Fourth Estate Wins CPW Awards

Fourth Estate students just received the results of the California Press Women statewide high school communications contest, which is part of a nationwide competion endorsed by the National Association of Secondary School Principals. The contest is open to all high schools, public and private. The CPW contest  inspires students to do outstanding work in their quest for excellence. Dow Jones announces first-place national winners and promotes the competition in its publication giving students and their teachers/advisers local and nationwide recognition.


Here is the list of award winners:

Claires Tolles-First Place-Single Page Layout- “á la mode”

Claire Tolles-3rd Place Review Writing-”Wanda Vision

Claire Tolles & Luca D’Agruma-3rd Place-Opinion Writing-”Our Democracy Is Threatened”

Alexandra Siegel-2nd Place Opinion Writing-”Is It Critical”

Dare Fitzpatrick-2nd Place-Feature Writing- “Wellness on Campus”

Hanna Masri & Madeleine Nicks-2nd Place-Feature Writing- “Taylor’s Version”

Aden Meisel-2nd Place-Feature Writing- “Is the SAT Outdated”