Monday, January 16, 2017

Pottsgrove High Yearbook Wins First Place Prize

The staff of the Pottsgrovian.

Blogger's Note: The following was provided by the Pottsgrove School District

The 15-16 Pottsgrovian Yearbook "Construct1n6 our Future" has just been awarded first place for Senior High Schools with the Enrollment of 1001 - 1700 students by the American Scholastic Press Association.

The ASPA is located in College Point, NY and reviews school yearbooks and other publications throughout the country. 

Pottsgrove's yearbook was "graded" on page design, story layout, graphics, headlining, cover design, advertising placement, photography and a variety of other things.

Editor and senior, Sydney Eaton joined the yearbook staff when she transferred in as a sophomore from Baltimore, MD. Sydney says, “Yearbook can be tough at times hitting deadlines and such, but it has been a great experience. Seeing the final product at the end of the year is very satisfying.” 

Graduating this June, Sydney is considering studying journalism at Northwestern this fall. 

In her 13th year as Pottsgrovian Yearbook Advisor, Danielle Small exclaimed, “I am proud of our students and will continue to have the Pottsgrovian Yearbook Staff design the best yearbook in style, format, contents, and presentability of our community.”

"Tthis honor is confirmation of the great work that our students and staff are doing to help students connect learning to life," said Pottsgrove High School Principal William Ziegler. "We stand and applaud Mrs. Small and her student design team for their award winning work.”

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