Celebrating the award are, from left to right, Creekview HS Principal Dr. Sue Zinkil, who serves as President of GASPP; Ms. Mason, Savannah with her winning design, GASPP Executive Director Dr. Alan Long, and Woodstock HS Principal Mark Smith.
A Woodstock High School senior has won a statewide design contest, earning a grant for her school’s graphic design program.
Savannah Huff created the top design entered into the Georgia Association of Secondary School Principals’ rebranding contest. Middle and high school students in CTAE (Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education) classes across the state had the opportunity to design a new logo for the professional association.
Savannah is in the graphic design program led by teacher Isobel Mason, the school’s 2020 Teacher of the Year, and earned a $1,000 grant for it through the contest.
“We’re so proud of Savannah for her hard work to earn this award, and for Ms. Mason’s continued outstanding instruction,” Superintendent of Schools Dr. Brian V. Hightower said. “Ms. Mason and her CTAE colleagues across our School District prepare our students for future career success through hands-on work in the classroom and participation in real-world experiences like designing for a client through this contest.”