Student news publications from three local schools won multiple honors at the Georgia Scholastic Press Association Spring Awards, the winners of which were announced on April 21.
Among the laureates, Pace Academy’s Knightly News won the first “All-Georgia” award for best newspaper.
The oracle at North Springs High School has received several honors in critical columns and reviews. And The C&G at the Episcopal School of Holy Innocents won the All-State Honor for Information Graphics.
The GSPA, based at the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communications at the University of Georgia, hosts the competition annually. All of the local schools competed in the Newspapers, News Magazines and News Websites category. âSuperiorâ is an award category for finalists.
The full list of local winners included:
Episcopal School of the Holy Innocents, the C&G
Commentary, Superior: “What about fairness?” by Zak Kerr
Feature Profile, Top: “The Wonderful Tale of Thomas Barbershop” by Alex Newberg
General excellence, superior, news magazine
Info graphic, All-Georgia: “Immunize Wise” by Maddie Poch
North Springs High School, The Oracle
Columnist, All-Georgia: “Musicology Corner” by Veronica Kogan
Column Editing, Superior: âCummiskey’s Cornerâ by Nelson Cummiskey
Chronicle writing, superior: “It’s okay not to be well” by Saaniah Hardy
Critical Review, Superior: “Justice League: An Injustice to the Comics” by Isaac Linnen
News site, excellent
Pace Academy, The Knightly News
Critical Review, All-Georgia: âWinter Showcase Captivates Audiencesâ by Darren Rosing
Double Truck Layout / Design, All of Georgia: “The 2020 Election” by Kathryn Hood
Featured Profile, Senior: “Spotlight on Professors’ Passion Project: Let America Be America Again” by Darren Rosing
General excellence, newspaper, superior
General Excellence, News Website, Small School Winner
Illustration, upper: âGifted Kidâ by Kathryn Hood
News Story, Senior: “Pace Hosts First-Ever TEDx Lecture” by Megan Hardesty