Renaissance High School students placed at the 2014 Kroger I Can Make History contest Saturday, April 5. Sophomore Gabrielle Jackson won second place in the music category and freshman ReJaylen Bradley placed second in the essay category. Jackson and Bradley were competing amongst 1,900 entries in divisions including poetry, music, essay and art.
Participating students had the opportunity to win scholarships and other prizes totaling more than $71,000. Both Renaissance students won a family pack of four tickets to the Charles H. Wright African American Museum and a $50 gift card to the reception at the Henry Ford Lovette Hall for an award luncheon.