The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School newspaper, The High School View, took home numerous awards at the recent New England Scholastic Press Association ceremony, including the All-New England title for class III newspaper (classes are determined by number of students in the school).

Six student leaders attended the conference held at Boston University: Nikeya Tankard, editor-in-chief; Olivia MacPherson, assistant editor-in-chief; Brady Vought, photography editor; Lulu White, art editor; and staff writers Natalie Wambui and Anina Garvin.

Additional awards received were the Highest Achievement Award for the newspaper; Special Achievement Award for a Feature Story (Community Chess Night promotes competition across all ages, by Finn Robinson); Special Achievement Award for a News Story (Vineyard Wind visits career pathways class by Finn Robinson); and Special Achievement Award for a News Story (Seniors face FAFSA delays by Nikeya Tankard).

The High School View is prepared by students at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School and published during the school year as a page in The Martha’s Vineyard Times. Regional high school English teachers Kate Hennigan and Rachel Schubert serve as the newspaper’s co-advisers.

“The High School View is currently a completely extracurricular club, so it’s quite an accomplishment what students produce every week,” Ms. Hennigan said. “I am endlessly inspired by their dedication and the way they’re intrinsically motivated and doing something they really believe in. I’m really proud of them.”