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Editor: Julia Copeland Copy: Judi Coolidge Production: Oscar Mascorro


CONTENTS Best: 004 Showstoppers: 128 Spreads: 146 Photos: 190 Packages: 266 Covers: 294 Honorable Mention: 304 Index: 318


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REGIONAL The books featured in Yearbook Yearbook come from schools across the country and beyond its borders. The outstanding work showcased here represents that regional diversity.

BEST BUFFALO HIGH SCHOOL

Buffalo, Minnesota

SHOWSTOPPERS ALIEF HASTINGS HIGH SCHOOL

Houston, Texas

Adviser: Ryan McCallum Representative: Shannon Hart

Adviser: Andrea Negri Representative: Lisa Schwartz

The yearbook staff at Buffalo High School tells the unique story of the year in the Tatanka. As in other books featured in the Best section, storytelling copy and striking photography combine in clean, unified design. The staff provides balanced coverage of both groups and individuals, capturing the true spirit of this Minnesota school.

Showstopper spreads provide a break from traditional designs in the Alief Hastings High School yearbook. Focusing on compelling content with innovative design, the Bear Tracks and other books featured in the Showstoppers section inform, enlighten and entertain in a way that makes readers stop and take a second look.


Where

Kailey Walters (10)

We

Stand

Tate Mosley (11)

Jade Thomas (11)

Abigal Inman (11)

Hayden Neugent ( 10) Hannah Borden (10)

Sara Borden (12)

Kaitlyn Hughes (9)

Kaitlyn McDaniel (11)

SPREADS

PHOTOS

PACKAGES

COVERS

PORTOLA HIGH SCHOOL

BIG SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL

HEWITTTRUSSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL

BATTLEFIELD HIGH SCHOOL

Newville, Pennsylvania

Trussville, Alabama

Adviser: Crystal Luu Representative: Amber Elder

Adviser: Christa Daugherty Representative: Ed Patrick The Big Springs High School Waterwheel staff knows strong photos are the heart of an engaging yearbook. Technical precision, creative composition, dramatic lighting and action/reaction moments are the hallmarks of images in the Photos section.

Adviser: Kishia Locke Representative: Richard Bishop

Well-designed spreads, like those in the Portola High School Pride, organize content in a way that draws readers in and gives them direction. Strong photography combines with informative copy and creative typography. Levels of white space unite or divide coverage areas.

Adviser: Briana Hale Representatives: Tami & Scott Stalcup 311 Main Street #101 Trussville, ALThe 35173 (205) 661-0662 excitement of Secondary coverage delivery day intensifies packages, like when the yearbook those in the Hewitthas a cool cover, like Trussville High School the one that wraps Memento, offer Battlefield High School’s tidbits of knowledge. Lynx. The cover Those featured in provides an opportunity the Packages section to make a positive first include everything from impression, as well as student profiles to fun introduce the theme surveys, in quick-read and establish the tone formats, coordinated of the book. Those with yearbook themes. in the Covers section are as diverse as the schools they represent.

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Irvine, California

The Hewitt-Trussville Varsity Softball Team has had a very successful season. On March 21, 2017, they defeated Spain Park High School, a nationally ranked team, 14-1. Hannah Borden (10) had two home runs during the game and Sara Borden (12) had one. Varsity coach Jim Bailes says, This season has been very rewarding for me. Becoming Haymarket, Virginia the high school coach has given me the opportunity to continue to coach a very talented group of girls that I have been with since middle school. Coaching for me is a great opportunity to impact the lives of these young ladies in a positive way, and I hope that I have done that.


Created using the highest standards of scholastic journalism, the BEST books record the stories of the year both visually and verbally, including – ■ A unique record of the school and current year ■ Specific, storytelling copy (traditional or alternative) ■ Fair and balanced coverage ■ Visual appeal


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BEST


Best of   2017

ALEDO HIGH SCHOOL Aledo, Texas Theme: LOUD & CLEAR Bookname: Ledonian Adviser: Cheryl Posey Editor: Ellie Posey Representative: Milani Arguelles

innovative cover and endsheet designs

The cover of the Ledoian surprises and delights. The Plexiglas cover reveals the theme and supports the “clear” in LOUD & CLEAR. “Loud” is supported by the artistically-rendered photo of the spirit section, glowing with confetti and streamers. Photo selection optimizes the number of students covered on spreads. Creative coverage, presented with showstopping designs, shout Aledo’s pride and spirit; it’s loud and clear.

Noteworthy: big photo design; photo package placement on dominant; Instagram-like look; photos include idents; copy details one student’s Fourth of July activities.


Noteworthy: front endsheet shows through Plexiglas; photo effect—highlighting confetti, shooting from low angle; multi-colored streamers; image of support & unity illustrates “loud & clear.” Noteworthy: showstopping coverage & design; covers state competition; student took background photo of welding sparks; recognition of State finalists’ art.

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Noteworthy: dominant picture—selective focus, strong horizontal; photo package design; copy details band’s achievement; use of color.


Best of   2017

ALLEN HIGH SCHOOL Allen, Texas Theme: GREETINGS FROM ALLEN, TEXAS Bookname: The Eagle Adviser: Kelly Juntunen Editors: Maya Eyres, Sam Rabino Representative: Jim Anderson

blended coverage of dissimilar content

By using the Greetings From postcard look, The Eagle staff steps back and presents Allen High School from an observant visitor’s perspective. To include the activities of 4,769 students, blended coverage is a necessity. For example, with bubbles as the connection, staff members creatively link AP Biology with the swim and dive teams. The curious reader will look for clever connections in the coverage.

Noteworthy: high angle shot captures the size of school; number of students pictured; coverage of popular cell phone game; secondary coverage; well-written feature.


Noteworthy: story of all-school service projects; wellwritten feature with facts & quotes; secondary coverage: Q&A student profile, after-school activities, social media.

Noteworthy: graphic design; coverage of pre-dance setup; hour-by-hour presentation; secondary coverage— numbers; game & dance coverage.

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Noteworthy: blended coverage: Peer Assistance & Leadership (PAL), athlete profile, photo (ATPI convention); in-depth coverage of athletic injury.


Best of   2017

BAYLOR UNIVERSITY Waco, Texas Bookname: Roundup

Adviser: Julie Reed Editor: Hannah Neumann Representative: Jim Anderson

photos and copy record history, memories

In the 116th volume of the Baylor Roundup, storytelling photos, with varied composition, draw the reader to the content. Showstopping spreads cover student involvement in major campus events. The effective use of color directs the reader from one point to another. By alternating feature stories with alternative copy, the staff appeals to scan readers, as well as ones who read for detail. Well-written captions add to the stories of the year.

Noteworthy: full-spread photo captures the result of preparation; alternative copy—timeline; photos & copy cover behind-the-scenes activities, organizers & leaders.


Noteworthy: coverage of outstanding male & female athletes; specific headlines; COB photos anchored with gray bar; use of percentages of black.

Noteworthy: student profile; use of prop on portrait adds information; Q&A format; respondents identified with initials; detailed answers.

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Noteworthy: well-written feature story with facts & reactions; specific angle; pull quote; colorful dominant; secondary photos cover spectators.


Best of   2017

BELLAIRE HIGH SCHOOL Bellaire, Texas Theme: EDGE Bookname: Carillon Adviser: Mica Segal Editors: Angela Liu, Benito Toscano, Michael Andy, Tina Liu, Trevon Rogers Representative: Ryan Almon

coverage highlights student perspectives

Extraordinary attention to detail is a hallmark of the Carillon. The wide array of students included in the book records the diversity of the student body. To highlight a range of perspectives, the staff gathered storytelling quotes. Detailed information (facts & figures) in the book makes everything specific to the year. By including detail, the book captures the history and memories of the year.

Noteworthy: well-written copy & captions; specific information; story-telling captions; quotes reflect personality & perspective of student being interviewed.


Noteworthy: well-researched overview of class loads; quote run in margin adds an additional student; blended coverage of academics & organizations; showstopper; magazine design.

Noteworthy: group shots in the index; groups cropped tightly; faces large enough to identify; full names; clever index breaks add more student information; subject listings in bold, all caps.

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Noteworthy: student profile with unusual angle; consistent head sizes & backgrounds on portraits; coverage of individual sports; effective use of color.


Best of   2017

BUFFALO HIGH SCHOOL Buffalo, Minnesota Theme: focus Bookname: Tatanka Adviser: Ryan McCallum Editors: Molly Jungwirth & McKael Loomis Representative: Shannon Hart

copy records unique moments of year

The colorful, stylized camera lens on the cover introduces the focus of the book, the students at Buffalo High School. To visually represent individuals as the subject, the photographers use selective focus on the theme pages. Secondary coverage modules add individual students as focal points of spreads. Storytelling quotes add student opinions and personalities to every spread. Photographers aim to capture action-filled images.

Noteworthy: specific facts & figures in theme copy; copy focuses on what makes the year different; stylized theme graphic; shallow depth of field highlights main subject.


