Start posting your stories on HS Insider in three easy steps:
Step 1: Identify a HS Insider adviser
A HS Insider adviser is usually a journalism, English, Spanish or social studies teacher (but can be any educator) at a school or a program manager at an education organization that wants to support young people in sharing their stories with the world. Being a HS Insider adviser is a minimal time commitment and the level of engagement is up to the adviser themselves.
This HS Insider Adviser Guide can be sent to potential advisers and provides an overview of the program. If they have more questions, ask them to direct questions to Molly Heber at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you find an adviser, please send their name and email address along with your permission slip (Step 2).
Step 2: Send us a permission slip
Each student who wants to participate must turn in a permission slip. Students who are under 18 must have permission from their parent or guardian. Permission slips can be completed online or printed out and sent to HS Insider:
- Online permission slips for students under 18 can be completed here or over 18 here.
- Paper permission slips for students under 18 [English / Spanish] or over 18 [English / Spanish]. Students can take a picture and email it to email@example.com.
Step 3: Request a visit from LA Times staff
High School Insider staff are able to schedule video calls with classes or groups of students who are interested in sharing their stories on our platform and learning about our other events and opportunities. Schedule a call by emailing three dates and times that would work for your group to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you want to present to your class, check out the 2020-2021 school visit presentation here.