The John Cooper School: Class of 2024 Commencement Celebrations

By: Serena Horvath
| Published 06/03/2024


THE WOODLANDS, TX -- On the evening before Commencement, The John Cooper School’s annual Senior Tea took place in The Sims Student Center. Senior Tea is a showcase of Senior student creativity and achievement, offering a vibrant showcase of their diverse talents and endeavors. From visual artwork to live piano performances, this event served as the final opportunity for the Class of 2024 to convene together one last time and reflect on their experiences at The John Cooper School.

Friday, May 24th, marked the long-awaited Commencement for the 114 members of The John Cooper School’s Class of 2024 in the Dunlap Gym. From the processional to the song “Pomp and Circumstance,” to graduates walking down the iconic Bayless Bridge after receiving their diplomas, deep-rooted traditions at The John Cooper School Commencement have been around since The School was established in 1988. In addition, 31 Class of 2024 individuals were recognized as Cooper Pioneers, or students who attended The John Cooper School continuously from Kindergarten through 12th Grade. View the Commencement video on The John Cooper School Youtube linked here.

The Class of 2024 graduates will soon be embarking on the next step of their higher education, attending prestigious institutions such as Cornell University, The California Institute of Technology, and The University of Texas at Austin. Read more on where The John Cooper School Class of 2024 will be heading to college here.

From Curiosity to Wisdom, the graduating class has embraced learning and discovery, shaping their intellect and character along the way. The John Cooper School and its community wishes the Class of 2024 all the success, happiness, and fulfillment in your future endeavors. Congratulations graduates of 2024 and best of luck ahead!

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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