Other NSPA Awards

2012-2013

2008-2009

  • Special recognition award

2006-2007

  • First Amendment Free Press Award
  • Society of Professional Journalists – Honorable Mention
  • American Scholastic Press Association – 1st place

2005-2006

  • First Amendment Free Press Award
  • Society of Professional Journalists – 3rd place
  • Washington state Adviser of the Year – Vincent DeMiero

2003-2004

  • Two staff members were named National Winners
2002-2003
  • NSPA “Pioneer” – Vincent DeMiero
2001-2002
  • Newspaper National Pacemakers Award Winner
2000-2001
  • Freedom Forum First Amendment Schools Award Winner
  • Seattle Times Urban Newspaper Workshop delegate – Jeff Mar
  • Design of the Year: Infographic/Illustration – 2nd place: W. Joe DeMiero
1999-2000
  • American Scholastic Press Association – 1st place
  • The Seattle Times All Star High School Journalism Staff – Kathryn Douma and Xuan Che
  • HighWired.com – Senior Edition Editor, Kathryn Douma – Advisory Board, Vincent DeMiero
  • Student Press Rights Commission – Vincent DeMiero, named to this powerful committee
  • National Pacemakers Award Finalist
  • Honor Roll of Student Journalist: W. Joe DeMiero
1998-1999
  • WJEA Journalist of the Year – Adam Jude
  • Recognition for significant contribution to high school journalism – Hawkeye FANs
1997-1998
  • Washington Press Association – 2nd runner-up
  • Society of Professional Journalists – 3rd place – “Excellence in Journalism” competition
  • National Pacemaker Award Finalist
1996-1997
  • Best of the Net: Editorial Content – Honorable Mention
  • Multicultural Journalism Award Winner – Print
  • National Newspaper Association “Photo News-Feature” Sweepstakes Winner – Eric Nusser
  • Story of the Year: News – 1st place: Joey Roberts, Bradey Day, Simon Farretta, Eric Nusser
  • National Pacemaker Award Finalist
1995-1996
  • Courage in Student Journalism Award: Stacey Burns
  • National Pacemaker Award Finalist
  • NSPA/Associated Collegiate Press/Student Press Law Center Scholastic Press Freedom Award – Stacey Burns
  • Dow Jones Newspaper Fund National High School Journalism Teacher of the Year – Vincent DeMiero, named one of four Distinguished Advisers in the nation
  • JEA Student Impact Award – Stacey Burns and the 1994-1995 Editorial Board
  • Washington Press Association – 1st place – “General Excellence”
  • Society of Professional Journalists – 1st place – “Excellence in Journalism”

1994-1995

  • Washington Press Association – 2nd place – “General Excellence”
  • WJEA Adviser of the Year – Vincent DeMiero
  • Runner-up Student Journalist of the Year – Stacey Burns
  • Society of Professional Journalists – 1st place – “General Excellence”

 

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