Syosset High School Student Magazine Recognized with Excellence Award


Syosset High School’s KEN Literary Magazine has been recognized with a 2021 National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) Recognizing Excellence in Art and Literary Magazine (REALM) Award.

KEN Literary Magazine Editor-in-Chief Sabrina Guo (center) poses with club officers Nandini Singh, Shirley Zhu, and the 2021-22 club members. (Photo courtesy of the Syosset Central School District)

The annual student art and literary magazine, under the leadership of club officers Sabrina Guo, Nandini Singh and Shirley Zhu, and faculty advisor Tracey Brice, received a designation of “Excellent” for their 2021 edition “Make Your Voice Matter.” It was one of five Long Island high school publications to receive this designation.

The REALM program recognizes excellence in student produced literary publications at the middle school, high school and university levels, and provides encouragement for all schools to develop literary magazines that celebrate the art and craft of writing.

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