The John Cooper School: PR National College Decision Day 2024

By: Serena Horvath
| Published 05/15/2024


THE WOODLANDS, TX -- May 1st marked a monumental day for the graduating class of The John Cooper School as they gathered to celebrate National College Decision Day. Amidst laughter, cheers, and a sprinkle of nostalgia, these 114 exceptional individuals bid farewell to their high school journey, repping college tees and sharing stories of their paths From Curiosity to Wisdom.

The diversity and ambition of the Class of 2024 are evident in their college applications, spanning over 200 institutions worldwide. From Canada to the UK and across the USA, these students will embark on exciting journeys to prestigious institutions: National College Decision Day 2024 (

Reflecting on the journey of the Class of 2024, Laura Schroeder, Director of College Counseling, remarked “Although the Class of 2024 members will be heading across the globe to begin their next steps, they know that it’s about the journey, not the destination. After all, the steps in their Cooper journeys—their effort, thought, and leadership—led them to this point, and this work will also be instrumental in their future successes at these colleges and in their life beyond.”

Adding to the excitement of National College Decision Day, the Senior Countdown tradition added an extra layer of nostalgia and camaraderie. Seniors gathered in the Bayless Courtyard, marking the final minute of classes before bidding farewell to their high school days. Watch this recap video on The John Cooper School Youtube:

As The John Cooper School bids farewell to the Class of 2024, The School community extends its heartfelt congratulations and best wishes for their future endeavors. This year’s graduating class leaves behind a legacy of dedication, critical thinking, and leadership, embodying the values instilled by The John Cooper School.

The John Cooper School remains steadfast in its mission 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 lifelong learners.

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