Student Publications

Students work diligently throughout the school year to share their news, opinions, and creativity with the Austin community through several avenues, all of which are available in digital formats. We hope you enjoy our publications, which give you a glimpse into student life.

The Legend

Produced since the 1960's, Austin's student newspaper The Legend has now moved online. Through The Legend, students learn multimedia journalism and publish a wide variety of stories, with content covering school events, sports, national events, and other student interests. All grades and experience levels are welcome to produce content for the club. For more information contact Mrs. Katie Brenninkmeyer at


Tolle Lege

Austin Prep's Literary magazine, Tolle Lege, encourages students to develop their talents in the arts and writing, and raise student voices in our school community. Some of the contents include flash fiction, poetry, digital and traditional art and photography, student manifestos, short stories, and even an excerpt from a novel. If you are inspired to write, draw, and create, please join us as we create a community of readers, writers and artists at Austin. For more information contact Mrs. Putney at

Click the link below to read the 2019 version of Tolle Lege

Tolle Lege

APS Media

APS Media is Austin Prep's filmmaking club. All grades and experience levels are welcome to produce content for the club. Students learn how to use professional level equipment and software. Students publish their work on APS Media’s YouTube channel and participate in various student film festivals. Students of the club help plan and organize the Austie Awards, Austin Prep’s own video award show. For more information contact Ms. Schefen at For a preview of feature videos, please visit the link below. 

APS Media

101 Willow Street  •  Reading, MA 01867
Phone: (781) 944 - 4900  •  Fax: (781) 944 - 7530

Austin Preparatory School is a Catholic private school in Reading, MA for Middle School and High School students in grades 6-12. We seek to cultivate the hearts and minds of our young students and provide an environment in which our students can successfully learn, grow, and develop beyond the classroom.

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