Meet clay’s Senior Editors for the 2022-2023 school year! Hey everyone! I’m Dianna Pledger, a senior from Florida. This will be my sixth year with TPS and my third year with clay. I’m taking AP Calculus AB, AP Spanish, AP U.S. Government, Belhaven High Scholars Year 2, and Constitutional Law. In […]
clay Magazine is an online magazine of commentary, news, essays, satire, interviews, cartoons, and discussion. Started over a decade ago as a monthly publication called The Cracked Pot, clay Magazine’s mission is to help the young authors, journalists, editors, and content creators of The Potter’s School to refine their skills, share their work with the community, and use their talents to glorify our Creator. clay Magazine publishes on each Monday of the month from September to May, and exciting new content from each column will be featured each week. We hope you will join our community and support our fantastic staff by visiting clay Magazine often.
Meet Kenzie Young, clay’s seventeen-year-old Engagement Manager! She was born in Arkansas, but her family moved to Turkey when she was almost 8, and they have lived there for the last 9 years. When asked what her favorite thing about Turkey was, she said she loves the people there because […]
She hails from San Antonio; she loves to hike; but she hates noisy bathroom hand dryers. Welcome to the staff, Hope Berry! If you’re ever trying to find Hope, she’s probably outside. Whether skiing in the mountains of Colorado, competing in tennis tournaments, or biking around town, Hope is always […]
Meet Corinna Choi, clay’s new Historical Serial Story Columnist! Coming from the suburbs of Chicago, Illinois, Corinna, her younger sister, and her parents are avid travelers. They have visited several different states in the United States and have been to Canada many times and once to South Korea. If she […]
Meet Emma Chung, an almost fifteen-year-old from Asia and this year’s Christian Novella columnist! As a tenth grader, she will be returning to TPS for her sixth year and taking two classes: Physics with Mr. Edgren and Advanced Composition with Mrs. Thomas. Emma decided to be the Christian Novella columnist […]