero at fabian.calero@browardschools.com

  • Class of 2025 Senior T-Shirt Sale

    Good morning, Class of 2025 Parents!

    This is Ms. VanDusen, your proud 11th grade assistant principal, reminding you that Class of 2025 senior t-shirts went on sale April 1st. Login to the Estore to purchase a t-shirt for $20 from now until April 7th. We are looking forward to seeing all our 11th grade scholars in their senior t-shirts on June 4th for Step Up Day. Make it a terrific Thursday Junior Families!

    Ms. VanDusen
    11th Grade Assistant Principal
    Cooper City High School

  • BCPS to Launch New Parent Portal for 2024/25 School Year – Learn More at Parent University: Get Focus(ed)! on April 8

    Dear Cooper City High School Families,

    Broward County Public Schools is streamlining the way parents access their students’ information by launching a new parent information portal for the 2024/25 school year.

    I invite you to join District staff and the Parent and Community Involvement Task Force on April 8, at 6:30 p.m., for the new webinar Parent University: Get Focus(ed)!, where you will receive an overview of the new Focus student information system, which will replace Pinnacle and Virtual Counselor. 

    Focus centralizes all applications used by parents into one districtwide system., incorporating attendance, grade book, scheduling, report cards, transportation and communication. 

    Access the Parent University: Get Focus(ed)! webinar on April 8 through this link: https://bit.ly/499XlKE

    Participants will have the opportunity to submit questions through a chat feature at various points throughout the presentation. Closed captioning will be available in various languages.

    For more information about Parent University, visit browardschools.com/parentuniversity

    To learn more about the supports available during the transition to Focus, visit https://www.browardschools.com/focus.

    Translations: 
    Portuguese: Parent University - Focus-PT
    Spanish: Parent University - Focus-SP
    Haitian-Creole: Parent University - Focus-HC

    Sincerely,
    Vera Perkovic
    Principal
    Cooper City High School
    Excellence | Tradition | Pride
    Website: Cooper City High School / Homepage
    X and Instagram: @Principal_CCHS

  • Welcome Back - CCHS Updates - April

    Dear Cooper City High School Families,

    I hope you had a wonderful spring break and enjoyed the time off. With our Cowboy scholars returning to campus, we embark upon the final stretch of this academic year. Together, let's finish the year strong and make the most of the opportunities offered to our scholars here at CCHS. 

    As a gentle reminder, please visit our website weekly for a comprehensive list of updates, Weekly Calendar of events and Sports. Your support is greatly appreciated, and we encourage you to come out and support our Cowboys!Weekly April 1

    sports 4.1

    Here are some important updates and reminders:

    • Parent Survey: Your feedback is invaluable to us. In an effort to improve system practices, Broward County School District is conducting a Parent Survey. We value your opinion and ask that you please take time to complete this survey. Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous. Your honest opinion is appreciated. The surveys will be available online in English, Spanish, Haitian Creole, and Portuguese. Thank you for taking the time to complete the survey: eProve™ surveys (advanc-ed.org)

      23-24 Customer Survey Parent Flyer.pdf

    • We <3 Writing: This Thursday, April 4th, our 9th and 10th-grade scholars will participate in the BEST ELA Writing Assessment for Grades 9 and 10. This is a regular school day, and students will follow their “A” day schedule.
    • Testing Calendar and Extended Learning Opportunities: Our dedicated teachers are diligently preparing our Cowboy scholars for their upcoming assessments. Please take a moment to review our end-of-year State, AP, AICE Cambridge, and school final exams Testing Calendar, published on our CCHS website: CCHS Master Testing Schedule 2024 . 

