The Student News Site of Cypress Creek High School

Howler

Navigate Left
  • A Students Journey of Adaptation and Growth

    Coyote Voices

    A Student’s Journey of Adaptation and Growth

  • The blue hue creates a winter compliment as the CCHS dancers express themselves during the winter showcase at the IPAC.

    Conservatory of the Arts

    Winter Showcase is “Fire on Fire”

  • The glare of the window frames the future for seniors Jacob Valdes, Jhonathan Arias-Aranguibel, David Caine and Lilly Wine as they prepare for their final month on the campus of Cypress Creek High School.

    Creek Culture

    A Senior’s Achilles Heel

  • Standing, thumbs up, and eager to please, freshman Delaney Diehl, freshman McKenzie Deloach, freshman Kaden Fletcher, freshman Noah Rutherford, freshman Isaiah Rivera, and freshman Mia DeVane show their fresh faces and share their fierce opinions. “I would like to see, on our campus, access to culinary arts and woodworking classes,” said DeVane.

    Coyote Voices

    Freshman and the Future of the Education System

  • Students in the Spanish 2 class own their education by coming together as a community to do their assignment.

    Creek Culture

    Navigating the CCHS Spanish Program Without a Permanent Teacher

  • After a long night, the senior players, cheerleaders, and coaches celebrate by hoisting the Powder Puff trophy.

    Creek Runs Deep

    Powder Puff: The Battle of the Grades

  • Senior Gavin Exum rehearsing his visuals as “The Pharoah” for their running competition piece “Immortal.”

    Conservatory of the Arts

    The Pharoah Rises Again

  • The choreographers line up, ready for their press conference.
Left to right: Dance Instructor Zoe Dorony, senior Natalie Moore, senior Faith McCurdy, junior Issay Eyobel, junior Monica Perez, junior Danielle Liberatore, and junior Eugenia Acevedo

    Conservatory of the Arts

    Behind the Curtain: A Choreographer’s Press Conference

  • Carmine the Coyote greeting the families of the students that worked hard to be at Howlabration.

    Coyote Voices

    Carmine’s Significance

  • The calm before the storm at Boddy Manor.  
Left to Right: Mr. Green (Wyatt Washington), Miss Scarlett (Anilem Munoz), Colonel Mustard (David Caine), Professor Plum (Dylan Lauricello), Mrs. Peacock (Arianna Alvarez), Wadsworth (Bryce Coleman), and Mrs. White (Kaylee Hall)

    Conservatory of the Arts

    Clue! On Stage Photo Gallery

Navigate Right
The Student News Site of Cypress Creek High School

Howler

The Life of a Choreographer

Issay+Eyobel%2C+Quinlan+McMahon%2C+and+Trip+Jackson%2C+and+Cannon+Whorton+blew+the+crowd+away+performing+to+%E2%80%9CIt%E2%80%99s+Raining+Men%E2%80%9D+choreographed+by+Faith+McCurdy+and+Natlie+Moore.+
Alaysha Bond
Issay Eyobel, Quinlan McMahon, and Trip Jackson, and Cannon Whorton blew the crowd away performing to “It’s Raining Men” choreographed by Faith McCurdy and Natlie Moore.

Cypress Creek High School offers many different opportunities to be involved in. From arts to sports, there is something for everyone. One program, one of the biggest at CCHS, is Dance. In this program, students have the opportunity to become choreographers, some junior Issay Eyobel is now. Eyobel is a dancer/choreographer for the dance department and has been in the department for three years now. He got into dance because of K-Pop, specifically J-Hope who is a South Korean singer, songwriter, rapper, record producer, and dancer. He describes his dance styles as contemporary with more isolation. Eyobel wanted to join the dance department at Cypress because he wanted a foundation in dance; he likes to dance and perform with people at a higher level than him to give him a challenge.  

Once Issay was at the end of his sophomore year, he decided to audition to be a choreographer. He wanted to be a choreographer because when he joined the dance department in his first year, Eyobel had a choreographer who inspired him to do it. He talked about how cool it was watching him. As a choreographer, Eyobel, loves instructing the new people coming in, starting at the dance department, and watching his pieces on stage.  

A piece of advice that Eyobel has for people that are trying to start dance or wanting to start dance is, “to just learn how your body moves.” He says, “When choreographing new combinations/dances for showcase it is a struggle to get over the mental block.” After he graduates, Issay wants to go to college for dance. After this, he wants to sign with a dance company and be a choreographer. 

Leave a Comment
About the Contributors
Gabriella Leck
Gabriella Leck, Writer/Photographer
Gabriella Leck is a sophomore at CCHS. She joined journalism because she grew up with her sister being a photographer and she got interested in taking pictures. Gabriella is in the Cypress Creek Dance Department and has been dancing for her whole life.
Alaysha Bond
Alaysha Bond, Editor
Alaysha Bond is a junior at Cypress Creek High School. Alaysha joined photojournalism to learn more about photography. Now, she specializes in sports and the Conservatory of the Arts and has an Instagram that showcases her photos for the school's publications and leisure. Her Instagram is @shots_by.alaysha

Comments (0)

Cypress Creek Howler intends for this area to be used to foster healthy, thought-provoking discussion. Comments are expected to adhere to our standards and to be respectful and constructive. As such, we do not permit the use of profanity, foul language, personal attacks, or the use of language that might be interpreted as libelous. Comments are reviewed and must be approved by a moderator to ensure that they meet these standards. Cypress Creek Howler does not allow anonymous comments, and we require a valid email address. The email address will not be displayed, but will be used to confirm your comments.
All Howler Picks Reader Picks Sort: Newest

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *