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2015 YEARBOOK YEARBOOK

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FORTY-FIVE high schools THREE middle schools NINE universities

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ALLEN HIGH SCHOOL Allen, Texas

theme: THE FINE PRINT bookname: The Eagle Adviser Kelly Juntunen EditorS Kylie Bowman & Kristen Nemeth REPRESENTATIVE Jim Anderson

4 Best of 2014 | Allen High School

comprehensive chronological coverage What is printed in very small type in a document is often the most important information. The Eagle staff encourages readers to examine Allen more closely to discover what matters most to the students. Within a chronological organization, well-written and thoroughly researched copy and captions capture and preserve the moments of the year.


Noteworthy: wellintegrated blended coverage supports chronological organization; folio (with headshot and quote) covers more students; well-written copy; good variation of caption leads.

Noteworthy: compelling reaction dominant photo; quote cut into large capital letter (fine print); “teaser� used to highlight coverage in section; black & white photo supports the concept of black ink on white paper.

Noteworthy: well-designed and well-written secondary coverage modules; secondary coverage features a variety of content and formats; well-researched facts and figures; 13 students quoted; blended coverage of student life, academics and organizations.

Allen High School | Best of 2014 5


ARLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL Arlington, Washington

theme: ALL FOR ONE 14ALL bookname: Stillaguamish Trail Adviser Anne Hayman Editor Hannah Dinero REPRESENTATIVE Kerri Smead

6 Best of 2014 | Arlington High School

innovative concept & format 2014. One Four. The Stillaguamish Trail saw the possibility of creating a very different book. To drive home the concept of 1-4-ALL, the staff printed four books contained in one case. Each book was branded with a color and covered a season of the year. Showstopper spreads break up a traditional look with unique designs.


Noteworthy: candid portraits of squad; photo collections with specific coverage angles; quotes capture personalities & experiences; COB photo anchored with theme graphic.

Noteworthy: provides overview & highlights of the season with quotes; secondary coverage modules; folio design; anecdotal quotes; stop-action photos.

Arlington High School | Best of 2014 7


BAYLOR UNIVERSITY Waco, Texas

theme: Baylor bookname: Round Up AdviserS Paul Carr & Julie Freeman Editor Derek Byrne REPRESENTATIVE Jim Anderson

8 Best of 2014 | Baylor University

story-telling photography Excellent photos tell stories, awaken feelings & share emotions. Photos in the Round Up capture moments ranging from quiet reflection to spirited engagement. Copy, carefully linked to the photos, emphasizes both the collective experience and individual involvement. These are the stories of campus life.


Noteworthy: tiled photo package shows a single moment from different perspectives; comprehensive photo coverage of an event; establishing shots present the “where” and “when” of the story.

Noteworthy: well-written alliterative headline; story told with facts & quotes; photos effectively illustrate the reunion of friends; well-researched feature.

Baylor University | Best of 2014 9


BELLAIRE HIGH SCHOOL Bellaire, Texas

theme: EMERGE bookname: Carillon Adviser Mica Segal Editors Patrick Golden Andrew Ling Penny Nguyen Max Zhang REPRESENTATIVES Ryan Almon Hal Schmidt

10 Best of 2014 | Bellaire High School

expansive coverage Every spread expands coverage with well-designed secondary coverage modules. In addition, the staff effectively uses color in headlines and module design to unify section design. Showstoppers present unique coverage showcased by innovative designs.


Noteworthy: use of quotes in captions; student profiles as alternative copy; well-anchored COB photos; whole-book link that includes more students and more personalities.

Noteworthy: secondary coverage explains refs’ hand signals; athlete’s profile recognizes individual accomplishments; effective use of partial cut-outs; alternative copy (season highlights).

Bellaire High School | Best of 2014 11


CLAUDIA TAYLOR JOHNSON HIGH SCHOOL San Antonio, Texas

theme: CUT OUT FOR IT bookname: The Citadel Adviser Velissa Jewett EditorS Lexi Wolff, Justice McClinton & Cassidy Curtis REPRESENTATIVE Kathi Hopkins

12 Best of 2014 | Claudia Taylor Johnson High School

chronological organization The Citadel staff has the necessary organizational skills to create a chronological book with fair & balanced coverage. The theme Cut Out for It is developed visually and verbally. The Hexagonal shapes, cut out of the cover, are repeated in varied ways throughout the book to create a unified whole.


Noteworthy: blended coverage of World Language Clubs; Quote alternative copy; variety of events covered (Wurzfest— German Club, Dia De Muertos, Goodwill charity event—Spanish Club). Noteworthy: clear identification of seniors; well-designed with varied formats; number of photos and the amount of copy regulated; variety of photo configurations.

Noteworthy: 40+ students pictured; varies photo content-large group, small group, 3s, pairs, individuals; before, during & after photos; well-researched captions with quotes.

Noteworthy: COB photos in secondary module; consistent head sizes; senior profile; recognizes academic accomplishments by covering a National Merit finalist invited to apply to MIT.

Claudia Taylor Johnson High School | Best of 2014 13


CLINT SMALL MIDDLE SCHOOL Austin, Texas

theme: [FOCUS] bookname: Silver Lining Adviser Jena Weber Editor Rhyan Patterson REPRESENTATIVE Stacy Mehrens

14 Best of 2014 | Clint Small Middle School

graphic theme development Visual motifs, distinctive type and graphics, are introduced on the cover and repeated on the theme pages (title page, opening, dividers) for visual continuity. Brackets and circles are seen throughout the book. Fonts are used effectively throughout.


Noteworthy: combination of portraits & showstopper; imaginative presentation of superlatives; use of emphasis type; well-anchored COB photos; use of props to illustrate designations; combined 6-8 grades.

Noteworthy: secondary coverage module with theme graphics; 13 students quoted; well-researched captions; complete captions: attention-getter (emphasis type), basic info (present tense), complementary info (past tense) + quote.

Noteworthy: secondary coverage modules: photo collection, matching; Q&A alternative copy format; use of 3-degrees of separation for emphasis & consistency; well-written primary & secondary headlines.

Clint Small Middle School | Best of 2014 15


FLOWER MOUND HIGH SCHOOL Flower Mound, Texas

theme: be bookname: The Legend Adviser Kathi Couch EditorS Mary Capua, Donna Dickey, Katie Gilroy & Kimberly Graydon REPRESENTATIVE Jim Anderson

16 Best of 2014 | Flower Mound High School

comprehensive coverage The Legend staff “let it be.” As a result, the theme uncovers the essence of the school, the year and the students. “Be” is beyond just existing or occupying space. Like the photos and captions in this book, “be” describes, identifies and amplifies what is. Secondary modules add more stories and more students for comprehensive coverage.


Noteworthy: semitransparent, green block supports the white type used for homecoming copy; complete homecoming coverage from pep rally to field coronation.

Noteworthy: caption lead-ins connect captions to pictures; use of quotes in captions; primary/secondary headline design; copy relates group’s accomplishments.

Noteworthy: secondary coverage with story & photo idents; verbal/visual connection between dominant & headline; colorful presentation; folio design.

Flower Mound High School | Best of 2014 17


FRANCIS HOWELL HIGH SCHOOL St. Charles, Missouri

theme: Big Book, Big Pictures. Big Year . . . bookname: Howelltonian Adviser Michele Dunaway Editor Alex Martin REPRESENTATIVE Liz Bardin

18 Best of 2014 | Francis Howell High School

theme developed with quotes, facts & figures The Howelltonian staff covers what’s BIG and provides specific information to prove it. With that in mind, copy is peppered with facts & figures. Headlines throughout the book emphasize BIG differences, accomplishments & activities. Dominant photos command attention with content & size. In addition, color is used masterfully in type, graphics & modules.


Noteworthy: BIG view of BIG game (championship); specific information about the fans; covers support personnel; locations & identifications of people marked by numbers; explains on-the-field action. Noteworthy: combined, well-defined coverage of JV and freshman football; secondary coverage with candid portraits & quotes; photo collection with captions; quotes in copy reflect students’ perspectives.

Noteworthy: academic coverage emphasizes students’ active involvement in the classroom (no drowsy shots of students at desks reading); records what was different about the year.

Noteworthy: colorful whole-book link questions students about big things: biggest fear, biggest thing they own, etc.; innovative approach to drama allows all six one-acts to be covered.

Francis Howell High School | Best of 2014 19


GLACIER PEAK HIGH SCHOOL Snohomish, Washington

theme: CURRENT bookname: The Edge Adviser Annie Green Editor Brendan Olsen REPRESENTATIVE Randy Elliott

20 Best of 2014 | Glacier Peak High School

innovative page design The theme CURRENT is supported by the energetic design that captures the moments of the 2013-14. Showstopper spreads include specific facts and figures, and he staff seizes opportunities to show individual & collective experiences. Because spreads have multiple visual entry points, there is always a reason to return to a spread five or six times to discover more. The contemporary cover design is deconstructed, providing graphic elements to include on spreads.


Noteworthy: calendar chronicles significant events in a month; well-anchored COB photos; effective informal balance; photo packages; graphic background treatment. Noteworthy: fun “photo-booth” buddy pics; pros & cons of Valentine’s Day; specific costs of gifts; well-integrated design elements.

Noteworthy: sports divider copy includes specifics about the seasons; theme-related words punched out of copy with a large, colorful, emphasis font.

Noteworthy: complete coverage of play; integration of theme graphics; leads & supporting actors covered; tiled photo package; geometric secondary coverage module.

Glacier Peak High School | Best of 2014 21


GRANITE BAY HIGH SCHOOL Granite Bay, California

theme: WE’LL tell YOU bookname: Ursus Adviser Bernadette Cranmer Editor Kristy Luong REPRESENTATIVE Shelly Townsend

22 Best of 2014 | Granite Bay High School

graphic design in theme development Conservative, gray linen wraps around three-quarters of the book then explodes into a raucous collection of words & phrases that capture the essence of the year. The unconventional font continues as a unifying device throughout the book. The Ursus staff tells us who they are, what they did and the how they acted and reacted to the events of the year.


Noteworthy: well-executed handwritten look; whole book link expands coverage; comprehensive coverage; well-written captions;12 students quoted on spread; variety of action in photos. Noteworthy: effective use of color; photo package; action photos; well-written copy & captions; surveys; facts & figures; primary/secondary headline design.

Noteworthy: specific opening copy; words set in color highlight why they are successful; positive tone; classroom shots mixed with sports & events; comprehensive coverage.

Noteworthy: coverage downplays royalty & concentrates on student body’s involvement; variety of activities covered; relevant, specific facts & figures; QR codes expand coverage and capture the action.

Granite Bay High School | Best of 2014 23


GREAT FALLS HIGH SCHOOL Great Falls, Montana

theme: REVOLUTION bookname: Roundup Adviser Linda Ballew EditorS Zoie Koostra & Alysha Camacho REPRESENTATIVE Jim Anderson

24 Best of 2014 | Great Falls High School

visual/verbal connections Headlines and dominant photos connect to the spreads’ messages. The reader is led naturally from the dominant photo to the headline & copy package. In addition, each headline is designed to convey the angle of the coverage. Photos, especially on theme pages, illustrate the revolution theme.


Noteworthy: primary/secondary headline desigcolor bars behind headline convey a sense of speed; strong photography; use of quotes in copy & captions; COB photos anchored at the top; QR code reports on the end of the season.

Noteworthy: closing brings the reader full circle; photo colorfully illustrates theme & connotes a finale; folio design repeats theme logo; small headline color-coordinated with photo; emphasis on photo, not copy.

Great Falls High School | Best of 2014 25


HARVARD-WESTLAKE SCHOOL Studio City, California

theme: CANDID bookname: Vox Populi Adviser Jen Bladen EditorS Katie Ehrlich & Jacob Pardo REPRESENTATIVE Corey Mundwiler

26 Best of 2014 | Harvard-Westlake School

innovative theme concept The Vox Populi developed the CANDID theme beyond the literal definition of unreservedly straightforward. The opening copy translates their Latin motto, Possunt quia posse videntur: “They can because they think they can,” from “The Aeneid.” They CAN & they DID. The chalk-like typographical treatment supports the tone. Clever changes to the theme elements keep the reader want more.


Noteworthy: big picture design effectively presents a large group in a candid environment; group experience is contrasted with the individual experience (covered in photo collection).

Noteworthy: beautiful, stylish typography; a real showstopper; dynamic use of color; clever play on the word “fanantics� in primary & secondary headlines.

Noteworthy: well-designed primary and secondary headline; scoreboard contains dates, W/L, opponent & score; photos capture a wide range of action.

Harvard-Westlake School | Best of 2014 27


HELENA HIGH SCHOOL Helena, Montana

theme: better look TWICE bookname: Vigilante Adviser Christine Noel Editor Tanner Sheehan REPRESENTATIVE David Honnold

28 Best of 2014 | Helena High School

distinctive theme design The theme’s visual presentation is introduced on the cover with type, shapes and color. Because the theme is better look TWICE, the Vigilante used two colors, two shapes & two fonts (serif & sans serif). Graphic motifs and type presentation are repeated throughout the book. .


Noteworthy: use of contrasting type; quotes in captions; a number of students & groups represented; use of partial cut-outs; effective use of color.

Noteworthy: quote box design; story-telling quotes; fun interactive module; folio design reflects theme design; quotes in captions.

Helena High School | Best of 2014 29


HENDRICKSON HIGH SCHOOL Pflugerville, Texas

theme: MOMENTUM bookname: The Talon Adviser Kari Riemer Editor Hiep Ly REPRESENTATIVE Jim Anderson

30 Best of 2014 | Hendrickson High School

distinctive graphic theme presentation Colors, type & shapes on the cover move the reader into the contents of the book. They gather MOMENTUM with the visual motifs repeating in headlines, folios, transparencies, backgrounds & graphics. The Talon staff creates a distinctive look & tone to capture and preserve the moments of their lives.


Noteworthy: photo effect (transparency runs behind subject in foreground); overview of summer section; word clusters in varied colors; use of theme visual motifs.

Noteworthy: white box serves as a unifying device; type runs outside the box and over photo to create a 3-dimensional effect; good variation of number of subjects in pictures; quotes in captions.

Noteworthy: complete info on title page including name of school & book, year, address, phone & fax numbers, website, student enrollment and teacher & staff numbers; momentous moment captured in photo.

Noteworthy: well-cropped portraits with emphasis on faces; consistent head sizes & backgrounds; well-written student profile (freshman who switches from French Horn to mellophone for marching season).

Hendrickson High School | Best of 2014 31


HENRY M. GUNN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Palo Alto, California

theme: LANDMARK bookname: The Olympian Adviser Mark Gleason Editor Hope Schroeder REPRESENTATIVE Shelly Townsend

32 Best of 2014 | Henry M. Gunn Senior High School

action/reaction photography A LANDMARK is an event, discovery or change marking an important stage. Gunn’s students participated in countless events and discovered both friends and fun. Most important, the transitions from year to year were turning points. The Olympian preserves pivotal moments in students’ lives. The action/reaction photographs visually capture the landmarks that define the 2013-14 school year.


Noteworthy: formal portraits of faculty members; teacher profiles; COB photos anchored on graphics; subtle use of color; candid firstperson copy; specific angle: “Why did you become a teacher?�

Noteworthy: seniors clearly identified; tiled photos for uniform presentation; limited number of pictures & copy creates uncluttered look.

Henry M. Gunn Senior High School | Best of 2014 33


HOLY TRINITY EPISCOPAL ACADEMY Melbourne, Florida

theme: GO WITH IT bookname: Tigrium Adviser Sarah Tricano Editor Katherine Hess REPRESENTATIVE Marcia Meskiel-Macy

34 Best of 2014 | Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy

refreshing, innovative page design Taking their theme GO WITH IT to heart, the Tigrium staff trumpets each spread’s message in an oversized quote combined with an informative secondary headline. Secondary coverage modules provide facts and figures to support the message. Photos emphasize relationships, as well as action & reaction to illustrate the content.


Noteworthy: senior class photo presented as a dynamic part of the book by Q&As with senior quotes; unique perspectives represented in quotes; all faces clearly visible; effective use of transparency.

Noteworthy: secondary package photos illustrate spirit week by showing each boy in three separate outfits; tiled photos include photo idents, quotes and photo credits; candid photos show relationships.

Noteworthy: complete coverage of upper campus & lower campus in one book; interaction between students and teacher; secondary coverage module with linear pull-outs; books represents an elementary to AP progression.

Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy | Best of 2014 35


JAMES MADISON UNIVERSITY Harrisonburg, Virginia

theme: IT’S BEEN REAL. bookname: The Bluestone Adviser Kristi Shackelford Editor Haley Lambert REPRESENTATIVE Sarah Lockwood

36 Best of 2014 | James Madison University

strong, emphatic theme statementt IT’S BEEN REAL is a phrase used as a farewell when the experience shared has been unique or transforming. The Bluestone staff records the unique community formed by James Madison students. For most, the first semester of college is a time marked by firsts and adjustments. By the last semester, seniors face leaving a close community and signing out with “it’s been real.”


Noteworthy: big picture design; well-designed & well-written primary & secondary headlines; senior profile chronicles the evolution of his passion; well-researched.

Noteworthy: coverage of student photography contest features a range of events and landmarks: homecoming pep rally, family weekend, the quad, a fountain, etc; colorful dominant crowd shot.

James Madison University | Best of 2014 37


JESUIT PREPARATORY SCHOOL Dallas, Texas

theme: SUIT UP bookname: The Last Roundup AdviserS Mike Riemer, Tiffany Holmes & Valerie Souders Editor Sam Veatch REPRESENTATIVE Catherine Iden

38 Best of 2014 | Jesuit Preparatory School

insightful blend of content in chronological book SUIT UP focuses on things that differentiate Jesuit Preparatory Academy from other high schools. Opening copy uses an extended metaphor to compare tailoring a suit to preparing a Jesuit graduate for the future. Because seniors shed their navy blazers for more colorful jackets & ties, a dust jacket covers the traditional attire. In the opening, page 3 folds out to reveal the first theme spread. SUIT UP fits Jesuit to a T.


Noteworthy: white shirts & jackets; table of contents with three sections: Off the Rack– A Year in Review (primary coverage), Well-suited– People, All-Tied Up– Reference; repetition of theme fonts. Noteworthy: big picture design; “SEAMLESS SOUNDS” at top of page; quote on photo; linear pull-outs on select photos; bottom linear pull-out records date; folio design.

Noteworthy: consistent head size & background in portraits; paneled portraits with idents to the outside; senior profiles of drum majors; linear pull-outs; tiled candids of senior activities with grouped captions.

Noteworthy: big picture design hints at location; copy chronicles an important event; icons used as photo idents; variety of football activities covered: the game, fan support, stadium dedication, sidelines; use of type.

Jesuit Preparatory School | Best of 2014 39


KEALING MIDDLE SCHOOL Kealing, Texas

theme: KTX bookname: The Vespa Adviser Kristen Scott EditorS The Vespa Yearbook Staff REPRESENTATIVE Morgan Tuggle

40 Best of 2014 | Kealing Middle School

comprehensive & creative coverage The Vespa staff combines action/reaction candids with well-researched copy & captions to cover student life at Kealing Middle School. Using the Euro-country-codesticker look as the theme, KTX puts Kealing on the map. The sticker is a silent boast about an amazing destination, Kealing MS in KTX. Secondary coverage modules greatly expand coverage.


Noteworthy: headline design; 6th and 7th grade science classes; emphasis on students in the classroom; use of quotes in captions & copy; photo collections; pulled quote.

Noteworthy: use of color; dominant photo collection with headline & copy; dominant photo outlined on two sides; secondary coverage module recognizes outstanding players; captions with quotes.

Kealing Middle School | Best of 2014 41


KLEIN COLLINS HIGH SCHOOL Spring, Texas

theme: bookname: Legacy Adviser Justin Elbert Editor Bailey Casares REPRESENTATIVE Mary Beth McIver

42 Best of 2014 | Klein Collins High School

double-edged theme Outside of math, the Asterisk (*) is a symbol that usually means you have something to add or comment on. The Legacy staff added a great deal to their coverage of the school year with showstopping design and outsidethe-box coverage. The Instagram spread ads 80 photos to the book on two pages. When reporting on more conventional topics, the staff expands coverage with secondary that provide fresh perspective.


Noteworthy: a timeline of four groups’ t-shirts over four-year span of time; students offer opinions on the designs, messages & styles; shape, color and angles create a cohesive look on the spread. Noteworthy: index features group shots; effective cropping & head sizes; candid photo of student embedded in letters; index includes students, faculty, clubs, sports, classes and events.

Noteworthy: use of different type weights, sizes and leading for typographical design; player profiles; season overview; planned variations of shapes and colors; before, during & after photo coverage.

Noteworthy: underclass portraits combined (9-11) to better reference people; uniform head sizes & backgrounds; folio idents include range of names; two quotes added* to spread in folios.

Klein Collins High School | Best of 2014 43


KLEIN HIGH SCHOOL Klein, Texas

theme: UNFRAMED bookname: Bearkat Adviser Melissa Oberholtzer Editor Hannah Lauritzen REPRESENTATIVE Mary Beth McIver

44 Best of 2014 | Klein High School

well-meshed concept, format & design The challenges presented to the Bearkat staff were horizontal in nature. Staff members used the 9�x 9� format, however, to step out of the frame of conventional approaches to design & coverage. Photo effects illustrate the concept and spread designs support the content. Showstopper spreads are designed to effectively use the format.


Noteworthy: effective use of color pulled from dominant; selective focus; grid design; “framed” copy consistent with theme; photo angles; survey of favorite performances; wide range of coverage.

Noteworthy: showstopper design effectively covers senior who’s who; contrast between vertical lines in the background & horizontal photo; maximizes horizontal by bleeds off both sides; use of color in type.

Klein High School | Best of 2014 45


KLEIN OAK HIGH SCHOOL Spring, Texas

theme: REfresh bookname: The Oak Adviser Jennifer Walton Editor Allie McManus REPRESENTATIVE Mary Beth McIver

46 Best of 2014 | Klein Oak High School

use of theme graphics in designs Visual motifs introduced on the cover & in the theme logo (type, colors, shapes) are used by The Oak staff to fuel their designs. For a dramatic effect, the yellow arrow that forms a circle is a die-cut. Suggesting change, the angular slab serif type contrasts with the fluid script. Graphic elements & colors are used throughout the book for continuity.


Noteworthy: pictures in circular arrow point to outstanding athletic accomplishments; coverage supported by facts & figures revealed in quotes; use of theme fonts & colors. Noteworthy: colorful calendar provides overview of September & October; COB photos well anchored; quotes add students’ voices & perspectives; use of contrasting typefaces.

Noteworthy: faculty identifications include what they teach; interactive (matching) secondary coverage; staff included with faculty; quotes from faculty members reveal personalities.

Noteworthy: theme graphics integrated into ads; ads contain dominant photo; yearbook staff recognition folded into ad section; folio design.

Klein Oak High School | Best of 2014 47


LEGACY HIGH SCHOOL Mansfield, Texas

theme: MAKE IT YOURS bookname: The Arena AdviserS Leland Mallett & Rachel Dearinger Editor Devin Gray REPRESENTATIVE Tammy Bailey

48 Best of 2014 | Legacy High School

well-developed theme concept From the choose-your-favorite-color cover to interactive secondary coverage, the Legacy staff took the Make it Your Own theme seriously. (Even the folio design includes student quotes.) The visual motifs on the cover include a sketchy type set over color transparencies. A color block with rounded corners offers additional theme-design spin-offs to use on page designs.


Noteworthy: section table of contents/teaser; section uses color identification for easy reference; colors used in sections echo cover options; interactive secondary coverage module. Noteworthy: showstopper design; percentages of color effectively designed; coverage of faculty’s quirky catch phrases with explanation of their origins.

Noteworthy: color-driven design; photos picture 29+ students engaged in a variety of activities; use of artifacts in secondary coverage; box with facts & figures inset into copy; use of quotes.

Noteworthy: primary & secondary headlines align with theme design; color squares used to connect captions with photos in a collection; arrows connect candid portraits with quotes in secondary coverage module.

Legacy High School | Best of 2014 49


LITTLE ROCK CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL Little Rock, Arkansas

theme: PURE GOLD bookname: The Pix Adviser Whitney Leonard EditorS Sydney Alman, Sam Herndon & Maryam Mumtaz REPRESENTATIVE Pamela Hopkins

50 Best of 2014 | Little Rock Central High School

unified theme development The opening copy observes Little Rock Central students wearing black and bleeding gold. In addition, it specifically reports the reasons for their spirit. Visual motifs on the cover (lines, colors, type, shapes) provide theme branding possibilities that are used throughout the book.


Noteworthy: angles on the cover repeated on the endsheets; color palette established for sections; fonts repeated; photo collection introduced; angled photos in style of cover; chronological coverage. Noteworthy: visually engaging design; creative variation of theme design; complete information; photo collection captioned; photo credits; caption design.

Noteworthy: primary & secondary headline design; photo collection modules; quotes in captions; training tips; race day routines; alternative copy.

Noteworthy: theme design repeated in closing; coverage creates closure; includes a nod to social media; use of quotes in captions; specific information in copy; gold & pride words repeated in boldface.

Little Rock Central High School | Best of 2014 51


LYNBROOK HIGH SCHOOL San Jose, California

theme: ON THE GRID bookname: Valhalla Adviser Nancy Belmont Editor Sarah Tang, Kathleen Ko, Anna Her, Monica Ou, Jane Lee, Rachel Tu, Reginald Lin, Andrew Lee, Soonho Kwon, Justin Hwang & Jason Guo REPRESENTATIVE Shelly Townsend

52 Best of 2014 | Lynbrook High School

well-integrated theme concept Normally we hear “off the grid” used to mean “untraceable through normal means.” When the Valhalla staff views its school as ON THE GRID, they want to be noticed, clear & distinguishable. The book covers individuals who set themselves apart by their passions for everything from film to food. Alternative copy formats draw the readers into the copy. By letting the students do the talking, the book highlights individual stories.


Noteworthy: showstopper spread; graphic representation of the campus provides a valuable visual reference; wide array of classes covered linked to numbered areas on map.

Noteworthy: art coverage focuses on new technology that makes demonstration easier; quotes explain the processes & record students’ reactions; candids picture a variety of mediums; identifies room; includes pertinent facts.

Noteworthy: photo backdrop incorporates quote boxes; candid portraits with consistent head sizes; quotes answer question, then provide details as explanation.

Lynbrook High School | Best of 2014 53


MCKINNEY HIGH SCHOOL McKinney, Texas

theme: there’s ONLY 1 McKinney bookname: The Lion Adviser Lori Oglesbee EditorS Lauren Frazier & Sydney Sabetpour REPRESENTATIVE Jim Anderson

54 Best of 2014 | McKinney High School

event-inspired theme & graphic presentation Construction reigned at McKinney for what seemed like an eternity. Students got used to adapting. When it was done, they adapted nicely to the stunning results. The distinctive graphic motifs in The Lion were inspired by the school’s makeover. As a result, designers mimicked the staggered lights, lines and sharp edges of the school’s distinctive, contemporary look & feel.


Noteworthy: specific event-based opening copy; groups as well as individuals pictured; distinctive lines & color blocks; story-telling captions; background picture of the structure anchors the spread. Noteworthy: headline design; caption lead-ins using color; complete captions including quotes; well-researched copy; secondary coverage modules designed with artifacts; type treatment in quote.

Noteworthy: feature story explains the construction process; well-researched copy; use of large caps to direct the reader; balanced photo collection; photos & copy emphasize angles.

Noteworthy: alternative copy/captions with specific focus; use of color in copy & headline; action photos (groups & individual athletes); dominant photo (ball in picture).

McKinney High School | Best of 2014 55


MCNEIL HIGH SCHOOL Austin, Texas

theme: HERE & THERE bookname: Maverick Adviser Theresa Proctor EditorS Isabel Dayton & Celeste Roberts REPRESENTATIVE Morgan Tuggle

56 Best of 2014 | McNeil High School

logo unifies theme presentation A distinctive logo design combines color, shape & typographic configuration to create a theme presentation that effectively binds the book together from beginning to end. For example, in the folio design, the Maverick staff picks up the “greater than� symbol from the logo to direct readers forward. Effective use of white space unifies and separates coverage in page design.


