The Indiana High School Press Association has named the 2018 Cathedran yearbook one of seven finalists in the annual Hoosier Star competition, which honors the state’s best high school yearbooks and newspapers.
Schools submit their yearbooks in an initial round of judging, according to Ryan Gunterman, the executive director of the Indiana High School Press Association. Books that are deemed excellent or superior are named Hoosier Star finalists, and another round of judging then determines the Hoosier Star recipients, with winners to be announced Oct. 18 at Franklin College at the press association’s annual convention.
Cathedral competes in Division II for schools with enrollments between 1,001 and 2,000. Other high schools in the division with Hoosier Star finalist yearbooks are Mooresville, Munster, Plainfield, Plymouth, Richmond and Roncalli.
Myra Miller ’18, now a freshman at Kenyon College, and Gabi Hanahan ’18, a freshman at Notre Dame, served as the co-editors of the 2018 Cathedran. This marks the fourth time in the last five years the Cathedral High School yearbook has been named a Hoosier Star finalist.