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2020 California Journalism Awards Campus Enterprise News Story or Series Contest Winners – High Schools

2020 California Journalism Awards
Campus Enterprise News Story or Series Contest Winners

High Schools

 

First-place and second-place plaques will be shipped directly to the winning publications in the coming weeks.

Personalized certificates will also be mailed to winners in each category.

A complete list of all California Journalism Award winners will be provided on May 18th.

 

Circ Group(s)Category NameAwardOrganizationCityEntry TitleCommentsCredits
High SchoolsEnterprise News Story or SeriesFirst PlaceGranite Bay High School-The GazetteGranite BayParties change in mood after college letter-openingSensitive and indepth reporting about a part of the high school experience that is often overlooked. Great job setting the scene and capturing the emotions of students.
Heba Bounar
High SchoolsEnterprise News Story or SeriesSecond PlaceCastro Valley High School-The OlympianCastro Valley'Stand up, step up and just do it!'Excellent compilation of mini profiles that captures the efforts of students in the face of the pandemic.Jeanette Wallis, Malin Johansson, Miguel Bernas, Hannah Pilgrim
High SchoolsEnterprise News Story or SeriesThird PlaceArchbishop Riordan High School-The CrusaderSan FranciscoIce cream stores melting under economic pressureA well-written look at one of our beloved institutions -- ice cream stores -- that reveals the struggle of small businesses during Covid restrictions.Andrei Lynch
High SchoolsEnterprise News Story or SeriesFourth PlaceSacramento Country Day School-The OctagonNeighbors fight school expansion planExcellent ongoing coverage of a complicated and contentious process. Great example of sticking with a story.
Nihal Gulati
High SchoolsEnterprise News Story or SeriesFifth PlaceArchbishop Riordan High School-The CrusaderSan FranciscoStranded by indoor theaters, moviegoers pull up to drive-insA well-researched look at one of the unexpected results of the pandemic --”the return of drive-ins.
Sean DiNicola
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