Judson ISD

Huge Music Scholarship Goes To Judson Student

L-R Jesus Hernandez III, Principal; Dr. Carl Montoya, JISD Superintendent; Scott Rogers; Richard and Patty Rogers; David Short, Choir Director (Courtesty Claudia Quiroz, JHS Publications)

The Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA) awards its Bill Cormack Scholarship to one student in the state each year and it went to a Judson High School student.  Scott Rogers, who is in the Judson Choir and is a talented pianist, received the scholarship worth $15,000 to study Music Education in Texas.  Executive Director Robert Floyd personally called Judson Principal Jesse Hernandez to let him know about the award and how qualified Scott was to win it.  He is a three year All-State Choir member and sings professionally with the San Antonio Chamber Choir and plays piano and percussion in the Youth Orchestra of San Antonio.  

Scott plans on a double-major in Music Education and Piano Performance.  They've kept this award in the family since the only other JISD student to win this scholarship was Scott's brother Ryan Rogers who graduated from Judson High School in 2013.  



Judson V. Wagner

Congratulations Scott, We are proud of you...Go Rockets Go !!!

Bonnie Anderson

Way to go Scott Rogers! This is quite an accomplishment. Judson is proud of you!!

Margaret Wilson

Way to go, Scott! I am very proud of you. You deserve it!

Debbie King

What an amazing honor!! Congratulations to Scott and his family.

Tasha Collier Bush

What an amazing honor! Congratulations and continued success to you.

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