The New England Scholastic Press Association




Upper School students are required to take rapid tests twice each week. Photo illustration by Edan Zinn
Quarantined Students Face Make-Up Work
Kate Hirschen, Brimmer and May School • September 26, 2022

NESPA Winner: News Story, 2022 The Gator, Brimmer and May School, Chestnut Hill, Mass. With concurrent learning on Zoom no longer offered at the School and local cases of COVID-19 rising due to the Omicron variant, some students here report worrying...

Recently, Florida government passes a bill that will prohibit the discussion of sexuality and gender identity
Saying ‘gay’ won’t make your children gay
Audrey DeAngelis, Londonderry High School • September 20, 2022
Holbrook Connection To Our Darkest Day
Holbrook Connection To Our Darkest Day
Joseph McLaughlin, Holbrook Middle-High School • September 10, 2022
L-R: Elizabeth Taylor, Carmen Guitterez, Marilyn Cooper, and Carol Lawrence from the original Broadway cast sing “I Feel Pretty” (1957).
Op-Ed: Remembering Stephen Sondheim
Marlie Kass, Brimmer and May School • August 26, 2022
VIDEO: Investigative reporter Jenifer McKim keynote speaker at NESPA's webinar
May 19, 2022

Watch the video of GBH investigative reporter Jenifer McKim's keynote speech about her work and advice for scholastic journalists at NESPA's...

New Executive Director for NESPA
March 8, 2022

Tom Fabian, NESPA's new executive director, has a distinguished background in secondary education and in journalism. He advises The Newtonite...

Localizing contest winners for 2021
March 1, 2022

Algonquin Regional High School The Harbinger “Behind the scenes of ‘Seussical’” Claire Bai and Brianna Tang   Brimmer...