The Broadview

Awards and recognitions 2015-2019

National Scholastic Press Association

Pacemaker Finalist 2019 (Winners announced late November)

2019 Design of the Year Front Page

Cece Giarman, Finalist  “Page 1”  (Winners announced late November)

2019 Local Climate Change Reporting

Josephine Rozzelle, Finalist “California on fire: climate change effects worsen” (Winners announced late November)

Columbia Scholastic Press Association 2019 Gold Crown — Hybrid News

2019 First Amendment Press Freedom Award

2018 First Amendment Press Freedom Award

Columbia Scholastic Press Association 2018 Silver Crown — Hybrid News

National Scholastic Press Association 2017 Pacemaker Finalist

Journalism Education Association of Northern California
2017 Annual Contest

NEWSPUB editorial cartoon
Lizzie Bruce     Honorable Mention “I did not …”

NEWSPUB nameplate design
Editorial Board  2nd Place

NEWSPUB news photo
Lisabelle Panossian 1st Place (SFO Protest)

NEWSPUB review writing
Grace Ainslie Honorable Mention

ONLINE breaking news story
Editorial Board 3rd Place (Day-after election)

ONLINE breaking news stream
Lisabelle Panossian & Claire Kosewic  2nd Place (walk out)

California Press Women High School Communications Contest
May 18, 2017

Column Writing
Julia-Rose Kibben      Second Place     Social media reinforces gender stereotypes
Lisabelle Panossian     Second Place     Hide and seek for freedom, Refugee children live in danger
Julia-Rose Kibben     Third Place      Moving Forward
Lisabelle Panossian     Third Place     Targeting ethnicity, Cultural stereotypes are more prevalent than ever

Claire Kosewic     Second Place     Election results not an excuse for hate

Feature Story
Grace Ainslie     Second Place     A pain in the neck – and back
Asha Khanna     Second Place     Dressing for success
Julia-Rose Kibben     Second Place     Texting lingo goes mainstream
Julia-Rose Kibben     Second Place     Model status
Claire Kosewic     Second Place     A noteworthy discussion
India Theriot     Second Place     Resetting the system
India Theriot     Second Place     Taking control, of the wheel
India Theriot     Second Place     Endless aspects, one choice.
India Theriot     Second Place     Women take the political stage
Asha Khanna     Third Place     Friday night choices have Saturday morning consequences
Asha Khanna     Third Place     Injuries that knee-d to be addressed
Grace Ainslie     Third Place     Testing policy gets ahead
Grace Ainslie     Third Place      Exhibit reflects on the past
India Theriot     Third Place     Virtually hilarious
India Theriot     Third Place     Spirit, not spirits
Julia-Rose Kibben     Third Place     Popular fruit may not be so berry good
Julia-Rose Kibben     Third Place     Female costumes expose double standard
Julia-Rose Kibben     Third Place     Promposals go beyond tradition

Graphics/Photo Illustration   

2017 Annual San Francisco Peninsula Press Club
Student Journalism Awards


Web site content

JEA/NSPA 2017 Spring Convention in Seattle

(We didn’t attend as a staff, but we were awarded)

First Amendment Press Freedom Award (Awarded to Convent HS for all of its publications)

Online Pacemaker Finalist

Journalism Education Association of Northern California
2016 Annual Contest

NEWSPUB profile feature story
Claire Kosewic     First Place     Alumna makes waves at US Naval Academy

NEWSPUB review writing
Julia-Rose Kibben     Third Place     Life before death

ONLINE breaking news story
Claire Kosewic    Honorable mention    CSH, SHHS have program day to encourage gender equality

2016 Annual San Francisco Peninsula Press Club
Student Journalism Awards

Staff     Second Place     Racial insensitivity triggers community discussion

Web site content
Staff     Third Place     The Broadview

General Excellence/Newspaper
Third Place     The Broadview

California Press Women
April 25, 2016

Column Writing 
Liana Lum     First Place    Teens need to take notice, Improper use of mobility aids degrading, offensive
Alyssa Alvarez     Third Place    View from the stands/Ability over image

Kristina Cary     Third Place     Bingeing can lead to unhealthy lifestyle
Kristina Cary     Honorable Mention    Feminism is not just a case for women, men

Feature Story
Kendra Harvey     Second Place    Self-exams save lives through early detection of breast cancer
Julia-Rose Kibben     Second Place     Makeup labels only go skin-deep
Claire Kosewic     Second Place     Alumna makes waves at USNA
Liana Lum     Second Place     Misunderstandings surrounding feminism lead to new terms
Liana Lum     Second Place     Ribbons mislead consumers
Liana Lum     Second Place     Shaming is limiting. Period.
Liana Lum      Second Place Alumna makes movie on Syrian border focusing on impact of happiness
Neely Metz     Second Place    Workers pay the price for fast fashion
Lisabelle Panossian     Second Place     Protecting privacy online
India Thieriot     Second Place     Dinner is a meal best served with family
Neely Metz     Third Place     Toxic friends diminsh relationships
Neely Metz     Third Place     Kill the conversation
Neely Metz     Third Place     Multitasking both helpful, distracting
Lisabelle Panossian     Third Place     Being the odd girl out
Lisabelle Panossian     Third Place     Guardian of the front gates
Lisabelle Panossian     Third Place     Female comedians get serious about gender equality
India Thieriot     Third Place     Youth Should be Seen and Heard
Julia-Rose Kibben     Honorable Mention     Puppies ‘ruff’ and tumble on football field

Graphics/Photo Illustration   
Kendra Harvey     Honorable Mention     Self-exams save lives through early detection of breast cancer
Kendra Harvey     Third Place     Getting a’head’ of concussions
Asha Khanna     Third Place     Malware infects digital hardware

News Writing         
Alyssa Alvarez     Third Place     Service project bypasses borders
Asha, Khanna     Second Place     Malware infects digital hardware
Julia-Rose Kibben     Honorable Mention     Two teen girls dominate the virtual sports world

Opinion Writing
Lisabelle Panossian     Second Place     West Mourned, East Ignored

Julia-Rose Kibben     Second Place     Exhibit explores Amy Winehouse’s rise to fame

Single-Page Layout
Kendra Harvey     Honorable Mention     Be the ‘breast’ you can be

Sports Story
Asha, Khanna     Third Place     Athletes prioritize school for college

JEA/NSPA 2016 Spring Convention in Los Angeles

National Scholastic Press Association Hall of Fame induction for over a decade of sustained excellence

2016 First Amendment Press Freedom Award (Awarded to Convent HS for all of its publications)

2016 Online Pacemaker FinalistDSC_0755

2016 Best of Show First Place Newspaper Tabloid 16 or Fewer for the Feb. 4, 2016 edition
Judge’s Comments: The top choice had strong writing, contemporary stories and a clean design. Overall, there was a strong use of graphics tied to the verbal content. Students approached controversial topics and there was a strong focus on the lives of the students.

2016 Best of Show Second Place Website Small School (<1500 students)
Judge’s Comments: The second place winner Broadview had good story variety with strong headlines. They were also had a very organized system of topics on the site.

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Awards and recognitions 2015-2019