Band is a very popular activity at Coral Springs High School. The Marching Colts have received many accolades over the years and do well in competitions.




Football is a popular game in Coral Springs. The Coral Springs Chargers play their home games at Mullins Park. The goal of the program is to teach boys the basics of football, to encourage sportsmanship and to the teach the value of respecting fellow players, coaches and opponents. Pictured here, the Chargers compete against the Coconut Creek Eagles.



The J.P. Taravella High School Culinary Arts program hosted a group of culinary arts students from France for the past ten days. The students  from Taravella and France worked together for ten days. The studied hospitality and food service together. On Friday night, the students put on a fine dining experience and Dr. Robert Runcie, Superintendent of the Broward County Public Schools enjoyed a dinner they served.


Marching Band is a popular activity at Coral Glades High School. There are 80 students who are involved in band and most love the experience. Pictured here, the band performs at the Swamp Bowl.


High School football is popular in Coral Springs. J.P. Taravella High School defeated Coral Glades High School 20 to 13 to win  the annual Swamp Bowl. This game has become a football tradition in Coral Springs.




Cheerleading is a very popular activity at J.P. Taravella High School. Breya Braziel is the captain of the J.P. Taravella cheerleading team. “I love cheering at the football games. Cheerleading is a fun activity,” she said.



Cheerleading is one of the most popular activities at Coral Glades High School. The team leads cheers at football games and has done well in competitions. Gillian Beard captain of the Coral Glades cheerleading team loves cheerleading and being a part of the team.