Hannah Magraw, a Junior and a Literary Magazine editor, was awarded the Governor's Award for Excellence in Writing. Only one student in the entire state received this award, Hannah was honored at an Awards Ceremony at the Governor's Mansion on Monday, April 25th. Her work will be on display in the mansion for the next month. Hannah is pictured here with Adviser Marva Hutchinson at the ceremony.
Three Literary Magazine students have won National Medals in the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.
Samantha Claypoole, Senior, won a Gold Medal and a Silver Medal for Poetry.
Bhargavi Bhaskar, Senior, won a Silver Medal for Poetry
Abigail Scheper, Senior, won a Silver Medal for Humor
As a Gold Medalist, Samantha Claypoole will be honored at the National Awards Ceremony at Carnegie Hall in New York City on June 2, 2016.
Providence High School's Literary Magazine, Roars and Whispers, was awarded a Silver Crown from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association at their 92nd annual Scholastic Convention. The Awards Convocation for Scholastic Crown recipients took place on Friday, March 18th in New York City. CSPA, an international student press association, awards Crowns based on the general excellence of a magazine as shown by their design, photography, concept, coverage and writing.
All PHS students are encouraged to submit art and photography.
All PHS students are encouraged to submit writing.
Pre-order a copy of the 2021 edition of Roars and Whispers below. Publication package includes literary magazine and personalized yearbook. Search Providence High and click on YB.
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Roars and Whispers is the poetic voice of Providence High School.Whether through the strength of our roars or the softness of our whispers, we will be heard.