Academic Magnet High School senior Tyler Rodgers has won a best in category award for design in the Cleveland Institute of Art's 2014 2D3D National Art + Design Competition.

Rodgers was one of four best-in-category winners chosen from among 1,076 entries from 450 high schools in 42 states. Her art teacher is Krista Cornehl.

Each best in category winner receives $500 and art supplies from contest sponsor Faber-Castell. Winners also receive a $10,000 annual scholarship, or $40,000 over four years, if they attend Cleveland Institute of Art.

Rodgers designed and built a 12-foot-long by eight-foot-wide by 13-foot-tall house.

Cleveland Institute of Art is an accredited, independent college of art and design founded in 1882.