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“Scholastic journalism is about being unafraid to deliver the facts.” –senior Jamie Anderluh

“Scholastic journalism means documenting the personalities and individuals that make up a student body.” –senior Trent Sprague

“Scholastic journalism means being a voice for the students and teachers.” –sophomore Claire Dwyer

“Every day of my 37 year career has been filled with high school press. I am so fortunate to spend my days exploring current events with my amazing students.” –adviser Janet Levin

“My time as a student journalist has taught me the value of the free press and its potential to change the world.” –senior Joshua Irvine

“Scholastic journalism means getting out of one’s comfort zone and exploring aspects of the school/world you otherwise wouldn’t.” –senior Quinn Cunningham

“Scholastic journalism means I get to write how I want and not how some format tells me to write.” –senior Katie Lindgren

“Journalism has given me a confidence, family, and outlook on life I never thought I would have.” –senior Katherine Wiemold

“Scholastic journalism has made me a better person and given me a loud voice about what happens in my school.” –senior Caroline Stiefbold

“Scholastic journalism is something that has played a huge role in my high school experience. It has given me the opportunity to choose topics and current events that I am interested in. Beyond this though, being on the Correspondent and doing scholastic journalism, it has allowed me to talk to people more freely and just be able to speak my mind.” –senior Lauren Theisen

”Scholastic journalism gives me the power to have a voice in my high school press.  I love that there is a week dedicated to Scholastic journalism and that we get to raise community consciousness regarding benefits.” –senior Jennifer Lechowski

“Journalism is kind of my entire life. It’s helped me to grow as a person so much, improved my writing abilities, and helped me to become more confident. It’s a really unique program with benefits you can’t really get from any other class or club.” –senior Kayleigh Padar

”Scholastic journalism is the ability to let the voices of those who aren’t usually heard be heard.” –senior Gracie Scannell

“Scholastic journalism is learning new things while getting out of my comfort zone to create something beautiful.” –sophomore Kiera Collins

“Journalism gives me an opportunity to write about things I’m passionate about which can apply to students.” –senior Martin Manosalvas

“Scholastic journalism allows me to speak up about the things that matter.” –freshman Amelia Zollner

“Scholastic journalism means that I get the freedom to write what I want, voice my opinion, and be heard.” –senior Heidi Freitag

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