Noteworthy: ampersand from logo repeated in primary headline; different aspects of student involvement & fan support pictured; lead-ins to captions repeat logo symbol; quotes in captions.

Noteworthy: blended coverage; module design defines areas of coverage; modules used to tell complete story of life at McNeil; secondary coverage fun & innovative.

Noteworthy: photos used to separate alphabetical listings; staff members recognized in the appropriate alphabetical listing; more candids run at bottom of the spread; teams, events, academic areas, clubs & people covered.

McNeil High School | Best of 2014 57


MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL Houston, Texas

theme: *small things considered bookname: Reata Adviser Holly Hartman EditorS Sarah Lanford & Kate Dukes REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Schwartz

58 Best of 2014 | Memorial High School

innovative theme development The Reata staff underscores its theme, *small things considered,” by attaching a 4”x4” book to the cover with a magnet. By using a word embedded in another word, the theme morphs from “small things” to “–all things,” a total 180 degrees. The clever use of embedded words and the graphic asterisk are used throughout the book.


Noteworthy: “lean on me� photo package with collection caption; Q&A alternative copy format; wellresearched captions; comprehensive coverage.

Noteworthy: recognition of 22 valedictorians and six salutatorians; use of artifacts to highlight interests; environmental portraits; photo/quote/theme graphic in folio.

Noteworthy: effective photo effect: photo strip runs behind figure in big picture; photo headline & label cut at an angle for visual continuity.

Memorial High School | Best of 2014 59


NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY Raleigh, North Carolina

theme: THE YEAR IN REVIEW bookname: Agromeck Adviser Martha Collins Editor Chelsea Brown REPRESENTATIVE Josh Lovell

60 Best of 2014 | North Carolina State University

strong photography & feature writing The Agromeck doesn’t mince words. They tell it like it is, THE YEAR IN REVIEW. The seamless book is also themeless. Setting the theme aside, the staff focuses on photos that support comprehensive feature stories. This is more than a yearbook, it is a genuine chronicle of the year. When students look back at their experiences at NC State, their memories of the years they spent there will be enhanced by this book.


Noteworthy: primary/secondary headline design; students with stories to tell are profiled; sidebar expands coverage by including three more people, groups or events; profile reflects the NC State student experience.

Noteworthy: color use provides visual continuity; well-written primary & secondary headlines; clear identification of profiled student; specific captions answer questions initiated by the photos.

North Carolina State University | Best of 2014 61


OAK GROVE HIGH SCHOOL Hattiesburg, Mississippi theme: U KNOW bookname: The Warrior Adviser Joy Davis EditorS The Warrior Yearbook Staff REPRESENTATIVE Karen Loden

62 Best of 2014 | Oak Grove High School

colorful presentation in student-focused book More than two dozen students are pictured under the colorful transparency. Head sizes vary to define their spaces. The Warrior staff gives their students more of what they want, pictures of them interacting with their friends. The die-cut cover provides readers with a glimpse of what is about to unfold. A bold sans serif font contrasts with the lighter handwritten font; both are used effectively throughout the book. Even if YOU KNOW, the staff is going to show & tell you again so you remember.


Noteworthy: colors introduced on the cover & endsheet repeated in the opening in photos & graphics; photo captures individual reactions to a specific event; one student cut out and placed on top to appear in front of graphic.

Noteworthy: theme copy reiterates the concept by emphasizing a key word (letter); listings tick off a series of student spirit, support and accomplishment; dominant photo.

Noteworthy: well-written copy from the viewpoint of the queen; candid dominant of field coronation; reference shots cover 9-12 members of the homecoming court.

Oak Grove High School | Best of 2014 63


OAK MOUNTAIN HIGH SCHOOL Birmingham, Alabama theme: THREADS bookname: Paragon Adviser Melissa Dixon EditorS Bekah Johnson, Sydnie Bradford & Sarah Sanders REPRESENTATIVE Jim Robbins

64 Best of 2014 | Oak Mountain High School

well-conceived & executed theme The theme THREADS, runs colorful threads, introduced on the cover, through the book. They serve as a unifying device from the first page to the last. The whole-book link, run at the top of the spreads, combines the page number with a feature that links students to one another through common interests, classes, friends & activities. The ubiquitous threads lead into the page numbers with one errant strand touching the first number.


Noteworthy: folios include photos and continue the thread theme with sixdegrees-of-separation connections; 24 students relate their dream professions; anecdotal quotes about why they chose the profession.

Noteworthy: specific winter weather-related issues; the dates of the days missed; the snowfall; floods & lightening also covered with student reactions & coping strategies.

Noteworthy: innovative, look-twice approach to T-shirt coverage; T-shirts worn by athletic teams, clubs and OMHS students & fans; spread identification on upper-right- hand corner.

Oak Mountain High School | Best of 2014 65


OVIEDO HIGH SCHOOL (CORRECTED) Oviedo, Florida

theme: ALL Oviedo bookname: Oviedian Adviser Alicia Pope Editor Sierra Falconer REPRESENTATIVE Susse Mabie

66 Best of 2014 | Oviedo High School

magazine design with dominant element The word “Essentially” covers the basic, fundamental, or intrinsic nature of Oviedo HS and its students. Beyond the basics there’s all (Essentially) Oviedo. All. It’s completely, fully, totally, wholly, absolutely, utterly Oviedo. Spread design allows for 8-12 stories per spread and multiple visual entry points. There is a dominant module on every spread to direct readers’ focus.


Noteworthy: visual/verbal connection; blended coverage with classroom project angle; partial cutouts; plus column used for facts & figures; arrow directs reader from photo to facts.

Noteworthy: folio design includes page credits, portrait reference, photo credits & spread subject; uniform head sizes & backgrounds; 18 additional faces covered in “tradition� feature.

Oviedo High School | Best of 2014 67


PIONEER HIGH SCHOOL San Jose, California

theme: (RE)CONNECT bookname: Equus Adviser Jason Goldman-Hall EditorS Valentina Echeverry & Anthony Garaffo REPRESENTATIVE Kelly Parsons

68 Best of 2014 | Pioneer High School

theme developed with a verbal challenge The Equus staff took on a challenge. They decided to meaningfully connect words to content in the book with a “re” prefixes or words beginning with “re”. Why would they do this to themselves? Because they could. (And they did.) Graphics on the cover (lines, colors, fonts, brackets) are repeated throughout the book for a unified look that brands their 54th volume.


Noteworthy: broken circle motif introduced on the cover used for grouped photos; captions grouped as alternative copy; theme-related color bars in folio design; theme graphics woven into page design.

Noteworthy: linear pullouts clearly identify staff members; quotes add a personal perspective on the yearbook experience & serve as alternative copy for the spread; yearbook production candids; theme graphics.

Pioneer High School | Best of 2014 69


PORTAGE HIGH SCHOOL Portage, Indiana

theme: nothing personal bookname: The Legend Adviser Melissa Deavers-Lowie Editor Nick Jordan REPRESENTATIVE Abby Herberg

70 Best of 2014 | Portage High School

well-executed modular design Nothing personal contradicts the purpose of a yearbook. So, The Legend staff has our attention. Classic modular design alternates between blocks of vivid color and informal portraits with coordinated backgrounds. For variety, a few headshots lie beneath color transparencies. Contrasting typefaces top off the package. Of course, “personal� is set in the informal font.


Noteworthy: big picture showstopper spread reports on winter weather; number used as dominant element; well-designed primary & secondary headlines; copy focuses on weather’s impact on students.

Noteworthy: dividers designed with an effective variation of cover presentation; candids replace informal portraits; contrary to theme statement, emphasis is on personal expression.

Noteworthy: clever use of theme-related design on staff page; “personal� font used for names, sans serif font used for positions; use of color backgrounds ensures the integrity of the design.

Portage High School | Best of 2014 71


RENO HIGH SCHOOL Reno, Nevada

theme: in an instant... bookname: re-wa-ne Adviser Lizabeth Walsh Editor Devra Vandenberghe Jocelyn Vides REPRESENTATIVE Frank Ortiz

72 Best of 2014 | Reno High School

student appeal Students always want more pictures of themselves and their friends in the yearbook. Reno’s re-wa-ne staff listened to what students wanted, including candid portraits on five different covers featuring different student; 90+ students on the front & back endsheets relating their 6-word stories; folios featuring a student and a quote (“suddenly famous”) or a student’s comment about the subject of the spread.


Noteworthy: module design provides a wide variety of coverage in different formats; a nod to the importance of social media in students’ lives (“according to my twitter�); emphasis on points of difference; dominant module; unifying headline; folio design related to theme.

Noteworthy: big-picture design for big win, state championship; well-written primary & secondary headlines; photo captures significant moment; quotes used encapsulate season; action shots of seniors; scoreboard design; team shot (correct size, cropping & identification).

Noteworthy: clear identification of seniors; use of color for differentiation; uniform design of ads; number of pictures determined by size of ad purchased; a limit to the number of words in an ad.

Reno High School | Best of 2014 73


ROCK CANYON HIGH SCHOOL Highlands Ranch, Colorado theme: GO FIGURE bookname: Black & Gold Adviser Kristi Rathbun EditorS Brooke Bell, Rylee Portman & Julia K. Henning REPRESENTATIVE Rob Rathbun

74 Best of 2014 | Rock Canyon High School

theme supported by facts, figures, photos With the theme GO FIGURE, it’s no surprise that numbers dominate design as a visual element. The distinctive theme logo is repeated in the opening using other words, “GET GOING.” As a whole-book, visual motif, the vertical bar provides a backdrop for the facts & figures. It took a lot of research to play this numbers game.


Noteworthy: first pep assembly features hundreds of recognizable faces; photo collection with corresponding captions; grouped captions serve as alternative copy; essential information in “numbers” blocks. Noteworthy: understated table of contents allows numbers to take center stage; includes significant numbers (student population, school dismissal time, days of the school years, etc.).

Noteworthy: photos capture dozens of recognizable faces; photo groupings of different sports combined under a specific angle; grouped captions serve as alternative copy; essential information in “numbers” block.

Noteworthy: paneling environmental portraits; senior involvement included on spread with portraits; senior stories appear in numbers bar; best friend coverage.

Rock Canyon High School | Best of 2014 75


ROCKY HEIGHTS MIDDLE SCHOOL Highlands Ranch, Colorado theme: MASH UP bookname: The Nighthawk Adviser Scott Melanson Editors Carlie McCrillis & Clara Krause REPRESENTATIVE Rob Rathbun

76 Best of 2014 | Rocky Heights Middle School

design, photos, type support theme A mash up is a mixture or fusion of disparate elements. Fused faces & overlapping type greet the reader on the Nighthawk cover. The multi-colored letters, combined with transparencies & negative kerning, create a mashed-up look throughout the book. The clean, tiled photo packages & secondary coverage modules, however, illustrate the academic foundation underlying the seemingly chaotic mix that is middle school life.


Noteworthy: strong dominant photo shows mash up of high school & middle school students; blended coverage (spirit, Halloween & trends); short, summary copy supplemented by well-researched captions.

Noteworthy: coverage captures the essence & focus of middle school students; orthodontia module with linear pullouts; movies time stamp year; clever, alliterative mashed up secondary headline.

Noteworthy: use of emphasis type & color bars to differentiate blended coverage of classes; action/reaction photos cover a variety of student involvement & interaction; varied angles.

Rocky Heights Middle School | Best of 2014 77


RONALD REAGAN HIGH SCHOOL San Antonio, Texas

theme: THIS IS HOW IT IS bookname: Regalia Adviser Monique Sandoval Editor Nathan Ryan REPRESENTATIVE Kathi Hopkins

78 Best of 2014 | Ronald Reagan High School

comprehensive, well-researched coverage THIS IS HOW IT IS sums up the core purpose of a yearbook. The Regalia staff tells it like it is in honest, comprehensive coverage. Nothing is missing between the covers. The use of alternative copy and secondary coverage modules expands & blends coverage in all sections. Photos capture candid moments to effectively illustrate the content. The theme copy offers specifics to support the message the theme delivers.


Noteworthy: blended coverage of music “from house parties to professionally directed plays, concerts,� etc; use of color in graphics & type; time-consuming, well-designed timeline; evidence of research in all copy.

Noteworthy: copy emphasizes how the year differs from the year before; a nod to social media; action shots of pep rally; 30 students pictured and/or quoted to include more students in the book.

Ronald Reagan High School | Best of 2014 79


ROUSE HIGH SCHOOL Leander, Texas

theme: A/PART bookname: Replay Adviser Kel Lemons Editors Cassie MacNeil-Brint, Bridget O’Malley, Haley Rodriguez, Courtney Sell, Amanda Slaton & Julia Small REPRESENTATIVE Jim Anderson

80 Best of 2014 | Rouse High School

double-edged theme A/PART is a theme that offers two very different perspectives. It provides a platform to show an individual’s experience, as well as a group’s dynamic. For example, pictures & copy on pages two & three show individual students’ involvement apart from the group. The second spread of the opening features the importance of being a part of a recognizable group.


Noteworthy: big picture divider organizes coverage by seasons; photo effects; calendar overview of section; dynamic visual movement into content; artistic caption design. Noteworthy: : index recognizes yearbook staff members in an unusual alphabetical approach (“N” = ANthony Pangonas); complete listing including people, clubs, classes, events and sports; secondary coverage: “What sets you a/part?”

Noteworthy: social media trends; wide range of summer activities covered; good variation of head sizes; all photos identified; alliterative primary & secondary headlines; folio design related to theme.

Noteworthy: big picture design; effective informal balance; photo groupings; headline design; assonance used in primary headline; primary and secondary photos color coordinated for eye flow.

Rouse High School | Best of 2014 81


SAUGUS HIGH SCHOOL Saugus, California

theme: A SIDE RARELY SEEN bookname: Sword & Shield Adviser Christina Tolisano EditorS Soleil Borda & Andi-Erin Inmon REPRESENTATIVE Naomi Rowland

82 Best of 2014 | Saugus High School

double-edged theme The organization of the content of the Sword & Shield is an arrangement that is RARELY SEEN. In the first section (Glimpse), the activities and events, both inside & outside of school, are arranged in a month-by-month format. The next section (Reveal) divides sports coverage into three seasons. The Identify and Discover sections cover people and reference material (tributes, ads & index). It is a logical & effective plan.


Noteworthy: specific copy; visual motifs (color & typography) repeated from cover; copy reveals rarely seen activities students participate in; strong composition & action in dominant photo.

Noteworthy: October spread covers three major activities, Halloween, Food Day & Volleyball’s Yogurtland fundraiser; visual-verbal connection between headline & dominant photo; primary & secondary headline design.

Noteworthy: alternative copy format; summary leads into anecdotal quotes; photo coverage of practice, sidelines, injuries & game highlights; secondary coverage on spirit group & freshman, JV & varsity crowd-pleasing moments.

Saugus High School | Best of 2014 83


SHAWNEE MISSION EAST HIGH SCHOOL Prairie Village, Kansas theme: in a FLASH bookname: Hauberk Adviser Dow Tate Editors Jessica Mier & Danya Issawi REPRESENTATIVE Whitney Baker

84 Best of 2014 | Shawnee Mission East High School

outstanding photography & copy A flash is quick & immediate like messages sent on social media. In the opening copy, the Haubert staff explains that “high school goes by all too quickly,” in a FLASH. The book records both the big & small moments, the unexpected & routine. The hallmarks of the book are its amazing photography, insightful reporting & showstopping spreads. Without a doubt, the Hauberk captures the moments that impacted students’ lives.


Noteworthy: big picture design; coverage of annual Young Life fundraiser; dominant with linear pull-outs; informative copy & captions; quotes in linear pullouts, captions & copy.

Noteworthy: showstopper spread; graphics used to illustrate survey results (no bar graphs or pie charts); sidebar covers individual usage of mobile devices; whole-book link, flashbacks with quotes.

Noteworthy: profile of triplets; copy relates positive & negative aspects of being one of three; dynamic background treatment; signatures highlight differences.

Shawnee Mission East High School | Best of 2014 85


SHAWNEE MISSION NORTH HIGH SCHOOL Overland Park, Kansas

double-edged theme

theme: The Things We Carry Over Time Make Us Who We Are The Indian’s thought-provoking theme copy explains bookname: Indian Adviser Becky Tate EditorS Andrew Nevins & Savannah Rattanavong REPRESENTATIVE Whitney Baker

86 Best of 2014 | Shawnee Mission North High School

“the things we carry defined who we are.” The students carried memories of sights, smells, sounds & relationships, memories that left an “indelible mark” on them. Big picture spreads using selective focus create distinctive designs. The headlines on every spread are well-written & designed to convey the angle of the story.


Noteworthy: big picture unifies spread design; copy relates individuals’ unique perspectives & experiences; well-researched secondary coverage module; basic captions expanded with quotes.

Noteworthy: coverage of annual “mudfest” sponsored by Young Life; coordinated colors naturally lead readers from one element to the next; meaningful background graphics.

Noteworthy: in-depth coverage of a unique academic experience; secondary coverage module identifies seniors, the date & title of their exhibit; three pieces featured with artists’ comments.

Shawnee Mission North High School | Best of 2014 87


SOUTHERN METHODIST UNIVERSITY Dallas, Texas

theme: LEGACY bookname: Rotunda Adviser Jay Miller Editor Catherine Fox REPRESENTATIVE Catherine Iden

88 Best of 2014 | Southern Methodist University

coverage of the past, present & future A Legacy is about learning from the past, living in the present, and building for the future. The Rotunda highlights moments from the past in the table of contents & in secondary coverage features throughout the book. Of course, the emphasis is on current student life. In addition, the future is covered in features about plans for changes on campus. Photos record people, places and things & how they have changed over time.


Noteworthy: reports on changes in residential living; wellresearched copy; quotes university administrator who directs residence halls; current dorm life.

Noteworthy: coverage of a range of hands-on learning opportunities in copy: dance recitals, robot class, off-campus programs, etc.; verbal/visual connection.

Noteworthy: big picture design; primary image – present, secondary images – past; b&w images contrasted with color; archival photos of social life in the 1950s.

Southern Methodist University | Best of 2014 89


ST. THOMAS’ EPISCOPAL SCHOOL Houston, Texas

theme: OUR WORDS bookname: The Belltower Adviser David Graves EditorS Katy Thorn & Emma Graves REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Schwartz

90 Best of 2014 | St. Thomas’ Episcopal School

theme-related organization OUR WORDS is the perfect vehicle to tell the stories of the year. The Belltower staff experiences the year “one word at a time.” In fact, the book is organized into 11 sections using words such as “SPOTLIGHT,” “STRUGGLE,” & “HARMONY.” Their words & pictures show the close-knit, pre-K through12 community. Innovative treatment of portraits & headlines create compelling designs throughout the book.


Noteworthy: big picture divider organizes coverage by words; section overview used as readers’ aid; use of color; theme copy runs on top of line.

Noteworthy: senior section includes environmental portraits with feature stories; well-written features capture personalities, passions; headline & folio design.

Noteworthy: endsheets with table of contents; use of color; book organized into 11 sections; content of sections listed; theme copy run across front endsheets; less is more.

St. Thomas’ Episcopal School | Best of 2014 91


SUNCOAST HIGH SCHOOL Riviera Beach, Florida

theme: NEVER HIDE. bookname: Renaissance Adviser Stephanie Russo EditorS Lauren Ballard & Brianna Milord REPRESENTATIVE Marcia Meskiel-Macy

92 Best of 2014 | Suncoast High School

graphic representation of theme The frame featured on the cover is repeated on spreads in the book as a persistent reminder to NEVER HIDE. In sidebar coverage, the Renaissance staff uncovers little known facts about students. Moreover, they ask questions that students may not have even considered. Distinctive headline design, use of color and contrasting typefaces create a unified tone & presentation.


Noteworthy: use of emphasis type limited to primary headline; photo collections designed as “mini –spreads” with primary & secondary headlines; verbal/visual connection conveys the spread’s angle.

Noteworthy: unexpected portrait treatment; changes in teachers’ names and appearances featured; folio design; Sidebar question: “What would you do if you weren’t afraid?”; subject areas next to names.

Noteworthy: clubs index records complete listing of participating club members, officers, sponsors, activities & awards; book index includes clubs, sports, classes as well as people; seniors’ names in color.

Suncoast High School | Best of 2014 93


TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY College Station, Texas

photography & feature writing

theme: from the OUTSIDE looking in from the INSIDE looking out Aggieland contains images which could be used to bookname: Aggieland teach a photojournalism class. The composition of the Adviser Bob Wegener Editor Ashley Hilderbrandt REPRESENTATIVE Ryan Almon

94 Best of 2014 | Texas A&M University

photos is textbook worthy: selective focus, leading lines, rule of thirds, etc. Thoroughly researched and well-written copy accompanies the photos to complete the stories.


Noteworthy: unusual behind-the-scenes coverage of a well-established college tradition; photos capture hands of craftsman & detail of ring; copy reports details of manufacturing process; A&M alumni who is a Balfour manager quoted.

Noteworthy: copy celebrates the 125th anniversary of the Aggie Ring tradition; story reports specifics about the day: weather, time, location; comprehensive reporting.

Texas A&M University | Best of 2014 95


TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL Texarkana, Texas

theme: 125 LESSONS LEARNED bookname: Tiger Adviser Rebecca Potter Editor Chau Dong, Marissa Johnston, Katelyn Markham & Madison Norton REPRESENTATIVE Debbie Vaughn

96 Best of 2014 | Texas High School

theme organizes content & expands coverage 125 years. It is so significant that the Tiger staff did not want to slap “125th Anniversary Edition” on the cover & call it a day. They organized coverage with 125 LESSONS LEARNED. Lessons like “go all out” provide opportunities for blended coverage. Other lessons, such as “wear pink,” focus on the spread’s primary message. The book has extraordinary coverage & purposeful design.


Noteworthy: color thoughtfully planned to direct readers; color coordination; alternative copy; caption lead-ins; 30+ students pictured; quotes in copy, captions & secondary coverage. Noteworthy: complete title page information; coverage begins here; theme copy begins with a quote from a student which contains THREE lessons learned; theme logo design.

Noteworthy: historical moment in secondary coverage; well-designed, season-highlights module; how-to module; 21 action-filled photos; folio design; historical fact on side about 1910 team.

Noteworthy: index includes coverage of lessons learned, memorable moments; includes people clubs, events, sports & ads; photo/caption of award; historical facts run vertical on left-hand page throughout book.

Texas High School | Best of 2014 97


TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY Lubbock, Texas

theme: TEXAS TECH bookname: La Ventana Adviser Andrea Watson Editor Kymbre Kupatt REPRESENTATIVE David Dixon

98 Best of 2014 | Texas Tech University

well-planned photo coverage, feature writing The La Ventana staff steps back to see the big picture of campus life. In addition, they move in close to look at the individuals who compose Texas Tech’s student body. Coverage of the 20,000 attending the “Carol of Lights” contrasts with the Air Raiders jumping out of planes. Regardless of the numbers, features record specific details and student reactions, Photographers were in the midst of the action to record events, athletic competitions. .


Noteworthy: carefully planned photo shoot; photos create a sense of being there; detailed copy; quotes to add student perspective; use of QR code to show the jump.

Noteworthy: high angle close-up of pre-game entrance; continuation of story from previous page; folio design; prefocused on spot that the subjects will pass by; pulled quote.

Noteworthy: two photographers placed in different locations to show two important moments of the event; pulled quote; facts & figures; covers planning & preparation; student reaction in quotes.

Texas Tech University | Best of 2014 99


THE COLONY HIGH SCHOOL The Colony, Texas

theme: pause for the MOMENT bookname: Track of the Cat Adviser Janet Shideler EditorS Jessica Guest, Monica Lobos & Bryttni Hardin REPRESENTATIVE Jim Anderson

100 Best of 2014 | The Colony High School

insightful blend of content in chronological book Pause for the MOMENT combines graphics and type to entreat the reader to stop & consider the moment. Another suggestion from the Track of the Cat staff is “Paws” for the moment. The high school experience is fleeting. Season-by-season, the book archives the important dates of the month for future reference. Secondary coverage, like “Senior Moments” offers students’ perspectives.


Noteworthy: alternative copy accompanied by photos appeals to the scan reader; effective use of color; fan reactions to game; includes coverage of girls’ golf & Breast Cancer Awareness initiative, lunch, physics & Art II.

Noteworthy: use of fall colors as background; blends coverage of sports, events, clubs and classes; quotes with pictures; side bar lists “Magic Moments” by date; candids illustrate some of moments listed.

Noteworthy: well-designed calendar with sidebar for expanded coverage; highlights important events: prom, graduation, trips; covers academic activities: egg drop, CPR, plant anatomy.

The Colony High School | Best of 2014 101


THE HOCKADAY SCHOOL Dallas, Texas

theme: TURN bookname: Cornerstones Adviser Ana Rosenthal EditorS Kendall Ernst & Katya Lopatko REPRESENTATIVE Mickey Mehrens

102 Best of 2014 | The Hockaday School

innovative concept, presentation & designt The elegant linen cover has an arrow that invites the reader to open the flap & discover what’s inside. What began as a one-room school in 1913, turned into a “world class institution” & a “home.” The book uncovers shifts in attitudes, education and social life over the years. The prominent b&w photos represent pivotal moments in the school’s 100-year history. It is a beautiful, contemporary volume that fuses the past with the present.


Noteworthy: vibrant design showcases survey of 10 songs, flashback trends, #hockaprobs & apps, etc.; 10 x 10 = 100; use of dotted linear pull-out to connect photos to surveys. Noteworthy: section titles suggest movement & change; content listing for each section; repeats all-cap, light serif font used for logo; reverses praline & orange colors from cover.

Noteworthy: use of spot color; current students researching the past; coverage of the Centennial Project; dominant numbers (# of papers written by upper school students by graduation).

Noteworthy: b&w photo of current students holding their aunts’ (alumni) senior portraits; tiled square of portraits; large numeral (class of ‘23) ghosted over b&w photo.

The Hockaday School | Best of 2014 103


THOMAS DOWNEY HIGH SCHOOL Modesto, California theme: FOCUS bookname: Shield Adviser Rene Guevara Editor Naomi Garrett REPRESENTATIVE Scot Townsend

104 Best of 2014 | Thomas Downey High School

provocative theme development The abstract, fluid image on the cover piques the reader’s curiosity. What are we focusing on? The opening explains it. When students are distracted by “texts, tweets, status uploads, likes,” etc., they don’t focus on what’s important. They should draw their attention to what they want to get out of their limited time at Downey. Images of students merge with the cover art. In the end, the shared experiences unite the individual students.


Noteworthy: cover graphic repeated as a unifying element; headline design consistent with theme logo; outstanding performances noted; secondary coverage features swim caps & comments.

Noteworthy: profile of sophomore who overcame loss of mother; insightful quotes; well-researched feature; deals with the past, present & future; reports student’s focus on activities, family & friends.

Thomas Downey High School | Best of 2014 105


THRALL HIGH SCHOOL Thrall, Texas

theme: small town BIG picture bookname: The Tiger Adviser Christina Strnard EditorS The Tiger Yearbook Staff REPRESENTATIVE Jim Anderson

106 Best of 2014 | Thrall High School

community-focused theme concept The town’s population is 839. As a result, the school is the center of activity. Pep rallies are community-wide events and involve all students, K-12. But students saw the BIG picture, aimed high and earned “all-state honors, travelled abroad and attended division-one universities.” With excellent story-telling photos & well-written copy, The Tiger ranks with the BIG and the best.


Noteworthy: big picture; visual/ verbal connection; panoramic overview of graduation location; colorful dominant of graduates; wellresearched copy with story-telling quotes.

Noteworthy: blended coverage (band camp, community service, classroom prep); dominant photo/caption design; graphic used as a unifying device; use of color.

Noteworthy: story of season with specific angle; eight quotes relate different perspectives; photo collection grouped around team shot; headline copy design with large cap; secondary coverage module.

Thrall High School | Best of 2014 107


UNIVERSITY OF CALFORNIA LA Los Angeles, California theme: Origin Legacy bookname: Bruinlife Adviser Arvli Ward Editor Allison Bader REPRESENTATIVE Corey Mundwiler

108 Best of 2014 | University of California Los Angeles

well-integrated theme concept The front & back covers of the Bruinlife tell the story. UCLA students are building a legacy. Every interaction, whether it is an email, a like, a tweet or a conversation, impacts the college community. At the end of their college careers, graduates can look back and consider the imprint they left. The book tells their stories in wellwritten copy accompanied by story-telling images.


