2009-01-02 / Education

St. Peter's students study The Star

By Warner M. Montgomery Warner@TheColumbiaStar.com

(l-r) Luke Magalhaes, Myles Bell, Liam Aiden Tourney, Victor Kelly, and Kara Love test their story line that "Extreme exists." (l-r) Luke Magalhaes, Myles Bell, Liam Aiden Tourney, Victor Kelly, and Kara Love test their story line that "Extreme exists." The Computer Club at St. Peter's Catholic School began their study of journalism on December 2. Dr. Warner M. Montgomery,

publisher of The Columbia

Star, and Eric Davis, president of Future Tech and sponsor of the club, demonstrated how a newspaper is designed, laid out, and published.

The students wrote stories that were published with photographs in a sample digital newspaper. Should they decide to publish a school newspaper, they have full rights to call

it The St. Peter's Star.


(l-r) Clover Robichaud, Andrea Robichaud, Chloe Tomblin, and Cleo Ogburu were overjoyed to write about what girls love about life. (l-r) Clover Robichaud, Andrea Robichaud, Chloe Tomblin, and Cleo Ogburu were overjoyed to write about what girls love about life. (l-r) William Thigpen, Michael Ogburu, Hao Nguyen, and Kirk Nguyen prepare to write a story entitled, "We are Rock Stars." (l-r) William Thigpen, Michael Ogburu, Hao Nguyen, and Kirk Nguyen prepare to write a story entitled, "We are Rock Stars."

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