Bosse High School Magazine Receives Superior Rating




EVSCThe National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) recently awarded Imagery a rank of Superior, as part of the organization’s Program to Recognize Excellence in Student Literary Magazines. Bosse is one of just two schools in Indiana to receive a Superior ranking.

“What is most commendable about our Imagery magazine is its power of bringing together students who normally would not interact with one another,” said Missy Feller, English teacher and Imagery advisor at Bosse. “It is truly an incredible experience to watch students take so much pride in the talent they are sometimes too shy to share with others.”

Imagery is an annual publication of Bosse High School’s Writers Guild. The magazine features photography, artwork, poetry, and prose from students and staff at Bosse High School. Copies of Imagery go back at least to 1989 and it was printed regularly until 1996. In 2009, Bosse’s Writers Guild revived the publication and has produced publications since then.

Last year’s Imagery included more than 80 works by students.  This year’s copy was print only, but past issues can be found online at