You’re passion is filming, Broadcasting, or Video Editing, then Joining KCBY will be the best option at Coppell High School.
KCBY is an elective that the students at Coppell High School can take if they’re interested in becoming a news broadcaster, a video editor; for movies, short film, news, and sports, or those who enjoy filming. It’s a great career starter if that’s what you’re interested in.
KCBY is an organization led by the students at Coppell High School. Their mission is to serve, inform, and entertain the community of Coppell. The organization is built upon mastering communications and is constantly learning how to relay information to an audience through different ways.
KCBY and the Coppell High School newspaper The Sidekick work together to serve interesting and fun topics for the students. This is a great way for both or the organization to learn how to work with others around them.
The class works on news broadcasts, and they have three types of forms they include in their weekly shows. They have the sports news; where they go and watch the games of CHS, whether it’s basketball, soccer, or softball, the KCBY staff is always there to tell a story.
Special features are when they do a segment of the weather. They also talk about things that are going on around the school like events that are ahead.
The students have a special project every six weeks, and that’s where they have main topic to report, film and broadcast.
Joining KCBY will help the students in many ways for their future. It will help them prepare for their possible future career, and if you don’t want to further your career in film, broadcasting, or video editing, then it’s a great hobby to have and it’s enjoyable.
“I want to join KCBY because it’s a chance for me to prepare for my future career,” EMAC sophomore Sydney Williams said. “I also want to join KCBY because it seems like a good experience because I wanted to join a organization in high school and my choice was KCBY.”
Many students just want something to do or need a good organization to be in during school for college or such, and there are many options. But if you truly are interested in media base of film, then the best choice at Coppell High School would be KCBY.
EMAC sophomore Regan Sullivan, who is currently a KCBY staff member, loves anything that has to do film, and chose KCBY because it’s what she loves to do. She went with something that interested her, and that can give her a boost in her future career.
“Because I love film, and I want to be in the industry when I’m older,” sophomore Regan Sullivan said. “I want to edit music videos, and films, and I want to direct, and Steven Spielberg is my idol.”