County School Publications Named Finalists for NSPA Pacemaker Awards

Three Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) student publications have been named finalists in the National Scholastic Press Association’s (NSPA) Yearbook Pacemaker Awards competition.

  • The Clan, the McLean High School yearbook, was named a Pacemaker finalist for yearbooks with 289-352 pages. Editors are Farah Albani, Caitlin Kirby, Maggie Nash, and Yasmn Pai. Meghan Percival serves as the adviser.
  • Cavalier, the Woodson High School yearbook, was named a Pacemaker finalist for yearbooks with 289-352 pages. Editors are Caitlin Rider and Kristen Schumacher. Katherine Sebunia serves as the adviser.
  • Sentry, the middle school yearbook for Robinson Secondary School, was named a Pacemaker finalist for junior high and middle school yearbooks. Brent Yantis is the editor; Pat Hinman serves as the adviser.

Awards are scheduled to be announced at the Journalism Education Association (JEA)-NSPA Spring National High School Journalism Convention in Seattle in April.

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