The Student News Site of Cape Coral High School

The Seahawk's Eye

The Student News Site of Cape Coral High School

The Seahawk's Eye

The Student News Site of Cape Coral High School

The Seahawk's Eye

One way for students to access their registration forms is through the counseling google classroom.

Course request forms become google forms

Trinity White, Staff Writer May 11, 2020

Schools have been officially closed for the rest of the academic year due to COVID-19. Due to this, Cape Coral High School has moved their class registration online. The new online registration process...

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COVID-19 changes the testing scene

Hankyeol Yang, Copy Editor May 2, 2020

The end of the school year is usually a busy time for any student. However, this year, the coronavirus has caused disruptions to social gatherings, not the least of which is standardized testing. Whether...

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COVID-19: Students adjust to changes

Alexis Klepper, Co-News Editor April 29, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has shuffled the lives of billions of people around the globe. Daily activities like going to school or work, popping into a store, visiting your grandparents, and countless others...

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News-Press Covers the Seahawks Eye

News-Press Covers the Seahawk’s Eye

March 12, 2020

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ABC News Covers Seahawk’s Eye

March 2, 2020

Thank you so much for this coverage ABC7 Southwest Florida! We appreciate you getting our voices out and including us in the commentary on potential school schedule changes.    

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Barrel of Golden Apples: Teachers at Cape High are recognized by the Golden Apple Teacher Recognition Program.

Cape High teachers are the apples of our eye

Isadora Wallace, Opinions Editor February 28, 2020

Every year students in Lee County fill out over 6000 nomination forms to elect their favorite and most dedicated teachers to receive the Golden Apple Award.  This award is presented to teachers who have...

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A Retro Day at the Yacht Club: This image from a postcard shows some families enjoying a day at the pool.

Cape Coral celebrates a semi-centennial

William Pavela, Staff Writer February 28, 2020

2020 is a historical year for the city of Cape Coral and Cape Coral High School. The city celebrates its 50th year, and the school turns 40 years old. The community, initially an uninhabitable swampland,...

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Chalking Up the Block: Sedona Scott and Celine Galang work on their chalk painting, along with Luke Ingraham and won first place.

Chalk Block Contest creates beauty and bonds

Roan Borghi, Past Business Manager February 28, 2020

When people hear about sidewalk chalk, the words typically evoke a quaint, nostalgic reminder of childhood, scenes of stick figure families and late-summer scrawls on driveways. What most people do not...

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Students received their awards during the ceremony.

Students STEM from Cape High to California

Alexis Klepper, News Editor February 28, 2020

This past December, Cape Coral High School hosted its annual science fair. The top three projects later advanced to the Thomas Alva Edison Regional Science Fair. Freshman Angelina Romano, Junior...

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Voices of Cape: Choir students perform for the Fall Showcase.

The voices of Cape prepare for Carnegie

Melanie Pena, Past Editor-in-Chief February 28, 2020

Musicians spend their whole lives awaiting this one moment. Years of assiduous dedication and strenuous effort are what it takes to walk the rouge velvet aisles of the most legendary hall outside of...

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Looking Past the Fire: The impact of the Australia fires can be seen in the number of animals, people, and firefighters lost.

Fires in Australia motivate students to help

Joseph Brady, Copy Editor February 28, 2020

Embers are strewn across the forest floor while a koala nurses its young. The raging inferno is fast approaching; there is little time until it engulfs them, and they will soon share the fate of hundreds...

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Testing Takes a Turn: Elisabet Ortiz studies at the table for the ACT.

ACT announces major changes in testing

Hankyeol Yang, Copy Editor February 28, 2020

By this point in the school year, most high school seniors are awaiting the release of college decisions, and college prep is a fading nightmare of the past. For juniors, the panic associated with standardized...

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