Noteworthy: timeline of UCLA & USC rivalry; unusual big picture presentation; duotone photos chronicle critical games over the years; fans relate favorite memories of the games.

Noteworthy: big picture and detailed copy tell the story of 880 students dancing for 26 hours; quotes from participants and members of Pediatric AIDS Coalition.

University of California Los Angeles | Best of 2014 109


UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI Coral Gables, Florida

theme: The View Through The U bookname: Ibis Adviser C. Randy Stano Editor Katherine Lee REPRESENTATIVE Marcia Meskiel-Macy

110 Best of 2014 | University of Miami

innovative concept & design A View Through the U, a theme tied to the University of Miami’s distinctive logo, explores the impact of the university on students’ lives. To create a buzz, every book came with a pair of sunglasses with the cover design/ mascot on the front. The front endsheet features UM’s Ibis mascot spelling “canes,” a football game tradition. Both fun & professional, the book’s cutting-edge design, stunning photography & well-researched copy capture life at UM.


Noteworthy: panoramic, birds-eye view of pre-game tailgating; copy covers rivalry (UM vs. UF); off-the-field, outside- the-stadium angle; infographic on cost of game-day activities. Noteworthy: cleverly designed calendar; coverage of national & international events, campus initiatives,�word of the year, celebrities, trends, breaks, & more.

Noteworthy: introduction to senior profiles; students pictured interviewed in special section; provocative arrangement of COB photos; vibrant colors repeated from front endsheet; contemporary design.

Noteworthy: senior profiles; Q&A format; identification with student information; large duotone photo repeats students’ candid portraits; gesture or prop used to illustrate question being answered.

University of Miami | Best of 2014 111


UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Los Angeles, California theme: Redefine bookname: El Rodeo Adviser Mona Cravens Editor Alexis Driggs REPRESENTATIVE Jim Anderson

112 Best of 2014 | University of Southern California

historical retrospective By abutting the old with the new in both copy and photos, the El Rodeo is able to Redefine the USC experience by looking at the present through the lens of the past. Historical context is important, especially for a 134-year-old institution. As the Dean Religious Life explained to incoming students, redefining and reinventing meant seizing the opportunity to write the “pages of their own story.�


Noteworthy: distinctive big picture divider spread; wellexecuted photo illustration fusing the past with the present; dramatic angle; establishing shot sets the stage for sports coverage.

Noteworthy: theme-related step towards the future; new student convocation; variety of “Welcome Week” events covered; interesting lead; specific copy.

Noteworthy: book is time-stamped with news: Obama’s election, the Super Bowl, the Boston Marathon bombing; news viewed as part of the history that impacts students’ lives.

University of Southern California | Best of 2014 113


VISTA RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL Cedar Park, Texas

theme: iN PROGRESS . . . bookname: The Lonestar Adviser Jamie Ray Editors Abby Broekhuizen & Katie Na REPRESENTATIVE Morgan Tuggle

114 Best of 2014 | Vista Ridge High School

comprehensive coverage of high school experience The Lonestar’s theme logo, a segmented circle, has pieces missing. After all, Vista Ridge is a work inPROGRESS. Throughout the book, circular motifs appear as constant reminders of the evolving nature of the high school experience. Theme copy emphasizes specific changes that have taken place. Most important, each spread is packed with coverage of students’ activities & interests.


Noteworthy: timeline with pictures, quotes, facts & figures; visual/ verbal connection; reader-friendly copy with subheads; coverage of the “lunch ladies,� student office aides; folio design.

Noteworthy: end-of-the-year freshmen coverage; section branded by color segment run on divider; use of artifacts in secondary coverage modules; headline design.

Noteworthy: well-written headline & secondary head; Q&A copy format with COB photos; timeline moved right in vertical configuration; thoroughly researched captions with quotes; informative secondary coverage.

Vista Ridge High School | Best of 2014 115


WESTWOOD HIGH SCHOOL Austin, Texas

theme: Dimensions bookname: The Heritage Adviser Melanie Catuogno EditorS Justin Lai & Nitya Rayapati REPRESENTATIVE Jim Anderson

116 Best of 2014 | Westwood High School

integrity of coverage A “WHS” forms a 3-dimensional box on the cover to represent the theme Dimensions. The book’s added dimension is its coverage of individuals with a focus on impactful experiences. Chronological coverage begins on pages 2-3. A bar running behind students’ heads provides an overview of the season. The Heritage staff did their homework; facts, figures, quotes & candids attest to the high journalistic standards they follow.


Noteworthy: big picture design featuring student involvement; copy relates details of the event; large secondary coverage module includes establishing shot, student reaction, comparison to last year’s event and more.

Noteworthy: coverage of important decisions for collegebound seniors; senior’s aspirations included; secondary coverage: deadlines & dates, history of auto-admission program; copy covers process of applying.

Noteworthy: well-coordinated use of color; effective repetition of color in type & graphics; coverage of all groups associated with varsity football games; strong dominant photo; icons used to identify spread writers & designers.

Westwood High School | Best of 2014 117


HOW TOPPERS SPREAD 118

NINETY high schools EIGHT middle schools FIVE universities


Show Stoppers & Spreads 119


ALLEN HIGH SCHOOL Allen, Texas

theme: THE FINE PRINT bookname: The Eagle Adviser Kelly Juntunen EditorS Kylie Bowman & Kristen Nemeth REPRESENTATIVE Jim Anderson

120 Show Stoppers of 2015 | Allen High School


FLOWER MOUND HIGH SCHOOL Flower Mound, Texas

theme: be bookname: The Legend

adviser Kathi Couch

editorS Mary Capua, Donna Dickey, Katie Gilroy & Kimberly Graydon

REPRESENTATIVE Jim Anderson

Flower Mound High School | Show Stoppers of 2015 121


GLACIER PEAK HIGH SCHOOL Snohomish, Washington theme: CURRENT bookname: The Edge

Adviser Annie Green

Editor Brendan Olsen

122 Show Stoppers of 2015 | Glacier Peak High School

REPRESENTATIVE Randy Elliott


GRANITE BAY HIGH SCHOOL Granite Bay, California

theme: WE’LL tell YOU bookname: Ursus

adviser Bernadette Cranmer

editor Kristy Luong

REPRESENTATIVE Shelly Townsend

Granite Bay High School | Show Stoppers of 2015 123


EAST BERNARD HIGH SCHOOL East Bernard, Texas

theme: it’s what’s on the inside bookname: The Brahma

Adviser Laura Kabena

124 Show Stoppers of 2015 | East Bernard High School

EditorS Annie Bradley & Andrew Hudgins

REPRESENTATIVE Bill Schwartz


TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL Texarkana, Texas

theme: 125 LESSONS LEARNED bookname: Tiger

adviser Rebecca Potter

editorS Chau Dong, Marissa Johnston, Katelyn Markham & Madison Norton

REPRESENTATIVE Debbie Vaughn

Texas High School | Show Stoppers of 2015 125


OAK GROVE HIGH SCHOOL Hattiesburg, Mississippi theme: U KNOW bookname: The Warrior

Adviser Joy Davis

EditorS The Warrior Yearbook Staff

126 Show Stoppers of 2015 | Oak Grove High School

REPRESENTATIVE Karen Loden


CLAUDIA TAYLOR JOHNSON HIGH SCHOOL San Antonio, Texas

theme: CUT OUT FOR YOU bookname: The Citadel

adviser Velissa Jewett

editorS Lexi Wolff, Justice McClinton & Cassidy Curtis

REPRESENTATIVE Kathi Hopkins

Claudia Taylor Johnson High School | Show Stoppers of 2015 127


ROUSE HIGH SCHOOL Leander, Texas

theme: A/PART bookname: Replay

Adviser Kel Lemons

EditorS Cassie MacNeil-Brint, Bridget O’Malley, Haley Rodriguez, Courtney Sell, Amanda Slaton & Julia Small

128 Show Stoppers of 2015 | Rouse High School

REPRESENTATIVE Jim Anderson


NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY Raleigh, North Carolina

theme: THE YEAR IN REVIEW bookname: Agromeck

adviser Martha Collins

editor Chelsea Brown

REPRESENTATIVE Josh Lovell

North Carolina State University | Show Stoppers of 2015 129


KLEIN COLLINS HIGH SCHOOL Spring, Texas

theme: bookname: Legacy

Adviser Justin Elbert

Editor Bailey Casares

130 Show Stoppers of 2015 | Klein Collins High School

REPRESENTATIVE Mary Beth McIver


EPISCOPAL SCHOOL OF DALLAS Dallas, Texas

theme: change of beat bookname: Carillon

Adviser Susan Weil

Editors Ellie Light, Kaki Miller & Meredith Bower

REPRESENTATIVE Mickey Mehrens

Episcopal School of Dallas | Show Stoppers of 2015 131


MAHTOMEDI HIGH SCHOOL Mahtomedi, Minnesota theme: THE maht bookname: The Zephyr

Adviser Craig Mickelson

132 Show Stoppers of 2015 | Mahtomedi High School

EditorS Kailynn Solomon, Taylor Nelson, Maggie Becker, Caitlyn Quinn, Allie Miller & Jake Audorff

REPRESENTATIVE Kerry Nelson


LAKESIDE HIGH SCHOOL Atlanta, Georgia

theme: OUR ROOTS bookname: Valhalla

Adviser Giovanna Lizzio

Editors Arjun Chib & Kathryn Paull

REPRESENTATIVE Lucy Harkness

Lakeside High School | Show Stoppers of 2015 133


THE HOCKADAY SCHOOL Dallas, Texas

theme: TURN bookname: Cornerstones

Adviser Ana Rosenthal

134 Show Stoppers of 2015 | The Hockaday School

EditorS Kendall Ernst & Katya Lopatko

REPRESENTATIVE Mickey Mehrens


VISTA RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL Cedar Park, Texas

theme: iN PROGRESS . . . bookname: The Lonestar

Adviser Jamie Ray

Editors Abby Broekhuizen & Katie Na

REPRESENTATIVE Morgan Tuggle

Vista Ridge High School | Show Stoppers of 2015 135


Exeter Twp. High School Reading, Pennsylvania

Adviser John White REPRESENTATIVE Ed Patrick Art Classes (academics)

Presque Isle High School Presque Isle, Maine

Adviser Marcie Young REPRESENTATIVE Nick Herberg Trends (student life)

136 Spreads | Featured


South Brunswick High School

Monmouth Junction, New Jersey Adviser Anna Love-Lehre REPRESENTATIVE Sharon Bodnarchuk Soccer (sports)

Bucknell University

Lewisburg, Pennsylvania Adviser Gretchen Heuges REPRESENTATIVE Ed Patrick Drama (event)

Spreads | Featured 137


Monta Vista High School Cupertino, California

Adviser Jay Shelton REPRESENTATIVE Kelly Parsons Industrial Tech (academics)

Monta Vista High School Cupertino, California

Adviser Jay Shelton REPRESENTATIVE Kelly Parsons Juniors (people)

138 Spreads | Featured


Sedona Red Rock High School Sedona, Arizona

Adviser Maureen Barton REPRESENTATIVE Susan Fearnside Personal Profile (student life)

Dakota Valley High School

North Sioux City, South Dakota Adviser Anna Michaelson REPRESENTATIVE Linda Bernard New Students (people)

Spreads | Featured 139


Kinkaid School Houston, Texas

Adviser Jina David REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Schwartz Front Endsheet

Kinkaid School Houston, Texas

Adviser Jina David REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Schwartz Dance Company (perfromance arts

140 Spreads | Featured


Wimberley High School Wimberley, Texas

Adviser Mikyela Tedder REPRESENTATIVE Morgan Tuggle Core Classes (academics)

Carthage High School Carthage, Texas

Adviser Jayme Quick REPRESENTATIVE Debbie Vaughn Family Ties (people lifestyles)

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Huntsville High School Huntsville, Alabama

Adviser Julie Williams REPRESENTATIVE Joe Robbins Opening

Huntsville High School Huntsville, Alabama

Adviser Julie Williams REPRESENTATIVE Joe Robbins Leadership (clubs & organizations)

142 Spreads | Featured


Morristown-Hamblen

High School East Morristown, Tennessee Adviser Cathy McClellan REPRESENTATIVE Ben Smith Front Endsheet

Morristown-Hamblen

High School East Morristown, Tennessee Adviser Cathy McClellan REPRESENTATIVE Ben Smith Back Endsheet

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Ft. Bend Christian High School

Sugar Land, Texas Adviser Melissa Ray REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Schwartz Senior Ads

Ft. Bend Christian High School

Sugar Land, Texas Adviser Melissa Ray REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Schwartz Senior Ads

144 Spreads | Featured


Stephen F. Austin High School Sugar Land, Texas Adviser Shaun Moore REPRESENTATIVE Ryan Almon Fashion Trends (student life)

Pascagoula High School

Pascagoula, Mississippi Adviser Karly Richardson REPRESENTATIVE Karen Loden Prom (events) *BAL4.tv for prom pictures

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Cy Creek High School Houston, Texas

Adviser Samantha Berry REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Schwartz Student Life (divider)

McCallum High School Austin, Texas

Adviser Rhonda Moore REPRESENTATIVE Jim Anderson Mr. McCallum (student life)

146 Spreads | Featured


Buffalo High School Buffalo, Minnesota

Adviser Ryan McCallum REPRESENTATIVE Shannon Hart Front Endsheet

Buffalo High School Buffalo, Minnesota

Adviser Ryan McCallum REPRESENTATIVE Shannon Hart Trends and Style (student life)

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Sparkman High School Harvest, Alabama

Adviser Erin Coggins REPRESENTATIVE Jimmy Elmore Opening

Longview High School

Longview, Texas

Adviser Kevin Berns REPRESENTATIVE Debbie Vaughn Opening

148 Spreads | Featured


Mansfield High School Mansfield, Texas

Adviser Deborah Watson REPRESENTATIVE Cheryl Chrisman Senior Ads

Douglas MacArthur High School San Antonio, Texas Adviser Amanda Cardoza REPRESENTATIVE Kathi Hopkins Track (sports)

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Jefferson County High School

Dandridge, Tennessee Adviser Nola Henderson REPRESENTATIVE Ben Smith Student Travel (student life)

St. Benedict at Auburndale Cordova, Tennessee

Adviser Tammie Ford REPRESENTATIVES Doug Kearney & Jeremy Jackson Senior Section (with baby pics)

150 Spreads | Featured


Hoover High School Hoover, Alabama

Adviser Jamey Nowlin REPRESENTATIVE Mike Dunn Senior Ads

Tarleton State University Stephenville, Texas

Adviser & EDITOR Caleb Chapman, Adviser Claire Wilkison, Editor REPRESENTATIVE Cheryl Chrisman School Traditions (student life)

Spreads | Featured 151


Langham Creek High School Houston, Texas

Adviser David Miller REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Schwartz Beginning of School Year

Langham Creek High School Houston, Texas

Adviser David Miller REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Schwartz Freshmen (people)

152 Spreads | Featured


New Smyrna Middle School

New Smyrna Beach, Florida Adviser Todd Johnson REPRESENTATIVE Susse Mabie Fashion (student life)

New Smyrna Middle School

New Smyrna Beach, Florida Adviser Todd Johnson REPRESENTATIVE Susse Mabie Science (academics)

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East Chambers High School

Winnie, Texas

Adviser Faye Gardner REPRESENTATIVE Lee Briggs Elementary Coverage (in high school yearbook)

Winder-Barrow High School Winder, Georgia

Adviser Sally Baker REPRESENTATIVE Lucy Harkness Closing

154 Spreads | Featured


Grapevine High School Grapevine, Texas

Adviser Jillian Rooney REPRESENTATIVE Cheryl Chrisman Dance/Drill Team (sports)

Edgewood High School West Covina, California Adviser Lisa Kidd REPRESENTATIVE Brynda Everman Spirit Week (student life)

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Thompson High School Alabaster, Alabama

AdviserS Jennifer Nichols & Ronna Sanford REPRESENTATIVE Joe Robbins Senior Ads

Lakeside High School Atlanta, Georgia

Adviser Giovanna Lizzio REPRESENTATIVE Lucy Harkness Fall Divider

156 Spreads | Featured


Marcus High School Flower Mound, Texas Adviser Megan Youngblood REPRESENTATIVE Jim Anderson Color Guard (fall | september)

Marcus High School Flower Mound, Texas Adviser Megan Youngblood REPRESENTATIVE Jim Anderson Cancer Awareness (fall | october)

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Frenship High School Wolfforth, Texas

Adviser Virginia Solomon REPRESENTATIVE Jerry Clark Senior Ads

All Saints’ Episcopal School Fort Worth, Texas

Adviser Kathi Tiffany REPRESENTATIVE Tammy Bailey Varsity Cheer (sports)

158 Spreads | Featured


Episcopal School of Jacksonville Jacksonville, Florida Adviser Leah Glotzbach REPRESENTATIVE Tracy Walters Front Endsheet

Leander High School Leander, Texas

Adviser Danielle Bell REPRESENTATIVE Stacy Mehrens Index (reference)

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Burbank High School Burbank, California

Adviser Anne Burnett REPRESENTATIVE Brynda Everman Sister City Club (organizations)

Cy-Ridge High School Houston, Texas

Adviser Ashley Smith REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Schwartz Auto Tech (academics)

160 Spreads | Featured


South Doyle High School Knoxville, Tennessee Adviser Suzanne Rodger REPRESENTATIVE Ben Smith Survey (student life)

Northern Highlands Regional High School Allendale, New Jersey

AdviserS Doreen Albano & Mary Lardiere REPRESENTATIVE Sharon Bodnarchuk Front Endsheet

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Prince of Peace Christian School Carrollton, Texas

Adviser Elaine Barnum REPRESENTATIVE Catherine Iden Senior Ads

Middleburg High School Middleburg, Florida

Adviser Peggy Begin REPRESENTATIVE Tracy Walters Academics Divider

162 Spreads | Featured


University of Mary Hardin-Baylor Belton, Texas

Adviser Avery Green REPRESENTATIVE Stacy Mehrens Cru Knights (organizations)

Wall High School Wall, Texas

Adviser Mary Lee Hoelscher REPRESENTATIVE Doug Altom Memories (student life)

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Akins High School Austin, Texas

Adviser Laura Fleming-Holcomb REPRESENTATIVE Stacy Mehrens PALS & RST (organizations)

Sierra Vista Middle School Irvine, California

Adviser Colleen Cosgrove REPRESENTATIVE Susie Bretting Club Highlights (organizations)

164 Spreads | Featured


Citrus High School Inverness, Florida

Adviser Rebecca Evans REPRESENTATIVE Steve Ferguson Wrestling (sports)

Brookwood High School Snellville, Georgia

Adviser Holly Chatham REPRESENTATIVE Tara Hays Closing

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McKinney Boyd High School

McKinney, Texas

Adviser Julia Copeland REPRESENTATIVE Catherine Iden Varsity Volleyball (sports)

Chapa Middle School

Kyle, Texas

Adviser Owen Taylor REPRESENTATIVE Morgan Tuggle Girls & Guys Night Out (student life)

166 Spreads | Featured


Columbus Academy Gahanna, Ohio

Adviser Laura Miller REPRESENTATIVE Danielle McClelland The Year in Numbers (opening)

Brown University

Providence, Rhode Island Adviser & EDITOR Rachel Lopes-Almeida David Caianiello, Editor REPRESENTATIVE Steve Russo Grad Ads

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GSMST Lawrenceville, Georgia Adviser Adam Brown REPRESENTATIVE Tara Hays Front Endsheet (table of contents)

GSMST Lawrenceville, Georgia Adviser Adam Brown REPRESENTATIVE Tara Hays Senior Selections (people)

168 Spreads | Featured


Glenda Dawson High School Pearland, Texas

Adviser Leslie Sanderson REPRESENTATIVE Ryan Almon Front Endsheet (table of contents)

Glenda Dawson High School Pearland, Texas

Adviser Leslie Sanderson REPRESENTATIVE Ryan Almon Opening

Spreads | Featured 169


Brea Olinda High School Brea, California

Adviser Susan Luce REPRESENTATIVE Marlo Franks Title Page

Brea Olinda High School Brea, California

Adviser Susan Luce REPRESENTATIVE Marlo Franks Faculty (people)

170 Spreads | Featured


Sulphur Springs Middle School Sulphur Springs, Texas Adviser Michelle Blackmon REPRESENTATIVE Debbie Vaughn Pep Rallies (student life)

Sulphur Springs Middle School Sulphur Springs, Texas Adviser Michelle Blackmon REPRESENTATIVE Debbie Vaughn Seventh Grade (people)

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Robert E. Lee High School Midland, Texas

Adviser John Briggs REPRESENTATIVE Doug Altom Back to School (student life)

Robert E. Lee High School Midland, Texas

Adviser John Briggs REPRESENTATIVE Doug Altom Howdy Week (student life)

172 Spreads | Featured


Shawnee Mission South High School Overland Park, Kansas Adviser Julie Fales REPRESENTATIVE Whitney Baker Divider (academics)

Iowa Park Junior High Iowa Park, Texas

Adviser Stephanie Roberts REPRESENTATIVE Tammy Bailey Expectations (student life)

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Vandegrift High School Austin, Texas

Adviser Lela Hammons REPRESENTATIVE Stacy Mehrens Snow & Ice (student life)

Aragon High School

San Mateo, California Adviser Vince Bravo REPRESENTATIVE Shelly Townsend Early Risers (student life)

174 Spreads | Featured


Los Gatos High School Los Gatos, California Adviser Stephanie Rothstein REPRESENTATIVE Shelly Townsend Wildcat Days (student life)

Ridge Point High School Missouri City, Texas Adviser Susanna Jakubik REPRESENTATIVE Ryan Almon Seniors (people)

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Etiwanda High School

Etiwanda, California Adviser Bernadine Judson REPRESENTATIVE Frank Ortiz Varsity Football (sports)

Hardin Valley Academy

Knoxville, Tennessee Adviser Stephanie Crichton REPRESENTATIVE Ben Smith Names & Obsessions (student life)

176 Spreads | Featured


Lehman High School Kyle, Texas

Adviser Judith Cooper REPRESENTATIVE Morgan Tuggle Homecoming (event)

Inglemoor High School Kenmore, Washington Adviser Zane Mills REPRESENTATIVE Kerri Smead Our Stories (student profiles)

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Liberty High School Brentwood, California

Adviser Lloyd Cornwell REPRESENTATIVE Shelly Townsend Front Endsheet (table of contents)

Abilene High School

Abilene, Texas

Adviser Amber Via REPRESENTATIVE Jerry Clark Spirit Week (student life)

178 Spreads | Featured


Hillsborough High School

Hillsborough, New Jersey Adviser Diane Bavier REPRESENTATIVE Sharon Bodnarchuk Front Endsheet (table of contents)

Hillsborough High School

Hillsborough, New Jersey Adviser Diane Bavier REPRESENTATIVE Sharon Bodnarchuk Prom (event)

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Georgetown High School Georgetown, Texas Adviser Barbara Boatright REPRESENTATIVE Jim Anderson Unity (student life)

Yankton High School Yankton, South Dakota

Adviser Jill Mikkelsen REPRESENTATIVE Linda Bernard Senior Most Likely (people)

180 Spreads | Featured


Robinson High School Robinson, Texas

Adviser Kimm Mawhirter REPRESENTATIVE Morgan Tuggle Title Page

Robinson High School Robinson, Texas

Adviser Kimm Mawhirter REPRESENTATIVE Morgan Tuggle Friendship (student life)

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Irons Junior High School

Conroe, Texas

Adviser Alisha Mlcak REPRESENTATIVE Mary Beth McIver Academic Teams (academics)

IANT Quranic Academy Richardson, Texas

Adviser Zubeda Varwani REPRESENTATIVE Sheila Miller Senior Portraits (people)

182 Spreads | Featured


Minnetonka High School Minnetonka, Minnesota Adviser Bethany Holt REPRESENTATIVE Shannon Hart Homecoming (event)

Palisades Charter High School Pacific Palisades, California Adviser Rick Steil REPRESENTATIVE Steve Eddy Cancer Awareness (student life)

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Crossroads School

Santa Monica, California

Adviser Melissa Bouwman REPRESENTATIVE Corey Mundwiler Table of Contents

Wilson High School

Portland, Oregon

Adviser Keith Higbee REPRESENTATIVE Karen Roberts Foreign Exchange Students (student life)

184 Spreads | Featured


University High School Irvine, California

Adviser Hali Kessler REPRESENTATIVE Steve Eddy Opening

Mission Viejo High School Mission Viejo, Calfornia Adviser Sue Denny REPRESENTATIVE Susie Bretting Lunch Activities (student life)

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Kimbrough Middle School

Mesquite, Texas

Adviser Tai Preuninger REPRESENTATIVE Valerie Araujo Faculty Feature (people)

Kimbrough Middle School

Mesquite, Texas

Adviser Tai Preuninger REPRESENTATIVE Valerie Araujo Index

186 Spreads | Featured


Timbercrest Junior High

Woodinville, Washington Adviser Ashley Buhler REPRESENTATIVE Kerri Smead Freshmen (people)

Cleburne County High School Heflin, Alabama

Adviser Christy Ader REPRESENTATIVE Joe Robbins Yearbook History (closing)

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PHOTOS & PACKAGES

FIFTY-SEVEN high schools SIX middle schools TWO universities

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Photos & Packages 189


Port Neches-Groves High School Port Neches, Texas PHOTOGRAPHEr Morgan Gotte Adviser Janis Ryan REPRESENTATIVE Lee Briggs

190 Photos | Featured


Legacy High School Mansfield, Texas PHOTOGRAPHEr John Phillip Petrov AdviserS Leland Mallett Rachel Dearinger REPRESENTATIVE Tammy Bailey

Photos | Featured 191


East Bernard High School East Bernard, Texas PHOTOGRAPHEr Russell Zahradnik Adviser Laura Kabena REPRESENTATIVE Bill Schwartz

Bellaire High School Bellaire, Texas PHOTOGRAPHEr Katya Mayfield Adviser Mica Segal REPRESENTATIVES Ryan Almon & Hal Schmidt

192 Photos | Featured


Legacy High School Mansfield, Texas

PHOTOGRAPHEr Aisha Deburr

AdviserS Leland Mallett & Rachel Dearinger

REPRESENTATIVE Tammy Bailey

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Briarwood School Houston, Texas PHOTOGRAPHEr Hannah Bartholomew Adviser Jamie Boyce REPRESENTATIVE Kat Gorringe

Bishop Kenny High School Jacksonville, Florida PHOTOGRAPHEr Nayari Negron Adviser Alison Benton REPRESENTATIVE Tracy Walters

194 Photos | Featured


Texas Tech University Lubbock, Texas PHOTOGRAPHEr Duncan Stanley Adviser Andrea Watson REPRESENTATIVE David Dixon

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Bridgeport High School Bridgeport, West Virginia PHOTOGRAPHEr Sarah Bush Adviser Alice Rowe REPRESENTATIVE Doug Richardson

Assumption High School Louisville, Kentucky PHOTOGRAPHEr Ali Boland Adviser Daniel Hamm REPRESENTATIVE Elizabeth Knapp

196 Photos | Featured


Texas Tech University Lubbock, Texas PHOTOGRAPHEr Emily de Santos Adviser Andrea Watson REPRESENTATIVE David Dixon

Photos | Featured 197


NC State University Raleigh, North Carolina PHOTOGRAPHEr Ryan Parry Adviser Martha Collins REPRESENTATIVE Josh Lovell

NC State University Raleigh, North Carolina PHOTOGRAPHEr John Joyner Adviser Martha Collins REPRESENTATIVE Josh Lovell

198 Photos | Featured


Lamar High School Houston, Texas

PHOTOGRAPHEr Celest Wilson Adviser Kanithia Hills REPRESENTATIVE Ryan Almon

Photos | Featured 199


North Carolina State University Raleigh, North Carolina PHOTOGRAPHEr Alex Cao Adviser Martha Collins REPRESENTATIVE Josh Lovell

200 Photos | Featured


Baylor University Waco, Texas PHOTOGRAPHEr Travis Taylor AdviserS Paul Carr & Julie Freeman REPRESENTATIVE Jim Anderson

