Hawaii Scholastic Journalism Association

We are taking a break from meeting during the summer. Check back in July to see if we have scheduled our first meeting for SY 2021-22.

- Provide opportunities for journalism educators to share ideas.
- Promote the benefits of scholastic journalism
- Maximize the experience for students at the spring Hawaii Publishers High School Journalism Awards Banquet and the fall Journalism Day
- Improve state policies regarding scholastic press freedom in Hawaii

Membership is free and open to anyone in Hawaii interested in scholastic journalism.
Email [email protected] to be put on our mailing list to receive information about meetings.

JEA
2021 JEA Award Nominations
2021 JEA Award Nominations
Cindy Reves is JEA
Meet your JEA state director
 Savannah Rose Dagupion of Kamehameha Schools Maui is Hawaii
Hawaii's 2021 Journalist of the Year
Spring 2021 JEA Convention
Spring 2021 JEA Convention
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Latest news on legislation to protect Hawaii student journalists
Latest news on legislation to protect Hawaii student journalists
Tips for New Voices testimony in support of the Hawaii Student Journalism Protection Act
Tips for New Voices testimony in support of the Hawaii Student Journalism Protection Act
New logo for New Voices of Hawaii
New logo for New Voices of Hawaii
Please take our survey on press freedom in Hawaii public schools
Please take our survey on press freedom in Hawaii public schools
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HHSJA 2021
HHSJA 2021
HHSJA 2020
HHSJA 2020
Journalism advisers were recognized at today
HHSJA 2019
HHSJA 2018
HHSJA 2018
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Kevin Knodell covers military issues for Civil Beat.
Kevin Knodell contributes to Journalism Day
Althea Cunningham, McKinley High School • November 6, 2020
A Voice to the Next Generation: Gene Park Speaks at J-Day
Lichen Forster, Waiakea High School, Editor-in-chief • October 31, 2020
UH Rainbow Warrior Marching Band impacts lives of its members
Ashley Angel, The Governor, Farrington High School
Photo courtesy of UH Ahtletics
Australian swimmer makes Hawaii her home
Wendy, The Governor, Farrington High School
The unhealthy trend of vaping
Gabriel Mata, The Governor, Farrington High School
Benefits of the only collegiate marching band in Hawaii
Benefits of the only collegiate marching band in Hawaii
Jerry Dulluog, The Governor, Farrington High School
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'The Good Person of Szechwan:' A Theatrical Breakthrough
Skye Bulman, Journalist for Imua
Nothing is JUST Black and White: 'The Good Person of Szechwan'
Mayuri Natsu, Journalist for Imua
New Voices with New Stories
New Voices with New Stories
Maile Morrell, Ewa Naupaka Editor
Audience No Longer Audience in the Remake of Bertolt Brecht’s Play, 'The Good Person of Szechwan'
Jaxine Wong, Roosevelt High School Yearbook Staffer
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Pits competing at the Big West Conference
Michelle Pits's Choice
Analicia Kapua, Ka Leo O Nā Koa Staff Writer
Being A Tennis Player
Kanani Orta, McKinley High School's The Pinion reporter
Pits trains for next tennis season
Alexandria Buchanan, McKinley High School's The Pinion assistant editor
Rachael Uyeno
Noah Agnea
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Marina Hruba speaks to newswriting reporters from  a variety of high schools around the island.
Marina Hruba - From Prague to Honolulu
Alexandria Buchanan, McKinley High School's The Pinion repoter
Simplicity of Automatic Voter Registration
Micheal Puni and Hazel Ann Laguitan
Hawaii Common Cause - Voter Registration
Jason Lanuevo and Jiselle Mariano
Corie Tanida, from Common Cause Hawaii, is an advocate of automatic voter registration who spoke at a press conference on Saturday, September 10.
Advocating automatic voter registration
Riann Fujihara
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