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Burlington High School's Register Makes News 

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Look no further than Burlington High School to find New England's best student newspaper. In May, BHS's student-run Register beat out hundreds of competitors to win best in its class at the New England Scholastic Press Association spring conference at Boston University. "This award is truly the pinnacle for what has been a remarkable year," said senior editor Alexandre Silberman (pictured second to left) via email. The paper also raked in a Highest Achievement award and 10 others for individual video, photo, news- and feature-writing work. Its coverage of the Burlington teacher contract negotiations attracted attention from the wider Burlington community. "I'm proud of our staff," Silberman said. "We've turned what had been a weak, occasional print paper into a robust multiplatform news organization."

Read the Register online at bhsregister.com.

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