The Center for Scholastic Journalism is only one organization that seeks to support the work of high school journalists and their instructors and advisers.
Other National Scholastic Journalism Programs
- American Society of News Editors Youth Journalism Initiative provides journalism-related training and resources for teachers and students across the curriculum.
- Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Scholastic Journalism Division provides a liaison between secondary school journalism teachers/media advisers and college-level journalism educators.
- Columbia Scholastic Press Association is an international association whose goal is to unite student journalists and faculty advisers at schools and colleges through educational conferences, idea exchanges, textbooks, critiques and award programs.
- Dow Jones News Fund emphasizes education for students and educators as part of their mission to promote careers in journalism.
- Journalism Education Association is the largest scholastic journalism membership organization for teachers and advisers.
- National Scholastic Press Association is a membership organization exclusively for high school publications - yearbooks, newspapers, magazines, broadcast programs, and online publications whose services include national high school journalism conventions, contests and scholarships, a publication critique service.
- Quill and Scroll is the international honorary society for high school journalists that seeks to encourage and recognize individual student achievement in journalism and academics.
- Radio Television Digital News Foundation High School Broadcast Journalism Project promotes broadcast journalism by helping high schools establishing and maintain outstanding high school journalism projects.
- Student Press Law Center is the nation's only legal assistance agency devoted exclusively to educating high school and college journalists about the rights and responsibilities embodied in the First Amendment and supporting the student news media in their struggle to cover important issues free from censorship.