Big Congratulations and a job well done to four Texas High School students. These students placed in four of ten spots in the state. Abby Elliott, Assad Malik, Caden Rainwater, and Peyton Sims are members of the Texas High School Commercial Photography program

Grabbing 4 Out of 10 Spots State Wide

They have all four placed in the top ten in for the state of Texas to be chosen for the Association of Texas Photography Instructors (ATPI) Texas Imagemaker Team.

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How are these students selected?

This prestigious award does not come easily. According to a press release,

ATPI selects the top ten student photographers in the state based on awards received in state, national and international photo contests during the school year. Selected students represent all of the curriculum areas that photography can be taught in Texas. – as an art course, career and technology program, journalism programs and vocational classes.

 

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Texas High is the Only School With Multiple Winners!

And on top of that, Texas High School was the only school to have multiple students named to the team. The Commercial Photography Program is under the direction of teacher Clint Smith.

Big congratulations to each of these students!

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