STAMFORD, Conn. -- Stamford High School's 2013 yearbook recently received three first-place awards from around the state.
The yearbook, "Thirteen," was recently awarded a Gold Medal by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association, a First Place award by the American Scholastic Press Association and a First Class Honor by the National Scholastic Press Association.
School officials said the yearbook was critiqued by judges representing each of the three organizations and received points in areas including, content, presentation, page design, use of photography, and writing. Thirteen earned 813 points out of a possible 1,000 from Columbia; earned 3,730 points from the National Scholastic Press Association and received 910 points out of 1,000 from the American Scholastic Press Association.
“I couldn’t be more proud of our yearbook staff, both students and advisers, for their hard work and dedication to producing this award-winning yearbook,” said Stamford High School Principal Donna Valentine. “To receive confirmation from not one but three highly respected organizations that our yearbook is top rate, confirms what we believed all along.”
The following is the 2012-13 yearbook staff:
Editor in Chief Alex Lyons; Executive Editors Erin Altieri and Nikita Roach; Photography Editor Kim Lemus; Senior Section Editors Claire Kaptinski and Jordan Schepps; Business Manager and Advertisements Karly Lyons; Staff Writers: Sarah Abruzzini, Sara Hickey, Ryan Pirro and Genesis Lemus. Senior Editor in Chief and former Academic Editor Brenna Mulhall; Senior Executive Editor and former Academics Alexi Nikolopoulos; Senior Section Editors and former Sports Editors Steven Browning and Danielle Cavaliere; Senior current Business manager and advertisements and former staff writer Konrad Wasniewski; Senior Photography Editor and former photography editor Andrew Rabita; and Staff Writers Senior Kaden Bouldin, Caleb Hutchinson, and Junior Joe Lupinacci; Seniors Staff writers Phil Stosek, Nick Romero, Gregory Jack, Sam Brodie, Justin Nizolek, Regina Agababaev and former sports editor Devin Camlin.