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Journalism Class Hosts Student Reporters From Cleveland School of the Arts

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CSA students toured BHS with stops at Benny's Spirit Shop and the TV production studio. Photo courtesy of Kate Klonowski

CSA students toured BHS with stops at Benny's Spirit Shop and the TV production studio. Photo courtesy of Kate Klonowski

CSA students toured BHS with stops at Benny's Spirit Shop and the TV production studio. Photo courtesy of Kate Klonowski

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The journalism class hosted a group of student journalists from Cleveland School of the Arts on Thursday, Oct. 26.

The CSA students are visiting schools for a reporting project on school report cards.

Beachwood students enjoyed getting to know the guests.

“It was one of the coolest experiences I’ve ever had as a Beachwood student,” BHS senior Max Alter said.

“It was nice to see students from a different background come to Beachwood and truly show an interest in our education, and for us to be able to reciprocate that feeling,” he added.

CSA students shared some of the unique aspects of their school, an arts academy that requires auditions for admittance.

“We have lots of performances, like raps, fashion and art shows,” CSA sophomore Makiya Hart said.

“We get to paint murals on the walls,” CSA sophomore Trinity Stewart said.

CSA students were impressed by the resources that Beachwood students have access to, and the freedoms students have to wear what they want and go off campus for lunch.

CSA students were impressed by the resources that Beachwood students have access to, and the freedoms students have to wear what they want and go off campus for lunch.”

Here are some of the talented students that journalism students had the opportunity to meet:

  • Sophomore Trinity Stewart wants to become a comic book artist and would like to attend The Cleveland Institute for Arts for college.
  • Sophomore Ariana Rodgers is a Literary Arts major. She became interested in attending CSA after her eighth grade English teacher suggested the school for her, citing that she ‘had a gift’ in writing music.
  • Sophomore Lonari Timothy has wanted to attend Cleveland School of the Arts since the fifth grade. She eventually auditioned and was admitted as a literary arts major.
  • Sophomore Christina  Robinson is a graphic artist who uses mixed media and focuses on her drawing.
  • Deija Vinson is a CSA senior majoring in literary arts. She is active in Twelve Literary and Performing Arts Inkubator in the Waterloo Arts district in Cleveland. Vinson has attended summer writing workshops at The University of Pennsylvania and The University of Iowa. For her senior capstone project, she is writing a poetry chapbook focusing on the steps of healing depicted symbolically through the seasons.

CSA students attended a number of BHS English and social studies classes and participated in a roundtable discussion with journalism students. They toured the high school, with stops at Benny’s Spirit Shop and the TV production studio.

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