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Flint Hill School Wins Design & Communications Awards

Flint Hill School has earned recognition for delivering clear, concise, and creative messages to its school community and prospective families. The Council for the Advancement and Support of Education, District III (CASE III) announced Flint Hill as awardees in three categories: graphic design, annual fund publication, and magazine. Award winners were named at the organization’s annual conference, in Orlando, in mid-February. All of the awards are listed on the CASE III website.

The annual fund publication, called "Spring Clean Shave," won the top prize—a Gold Award. And the Award of Excellence—second place—was earned both for design of the "Mr. Roboto" cover on the Flint Hill School Magazine (winter 2012-13 issue) and the writing, editing, tone, voice and professional execution of the entire spring 2013 issue of the magazine, featuring the "scaffolding of learning."

CASE III covers the southeastern United States region, and their membership comprises approximately 900 schools, predominantly colleges and universities. "This achievement, being recognized among the top of highly respected educational institutions, reflects the emphasis we place on the quality of our school’s overall message," said Headmaster John Thomas. "Our communications aim to capture the essence of our school’s mission, vision, values, and to bring to life the spirit that makes Flint Hill School a special place. We are grateful for the acknowledgement."