The staff of Pace Academy’s Knightly News at the 2016 Georgia Scholastic Press Association Fall Conference.

Pace Academy students win Scholastic Press Association awards

The staff of The Knightly News, Pace Academy’s Upper School student newspaper, returned from the 2016 Georgia Scholastic Press Association Fall Conference with four awards in the organization’s first-issue competition. The paper’s website received the Best Front Page and Best Layout awards, and junior Sloan Wyatt won Best Feature Story. The Knightly News print edition took second place in the Best Front Page category. This year’s Knightly News co-Editors-in-Chief are seniors Landon Goldstein and Alexis Wilkins; their faculty adviser is Lee Wilson.

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