Esperanza student wins NOCROP digital design contest

EHS student.

Each year North Orange County Regional Occupational Program (NOCROP) sponsors a graphic design contest for students enrolled in a Design, Visual, and Media Arts Pathway class. This year’s contest involved designing original artwork to be used as the cover of the 2019-2020 NOCROP Student Handbook. Students from the five school districts that NOCROP serves were instructed to create a digital design that exemplifies NOCROP’s mission statement. NOCROP provided specifications for the project that included color, text, and size.

This year’s first place winner, and recipient of a $250 cash prize, is Christopher Morrell from Esperanza High School! Christopher is in teacher Thom Metcalf’s Digital Design class.

Congratulations to Christopher for his award- winning design!

EHS student.

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