Break Your Silence

J+C Students In The National Spotlight

Congratulations to our J+C magnet on this well-deserved recognition by the National Scholastic Press Association and the international Columbia Scholastic Press Association:

NSPA finalist for Multimedia Story of the Year, Multimedia Feature
RedEye staff, “Red/White Week 2016,” Manual RedEye

NSPA finalist for Story of the Year, Opinion
Lucy Calderon, “Break Your Silence,” On The Record

NSPA finalist for Story of the Year, News
Harper Carlton, “You’re testing my limits,” On The Record

NSPA Design of the Year, Illustration
Emma Stephens, Opalescent illustration, One Blue Wall

Students will be honored at the national high school journalism convention next month in Dallas. On the Record was the first Manual publication to earn a coveted 2016 Pacemaker – the highest award given to student publications by the NSPA.

CSPA Crown Finalist, Literary Magazine
One Blue Wall

CSPA Gold Circle, Third Place, In-Depth News/Feature Story
Karac Medley, “The Young and the Fascist,” On The Record

CSPA Gold Circle, First Place, Computer-generated Art/Illustration
Dillon Pinholster and Kimberly Le, “Break Your Silence,” On The Record

CSPA Gold Circle, First Place, Typography: Designed Art or Headline
Maddy Williams, “Black, Strong, United,” On The Record

CSPA Gold Circle, First Place, Single Illustration: Computer Generated
Jamie D’Amato, “Divorce of a Monarch,” One Blue Wall

CSPA Gold Circle, Certificate of Mention, Photo Illustration
Jamie D’Amato, Camden Huff and Tommy Tran, “I Caught a Breeze,” One Blue Wall

CSPA Gold Circle, Certificate of Mention, Design Portfolio
Skye Spalding, One Blue Wall

CSPA Gold Circle, Certificate of Mention, People Spreads Without Mug Photos – One Spread
Madilyn Hord, Hannah Phillips and Mia Thompson, “Theo Edwards Butler,” The Crimson

CSPA Crown Awards will be presented in March 2018 at ceremonies in New York City.