Noteworthy: clearly explains the one-act procedures & challenges; storytelling quotes; coverage of group’s traditions; set preparation, rehearsal & make-up covered.

Noteworthy: after-school activities; folio design repeats theme graphic; timeline--student profiles and their activities; coverage balances work & play.

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Noteworthy: quote focuses on one aspect of a sport that makes it meaningful; shallow depth of field repeated as a visual motif.


Best of   2017

CEDAR PARK HIGH SCHOOL Cedar Park, Texas Theme: LIMITLESS Bookname: Tracks Adviser: Paige Hert Editors: Macy Loyd, Sierra Wiggers, Jessica Mick, Deena Ismail, Lindsey Buggi, Alyssa King, Maddie Meyer Representative: Mickey Mehrens

graphics and fonts unify presentation

By Introducing fonts and graphics on the cover, the Tracks staff establishes the elements of design. Because the staff repeats fonts, transparencies and overlapping bars of color from cover to cover, the book has a consistent look and tone. Coverage in the book is both expansive and detailed, covering individual students’ experiences within the larger context of the school’s activities, events and competitions.

Noteworthy: layered transparent bars with varied lengths; combination of typefaces; full bleed photo; color coordinated; caption for picture.


Noteworthy: panoramic dominant photo; establishing shot; linear pull-outs of attendees’ locations; storytelling quotes; use of theme-related fonts & graphics.

Noteworthy: showstopper spread; calendar format; alternates between quotes and expanded captions; coverage of time and activities away from school; use of theme-related graphic.

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Noteworthy: summer activities, events & destinations covered in creative format; storytelling quotes; topics & students clearly identified; showstopper spread.


Best of   2017

CINCO RANCH HIGH SCHOOL Katy, Texas Theme: VIBRANT Bookname: Panorama Adviser: Ed Larsen Editors: Shanila Mannan, Maddie McKowen, Ayesha Rabbi Representative: Lisa Schwartz

visual continuity through type, color

Panorama staff members chose VIBRANT as their theme to characterize the people at their school. Because members of the school community had different paths, passions and opinions to express, the editors broke “vibrant” into “vibe” and “rant” to show their differences. The use of the CMYK palette for accent colors creates visual continuity throughout the book. Students could choose cover color preferences.

Noteworthy: improv comedy coverage; Q&A alternative copy format; use of theme color; 30+ students covered; quotes, anecdotal stories expand coverage.


Noteworthy: folio design; student personalities reflected in fashion choices; secondary coverage module on fashion trends; typography, headline design.

Noteworthy: coverage of music festivals; specific information; quotable quotes; use of CMYK colors and typography provide visual continuity.

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Noteworthy: dramatic, B&W photo; color ties to theme; table of contents for section; chronological organization; distinctive divider.


Best of   2017

CISTERICAN PREPARATORY SCHOOL Irving, Texas Theme: it’s DIFFERENT here Bookname: Exodus Adviser: Fr. Anthony Bigney Editors: Ray Kitziger, Matt Harris & Mike Garnett Representative: Catherine Iden

verbal, visual elements lend continuity

The Exodus offers its readers a smorgasbord of photo effects: black-and-white photos with color accents, panoramic and aerial photos and full-bleed photos. For continuity, the theme logo, its font and brackets, extend from theme pages to sections. Using blended coverage, the staff includes a wide array of activities, events and competitions. Ultimately, the staff supports the theme, it’s DIFFERENT here, by explaining what makes Cistercian unique.

Noteworthy: panoramic dominant; radical horizontal design; use of theme font & graphic; coverage of trending pastime; photo modules.


Noteworthy: headline—play on words; alternative copy; blended coverage of service projects: book donation, church-related clean-up, puppy adoption & blood drive.

Noteworthy: full-bleed photo; explains differences in fan base; repetition of theme graphic & font; use of color; well-written feature lead.

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Noteworthy: horizontal orientation; upper-left—Q&A; pre-game, post-game & sideline coverage; well-designed photo package.


Best of   2017

CLAUDIA TAYLOR JOHNSON HIGH SCHOOL San Antonio, Texas Theme: JUST ANOTHER High School Bookname: The Citadel Adviser: Velisa Jewett Editors: Emily Bennett, Caroline Matteson, Monika Stevens Representative: Kathi Hopkins

creative, comprehensive coverage

The idiomatic interjection, As if indicates complete dismissal of what has been said or suggested. Just another high school in San Antonio? That’s never going to happen. A Q&A, whole-book link adds four or five students to selected spreads. By including photo collections as a design element, The Citadel staff maximizes the number of students included in the book. The coverage is innovative and comprehensive.

Noteworthy: dominant photo; creative, interactive coverage; combination of serif and sans serif type; photo technique—candid portraits; photo illustration.


Noteworthy: coverage of communication technology & unwritten rules; enlightening communication etiquette written in students’ voices; quotes, alternative copy.

Noteworthy: summer & classroom reading for sophomores; use of color blocks as a unifying device; theme-related folio design; quotable quotes.

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Noteworthy: creative coverage; six quotes at top about taking notes; additional quotes about note-taking strategies; pictures of students’ notes.


Best of   2017

CLINT SMALL MIDDLE SCHOOL Austin, Texas Theme: It takes something SMALL to make something BIG Bookname: Silver Lining Adviser: Laura Fleming-Holcomb Editor: Skylar Linscomb Representative: Stacy Mehrens

maximum coverage of students

With 1,187 students and 96 pages, the Silver Lining staff made the most of its space. They ran portraits through every section, covered group shots in the index, used photo packages on spreads to include more photos and included student quotes wherever possible. The theme, It takes something SMALL to make something BIG, reflects the staff’s extraordinary effort to cover the students at Clint Small Middle School.

Noteworthy: portraits run throughout the book to maximize coverage; 6th, 7th, 8th grade portraits combined; feature and alternative copy.


Noteworthy: blended coverage; fun content—celebrity/ faculty lookalikes, “you in 5 words,” favorite spot at school, polls; use of theme colors.

Noteworthy: before, during & after photo coverage; feature story combined with Q&A to include more students; well-aligned photo module.

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Noteworthy: coverage of entire string section; use of color; well-written headline; feature story—student profile connected to dominant photo.


Best of   2017

CYPRESS CREEK HIGH SCHOOL Houston, Texas Theme: CLASSIC CREEK Bookname: Cougar Pride Adviser: Samantha Berry Editors: Jordan Denike & Paige Kuhn Representative: Lisa Schwartz

clean design conveys classic theme

The Cougar Pride staff produced a book with clean, angular designs to support its Classic Creek theme. The color palette, graphics and transparencies, introduced on the cover, run through the book to create a consistent tone. Classic designs are interrupted by well-designed showstopper spreads for variety. Action/reaction photos draw readers into content and well-written copy adds the stories of the year.

Noteworthy: linear pull-outs connect pictures to captions; use of graphics & colors from cover; variations in caption lead-ins; details in theme copy.


Noteworthy: showstopper spread; use of artifacts with quotes for explanation; coverage of trending books & songs; theme colors; quote in folio.

Noteworthy: panoramic dominant; coverage of summer concerts, rodeo, food, fair activities; multiple reasons to return to spread.

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Noteworthy: faculty portraits with classes they teach & extracurricular assignments; use of color; feature about academic competition includes students.


Best of   2017

ETIWANDA HIGH SCHOOL Etiwanda, California Theme: SHIFT Bookname: Aquila Adviser: Bern Judson Editors: Jade Bobeda, Courtney Hinton, Gabriella Boo Representative: Frank Ortiz

visual theme development creates continuity

Aquila staff members record being evicted from their school with the theme SHIFT. A first-person point of view in theme copy makes change personal. The slanted line, introduced on the cover, is a repeated visual motif throughout the book. By varying the look and use of the graphic (headlines, transparencies, photo shapes, etc.), the repetition doesn’t become old. Photo packages allow more students to be pictured.

Noteworthy: headline design uses shift graphic; four photo packages; well-written captions with quotes; action/reaction photos.


Noteworthy: big photo design; theme graphic transparency; balanced coverage of track & field; photo packages have captions with quotes.

Noteworthy: a mystery presented in headline with dramatic dominant photo provides angle; inset pictures cover all homecoming activities.

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Noteworthy: caption lead-in graphic; photo packages increase coverage; folio design; well-written feature & captions; dominant photo.


Best of   2017

FLOWER MOUND HIGH SCHOOL Flower Mound, Texas Theme: WHO WE ARE Bookname: The Legend Adviser: Marie Jones Editors: Sara Carson, Aahlad Madireddy, Rachel Clark Representative: Jim Anderson

coverage highlights individuals

When The Legend staff chose the theme Who We Are to record the personality and characteristics of the school community, they didn’t lose sight of the individuals that constitute the school population. Along the bottom of spreads, a whole book link covers “Who I Am” with eight student responses. Secondary coverage modules feature small groups as well as individuals. For continuity, the staff uses the cover graphic, in different ways, on every spread.

