CSPA Names 12 Virginia Publications Crown Award Finalists


Finalists will receive a Gold or Silver Crown at a presentation in March.
Alejandro Mallea, “Columbia University.”
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Student journalists from a dozen different Virginia publication staffs have been named Crown Award finalists by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association (CSPA) for work produced during the 2019-20 academic year.

All 12 of the nominated publications will receive either a Silver or Gold Crown Award during a presentation in March 2021.

Crown Award finalists from Virginia are:

High School Hybrid General Magazine:

  • Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Teknos – Alexandria, VA

High School Print Literary Magazine:

  • Chantilly High School, Andromeda – Chantilly, VA

High School Hybrid News

  • McLean High School – The Highlander, McLean, VA
  • Thomas Jefferson High School for Sicence and Technology, tjTODAY – Alexandria, VA

High School Hybrid Yearbook:

  • Prince George High School, Peerage – Prince George, VA

High School Print Yearbook Finalists:

  • Chantilly High School, Odyssey – Chantilly, VA
  • John Champe High School, The Quest – Aldie, VA
  • McLean High School, Caledonia – McLean, VA
  • Rock Ridge High School, Genesis – Ashburn, VA
  • Turner Ashby High School, Crag – Bridgewater, VA
  • Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Techniques – Alexandria, VA

Middle School Print Yearbook:

  • Brookville Middle School, The Stinger – Lynchburg, VA