Texas High School Students Awarded Texas Music Scholars

Students from Texas High School were honored as Texas Music Scholars at a ceremony on May 6.
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Students from Texas High School were honored as Texas Music Scholars at a ceremony on May 6. The nine students selected for this prestigious recognition are:

– Isabel Castaneda, 12th Grade, Bb Clarinet

– Francisco Jinez, 10th Grade, Cornet/Trumpet

– Reina Lenior, 12th Grade, Bass Clarinet

– Ryker Meadows, 11th Grade, Bassoon

– Hayden Simon, 11th Grade, Alto Saxophone

– Jessie Garren, 12th Grade, Percussion

– Jacob Lauck, 10th Grade, Bb Clarinet

– Hope Lockett, 12th Grade, Alto Saxophone

– Robinson Sangali, 12th Grade, Cornet/Trumpet

 

These students were nominated by their director, Arnie Lawson, and the award is presented by the Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA). The TMEA sponsors the Texas All-State Bands, Orchestras, and Choirs, and the Texas Music Scholars award is given to students who have demonstrated exceptional scholastic merit, musicianship, and citizenship during the 2023-2024 school year.

 

Headquartered in Austin, Texas, the Texas Music Educators Association is a professional organization with over 14,000 music teachers dedicated to supporting music education in the state. The association aims to provide professional growth opportunities for educators, foster public support for music in schools, and offer quality musical experiences for students.