SCSPA Executive Board
Advisers and publication staff members can also receive leadership training while they serve on SCSPA's Executive Board. Members are elected from the Lowcountry, Midlands and Upstate regions. Board members set SCSPA policy, approve new programs, plan conferences and assist SCSPA staff members in enhancing the overall profile of scholastic journalism in South Carolina.
Student officers are elected each spring to serve during the following academic year; adviser officers are selected every other spring and serve a two-year tenure.
SCSPA Chair: Amy George, Laurens County 55 HS (Laurens)
SCSPA Student President: Alexander Atkins, South Pointe HS
Find all board members here. Feel free to contact your local SCSPA representative for information and advice.
Today, more than 1,500 scholastic journalists and publication advisers annually attend SCSPA offerings. The annual fall conference continues to draw more than 600 participants; the spring conference draws nearly 500 each April. More than 60 staffs annually send their publications to the SCSPA office to be evaluated by knowledgeable publication advisers and professional journalists.
- ASNE High School Journalism
- Journalism Tools
- SCSPA Journalism Standards (Word)
- The New York Times Learning Network
- The State of the News Media
- Importance of Scholastic Journalism Statement (PDF)
- Why Journalism Matters (PDF)
- Association of Texas Photography Instructors
- Dow Jones News Fund (DJNF)
- Imaging Resource
- Mullen Publications
- Newseum – front page of newspapers
- Poynter Institute
- Radio Television Digital News Association
- School Paper Express
- South Carolina Press Association
- Student Press Law Center
- University of South Carolina
- Columbia Scholastic Press Association (CSPA)
- Journalism Education Association (JEA)
- National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA)
- Quill and Scroll
- Southern Interscholastic Press Association (SIPA)