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Cooper Students receive 18 Top Art Awards at Jr. VASE Competition

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THE WOODLANDS – Each of the 11 Middle School student artists from The John Cooper School who entered their work in the Jr. Visual Arts Scholastic Event (VASE), a statewide art competition held at Bryan High School on May 18, received at least one “Superior” rating, the highest awarded. In total, Cooper students came home with 18 Superior ratings from among 160 students who participated.

Two Cooper students were also acknowledged as among 10 overall who were awarded The Platinum Medal of Distinction. Seventh grader Saami Baig received this top honor for “Crumpled Up,” and eighth grader Reva Guinn was awarded with two Platinums, for “New Mexico Road Trip” and “Louie.”

Seventh grader Saami Baig (left) and eighth grader Reva Guinn, both students at The John Cooper School, were awarded Platinum Medals of Distinction by the Jr. Visual Arts Scholastic Event held in Bryan. Baig won the top honor for “Crumpled Up” and Guinn for “New Mexico Road Trip” and “Louie.”
Seventh grader Saami Baig (left) and eighth grader Reva Guinn, both students at The John Cooper School, were awarded Platinum Medals of Distinction by the Jr. Visual Arts Scholastic Event held in Bryan. Baig won the top honor for “Crumpled Up” and Guinn for “New Mexico Road Trip” and “Louie.”

Cooper eighth grade students who were also awarded two Superior ratings each were McKenna Chandler, Flora Johnson and Ellery Nakahara. Seventh graders Elizabeth Askin earned a Superior and Katelyn Eveland was awarded two. Sixth graders Annabelle Boyd and Alexander Sebastian were given Superiors; Therese Kortte, and Sarah Pomasl were each awarded two.

Established in 1988, The John Cooper School is a Pre-k through Grade 12 independent, college preparatory school located in The Woodlands.

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