By Makenly Gillin
Earlier this year, Derrick Walker became the Director of Fine Arts for Cedar Hill Independent School District. He has been in Cedar Hill ISD for six years.
"When I was young I remember going up to a teacher and telling her I wanted to be band director,” Walker said.
The Cedar Hill High School Football Team will make history next week when it becomes one of the first two football teams to play a game at Globe Life Field (GLF) in Arlington.
The Longhorns (4-2, 3-0) will face Duncanville (4-1, 3-0) in the venue’s inaugural game at 7:30 p.m. next Friday (October 22). Cedar Hill is designated as the home team. Parking lots will open at 6 p.m. and the entrances will open at 6:30 p.m.
By Nicolas Hernandez - Cedar Hill HS Senior
Prior to last Friday’s homecoming game against Waxahachie. both the Cedar Hill High School (CHHS) and Cedar Hill Collegiate High School (CHCHS) named their homecoming court for 2021.
None of the winners were new to the feeling of being in front of the Longhorn faithful at Longhorn Stadium.
Dan Grunfeld said he’s probably the first professional athlete to ever ask his grandmother permission to sign a contract with a team.
After graduating from Stanford University in 2006, Grunfeld’s agent shared an opportunity with him about playing for Baskets Oldenburg, a professional basketball team based in northwest Germany.
The Cedar Hill High School Football Team earned a 14-10 victory over Waxahachie on Homecoming Night after trailing for much of the evening on Friday at Longhorn Stadium.
Longhorn Next Chapter
Kirk Lockhart said the Advanced Placement classes he completed at Cedar Hill prepared him for academics at Rice University in Houston, one of the premier academic universities in the United States.
Nick Howell has one of the toughest jobs in America this week.
The University of Virginia Defensive Coordinator must find a way to keep University of Miami redshirt junior wide receiver Charleston Rambo from burning the Cavaliers secondary on Thursday night.
Maria Rodriguez Ontiveros, the Collegiate High School Class of 2016 Salutatorian, wants to give back to the community by working with a non-profit.
While Rodriguez Ontiveros plans her next steps, she is working as a Data Clerk at High Pointe Elementary – the elementary campus she graduated from a decade ago .
U.S. Army Retired Captain Alexander Stodola is only 32 years old, but the Cedar Hill High School Class of 2007 Graduate has accomplished a great deal during those three decades.
He graduated among the top 10 scholars at CHHS, enrolled at the United States Military Academy at West Point and graduated in the top third of his class there. He served eight years as a commissioned officer in the Army, including a tour as a platoon leader in Afghanistan.
When Cedar Hill High School Class of 2007 Graduate Jessi Cardoso thinks about Cedar Hill ISD’s commitment to Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), he’s ecstatic.
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