Cooper students named as National Hispanic Recognition Program award recipients
Four seniors from the John Cooper School have been honored by the 2012-2013 National Hispanic Recognition Program.
Students who received the national recognition are Jacob Brown, Victoria Rodriguez and Carly Stalder. All earned scholar recognition. Cooper senior Marc Forestier was also given an honorable mention by the organization.
Established in 1983, the National Hispanic Recognition Program is a college board program that provides national recognition of academic achievements of Hispanic/Latino high school seniors and identifies them for postsecondary institutions, according to a press release. To be eligible, students must be at least one-quarter Hispanic/Latino, meet the minimum PSAT cutoff score by state and achieve a minimum GPA requirement.
Five thousand students were selected for recognition as scholars or honorable mention finalists from among more than 253,000 students nationwide.
The John Cooper School is an independent, nonsectarian, college preparatory day school located in The Woodlands.
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