Noteworthy: big photo design; dominant photo technique—light & reflection; easily-read, well-placed copy on photo; whole book link; use of color.


Noteworthy: coverage of Instagram, a mobile photosharing app, social network; wide variety of posts: friends, food, pets, art, etc.; includes hashtag idents.

Noteworthy: variety of people covered—cheerleaders, fans, mascot; pep rally emcees; collection caption; use of theme graphic, bracket.

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Noteworthy: spread about important game; sideline shots as well as action on the field; below the bar, student enthusiasm & involvement.


Best of   2017

FORT ZUMWALT NORTH HIGH SCHOOL O’Fallon, Missouri Theme: capture the MOMENT Bookname: Pantherama Adviser: Stacie Wulfert Editors: Melanie Spence & McKenzie Kiely Representative: Liz Bardin

theme graphics create continuity

The opening copy of the Pantherama urges students not to wait for moments but to create them. As a result, the yearbook staff’s charge is to Capture the Moment. Action/reaction photos, quotable quotes and in-depth coverage help readers experience the year moment by moment. Graphics introduced on the cover (hexagons) and title page (a screen and brackets) are repeated in sections to create a visual continuity.

Noteworthy: showstopper spread; aerial shot of campus; social media used to cover a variety of events on campus.


Noteworthy: alternative copy—numbered captions with quotes; variety of pets pictured from dogs to a pig, a turtle and snakes; well-written headline & secondary headline.

Noteworthy: use of theme hexagon transparencies; screen behind headline adds dimension; Minnesota winter photo; section teaser.

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Noteworthy: strong dominant photo; use of theme graphics; theme continuity; large number of students pictured; idents for all pics.


Best of   2017

GLACIER PEAK HIGH SCHOOL Snohomish, Washington Theme: MADE FOR THE MOUNTAINS Bookname: The Edge Adviser: Annie Green Editors: Emily Nina & Cheyenne Stultz Representative: Lauren Schwartz

blended, layered coverage dictates design

The theme MADE FOR THE MOUNTAINS establishes the connection between the high school and its surroundings. The expansive coverage goes from inside the school to the outside community, using blended coverage to explore all aspects of students’ lives. Innovative page design and typography direct readers to content on the pages. The Edge staff creates multiple visual entry points on every spread.

Noteworthy: headline design; hierarchy; well-designed secondary coverage modules; artifacts with quotes; variety of activities/trips covered.


Noteworthy: copy focuses on change in venue; secondary coverage of being asked to the dance; module on what students did instead of attending.

Noteworthy: coverage of national election with student involvement & reaction; timeline; use of graphics with different sizes, weights & colors of type; summary sidebar.

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Noteworthy: paneled environmental portraits with consistent head sizes, names to the outside; student profiles; group profile; fast food & music coverage.


Best of   2017

GORZYCKI MIDDLE SCHOOL Austin, Texas Theme: elev8 Bookname: The Roar Adviser: Lindsey Shirack Editors: Brook Gura, Elise Gonzales, Ryan Kinney, Sadah Young Representative: Stacy Mehrens

strong visual theme development

The Roar staff designed a bold, sophisticated look, using angled lines and vivid colors to brand the book and define the sections. Spreads feature photos with varied content and number of subjects with an eye to showing as many students as possible. With showstopping spreads and alternative copy interrupting traditional designs and feature stories, there is no visual or verbal monotony. They creatively use the numeral “8” to replace “–ate.”

Noteworthy: use of color; theme graphics repeated; grouped captions with numbers; short, specific divider copy tied to section spin-off.


Noteworthy: coverage of the trends, fascinations of the year; effective use of type; storytelling quotes; headline/ secondary headline; genuine 6th-8th grade interests.

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Noteworthy: graphics from cover repeated; complete information; photo captions grouped with numbers; volume 8 = elev8. Noteworthy: candid photos tie to theme concept; section spin-offs; table of contents for each section; all people identified.


Best of   2017

GRANITE BAY HIGH SCHOOL Granite Bay, California Theme: TRUE THAT Bookname: Ursus Adviser: Bernadette Cranmer Editor: Selena De La Torre Representative: Shelly Townsend

visual/verbal theme development

The use of the teenage vernacular, TrueThat, another way of saying “That’s true,” captures the tone and essence of the year. It suggests agreement. As a result, the Ursus staff commits to honest, informative coverage that tells it like it is. Spin-offs of the theme phrase and variations of the theme graphic create continuity. The staff explores truths that lie below surface coverage.

Noteworthy: typography, serif & sans serif; use of color; specifics in theme copy; use of theme geometric shape in photo; caption ties to theme.


Noteworthy: impactful moment; sense of conclusion; photo techniques—graphic element woven into photo highlighting primary subjects; depth of field.

Noteworthy: trend coverage; COB photos with shadows; Q&A alternative copy; student profile; secondary profiles in same format as dominant; color.

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Noteworthy: coverage of rehearsals & sidelines; wellwritten headline/secondary; story caption with headline & idents; secondary coverage—facts & figures.


Best of   2017

HARDIN VALLEY ACADEMY Knoxville, Tennessee Theme: ILLUMINATE Bookname: Flight Adviser: Stephanie Crichton Editors: Sascha Richey, Rowan Palmer, Sarah Lloyd, Aubry McGuire Representative: Ben Smith

unifying use of color, visual/verbal connections

The opening copy of the Flight defines the word “Illuminate” and follows each part of the definition with a specific example. Spread designs feature a headline and dominant photo package to establish an angle for coverage. To expand the content, well-designed secondary packages, of all varieties, appear on every spread. Conventional coverage and design is broken up with showstopper spreads. Color use creates continuity.

Noteworthy: showstopper spread on fashion; interesting clothing designations; headline designs; poll & survey; COB photos anchored with lines.


Noteworthy: dominant subject of photo created with transparency; layered effect; big photo design; photo illustrates subject, exhilarate.

Noteworthy: detailed copy with subheads; wellwritten copy describing production from start to finish; storytelling captions with quotes; secondary coverage for more content.

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Noteworthy: engaging dominant photo; subheads organize, break up copy; use of color; photo packages; secondary coverage modules define & profile.


Best of   2017

HARRISONBURG HIGH SCHOOL Harrisonburg, Virginia Theme: We See RED Bookname: Taj Adviser: Mary Strickler Editors: Sarah Jennings, Jadah Kilby-Woodward Representatives: Tami & Scott Stalcup

visual /verbal theme development

Colors, graphics, typography and shapes, introduced on the cover, permeate the theme and page designs in the Taj. Obviously, the theme, We See Red, dictates using the color red, but the color on the spreads is designed effectively with variations. Well-written feature stories, with storytelling quotes, thoroughly cover the activities and events of the year. To expand content, the staff has included secondary coverage modules.

Noteworthy: timely coverage; big picture design; readable copy reversed out of photo; headline design; well-written copy includes specifics; quotable quotes.


Noteworthy: dominant picture—playing with light; use of theme-related graphics & fonts; copy format—repetition for emphasis; use of color & typography.

Noteworthy: visual/verbal connection between dominant & headline; 3-dimensional graphic look; diagrams for picture idents; secondary coverage modules.

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Noteworthy: vibrant red; theme spin-offs for sections; photos with captions; fonts repeated from cover; angle graphic repeated from cover.


Best of   2017

HILL COUNTRY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL Austin, Texas Theme: I’m IN Bookname: The Bard Adviser: John Horvath Editor: Chloe Todd Representative: Jim Anderson

visual/verbal theme development

I’m IN is another way to say “count me in” or “include me.” It’s also an indication that the reader is in the yearbook. The Bard has “IN” die-cut in the cover to reveal something on the inside. Once inside, the students discuss what they are in and what they are into. Wellwritten features, specific to the year, record student involvement in this PK-12 school.

Noteworthy: strong visual/verbal connection; informative secondary headline; use of color; COB photos anchored on line; headshots with partial cut-outs.


Noteworthy: cover has the word “IN� cut out so the reader gets a glimpse inside; table of contents teasers & quotes; colorful photo with caption.

Noteworthy: uniform head sizes & backgrounds; teaching assignments next to names; feature about faculty outside interests: baseball, racing, soccer, tennis.

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Noteworthy: strong visual/verbal connection; informative secondary headline; use of color; COB photos anchored on line; headshots with partial cut-outs.


Best of   2017

HOLY TRINITY EPISCOPAL ACADEMY Melbourne, Florida Theme: really. Bookname: Tigrium Adviser: Sarah Tricano Editors: Sarah Braddock, Hannah Lee Representative: Marcia Meskiel-Macy

colors, type, phrases create continuity

The Tigrium staff discovered two volume 59 editions caused by a number mix-up years ago. The word “really” reflects the group’s reaction to their discovery, disbelief. Really, as a theme, expands beyond the initial reaction of surprise with “actual fact,” “without a doubt” and “to a great degree.” By featuring these variations in secondary coverage modules, the staff includes in-depth coverage of students’ lives at Holy Trinity. A separate lower school book with the same theme and look covers students on a different campus.

