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The Student News Site of Cape Coral High School

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The Student News Site of Cape Coral High School

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Path of Man makes history as student ran show

Path of Man makes history as student ran show

Sophia Dupeyron, News Editor September 7, 2022

Chords ring, harmonized with the consistent beat of the drums, and yet the marching band is not playing a piece written by a vague composer. For the first time in history, the marching band of Cape Coral...

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F.A.S.T. testing at Cape High (Corrected)

F.A.S.T. testing at Cape High (Corrected)

AJ Cudnik, Editor-in-Chief August 29, 2022

On Tuesday, August 23rd, Cape Coral High School will be testing nearly 1400 students, shutting down the first part of the school day. Students will be taking part in one of two tests: F.A.S.T. [Florida’s...

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Cape undergoes new changes and policies

Cape undergoes new changes and policies

Renee Bella, Editor-in-Chief August 24, 2022

Cell Phone Policy: A new policy has been placed in Cape Coral High School, requiring students to have their cell phones in their bags that will be placed in a chosen location in each classroom. “I...

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College Board begins digital SAT trials

College Board begins digital SAT trials

Sophia Dupeyron, News Editor August 19, 2022

For many upperclassmen, the SAT marks yet another obstacle in the college admission process. Millions of students across the nation tirelessly study in hopes of reaching their target score. However, in...

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The Seahawk’s Eye wins 18 awards

The Seahawk’s Eye wins 18 awards

May 26, 2022

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Governor Ron DeSantis signs a new bill requiring personal finance credit for incoming 2023-24 high school students

Governor Ron DeSantis signs a new bill requiring personal finance credit for incoming 2023-24 high school students

Renee Bella, Editor-in-Chief May 12, 2022

 The future of Florida education in highschools will now include a financial literacy class for all students. On March 22, 2022, both the House and Senate bill was passed in Florida to make personal finance...

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Prom Dress Up Week Themes:
Day 1 - Anything but a backpack.
Day 2 - Beach Day.
Day 3 - Wear your work uniform
Day 4 - Fairytale

Photo Gallery: Prom Dress Up Days 2022

Lei Garcia, Former Visual Staff May 10, 2022

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Letter to the editor: TOK will be heavily affected by the new schedule

Letter to the editor: TOK will be heavily affected by the new schedule

March 4, 2022

I have read the articles published in the special edition, and wanted to correct some information. There is an hour requirement for TOK. The course must be taught during both junior and senior year,...

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Cape Chorale presents in MPAs

Cape Chorale presents in MPAs

Gianna Treglia, Guest Writer March 1, 2022

Cape Coral High School's choir will soon be participating in the Music Performance Assessments (MPA) on Monday, February 28th and Tuesday, March 1st at Fort Myers High School. MPA events are sponsored...

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Schedules will be changed next school year

Schedules will be changed next school year

Humberto Alejandro Carralero, Former Web Editor March 1, 2022

After multiple years of controversy regarding Lee County District’s decision to switch to a seven period schedule for all Lee County High Schools, the decision to make this change has been finalized....

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Cape High will host a movie night

Cape High will host a movie night

Sophia Dupeyron, News Editor February 9, 2022

Shrek: it’s a movie, it’s a Broadway musical, and since its initial release, it has broken the internet multiple times. However, this time, Shrek is coming to Cape Coral High School.  The Class...

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42 teachers at Cape High have been nominated for the Golden Apple Award

42 teachers at Cape High have been nominated for the Golden Apple Award

Giovanni Ruiz, Guest Writer November 3, 2021

The Golden Apple holds great significance which represents the teacher and the school they teach. At Cape High, 42 teachers have been nominated for the award. “For me, being a principal but also being...

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