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Baylor University Waco, Texas PHOTOGRAPHEr Meagan Downing AdviserS Paul Carr & Julie Freeman REPRESENTATIVE Jim Anderson

202 Photos | Featured


SMU

Dallas, Texas PHOTOGRAPHEr Ryan Blitzer Adviser Jay Miller REPRESENTATIVE Catherine Iden

Photos | Featured 203


PHOTOGRAPHEr: Sharon Masterson

St. Benedict at Auburndale Cordova, Tennessee Adviser Tammie Ford REPRESENTATIVES Doug Kearney & Jeremy Jackson PHOTOGRAPHEr: Matthew Smith

Klein Oak High School Spring, Texas PHOTOGRAPHEr Jessica Kent Adviser Jennifer Walton REPRESENTATIVE Mary Beth McIver

204 Photos | Featured


Maple Lake High School Maple Lake, Minnesota

PHOTOGRAPHEr Mollie Graham

Adviser Jean Elsenpeter

REPRESENTATIVE Shannon Hart

Photos | Featured 205


Lakeside High School Atlanta, Georgia PHOTOGRAPHEr Anna Grace Robinson Adviser Giovanna Lizzio REPRESENTATIVE Lucy Harkness

206 Photos | Featured


Spring Branch Middle School Houston, Texas PHOTOGRAPHEr Natalia Neri Adviser Christine Baker REPRESENTATIVE Kathleen West

Washington High School Sioux Falls, South Dakota PHOTOGRAPHEr Janessa Amdahl Adviser Alison Halgerson REPRESENTATIVE Linda Bernard

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West Potomac High School Alexandria, Virginia PHOTOGRAPHEr Emily Helms Adviser Mel Mobley REPRESENTATIVE Tami Stalcup

Middleburg High School Middleburg, Florida PHOTOGRAPHEr Erica Cole Adviser Peggy Begin REPRESENTATIVE Tracy Walters

208 Photos | Featured


Cinco Ranch High School Katy, Texas

PHOTOGRAPHEr Eilidh Gill

Adviser Ed Larsen

REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Schwartz

Photos | Featured 209


Hebron High School Carrollton, Texas PHOTOGRAPHEr Bailey Clounch Adviser Steven Jones REPRESENTATIVE Catherine Iden

210 Photos | Featured


Lewisville High School Lewisville, Texas PHOTOGRAPHEr Kobe Chambers Adviser Kira Hayes REPRESENTATIVE Catherine Iden

Photos | Featured 211


Klein Collins High School

Spring, Texas

PHOTOGRAPHEr > Alyssa Jiron PHOTOGRAPHEr Hannah McGee Adviser Justin Elbert REPRESENTATIVE Mary Beth McIver

212 Photos | Featured


Citrus High School Inverness, Florida PHOTOGRAPHEr Baylee Dushane Adviser Rebecca Evans REPRESENTATIVE Steve Ferguson

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John T. Hoggard High School Wilmington, North Carolina PHOTOGRAPHEr Justine Bledsoe Adviser Beth Swindell REPRESENTATIVE Josh Lovell

Cy-Ridge High School Houston, Texas PHOTOGRAPHEr Frenchiee Moreno Adviser Ashley Smith REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Schwartz

214 Photos | Featured


Rouse High School

Floyd Central High School

Leander, Texas

Floyds Knobs, Indiana PHOTOGRAPHEr Sierra Johnson Adviser Kel Lemons REPRESENTATIVE Jim Anderson

PHOTOGRAPHEr Amber Habron Adviser Karen Mayer-Sebastian REPRESENTATIVE Elizabeth Knapp

Photos | Featured 215


Stephen F. Austin State University Nacogdoches, Texas PHOTOGRAPHEr Jennifer Rogers Adviser Julie Akers REPRESENTATIVE Amanda Reynolds

216 Photos | Featured


PHOTOGRAPHEr: Grant Korbel

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McKinney High School McKinney, Texas PHOTOGRAPHEr Giovanni Sabala Adviser Lori Oglesbee REPRESENTATIVE Jim Anderson

218 Photos | Featured


Belton High School Belton, Texas

PHOTOGRAPHEr Tamah Minnis Adviser Kathy Person REPRESENTATIVE Stacy Mehrens

Belton High School Belton, Texas

PHOTOGRAPHEr Margueret Betbeze Adviser Kathy Person REPRESENTATIVE Stacy Mehrens

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Hendrickson High School

Shawnee Mission East High School

Pflugerville, Texas

Prairie Village, Kansas

PHOTOGRAPHEr Rebeca Morales Adviser Kari Riemer REPRESENTATIVE Jim Anderson

PHOTOGRAPHEr Kennedy Webb Adviser Dow Tate REPRESENTATIVE Whitney Baker

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Shawnee Mission East High School Prairie Village, Kansas PHOTOGRAPHEr Marisa Walton Adviser Dow Tate REPRESENTATIVE Whitney Baker

222 Photos | Featured


Rocky Heights Middle School Highlands Ranch, Colorado PHOTOGRAPHEr Sierra Zizzo Adviser Scott Melanson REPRESENTATIVE Rob Rathbun

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Rocky Heights Middle School Highlands Ranch, Colorado PHOTOGRAPHEr Jessie Shumer Adviser Scott Melanson REPRESENTATIVE Rob Rathbun

Shawnee Mission North High School Overland Park, Kansas PHOTOGRAPHEr Goldia Kiteck Adviser Becky Tate REPRESENTATIVE Whitney Baker

224 Photos | Featured


Shawnee Mission North High School Overland Park, Kansas PHOTOGRAPHEr Goldia Kiteck Adviser Becky Tate REPRESENTATIVE Whitney Baker

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226 Photos | Featured


Gorzycki Middle School

Gorzycki Middle School

Austin, Texas

Austin, Texas

PHOTOGRAPHEr Olivia Glenewinkel Adviser Lindsey Shirack REPRESENTATIVE Stacy Mehrens

PHOTOGRAPHEr Abby Thurman Adviser Lindsey Shirack REPRESENTATIVE Stacy Mehrens

Tomball Memorial High School Tomball, Texas PHOTOGRAPHEr Andrew Sellier Adviser Jill Chumley REPRESENTATIVE Mary Beth McIver

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John T. Hoggard High School Wilmington, North Carolina PHOTOGRAPHEr Justine Bledsoe Adviser Beth Swindell REPRESENTATIVE Josh Lovell

228 Photos | Featured

Rouse High School Leander, Texas PHOTOGRAPHEr Emily Pack Adviser Kel Lemons REPRESENTATIVE Jim Anderson


Hardin Valley Academy Knoxville, Tennessee PHOTOGRAPHEr Nicole Maestri Adviser Stephanie Crichton REPRESENTATIVE Ben Smith

Photos | Featured 229


Dartmouth College Hanover, New Hamshire PHOTOGRAPHEr Eri Fumoto Adviser Juliann Coombs REPRESENTATIVE Nick Herberg

230 Photos | Featured


PHOTOGRAPHEr: Jasmine Skloss-Harrison PHOTOGRAPHEr: Zoe Czarnecki

Kealing Middle School Austin, Texas PHOTOGRAPHEr Ella Jane Larrimer Adviser Kristen Scott REPRESENTATIVE Morgan Tuggle

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Brennan High School San Antonio, Texas PHOTOGRAPHEr Natalie Ibarra Adviser Amey Graybeal REPRESENTATIVE Betty Cruz

Brennan High School San Antonio, Texas PHOTOGRAPHEr Katelyn Swanger wAdviser Amey Graybeal REPRESENTATIVE Betty Cruz

232 Photos | Featured


Tom C. Clark High School San Antonio, Texas PHOTOGRAPHEr James Richards Adviser Michelle Elizondo REPRESENTATIVE Kathi Hopkins

PHOTOGRAPHEr: Razan Al Marzouqi

PHOTOGRAPHEr: Patrick Ginelsa

University of Southern California Los Angeles, California Adviser Mona Cravens REPRESENTATIVE Jim Anderson

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Dartmouth College Hanover, New Hamshire PHOTOGRAPHEr Sally Kim Adviser Juliann Coombs REPRESENTATIVE Nick Herberg

234 Photos | Featured


Tom C. Clark High School San Antonio, Texas PHOTOGRAPHEr Cristobal Espino Adviser Michelle Elizondo REPRESENTATIVE Kathi Hopkins

Tom C. Clark High School San Antonio, Texas PHOTOGRAPHEr Violet Frey Adviser Michelle Elizondo REPRESENTATIVE Kathi Hopkins

Photos | Featured 235


Conroe High School

Conroe, Texas

Adviser Megan Crofton REPRESENTATIVE Mary Beth McIver

Bellaire High School Bellaire, Texas

Adviser Mica Segal REPRESENTATIVES Ryan Almon & Hal Schmidt

236 Packages | Featured


Cy Fair High School Cypress, Texas

Adviser Lil Harris REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Schwartz

Packages | Featured 237


Lubbock High School

Lubbock, Texas Adviser Kym Douglas REPRESENTATIVE Jerry Clark

238 Packages | Featured


John Marshall High School San Antonio, Texas Adviser Lisa Schweers REPRESENTATIVE Kathi Hopkins

Bellaire High School Bellaire, Michigan Adviser Nichol Johnson REPRESENTATIVE Craig Talsma

Packages | Featured 239


Klein High School Klein, Texas Adviser Melissa Oberholtzer REPRESENTATIVE Mary Beth McIver

Santa Fe Trail Middle School Olathe, Kansas Adviser Melissa Erker REPRESENTATIVE Whitney Baker

240 Packages | Featured


Buffalo High School Buffalo, Minnesota

Adviser Ryan McCallum REPRESENTATIVE Shannon Hart

Packages | Featured 241


Oviedo High School

Oviedo, Florida

Adviser Alicia Pope REPRESENTATIVE Susse Mabie

242 Packages | Featured


Longview High School Longview, Texas Adviser Kevin Berns REPRESENTATIVE Debbie Vaughn

McNeil High School Austin, Texas

Adviser Theresa Proctor REPRESENTATIVE Morgan Tuggle

Packages | Featured 243


New Smyrna Middle School

New Smyrna Beach, Florida

Adviser Todd Johnson REPRESENTATIVE Susse Mabie

Grapevine High School Grapevine, Texas Adviser Jillian Rooney REPRESENTATIVE Cheryl Chrisman

244 Packages | Featured


St. Benedict at Auburndale

Cordova, Tennessee Adviser Tammie Ford REPRESENTATIVES Doug Kearney & Jeremy Jackson

Packages | Featured 245


Adviser Rene Guevara REPRESENTATIVE Scot Townsend

Adviser Kathi Tiffany REPRESENTATIVE Tammy Bailey

Thomas Downey High School Modesto, California

All Saints’ Episcopal School Fort Worth, Texas

246 Packages | Featured


Bullard High School Bullard, Texas Adviser Melissa Vining REPRESENTATIVE Debbie Vaughn

Westwood High School Austin, Texas

Adviser Melanie Catuogno REPRESENTATIVE Jim Anderson

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Rockport Fulton High School Rockport, TX Adviser Jaymie Knostman REPRESENTATIVE Robyn Stech

McKinney Boyd High School

McKinney, TX

Adviser Julia Copeland REPRESENTATIVE Catherine Iden

Episcopal School of Jacksonville

Jacksonville, Florida Adviser Leah Glotzbach REPRESENTATIVE Tracy Walters

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Rudd Middle School Pinson, Alabama Adviser Dana Davis REPRESENTATIVE Chris Nail

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Rockport Fulton High School Rockport, TX Adviser Jaymie Knostman REPRESENTATIVE Robyn Stech

Fairfield Junior Senior High School Goshen, Indiana

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Fairfield Junior Senior High School Goshen, IN

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Vista Ridge High School Cedar Park, Texas Adviser Jamie Ray REPRESENTATIVE Morgan Tuggle

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Byron P. Steele High School Cibolo, Texas

Adviser Pam Banks REPRESENTATIVE Kathi Hopkins

Clear Springs High School League City, Texas

Plainview High School Ardmore, Oklahoma Adviser Christy Parham REPRESENTATIVE Clif Palmberg

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Tom C. Clark High School

San Antonio, Texas Adviser Michelle Elizondo REPRESENTATIVE Kathi Hopkins

McKinney High School McKinney, Texas Adviser Lori Oglesbee REPRESENTATIVE Jim Anderson

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Tom C. Clark High School

San Antonio, Texas Adviser Michelle Elizondo REPRESENTATIVE Kathi Hopkins

Vandegrift High School Austin, Texas

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Elkhart Memorial High School Elkhart, Indiana Adviser Sherri Greenfield-Ludwig REPRESENTATIVE Abby Herberg

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Hendrickson High School Pflugerville, Texas Adviser Kari Riemer REPRESENTATIVE Jim Anderson

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Clearwater High School Clearwater, Florida Adviser Kylie Aliberto REPRESENTATIVE John Pantelis

Portage High School

Portage, Indiana Adviser Melissa Deavers-Lowie REPRESENTATIVE Abby Herberg

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Gorzycki Middle School Austin, Texas

Adviser Lindsey Shirack REPRESENTATIVE Stacy Mehrens

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Clearwater High School Clearwater, Florida Adviser Kylie Aliberto REPRESENTATIVE John Pantelis

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Ridge Point High School Missouri City, Texas Adviser Susanna Jakubik REPRESENTATIVE Ryan Almon

Etiwanda High School Etiwanda, California

Adviser Bernadine Judson REPRESENTATIVE Frank Ortiz

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Tomball Memorial High School Tomball, Texas

Adviser Jill Chumley REPRESENTATIVE Mary Beth McIver

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Etiwanda High School Etiwanda, California Adviser Bernadine Judson REPRESENTATIVE Frank Ortiz

Rouse High School Leander, Texas

Adviser Kel Lemons REPRESENTATIVE Jim Anderson

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Francis Howell High School St.Charles, Missouri Adviser Michele Dunaway REPRESENTATIVE Liz Bardin

Inglemoor High School Kenmore, Washington Adviser Zane Mills REPRESENTATIVE Kerri Smead

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Snohomish High School

Snohomish, Washington

Adviser Kate Obukowicz REPRESENTATIVE Kerri Smead

Claudia Taylor Johnson High School

San Antonio, Texas Adviser Velissa Jewett REPRESENTATIVE Kathi Hopkins

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Hardin Valley Academy Knoxville, Tennessee Adviser Stephanie Crichton REPRESENTATIVE Ben Smith

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Glacier Peak High School Snohomish, Washington Adviser Annie Green REPRESENTATIVE Randy Elliott

Liberty High School Brentwood, California

Adviser Lloyd Cornwell REPRESENTATIVE Shelly Townsend

Milton Hershey School Hershey, Pennsylvania

AdviserS Jason Beam & Angie Ryan REPRESENTATIVE Ed Patrick

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Francis Howell High School

St. Charles, Missouri

Adviser Michele Dunaway REPRESENTATIVE Liz Bardin

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J.R. Tucker High School Richmond, Virginia

Adviser Tammy Cooper REPRESENTATIVE Tami Stalcup

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Inglemoor High School Kenmore, Washington

Adviser Zane Mills REPRESENTATIVE Kerri Smead

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The American School in London High School London, England

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Stratford High School

Houston, Texas ADVISER: Kim Lynch REPRESENTATIVE: Lisa Schwartz

Port Neches - Groves High School

Port Neches, Texas ADVISER: Janis Ryan REPRESENTATIVE: Lee Briggs

Kingwood High School

Kingwood, Texas ADVISER: Michelle Palmer REPRESENTATIVE: Hal Schmidt

Choctawhatchee High School

Fort Walton Beach, Florida ADVISER: Melanie Griggs REPRESENTATIVE: Marvin Mayer

Eisenhower High School

Lawton, Oklahoma ADVISER: Jenny Mason REPRESENTATIVE: Dennis Ball

Springstead High School

Spring Hill, Florida ADVISER: Shanna Cancel REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Ferguson

Aledo High School

Aledo, Texas ADVISER: Cheryl Posey REPRESENTATIVE: Tammy Bailey

Cleburne County High School

Heflin, Alabama ADVISER: Christy Ader REPRESENTATIVE: Joe Robbins

James Bowie High School

Arlington, Texas ADVISER: Brie Burke REPRESENTATIVE: Cheryl Chrisman

Lake Highlands High School

Dallas, Texas ADVISER: Alison Conger REPRESENTATIVE: Catherine Iden

Humble High School

Humble, Texas ADVISER: Sandyia Payton REPRESENTATIVE: Hal Schmidt

White Bear Lake High School

White Bear Lake, Minnesota ADVISER: Jennifer Kirkham REPRESENTATIVE: Kerry Nelson

McCallum High School

Austin, Texas ADVISER: Rhonda Moore REPRESENTATIVE: Jim Anderson

Alamo Heights High School

San Antonio, Texas ADVISER: Kristin Cade REPRESENTATIVE: Kathi Hopkins

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Clements High School

Sugar Land, Texas ADVISER: Fay Mayo REPRESENTATIVE: Kat Gorringe

Longview High School

Longview, Texas ADVISER: Kevin Berns REPRESENTATIVE: Debbie Vaughn

Northgate High School

Newnan, Georgia ADVISER: Laura Mathiesen REPRESENTATIVE: Diane Stasney

Mansfield High School

Mansfield, Texas ADVISER: Deborah Watson REPRESENTATIVE: Cheryl Chrisman

Friendswood Junior High School

Friendswood, Texas ADVISER: Toni McAfoos REPRESENTATIVE: Ryan Almon

Winder-Barrow High School

Winder, Georgia ADVISER: Sally Baker REPRESENTATIVE: Lucy Harkness

Grapevine High School

Grapevine, Texas ADVISER: Jillian Rooney REPRESENTATIVE: Cheryl Chrisman

Bullard High School

Bullard, Texas ADVISER: Melissa Vining REPRESENTATIVE: Debbie Vaughn

St. Agnes Academy

Houston, Texas ADVISER: Kathi Thompson REPRESENTATIVE: Lisa Schwartz

Maclay School

Tallahassee, Florida ADVISER: Deborah Mayer REPRESENTATIVE: Marvin Mayer

Seminole High School

Seminole, Florida ADVISER: Candace Gilbert REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Ferguson

O’ Henry Middle School

Austin, Texas ADVISER: Kristin Tucker REPRESENTATIVE: Stacy Mehrens

The Woodlands High School

The Woodlands, Texas ADVISER: Mary Ann Widman REPRESENTATIVE: Hal Schmidt

Lamar Middle School

Flower Mound, Texas ADVISER: Phyllis Robertson REPRESENTATIVE: Susan McCall

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Cistercian Preparatory School

Irving, Texas ADVISER: Fr. Anthony Bigney REPRESENTATIVE: Catherine Iden

Azusa Pacific University

Azusa, California ADVISER: April Hanley REPRESENTATIVE: Brynda Everman

Alexander Central High School

Taylorsville, North Carolina ADVISER: Tiffany Boston REPRESENTATIVE: Josh Lovell

Kofa High School

Yuma, Arizona ADVISER: Tom Duggan REPRESENTATIVE: David Honnold

Hebron High School

Carrollton, Texas ADVISER: Steven Jones REPRESENTATIVE: Catherine Iden

Memorial Middle School

Harlingen, Texas ADVISER: Christi Gonzalez REPRESENTATIVE: Mary Harris

Fort Settlement Middle School

Sugar Land, Texas ADVISER: Angela Miller REPRESENTATIVE: Ryan Almon

Ridgeview Middle School

Round Rock, Texas ADVISER: Vicki Felkel REPRESENTATIVE: Stacy Mehrens

Florence High School

Florence, Mississippi ADVISERS: Laura Clark & Melissa Banks REPRESENTATIVE: Karen Loden

Deep Run High School

Glen Allen, Virginia ADVISER: Ashley Khimani REPRESENTATIVE: Sarah Lockwood

Leon High School

Tallahassee, Florida ADVISER: Pam Garrett REPRESENTATIVE: Marvin Mayer

Tucker Creek Middle School

Havelock, North Carolina ADVISER: Kathi Finley REPRESENTATIVE: Josh Lovell

Carlisle Area High School

Carlisle, Pennsylvania ADVISER: Melissa Gallagher REPRESENTATIVE: Ed Patrick

Byron Steele High Scool

Cibolo, Texas ADVISER: Pam Banks REPRESENTATIVE: Kathi Hopkins

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Enumclaw High School

Enumclaw, Washington ADVISER: Victor Wallace REPRESENTATIVE: Kerri Smead

Lancaster Bible College

Lancaster, Pennsylvania ADVISERS: Karen Perago & Gail Alexander REPRESENTATIVE: Nicole Hammond

Wiley Middle School

Leander, Texas ADVISER: Lindsay Short REPRESENTATIVE: Stacy Mehrens

McKinney Boyd High School

McKinney, Texas ADVISER: Julia Copeland REPRESENTATIVE: Catherine Iden

Rainier Middle School

Auburn, Washington ADVISER: Scott Davidson REPRESENTATIVE: Talli Gonyaw

Lake Howell High School

Winter Park, Florida ADVISER: Victoria Franzese REPRESENTATIVE: Susse Mabie

American School Foundation A.C.

Mexico City, DF Mexico ADVISER: Bernardo Letayf REPRESENTATIVE: Terye Myers

Loara High School

Anaheim, California ADVISER: Paul Chylinski REPRESENTATIVE: Marlo Franks

Brea Olinda High School

Brea, California ADVISER: Susan Luce REPRESENTATIVE: Marlo Franks

Riverdale High School

Murfreesboro, Tennessee ADVISER: Edie Pondillo REPRESENTATIVE: Josh Houston

Vandegrift High School

Austin, Texas ADVISER: Lela Hammons REPRESENTATIVE: Stacy Mehrens

Los Gatos High School

Los Gatos, California ADVISER: Stephanie Rothstein REPRESENTATIVE: Shelly Townsend

Palm Desert High School

Palm Desert, California ADVISER: Ryan Gardner REPRESENTATIVE: Frank Ortiz

Tomball Memorial High School

Tomball, Texas ADVISER: Jill Chumley REPRESENTATIVE: Mary Beth McIver

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The Lawrenceville School

Lawrenceville, New Jersey ADVISER: Pierre Sardain REPRESENTATIVE: Megan Swigon

Inglemoor High School

Kenmore, Washington ADVISER: Zane Mills REPRESENTATIVE: Kerri Smead

Clinton County High School

Albany, Kentucky ADVISER: Lorie Musk REPRESENTATIVE: Elizabeth Knapp

J Frank Dobie Junior High School

Cibolo, Texas ADVISER: Britney Hernandez REPRESENTATIVE: Kathi Hopkins

George Ranch High School

Richmond, Texas ADVISER: Amanda Respondek REPRESENTATIVE: Cindy Moye

Cypress Lake Middle School

Fort Myers, Florida ADVISER: Angela Amos REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Ferguson

Laurelhurst Middle School

Portland, Oregon ADVISER: Karen Pinder REPRESENTATIVE: Karen Roberts

Anderson High School

Austin, Texas ADVISER: Crissie Ballard REPRESENTATIVE: Stacy Mehrens

Northwest Rankin High School

Flowood, Mississippi ADVISERS: Anna Hughes & Kalea Derrick REPRESENTATIVE: Karen Loden

Glen Allen High School

Glen Allen, Virginia ADVISER: Taren Meekins REPRESENTATIVE: Tami Stalcup

IANT Quranic Academy

Richardson, Texas ADVISER: Zubeda Varwani REPRESENTATIVE: Sheila Miller

Minnetonka High School

Minnetonka, Minnesota ADVISER: Bethany Holt REPRESENTATIVE: Shannon Hart

Snohomish High School

Snohomish, Washington ADVISER: Kate Obukowicz REPRESENTATIVE: Kerri Smead

La Jolla Country Day

La Jolla, California ADVISER: Bruce Fayman REPRESENTATIVE: David Honnold

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Bishop O’Dowd High School

Oakland, California ADVISER: Damian Barnes REPRESENTATIVE: Shelly Townsend

University High School

Irvine, California ADVISER: Hali Kessler REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Eddy

Estancia High School

Costa Mesa, California ADVISER: John Yeomans REPRESENTATIVE: Susie Bretting

Mission Viejo High School

Mission Viejo, California ADVISER: Sue Denny REPRESENTATIVE: Susie Bretting

Liberty High School

Brentwood, California ADVISER: Lloyd Cornwell REPRESENTATIVE: Shelly Townsend

Cibola High School

Yuma, Arizona ADVISER: Richard Fontanes REPRESENTATIVE: David Honnold

Fred T. Foard High School

Newton, North Carolina ADVISERS: Lydia Gillespie & Jeanne Davis REPRESENTATIVE: Brandy Rogers

Harrisonburg High School

Harrisonburg, Virginia ADVISER: Mary Strickler REPRESENTATIVE: Sarah Lockwood

Exeter Twp. High School

Reading, Pennsylvania ADVISER: John White REPRESENTATIVE: Ed Patrick

University of Mary Washington

Fredericksburg, Virginia ADVISERS: Megan Petter & Madeleine Rhondeau REPRESENTATIVE: Sarah Lockwood

Bluffton High School

Bluffton, Ohio ADVISER: Beth Cogley REPRESENTATIVE: Jennifer Hohn

Otsego High School

Otsego, Michigan ADVISER: Jackie Trometter REPRESENTATIVE: Craig Talsma

Emma Willard School

Troy, New York ADVISER: Lindsay Slaughter REPRESENTATIVE: Amy Devine

Dublin Scioto High School

Dublin, Ohio ADVISER: Amber Yuen REPRESENTATIVE: Lindsey Swank

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A&M Consolidated High School College Station, Texas ADVISER Freda Carraway REPRESENTATIVE Amanda

Reynolds

A&M Consolidated Middle School College Station, Texas ADVISER Tracy Smith REPRESENTATIVE Amanda

Reynolds

A.C.E. High School

Helendale, California ADVISER William Brown REPRESENTATIVE Carla Gonzalez

Abilene Cooper High School Abilene, Texas ADVISER Lori Beale REPRESENTATIVE Jerry

Clark

Abraham Lincoln High School Denver, Colorado ADVISER Annette Tenorio REPRESENTATIVE Lindsie Myers

Absegami High School

Absecon, New Jersey ADVISERS John Morris & Cheryl Breitzman REPRESENTATIVE Nancy Prudente

Academia Juarez

El Paso, Texas ADVISER Gwen Romney REPRESENTATIVE Roland

Esparza

Vadnais Heights, Minnesota ADVISER Nicholas Giles-Lauer REPRESENTATIVE Heidi Schahn

Academy for Urban Leadership School Perth Amboy, New Jersey ADVISER Jessica Cappadona REPRESENTATIVE Sharon Bodnarchuk

Academy of the Holy Names Tampa, Florida ADVISER Sister Lisa Perkowski REPRESENTATIVE John Pantelis

Airline High School

Vaughn

Robbins

Alderete Middle School Canutillo, Texas ADVISER April Burnette REPRESENTATIVE Roland

Nail Alief Hastings High School

Houston, Texas ADVISER Andrea Negri REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Schwartz

All Saints Academy

Winter Haven, Florida ADVISER Stacy Walsh REPRESENTATIVE John

Pantelis

Allen County-Scottsville High School Scottsville, Kentucky ADVISER Marideth Trammel REPRESENTATIVE Jamie Marcial

Alpha Omega Academy

Huntsville, Texas ADVISER Melanie Brega REPRESENTATIVE Bill Schwartz

American School of Tampico Tampico, Tamaulipus, Mexico ADVISER Alyssa Lindahl REPRESENTATIVE Terye Myers

Amherst County High School Amherst, Virginia ADVISER Wanda Burley REPRESENTATIVE Scott Stalcup

Clinton, Tennessee ADVISER Lynn Justice REPRESENTATIVE Ben Smith

Angleton High School

Angleton, Texas ADVISER Missy Adams REPRESENTATIVE Ryan Almon

Ann Richards School Austin, Texas ADVISER Sarah Walker REPRESENTATIVE Stacy

Esparza

Arlington High School Arlington, Tennessee ADVISER Carl Pfeiffer REPRESENTATIVE Jeremy

Jackson

Mehrens

Annville, Pennsylvania ADVISER Ryan Clements REPRESENTATIVE Ed Patrick

Nail

Arthur L. Davila Middle School Bryan, Texas ADVISER Dinah Bolton REPRESENTATIVE Amanda