Noteworthy: attention-getting landscape orientation; coverage of tragedy affecting community; coverage blended with other current events.


Noteworthy: Veteran’s Day event featuring a number of groups & activities; secondary coverage of military families & memorial service; typography.

Noteworthy: blended coverage—performances, Girl Scouts & Christmas; use of color; subheads organize copy; photo collections with headlines, secondary heads, copy & idents.

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Noteworthy: complete index; subjects, teams, activities, classes set in bold, all caps; nicknames in parentheses; 2016-17 coverage as sidebars.


Best of   2017

HORIZON HIGH SCHOOL Scottsdale, Arizona Theme: ON DEMAND Bookname: Heritage Adviser: Lisa Baker Editors: Emily Carpenter, Haley MacDonell Representative: Susan Fearnside

visual/verbal theme development

It’s about access—“to everything at anytime, anywhere and on any screen.” On Demand is a theme that moves backward and forward in time. It also allows readers to pause and reflect on moments. To immerse the reader in particular moments, the Heritage staff causes pictures to “come to life” through the Aurasma program. The use of icons and color unify and brand the book.

Noteworthy: dominant photo collection/feature; use of color; quote for secondary headline; coverage of recreational sports, work-outs, dance; overall design.


Noteworthy: dominant photo; secondary coverage packages— visually/verbally connected to theme; “instant replay” highlights; icons.

Noteworthy: head sizes; additional information about group; visual/verbal connections to theme; additional candid photos; group shots included in index as reference.

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Noteworthy: theme concept spin-offs; sections clearly identified; accurate page numbers in table of contents; repetition of theme logo & colors from cover.


Best of   2017

INGLEMOOR HIGH SCHOOL Kenmore, Washington Theme: ECHO Bookname: Scandia Adviser: Zane Mills Editors: Emily Best, William Zhao Representative: Kerri Smead

use of infographics, page design

Throughout the Scandia, the staff allows the content of the spread to dictate the design. The book uses infographics to expand coverage and engage the reader. In the development of the theme Echo, the staff uses dashes as a graphic element to illustrate the repetition of echoes. Gradients, in photos and backgrounds, represent how echoes diminish in volume.

Noteworthy: headline design; infographic poll—cast’s favorite songs; alternative copy—actor quotes; coverage of rehearsals.


Noteworthy: content dictates design; astronomy club coverage; infographic with explanations; well-written copy—specific with quotes.

Noteworthy: dominant picture—bird’s-eye view; alternative copy—quotes with subheads; infographic; use of color & typography; headline design.

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Noteworthy: headline design; use of color; infographic as dominant; sidebar with quotes; secondary coverage module design; variation of head sizes in photo package.


Best of   2017

JAMES MADISON UNIVERSITY Harrisonburg, Virginia Theme: FOUNDATIONS Bookname: The Bluestone Adviser: Mark Rankin Editor: Hannah Adams Representative: Tami & Scott Stalcup

photographs, features capture the year Photography draws readers into the content and feature writing gives them more. Interviews capture honest quotes and research provides the facts & figures. The Bluestone records on-campus traditions and transitions, but it also shows student involvement in the community. To timestamp the year, the staff includes current affairs and events. The book also includes images of little things students will always associate with their years on campus.

Noteworthy: action/reaction dominant; establishing shot from above; “1787 August Orientation” activities explained specifically in copy.


Noteworthy: photos from event; copy includes information about organization, speakers, worldwide participation; JMU student reactions.

Noteworthy: informative secondary headline; scoreboard—dates of matches; dominant photo; wellresearched copy.

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Noteworthy: black & white dominant; includes 2016 spring coverage to record complete history; all aspects of event covered; storytelling quotes.


Best of   2017

JESUIT PREPARATORY SCHOOL Dallas, Texas Theme: CLASSIC Bookname: The Last Roundup Advisers: Tiffany Holmes, Joe Howard, Valerie Souders Editors: Sam Cormier, Will Naquin Representative: Catherine Iden

creative development of anniversary theme Commemorating 75 years of Jesuit’s history was no small task. The CLASSIC theme provides a glimpse into life on campus from 1942 to the present, with a focus on 2016-2017. Dominant photos bridge the gap between yesterday and today by applying color to predominantly black and white photos. The staff’s mission to include more students in the book was certainly a success. .

Noteworthy: collection of yearbook covers; rows of 1940, 1950, 1960, 1970 and 1980 books; copy relates the beginnings of “Jesuit Dallas” and the history of the yearbook.


Noteworthy: showstopping design; full-spread large photo; dramatic color; inset photos cover rehearsals as well as performances.

Noteworthy: coverage of school-wide event; coloring of black & white photo; alternative copy—quotes; large number of students included.

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Noteworthy: freshman event coverage; alternative copy—Q&A with multiple responses; photo package with grouped idents


Best of   2017

KELLY LANE MIDDLE SCHOOL Pflugerville, Texas Theme: y(our) story Bookname: The Shield Adviser: Maisey Edwards Editors: The Shield Editorial Board Representative: Mickey Mehrens

sophisticated design, theme development Repeated throughout the book, colors, lines and graphics from the cover create continuity. The color palette is contemporary and appealing. Bold, creative designs define this middle school book. Layouts have a layered look with some elements in the background and some in the foreground. To support the theme, y(our) story, the staff covers both the individual and collective experience.

Noteworthy: background photo adds texture & content; COB photos create theme-related graphic, brackets; quotes tell individuals’ stories.


Noteworthy: calendar format; color & graphics repeated from the cover; specific dates when applicable; explanations & student reactions.

Noteworthy: background map anchors COB photos; use of color; content celebrates diversity; signs identify countries; idents with quotes.

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Noteworthy: division pages similar to opening, but different—photo background, use of theme colors, graphics; theme spin-offs identify section.


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KLEIN COLLINS HIGH SCHOOL Spring, Texas Theme: Your Details, Our Story Bookname: Legacy Adviser: Ashley Hildebrandt Editor: Taylor Confer Representative: Mary Beth McIver

design & coverage support theme

The combination of an attractive color palette, effective use of circles and well-planned white space creates the Legacy yearbook’s refreshing design. Through creative coverage, the book timestamps the year with the people, places and things that defined it. Storytelling quotes and photos draw the reader to the content. The photographers’ use of composition (angle, rule of thirds, leading lines, framing) and awareness of content add to the storytelling quality of the book.

Noteworthy: coverage of creative, hands-on classes: food tech, fashion design, interior design; alternative copy—student profile.


Noteworthy: coverage of underrepresented students; effectively written grouped captions for photo collections; copy—1st person narrative.

Noteworthy: alternative copy; application of color palette; before, during and after coverage; storytelling quotes; folio design & placement.

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Noteworthy: color palette introduced on table of contents; photo compels reader to want to know details; typography—introduction of fonts & linear pull-out.


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KLEIN OAK HIGH SCHOOL Spring, Texas Theme: On the Verge Bookname: The Oak Adviser: Jennifer Walton Editors: Madeline Mims, Ana Sierra Representative: Mary Beth McIver

typography, graphics create visual appeal

Klein Oak High School is On the Verge. The cover graphics introduce intersecting bars, vibrant colors and an edgy font. Inside the book, the look and tone of the cover continue. By using alternative copy with storytelling quotes, the staff draws readers into the content. Opening theme copy explains the things that made 2016-2017 unique. Complete coverage makes the book memorable.

Noteworthy: use of color; multiple modules covering changes—new highway brings new mall, differences inside school, new teachers.


Noteworthy: coverage of often neglected vocational programs; dominant photo; alternative copy—Q&A; secondary coverage offering advice.

Noteworthy: cut-outs of donuts with linear pullouts & quotes; contrasting coverage of healthy foods; showstopping design.

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Noteworthy: social media coverage; dominant COB photo; social media icons; popular hashtags; multiple secondary coverage modules.


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LAMAR MIDDLE SCHOOL Austin, Texas Theme: Loud & Clear Bookname: The Scottie Adviser: Rachel Dietz Editors: Abigail Robison, Bridget Russo Representative: Stacy Mehrens

innovative cover and endsheet designs

Middle school books typically have lots of students on few pages. The Scottie maximizes coverage by including as many recognizable faces on spreads as they can without sacrificing student profiles or small group coverage. Group shots are integrated into designs. Captions add to the stories of year by including detail and quotes. With only 109 pages to cover 1,000 students, the staff has produced a book with exceptional coverage.

Noteworthy: headline hierarchy with “student life” sitting on “live”; dominant photo with emphasis on personality; color; caption.


Noteworthy: repetition of blue & gray from cover & endsheets; use of “&� to connect two schools; repetition of graphic; complete information; caption.

