The Blackman Voice


Our Purpose: The intent of The Blackman Voice is to educate, inform, entertain, and present issues in order to expose the student body and community members to thoroughly researched and accurately written information. The Blackman Voice provides a forum for students, faculty, advertisers, and community members.

The Blackman Voice newspaper began in the fall of 2000 when Blackman High School opened in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, a suburban area just southeast of Nashville.

Our initial goal was to create an actual student newspaper, one that students oversaw on a daily basis, from making story and photo assignments to editing, designing, and managing all of the production and management decisions. During the first year, editions were printed on copy paper. The Blackman Voice was printed on newsprint from the fall of 2001 until April 2015.

We moved online in December 2015 and also produce two print editions a year. Our current goal is to bring more of a community feel and involvement to The Blackman Voice.

Please direct any communications or questions to [email protected] or to @theVoiceBHS on Twitter.