      I appreciate your support in ensuring our scholars attend school daily and are on time for all classes.
    • Extended Learning Opportunities (ELOs): In preparation for end-of-year assessments, I urge you to encourage your scholar to attend all our free extended opportunities provided by our faculty. ELOs are being offered to provide additional support in AICE Cambridge courses, AP courses, English, Math, Biology, and US History. These opportunities aim to meet the individual needs of our students. Please review the ELO Flyers for more information, and feel free to contact your scholar’s teacher with any questions. We remain committed to your child's academic success, and we thank you for encouraging their participation in these sessions.
      All Subjects Tutoring and Extended Learning Opportunities
      Math Tutoring and Extended Learning Opportunities
      US History Review Sessions
    • Saturday Academy: Our Saturday Academy continues to support scholars for the FAST PM3, Math EOC, and Biology EOC exams. If your scholar will be attending, please sign up using the QR code on the flyer located on the CCHS website. Saturday Academy dates for the remainder of the school year are listed below:
       Saturday
      Saturday, April 6th, April 20th, May 4th and May 18th
    • Scholarship Bulletin: Attention Class of 2024! The April 1st CCHS Scholarship Bulletin is attached. Take a moment to review the opportunities listed and see if you qualify. Remember, scholarships mean free money for college or technical college. If you have any questions, please reach out to our BRACE Advisor, Ms. Siwek, at christine.siwek@browardschools.com. Many scholarships will also be announced at SENIOR AWARDS on Monday, May 13th.
    • College and Career and Life Readiness Toolkit: Do you need information on the paths available after high school? Do you want to get emails for local scholarships? Not sure about the steps to prepare for college? Enroll in our College, Career, & Life Readiness Toolkit! Our toolkit has modules with information on pathways, scholarships, jobs, college readiness, and more. And when you enroll in the canvas page, you'll get weekly emails with scholarship information and upcoming events! Check out our page and enroll here: Enroll in CCLR Toolkit (instructure.com)
    • FOCUS: Broward County Public Schools is launching a new parent information portal for the 2024/25 school year. Join us for the Parent University: Get Focus(ed)! webinar on April 8th at 6:30 p.m. to learn more about this exciting initiative. Access the Parent University: Get Focus(ed)! webinar on April 8 through this link: https://bit.ly/499XlKE Participants will have the opportunity to submit questions through a chat feature at various points throughout the presentation. Closed captioning will be available in Spanish and Portuguese. For more information about Parent University, visit browardschools.com/parentuniversity To learn more about the supports available during the transition to Focus, visit  https://www.browardschools.com/focus.
    • Safety and Security remain our top priority here at Cooper City High School: if you see something, say something. We all play a role in safety here at CCHS as we aim to provide the highest quality education in a safe and secure environment. I want to inform you that yesterday, Monday, 4/1/2024, Cooper City High School administrators partnered with the District’s Safety, Security, and Emergency Preparedness Division (SSEP) and the Special Investigative Unit (SIU) to conduct handheld metal detection screening. Four classrooms were randomly selected for this screening procedure. Our students behaved in an exemplary manner, and I’m proud of how well they represented all Cowboy students, as they played a central role in this important initiative. 
      Rest assured that at no point was there a known threat to the school, its students, or staff today. Please visit the link below to see the District’s Random Handheld Metal Screening Program and its message to all parents, guardians, and caregivers regarding the use of handheld metal detectors in schools: BECON - Eduvision

    Thank you for your continued support and involvement in your child's education. As always, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out.

    Sincerely,
    Vera Perkovic
    Principal
    Cooper City High School
    Excellence | Tradition | Pride
    Website: Cooper City High School / Homepage
    X and Instagram: @Principal_CCHS

  • SAT School Day for Juniors is Wednesday, March 6

    Hello Junior Scholars,

    Wednesday 3/6/24 is SAT School Day for Juniors. Please arrive on time and ready to test. You will report to your 5th period for attendance and testing room assignments. After the conclusion of the test, all scholars will resume their regular schedule.

    Please review the SAT School Day flyer for details and the practice test provided by College Board: Digital SAT sample questions. 

    Find out more about the SAT School Day here: Get Familiar with SAT School Day – SAT Suite | College Board and visit our CCHS website: Cooper City High School / Homepage 

    We wish our Cowboy scholars the best of luck!

    Vera Perkovic
    Principal

    Cooper City High SchoolExcellence|Tradition|Pride
    Home of the Cowboys
    Website: Cooper City High School / Homepage
    Twitter: @Principal_CCHS

  • College and Career Fair Invitation for Cooper City High School Families, Feb. 27.2024

    College & Career Fair at Cooper City High School

    College and Career Fair

    Dear Cooper City High School Families,

    We are thrilled to invite you to the College and Career Fair hosted by Cooper City High School on Tuesday, February 27th, starting at 6:00 PM. This event is open to all CCHS students and their families, and we anticipate an informative evening for all who attend. It's never too early or too late to start thinking about post-high school plans. With over 70 colleges, universities, technical colleges, and career opportunities represented, there will be plenty of valuable information to explore regarding programs, admissions processes, and other essential details.