Noteworthy: group shots designed on spread; practices & performances; complete coverage of New Orleans trip; quotes in captions.

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Noteworthy: color selection; section spin-offs; use of ampersand as both verbal and visual device; ampersand idioms; pulse/frequency graphic.


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LEANDER HIGH SCHOOL Leander, Texas Theme: Now is Our Time Bookname: The Lair Adviser: Lindsie Alley Editor: Christian Mouton Representative: Stacy Mehrens

well-written copy, alternative formats

The Lair staff declares Now is Our Time. The theme asserts the importance of the moment. As a result, the book captures the seconds that make up students’ days. Action-packed, emotionally-charged photos characterize the coverage. By adding well-written features and captions, the staff tells the complete story of the year, moment by moment. The book has both personal and universal appeal.

Noteworthy: big picture design; bleeds off all sides; selective focus with image inside image; expanded captions with quotes; inset pictures with varied content.


Noteworthy: Halloween coverage; secondary coverage of “mysterious hallway”; full-spread bleed; photo design; inset photos of school/community event.

Noteworthy: dominant photo collection; primary image within collection ties to headline; well-written feature; student profile; secondary coverage of “pink out” game.

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Noteworthy: profile of state-ranked athlete; readable type on transparency; photo package; Q&A secondary coverage module with COB photos.


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LEGACY HIGH SCHOOL Mansfield, Texas Theme: Legacy TRUE Bookname: The Arena Adviser: Leland Mallett & Rachel Dearinger Editors: Anna Roberts, Ashley Owen Representative: Milani Arguelles

dramatic use of type, in-depth coverage

The story of Legacy High School’s first 10 years begins on the dust jacket. The theme Legacy True asserts the school’s authenticity and the students’ loyalty. As the school evolves from the-new-kidon-the-block status to a force-to-be-reckoned-with prominence, the coverage in the book highlights individual and group achievements. Typography, used creatively in design, effectively brands volume 10 of The Arena.

Noteworthy: strong horizontal dominant; thoroughly researched, well-written captions; gray blocks behind all captions; teaser contents for section.


Noteworthy: creative title page design; repeats the gridlike structure introduced on the dust jacket; essential information woven into grid; action-packed pictures.

Noteworthy: dramatic horizontal dominant photo; large number of students pictured; use of color in type; secondary coverage modules—12 selfie-like candids, use of numbers; candids with quotes.

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Noteworthy: folio design; COB photo dominant; impactful primary headline; secondary headline created with numbers; scoreboard-like coverage.


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LITTLE ROCK CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL Little Rock, Arkansas Theme: CENTRALIZED Bookname: The Pix Adviser: Roy Vaughn Editor: Bennett Martin Representative: Pamela Hopkins

coverage focuses on individual experiences Historic Little Rock Central, once the center of attention for desegregation, has become centralized. The school draws its diverse student body toward the center, the high school, to create a presence in the community. Well-written, expanded captions with quotes support the coverage on spreads. The easy-to-follow chronological organization naturally flows from one activity or event to another.

Noteworthy: facts, figures support centralized theme concept; names & numbers mentioned in copy; variations in type used for interest and emphasis.


Noteworthy: showstopper spread; covers ethnic diversity; focus on clothes specific to students’ culture; photos woven with type; informative captions with quotes.

Noteworthy: wide range of activities covered; student quotes add perspective; best/worst secondary coverage module; location-specific photos.

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Noteworthy: coverage of behind-the-scenes activities; pro/con & he said/she said secondary coverage; blended coverage of stage craft and robotics.


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MACLAY SCHOOL Tallahassee, Florida Theme: small school, BIG stories Bookname: Marauder Adviser: Deborah Mayer Editors: Rachel Rumana, Meagan Wilkins Representative: Marvin Mayer

theme highlights school’s unique qualities

The purpose of juxtaposing two directly or indirectly related ideas close together highlights the contrast between the two things and compares them. The theme, small school, BIG stories, describes Maclay’s school community, academic environment and extracurricular involvement perfectly. With 995 students, K-12, Maclay is relatively small, but its presence looms large.

Noteworthy: copy format—left column records numbers & right column highlights achievements; folio adds another person (headshot) and personality (quote) to each spread.


Noteworthy: secondary coverage of first day of school; idents or captions for all pictures; reaction dominant photo; collection captions for photo collection.

Noteworthy: coverage of event affecting all students; blocks of facts serve as historical record; student reactions in transparent blue boxes; folio design.

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Noteworthy: dominant photo; well-placed inset photos; captions on transparent boxes; secondary coverage— individual performances; quote as secondary headline.


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MCCALLUM HIGH SCHOOL Austin, Texas Theme: here @ mac Bookname: The Knight Adviser: David Winter Editors: Alana Raper, Samantha Harwood Representative: Jim Anderson

photos, copy preserve moments of year

Because of the excellent candid photos and informative copy in The Knight, readers feel like they’ve been at McCallum High School. As a result, here@Mac is the perfect theme. Staff members, trained in interviewing, listen and record the stories students have to tell. To expand the stories, well-designed secondary coverage modules add facts, figures and preferences to the coverage.

Noteworthy: Well-written feature story; dominant—premeet pep talk; anecdotal quotes; informative secondary headline; secondary coverage.


Noteworthy: showstopper spread with locations of popular student hangouts; photos supported with quotes from students; use of color.

Noteworthy: complete index including people & content; singles out one person per page for a personality profile; use of linear pull-outs & color.

dominant photo.

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Noteworthy: pre-game & post-game traditions; alternative copy, Q&A; effective secondary headline; strong


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MCHENRY HIGH SCHOOL McHenry, Illinois Theme: let me know Bookname: The Warrior Adviser: Dane Erback Editor: Sawyer Napolitano Representative: Brad Nemsick

angle of spreads from personal perspective

The unusual first-person perspective, driving both copy and design, focuses on individual students and their experiences. By running blackand-white with color photos, it is easy for readers to differentiate between personal viewpoints on a subject versus the activity itself. The pastel colors create a contemporary look and feel. The theme, Let Me Know, encapsulates the book’s personal focus and in-depth coverage.

Noteworthy: COB B&W photo presents angle to copy; detailed copy with storytelling quotes; secondary coverage—poll, photo/quote.


Noteworthy: freshman adjustment coverage; secondary with tweet identifies date & time; B&W photos combined with color for emphasis.

Noteworthy: college fair coverage; copy focuses on individual student & his options; quotes result from indepth interview.

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Noteworthy: color coordination; well-written copy with specific angle; secondary module expands coverage; sideline coverage.


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MCNEIL HIGH SCHOOL Austin, Texas Theme: Behind Every Brick lies a Story Bookname: Maverick Adviser: Theresa Proctor Editors: Saffana Velji, Mariah Ortega Representative: Jim Anderson

chronological coverage with solid copy

The 25th anniversary of McNeil High School is celebrated by the Maverick staff. The theme, Behind Every Brick lies a Story, supports telling the school’s history, as well as the stories of the year. Staff members use their training in interviewing, feature writing and photography to capture all the events and activities of the year in words and pictures.

Noteworthy: coverage of unique Texas tradition; anatomy of a mum; individual takes on the tradition; idents, quotes & captions.


Noteworthy: dominant photo package; action/reaction photos of community service; secondary coverage— timeline; storytelling quotes.

Noteworthy: designed in thirds (ninth increments); clear identifications; words & pictures limited by size of ad.

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Noteworthy: coverage of students’ art; use of theme graphics & colors; emphasis type creates continuity.


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MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL Houston, Texas Theme: STBTB (Sorry to Burst the Bubble) Bookname: Reata Adviser: Holly Hartman Editors: Maddie Jones, Mindy Mattina Representative: Lisa Schwartz

theme concept dispels stereotypes

With iridescent, bubble-like endsheets, the Reata staff introduces a unique theme concept, Sorry to Burst Your the Bubble. The theme copy presents common misconceptions about Memorial’s students and sets the record straight. Throughout the book, informative secondary coverage supports the real Memorial. Because alternative copy is done well and used frequently, the book serves as a model for other staffs.

Noteworthy: large photo design; well-placed copy; photo captures student involvement; copy repeatedly apologizes (“sorry”) for something positive.


Noteworthy: informative secondary coverage; combines boys and girls teams; includes end-of-season banquet, down-time activities; alternative copy.

Noteworthy: easy-to-use reference; appropriate head sizes; scores, district records clearly recorded; full names; folio features individual athlete’s perspective.

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Noteworthy: showstopper spread; use of linear pull-outs; use of artifact as dominant element; expanded captions tell stories of students’ summer travels.


