Milton Magazine earned a grand gold medal, one of only three medals awarded nationwide this year by CASE (the Council for Advancement and Support of Education) to independent schools for alumni magazine excellence – and the only grand gold medal, which signifies an entry as a model of excellence for peer schools. In 2004 and 2003, the magazine won a gold and silver medal respectively, and each year that award was the highest designation in the category.
Milton Magazine, formerly the Milton Bulletin, has been in continuous publication since May 1920. Through quality writing and photography, and the discussion of important and thought-provoking ideas, it seeks to increase awareness of the School’s sustained excellence and distinguishing features. It celebrates the role of alumni in public life and in the life of the School. The magazine tracks Milton’s history, while increasing awareness of the School’s traditions and highlighting new developments.
“Milton graduates are thinkers and activists, often prominent in their respective fields. Featuring them and their work – and connecting that to the Academy’s life today is a gratifying process,” said Cathy Everett, communications director and magazine editor.
Milton Magazine is produced by the communications office, which also produces the Academy Web site.