La Vista Newspaper

La Vista is the student newspaper of Mira Costa High School, serving all Mira Costa students, grades 9-12, since 1950, when it was founded as Mira Costa’s first student organization. La Vista publishes 10 issues per school year on an approximately four-week basis and distributes about 2,500 copies to the student body on campus and 500 to subscribers and the community.

The student-run organization is a hybrid news source and is associated with the Columbia Scholastic Press Association.  They have been received the following prestigious awards:  2016-17 Silver Crown and Gold Medalist, 2015-16 Silver Crown and Gold Medalist, 2014-15 Silver Crown and Gold Medalist, 2013-14 Gold Medalist.

La Vista travels to NY for the Columbia Scholastic Press Association!

Eight editors from La Vista traveled to New York for four days to attend the Columbia Scholastic Press Association Spring Convention. Students attended sessions and panels surrounding different aspects of newspapers such as writing and design, and met with other students from publications across the country.

La Vista receives Silver Crown award for 3rd consecutive year!

Twelve students from La Vista traveled to Columbia University in New York City to attend the Annual Columbia Scholastic Press Association Spring Convention where they, with advisor Ms. Keely Gabbert and former advisor Mr. Mike McAvin accepted the prestigious Silver Crown Award. This is La Vista’s third consecutive year winning…
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