Best of   2017

MINNETONKA HIGH SCHOOL Minnetonka, Minnesota Theme: DISCOVER Bookname: Voyageur Adviser: Bethany Holt Editors: Claire Hubby, Logan Doyle, Sarah Shipman, Piper Thurston Representative: Shannon Hart

color-branded sections, blended coverage Because students investigate to acquire knowledge, the staff invites readers to DISCOVER Minnetonka by observing and exploring. Blended coverage creates a platform to reveal things about Minnetonka specific to 2016-17. On the front endsheet, each section of the Voyageur is branded with a color. Then the sections are assigned a color with a tab on the right-hand side of the spread. The color is used in graphic touches and in type.

Noteworthy: color palette, established on endsheet, applied to copy; details specific to year; photo illustrates “Discover Traditions” concept.


Noteworthy: coverage of individual sports: figure skating, rec basketball, fencing, competitive dance; student profile; whole-book link.

Noteworthy: varsity & JV Alpine ski teams; use of color; multiple photo packages; dominant action photo; specific details in copy.

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Noteworthy: alternative copy; blended coverage— student government, NHS, service clubs; photo modules.


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NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY Raleigh, North Carolina Theme: THE YEAR IN REVIEW Bookname: Agromeck Adviser: Martha Collins Editor: Amanda Pearlswig Representative: Josh Lovell

journalistic approach to storytelling

Using the same theme every year, The Year in Review, the Agromeck staff creates a history of all aspects of the year, supported by facts and figures. Interviews with students add perspectives, opinions and reactions, creating a volume that connects with specific memories. The staff’s journalistic approach to writing, combined with storytelling photos, make the yearbook an invaluable historical record.

Noteworthy: feature on campus community’s protest; national, state, local angles; visual impact; photographer captures a storytelling image


Noteworthy: coverage of candidates’ visits to campus; student reaction to election; complete, accurate timeline of candidates/stand-ins’ visits to North Carolina.

Noteworthy: opening ceremony image from Rio Olympics; coverage both history & reference; feature jumped to following pages to report NC State involvement.

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Noteworthy: campus tradition & fundraiser; explanation of event’s history; participants’ reactions; photos capture both components of event.


Best of   2017

OAK GROVE HIGH SCHOOL Hattiesburg, Mississippi Theme: BELiEVE Bookname: The Warrior Adviser: Joy Davis Editors: Emily Edwards, Halle Morrissette Representative: Karen Loden

magazine design maximizes coverage

Every spread in The Warrior gives the reader multiple reasons to return to the pages to discover more. Multiple modules paired with alternative copy create reader-friendly magazine design. The theme BELiEVE compels the staff to gather individual student’s viewpoints, opinions and interests. By constructing a color palette that is vibrant and flexible, the staff creates visual continuity from cover to cover. For greater interest and variety, the book includes showstopper spreads at regular intervals.

Noteworthy: distinctive divider; action/reaction dominant captures a moment; table of contents for section; well-written expanded captions with quotes.


Noteworthy: fundraiser blended coverage (teams, clubs, classes); well-written feature story; folio design; secondary coverage of classroom teacher’s support.

Noteworthy: use of color; COB photos in secondary package; quotes highlight season from athletes’ perspectives; specifics in copy.

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Noteworthy: use of theme-related graphics & colors; headline design; coverage of what’s different; quotes in folios; well-written caption overlines.


Best of   2017

PETERSON MIDDLE SCHOOL Sunnyvale, California Theme: WHAT NOW? Adviser: Danielle Ash Editors: Anandita Pandey, Hana McNierney, Adrianne Krivokapic-Zhou Representative: Shelly Townsend

personalities, preferences, pastimes covered

The theme What Now? expresses an ever-present anticipation of the next moment. The Peterson Middle School yearbook staff reports the details of the year with blended coverage. Staff members reveal the personalities (spirited, motivated, creative, inquisitive, energetic, involved) of their classmates in words and pictures. Covering 910 students on 112 pages is a challenge, but the staff uses pictures of small groups to include more people.

Noteworthy: opening spread—alternative format; captions for all pictures; partial cutouts of profiled students; use of color; typography.


Noteworthy: photo packages with idents; secondary coverage of state and national elections; blended coverage—science & technology module.

Noteworthy: coverage of preferences—social media, video game systems, sports teams; trends—bottle flipping, Pokémon Go, onesies, compression shorts, etc.

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Noteworthy: coordinated use of color; well-anchored COB photos; daily activities pictured above & below the bar; secondary coverage adds content.


Best of   2017

PONDEROSA HIGH SCHOOL Parker, Colorado Theme: DECISIVE MOMENT Bookname: Eques Adviser: Patty Hayes Editor: Chase Mendy, Lindsay Roach, Sami Rael, Shelby Zimmerman Representative: Rob Rathbun

visual/verbal theme development

What constitutes a decisive moment? The Eques staff does not limit its coverage to “defining moments.” In other words, not every moment has monumental significance, but every moment offers choices. The concept is explained in a well-written introduction. Graphics, run in overlapping percentages of color, illustrate that options are not always clear-cut. The book captures the moments that result from individual decisions.

Noteworthy: B&W with percentages of green & black in graphics; student profile on divider; theme copy specific to school & year; quotes in copy; theme graphics.


Noteworthy: dominant photo of defense; dominant photo collection; secondary coverage; headline design; folio design.

Noteworthy: big photo design; dominant photo collection configuration; pre-match ritual; secondary coverage—action photos with quotes about season; silhouette photo illustration.

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Noteworthy: storytelling dominant photo; beforeduring-after coverage; quotes in copy set larger & in color; secondary coverage on preparation & aftermath.


Best of   2017

ROCK CANYON HIGH SCHOOL Highlands Ranch, Colorado Theme: Say it. Bookname: Black & Gold Adviser: Kristi Rathbun Editor: Julia Bartmann, Delaney Castronovo Representative: Rob Rathbun

inventive use of typography in design

The extreme thick and thin lines of the font Lust Didone add personality and versatility to the design of the book, creating a distinctive voice for the 2017 The Black & Gold. The voice aligns well with the theme Say it which is developed with storytelling quotes throughout the book. With their emphasis on students’ perspectives and insight, the staff develops the theme Say it with coverage specific to the year.

Noteworthy: preseason coverage of sports and activities; use of theme font & related graphics; welldesigned secondary packages; quotes reflect unique opinions & perspectives


Noteworthy: coverage of a signature event; action/ reaction photos; all aspects of story covered in expanded captions; secondary coverage focuses on preparation & Wish Kid.

Noteworthy: alternative coverage, calendar; informative, combining quotes, photos, dates, captions & stories; dominant photo.

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Noteworthy: Lust Didone used large for impact; idents on all photos; wide range of summer activities covered; quote on even-numbered folios; folio design & placement.


Best of   2017

ROCKY HEIGHTS MIDDLE SCHOOL Highlands Ranch, Colorado Theme: LIMITLESS Bookname: The Nighthawk Adviser: Tim Ryckman Editors: Katie Cranston, Izzy Holsman Representative: Rob Rathbun

visual/verbal theme development

The Nighthawk staff examines LIMITLESS: endless possibilities, bound by nothing. By covering students’ journey to attain their personal bests, the staff includes both individual and group achievements in the book. Attention to detail defines this book. From the well-written and fully-researched captions to the panoramic and special-effect photos, the staff and photographers demonstrate the results of good planning. Volume 14 of the Rocky Heights Middle School yearbook will be treasured.

Noteworthy: photo treatment captures essence of limitless; chronological organization; student identification; sense of place in the universe.


Noteworthy: complete information; partial cutout goes outside the “limits� of the photo; type hierarchy; folio repeats graphics from cover.

Noteworthy: photo/headline treatment goes beyond the boundaries of the frame; secondary packages; storytelling captions with quotes.

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Noteworthy: paneled portraits with consistent head sizes, backgrounds; infographic with alternative copy; explanations for percentages; headline treatment.


Best of   2017

ROUSE HIGH SCHOOL Leander, Texas Theme: our days are NUMBERED Bookname: Replay Adviser: Mikyela Tedder Editors: Grace McNamara, Jaci Chavera Representative: Jim Anderson

creative use of numbers in content & design The theme our days are NUMBERED creates a perfect platform for the Replay’s chronological organization. Photo packages with stories and identifications, as well as expanded captions with quotes, tell the complete stories of activities and events. Numbers, central to the theme, add specifics, facts and design elements. Just the right touches of color, used as visual entry points, direct readers around spreads.

Noteworthy: big picture design with inset photos; headline design; use of colors; identifications used as a design element; storytelling quotes.


Noteworthy: typography—variations in weight, contrast between serif & sans serif, type hierarchy; photographer quotes; identifications of all images; big photo design.

Noteworthy: students organized alphabetically 9-11 for easy reference; either/or coverage captures students’ personalities; numbers used in ’70s coverage.

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Noteworthy: exhaustive coverage of concert scene; student quotes offer opinions; photos show audience perspective of stages; secondary coverage of club shirts.