    Here's what you can expect at the fair:
    In the Cafeteria, browse 70 colleges, universities, technical colleges & career opportunities to learn about their programs, admissions, and other important information.   

    In the Auditorium, families are invited to attend informative seminars on College Admissions Planning, Financial Aid & Scholarships, College Admissions for Florida Public Universities, and College Admission Exams. 

    College & Career Fair attendees will experience various topics that will educate and resonate with students of all backgrounds and abilities.  

    Information Session Schedule - Auditorium 
    College Admissions Planning: Feeling stressed or confused about the college search and application process? This interactive session will cover all the important basics, including how schools make their selections, how to create a great college list, academic and extracurricular strategies, essay writing, and more.

    Financial Aid & Scholarships: What is the FAFSA and how do colleges and universities use it to award students?  Learn the criteria for Florida Bright Futures Scholarships and how to find other scholarship opportunities. 

    College Admissions for Florida Public Universities: Learn the requirements for entering a Florida Public University within our State University System. Learn how competitive they can be and what students can do to receive a favorable decision from one or more of Florida’s Public 4-year universities. 

    College Admission Exams: Learn about Standardized Tests, such as the PSAT, SAT, and ACT.  Learn how PSAT and the National Merit Programs work, and also discuss the pros and cons of the SAT vs. the ACT. 

    Resources for ESE Families in Media Center Meet Broward County agencies and resources available to transition to life after high school. 

    College Planning for ESOL Families in Media Center Presentations and resources in Spanish to help families plan for college, including post-secondary opportunities and the college & financial aid process.   

    CCHS School Counseling in Cafeteria Come pick up free resources on Graduation Requirements, Bright Futures Scholarships, Xello, and other related subjects. Our CCHS Guidance Team is available for all your questions.   

    Attending Institutions: 

    Art Plumbing, AC & Electric Apprenticeships
    Bingingham University
    Boston University
    Broward College
    Broward Sheriff’s Office HR
    BSO-Fire Rescue & Emergency Services
    Edward Waters University
    Emmanuel College|
    Fairfield University
    FL Department of Corrections
    FL Department of Juvenile Justice 
    Florida A & M Univeristy
    Florida Army National Guard
    Florida Atlantic University
    Florida Gulf Coast University
    Florida Institute of Technology
    Florida International University
    Florida Memorial University
    Florida Polytechnic University
    Florida Southern College
    Florida State University
    Horatio Alger Scholarships
    Husson University
    Johnson & Wales University-Providence
    Keiser University, Pembroke Pines
    Lees-McRae College
    Louisiana State University
    Lynn University
    Massachusetts College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences
    New York Film Academy
    Nova Southeastern University
    Ohio State University -Main Campus
    Paul Mitchell - Fort Lauderdale
    Pennsylvania State University
    Publix Super Markets
    Rollins College
    Savannah College of Art & Design
    Seton Hall University
    Sheridan Technical College
    Simmons University
    St. John’s University – New York
    St. Thomas University
    Suffolk University
    Temple University
    United States Army
    United States Marines
    US Military Academy at West Point
    The University of Alabama
    University of Alabama at Birmingham
    University at Albany, SUNY
    University of Central Florida
    University of Chicago
    University of Florida
    University of Fort Lauderdale
    University of Maryland-College Park
    University of Massachusetts-Amherst
    University of Miami
    University of North Florida
    University of Pittsburgh
    University of South Florida
    University of Toledo
    The University of West Florida
    Valdosta State University
    Vanderbilt University
    Wilkes Honors College of FAU
    William McFatter Technical College
     And more…

    We look forward to seeing you tomorrow!

    Vera Perkovic
    Principal
    Cooper City High SchoolExcellence|Tradition|Pride
    Home of the Cowboys
    Website: Cooper City High School / Homepage
    Twitter: @Principal_CCHS

     

  • Important Updates and Events from Cooper City High School, February 26, 2024

    Greetings, Cooper City High School Families,

    This week, we are celebrating College Week at Cooper City High School. Our BRACE Advisor has curated a series of activities to engage our scholars in exploring their post-secondary interests and options. Tomorrow evening, February 27th, at 6:00 PM, we invite all scholars and families to join us for College and Career Night at Cooper City HS. This event will feature over 70 Colleges, Universities, Military, and Technical Colleges, providing important information on programs, scholarships, admissions requirements, and more. This is a fantastic opportunity to start planning their academic and career path, so don't miss out! We look forward to all scholars and families joining us tomorrow!

