The New England Scholastic Press Association




Molly Goldstein smiles big with a student of hers. Goldstein has worked with students since her senior year of high school, describing it as “passion.” She is more than excited to start working with the students of LHS. (Used with permission by Molly Goldstein)
Molly Goldstein takes the stage as new LHS drama adviser
Kelly Egan, Londonderry High School • January 20, 2023

NESPA Winner: Personality Profile, 2022 The Lancer Spirit, Londonderry High School, Londonderry, NH Molly Goldstein applied to the middle school for the orchestra teaching position, and ended up filling a vital role in the high school’s arts community....

The girls hockey team celebrates their Division 2 State Championship win on March 20th.
Girls’ hockey brings home state title
Andrew Roberts, Algonquin Regional High School • January 10, 2023
Some of the English books for grades 9-12 laid out for distribution.
Photo: Sara Barber-Just
Students tout revisions to English curriculum to more deeply center anti-racism
Jana Murphy, Amherst-Pelham Regional High School • December 15, 2022
How to improve sports coverage to be fall workshop focus
October 4, 2022

How to improve sports coverage so that it serves as a magnet will be the focus of the New England Scholastic Press Association's fall workshop...

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...