Cooper Students Recognized As Rotary Club Students of the Year

Eight students from The John Cooper Upper School were recognized as Rotary Club Students of the Year at the May 18 luncheon of Rotary Club of The Woodlands. Students are nominated and selected based on their leadership and involvement in various organizations, both in the community and at school, while displaying a sense of fairness, honesty and integrity. The following students were recognized: Isabel Sands and Preston Hodges (12th Grade), Shilpa Rumalla and T.J. Gill (11th Grade), Cadan Hanson (9th Grade), Christopher McDonald (10th Grade), Aleena Fayaz (9th Grade) and Diva Kohli (10th Grade). Rotarian and Head of The John Cooper School Michael Maher and Interact Club faculty advisors Deb Parks and Jodie Gill attended the luncheon with the student honorees.


Established in 1988, The John Cooper School is a Pre-K through Grade 12 independent, college preparatory school that has a current enrollment of 1,232 students.