    Testing Calendar and Extended Learning Opportunities: As we navigate through the 3rd quarter, our Cowboy scholars are diligently preparing for their upcoming assessments. Please take a moment to review our end-of-year State, AP, AICE Cambridge, and school final exams Testing Calendar, published on our CCHS website: CCHS Master Testing Schedule 2024 . I appreciate your support in ensuring our scholars attend school daily and are on time for all classes.
    We remain committed to your child's academic success and offer FREE after-school Extended Learning Opportunities and Tutoring covering various subjects, including AICE Cambridge courses, AP courses, English, Math, Biology, and US History. Your child's academic growth is our priority, and we thank you for encouraging their participation in these sessions.

    School Advisory Council Meeting: Our School Advisory Council (SAC) is crucial in guiding school-wide decision-making processes related to school improvement and program adoption. We cordially invite all stakeholders to our SAC meeting on February 27th at 3:00 PM in the media center. Your input and engagement are highly valued as we work together to enhance our school community.

    Theater Production: It’s SHOW WEEK here at the Coop! Gather your family and friends and step into old New York with us for a whopping good time with the cast & crew of GUYS AND DOLLS, presented by Ms. Terl and our amazing  CCHS Thespians! Hailed as the perfect musical comedy, this award-winning classic gambles with luck and love under the bright lights of Broadway and runs right here on the CCHS stage this week only from Thursday, Feb 29 through Saturday, March 2 at 7 pm, with a Saturday matinee at 1 pm. Tickets are $10 for students & $15 for adults - available only on gofan. Catch it while you can! https://gofan.co/app/school/FL7609?activity=Performing%20Arts

    News from School Counseling & BRACE:

    • Cooper City High School presents the College & Career Fair onTuesday, February 27th, 2024, starting at 6:00 PM. Browse over 70 Colleges, Universities, Military, and Technical Colleges to learn about their programs, scholarships, admissions requirements, and other important information. 
    • Join us for a Virtual College Fair with opportunities for students to “visit” with representatives from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU). The post-secondary institutions listed on the flyer will be participating and more will be added as we receive confirmation of their participation (Flyer attached) Join us for this virtual fair on Tuesday, March 5, 2024:   virtualcollegefairHBCU2024
    • Say Hello to XELLO: Students can access Xello through their single sign-on Clever – it is a one-stop shop for college, career, and future planning. More than any other program, Xello helps middle and high school students of all backgrounds, abilities, and aspirations become future-ready. This platform, accessible to all students through Clever, will be a one-stop-shop for everything college, career, scholarships, and future-planning readiness! School Counseling / Hello Xello (browardschools.com)

    Senior Events and Updates: To our seniors and their families, please take note of important updates regarding prom forms, yard sign sales, volunteer service hours, scholarship opportunities, and more as we celebrate this significant milestone together.

    • Senior Class parents, celebrate your graduate with a 'CCHS Graduate Lives Here' Yard sign designed and sold by the Junior class officers. Sales will be held through the e-Store 3/4-3/17 for only $20. Signs for Cooper City residents will be delivered by the Junior Class Officers.Senior Class Yard Signs for Class of 2024 
      Yard Sign
    • Prom Forms and Tickets information was posted to the Senior Canvas page.
    • BRACE Updates for the Class of 2024
      • If you haven't submitted your 40 volunteer service hours, do so ASAP.
      • Check the scholarship bulletin and Ms. Siwek's office often...there are many different scholarships available for college or technical schools. Be sure to see which ones have requirements that you meet. Attached is the February 15th CCHS Scholarship Bulletin. Check to see if you fit the criteria of each opportunity listed, and if it's a fit, apply before the deadline date. Criteria is subjective, and organizations can be looking for anything...good grades, community service or just an excellent essay.  Since scholarship opportunities are deadline date-sensitive, be sure to leave yourself enough time to complete an application before the deadline. Scholarships = FREE Money for college or technical college. Many Scholarships will be announced at SENIOR AWARDS on Monday, May 13th!
      • Academic Signing Day/ Decision Day is Friday, May 3rd.

    Yearbook sales – please visit our e-Store to make a purchase before the deadline. 