Reynolds

Arvin High School

Arvin, California ADVISER Julie Gibson REPRESENTATIVE Christina

Matthews

Asheville High School

Asheville, North Carolina ADVISER Jesse Kurtz-Nicholl REPRESENTATIVE Brandy Rogers

Atascocita Middle School Humble, Texas ADVISER Kelli Richardson REPRESENTATIVE Mary Beth

McIver

Athens High School

Athens, Alabama ADVISER DayLee Green REPRESENTATIVE Jimmy

Elmore

Atlanta High School

Atlanta, Texas ADVISER Susan Greig REPRESENTATIVE Debbie

Vaughn

Hollywood, Florida ADVISER Allison Duncan REPRESENTATIVE Amanda

Wedgworth

Austin High School Austin, Texas ADVISER Isabelle REPRESENTATIVE

Salazar Mickey Mehrens

B

B. McDaniel Middle School

Aragon Middle School

Houston, Texas ADVISER Susan Walrath REPRESENTATIVE Kathleen

Artesia, New Mexico ADVISER Sherrie Bratcher REPRESENTATIVE Dennis Ball

Attucks Middle School

Annville Cleona High School

Arab, Alabama ADVISER Adi Hunt REPRESENTATIVE Chris

Fort Worth, Texas ADVISER Madolin Rosenthal REPRESENTATIVE Tammy Bailey

Artesia High School

Arab Junior High School

Albertville High School Albertville, Alabama ADVISER Mary Smith REPRESENTATIVE Joe

Arlington Heights High School

Anderson County High School

Academy for Sciences and Agriculture

Bossier City, Louisiana ADVISER Sandy Hahn REPRESENTATIVE Debbie

Alexandria High School

Alexandria, Alabama ADVISER Carrie Gann REPRESENTATIVE Chris

West

Arbor Creek Middle School

Carrollton, Texas ADVISER Chuck Brouillette REPRESENTATIVE Susan McCall

Denison, Texas ADVISER Ann Reed REPRESENTATIVE Susan

McCall

Baboquivari High School

Sells, Arizona ADVISER Robin Bradley REPRESENTATIVE Dale Whitmore

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Bailey Junior High

Arlington, Texas ADVISER Amanda Holder REPRESENTATIVE Lauren McIver

Bella Vista Middle School Murrieta, California ADVISER Doug Burgess REPRESENTATIVE Frank Ortiz

Bleyl Middle School

Houston, Texas ADVISER Dodi Swayze REPRESENTATIVE Kathleen

West

Baines Middle School

Bergen County Academies

Blue Mountain College

Ball High School

Bergen County Technical High School

Blue Mountain High School

Missouri City, Texas ADVISER April Williams REPRESENTATIVE Kat Gorringe Galveston, Texas ADVISER Britney Nealon REPRESENTATIVE Kat Gorringe

Hackensack, New Jersey ADVISERS Miyoung Min & Evelyn Rios REPRESENTATIVE Sharon Bodnarchuk

Paramus, New Jersey ADVISERS Karen Waller & Patty Wilson REPRESENTATIVE Sharon Bodnarchuk

Blue Mountain, Mississippi ADVISER Emma Ainsworth REPRESENTATIVE Greg Williams Schuylkill Haven, Pennsylvania ADVISERS Deanna Battory & REPRESENTATIVE Ed Patrick

Bangs High School

Berkely Accelerated Middle School

Blue Ridge ISD

Banning High School

Berry Middle School

Bob Jones High School

Bangs, Texas ADVISER Leesa Stephens REPRESENTATIVE Doug Altom Wilmington, California ADVISER Arnoldo Vargas REPRESENTATIVE Steve Eddy

Barbers Hill High School

Mont Belvieu, Texas ADVISER Kelly Melancon REPRESENTATIVE Ryan Almon

Barbers Hill Middle School Mont Belvieu, Texas ADVISER Karen Webb REPRESENTATIVE Ryan

Almon

Bay Area Christian School

League City, Texas ADVISER Jennifer Kerr REPRESENTATIVE Kat Gorringe

Auburndale, Florida ADVISER Audrey Oscarson REPRESENTATIVE John Pantelis

Hoover, Alabama ADVISER Chelsea Meharey REPRESENTATIVE Joe Robbins

Bessemer Academy Bessemer, Alabama ADVISER Sue Nelson REPRESENTATIVE Chris

Jaime Clemas

Blue Ridge, Texas ADVISER Charlotte Todd REPRESENTATIVE Susan McCall

Madison, Alabama ADVISER Jan Priest REPRESENTATIVE Joe

Robbins

Boerne High School Nail

BF Terry High School

Rosenberg, Texas ADVISER Denise Adams REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Schwartz

Big Walnut High School Sunbury, Ohio ADVISER Mary Mitton REPRESENTATIVE Lindsey

Swank

Boerne, Texas ADVISER Beth Manz REPRESENTATIVE Kathi

Hopkins

Bolton High School

Arlington, Tennessee ADVISERS Dianne Young & Hudd Byard REPRESENTATIVES Doug Kearney & Jeremy

Bonney Lake High School

Bonney Lake, Washington ADVISER Amanda Ross REPRESENTATIVE Talli Gonyaw

Bayside Intermediate

Biggersville High School

Boones Creek Middle School

Bearden High School

Biloxi High School

Borah High School

Binghamton University

Bordentown Regional Middle School

League City, Texas ADVISER Dawn Lewandowski REPRESENTATIVE Cindy Moye Knoxville, Tennessee ADVISER Mae Hnilica REPRESENTATIVE Ben

Smith

Bearden Middle School

Knoxville, Tennessee ADVISER Suzie Bottorff REPRESENTATIVE Katie Welch

Beck Middle School

Corinth, Mississippi ADVISER Deborah Jackson REPRESENTATIVE Jeffrey Williams

Biloxi, Mississippi ADVISER Tracy Campbell REPRESENTATIVE Karen Loden Binghamton, New York ADVISER James Koval REPRESENTATIVE Kathleen

Smith

Johnson City, Tennessee ADVISER Summer Cradic REPRESENTATIVE Matt Smith

Boise, Idaho ADVISER Sandy Bowman REPRESENTATIVE Jon Riggs Bordentown, New Jersey ADVISERS Mary Lynne Morino & Harriet REPRESENTATIVE Nancy Prudente

Bishop Alemany High School

Boswell High School

Beckendorff Junior High School

Bishop John J. Snyder High School

Bothell High School

Bedford Junior High

Bishop Rosecrans High School

Bowling Green High School

Katy, Texas ADVISER Carol James REPRESENTATIVE Kathleen

West

Katy, Texas ADVISER Jami Ouellette REPRESENTATIVE Ryan Almon Bedford, Texas ADVISER Britney Bowen REPRESENTATIVE Lauren

McIver

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Mission Hills, California ADVISER Paul Apolinario REPRESENTATIVE Naomi Rowland Jacksonville, Florida ADVISER Helen McClernon REPRESENTATIVE Tracy Walters Zanesville, Ohio ADVISER Martha Zellar REPRESENTATIVE Lindsey

Swank

Jackson

Fort Worth, Texas ADVISER Tonya Flowers REPRESENTATIVE Dave DePaul Bothell, Washington ADVISER Duane Eickhoff REPRESENTATIVE Kerri Smead Bowling Green, Kentucky ADVISER Denita Hines REPRESENTATIVE Jamie

Marcial

Walker


Bradshaw Mountain High School

Prescott Valley, Arizona ADVISER Tori Kendall REPRESENTATIVE Susan

Fearnside

Bragg Middle School Gardendale, Alabama ADVISER Emily Cazola REPRESENTATIVE Chris

Cambridge High School

Brooks High School

Cambridge Middle School

Weatherford, Texas ADVISER Pat Chagarris REPRESENTATIVE Dave DePaul Killen, Alabama ADVISER Brenda REPRESENTATIVE

Nail

Brandon Academy

Brandon, Florida ADVISER Michelle Todd REPRESENTATIVE Steve Ferguson

Brandon High School

Milton, Georgia ADVISER Angela Sinisgalli REPRESENTATIVE Tara Hays

Cambridge, Minnesota ADVISERS Christine Hedberg & REPRESENTATIVE Heidi Schahn

Burns Jimmy Elmore

Brophy Academy Preparatory Phoenix, Arizona ADVISER Joe Klein REPRESENTATIVE Susan

Jacksboro, Tennessee ADVISER Lisa Bolton REPRESENTATIVE Katie

Fearnside

Brownsboro, Texas ADVISER Patsy Lewis REPRESENTATIVE Debbie

Bravo Medical Magnet

Los Angeles, California ADVISER Harlaee Santana REPRESENTATIVE Brynda Everman

Brazosport High School

Carson, California ADVISER Jeremy REPRESENTATIVE

Bryan High School

Bucko Steve Eddy

Caney Creek High School

Bryan, Texas ADVISER Rebecca Dominy REPRESENTATIVE Lee Briggs

Conroe, Texas ADVISER Pat Bermudez REPRESENTATIVE Mary Beth

Bullitt East High School

Almon

Welch

CAMS

Vaughn

Mount Washington, Kentucky ADVISER Larry Steinmetz REPRESENTATIVE Elizabeth

Buffalo, New York ADVISERS Christopher Appleton & Cameron Garrity REPRESENTATIVE Barbara Catallo

Knapp

Buna High School

Canton Middle School

Brentwood Academy

Burkburnett Middle School

Canutillo Middle School

Brentwood, Tennessee ADVISER Gale Payne REPRESENTATIVE Josh

Buna, Texas ADVISER Karen Blalock REPRESENTATIVE Jill Garrett Burkburnett, Texas ADVISER Danny Holman REPRESENTATIVE Tammy

Houston

Brethren Christian High School Huntington Beach, California ADVISER Nancy Patrick REPRESENTATIVE Steve

Eddy

Briarcrest Christian School

Eads, Tennessee ADVISER Sandra Longworth REPRESENTATIVES Doug Kearney

& Jeremy Jackson

Briarhill Middle School

Highland Village, Texas ADVISER Cynthia Vindiola REPRESENTATIVE Clif Palmberg

Bridge City High School

Bridge City, Texas ADVISER Genevieve Garrison REPRESENTATIVE Lee Briggs

Bridgeport Middle School Bridgeport, West Virginia ADVISER Julie Turnbull REPRESENTATIVE Doug

Richardson

Bridgewater-Raritan High School

Bridgewater, New Jersey ADVISER Pat Cahill & Michael Bittner REPRESENTATIVES Nancy Prudente & Rebecca Schneider

Canton, North Carolina ADVISER Joshua Simmons REPRESENTATIVE Brandy Rogers Canutillo, Texas ADVISER Lisa Roskosky REPRESENTATIVE Roland

Bailey

Burleson High School

Austin, Texas ADVISER Dana Thompson REPRESENTATIVE Stacy Mehrens

C

Canyon Vista Middle School Austin, Texas ADVISER Missy Sharpe REPRESENTATIVE Jim Anderson

Captain Shreve High School

C.E. King High School

Shreveport, Louisiana ADVISER Lee Simms REPRESENTATIVE Debbie

Hinson

Goyne

Carbondale Community High School

C.H. Yoe High School

Carbondale, Illinois ADVISER Brandi Jones REPRESENTATIVE Stacey

Cameron, Texas ADVISER Lindsey McCown REPRESENTATIVE Amanda Reynolds

Sisk

Carlsbad High School

C.O. Wilson Middle School

Carlsbad, New Mexico ADVISER Elizabeth Burke REPRESENTATIVE Roland Esparza

Nederland, Texas ADVISER Deena Krautz REPRESENTATIVE Jill Garrett

Carnegie Vanguard High School

Calvary Baptist School

Lansdale, Pennsylvania ADVISERS Linda Wolstenholme & Krista REPRESENTATIVE Carolyn Oldham

Esparza

Canyon Ridge Middle School

Burleson, Texas ADVISER Stephanie Mitchell REPRESENTATIVE Cheryl Chrisman

Houston, Texas ADVISER Raul Marroquin REPRESENTATIVE Stephanie

McIver

Canisius High School

Brenham High School

Brenham, Texas ADVISER Laurie Kirts REPRESENTATIVE Bill Schwartz

Jill Horton

Campbell County High School

Brownsboro High School

Brandon, Mississippi ADVISER Nichole Robinson REPRESENTATIVE Karen Loden

Freeport, Texas ADVISER Susan Holt REPRESENTATIVE Ryan

Brock High School

Myers

Houston, Texas ADVISER Anne Paget REPRESENTATIVE Cindy

Moye

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Cascade Middle School

Auburn, Washington ADVISER Alethea REPRESENTATIVE

Dozier Talli Gonyaw

Cass a Technical High School Detroit, Michigan ADVISER Lauralyn Taylor REPRESENTATIVE Ramonda

Hollenquest

Cathedral City High School Cathedral City, California ADVISER Tom Buck REPRESENTATIVE Frank

Ortiz

Vaughn

Cedar Bayou Junior High Baytown, Texas ADVISER Joanne REPRESENTATIVE

Bell Stephanie Hinson

Cedar Brook Academy Clarksburg, Maryland ADVISER Diane Branham REPRESENTATIVE Jeanne

Cinco Ranch Jr. High

Central East High School

Clackamas High School

Lexington, North Carolina ADVISER Kathy Edminson REPRESENTATIVE Shandi Foster Fresno, California ADVISER Shana Kaspian REPRESENTATIVE Christina

Katy, Texas ADVISER Samantha Colquitt REPRESENTATIVE Kathleen West

Clackamas, Oregon ADVISER Lorraine Stratton REPRESENTATIVE Karen Roberts

Matthews

Central High School

Memphis, Tennessee ADVISER Melissa Berretta REPRESENTATIVES Doug Kearney

Clarence High School & Jeremy Jackson

Century Junior High

Cayuga High School

Cayuga, Texas ADVISER Deanna Frye REPRESENTATIVE Debbie

Central Davidson High School

Unger

Cedar Cliff High School

Camp Hill, Pennsylvania ADVISER Julie Bowerman REPRESENTATIVE Ed patrick

Forest Lake, Minnesota ADVISER Katy Potthoff REPRESENTATIVE Heidi

Catallo

Clay-Battelle High School

Blacksville, West Virginia ADVISER Christie Dawson REPRESENTATIVE Doug Richardson

Schahn

Cesar E. Chavez High School Delano, California ADVISER Rose Marie Dao REPRESENTATIVE Christina

Clear Brook High School

Friendswood, Texas ADVISER Katherine Dotter REPRESENTATIVE Ryan Almon

Matthews

Challenge Early College High School Houston, Texas ADVISER Joshua REPRESENTATIVE

Clarence, New York ADVISER Peter Scumaci REPRESENTATIVE Barbara

Silberman Cindy Moye

Challenger K-8 School Spring Hill, Florida ADVISER Kim Paff REPRESENTATIVE Steve

Clear Falls High School

League City, Texas ADVISER Kylee Caraveo REPRESENTATIVE Cindy Moye

Clear Fork High School

Bellville, Ohio ADVISER Heather Keating REPRESENTATIVE Danielle McClelland

Ferguson

Cedar Creek High School

Chambersburg Area High School

Clear Lake High School

Cedar Park High School

Charlottesville High School

Clear Lake Intermediate

Egg Harbor City, New Jersey ADVISERS Carolyn Calderone & Georgeann Schenker REPRESENTATIVE Rebecca Schneider Cedar Park, Texas ADVISER Paige Hert REPRESENTATIVE Mickey

Mehrens

Cedar Ridge High School Round Rock, Texas ADVISER Tom Shands REPRESENTATIVE Stacy

Mehrens

Celeste High School

Celeste, Texas ADVISER Crawford Moore REPRESENTATIVE Susan McCall

Chambersburg, Pennsylvania ADVISER Mike Snedden REPRESENTATIVE Ed Patrick Charlottesville, Virginia ADVISER David Suitts REPRESENTATIVE Tami

Houston, Texas ADVISER Paula Smith REPRESENTATIVE Kat Gorringe Houston, Texas ADVISER Michele Brinkmann REPRESENTATIVE Cindy Moye

Stalcup

Chelsea High School

Cleveland High School

Christ Covenant School

Clinton Public School

Chelsea, Alabama ADVISER Frank Ritchie REPRESENTATIVE Mike Dunn

Winterville, North Carolina ADVISER Lisa Stroud REPRESENTATIVE Josh

Cleveland, Alabama ADVISER Linda Williams REPRESENTATIVE Chris Nail Clinton, New Jersey ADVISERS Darlene Nardi & Tonya Reese REPRESENTATIVE Sharon Bodnarchuk

Lovell

Centennial High School

Christ The King Catholic Schol

Clinton Township Middle School

Center Hill High School

Christian Academy of Louisville

Clyde A. Erwin High School

Bakersfield, California ADVISER Jennifer Rush Tucker Rivera REPRESENTATIVE Christina Matthews Olive Branch, Mississippi ADVISER Roben Nobles REPRESENTATIVE Scott Sitton

Central Dauphin High School Harrisburg, Pennsylvania ADVISER Robin Smithers REPRESENTATIVE Ed Patrick

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Tampa, Florida ADVISER Victoria Thaxton REPRESENTATIVE Steve Ferguson

Louisville, Kentucky ADVISERS Stephen Krebs & Sean REPRESENTATIVE Elizabeth Knapp

Clinton, New Jersey ADVISERS Patrick Ferrante & Dawn Hauck REPRESENTATIVE Sharon Bodnarchuk

Reading

Cicero-North Syracuse High School Cicero, New York ADVISERS Amy Haven, Heather Blaski REPRESENTATIVE Kathleen Smith

& Amy Furletti

Asheville, North Carolina ADVISER Megan Morgan REPRESENTATIVE Brandy Rogers

Coachella Valley High School Thermal, California ADVISER Saul Lopez REPRESENTATIVE Frank

Ortiz


Coats-Erwin Middle School Dunn, North Carolina ADVISER Ann Suggs REPRESENTATIVE Josh

Cotaco School

Somerville, Alabama ADVISER Paula David REPRESENTATIVE Jimmy

Lovell

College Station High School College Station, Texas ADVISER Teresa Laffin REPRESENTATIVE Amanda

Colleyville Middle School

Colleyville, Texas ADVISER Kathryn Adams REPRESENTATIVE Cheryl Chrisman

Collierville High School

Collierville, Tennessee ADVISER Megan Johnston REPRESENTATIVE Jeremy Jackson

Colonie Central High School

Colonie, New York ADVISERS Stacy Evans, Megan Carlin & Thomas Marrotta REPRESENTATIVE Amy Devine

Columbia Central High School Columbia, Tennessee ADVISER Carolyn Keysaer REPRESENTATIVE Josh Houston

Communication Media Arts High School Hollenquest

Concackamack Middle School Piscataway, New Jersey ADVISER Dolores Taylor REPRESENTATIVE Sharon

Bodnarchuk

Concordia Lutheran High School Tomball, Texas ADVISER Marsha Domann REPRESENTATIVE Mary Beth

Dallastown, Pennsylvania ADVISERS Molly Dallmeyer & REPRESENTATIVE Ed Patrick

Elmore

Craigmont High School

Reynolds

Detroit, Michigan ADVISER Corey Stokes REPRESENTATIVE Ramonda

Dallastown Area High School

McIver

Memphis, Tennessee ADVISER Jason Kelly REPRESENTATIVE Jeremy

Danbury High School

Jackson

Creek Valley Middle School Carrollton, Texas ADVISER Carie Krueger REPRESENTATIVE Susan

Danbury, Texas ADVISER Stacy White REPRESENTATIVE Kat Gorringe

Daniel Boone High School Johnson City, Tennessee ADVISER Katie Purchase REPRESENTATIVE Matt Smith

McCall

Creekside Intermediate

Davidson Middle School

League City, Texas ADVISER Lori McSwain REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Schwartz

Destin, Florida ADVISER Kyla Scelzi REPRESENTATIVE Marvin

Crescent Academy High School

Southfield, Michigan ADVISER Elizabeth Laginess REPRESENTATIVE Ramonda Hollenquest

Crescent High School

Iva, South Carolina ADVISER Sherry Holbrook REPRESENTATIVE Holly Schweitzer

Cumberland Valley High School Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania ADVISERS Gregg Lucas & Shaun REPRESENTATIVE Ed Patrick

Karen Thoman

Bollinger

Mayer

Dayton High School

Dayton, Texas ADVISER Chelsea Carrell REPRESENTATIVE Amanda

Reynolds

DeBakey High School

Houston, Texas ADVISER Deanna Woollen REPRESENTATIVE Kathleen

West

Deer Park High School

Deer Park, Texas ADVISER Amy Gullett REPRESENTATIVE Kat Gorringe

Currituck County High School

Deer Valley High School

Curtis High School

Deerfield Beach Middle School

Barco, North Carolina ADVISER Claire Bynum REPRESENTATIVE Josh Lovell

University Place, Washington ADVISER Liz Corbishley REPRESENTATIVE Talli Gonyaw

Glendale, Arizona ADVISER Melissa Reagan REPRESENTATIVE Susan Fearnside Deerfield Beach, Florida ADVISER Ranae Arnette REPRESENTATIVE Amanda

Wedgworth

Cookeville High School

Cy Lakes High School

DeKalb County High School

Coral Glades High School

Cy Ranch High School

DeLaSalle High School

Cookeville, Tennessee ADVISER Sherri Leimer REPRESENTATIVE Josh Houston Coral Spring, Florida ADVISER Kristen Edwards REPRESENTATIVE Amanda

Katy, Texas ADVISER Sara Gonzales REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Schwartz

Wedgworth

Coram Deo Collin County

Schwartz

Cy Woods High School

Plano, Texas ADVISER Sandra Murcott REPRESENTATIVE Susan McCall

Cypress, Texas ADVISER Abby Paysse REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Schwartz

D

Cordova High School

Cordova, Alabama ADVISER Linda Guthrie REPRESENTATIVE Jay Elmore

Dallas International School

Corinth Jr. Sr. High School

Corinth, New York ADVISERS Valerie Klaiber & Josie REPRESENTATIVE Amy Devine

Cypress, Texas ADVISER Leah Goyer REPRESENTATIVE Lisa

Hollander

Dallas, Texas ADVISER Zan Keith REPRESENTATIVE Mickey

Mehrens

Smithville, Tennessee ADVISER Debi DePriest REPRESENTATIVE Josh Houston Minneapolis, Minnesota ADVISER Emily Beckman REPRESENTATIVE Shannon

Hart

Delran High School

Delran, New Jersey ADVISERS Mary Nutter & Justine Carey REPRESENTATIVE Nancy Prudente

Denby High School

Detroit, Michigan ADVISER Meghan Everett REPRESENTATIVE Ramonda

Hollenquest

Denver KIPP Collegiate

Denver, Colorado ADVISER Jack Christensen REPRESENTATIVE Lindsie Myers

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Depaoli Middle School Reno, Nevada ADVISER Cheryl Pratt REPRESENTATIVE Frank

Deptford High School Schneider

Edinburg High School

Dunedin High School

Edmonson County High School

Sugar Land, Texas ADVISER Suzanne Lucas REPRESENTATIVE Ryan Almon

Ortiz

Deptford, New Jersey ADVISER Christine Greene REPRESENTATIVES Nancy Prudente

Dulles Middle School

& Rebecca

Desert Hot Springs High School Desert Hot Springs, California ADVISER Jamie O’Neal REPRESENTATIVE Frank Ortiz

Dunedin, Florida ADVISER Gail Schuck REPRESENTATIVE John

Dunlap High School

Dunlap, Illinois ADVISER Tom Sullivan REPRESENTATIVE Sarah

Destin Middle School Crestview, Florida ADVISER Amy Giraldo REPRESENTATIVE Marvin

Mayer

Dobie High School

Houston, Texas ADVISER Jacob Rogers REPRESENTATIVE Ryan Almon

Dodd City ISD

Dodd City, Texas ADVISER Kellie Baker REPRESENTATIVE Susan

McCall

Dogwood School

Germantown, Tennessee ADVISERS Beth Bobo & Kristina Garner REPRESENTATIVE Jeremy Jackson

Donna Klein Jewish Academy Boca Raton, Florida ADVISER Dr. Ben Miller REPRESENTATIVE Amanda

Wedgworth

Douglas Freeman High School Richmond, Virginia ADVISER Megan Corker REPRESENTATIVE Tami Stalcup

Downing Middle School Flower Mound, Texas ADVISER Kayla Mick REPRESENTATIVE Susan

McCall

Dublin Coffman High School Dublin, Ohio ADVISER Janie Saunders REPRESENTATIVE Lindsey

Swank

Duchesne Academy

Houston, Texas ADVISER Lisa Van Etta REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Schwartz

Dulles High School

Sugar Land, Texas ADVISER Linda Sylvester REPRESENTATIVE Ryan Almon

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Durham

Eagle High School Eagle, Idaho ADVISER Bob Foster REPRESENTATIVE Jon

Riggs

East Alexander Middle School Hiddenite, North Carolina ADVISER Diane McPherson REPRESENTATIVE Shandi Foster

East Central High

East Central High School Hopkins

East English Village Preparatory High School Detroit, Michigan ADVISER Gail Elam REPRESENTATIVE Ramonda

Hollenquest

East Hamilton High School Ooltewah, Tennessee ADVISER John Millard REPRESENTATIVE Katie

Welch

East Surry High School Pilot Mountain, North Carolina ADVISER Brandon Cook REPRESENTATIVE Shandi

Foster

East View High School

Georgetown, Texas ADVISER Lauren Gocken REPRESENTATIVE Stacy Mehrens

Eastland High School Eastland, Texas ADVISER Tracy Wells REPRESENTATIVE Lauren

El Roble Intermediate School Claremont, California ADVISER Jenny McGourty-Riggs REPRESENTATIVE Susie Bretting

El Segundo High School El Segundo, California ADVISER David Reed REPRESENTATIVE Steve

Eddy

Elida High School

Elida, Ohio ADVISER Ron Varland REPRESENTATIVE Jennifer

Hohn

Elkhart, Texas ADVISER Vera Reece REPRESENTATIVE Amanda

Reynolds

Elkins High School

Missouri City, Texas ADVISER Nathan Nigrelli REPRESENTATIVE Ryan Almon

Ellis Middle School

Advance, North Carolina ADVISER Pam Young REPRESENTATIVE Shandi

Foster

Elon University

Elon, North Carolina ADVISER Randy Piland REPRESENTATIVE Shandi

Foster

Elysian Fields ISD

Elysian Fields, Texas ADVISER Neva Cowen REPRESENTATIVE Debbie

Goyne

Emery/Weiner School Houston, Texas ADVISER Josh Blice REPRESENTATIVE Kat

Gorringe

Englewood High School McIver

Edgewood Jr/Sr High School Merritt Island, Florida ADVISER Jessica Taylor REPRESENTATIVE Marcia

El Campo, Texas ADVISER Molly Kresta REPRESENTATIVE Bill Schwartz

Elkhart High School

Moss Point, Mississippi ADVISER Michelle Goff REPRESENTATIVE J D Box San Antonio, Texas ADVISER Terri Real REPRESENTATIVE Kathi

Brownsville, Kentucky ADVISER Teresa McClintic REPRESENTATIVE Jamie Marcial

El Campo High School

E

DeSoto Central High School Southaven, Mississippi ADVISER Stephanie Risher REPRESENTATIVE Scott Sitton

Pantelis

Edinburg, Texas ADVISER LaMonica Tamez REPRESENTATIVE Mary Harris

Meskiel-Macy

Englewood, Colorado ADVISER Janet Ogrin REPRESENTATIVE Rob

Rathbun

Ensign Intermediate School Newport Beach, California ADVISER Sarah Grenier REPRESENTATIVE Susie Bretting


Ensworth High School

Nashville, Tennessee ADVISERS Jennifer Lawson & Audry REPRESENTATIVE Josh Houston

Garden of the Sahaba Academy

Foster High School Deal-McEver

Richmond, Texas ADVISER Megan Sanford REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Schwartz

Boca Raton, Florida ADVISER Nadirah Bessee REPRESENTATIVE Amanda

Wedgworth

Etowah High School

Fowlerville High School

Garden Spot High School

Exeter Township Senior High School

Franklin High School

Gardendale High School

Attalla, Alabama ADVISER Meredith Jones REPRESENTATIVE Chris Nail Reading, Pennsylvania ADVISER John White REPRESENTATIVE Matt