Best of   2017

SOUTHERN METHODIST UNIVERSITY Dallas, Texas Theme: WORTH Bookname: Rotunda Adviser: Jay Miller Editor: Alicia Smiley Representative: Catherine Iden

coverage captures history, memories

With the theme WORTH, the Rotunda staff explores the value of individual choices. The opening copy explains the importance of students’ decisions, especially in college, because their choices shape who they will become. As a result, every decision has a value. The question is: Was it worth it? Photos and stories combine to illustrate the value of attending SMU.

Noteworthy: an establishing shot, shows the reader where the action is taking place; wide angle with leading lines; color & reflection.


Noteworthy: large photo design; facts & figures— tuition & fees, scholarships & grants, undergraduates & graduate students, incoming students’ SAT & ACT scores.

Noteworthy: close-up, dominant photo; color coordination; quote as secondary headline; well-written feature story with meaningful quotes.

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Noteworthy: scoreboard incorporated into design; dominant photo treatment—graphics, color bar, lines (curved & straight, light & heavy).


Best of   2017

ST. THOMAS’ EPISCOPAL SCHOOL Houston, Texas Theme: a starting point Bookname: The Belltower Adviser: David Graves Editors: Eli Melendrez, Marilia Sampaio, Calvin Wong Representative: Lisa Schwartz

well-planned visual theme development The Belltower staff began theme development with a point: an end, a geometric shape, a location. Instead of viewing the 50th graduating class as an endpoint, they developed the idea of starting points and used clipped circles to represent the journey instead of a definitive beginning or end. In the same manner, the perfect rectangle or square has one rounded corner. The shapes, incorporated in all designs, create a consistent message.

Noteworthy: theme-based folio design; effective use of shapes in design; quotes from preschoolers capture interests, activities; quotes & photos at bottom add coverage.


Noteworthy: coverage of Grandparents Day; action/ reaction photos; use of distinctive theme shapes in design; secondary coverage of book fair.

Noteworthy: complete, informative staff page; book specifications on previous page; photos woven together; partial cut-outs of staff; clipped circles for editors.

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Noteworthy: rectangles with rounded corners incorporated into photo collection; folio design; well-written feature story & captions.


Best of   2017

STRATFORD HIGH SCHOOL Houston, Texas Theme: IT IS WHAT IT IS Bookname: Mnemosyne Adviser: Lil Harris Editors: Lauren Pfeifer, Megan Weaver Representative: Lisa Schwartz

in-depth coverage in words and pictures

When the Mnemosyne staff members tag the year with the phrase It is What it Is, they are letting Stratford just exist in its uniqueness. There is no need to categorize or analyze the year. The events of the year unfold in words and pictures with students’ reactions to them recorded in quotes. The yearbook also provides in-depth coverage of subjects. Because the staff always includes behind-thescenes coverage, no support group is left unrecognized.

Noteworthy: showstopper spread; first-person narratives about destinations; horizontal photo packages contrasted with vertical copy areas.


Noteworthy: headline design; type set in percentage of black; secondary overview of spirit week; large number of students pictured.

Noteworthy: alternative copy—storytelling quotes; coverage of stage & make-up; photography; names in boldface.

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Noteworthy: practices & performances covered; “It is Show Time” secondary package—student profiles; coverage of band in stands.


Best of   2017

SUNCOAST HIGH SCHOOL Riviera Beach, Florida Theme: ATYPICAL* Bookname: Renaissance Adviser: Stephanie Russo Editors: Roni Kapitulnik, Serena Rodrigues Representative: Marcia Meskiel-Macy

secondary packages expand coverage

While planning an atypical book for an atypical year, the Renaissance staff saw an opportunity to do some things differently: B&W photos with selective color effects, dramatic dominant photos, extensive secondary coverage and innovative organization. Wellexecuted modular design is interrupted with creative showstopping spreads, using calendar formats and artifacts, to cover athletic signings, current events, personal sports and more.

Noteworthy: showstopper spread; colorful artifacts designed to draw reader into content; headshots with quotes; quotes reveal the stories behind the bottles.


Noteworthy: colorful dominant packed with students; photo packages cover every day of spirit week; complete identifications.

Noteworthy: calendar format allows a wide variety of coverage: personal sports, holidays, weekends, etc.; storytelling captions; 21 students covered.

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Noteworthy: vibrant endsheets contrast to simple B&W cover; photograph of senior section during pep rally; seniors wore neon; honored a teacher; color effect.


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TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY College Station, Texas Theme: TRADITIONALLY Bookname: Aggieland Adviser: Douglas Pils Editor: Anthony Pangonas Representative: Ryan Almon

specific coverage of academic fields

It’s a university steeped in ritual and tradition. As a result, the Aggieland yearbook staff records and preserves the unique nature and distinct experiences of Texas A&M’s campus community. From the sublime Silver Taps memorial ceremony to the ridiculous Layne’s Chicken Challenge triathlon, the book covers activities, events and competitions that touch the lives of the 62,518 students in one way or another.

Noteworthy: full-bleed photo; establishing shot; history of “Maroon Out” T-shirt sale; what groups benefit from T-shirt sale; the game at which shirts were worn & outcome.


Noteworthy: big photo layout; full-spread bleed; wellplaced inset photos; informative secondary headline; feature includes facts, storytelling quotes.

Noteworthy: coverage of Color Run; secondary photos; identifications & captions; well-written copy & headlines.

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Noteworthy: big photo design; full-spread bleed; strong dominant photo; idents for all photos; primary headline—allusion.


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TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL Texarkana, Texas Theme: A Lot Can Happen in 75,600 Minutes Bookname: Tiger Adviser: Rebecca Potter & Clint Smith Editors: Marley Crawford, Hannah Hayes, Linley Murdock, Cathryn Payne Representative: Debbie Vaughn

design, coverage, photos support theme

By breaking down days into moments, the staff covers the year in detail. Introduced on the cover, the angles, colors, textures, typography and graphics visually unify the book. Action/reaction photos further support the concept. By featuring points in time, secondary coverage modules provide multiple reasons to return to the spreads.

Noteworthy: graphics continued from the cover to endsheets; sideline reaction to moment; well-written caption.


Noteworthy: thoughtful coverage of religious preferences; infograph; blended coverage includes club, event (“See You at the Pole”), Muslim student profile.

Noteworthy: use of color; linear pull-outs wrap figures, but don’t contain them; vertical bars used effectively; quotes discuss performances & audience reactions.

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Noteworthy: headline, dominant photo, copy packaged to convey one message; coverage of rivalry includes fans, team, band, flags, police; linear pull-outs; precis secondary headline.


Best of   2017

TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY

Lubbock, Texas

Bookname: La Ventana Adviser: Andrea Watson Editors: Davian Hopkins, Victoria Lainez Representative: David Dixon

in-depth journalistic writing, photography Texas Tech, established in 1923, has a history that La Ventana records in photos. Familiar locations on campus are pictured as they were in 1923, alongside their 2017 counterparts. The emphasis of coverage, however, is the current year. Multi-spread coverage of significant events, competitions and activities alternate with student profiles and well-researched features. Photos are textbook examples of varied composition.

Noteworthy: Twitter reaction to concealed weapons on campus; photo illustration with black and white photo of historic 1924 administration building.


Noteworthy: introductory spread for multi-spread coverage; photo effect—blocked transparencies on photo; headline design.

Noteworthy: story jumped from previous spread; use of play diagrams as graphic elements; scoreboard design; highlighting; well-written feature.

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Noteworthy: photo composition—selective focus, framing; well-written headline & feature story; wellresearched copy; storytelling quotes.


Best of   2017

THE ANN RICHARDS SCHOOL Austin, Texas Theme: TENACIOUS Bookname: The Constellation Adviser: Sarah Walker Editor: Madeline Schell Representative: Stacy Mehrens

creative development of anniversary theme Since it opened in 2008, the Ann Richards School for Young Women Leaders had something to prove: the school produces leaders. From the front endsheet to the back, the Constellation staff tenaciously highlights the involvement and the achievements of both individuals and groups. The book also captures the fun. Showstopper spreads highlight 10 moments, 10 seconds and the final 10 moments.

Noteworthy: showstopper spread; calendar-like design; specific dates & events; storytelling quotes inform & reflect on activity.


Noteworthy: integrating type into photo; chronological coverage—specific dates highlighted; well-written feature; blended coverage; fire drill statistic.

Noteworthy: back endsheet records 10 firsts; information about individual accomplishments; interactive, fill-in-the-blank quiz about alumnae.

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Noteworthy: front endsheet features 10-year milestones—the beginning, curriculum changes, honors, accomplishments, etc.; typography; use of color, gray; graphic design.


Best of   2017

THE HOCKADAY SCHOOL Dallas, Texas Theme: BUILD Bookname: Cornerstones Adviser: Ana Rosenthal Editors: Cameron Blotcky, Carolina Campbell Representative: Mickey Mehrens

dramatic designs with theme colors, graphics

Colors, circles, triangles and squares represent building blocks, creating Cornerstones on which Hockaday students may build their lives. The shapes and colors also serve as graphic motifs to create continuity through the book. Innovative designs with well-planned white space, dramatic use of shapes and creative photographic treatments Build a yearbook that effectively covers the diversity, respect and collaboration that define Hockaday’s community and educational environment.

