Alta High School's student literary magazine, "Euphony," received national recognition recently during meetings of the National Scholastic Press Association and Journalism Education Association in Albuquerque, N.M.
The publication received the NSPA's Pacemaker Award, the highest honor accorded student magazines. Euphony also was entered in a second contest and won "Best of Show," said Karen Durrant, teacher adviser.Euphony Editor Jennifer Rees attended the meetings in New Mexico, along with classmates Lisa Gaunt and Kiri Price.
During the four-day convention, students from across the nation shared their experiences and publications expertise, Durrant said. They attended seminars and classes as well as social events.