McLaughlin

F

Fairmont Junior High School Pasadena, Texas ADVISER Rachelle Corry REPRESENTATIVE Kat Gorringe

Faith Academy

Mobile, Alabama ADVISER Shelly Mitchell REPRESENTATIVE Mike Dunn

Faith Baptist School

Canoga Park, California ADVISERS Ken Coleman & Kay Grewal REPRESENTATIVE Naomi Rowland

Faith Training Christian Academy Leesville, Louisiana ADVISER Sharon Hardwick REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Leopard

Father Yermo School

El Paso, Texas ADVISER Rick Magallanes REPRESENTATIVE Roland Esparza

Fayette County High School Fayette, Alabama ADVISER Wendy Canterbury REPRESENTATIVE Jay Elmore

Fleetwood Senior High School Fleetwood, Pennsylvania ADVISER Sara Shelton REPRESENTATIVE Matt McLaughlin

Forest Lake High School Forest Lake, Minnesota ADVISER Maria Kaiser REPRESENTATIVE Kerry

Nelson

Forestview Middle School

Baxter, Minnesota ADVISER Melissa Lund REPRESENTATIVE Heidi Schahn

Forestwood Middle School

Flower Mound, Texas ADVISER Daniella Fontana REPRESENTATIVE Susan McCall

Fowlerville, Michigan ADVISER Michelle Hardenbrook REPRESENTATIVE Craig Talsma Franklin, Texas ADVISER Arlisa Hrncir REPRESENTATIVE Amanda

New Holland, Pennsylvania ADVISER Gail Ertzgard REPRESENTATIVE Matt McLaughlin Gardendale, Alabama ADVISER Brooke Dodd REPRESENTATIVE Joe Robbins

Reynolds

Franklin-Simpson High School

Gates Chili High School

Franklin, Kentucky ADVISER Sheena Weldon REPRESENTATIVE Jamie Marcial

Rochester, New York ADVISERS Susan McAtee & Nancy REPRESENTATIVE Barbara Catallo

Frazee High School

Gauger Cobbs Middle School

Frazee, Minnesota ADVISER Aron Velde REPRESENTATIVE Heidi

Newark, Delaware ADVISER Peg Dawson REPRESENTATIVE Carolyn

Schahn

Freehold Township High School

Freehold, New Jersey ADVISERS Stephani Ansley & Robert REPRESENTATIVE Nancy Prudente

Friendswood High School Friendswood, Texas ADVISER Pete Wise REPRESENTATIVE Ryan

Almon

Frontier Trail Middle School Olathe, Kansas ADVISER Amy Gingrich REPRESENTATIVE Whitney

Baker

Ft. Walton Beach High School Fort Walton Beach, Florida ADVISER Susan Teare REPRESENTATIVE Marvin

Mayer

Fulmore Middle School

Austin, Texas ADVISER Morgan Goldbarth REPRESENTATIVE Morgan Tuggle

G

Gaither High School

Tampa, Florida ADVISER Seppie Slonena REPRESENTATIVE Steve Ferguson

Galax High School

Galax, Virginia ADVISER Sarah Hall REPRESENTATIVE Matt

Swanson

Oldham

General Brown Jr - Sr. High School Wagner

Dexter, New York ADVISER Casilda REPRESENTATIVE

Peckham Kathleen Smith

Geneva School of Borene Boerne, Texas ADVISER Libby Lunsford REPRESENTATIVE Melissa

Miketinac

Gentry Junior School

Baytown, Texas ADVISER Toni Rosenbaum REPRESENTATIVE Stephanie

Hinson

George Bush High School Richmond, Texas ADVISER Mari Ferguson REPRESENTATIVE Ryan Almon

Germantown High School

Germantown, Tennessee ADVISER Ashley Walden REPRESENTATIVES Doug Kearney

& Jeremy Jackson

Giddings High School

Giddings, Texas ADVISER Heather Albin REPRESENTATIVE Bill Schwartz

Glades Day School

Belle Glade, Florida ADVISER Shelly Burch REPRESENTATIVE Amanda

Wedgworth

Glasgow High School Smith

Ganado High School

Ganado, Texas ADVISER Doug Donaldson REPRESENTATIVE Bill Schwartz

Glasgow, Kentucky ADVISER Mary Fye REPRESENTATIVE Jamie

Marcial

Gloucester High School Gloucester, Virginia ADVISER Tricia Rilee REPRESENTATIVE Tami

Stalcup

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Golden Valley High School Bakersfield, California ADVISER Sheryl Cleveland REPRESENTATIVE Christina

Greenville High School

Greenville, Texas ADVISERS Paula Ballew & Linda REPRESENTATIVE Susan McCall

Matthews

Gonzales High School

Greenville, South Carolina ADVISER Susan Park REPRESENTATIVE Holly

Goodpasture Christian School

Goodson Middle School

Bowling Green, Kentucky ADVISER Genji Bailey REPRESENTATIVE Jamie

West

Hinson

Grace Baptist Christian School

Grace School

Houston, Texas ADVISERS Andrea Spence & Melissa REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Schwartz

Paul

Jackson

Graham High School Bluefield, Virginia ADVISER Debbie Hart REPRESENTATIVE Matt

Portland, Oregon ADVISER Anne Berten REPRESENTATIVE Karen

Grantsburg, Wisconsin ADVISERS Tiffany Johnson & Lisa REPRESENTATIVE Heidi Schahn

Danielson

Grayson County High School Smith

Green County High School Greensburg, Kentucky ADVISER Casey Lay REPRESENTATIVE Jamie

Grisham Middle School

Hardin County High School

Marcial

Greenacres Middle School Bossier City, Louisiana ADVISER Kim Hawkins REPRESENTATIVE Debbie

Hanover, New Hamshire ADVISER Elizabeth Greene REPRESENTATIVE Nick Herberg Savannah, Tennessee ADVISERS Diane Fowler & Amy REPRESENTATIVE Scott Sitton

Tuggle

Groom, Texas ADVISERS Lisa Roskens & Stephanie REPRESENTATIVE Dennis Ball Grove City , Ohio ADVISER Kris Sander REPRESENTATIVE Lindsey

Holloway

Swank

Goyne

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H

Haddonfield High School Haddonfield, New Jersey ADVISER Julie Smart REPRESENTATIVE Nancy

Prudente

Hamilton High School Anza, California ADVISER Jean Frasier REPRESENTATIVE Frank

Farmington, Michigan ADVISER Lisa Dean REPRESENTATIVE Ramonda

Hollenquest

Headland Middle School

Headland, Alabama ADVISER Sarah Shipes REPRESENTATIVE Mike Dunn

Helen Fort/Newcomb Middle School Pemberton, New Jersey ADVISER Marcy Scollay REPRESENTATIVE Rebecca

Schneider

Henderson High School Henderson, Texas ADVISER Alisha McGee REPRESENTATIVE Debbie

Vaughn

Henrico High School

Richmond, Virginia ADVISER Michelle Abrams-Terry REPRESENTATIVE Tami Stalcup

Henry Clay High School Lexington, Kentucky ADVISER Tommy REPRESENTATIVE

Craft Elizabeth Knapp

Heritage Christian Academy

Ortiz

Hamilton High School West Hamilton, New Jersey ADVISER Phil Panfili REPRESENTATIVE Megan

Adkisson

Harrison High School

Grove City High School

Guntersville, Alabama ADVISER Miranda McCoy REPRESENTATIVE Joe Robbins

Grantsburg High School

Independence, Virginia ADVISER Tera Casey REPRESENTATIVE Matt

Hanover High School

Gretna, Nebraska ADVISER Gretchen Baijnauth REPRESENTATIVE Linda Bernard

Guntersville High School Roberts

Matthews

Gretna High School

Guilderland Center, New York ADVISERS Julia Higgins, Maria Jasenski & Jackie Gregory REPRESENTATIVE Amy Devine

Grant High School

Sanders

Hanford, California ADVISER Lori Bilderback REPRESENTATIVE Christina

Marcial

Guilderland High School

Smith

Talsma

Hanford West High School

Groom High School

Grace-St. Luke’s Episcopal School Memphis, Tennessee ADVISER Kimberly White REPRESENTATIVE Jeremy

Hampton Bays, New York ADVISER Liz Scully REPRESENTATIVE Neil

McCall

Austin, Texas ADVISER Cliff Wendel REPRESENTATIVE Morgan

Mechling Abby Herberg

West

Hampton Bays Middle School

Greenwood High School

Goose Creek Memorial High School

Plymouth, Indiana ADVISER Pamela REPRESENTATIVE

Hamilton, Michigan ADVISER Jane Naber REPRESENTATIVE Craig

Schweitzer

Greenville, Texas ADVISER Tyler Tyndell REPRESENTATIVE Susan

Cypress, Texas ADVISER Kim Lloyd REPRESENTATIVE Kathleen

Hamilton Middle School

Greenville Middle School

Madison, Tennessee ADVISER Jenny Romine REPRESENTATIVE Josh Houston

Baytown, Texas ADVISER Leah Hopper REPRESENTATIVE Stephanie

Wensel

Greenville Middle Academy

Gonzales, Texas ADVISER Jami Owens REPRESENTATIVE Bill Schwartz

Cypress, Texas ADVISER Zac Heyer REPRESENTATIVE Kathleen

Hamilton Middle School

Swigon

Hopkinsville, Kentucky ADVISER Craig Hodge REPRESENTATIVE Jamie

Marcial

Heritage High School

Maryville, Tennessee ADVISER Connie Roberts REPRESENTATIVE Ben Smith


Hermitage High School

Hilliard Davidson High School

Richmond, Virginia ADVISER Anne Marie Hudak REPRESENTATIVE Tami Stalcup

Hilliard, Ohio ADVISER Heidi Burke REPRESENTATIVE Lindsey

Hewitt- Trussville Middle School Trussville, Alabama ADVISER Darrell Stovall REPRESENTATIVE Chris Nail

Swank

Hokes Bluff High School Hokes Bluff, Alabama ADVISER Michelle Bishop REPRESENTATIVE Chris Nail

Huntingdon High School

Huntingdon, Tennessee ADVISER Elizabeth Lott REPRESENTATIVE Greg Williams

Huntington High School Chillicothe, Ohio ADVISER Cathy Adams REPRESENTATIVE Jennifer

Hewitt-Trussville High School

Holston High School

Huntsville High School

Heyworth High School

Holy Rosary School

Hurst Junior High

Trussville, Alabama ADVISER Kishia Brown REPRESENTATIVE Jim Robbins

Heyworth, Illinois ADVISER Michelle Harris REPRESENTATIVE Sarah Durham

Memphis, Tennessee ADVISER Nancy Neal REPRESENTATIVE Jeremy

Hibbing High School

Hibbing, Minnesota ADVISERS Luan Gentilini & Pam REPRESENTATIVE Kerry Nelson

Damascus, Virginia ADVISER Jodi Baldwin REPRESENTATIVE Matt Smith

Jackson

Homewood High School Nichols

Hickory Christian Academy

Hickory, North Carolina ADVISER Sharon Sturgess REPRESENTATIVE Brandy Rogers

Homewood, Alabama ADVISER Melissa Dameron-Vines REPRESENTATIVE Joe Robbins

Homewood Middle School Homewood, Alabama ADVISER Mary Binkley REPRESENTATIVE Chris

Nail

Hohn

Huntsville, Texas ADVISER Mandy Stewart REPRESENTATIVE Bill Schwartz Hurst, Texas ADVISER Nichelle Wright REPRESENTATIVE Dave DePaul

Hutchinson Middle School Lubbock, Texas ADVISER Marci Beene REPRESENTATIVE Susan

I

Cox

High Desert School

Honey Grove ISD

Illinois Math & Science Academy

High Meadows School

Hopkins School

Indian Ridge Middle School

Acton, California ADVISER Michelle VanOrnum REPRESENTATIVE Carla Gonzalez Roswell, Georgia ADVISER Danielle Wright REPRESENTATIVE Tara Hays

High Point Regional High School

Sussex, New Jersey ADVISERS Liana Hennings & Dan Hennings REPRESENTATIVE Sharon Bodnarchuk

High Point University

Honey Grove, Texas ADVISER Rachel Nelson REPRESENTATIVE Susan McCall New Haven, Connecticut ADVISERS Jacqueline LaBelle-Young, Kristen Amore & Ian Melchinger REPRESENTATIVE Steve Russo

Horn High School

Mesquite, Texas ADVISER Natalie Vigdal REPRESENTATIVE Jim Anderson

Aurora, Illinois ADVISER Dr. Judy Scheppler REPRESENTATIVE Brad Nemsick Davie, Florida ADVISER Robyn Burke REPRESENTATIVE Amanda

Wedgworth

Indian Rocks Chrsitian School Largo, Florida ADVISERS June Rhine & Rebecca REPRESENTATIVE John Pantelis

Hayward

Houghton High School

Industrial High School

High School for the Performing & Visual Arts

Houston Christian High School

Interlake High School

Highland Middle School

Houston High School

International American School of Cancun

High Point, North Carolina ADVISER Nora Murray REPRESENTATIVE Shandi

Foster

Houston, Texas ADVISER Lynley Cardenas REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Schwartz Saginaw, Texas ADVISER P. J. Youngblood REPRESENTATIVE Dave DePaul

Highland Park High School Topeka, Kansas ADVISER Heather Hooper REPRESENTATIVE Whitney

Baker

Highland Springs High School Highland Springs, Virginia ADVISER Augusta Donaldson REPRESENTATIVE Tami Stalcup

Houghton, Michigan ADVISER Kate Bonacorsi REPRESENTATIVE Craig Talsma

Houston, Texas ADVISER Heidi McCurdy REPRESENTATIVE Hal Schmidt

Germantown, Tennessee ADVISER Andrea Cox REPRESENTATIVE Jeremy

Jackson

Hueytown High School Hueytown, Alabama ADVISER Kayla Brown REPRESENTATIVE Chris

Nail

Huffines Middle School

Lewisville, Texas ADVISER Dionne Hudson REPRESENTATIVE Susan McCall

Vanderbilt, Texas ADVISER Angie Joines REPRESENTATIVE Bill Schwartz Bellevue, Washington ADVISER Megan Bennett REPRESENTATIVE Kerri Smead Cancun, QRoo ADVISERS Rachel MacNally & REPRESENTATIVE Terye Myers

Louise Pybus

Iraan High School

Iraan, Texas ADVISER DeLane Cagle REPRESENTATIVE Doug Altom

Irons Middle School Lubbock, Texas ADVISER Lisa Gilbert REPRESENTATIVE Jerry

Clark

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Irvine High School

Irvine, California ADVISER Erika Pareles REPRESENTATIVE Marlo

Franks

Itawamba Attendence Center Fulton, Mississippi ADVISER Jo Beth Alford REPRESENTATIVE Jeffrey

Williams

Itawamba High School

Fulton, Mississippi ADVISER Tammy Cunningham REPRESENTATIVE Greg Williams

J.B. Smith Middle

J

Cypress, Texas ADVISER Allie Schielack REPRESENTATIVE Kathleen

Jacksonville, Texas ADVISER Jessica Orozco REPRESENTATIVE Debbie Vaughn

Jefferson County North High School Baker

Jehue Middle School

JPII Catholic High School

Kirby Middle School

Huntsville, Alabama ADVISER Connie Sieja REPRESENTATIVE Joe Robbins

K

Kahla Middle School

Houston, Texas ADVISER Anne La Rose REPRESENTATIVE Kathleen

West

Katy High School

Katy, Texas ADVISER Johanna Schneider REPRESENTATIVE Ryan Almon

Gonzalez

Houston, Texas ADVISER Margie Comstock REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Schwartz

J.L. Long Middle School McCall

John Paul II Catholic High School Plano, Texas ADVISER Angela Macias REPRESENTATIVE Catherine

Iden

John Paul II Catholic School Schwartz

John S. Battle High School Bristol, Virginia ADVISER Susan Davenport REPRESENTATIVE Matt Smith

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Houston, Texas ADVISER Shari Hiltbrand REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Schwartz San Antonio, Texas ADVISER Linda Carey REPRESENTATIVE Melissa

Katy, Texas ADVISER Megan Tyler REPRESENTATIVE Kathleen

New Caney, Texas ADVISER Stephanie Buck REPRESENTATIVE Amanda

Pitts

Silverdale, Washington ADVISER Gordon Little REPRESENTATIVE Talli Gonyaw

Klein Forest High School Houston, Texas ADVISER Sue Blackmon REPRESENTATIVE Mary Beth

Keller High School

Keller, Texas ADVISER David Williams REPRESENTATIVE Tammy

McIver

Knight High School

Palmdale, California ADVISER Mary Baxter REPRESENTATIVE Frank

Ortiz

Knox Junior High School The Woodlands, Texas ADVISER Ruthellen Hinton REPRESENTATIVE Mary Beth

L

West

Reynolds

Miketinac

Klahowya High School

Katy Jr. High School

Keefer Crossing Middle School

Jersey Village High School

Houston, Texas ADVISER Bev Kimmitt REPRESENTATIVE Lisa

Kinkaid Middle School

Kingwood, Texas ADVISER Melanie Bradshaw REPRESENTATIVE Mary Beth McIver

Coral Springs, Florida ADVISER Betsy Oberlander REPRESENTATIVE Amanda Wedgworth

West

Jacksonville High School

Dallas, Texas ADVISER Sarah Howard REPRESENTATIVE Susan

J.P. Taravella High School

Oak Park, Illinois ADVISERS Adrienne Court & Sharen REPRESENTATIVE Brad Nemsick

Jacksonville, North Carolina ADVISER Kathy Ransom REPRESENTATIVE Josh Lovell

Colton, California ADVISER Steven Lane REPRESENTATIVE Carla

Kingwood Park High School

Mountain City, Tennessee ADVISER Brenda Arnold REPRESENTATIVE Matt Smith

Julian Middle School

Jacksonville High School

Winchester, Kansas ADVISER Cindy Johnson REPRESENTATIVE Whitney

Johnson County High School

McIver

L.D. Bell High School Hurst, Texas ADVISER Daniela REPRESENTATIVE

Jones Tammy Bailey

La Feria High School Bailey

Kelly Lane Middle School

Pflugerville, Texas ADVISER Maisey Edwards REPRESENTATIVE Mickey Mehrens

Kempner High School

Sugar Land, Texas ADVISER Amy Thomas REPRESENTATIVE Ryan Almon

Kentlake High School

Kent, Washington ADVISER Suzanne Rychlik REPRESENTATIVE Kerri Smead

Keswick Christian School

Saint Petersburg, Florida ADVISER Melissa Youmans REPRESENTATIVE Steve Ferguson

La Feria, Texas ADVISER Rolando Gonzales REPRESENTATIVE Mary Harris

Lake Oswego High School Lake Oswego, Oregon ADVISER Jami Wray REPRESENTATIVE Karen

Roberts

Lake Ridge High School Mansfield, Texas ADVISER Karen DePaul REPRESENTATIVE Tammy

Bailey

Lakeland Highlands Middle School Lakeland, Florida ADVISER Stacy Huey REPRESENTATIVE John

Pantelis

Lakeview Middle School

The Colony, Texas ADVISER Blake Bogus REPRESENTATIVE Clif Palmberg


Lakeville North High School Lakeville, Minnesota ADVISER Amy Clark REPRESENTATIVE Shannon

Hart

Lakewood High School Lake Odessa, Michigan ADVISER Ken Smith REPRESENTATIVE Craig

Lakewood High School

Lakewood, California ADVISER David Schmidt REPRESENTATIVE Steve Eddy

Lexington High School

Long Beach Renaissance HS For The Arts

Lexington High School

Los Altos High School

Lexington, Texas ADVISER Jeanne REPRESENTATIVE

Lamar Consolidated High School Moye

Largo High School

Largo, Florida ADVISER Deborah Pettingill REPRESENTATIVE John Pantelis

Las Palmas Middle School

Covina, California ADVISER Jennifer Hanson REPRESENTATIVE Brynda Everman

Lausanne Collegiate School Memphis, Tennessee ADVISER Michael Naya REPRESENTATIVE Doug

Lone Oak ISD

Levelland, Texas ADVISER Kelly Buckner REPRESENTATIVE Jerry Clark

Lone Oak, Texas ADVISER Michelle Morse REPRESENTATIVE Susan McCall

Lexington, Tennessee ADVISER Susan Walker REPRESENTATIVE Scott Sitton

Talsma

Rosenberg, Texas ADVISER Sierra Garivey REPRESENTATIVE Cindy

Levelland High School

Kearney

Long Beach, California ADVISER Amy Tchakmakjian REPRESENTATIVE Steve Eddy

Hacienda Heights, California ADVISER Kim Banda REPRESENTATIVE Brynda

Anne Hengst Bill Schwartz

Liberty High School

Louisiana Tech University

Liberty High School

Loyola College Prep High School

Clarksburg, West Virginia ADVISER Victoria Tarantino REPRESENTATIVE Doug Richardson Frisco, Texas ADVISER Carole Babineaux REPRESENTATIVE Catherine

Iden

Lincoln High School

San Jose, California ADVISER Deana Thai REPRESENTATIVE Shelly

Lucerne Valley, California ADVISER JIliana Marshall REPRESENTATIVE Carla Gonzalez

Townsend

Lindale High School

Lufkin High School

Lindale, Texas ADVISER Neda Morrow REPRESENTATIVE Debbie

Lufkin, Texas ADVISER Tim Krause REPRESENTATIVE Amanda

Vaughn

Lebanon High School

Linden McKinley STEM Academy

Lititz, Pennsylvania ADVISER Mara Pritchard REPRESENTATIVE Matt McLaughlin Columbus, Ohio ADVISER Steve Paletti REPRESENTATIVE Jennifer

Lecanto High School

Lecanto, Florida ADVISER Dr. Beverly Sylvester REPRESENTATIVE Steve Ferguson

Leesburg High School Leesburg, Florida ADVISER Aurelia Ogles REPRESENTATIVE Susse

Legacy Christian Academy

Lehigh University

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania ADVISER & EDITOR Linda Lipko REPRESENTATIVE Ed Patrick

Leonard ISD

Leonard, Texas ADVISER Nancy Longino REPRESENTATIVE Susan McCall

London, Ohio ADVISER Valerie Biggam REPRESENTATIVE Jennifer

Hohn

McIver

Mahwah High School

Mahwah, New Jersey ADVISERS Samantha Branin & Elissa Cording REPRESENTATIVE Sharon Bodnarchuk

DePaul

Livingston, Tennessee ADVISERS Jennifer Hoover & Sara REPRESENTATIVE Lori Hodges

Mance Park Middle School Greenwood

Livingston High School & Dave Canfield

M

Madison Plains High School

Magnolia, Texas ADVISER Melinda Savoy REPRESENTATIVE Mary Beth

Livingston Academy

Hart

Reynolds

Magnolia Junior High School

Worthington, Ohio ADVISER Chris Hasebrook REPRESENTATIVE Lindsey Swank

Lipan ISD

Mabie

Andover, Minnesota ADVISER Angela Miller REPRESENTATIVE Shannon

Hohn

Linworth AP

Lipan, Texas ADVISER Cindi Fields REPRESENTATIVE Dave

Goyne

Lucerne Valley High School

Linden Hall School

Lebanon, Virginia ADVISER Barbara Snead REPRESENTATIVE Matt Smith

Ruston, Louisiana ADVISER Scott Boatwright REPRESENTATIVE Debbie Vaughn Shreveport, Louisiana ADVISER Betsy Yates REPRESENTATIVE Debbie

Lebanon High School

Lebanon, New Hamshire ADVISER Michael Sisemore REPRESENTATIVE Nick Herberg

Everman

Livingston, Texas ADVISER Marci Dickens REPRESENTATIVE Amanda

Reynolds

Lone Hill Middle School San Dimas, California ADVISER Tiffany Carrey REPRESENTATIVE Brynda

Everman

Huntsville, Texas ADVISER Shelley Petkovsek REPRESENTATIVE Bill Schwartz

Manchester Township High School Lakehurst, New Jersey ADVISER Jill Ocone REPRESENTATIVE Nancy

Prudente

Mansfield Summit High School Arlington, Texas ADVISER Tracy Schultz REPRESENTATIVE Cheryl

Chrisman

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Manvel High School

McAllen High School

Manvel, Texas ADVISER Jessica Tompkins REPRESENTATIVE Kat Gorringe

McAllen, Texas ADVISER Jennifer Rodriguez REPRESENTATIVE Mary Harris

Manvel Junior High School

McAllen Memorial High School

Manvel, Texas ADVISER Sharon Earles REPRESENTATIVE Kat Gorringe

McAllen, Texas ADVISER Kelsey Martin REPRESENTATIVE Mary Harris

Mar Vista High School

McCullough Junior High

Imperial Beach, California ADVISER Amber Dunnagan REPRESENTATIVE David Honnold Marana, Arizona ADVISER Michael Hall REPRESENTATIVE Dale

Mardela Jr/Sr High School

Mardela Springs, Maryland ADVISERS Dion Johnson & Denise REPRESENTATIVE Carolyn Oldham

Skeen

Marian High School

Bloomfield Hills, Michigan ADVISER Stacy Sharp REPRESENTATIVE Ramonda

McIver

Marion County High School Guin, Alabama ADVISER Amber Beckon REPRESENTATIVE Jay Elmore

Midland Lee High School Midland, Texas ADVISER John Briggs REPRESENTATIVE Doug

Altom

Milano, Texas ADVISER Mindy Miller REPRESENTATIVE Bill Schwartz

Mililani High School

McKamy Middle School

Millennium High School

Flower Mound, Texas ADVISER Sue Warriner REPRESENTATIVE Susan

McCall

McMeans Junior High School Hollenquest

Bodnarchuk

McHenry High School

McHenry, Illinois ADVISER Dane Erbach REPRESENTATIVE Brad Nemsick

Whitmore

Middlesex, New Jersey ADVISER Kathy Perhach REPRESENTATIVE Sharon

Milano High School

The Woodlands, Texas ADVISER Lori Reichardt REPRESENTATIVE Mary Beth

Marana Middle School

Middlesex High School

Katy, Texas ADVISER Trevor Gibson REPRESENTATIVE Ryan Almon

McMillen High School

Murphy, Texas ADVISER Lauren Gibson REPRESENTATIVE Catherine

Mililani, Hawaii ADVISER Christopher Sato REPRESENTATIVE Richard Young Goodyear, Arizona ADVISER Christafer Suddarth REPRESENTATIVE Dale Whitmore

Millennium Middle School Tamarac, Florida ADVISER Krystal Coke REPRESENTATIVE Amanda

Wedgworth

Millikan High School Iden

Long Beach, California ADVISER Deidre Wood REPRESENTATIVE Steve

Eddy

Marion Senior High School

Mechanicsburg Area High School

Mills Godwin High School

Martin’s Mill School

Melissa High School

Mineral Wells High School

Marion, Virginia ADVISER Lori Cutshaw REPRESENTATIVE Matt Smith

Ben Wheeler, Texas ADVISER Wendy Brantley REPRESENTATIVE Debbie Vaughn

Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania ADVISER Cara Hersey REPRESENTATIVE Ed Patrick Melissa, Texas ADVISER Tambi Arnold REPRESENTATIVE Catherine

Iden

Richmond, Virginia ADVISER Rebecca Struble REPRESENTATIVE Sarah Lockwood Mineral Wells, Texas ADVISER Donna Parker REPRESENTATIVE Cheryl

Chrisman

Maryville High School

Memorial Middle School

Missouri Military Academy

Master’s Academy of Vero Beach

Memorial Middle School

Mohave High School

Mayde Creek High School

Mercy Academy

Moises V. Vela Middle School

Maryville, Tennessee ADVISER Maria Greene REPRESENTATIVE Ben Smith Vero Beach, Florida ADVISER Tatyana Claytor REPRESENTATIVE Marcia Meskiel-Macy Houston, Texas ADVISER Sheryl Stephenson REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Schwartz

MC School

Santo Domingo ADVISER Maria Fiallo REPRESENTATIVE Terye

Houston, Texas ADVISER Stephaine Aguirre REPRESENTATIVE Kathleen West Little Ferry, New Jersey ADVISER Robin Baskinger REPRESENTATIVE Sharon Bodnarchuk Louisville, Kentucky ADVISER Beth Turpin REPRESENTATIVE Elizabeth

