McLean “Highlander” Wins 2017 Gold Crown from CSPA
“The Highlander” newsmagazine staff of McLean High School was presented with a Gold Crown at the Columbia Scholastic Press Association (CSPA) journalism convention at Columbia University in New York City . This is the second consecutive year that “The Highlander” has earned a Gold Crown award. McLean High School is a Fairfax County public school.
“The Highlander” is the only high school newspaper-newsmagazine in Virginia to win a Gold Crown this year. CSPA’s Gold Crown is one of the highest honors in scholastic journalism. Publications are judged on design, photography, concept, coverage, and writing.
FCPS schools earning Silver Crowns include:
- “tjToday,” Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology , High School Silver Hybrid News Crown.
- “Sentry,” Robinson Secondary School, Middle School Silver Yearbook Crown.
- “Columbian,” Marshall High School, High School Silver Yearbook Crown.
- “The Clan,” McLean High School, High School Silver Yearbook Crown.
- “The Lair,” Lake Braddock Secondary School, High School Silver Yearbook Crown.
For additional information, contact the FCPS Office of Communication and Community Relations at 571-423-1213.