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Season Information 2016-17
Entry Deadline (received by)
June 15


VHSL State Championships

Lisa Giles, VHSL Assistant Director, 434-977-8475

VHSL Media Championships
Monday, Oct. 3 - Greater Richmond Convention Center, Richmond
Wednesday, Oct. 5 - Sheraton Roanoke Hotel & Conference Center, Roanoke
Thursday, Oct. 6 - Fredericksburg Expo & Conference Center, Fredericksburg

 

Info for Participating Schools

ONLINE RULES CLINICS
Online rules clinics will be offered during the months of September and October and are available 24 hours a day.  Clinics must be completed by midnight on October 31 to receive attendance credit.

Media Rules Clinic

 

2015-16 Multimedia Contest - Broadcast Contest Finalists
Broadcast Evaluation Entry Form

Multimedia Contest Entry Form
Broadcast Criteria Booklet (informational purposes only)


Event Safety Protocol

Non-member school event safety protocol guide


Past Results

2014-15
2013-14
2012-13
2011-12
2010-11


History

DID YOU KNOW -- Publications (online news, broadcasting, literary/art magazine, newsmagazine, yearbook and newspaper) are the only activities in which multiple schools in a Group may emerge as state champions, since publications are evaluated and ranked against a set of criteria, and not other publications. 

Since 1995, the VHSL has also recognized schools that have received five Trophy Class rankings within a seven-year period by awarding them with the Charles E. Savedge Award for Sustained Excellence in Scholastic Journalism.

The VHSL has offered evaluation services for literary magazines since 1926, when the only school to receive the Trophy Class was E. C. Glass High School of Lynchburg.  Online news and broadcasting launched in the fall of 2012.


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