Knapp

Meridianville Middle School Myers

McAdory High School

Mc Calla, Alabama ADVISER Chelsea Moorhead REPRESENTATIVE Chris Nail

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Hazel Green, Alabama ADVISER Missy King REPRESENTATIVE Jimmy

Elmore

Mid-Buchanan High School Faucett, Missouri ADVISER Michelle Phillips REPRESENTATIVE Whitney

Baker

Mexico, Missouri ADVISER Erin Chambers REPRESENTATIVE Liz Bardin

Bullhead city, Arizona ADVISER Amber Johnson REPRESENTATIVE Susan Fearnside Harlingen, Texas ADVISER Isela Castillo REPRESENTATIVE Mary

Harris

Monrovia Middle School

Huntsville, Alabama ADVISER Christian Gunner REPRESENTATIVE Joe Robbins

Monsignor Kelly Catholic High School Beaumont, Texas ADVISER Nina Felix REPRESENTATIVE Amanda

Reynolds


Montclair State University Montclair, New Jersey EDITOR Janel Lacambra REPRESENTATIVE Sharon

Bodnarchuk

Mt. Gilead High School Mount Gilead, Ohio ADVISER Jessica Gerber REPRESENTATIVE Lindsey

Nettleton High School

Swank

Nettleton, Mississippi ADVISER Debbie Schlicht REPRESENTATIVE Greg Williams

Monterey High School

Mt. Vernon Township High School

Nevada Union High School

Montgomery High School

Muhlenberg County High School

New Bern High School

Monterey, Tennessee ADVISER Amy Forrest REPRESENTATIVE Lori Hodges Montgomery, Texas ADVISER Susan Poppell REPRESENTATIVE Mary Beth

McIver

Montgomery Junior High School Montgomery, Texas ADVISER Leslie Dickson REPRESENTATIVE Mary Beth

McIver

Monticello High School

Charlottesville, Virginia ADVISER Nelson Martin REPRESENTATIVE Tami Stalcup

Montverde Academy

Montverde, Florida ADVISER Charles Candelario REPRESENTATIVE Susse Mabie

Mooreville High School Cypress, Texas ADVISER Cheryl Cork REPRESENTATIVE Jeffrey

Greenville, Kentucky ADVISER Beth Travis REPRESENTATIVE Jamie

Marcial

Williams

New Bern, North Carolina ADVISERS Kerry Ellenburg & Tracy REPRESENTATIVE Josh Lovell

New Canaan High School

Murphy Junior High School

New Caney High School

Greenville, Kentucky ADVISER Stacey Stobaugh REPRESENTATIVE Jamie Marcial Plainfield, Illinois ADVISER Pam Nielson REPRESENTATIVE Brad

Nemsick

Murphy Middle School

Murphy, Texas ADVISER Kristin Gray REPRESENTATIVE Catherine

Iden

Muscle Shoals, Alabama ADVISER Kimberly Vaughn REPRESENTATIVE Chris Nail

Seneca Falls, New York ADVISERS Guy Turchetti, Alison Uticone & Diane Cappellino REPRESENTATIVE Barbara Catallo

N

Morgantown High School

Morgantown, West Virginia ADVISER Shana Karnes REPRESENTATIVE Doug Richardson

New Canaan, Connecticut ADVISER James Zambarano REPRESENTATIVE Steve Russo

New Caney, Texas ADVISER Leslie Moore REPRESENTATIVE Amanda

NM School for Blind & Visually Impaired Alamogordo, New Mexico ADVISER Mariah Garlitos REPRESENTATIVE Roland

Thibodaux, Louisiana ADVISER Nicole Boudreau REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Leopard

Nikki Rowe High School

McAllen, Texas ADVISER Angela Gevock REPRESENTATIVE Mary Harris

Norcross High School

Morton Ranch High School

Nederland High School

Norman Junior High

Morton Ranch Jr. High

Katy, Texas ADVISER Sara Brownlee REPRESENTATIVE Kathleen

Nederland, Texas ADVISER Kerri Hays REPRESENTATIVE Lee

Briggs

Needville High School West

Mounds View High School

Arden Hills, Minnesota ADVISER Ingrid Kleinjan REPRESENTATIVE Kerry Nelson

Mountain Home High School Mountain Home, Idaho ADVISER Sue Martin REPRESENTATIVE Jon

Natchitoches, Louisiana ADVISER Barbara Page REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Leopard

Riggs

Needville, Texas ADVISER Laura Nix REPRESENTATIVE Bill

Norcross, Georgia ADVISER Lauren O’Connor REPRESENTATIVE Tara Hays Kaufman, Texas ADVISER Lindsey Hoffmeyer REPRESENTATIVE Susan McCall

North Country Union High School

Schwartz

Nelson County High School Bardstown, Kentucky ADVISER Dan Bradley REPRESENTATIVE Elizabeth

Knapp

Nelsonville-York High School Nelsonville, Ohio ADVISER Becky Joyce REPRESENTATIVE Lindsey

Esparza

Nicholls State University

Natchitoches Central High School

Katy, Texas ADVISER Stacy Slaughter REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Schwartz

Reynolds

New Cumberland, Pennsylvania ADVISER Lisa Marszalek REPRESENTATIVE Matt McLaughlin

Mortimer Jordan High School Kimberly, Alabama ADVISER Robert Belcher REPRESENTATIVE Chris Nail

Bryant

New Cumberland Middle School

Mynderse Academy Stasney

Grass Valley, California ADVISER Lynn McDaniel REPRESENTATIVE Shelly Townsend

Muhlenberg North Middle School

Muscle Shoals High School

Morehouse College

Atlanta, Georgia ADVISER Kevin Booker REPRESENTATIVE Diane

Mount Vernon, Illinois ADVISER Jamey VanZandt REPRESENTATIVE Stacey Sisk

Swank

Newport, Vermont ADVISER Brian McCrae REPRESENTATIVE Nick Herberg

North County High School Glen Burnie, Maryland ADVISER Ellen Oakes REPRESENTATIVE Jeanne

Unger

North Davidson High School Lexington, North Carolina ADVISER Adrianne Quigley REPRESENTATIVE Shandi Foster

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North Pontotoc High School Ecru, Mississippi ADVISER Amanda Carr REPRESENTATIVE Greg Williams

North Shore 9th Grade Center Houston, Texas ADVISER Ruby Bonilla REPRESENTATIVE Stephanie

Hinson

North Warren Regional High School Blairstown, New Jersey ADVISERS Becky Erd & Stephanie Baier REPRESENTATIVE Sharon Bodnarchuk

Olle Middle School

Houston, Texas ADVISER George Tennison REPRESENTATIVE Cindy Moye

Oak Grove High School

Olympia High School

Oak Grove Middle School

Olympic High School

Oak Grove, Louisiana ADVISER Molly Henderson REPRESENTATIVE Jay Barnes

Winston-Salem, North Carolina ADVISERS Chrissy Lucas, Courtney Carr & Brandi Brink REPRESENTATIVE Shandi Foster

Orlando, Florida ADVISER Michael Cacciatore REPRESENTATIVE Susse Mabie

Bremerton, Washington ADVISER Eric Emans REPRESENTATIVE Talli

Gonyaw

North Woolmarket Elem/Middle School

Oak Hill Academy

Oregon Episcopal School

Northbrook High School

Oak Mountain Middle School

Osceola High School

Biloxi, Mississippi ADVISER Patricia Creel REPRESENTATIVE J D Box

Houston, Texas ADVISER Jennifer Thorpe REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Schwartz

Northeast Mississippi Community College Pickerington, Ohio ADVISER Michael Miller REPRESENTATIVE Jeffrey

Williams

Northeastern Randolph Middle School Liberty, North Carolina ADVISERS Tonda Hinson REPRESENTATIVE Shandi

& Pam Grettler Foster

Northern Michigan Christian High School McBain, Michigan ADVISER Erin Heuker REPRESENTATIVE Craig

Talsma

Northern Middle School

Somerset, Kentucky ADVISER Suzanne Hutchinson REPRESENTATIVE Jamie Marcial

Northside Christian High School Saint Petersburg, Florida ADVISER Matt Lameyer REPRESENTATIVE Steve

Ferguson

Northwest Christian Academy Miami, Florida ADVISER Tara Fox REPRESENTATIVE Amanda

Wedgworth

Mouth Of Wilson, Virginia ADVISER Tommie Sargent REPRESENTATIVE Matt Smith

Birmingham, Alabama ADVISER Catherine Acton REPRESENTATIVE Mike Dunn

Oak Ridge High School Conroe, Texas ADVISER Sarah Parker REPRESENTATIVE Mary

Beth McIver

Oakman High School Oakman, Alabama ADVISER Monica REPRESENTATIVE

Portland, Oregon ADVISER Sue Jensen & Dana Lewis REPRESENTATIVE Karen Roberts Largo, Florida ADVISER Laurie Sauble REPRESENTATIVE Steve

Osseo High School

Osseo, Minnesota ADVISER Ben Karls REPRESENTATIVE Shannon

Ozona, Texas ADVISER Linda Thompson REPRESENTATIVE Doug Altom

P

Obion County Central High School Troy, Tennessee ADVISER Shawna Pounds REPRESENTATIVE Scott Sitton

Ocean Township Intermediate Prudente

O’Fallon Township High School O Fallon, Illinois ADVISER Coleen Lucas REPRESENTATIVE Stacey

Hart

Ozona High School

Brown Jay Elmore

Asbury Park, New Jersey ADVISER Dina Giddio REPRESENTATIVE Nancy

Ferguson

Sisk

Ohio Northern University Ada, Ohio ADVISER Brit Rowe REPRESENTATIVE Jennifer

Hohn

Palm Beach Central High School Wellington, Florida ADVISER Lisa Hayes REPRESENTATIVE Amanda

Wedgworth

Palm Beach Day Academy

Palm Beach, Florida ADVISERS Barbara Close, Erika Handley & Tracy Kramm REPRESENTATIVE Amanda Wedgworth

Palm Springs High School Palm Springs, California ADVISER Danielle Cohen REPRESENTATIVE Frank Ortiz

Northwest Mississippi Community College

Oldham County High School

Park Ridge Christian School

Northwestern Middle School

Olentangy Orange High School

Parkside School

Senatobia, Mississippi ADVISER Carroll Huebner REPRESENTATIVE Karen Loden

Alpharetta, Georgia ADVISER Lindsey Smittkamp REPRESENTATIVE Tara Hays

Nottingham High School Hamilton, New Jersey ADVISER Jerry Lynch REPRESENTATIVE Megan

Swigon

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Buckner, Kentucky ADVISER Cathy Thompson REPRESENTATIVE Elizabeth Knapp Lewis Center, Ohio ADVISER Kari Phillips REPRESENTATIVE Lindsey

Swank

Oliver Springs High School Oliver Springs, Tennessee ADVISER Teresa Woods REPRESENTATIVE Katie Welch

Albemarle, North Carolina ADVISER Andrea Harrington REPRESENTATIVE Shandi Foster Peru, Illinois ADVISER Julie Jenkins REPRESENTATIVE Sarah

Durham

Parkway South Middle School Ballwin, Missouri ADVISER Jo Ann Milles REPRESENTATIVE Liz Bardin


Pasadena Memorial High School Pasadena, Texas ADVISER Monica REPRESENTATIVE

Edwards Cindy Moye

Pasco High School

Dade City, Florida ADVISER Rebekah Wallace REPRESENTATIVE John Pantelis

Polytechnic School

Swank

Pearl River Central High

Bellaire, Texas ADVISER Cindy Sather REPRESENTATIVE Cindy

Pearland High School

Moye

Tuckerton, New Jersey ADVISERS Sherry DiMeglio & Jill Flanagan REPRESENTATIVE Nancy Prudente

Pearland Junior High School West Pearland, Texas ADVISER Christa George REPRESENTATIVE Kat Gorringe

Peaster High School

Pinelands Regional Junior High School Tuckerton, New Jersey ADVISER Stacy Petry REPRESENTATIVE Nancy

Prudente

Pines Middle School

Pembroke Pines, Florida ADVISER Dominique Cascio REPRESENTATIVE Amanda Wedgworth

DePaul

Pecos High School

Pineville High School

Pecos, Texas ADVISER Stephanie Honaker REPRESENTATIVE Doug Altom

Pineville, Louisiana ADVISER Kathy Bennett REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Leopard

Peebles High School

Pinson Valley High School Pinson, Alabama ADVISER Melissa Jones REPRESENTATIVE Chris Nail

Hohn

Pelham High School

Pioneer Junior High School

Upland, California ADVISER Allyson Crawley REPRESENTATIVE Susie Bretting

Robbins

Peninsula High School

Piscataway High School

Penn Yan Academy

Plainview High School

Gig Harbor, Washington ADVISER Andrew Hosford REPRESENTATIVE Talli Gonyaw Penn Yan, New York ADVISERS Melissa Mitchell & Brett REPRESENTATIVE Barbara Catallo

Pepperell High School

Mitchell

Pinelands Regional High School

Pearland, Texas ADVISER Michelle Robinett REPRESENTATIVE Ryan Almon

Lindale, Georgia ADVISER David Mowery REPRESENTATIVE Chris Nail

Piscataway, New Jersey ADVISERS Sarah Coppola, Mitch Fuhr & Jennifer West REPRESENTATIVE Sharon Bodnarchuk

Harrison

Plainview, Texas ADVISER Jennifer Riley REPRESENTATIVE Jerry Clark

Plainview Middle School Ardmore, Oklahoma ADVISER Leanne REPRESENTATIVE

Wilson Clif Palmberg

Wedgworth

Portland Christian School

Pin Oak Middle School

Carriere, Mississippi ADVISER Brooke Westbrook REPRESENTATIVE J D Box

Mundwiler

Pompano Beach, Florida ADVISER Jason Frey REPRESENTATIVE Amanda

Nail

Houston, Texas ADVISERS Ruth Brotzman & Joel REPRESENTATIVE Ryan Almon

Pasadena, California ADVISER Jim Barry REPRESENTATIVE Corey

Baker

Pompano Beach High School

Pilgrim Lutheran School

Suwanee, Georgia ADVISER Leigh Ann Danley REPRESENTATIVE Tara Hays

Pelham, Alabama ADVISER Carrie Hunt REPRESENTATIVE Jim

Pickerington High School North

Piedmont, Alabama ADVISER Scott Cole REPRESENTATIVE Chris

Peachtree Ridge High School

Peebles, Ohio ADVISER Cristin Smalley REPRESENTATIVE Jennifer

Kansas City, Missouri ADVISER Scott Morrison REPRESENTATIVE Whitney

Piedmont High School

Glade Spring, Virginia ADVISER Michele Duncan REPRESENTATIVE Matt Smith

Plaza Middle School

Pompton Plains, New Jersey ADVISERS Neil Ascione & Pam Weher REPRESENTATIVE Megan Swigon Pickerington, Ohio ADVISER Ben Baptist REPRESENTATIVE Lindsey

Patrick Henry High School

Peaster, Texas ADVISER Kim Fincher REPRESENTATIVE Dave

Pequannock Township High School

Louisville, Kentucky ADVISER Debra Childers REPRESENTATIVE Elizabeth

Knapp

Portland High School

Portland, Michigan ADVISER Alexandra Stamm REPRESENTATIVE Craig Talsma

Prairie Trail Middle School Olathe, Kansas ADVISER Susan Warner REPRESENTATIVE Whitney

Baker

Presbyterian Christian School Hattiesburg, Mississippi ADVISER Teresa Carter REPRESENTATIVE J D Box

Prestonwood Christian Academy Plano, Texas ADVISER Meg Miller REPRESENTATIVE Mickey

Mehrens

Pulaski Jr.-Sr. High School Pulaski, New York ADVISER Linda Burns REPRESENTATIVE Kathleen

Q

Smith

Queensbury High School

Queensbury, New York ADVISERS Anthony Aquino, Karen Cummings & Colleen Knight REPRESENTATIVE Amy Devine

Quibbletown Middle School

Piscataway, New Jersey ADVISER Maribel Hernandez REPRESENTATIVE Sharon Bodnarchuk

R

Rainier High School

Rainier, Washington ADVISER Samantha Dickerson REPRESENTATIVE Talli Gonyaw


Ralph Chandler Middle

Richland Middle School

Simpsonville, South Carolina ADVISER Susan Wines REPRESENTATIVE Holly Schweitzer

Ramon Cortines High School Los Angeles, California ADVISER Loretta Mui REPRESENTATIVE Naomi

Ranburne High School

Barnwell

Randleman Middle School Randleman, North Carolina ADVISER Dana McIntyre REPRESENTATIVE Shandi

Rural Retreat High School

Rio Grande City High School

Ruskin High School

Rio Grande City, Texas ADVISER Lucy Garcia REPRESENTATIVE Mary

Rural Retreat, Virginia ADVISER Rachel Smith REPRESENTATIVE Matt Smith Kansas City, Missouri ADVISER Laura Williams REPRESENTATIVE Whitney

Harris

Russellville, Alabama ADVISER Susie Malone REPRESENTATIVE Chris Nail

S

River View High School

Huntsville, Alabama ADVISER Elizabeth Abrams REPRESENTATIVE Jay Elmore

Warsaw, Ohio ADVISER Janell Davis REPRESENTATIVE Lindsey

Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk High School & Dave Dykeman

Swank

Sacred Heart Academy

Riverdale High School Fort Myers, Florida ADVISER Ken Fedak REPRESENTATIVE Steve

Baker

Russellville High School

Houston, Texas ADVISER Jan Edwards REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Schwartz

Randolph School

Reynolds

Richlands High School

River Oaks Baptist School

Foster

Ravena, New York ADVISERS Maureen DeCheck REPRESENTATIVE Amy Devine

Bryan, Texas ADVISER Danielle Collins REPRESENTATIVE Amanda

Richlands, Virginia ADVISER Tracy Thomas REPRESENTATIVE Matt Smith

Rowland

Ranburne, Alabama ADVISERS Tephanie Merrill & Dionne REPRESENTATIVE Joe Robbins

Rudder High School

Richland Hills, Texas ADVISER Elizabeth Rutherford REPRESENTATIVE Lauren McIver

Louisville, Kentucky ADVISER Justine Rostel REPRESENTATIVE Elizabeth

Ferguson

Knapp

Ray D. Corbett Jr. High School

Riverwatch Middle School

Sacred Heart Catholic School

Red Land High School

Robbinsdale Cooper High School

Saguaro High School

Schertz, Texas ADVISER Lauren Gutierrez REPRESENTATIVE Kathi Hopkins

Lewisberry, Pennsylvania ADVISER Alison Gonce & Devon REPRESENTATIVE Ed Patrick

Suwanee, Georgia ADVISER Linda Scheaffer REPRESENTATIVE Tara Hays

Miller

Red Lion Area High School

Red Lion, Pennsylvania ADVISERS Megan Axe & Allyson REPRESENTATIVE Ed Patrick

New Hope, Minnesota ADVISER Lindsey Schiffler REPRESENTATIVE Shannon

Hallettsville, Texas ADVISER Ruth Barton REPRESENTATIVE Bill Schwartz

Hart

Robbinsville High School Ayres

Renaissance High School

Detroit, Michigan ADVISER Carianne Wargowsky REPRESENTATIVE Ramonda Hollenquest

Resurrection High School

Robbinsville, New Jersey ADVISERS Mike Bruno & Georgiana REPRESENTATIVE Megan Swigon

Fearnside

Saint Andrew’s School Foti

Robert E Lee High School Baytown, Texas ADVISER David Clayton REPRESENTATIVE Stephanie

Scottsdale, Arizona ADVISER Matt Bohnert REPRESENTATIVE Susan

Hinson

Boca Raton, Florida ADVISER Cindy Newnam REPRESENTATIVE Amanda

Wedgworth

Saint Joseph High School

Metuchen, New Jersey ADVISERS Jessamyn Bergin, Christina Canciello & Tracy Uler REPRESENTATIVE Sharon Bodnarchuk

Rolling Hills Preparatory School

Sam Rayburn High School

Rice Consolidated High School

Rosary High School

Samford University

Rice University

Roseburg High School

San Angelo Central High School

Chicago, Illinois ADVISERS Maria Cathcart & Jennifer REPRESENTATIVE Brad Nemsick

Altair, Texas ADVISER Bonnie Kolacek REPRESENTATIVE Bill Schwartz Houston, Texas ADVISER Kelley Callaway REPRESENTATIVE Ryan Almon

Richland High School

Richland Hills, Texas ADVISER Steven Schilling REPRESENTATIVE Dave DePaul

Boyle

San Pedro, California ADVISER Rebecca Kandel-Scott REPRESENTATIVE Steve Eddy Aurora, Illinois ADVISER Faith Etheredge REPRESENTATIVE Brad Nemsick

Roseburg, Oregon ADVISER Lauryn Perrigo REPRESENTATIVE Karen Roberts

Ross Sterling High School Baytown Baytown, Texas ADVISER Kaleah Hicks REPRESENTATIVE Stephanie

Hinson

Pasadena, Texas ADVISER Crystal Sliva REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Schwartz Birmingham, Alabama ADVISERS Jackie Long, Sean Flynt & Donovan Harris REPRESENTATIVE Jay Elmore San Angelo, Texas ADVISER Dhara Ogee REPRESENTATIVE Doug

Altom

San Antonio Academy

San Antonio, Texas ADVISER Natalie Boch & Priscilla REPRESENTATIVE Kathi Hopkins

Power


San Elijo Middle School

Seminole High School

San Marcos, California ADVISER Sarah Barrera REPRESENTATIVE Frank Ortiz

Sawgrass Springs Middle School Coral Springs, Florida ADVISER Ingrid Molina REPRESENTATIVE Amanda

Schuylerville Middle School

Vallee

Science Academy of South Texas Mercedes, Texas ADVISER Lisa Ashley REPRESENTATIVE Mary

Harris

Scio High School

Roberts

Scotia-Glenville High School Scotia, New York ADVISERS Rich Wiesen & Rich REPRESENTATIVE Amy Devine

Kohout

Scott County High School Georgetown, Kentucky ADVISER Leslie Murphy REPRESENTATIVE Elizabeth

Knapp

Scott High School

Huntsville, Tennessee ADVISER Jodi Marcum REPRESENTATIVE Katie Welch

Scott High School

Taylor Mill, Kentucky ADVISER Andrea Sullivan REPRESENTATIVE Jennifer

Hohn

Scotts Hill High School Sitton

Scottsboro High School

Scottsboro, Alabama ADVISER Amber Linville REPRESENTATIVE Jay Elmore

Sealy High School Sealy, Texas ADVISER Val Goad REPRESENTATIVE Bill

Sebring High School

Sequatchie County High School

South Christian High School

Dunlap, Tennessee ADVISER Amy Layne REPRESENTATIVE Katie

Welch

Serrano Middle School Highland, California ADVISER Ryan Webb REPRESENTATIVE Frank

Cincinnati, Ohio ADVISERS Anna Downey & Susan REPRESENTATIVE Jennifer Hohn

Shadow Ridge Middle School McCall

Shawnee Heights High School Tecumseh, Kansas ADVISER Roseann Gish REPRESENTATIVE Whitney

Baker

Shiner High School Shiner, Texas ADVISER Janette REPRESENTATIVE

Ferguson

Ferguson

Winterville, North Carolina ADVISER Jennifer Bolelyn REPRESENTATIVE Josh Lovell Grand Rapids, Michigan ADVISER Amy DeVries REPRESENTATIVE Craig

Talsma

South Orange, New Jersey ADVISER Paula Miller REPRESENTATIVE Sharon

Ortiz

Flower Mound, Texas ADVISER Amy Oliphant REPRESENTATIVE Susan

Oldham

South Orange Middle School Bodnarchuk

South Plantation High School Hollenbach

Plantation, Florida ADVISER Robyn Snitehurst REPRESENTATIVE Amanda Wedgworth

South River High School

South River, New Jersey ADVISER Christopher Matts REPRESENTATIVE Sharon Bodnarchuk

South St. Paul High School South Saint Paul, Minnesota ADVISER Russ Schahn REPRESENTATIVE Kerry Nelson

Southeast High School

Berkovsky Bill Schwartz

Bradenton, Florida ADVISER Kathy Campbell REPRESENTATIVE John Pantelis

Siegel High

Southern Regional High School

Simmons Middle School

Southern Regional Middle School

Murfreesboro, Tennessee ADVISER Belinda Juergens REPRESENTATIVE Josh Houston

Hoover, Alabama ADVISER Rebecca Bueche REPRESENTATIVE Joe Robbins

Sipsey Valley High School Buhl, Alabama ADVISER Jerrod Newall REPRESENTATIVE Jimmy

Elmore

Syracuse, New York ADVISER Kelly Monaghan REPRESENTATIVE Kathleen

Manahawkin, New Jersey ADVISER Christopher South REPRESENTATIVE Nancy Prudente

Manahawkin, New Jersey ADVISERS Marissa Reynolds & Shana REPRESENTATIVE Nancy Prudente

Kuchinsky

Southside High School Southside, Alabama ADVISER Katie Carter REPRESENTATIVE Joe

Robbins

Southwest Mississippi Community College Smith

Somerville High School

Seffner Christian Academy Seffner, Florida ADVISER Luisa Price REPRESENTATIVE Steve

South Central High School

Solvay High School

Schwartz

Sebring, Florida ADVISER Jeff Cantwell REPRESENTATIVE Steve

Seminole Middle School

Seton High School

Scio, Oregon ADVISER Chad Peck REPRESENTATIVE Karen

Reagan, Tennessee ADVISER Cindy Landry REPRESENTATIVE Scott

Souderton, Pennsylvania ADVISER Cheryl Boyda REPRESENTATIVE Carolyn

Plantation, Florida ADVISER Sarah Rappaport REPRESENTATIVE Amanda Wedgworth

Wedgworth

Schuylerville, New York ADVISERS Matthew Becht & Shannon REPRESENTATIVE Amy Devine

Souderton High School

Seminole, Texas ADVISER Susan Williamson REPRESENTATIVE Jerry Clark

Somerville, New Jersey ADVISER Michael Skomba REPRESENTATIVE Nancy Prudente

Sonrise Christian School

Covina, California ADVISER Sandi Lehnhard REPRESENTATIVE Brynda Everman

Summit, Mississippi ADVISER Joyce Mabry REPRESENTATIVE Karen

Loden

Southwest Onslow High School Jacksonville, North Carolina ADVISER Polly Blake REPRESENTATIVE Josh

Lovell

Space Center Intermediate Houston, Texas ADVISER Shannon Coppock REPRESENTATIVE Cindy Moye


Spain Park High School

St. John Bosco High School

Hoover, Alabama ADVISER Julee Rodgers REPRESENTATIVE Mike Dunn

Bellflower, California ADVISER Jennifer Eastwood REPRESENTATIVE Steve Eddy

Stillwater Junior High Stillwater, Minnesota ADVISER Liz Tomten REPRESENTATIVE Heidi

Schahn

Spillane Middle School

St. Joseph Catholic High School

Stockbridge High School

Spring Forest

St. Louis Catholic High School

Sullivan South High School

St. Louis Park High School

Sulphur High School

St. Mark’s Episcopal School

Summit High School

Spring Woods High School

St. Paul Academy Middle School

Sumner High School

Springville High School

St. Petersburg High School

Susquehanna Twp. High School

Cypress, Texas ADVISER Mary Ann Krause REPRESENTATIVE Kathleen West Houston, Texas ADVISER Ashlie Muse REPRESENTATIVE Kathleen

Madison, Mississippi ADVISER Terry Cassreino REPRESENTATIVE Karen Loden

Lake Charles, Louisiana ADVISER Monica Core REPRESENTATIVE Clint Sanford

West

Spring Hill Christian Academy Spring Hill, Florida ADVISER Elsie Morales REPRESENTATIVE Steve

Saint Louis Park, Minnesota ADVISER Julianne Herbert REPRESENTATIVE Kerry Nelson

Ferguson

Spring Hill High

Columbia, Tennessee ADVISER Amy Reese REPRESENTATIVE Josh

Houston, Texas ADVISER Sharon Bukaty REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Schwartz

Houston

Houston, Texas ADVISER Renie Deanda REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Schwartz