    Celebrating Our Cowboys: Congratulations to our Cowboy scholars for their achievements in sports, arts, academics, and community service. Their dedication and hard work inspire us all.

    • SPORTS: In sports, we wrapped up the Winter season with State Qualifiers in Comp Cheer, District Champions in Soccer, two District Champs, and 5 regional qualifiers in wrestling. Spring sports are starting back up. We look forward to a great season and invite you to come out and support our Cowboys in Baseball, Softball, Flag Football, Lacrosse, Track, Tennis, Waterpolo and Boys volleyball. The weekly sports calendar is published on our website.
      Sports week of 2.26
    • DEBATE: Congratulations to our qualifiers for the State and National Speech and Debate tournament in Lincoln Douglas! We wish them the best of luck at their upcoming competitions.
    • SILVER KNIGHT NOMINEES: Cooper City High School is proud to be represented in 12 categories by our talented and compassionate leaders! We are very proud of our Cowboy Scholars and look forward to celebrating them at the 66th Annual Silver Knight Awards Ceremony on Wednesday, May 22, 2024, at 7:00 PM at the James L. Knight Center.
    • BAND: Our Sound of Pride Band participated in the FBA District Solo and Ensemble MPA and received 25 Superior ratings and 2 Excellent Ratings! Congratulations on an outstanding performance!
    • CHORUS: Congratulations to our CCH Chorus students on an amazing performance last week as part of the All-County Broward Honor Choir, where they earned an extended standing ovation for their magical performance.

    District-wide Parent Night - Dangers of Edibles: Please join us on Tuesday, 3/5, at 6:00 PM at Plantation High School for a District-wide family night focused on educating parents, students, and the greater community on the dangers of edibles. Learn from the experts about the risk of candy-like products containing illegal substances. The Broward Sheriff's Office will lead the presentation. Livestream: becon.tv/bso

    Safety and Security remain our top priority here at Cooper City High School. As always, at Cooper City High School, safety and security remain our top priority: if you See Something, Say Something. We all play a role in safety here at CCHS as we aim to provide the highest quality education in a safe and secure environment. Help identify at-risk individuals BEFORE they hurt themselves or others by reporting threats, harassing behaviors, illegal activity, etc. Please provide as much information as possible, especially location, date, and time. The more information you provide, the better we, along with the District staff, can respond to your concern: https://www.browardschools.com/Anonymous-Tips

    Help is here: BECON - Eduvision Students, see bullying or hear a threat? Your voice has power! Speak up to a trusted adult and be the change. Together, we can make our schools safer for everyone. Watch this video to see how your courage can make a difference.

    Suicide Prevention -Documents attached: The district has shared important new resources. Please review all attachments. 

    Please visit our website for a comprehensive list of our Weekly Calendar of events and Sports. Your support is greatly appreciated, and we encourage you to come out and support our Cowboys!

    Weekly Calendar

    Upcoming Dates: Finally, mark your calendars for important upcoming dates, including the Last Day of Quarter Three, Spring Break, and the start of the Fourth Quarter:
    March 21- Last Day of Quarter Three and Early Release (12:40 p.m. dismissal time)March 22- Teacher Planning (No School for Students)March 25-29 Spring Break
    April 1 - First Day Back from Spring Break and Start of 4th Quarter
    April 2 – AICE/AP Awards Night
    April 12 – Grad Bash

    As always, please don't hesitate to contact us with any questions. Thank you for your partnership. 

    Sincerely,Vera PerkovicPrincipalCooper City High SchoolExcellence| Tradition | PrideFollow us on Twitter: @Principal_CCHS Website: Cooper City High School / Homepage (browardschools.com)

  • This Week at Cooper City HS - Important Updates and Events: February 5th,2024

    Dear Cooper City High School Parents and Guardians,

    I hope this message finds you well. Here are the latest updates and events happening at Cooper City High School for the upcoming week:

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    It is National School Counseling Week!
    This week, we are proud to celebrate National School Counseling Week and recognize the invaluable work and dedication of our Cooper City High School counselors. They play a crucial role in guiding our students through their educational journey. From offering guidance on educational choices to providing valuable mental health assistance, the work of school counselors is multifaceted as they work to ensure students’ well-being and success. As trained mental health professionals, school counselors strive to build safe, positive, and trusting relationships with their students. Let's take a moment to appreciate their efforts in ensuring our students' well-being and success.

