National Scholastic Press Association Journalism Honor Roll Announced

NSPA inducts 1,300 student journalists into its 2022 Honor Roll, with 30 of them from Marian

April 21, 2022

National Scholastic Press Association, the nation’s largest association for scholastic journalists, has inducted approximately 1,300 high-school scholars and student journalists into its 2022 Journalism Honor Roll.

“These outstanding students excel in both the classroom and in their school newsrooms,” associate director Gary Lundgren said. “The future of journalism is bright if these students are any indication.”

In addition to serving for at least two years on a high school student media staff, in broadcast, newspaper, magazine, online or yearbook, the students have earned a 3.5 or higher grade-point average on a 4.0 scale. Publication advisers and journalism instructors have nominated these students for the honor.

Senior inductees are eligible to compete for a $1,000 Honor Roll Scholarship, and NSPA will announce the scholarship winner in May.

All Honor Roll inductees will receive a certificate of recognition and will be listed in the association’s Best of the High School Press, a yearly publication showcasing the winners in the association’s student media competitions. Inductees are also eligible to wear a special honor cord at graduation, if a member school uses an honor code system.

Through education, training and recognition programs, NSPA promotes the standards and ethics of good journalism. Its educational programs, both on-site and virtual, train thousands of student journalists and advisers, and its awards programs include the Pacemaker Award, the nation’s preeminent publication honor.

NSPA celebrated 100 years of service in 2021.

Marian High School, Omaha, Nebraska
Madison Adam, The Network
Caroline Ahsan, The Network
Madison Auman, Crusader
Isabella Beck, Crusader
Danielle Carrol, Crusader
Clare Degan, The Network
Ashley Doehner, Crusader
Brianna Dovali, Crusader
Fiona Gautschi, The Network
Elleiana Green, The Network
Haley Hoffman, Crusader
Ashley Johanek, The Network
Avery Kinnison, The Network
Bailey Kollasch, The Network
Anne Masek, Crusader
Bridget McGill, Crusader
Lauren Montague, Crusader
Elizabeth Monzu, The Network
Jordan Moser, The Network
Elise Moulton, The Network
Melina Piperis, The Network
Anna Rasgorshek, The Network
Gianna Salerno, The Network
Sydney Schroeder, The Network
Kathryn Stec, The Network
Christina Tinley, Crusader
Eliza Turco, The Network
Audrey Van Dyke, Crusader
Jill Williamson, Crusader
Grace Woodard, Crusader

The only other Nebraska school with National Scholastic Press Association Honor Roll recognition is Millard West.

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