Greater Atlanta Christian School’s student broadcast “Live @ 1575” made quite an impression with the Georgia Scholastic Press Association. They brought home the General Excellence Award and the “All-Georgia” award which honors the best overall Student Broadcast in the state.
The Georgia Scholastic Press Association (GSPA) was founded in 1928 and is the official organization for high and middle school journalism programs. It serves to assist and encourage quality publications via instruction and contests. Annually they sponsor “The Winner’s Circle” which is a compilation of superior works by GSPA students. This year the awards ceremony was broadcasted virtually on April 30th. Click here for virtual award ceremony
GAC’s Student Broadcasting is led by advisors Evan Simmons and Jeremy Beauchamp, and also earned eight individual awards. Winners include Miranda Musgrave, Andrew Brown, Trey Dixon, Sammy Street, Cooper Keyes, Judah Keyes, Joy Deas, Mallory Wild, and Chloe Fair.
News Package / All-Georgia
“Guys & Dolls” by Miranda Musgrave and Andrew Brown
News Package / Superior
“Elementary Mile” by Trey Dixon
In-Depth News/Documentary / All-Georgia
“Empty: Can-a-thon Food Drive” by Sammy Street (Aware winner Sammy Street was featured on 11Alive for her video on food insecurity).
In-Depth News/Documentary / Superior
“Student Entrepreneurs” by Cooper Keyes and Judah Keyes
Feature Package / Superior
“Black History in Music” by Joy Deas
Production / All-Georgia
“Show Opener 2020” by Mallory Wild & Trey Dixon
Production / Superior
“Football Hype 2019” by Trey Dixon
Sports Package / All-Georgia
“Friday Night Football” by Mallory Wild and Chloe Fair
Advisers: Evan Simmons and Jeremy Beauchamp