Springville, Alabama ADVISER Clay Smith REPRESENTATIVE Chris

Saint Paul, Minnesota ADVISER Stacy Overgaard REPRESENTATIVE Heidi Schahn Saint Petersburg, Florida ADVISER Donna Smith REPRESENTATIVE Steve

Nail

St Johns Country Day School

Orange Park, Florida ADVISERS Heather Velasco & Kristin REPRESENTATIVE Tracy Walters

Ferguson

St. Thomas More Catholic High School Jackson

Lafayette, Louisiana ADVISER Lori Talbot REPRESENTATIVE Clint

Sanford

Stockbridge, Georgia ADVISER Brandon Sadberry REPRESENTATIVE Diane Stasney Kingsport, Tennessee ADVISER Kim Wheeler REPRESENTATIVE Ben Smith

Sulphur, Louisiana ADVISER Brandy Hearnsberger REPRESENTATIVE Clint Sanford

Spring Hills, Tennessee ADVISER Emily Myers REPRESENTATIVE Lori Hodges Sumner, Washington ADVISER Scott Thompson REPRESENTATIVE Talli Gonyaw

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania ADVISER Jake Evans REPRESENTATIVE Ed Patrick

Sussex County Technical School

Sparta, New Jersey ADVISERS Erin Shawiak & Molly Fantasia REPRESENTATIVE Sharon Bodnarchuk

St. Andrew’s Episcopal School

Stafford High School

Sussex Middle School

St. Ann Catholic School

Stanton High School

Swansboro High School

Austin, Texas ADVISER Vince & Sue Totero REPRESENTATIVE Stacy Mehrens Houston, Texas ADVISER Vickie Bell REPRESENTATIVE Kathleen

West

St. Ann School

Bartlett, Tennessee ADVISER Angela De Jong REPRESENTATIVE Jeremy Jackson

Stafford, Texas ADVISER Tammie Myers REPRESENTATIVE Kat Gorringe Stanton, Texas ADVISER Kristi Franklin REPRESENTATIVE Jerry

Star City High School

Star City, Arkansas ADVISER Teresa Scifres REPRESENTATIVE Pamela

St. Bernard High School

Station Camp High

St. Croix Preparatory Academy

Stevenson High

Playa Del Rey, California ADVISER Caroline Buck REPRESENTATIVE Steve Eddy Stillwater, Minnesota ADVISER Peter Hoks REPRESENTATIVE Heidi

Schahn

St. George’s Independent School Collierville, Tennessee ADVISER Emmy McClain REPRESENTATIVE Jeremy

Jackson

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Clark

Sussex, New Jersey ADVISERS Kaleigh Ralph & Arielle Wegbreit REPRESENTATIVE Sharon Bodnarchuk

Swansboro, North Carolina ADVISER Stacie Friebel REPRESENTATIVE Josh Lovell

Sylacauga High School Hopkins

Sylacauga, Alabama ADVISER Carol Sprayberry & Pam REPRESENTATIVE Joe Robbins

T

Gallatin, Tennessee ADVISER Stephanie Downey REPRESENTATIVE Josh Houston Livonia, Michigan ADVISER Sean Horgan REPRESENTATIVE Ramonda

T.H. Rogers Middle School Hollenquest

Stevenson Middle School

Houston, Texas ADVISER Marisa Gonzalez REPRESENTATIVE Cindy Moye

Houston, Texas ADVISER Jennifer Thelander REPRESENTATIVE Kat Gorringe

Taft High School

San Antonio, Texas ADVISER Mary Alaniz REPRESENTATIVE Betty

Cruz

McTier


Taft High School

Taft, California ADVISER Stacy Lackey REPRESENTATIVE Christina

The Master’s Academy

Matthews

Tahoka High School

Tinton Falls, New Jersey ADVISER Sharon Finan REPRESENTATIVE Nancy

Castaldi Susse Mabie

Pennington, New Jersey ADVISERS Mark Ross & Diane Monteleone REPRESENTATIVE Rebecca Schneider

Tampa Preparatory School

Tampa, Florida ADVISER Stacey Cummins REPRESENTATIVE Steve Ferguson

Taylor High School

The Roeper School

Schwartz

Hollenquest

Tazewell Middle School

Bailey

Temecula Middle School Temecula, California ADVISER Liliana Mai REPRESENTATIVE Frank

Temple High School

Temple, Texas ADVISER Matt Corley REPRESENTATIVE Stacy

Mehrens

Texas City High School

Texas City, Texas ADVISER Laurie Haffelfinger REPRESENTATIVE Ryan Almon

The American School in London MS London,England ADVISER Rhiannon West REPRESENTATIVE Karen Burbach-Barker

The Atonement Academy San Antonio, Texas ADVISER Mary Havel REPRESENTATIVE Melissa

Miketinac

The Canterbury School Fort Myers, Florida ADVISER Nick Grey REPRESENTATIVE Steve

The John Cooper School The Woodlands, Texas ADVISER Lynn Boeding REPRESENTATIVE Mary Beth

McIver

Tomball, Texas ADVISER Torri Converse REPRESENTATIVE Mary Beth

McIver

Toms River High School East

Toms River High School South

Bodnarchuk

Toms River, New Jersey ADVISER Christine McKinnon REPRESENTATIVE Nancy Prudente Topeka, Kansas ADVISER Ben Appel REPRESENTATIVE Whitney

Baker

Thomas Jefferson High School

Trafton Academy

Thomas Jefferson High School

Tri Valley High School

Thomas Jefferson Middle School

Trickum Middle School

Denver, Colorado ADVISER Amber Wilson REPRESENTATIVE Rob Rathbun

Winston-Salem, North Carolina ADVISERS Michele Hamby & Cathy REPRESENTATIVE Shandi Foster

Houston, Texas ADVISER David Goldburg REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Schwartz Hegins, Pennsylvania ADVISER Amanda White REPRESENTATIVE Matt McLaughlin

Blevins

Thomposon Intermediate Houston, Texas ADVISER Sarah Librojo REPRESENTATIVE Cindy

Moye

Thornton Middle School

Katy, Texas ADVISER Jennifer Quintavalle REPRESENTATIVE Kathleen West

Tidehaven High School El Maton, Texas ADVISER Renee Huff REPRESENTATIVE Ryan

Almon

Piscataway, New Jersey ADVISER Emily Heaton REPRESENTATIVE Sharon

Bodnarchuk

Tinley Park High School

Tinley Park, Illinois ADVISER Laura Munoz REPRESENTATIVE Brad Nemsick

Trumble

Topeka West High School

Timothy Christian School

Ferguson

McIver

Theodore Schor Middle School

San Antonio, Texas ADVISER Melissa Carroll REPRESENTATIVE Betty Cruz

Ortiz

Tomball, Texas ADVISER Jerry Fordyce REPRESENTATIVE Mary Beth

McIver

Dallas, Texas ADVISER Tulip Majumdar REPRESENTATIVE Susan McCall

TCU

Tomball High School

Toms River, New Jersey ADVISERS Kati Koenigstein & Doug REPRESENTATIVE Megan Swigon

Thomas Jefferson High School

Tazewell, Virginia ADVISER Randy Cordle REPRESENTATIVE Matt Smith Fort Worth, Texas ADVISER Mallory Burkett REPRESENTATIVE Tammy

The Woodlands, Texas ADVISER Donna Brawner REPRESENTATIVE Mary Beth

Piscataway, New Jersey ADVISER Alissa Berse REPRESENTATIVE Sharon

Smith

Prudente

Tomball Junior High School

Birmingham, Michigan ADVISER Linda Vernon REPRESENTATIVE Ramonda

The Woodlands College Park High School

Tazewell High School Tazewell, Virginia ADVISER Melett Smith REPRESENTATIVE Matt

Tinton Falls Middle School

The Pennington School

Tahoka, Texas ADVISER Rachel Lehman REPRESENTATIVE Jerry Clark

Katy, Texas ADVISER Stace Hitt REPRESENTATIVE Lisa

Oviedo, Florida ADVISER Brenda REPRESENTATIVE

Lilburn, Georgia ADVISER Jim Fincher REPRESENTATIVE Tara

Hays

Trona High School

Trona, California ADVISER Carolyn McDaniel REPRESENTATIVE Christina Matthews

Truitt Middle School

Houston, Texas ADVISER Tammy Steffen REPRESENTATIVE Kathleen

West

Tulpehocken Area Jr./Sr. High School Bernville, Pennsylvania ADVISER Kimberly Foreman REPRESENTATIVE Matt McLaughlin

Tunstall High School

Dry Fork, Virginia ADVISER Kristen Williams REPRESENTATIVE Tami Stalcup

Tupelo High School

Tupelo, Mississippi ADVISER Shari Chumley REPRESENTATIVE Scott Sitton

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Tuscaloosa County High School

Northport, Alabama ADVISER Robin Ball REPRESENTATIVE Jay

Elmore

Twin Valley High School

Pilgrims Knob, Virginia ADVISER Dominique Traverse REPRESENTATIVE Matt Smith

U

United South High School Laredo, Texas ADVISER Martha Sierra REPRESENTATIVE Betty Cruz

University of Chicago Lab School Chicago, Illinois ADVISER Wayne Brasler REPRESENTATIVE Brad Nemsick

University of Illinois

Champaign, Illinois ADVISERS Lilyan Levant & Kit Donahue REPRESENTATIVE Sarah Durham

University of Louisiana at Lafayette Lafayette, Louisiana ADVISER Charles Lenox REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Leopard

University of North Alabama Florence, Alabama ADVISER Rebecca Walker REPRESENTATIVE Chris Nail

University Prep Science & Math HS Detroit, Michigan ADVISER LaToya Teague REPRESENTATIVE Ramonda

Hollenquest

Upperman High School

Baxter, Tennessee ADVISERS Penny Nash & Frank Tittle REPRESENTATIVE Josh Houston

Ursuline Academy

Dallas, Texas ADVISER Melinda Smith REPRESENTATIVE Mickey

Waelder High School

Vandalia High School Vandalia, Illinois ADVISER Amy Vieregge REPRESENTATIVE Stacey

Waelder, Texas ADVISER Cheryl Handy REPRESENTATIVE Bill Schwartz

Sisk

Varsity Lakes Middle School

Walhalla High School

Venice High School

Walker Valley High School

Verona High School

Wallkill Valley Regional High School

Verrado High School

Walter C. Young Middle School

Lehigh Acres, Florida ADVISER Jessica DiCarlo REPRESENTATIVE Steve Ferguson

Walhalla, South Carolina ADVISER Joni Townsend REPRESENTATIVE Tara Hays

Venice, Florida ADVISER Stefanie Betz REPRESENTATIVE John Pantelis

Cleveland, Tennessee ADVISER Nicole Gober REPRESENTATIVE Ben Smith

Verona, New Jersey ADVISER Tom White & Allison Quick REPRESENTATIVE Sharon Bodnarchuk Buckeye, Arizona ADVISER Erin Seidner REPRESENTATIVE Dale

Pembroke Pines, Florida ADVISER Milisa Villanueva REPRESENTATIVE Amanda

Whitmore

Vestal High School

Vestal, New York ADVISERS Sue Vanderpool & Brian REPRESENTATIVE Kathleen Smith

Weiss

Vestavia Hills, Alabama ADVISERS Ashley Corona & Jennifer REPRESENTATIVE Mike Dunn

Victory Lakes Intermediate

League City, Texas ADVISER Emily Auffarber REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Schwartz

Vidor High School

Vidor, Texas ADVISER Michelle Kirkland REPRESENTATIVE Jill Garrett

Village Christian High School

Sun Valley, California ADVISER Blanca Schnobrich REPRESENTATIVE Brynda Everman

Village Christian Middle School Mehrens

Utica College

Utica, New York ADVISER Fran Lucia REPRESENTATIVE Kathleen

Everman

Vivian Field Middle School Smith

V

Valor Christian High School Highlands Ranch, Colorado ADVISER Hayes Trotter REPRESENTATIVE Rob Rathbun

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Farmers Branch, Texas ADVISER David Ruppersberg REPRESENTATIVE Valerie Araujo

W

W. W. Lewis Middle School Sulphur, Louisiana ADVISER Whitney Hurlbut REPRESENTATIVE Clint Sanford

Wedgworth

Waltrip High School

Vestavia Hills High School

Sun Valley, California ADVISER Fontaina Funk REPRESENTATIVE Brynda

Hamburg, New Jersey ADVISER MaryRose Silvestri REPRESENTATIVE Sharon Bodnarchuk

Houston, Texas ADVISER Jeff Turner REPRESENTATIVE Cindy

Moye

Warren County High School Dalton

Mc Minnville, Tennessee ADVISER Leah Simpson REPRESENTATIVE Josh Houston

Warren East High School Bowling Green, Kentucky ADVISER Laura Cline REPRESENTATIVE Jamie

Marcial

Wasco High School

Wasco, California ADVISER Danny Eusebio REPRESENTATIVE Christina

Matthews

Washington Junior High Conroe, Texas ADVISER Dina Shaver REPRESENTATIVE Mary

Beth McIver

Washington School

Greenville, Mississippi ADVISER Melanie Tucker REPRESENTATIVE Karen Loden

Watertown High School

Watertown, New York ADVISERS Emily Sprague & Kimberly REPRESENTATIVE Kathleen Smith

Watkins Middle School Houston, Texas ADVISER Kathy Boyle REPRESENTATIVE Kathleen

West

WB Ray High School Corpus Christi, Texas ADVISER Gail Sims REPRESENTATIVE Robyn

Stech

La Forty


Weatherford High School

West Orange High School

Weatherford, Texas ADVISER Leigh Carmichael REPRESENTATIVE Tammy Bailey

Winter Garden, Florida ADVISER Kimberly Poor REPRESENTATIVE Susse

Weeki Wachee High School

Willow Wood Junior High Tomball, Texas ADVISER Jaimie Ridley REPRESENTATIVE Mary

Mabie

Beth McIver

West Shore Christian Academy

Wilson Classical High School

Weimar High School

West Windsor-Plainsboro High School North

Windsor High School

Wesley College

West Windsor-Plainsboro High School South

Winfield City Schools

West Alexander Middle School

Westchester Academy

WoodCreek Jr. High School

Weeki Wachee, Florida ADVISER Chris Clifford REPRESENTATIVE Steve

Shiremanstown, Pennsylvania ADVISER Sabrina Luta REPRESENTATIVE Matt McLaughlin

Ferguson

Weimar, Texas ADVISER Lynda Beal REPRESENTATIVE Bill Schwartz

Plainsboro, New Jersey ADVISER Lorraine Sieben REPRESENTATIVE Nancy Prudente

Dover, Delaware ADVISER Christine McDermott REPRESENTATIVE Carolyn Oldham Taylorsville, North Carolina ADVISER Angie Storie REPRESENTATIVE Shandi

Princeton Junction, New Jersey ADVISER Karen Sobolewski REPRESENTATIVE Nancy Prudente

Houston, Texas ADVISER Shaun Wegscheid REPRESENTATIVE Kathleen West

Foster

West Bloomfield High School West Bloomfield, Michigan ADVISER Noel McHardy REPRESENTATIVE Ramonda

Hollenquest

& Phyllis Tortu-Sliwecki Prudente

West Fargo High School

West Fargo, North Dakota ADVISER Jeremy Murphy REPRESENTATIVE Kerry Nelson

Los Angeles, California ADVISER Rick Nelson REPRESENTATIVE Steve

Eddy

Westview High School

West Islip High School

White Station High School

West Milford Township High School West Milford, New Jersey ADVISERS Pete Shaver & Danielle REPRESENTATIVE Megan Swigon

Kaiser

West Monroe High School West Monroe, Louisiana ADVISER Melissa Kiper REPRESENTATIVE Jay Barnes

West Orange - Stark High School Orange, Texas ADVISER Meri Elen Jacobs REPRESENTATIVE Lee Briggs

Memphis, Tennessee ADVISER Nikki Johnson REPRESENTATIVE Jeremy

Bodnarchuk

Woodstock High School Roberts

Jackson

Whitehouse High School Whitehouse, Texas ADVISER Paige Dyer REPRESENTATIVE Debbie

Elmore, Ohio ADVISER Tina Sandwisch REPRESENTATIVE Steve Potere Edison, New Jersey ADVISER Marie Brown REPRESENTATIVE Sharon

Martin, Tennessee ADVISER Kimberly Elliott REPRESENTATIVE Scott Sitton

Longo

Woodinville, Washington ADVISER Morgan Ackley REPRESENTATIVE Kerri Smead

Woodrow Wilson Middle School

West High School

West Islip, New York ADVISERS Dawn DiVisconti & Elaine REPRESENTATIVE Neil Sanders

Woodinville High School

Westlake Academy

Houston, Texas ADVISERS Craig Malinsky & Sharon REPRESENTATIVE Lisa Schwartz

Knoxville, Tennessee ADVISER Katherine Furnari REPRESENTATIVE Ben Smith

West

Woodmore High School

Crozet, Virginia ADVISER Shanna Lovaglio REPRESENTATIVE Sarah Lockwood

Westside High School

Camillus, New York ADVISER Rebecca Howard REPRESENTATIVE Kathleen Smith

Winfield, Alabama ADVISER Jennifer Birmingham REPRESENTATIVE Jay Elmore

Western Albemarle High School

Westlake, Texas ADVISER Tom Cawthra REPRESENTATIVE Dave DePaul

West Genesee Middle School

Imperial, Missouri ADVISER JoAnn Marty REPRESENTATIVE Liz Bardin

Katy, Texas ADVISER Natalia Montalvo REPRESENTATIVE Kathleen

Westchester Enriched Sciences Magnet

West Deptford High School Westville, New Jersey ADVISERS Dawn Jasper REPRESENTATIVE Nancy

Long Beach, California ADVISER Warren Smitheran REPRESENTATIVE Steve Eddy

Vaughn

Woodstock, Georgia ADVISER Sonja Ryberg REPRESENTATIVE Tara Hays

Word of Life Bible Institute Pottersville, New York ADVISER Sally Gebensleben REPRESENTATIVE Amy Devine

Y

Xavier College Prep High School Palm Desert, California ADVISER Laura Hall REPRESENTATIVE Frank

Ortiz

Wiesbaden High School Apo, AE ADVISER Pat Strobel REPRESENTATIVE Karen

Burbach-Barker

William Allen Middle School

Moorestown, New Jersey ADVISERS Kimberly Martin & Theresa O’Brien REPRESENTATIVE Rebecca Schneider

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Index A Abilene High School..............................................178 Akins High School.................................................164 Alamo Heights High School....................................277 Aledo High School.................................................277 Alexander Central High School...............................280 All Saints’ Episcopal School...........................158, 246 Allen High School..............................................4, 120 American School Foundation of Mexico City...........283 Anderson High School...........................................284 Aragon High School...............................................174 Arlington High School................................................6 Assumption High School........................................196 Azusa Pacific University..........................................280

B

Baylor University........................................8, 201, 202 Bellaire High School (Michigan)..............................239 Bellaire High School (Texas).....................10, 192, 236 Belton High School................................................219 Bishop Kenny High School....................................194 Bishop O’Dowd High School..................................286 Bluffton High School..............................................286 Brea Olinda High School................................170, 282 Brennan High School.............................................232 Briarwood School..................................................194 Bridgeport High School..........................................196 Brookwood High School........................................165 Brown University....................................................167 Bucknell University.................................................137 Buffalo High School.......................................147, 241 Bullard High School.......................................247, 278 Burbank High School.............................................160 Byron P. Steele High School...........................252, 281

C

Carlisle Area High School.......................................281 Carthage High School...........................................141 Chapa Middle School............................................166 Choctawhatchee High School................................276 Cibola High School................................................287 Cinco Ranch High School......................................209 Cistercian Preparatory School................................280 Citrus High School.........................................165, 213 Claudia Taylor Johnson High School.........12, 127, 266 Clear Springs High School.....................................252 Clearwater High School ................................257, 259 Cleburne County High School........................187, 276 Clements High School...........................................278 Clint Small Middle School........................................14 Clinton County High School...................................284

310 Reference | Index

Columbus Academy..............................................167 Conroe High School..............................................236 Crossroads School................................................184 Cy Creek High School...........................................146 Cy Fair High School...............................................237 Cypress Lake Middle School.................................285 Cy-Ridge High School...................................160, 214

D

Dakota Valley High School.....................................139 Dartmouth College.........................................230, 234 Deep Run High School..........................................280 Douglas MacArthur High School.............................149 Dublin Scioto High School.....................................287

E

East Bernard High School..............................124, 192 East Chambers High School..................................154 Edgewood High School.........................................155 Eisenhower High School........................................277 Elkhart Memorial High School.................................255 Emma Willard School.............................................287 Enumclaw High School..........................................282 Episcopal School of Dallas.....................................131 Episcopal School of Jacksonville....................159, 248 Estancia High School.............................................286 Etiwanda High School............................176, 260, 262 Exeter Twp. High School................................136, 286

F

Fairfield Junior Senior High School..................250, 251 Florence High School............................................280 Flower Mound High School..............................16, 121 Floyd Central High School......................................215 Fort Settlement Middle School...............................281 Francis Howell High School......................18, 265, 270 Fred T. Foard High School.....................................287 Frenship High School............................................158 Friendswood Junior High School............................279 Ft. Bend Christian High School...............................144

G

George Ranch High School...................................285 Georgetown High School.......................................180 Glacier Peak High School........................20, 122, 268 Glen Allen High School..........................................284 Glenda Dawson High School.................................169 Gorzycki Middle School.........................226, 227, 258 Granite Bay High School..................................22, 123

Grapevine High School..........................155, 244, 279 Great Falls Hign School...........................................24 GSMST.................................................................168

H

Hardin Valley Academy..........................176, 229, 267 Harrisonburg High School......................................286 Harvard-Westlake School.........................................26 Hebron High School......................................210, 281 Helena High School.................................................28 Hendrickson High School........................30, 220, 256 Henry M. Gunn Senior High School..........................32 Hillsborough High School.......................................179 Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy................................34 Hoover High School..............................................151 Humble High School..............................................276 Huntsville High School...........................................142

I J

IANT Quranic Academy..................................182, 284 Inglemoor High School...................177, 264, 272, 284 Iowa Park Junior High............................................173 Irons Junior High School........................................182

J. Frank Dobie Junior High School..........................284 J. R. Tucker High School.......................................271 James Bowie High School.....................................276 James Madison University.......................................36 Jefferson County High School................................150 Jesuit Preparatory School........................................38 John Marshall High School.....................................239 John T. Hoggard High School........................214, 228

K

Kealing Middle School.....................................40, 231 Kimbrough Middle School......................................186 Kingwood High School..........................................276 Kinkaid School......................................................140 Klein Collins High School.................42, 130, 212, 213 Klein High School............................................44, 240 Klein Oak High School.....................................46, 204 Kofa High School..................................................280

L

La Jolla Country Day..............................................285 Lake Highlands High School..................................276 Lake Howell High School.......................................283


Lakeside High School............................133, 156, 206 Lamar High School................................................199 Lamar Middle School.............................................279 Lancaster Bible College.........................................282 Langham Creek High School.................................152 Laurelhurst Middle School......................................285 Leander High School.............................................159 Legacy High School................................48, 191, 193 Lehman High School.............................................177 Leon High School..................................................280 Lewisville High School...........................................211 Liberty High School...............................178, 269, 287 Little Rock Central High School................................50 Loara High School.................................................282 Longview High School...........................148, 243, 278 Los Gatos High School..................................175, 283 Lubbock High School............................................238 Lynbrook High School..............................................52

M

Maclay School......................................................278 Mahtomedi High School........................................132 Mansfield High School...................................149, 278 Maple Lake High School........................................205 Marcus High School..............................................157 McCallum High School..................................146, 277 McKinney Boyd High School..................166, 249, 282 McKinney High School............................54, 218, 253 McNeil High School.........................................56, 243 Memorial High School..............................................58 Memorial Middle School........................................281 Middleburg High School................................162, 208 Milton Hershey School...........................................269 Minnetonka High School................................183, 285 Mission Viejo High School..............................185, 286 Monta Vista High School........................................138 Morristown-Hamblen High School East ..................143

N O

New Smyrna Middle School...........................153, 244 North Carolina State University.........60, 129, 198, 200 Northern Highlands Regional High School...............161 Northgate High School...........................................278 Northwest Rankin High School...............................284

O’Henry Middle School..........................................279 Oak Grove High School...................................62, 126 Oak Mountain High School......................................64 Otsego High School..............................................287 Oviedo High School.........................................66, 242

P

Palisades Charter High School...............................183 Palm Desert High School.......................................283 Pascagoula High School........................................145 Pioneer High School................................................68 Plainview High School............................................252 Port Neches - Groves High School.................190, 276 Portage High School........................................70, 257 Presque Isle High School.......................................136 Prince of Peace Christian School...........................162

R

Rainier Middle School............................................283 Reno High School...................................................72 Ridge Point High School................................175, 260 Ridgeview Middle School.......................................280 Riverdale High School............................................282 Robert E. Lee High School.....................................172 Robinson High School...........................................181 Rock Canyon High School.......................................74 Rockport Fulton High School..........................248, 250 Rocky Heights Middle School..................76, 223, 224 Ronald Reagan High School....................................78 Rouse High School..................80, 128, 215, 228, 263 Rudd Middle School..............................................249

S

Santa Fe Trail Middle School..................................240 Saugus High School................................................82 Sedona Red Rock High School..............................139 Seminole High School...........................................278 Shawnee Mission East High School.........84, 221, 222 Shawnee Mission North High School........86, 224, 225 Shawnee Mission South High School.....................173 Sierra Vista Middle School.....................................164 Southern Methodist University..........................88, 203 Snohomish High School................................267, 285 South Brunswick High School................................137 South Doyle High School.......................................161 Sparkman High School..........................................148 Spring Branch Middle School.................................206 Springstead High School.......................................277 St. Agnes Academy...............................................278 St. Benedict at Auburndale....................150, 204, 245 St. Thomas’ Episcopal School.................................90 Stephen F. Austin High School...............................145 Stephen F. Austin State University..................216, 217 Stratford High School............................................276 Sulphur Springs Middle School..............................171 Suncoast High School.............................................92

T

Tarleton State University.........................................151 Texas A&M University...............................................94 Texas High School...........................................96, 125 Texas Tech University...............................98, 195, 197 The American School in London High School.........273 The Colony High School........................................100 The Hockaday School...................................102, 134 The Lawrenceville School.......................................284 The Woodlands High School..................................279 Thomas Downey High School........................104, 246 Thompson High School ........................................156 Thrall High School.................................................106 Timbercrest Junior High.........................................187 Tom C. Clark High School..............233, 235, 253, 254 Tomball Memorial High School...............227, 262, 283 Tucker Creek Middle School..................................281

U

University of California LA.......................................108 University High School...................................185, 286 University of Mary Hardin-Baylor.............................163 University of Mary Washington...............................286 University of Miami.................................................110 University of Southern California.....................112, 233

V W

Vandegrift High School..........................174, 254, 282 Vista Ridge High School........................114, 135, 251

Wall High School...................................................163 Washington High School........................................207 West Potomac High School...................................208 Westwood High School.................................116, 247 White Bear Lake High School.................................277 Wiley Middle School..............................................282 Wilson High School...............................................184 Wimberley High School..........................................141 Winder-Barrow High School...........................154, 279

Y

Yankton High School.............................................180

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The 29th edition of Yearbook Yearbook was produced on Apple® MacBook Pro® using Adobe® Creative Suite® software. The 312-page, full-color book was submitted as press-ready PDF files with a press run of 5,700. The 2015 Yearbook Yearbook showcases 2014 yearbooks. The Best of 2014 represents less than 1% of Balfour customers, with Featured schools representing 3% & Honorable Mention schools representing 13%.

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTs A big thanks to my judges who spent two days painstakingly perusing book after book after book. It’s an exhausting 48 hours, but because you work your magic, eleven hundred and five schools are recognized in this edition. Oscar, you make this year-long project doable. In fact, you make all my projects doable. You remind me of those brilliant students I worked with during my 17 years of advising. You are tenacious, creative and sassy. It’s my privilege collaborating with you. I love to hear you say, “It’s good.” Judi, I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, “The way you put together words never fails to bring a smile to my face.” Thank you for finding the right words to describe the achievements of each staff. Your commentary adds merit to the students’ work. Thank you both, Oscar and Judi, for being my “partners in creative!”

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