For the fifth consecutive year, Blackbaud K–12 websites were honored in the annual WebAwards. Congratulations to Xaverian for winning Outstanding Website and to Northwest Academy, Ransom Everglades School and Sewickley Academy, for earning Education Standard of Excellence honors.

The WebAwards are a prestigious and competitive competition hosted by the Web Marketing Association. A panel of independent industry experts judge the websites on a 0–10 point scale in seven categories—Design, Innovation, Content, Technology, Interactivity, Copywriting, and Ease of Use. The top-scoring website in each category receives Best in Industry; sites with a score over 60 points are awarded Outstanding Website; Standard of Excellence recognizes sites that scored above the average for all entries in the category. Standard of Excellence recognizes sites that scored above the average for all entries in the category.

The winning Blackbaud K–12 websites were entered into the Education category, where they were judged against other private schools, colleges and universities, and education-themed sites. These four sites all utilized Blackbaud K–12’s professional-level design and strategic consulting services, and are powered by our content management solution for private schools, Blackbaud School Website System™.

Northwest Academy

 

Northwest Academy is a progressive independent middle and high school college preparatory program in Portland, Oregon.

Ransom Everglades School

 

Ransom Everglades School is a coeducational, college preparatory day school for grades 6 – 12 located on two campuses in Coconut Grove, Florida.

Sewickley Academy

 

Sewickley Academy is Pittsburgh’s oldest independent coeducational school in Sewickley, Pennsylvania.

Xaverian

 

Xaverian is a Catholic, college preparatory school for students in grades 6-12 in Brooklyn, New York.

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