Gretna Media

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The publications of Gretna High School aim to inform, challenge, and entertain members of the school’s community and beyond. Through an online website (, a quarterly student life magazine (The Vanguard), a print newspaper (The Voice), yearbook (The Dragon) and a broadcast channel on YouTube (GNN, Gretna News Network). Gretna Media students aim to use their diverse skills, backgrounds, and connections to not only develop their own journalistic experiences, but also to expose audiences to new ideas, to the surrounding community, and to the relevant information they need to succeed in a rapidly changing world.

The website was created in October 2019 after many years of planning. Gretna Media students made it their mission to provide an immediate, electronic link to not only the students and staff of the school, but also the public to provide news, entertainment, sports, and features coverage that previously was only available in print format.

As the website is in its infancy stage, the Gretna Media hosts primarily the written word and photography, but it is the goal of the media students to broaden their journalistic skills and produce video features and broadcasts of sporting, cultural and newsworthy events in the near future.

All images, videos, and stories contained on the site are the property of Gretna High School student media students unless otherwise credited; any reproduction must have the consent of GHS Journalism adviser or administration.

For questions or concerns contact adviser Gretchen Graham Baijnauth at [email protected].  Other kudos, comments, criticisms, or corrections, can be directed to [email protected]

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