    PTSA Meeting:
    Join us for our PTSA meeting tomorrow night at 6:00 PM in the Media Center. Your involvement and support are greatly appreciated. Cooper City High School merchandise is available for purchase, and all proceeds benefit our school. Visit the link provided to place your order: https://coopercityhsptsa.memberhub.com/store?limit=21&live=true

    Cooper City Zone Parent Night:
    We invite all Cooper City parents to join us for the K-12 Curriculum Night on Wednesday, February 7th, at 6:00 PM at Cooper City High School. This collaborative event will include important updates on curriculum and courses, as well as valuable information about upcoming math and reading State assessments. We look forward to your participation.IZONE MEETING flyer.

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    Youth Leadership Broward
    Youth Leadership Broward (YLB), a program of Leadership Broward Foundation (LBF), is a nine-month program that provides an opportunity for students to gain real-life experiences through interactions with community leaders from businesses, government agencies, and civic organizations; develop essential leadership skills such as team building, conflict resolution, time management, public speaking and goal setting; and impact the community through an ongoing service project throughout the year. Each year, fifty-five current high school sophomores from across Broward County are selected to participate in this program during their junior year. We would love to have Cooper City High School student leaders participate. All interested students should complete the application: Youth Leadership Broward - Leadership Broward Foundation  Scholarships for students in financial need and other resources available.
     
    College and Career Fair
    Save the date: Cooper City High School presents the College & Career Fair on Tuesday, February 27th, 2024, starting at 6:00 PM. Browse over 70 Colleges, Universities, Military, and Technical Colleges to learn about their programs, scholarships, admissions requirements, and other important information: College & Career Fair. Don't miss this chance to plan your academic and career path.
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    SAT/ACT Prep at Southwest Regional Library:
    Registration is now open for SAT/ACT prep sessions at Southwest Regional Library, designed for 10th-12th graders preparing for the March SAT. Space is limited, so make sure to sign up soon. More details are available in the attached flyer and on the library's website. https://www.broward.org/LIBRARY/EVENTS/Pages/default.aspx
    Flyer: FY24 SWR SAT.ACT Flyer.pdf

    Academic Support:
    We are dedicated to your child's success. That's why we offer FREE after-school Extended Learning Opportunities and Tutoring, covering a range of subjects, including Math, Biology, AICE, and US History. Your student's academic growth is our priority. Please encourage your student to attend and ensure they bring a signed permission form. Here is the schedule :

    Yearbook sales – please visit our e-Store to make a purchase

    For a comprehensive list of our Weekly Calendar of events and Sports, please visit our website. Your support is greatly appreciated, and we encourage you to come out and support our Cowboys!

    If you have any questions or need further information about any of the information shared, please don't hesitate to contact us.

    Sincerely,
    Vera PerkovicPrincipalCooper City High SchoolExcellence| Tradition | PrideFollow us on Twitter: @Principal_CCHS Website: Cooper City High School / Homepage (browardschools.com)

     

  • What is AP Potential?

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    Hello Cowboy Scholars,

    AP Potential is based on research that uses your performance within specific sections of PSAT-related assessments or the SAT to predict which AP courses you would likely succeed in. 

    Your SAT Suite of Assessments Score Report displays AP courses for which you have potential. 

    How to Access AP Potential?

    1. Log in to the online score reporting portal. 
    2. Open a score report. 
      • Open your SAT, PSAT/NMSQT, PSAT 10, or PSAT 8/9 score report. 
    3. Go to the very bottom of the report under Next Steps. Click Get Your Personalized AP Course Recommendations. 
      • The table shows the AP courses you might do well in based on your test scores. 
      • You’ll also see which of the courses are offered in your school. They’re indicated with a check mark. 
      • An X will appear next to any course you’ve already taken, or that isn’t offered at your school. 
      • If you select a college major from the menu, you can also view whether each AP course is relevant to that major. 

    Please visit the link to the 2024-2025 course selection resources on our website: Academic Pathways / Core Courses and Resources

    If you have any questions, please reach out to Ms. Megna, our AP Coordinator.

    Sincerely,

    Vera Perkovic
    Principal
    Cooper City High School
    Excellence|Tradition|Pride
    Home of the Cowboys
    P: (754) 323-0200 F: (754) 323-0330
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