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Apply for Newspaper by January 30


Thank you for your interest in joining either Newspaper or Yearbook! Before you begin your application, there are a few things that should be kept in mind:

First, we would like to remind you that if you are applying for Newspaper, we require that applicants complete a writing sample: submit an original news article on a topic of your choice as a potential alternative to an interview. This article should be 200-300 words. We suggest that you type out this portion prior to beginning your application. There will be a section for you to copy and paste your sample at the end of the multiple-choice portion.

As for Yearbook, we require that applicants submit a separate email containing a writing sample, photograph(s), or any work of your choice that has been produced in Photoshop. The instructions on how to submit these requirements are at the end of the Yearbook application.

Next, we would like to remind you that Newspaper and Yearbook are full year electives and will take place of one of your scheduled courses. That being said, until you are officially selected to be a part of either publication staff, you will need to choose a course to take as an alternative to hold the space in your schedule.


Applications are due by Friday, January 23. We may follow up with you to schedule an interview, so make sure that you check your email regularly.


We look forward to talking to you soon!



Newspaper and Yearbook Editors


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