Students Receive National Recognition

National Merit & College Board Scholars
The Head of Upper School, Stephen Popp, Ed.D., of The John Cooper School is proud to recognize students who have demonstrated outstanding potential for academic success. 
 
Commended students in the 2022 National Merit Scholarship Program: Olivia Amador, Livia Anderson, Tillie Claggett, Saylor Hark, Noelle Harris, Michael Kubera, Yinzhou Liu, Julian Mathew, Rebecca Melin, Abigail Mendenhall, Laurent Moran, Lucienne Moran, Amber Navarra, Tara Pace, Rushika Prasad, Marielle Sauber, Olivia Sauber, and Vanessa Vaz.   
 
College Board National Recognition Program Scholars: Mary Pierce, Mobis Bassir, Oghenetanure Ewherido, Onese Ewherido, Abigail Monsanto, Flora Johnson, Isabella Brenner, Isabella Ferber, Laurent Moran, Lucienne Moran, Olivia Amador, Owen Gilroy, Roberto Valenzuela, Sofía Mena Padilla, Tamsin Prudencio, Valentina Brazon, and Victoria Davila. 
 
The John Cooper School’s mission is to provide a challenging education in a caring environment to a diverse group of select students, enabling them to become critical and creative thinkers, effective communicators, responsible citizens and leaders, and lifetime learners. 
 
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From Curiosity to Wisdom
The John Cooper School is an independent, non-sectarian, co-educational, college preparatory day school. Our mission is to provide a challenging education in a caring environment to a diverse group of select students, enabling them to become critical and creative thinkers, effective communicators, responsible citizens and leaders, and lifetime learners.

The John Cooper School seeks to attract qualified individuals of diverse backgrounds to its faculty, staff, and student body. The School does not discriminate against any individual in admissions, educational programs, personnel policies, general practices, or employment, on the basis of race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, national or ethnic origin, physical disability, or age.