Congratulations to 2021 Cooper City High School's Silver Knight Nominees, Honorable Mentions, and Winners!This year, Cooper City High School students and their peers were recognized at a virtual ceremony celebrating the 63rd Annual Miami Herald/el Nuevo Herald Silver Knight Awards. Silver Knight winners are high school seniors who have gone above and beyond to make their communities a better place. They are well-rounded and stellar athletes, performers, and scholars who have set themselves apart and earned their spot among past winners that have continued to do extraordinary things. Each of the 15 categories has one winner and three honorable mentions from each county (Broward and Miami Dade). Cooper City High School was represented by eight (8) Silver Knight Nominees: Jordan Bartel, Brooke Bartel, Emma Huerta, Arielle Kraus, Anand Mathi, Rachel Goldberg, Kaylyn Myers, and Michale Cline; two (2) Honorable Mentions: Michael Cline for Digital and Interactive Media and Rachel Goldberg for Drama; and a Silver Knight WINNER for Science, Kaylyn Myers!Congratulation to KAYLYN MYERS for being named the Miami Herald Silver Knight in Science for Broward County!We are so proud of our Cowboys!Here is the link to the recording: Watch the 2021 Miami Herald/el Nuevo Silver Knight Awards | Miami Herald
We encourage students to review information and requirements and apply.
The Silver Knight Awards is the most prestigious community service scholarship offered in Broward County. Competitors must initiate and carry out a project benefiting the community. Their GPA must be stellar. Ideally, after they have been graduated, underclassmen will continue the work that they have initiated.
Each high school in Broward County may enter only one nominee for each of fifteen academic categories. The nominee’s community service project does not have to be related to his or her academic category.
There are only fifteen winners in all of Broward County. Each winner receives a check in the amount of $2,000, a free round trip air trip compliments of American Airlines, and a beautiful Silver Knight trophy. Each of the fifteen categories allows for three runners-up who each receive a check for $500 and a Silver Knight plaque.
The nominees must be seniors and have worked on their projects throughout their high school years. All of the nominees excel academically and have hundreds of hours of community service in other areas than their specific projects. They are to be commended as outstanding young people whose way of life is to give of themselves to others. Parents or students interested in more information can contact Mr. Ziccardi at 754 - 322 - 0200.