Oak Hill Academy Literary Magazine "Reflections" earns national honors from the American Scholastic Press Association.
The 2016 edition of the Oak Hill Academy school literary magazine, Reflections, was recently honored by the American Scholastic Press Association (ASPA). This prestigious organization is in it's 36th year and is located in College Point, New York. ASPA runs an annual contest and review of yearbooks, magazines, and newspapers from public and private schools across the country. Their panel of judges is comprised of experienced educators who have served as faculty advisors for scholastic publications. They judge national entries based on creative writing, editing, and design concepts.
The association awarded Oak Hill Academy’s Reflections both the First Place Certificate as well as the Most Outstanding Pre-K – 8 Literary Magazine for 2016 for the caliber of its publication. Since 1991, the OHA magazine has earned first place Twenty times!
The school’s literary magazine is an after-school project and includes short stories, poems, essays, and artwork submitted by Oak Hill students in grades 5-8. The Reflections staff diligently edits and publishes the magazine on an annual basis with OHA teachers, Mrs. Maureen Daly and Ms. Courtney Lee, acting as advisors.