Student Voice Matters

Private School Journalism Association

Private School Journalism Association

Private School Journalism Association

Private School Journalism Association


If you would like advice or support from PSJA, please contact Director David Cutler. He is also available for video chats and phone calls. If you live in the Greater Boston area, he is also able to do site visits.

If you’re an experienced journalism adviser at a private school in another region, and you would like to volunteer to help PSJA assist other schools, PSJA would also like to hear from you. Please fill out the form below.

Other Resources

Most scholastic journalism organizations offer critique services, awards, conferences, and workshops for newspapers, literary magazines, yearbooks, and digital news sites. For schools just beginning to get serious about student publications, PSJA recommends joining at least one national and one local organization.

The membership fee is well worth the investment, especially if you take advantage of the offerings.

If you represent a scholastic journalism organization that doesn’t appear below, please contact NSPA Director David Cutler.

National Organizations

Columbia Scholastic Press Association 

National Scholastic Press Association 

Journalism Education Association 

Quill and Scroll

Regional Organizations

For a list of local scholastic organizations, as well as other helpful resources, please visit this page from the National Scholastic Press Association. If you are in New England, PSJA strongly recommends joining the New England Scholastic Press Association, which costs just $50 a year.