January 19, 2023

TAPPS Fall Photo Awards 2022

The results are in for the TAPPS Fall Photo contest. TAPPS had over 1,300 student and faculty entries this year from 56 TAPPS schools. Our judging division consisted of both 3A & 4A schools with 10 different categories. We are so excited to announce that we earned 16 awards which made us the school taking home the most awards in the 3A-4A category! 

The breakdown of awards received are as follows:

First place – Brody Tucker

Second place – Mary Wax, Carissa Simcik & Kayla Barfoot

Third place – Jack Gibb, Lincoln Bailey & Katelyn Hong

Honorable Mention – Kayla Barfoot (2), Katelyn Hong (3), Anna Fernandez, Sophie Fransen, Keaon Chalton

Senior Katelyn Hong was our top earner with four awards.

Thank you for encouraging our student photographers to strive for excellence. CCS is proud of their accomplishments.

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