Become Part of the Legacy
The mission of the Foxfire magazine is to empower students to share their voice and visions with an audience beyond the classroom by providing a platform for creative expression and investigations into the world around them. Foxfire is committed to inclusiveness and accessibility to all, regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, religion, disability, sexual orientation, age, or national origin. Let your voice be heard! Contribute to the Foxfire magazine.
Are you a high school student who loves to write and create?
Consider submitting your work for publication in the peer-edited Foxfire magazine. With over 600 subscribers nationwide, Foxfire is all about highlighting the creativity of students just like you!
Here’s what you need to know:
- We are looking for student-created content to feature in our bi-annual magazine. We accept:
- Articles and essays
- Creative writing
- Content can be created by individual or multiple students, or as a collaborative effort with class and teacher. Materials can be from inside or outside classroom activities.
If you’re interested in getting published, email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info! Deadline for submissions for Winter 2022 is November 1, 2022.
Want to Get More Involved?
The Foxfire Summer Leadership Program is a six-week summer experience for high school students that promotes skills to succeed in post-secondary education. Students will receive hands-on training in journalism, writing, audio/visual technologies, historical crafts, and so much more! The leadership program is a paid experience for up to 12 Rabun County students*. Students will have the opportunity to work on magazine publication and other projects that align with the team’s interests.
*Students must be permanent residents of Rabun County, Georgia
Applications for Summer 2022 now available!
The Foxfire Magazine
The legacy of the first Foxfire class continues today through the creation of the Foxfire Magazine. With over 600 subscribers, this magazine continues to impact communities near and far. Cultural journalism and participant observation studies conducted throughout the summer provide students with material to compile the magazine. In addition to this publication, students often have leftover material which they can use to create other forms of digital and physical media, such as videos, radio broadcasts, art, and podcasts.
Explore the original magazine here.