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2016-2017 KHSJA Contest Forms

Here’s all the information you need to enter the 2016-2017 Kentucky High School Journalism Association annual contest for yearbooks, newspapers and broadcast. Below, you will find various links to the contest rules and other important info such as the category…

It’s 2016-2017 KHSJA Contest Time

Please read all the info below. The content is important and will answer many questions about this year’s KHSJA contest for newspapers, yearbooks, broadcast and online. It’s time for the 2016-2017 statewide contest for the Kentucky High School Journalism Association.…

Here are the 2015-2016 KHSJA Contest forms

To: KHSJA teachers and advisers From: David Greer, KHSJA and KPA As I announced on January 25, the 2015-2016 KHSJA contest is going retro. By that I mean we are reverting – for one year – to the way we…

It’s 2015-2016 KHSJA Contest Time

It’s 2015-2016 KHSJA Contest Time The theme for the KHSJA contest this year is retro. Yes, that means we are going back to doing the contest the way we used to do it. Newspaper entries will be tearsheets (pages ripped…

KHSJA begins 2014-2015 school year

By David Greer, KHSJA administrator A new school year is here and the Kentucky High School Journalism Association has opened its annual membership drive. Join KHSJA today or renew your membership and give your newspaper, yearbook and broadcast students a…

Results from 2013-2014 KHSJA Contest are announced

The results from KHSJA’s 2013-2014 contest for high school newspapers, yearbooks and broadcast programs have been announced. To see the results, go to the top of this site’s home page and click on the contest link. That will lead you…

Kentucky newspapers can sponsor their local school(s) in KHSJA

Again this school year, Kentucky newspapers can sponsor their local high school(s) in the Kentucky High School Journalism Association. Sponsorship is just $50 per school per school year and allows schools to participate in the annual KHSJA contest and other…

2013-2014 school year to be an exciting one for KHSJA

For some students and teachers, the new 2013-2014 school year is already here. For others, it’s nearly here and will be going in full force within days. This promises to be an exciting year for the Kentucky High School Journalism…