The spring national high school journalism convention comes to Denver for the third time since 1992, and you won't want to miss this opportunity to learn from the best, compete at the highest level, and motivate your entire staff.
The convention will be held in the Sheraton Denver hotel, on the the... READ MORE »»
Madeline Malhotra, from Chaparral HS, has been named the 2014 CHSPA Photographer of the Year. This contest, in just its second year, honors photojournalists for a portfolio of 7-12 images from the past year, rather than for a single image or even a photo essay. ... READ MORE »»
The results of the 2014 Best of Colorado awards are in and all award certificates are in the mail (in fact, you may have received your certificates already). You can see the complete list of winners, in all contests and in all enrollment categories, in two ways: ... READ MORE »»
The first attempt to offer a competition that would encourage students to meet readers in multiple ways produced coverage on standardized testing, on Make-W-Wish week, and on Bald 4 Bucks (raising money for a charity.
The basic contest rules were that the coverage had to include at least three different... READ MORE »»
Patrick Moring, television and news production adviser at Rampart HS in Colorado Springs, has earned first place in CHPSA's first adviser-only competition.
Moring's video was created to promote the school to students, parents and community members. It includes a range of on-camera interviews and varied... READ MORE »»