Don't miss out on the state's largest annual gathering of high school journalists and their advisers. Plan to join us in Minneapolis on Oct. 6 for the Minnesota State Journalism Convention.
The 2015 JEA/NSPA convention will take place in Orlando, Fla., Nov. 12-15.
The technological tools available to scholastic journalists continue to grow exponentially, presenting new opportunities and challenges. Join us and stay networked with student media throughout Minnesota.
If you news organization/publication is already a member of the National Scholastic Press Association, it includes your annual MHSPA dues. Receive significant discounts to attend events, enter contests and more.
The mission of the Minnesota High School Press Association is to serve student media and advisers, introduce new ideas and reinforce best practices, reward excellence, embrace diversity, and provide networking and partnership opportunities. Our members are student-directed news organizations and publications.
I look out into the crowd, and the staff unity I see from up here is incredible. Publications are all about collaboration, and your fellow journalists are your team, your tribe, your family. I know that the hours you put into your publications provide lifelong skills and memories. When you graduate — whether you’re a
MINNEAPOLIS — Journalism Day at the Guthrie drew an all-time high number (32) of participants on Wednesday, April 29, 2015. This annual event brings together student journalists who are interested in the fine arts and review writing. Participants toured the Guthrie Theater, including a behind-the-scenes look at set construction, props, costumes and rehearsal areas. After the tour,
MINNEAPOLIS – The Minnesota High School Press Association has presented its 2015 Journalism Educator of the Year honor to Kathryn Campbell of St. Paul Academy and Summit School and adviser to The Rubicon newspaper and its companion website. Campbell was recognized at the school in St. Paul on May 21. At the recognition, Campbell cited