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Seven journalism students earn national recognition from the JEA competition. Front row: Avery Neal (12), Layla Halilbasic (10), Eva Bidle (11), and Lejla Pozegic (10). Back row: Cassandra Ludwig (12), Meg Heveroh (12), and Jojo LaBrier (12)

Journalism students win awards at national competition

Jack Butchart, reporter April 21, 2021

Five journalism students spread across yearbook, broadcast, and newspaper were recognized for their hard work in the National Student Media Contest sponsored by the Journalism Education Association. The...

Several journalism students that attended the National Convention in Washington D.C. received awards in their individual media contests.

Journalism students receive recognition at national convention

Elyse Girard, reporter November 27, 2019

The 2019 Tiger Paw yearbook received third place in the Best of Show competition at the National High School Journalism Convention (Nov. 21-23) in Washington, D.C. This is the highest rating Tiger Paw...

OHS received eight honors from the JEA national convention plus a Best of Show award for Channel 97 news.

Journalism receives national honors

Jaime Meier, profiles editor November 17, 2016

The OHS journalism program received high honors at the JEA national convention in Indianapolis, IN. Twenty-five students attended the convention, and eight were recognized in write-off competitions. Students...

Students pose for a picture at the National Journalism Convention in Orlando, FL.

Students win awards at national journalism convention

Sierra Hunter, editor in chief November 20, 2015

Eight Oakville High School students won awards during the write-off competitions at the National Journalism Convention in Orlando, FL. The convention lasted four days. Students attended various sessions...

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