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LHS Publications Awards Stack Up in 2017-18

June 27, 2018

Students in the Lindbergh High School publications programs were recognized on local, state and national levels during the 2017-18 school year.

The 2017 Spirit Yearbook received a Gold Medalist Certificate from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association Medalist Critique, and the Quill and Scroll Honor Society in the 2017 Yearbook Excellence Contest recognized both senior Grace Whitener and junior Margaret Wolf for their work.

The National Scholastic Press Association Honor Roll recognizes students who have achieved a 3.5 or higher grade point average and have completed at least two years on a publication staff. Lindbergh’s inductees this year include seniors Emma Bennett, Heidi Budd, Evie Reed and Liz Schrader, and juniors Natalie Evans, Trent Grempler and Bea Kuhn.

Missouri Journalism Education Honor Roll members include seniors Liz Schrader, Evie Reed and Heidi Budd.

In addition, senior Evie Reed won the 2018 Missouri Journalism Education Association Yearbook Design of the Year Award for her spread covering the eclipse, and junior Katie Meyer was named a finalist for the 2018 MJEA Yearbook Story of the Year Feature for her story on Wil Ohler.

On the local level:

  • The 2017 Spirit Yearbook received a superior rating and the 2018 Spirit Yearbook received a superior rating for Theme Development from JournalismSTL.
  • Junior Trent Grempler was awarded the best of show award for his photo of teacher Danielle Demarest at the Pep Assembly.
  • Junior Bea Kuhn was awarded the best of show award for her photo of Lucas Kay on the South Tech spread.
  • Junior Grace DeGuire was awarded a superior award for her photo of Abby Anderson at the Powderpuff game.

LHS Publications Awards Stack Up in 2017-18

LHS Publications Awards Stack Up in 2017-18

LHS Publications Awards Stack Up in 2017-18

LHS Publications Awards Stack Up in 2017-18

LHS Publications Awards Stack Up in 2017-18