Archer Wins Fifth Press Freedom Award for Supporting Student Media

In February, Archer received the First Amendment Press Freedom award for the fifth year in a row for supporting its student journalists.
Only eight other schools received this year's award, which recognizes private and public high schools that actively support, teach, and protect First Amendment rights while encouraging a student-run media where students can make all final decisions of content.
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