St. Thomas Proudly Honored by National School Public Relations Association for ‘Eagles’ Nest’ Winter 2017

St. Thomas is extremely proud to be recognized by the prestigious National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA) for the Eagles’ Nest Winter 2017 publication – the only private school among five honorees to accept Honorable Mention distinction and one of only three private institutions nationally to receive acclaim in the Magazine category.

Rescue Recover Rebuild Rejoice – Eagle Strong In The Year Of Hurricane Harvey vividly recounted the compelling personal trials and accounts from the St. Thomas community during the shattering developments and aftermath of an unprecedented weather crisis.

Eagle Strong conveyed an inspiring standard of grit and resilience that distinguished and dignified our constituents delivering their best during the worst of times, the most severe rainfall event in recorded United States history that devastated the Greater Houston area with torrential rains and flooding in August 2017.

The NSPRA program received more than 1,000 entries this year and St.Thomas was selected among those recipients judged for national recognition for district and school communication efforts.  Since 1935, NSPRA has provided school communication training and services to school leaders throughout the United States, Canada, and the U.S. Dependent Schools worldwide.

This esteemed acknowledgement from NSPRA comes during a recent four-year media surges where St. Thomas has witnessed a significant upgrade in digital content and it’s publications. These efforts have led to an unprecedented growth in social media that includes extraordinary results in reach, impressions, and engagement on multiple channels including sths.org, Facebook and Twitter.

Eagle supporters are to be saluted for the active participation in raising the presence of St. Thomas and growing an ever-powerful educational brand throughout not only Houston but the state and region.

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