August 2017 Saint Paul Magazine

Although Saint Paul Magazine is no longer publishing a print edition, this month we are featuring some final stories on several interesting education topics.  You’ll meet Lily Finn, David Moberg, Eleanor O’Callaghan and Kayla Williams, four students from Saint Paul who share some of their favorites with us and preview what’s next.  Michael Houston, a math teacher from Humboldt High School, was in the running for Education Minnesota’s Teacher of the Year and he shares his story with us.  We’ll also catch up with some talented film students from Gordon Parks High School. These and a few other stories comprise our final editorial content for Saint Paul Magazine.  We’re proud to end on a high note.

Thanks for reading,

Julie Pfitzinger

Editor, Saint Paul Magazine

Four Saint Paul students tell us about their dreams, their influences and who would play them in a Netflix series.
The high school channels traditional subjects through the visual arts—challenging students to think creatively and engage on the local level.
Hamline University’s newspaper stands in as a journalism program, and it works.
Program offers creative outlet, discovery for senior citizens.
Saint Paul high schools team up with Hiway Federal Credit Union to teach students about money matters.
Harding High School teacher Michael Houston is an Education Minnesota Teacher of the Year nominee.