KEN Wins Another Award

For the fourth consecutive year, Syosset High School's KEN Literary and Art Magazine received first-place recognition in the American Scholastic Press Association Contest. Named after the definition of one’s range of knowledge, sight or perspective, KEN received the most points of any other magazine in the contest. Judges take into account creativity, page design, layout, cover design and overall content.  

“The students are thrilled with the recognition and the awards," said KEN adviser Tracey Brice, who oversees a staff of 30 students who worked on the magazine. KEN is published at the end of every school year. Brice is pictured here with many of the magazine’s contributors, displaying their award.