Jordan's Literary Magazine Wins National Honors

Jordan High School's literary/art magazine, Stylus, has received two national awards. The publication won First Place with Special Merit from the American Scholastic Press Association. Only eight high schools in the nation with student populations greater than 2,500 earned this award. The National Scholastic Press Association awarded Stylus 2000 a rating of First Class with three Marks of Distinction for content, writing and editing, and for photography, art and graphics. Stylus 2000 co-editors are seniors Navy Yort and Jennylyn Mercado. Stylus adviser is Devon Day.