Noteworthy: circles, triangles and squares used as theme graphics; transparencies on photos & as background; “Power of Many” follows “Power of One.”


Noteworthy: shapes anchor photo collection; typography; use of color; strong horizontal design; specific copy with quotes; well-written captions.

Noteworthy: lines in photo illustration lead to violinist and create a frame; black background for isolation and emphasis; well-researched copy.

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Noteworthy: screen composed of circles, squares and triangles adds texture; section color introduced; photo technique—message on shirt.


Best of   2017

THRALL HIGH SCHOOL Thrall, Texas Theme: LIFE AS WE KNOW IT Bookname: The Tiger Adviser: Christina Strnad Editors: Karlie Knapek, Brittany Knox, Amber Sells, Dessiny Turk Representative: Jim Anderson

large numbers of students pictured, quoted

Every student has a lens through which they see the world. As a result, the theme Life as We Know it, shows how Thrall students see things, both collectively and individually. Well-planned coverage assures a large number of students are pictured on every spread. By telling individual stories, the staff records students’ perspectives. The Tiger staff has effectively recounted the memories of the year.

Noteworthy: dynamic, showstopping design; graduated color background; COB dominant; anecdotal quotes; color bar with copy.


Noteworthy: coverage of local impact of tornado; compelling design; photos of damage; facts & figures; student perspective in feature.

Noteworthy: color coordination; use of type; partial cut-outs with color blocks; section spin-off; storytelling quotes; use of white space.

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Noteworthy: well-planned secondary coverage feature; use of color; headline design; grades 1-12 coverage; photo collection with numbered grouped captions.


Best of   2017

UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI Coral Gables, Florida Bookname: Ibis Adviser: Randy Stano Editors: Kaitlin Castillo, Sabrina Cheikhali Representative: Marcia Meskiel-Macy

dynamic contemporary design

An American white ibis, the mascot of the University of Miami, was selected as its mascot because of its legendary bravery during hurricanes. Because it is a prominent, colorful presence on campus, it’s natural to use its colors to brand the book. The page designs feature large images, COB photos, dynamic typography and vibrant colors. Content directs the design on every spread.

Noteworthy: selective focus; mascot points to table of contents; section designations with teasers; colors introduced on the endsheet used throughout.


Noteworthy: big photo design; readable copy on photo; folio design; informative secondary headline; coverage of satellite campus.

Noteworthy: photo/headline design; well-written allusion headline; specific facts & figures; use of color blocks behind captions; overall design.

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Noteworthy: horizontal orientation; coverage of remodeling, renovating & rebuilding including cost of each project; use of bold, theme-branded colors.


Best of   2017

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Los Angeles, California Theme: inspire Bookname: El Rodeo Adviser: Mona Cravens Editor: Arpita Khare Representative: Jim Anderson

coverage of individual, group experience Covering 45,500 undergraduates and graduate students presents the El Rodeo staff with the challenge of fair and balanced coverage of both the individual experience and the group experience. Wellresearched features and technically perfect photos combine to create a comprehensive history of the year. Photos of the university’s buildings and grounds establish a context for the content.

Noteworthy: big photo design; inset COB photo; copy covers all aspects of theater production from set design to direction.


Noteworthy: big photo design; photos + headline design; informative secondary headline; theme graphic on dominant; well-written feature story.

Noteworthy: single-page design; use of theme graphics for continuity; color; COB photo breaking circle; double transparent lines.

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Noteworthy: theme graphic subtly repeated on photo; big photo design; contrast in shapes; coverage of successful popular music program.


Best of   2017

VANDEGRIFT HIGH SCHOOL Austin, Texas Theme: reLENTLESS Bookname: Veteran Adviser: Lela Coker Editors: Claire Costilow, Kelli Steward Representative: Stacy Mehrens

graphics, colors create unity

Colorful notched tabs, like the ones used to mark textbooks and notes, are introduced on the front endsheets with the table of contents. The staff develops the theme we are RELENTLESS through uncompromising use of the colorful tabs for graphic design: folios, secondary coverage, headlines, unifying devices and more. Alternative copy makes the Veteran a reader-friendly book.

Noteworthy: alternative copy—Q&A athlete profiles; dominant photo package with grouped captions; secondary coverage of manager with stats.


Noteworthy: easily identifiable students; correct idents (front row, 2nd row, back row); coverage of club T-shirts; what clubs are “about.�

Noteworthy: well-planned variations of an established design; ads prominently identified; one photo set off with outline; photo collections.

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Noteworthy: use of theme graphic in folio & secondary coverage design; coverage of running & field athletes; use of color gradients.


Best of   2017

VISTA RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL Cedar Park, Texas Theme: WHAT’S NEXT? Bookname: The Lonestar Adviser: Jamie Ray Editors: Jaime Kim, Allison McCain Representative: Morgan Tuggle

well-planned chronological coverage

As evidenced by insightful quotes, the Lonestar staff effectively interviews students to tell the stories within the stories. With multiple packages covering all aspects of activities, events and competitions, coverage has both depth and breadth. Aurasma videos add an additional layer of reporting. A distinctive CMYK color palette and innovative photo techniques set the tone for What’s Next?

Noteworthy: details in copy; type in color provides contrast, emphasis and hierarchy; color in photos & type establishes theme tone & look.


Noteworthy: quote as headline; Aurasma video; facts & figures secondary coverage; number of students pictured; alternative copy.

Noteworthy: interactive copy—quiz; school/year specific questions; artifacts, COB photos & pictures woven into design; well-written “Ranger Results.”

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Noteworthy: quote used to introduce theme; typography; CMYK introduced as color palette; Aurasma video introduced; specific table of contents.


Best of   2017

WESTWOOD HIGH SCHOOL Austin, Texas Theme: COMPLEX Bookname: The Heritage Adviser: Lanie Catuogno Editor: Jenna Zhang Representative: Jim Anderson

chronological book with blended coverage

It’s complex. When The Heritage staff members adopted complex as their theme, they knew how complicated the organization of content would be. Their month-by-month divisions and blended coverage allow the staff to cover things as they unfold, so everyone has to focus on what’s going on. The design effectively handles multiple subjects on spreads and directs the reader from one feature to another.

Noteworthy: dominant horizontal design package crosses gutter; effective color application; coverage of significant differences at school.


Noteworthy: comprehensive index includes people, clubs, teams; sidebar spells out editorial policy—content, portraits, ads, etc.

Noteworthy: month-by-month organization; theme graphic repeated; highlights of section included; student profile emphasizes complexity of balancing school with outside activities.

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Noteworthy: dominant photo package; use of theme colors as a unifying device; well-written features & captions; use of dates.


Best of   2017

WIMBERLEY HIGH SCHOOL Wimberley, Texas Theme: [IN] FOCUS Bookname: Cypress Adviser: Matt Tedrow Editors: Delaney Kearns, Emily Claussen Representative: Morgan Tuggle

fair and balanced coverage

Getting everything In Focus allows the Cypress staff to know what to focus on. The coverage in the yearbook records significant moments of the year in words and pictures. Because staff members value students’ attitudes, reactions and opinions, they include insightful quotes on every spread. Well-designed headlines, alternative copy and secondary coverage modules expand and direct coverage.

Noteworthy: showstopper design; establishing shot— overview of community; B&W figures on color photo; student perspective on community.


Noteworthy: blended coverage—three clubs; appealing dominant photo; alternative copy—storytelling captions; Q&A secondary coverage; headline design.

Noteworthy: variety of photo content—action/reaction; secondary coverage module—player quotes; alternative copy—player profiles.

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Noteworthy: headline design—contrast, tripod, color; alternative copy includes storytelling quotes; 36 students pictured; 10 students quoted; secondary coverage module.


Exceptionally arresting or attractive, a SHOWSTOPPER– ■ Features content that dictates design ■ Departs from established book design ■ Focuses on innovative coverage


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Showstoppers

LIBERTY HIGH SCHOOL

Brentwood, California

Theme:

Break the Mold

Bookname: Lion’s Pride

Adviser:

Lloyd Cornwell

Editor:

Morgan Meyer

Representative:

Shelly Townsend

LIBERTY HIGH SCHOOL

Brentwood, California

Theme:

Break the Mold

Bookname: Lion’s Pride

Adviser:

Lloyd Cornwell

Editor:

Morgan Meyer

Representative:

Shelly Townsend


CYPRESS FAIRBANKS HIGH SCHOOL

Cypress, Texas

Theme:

WITH[IN]

Bookname: The Bobcat

Adviser:

Craig Malinsky

Editors:

Sabrina Sommer, Hunter Woods, Brianna Baiza

Representative: Lisa Schwartz

CYPRESS FAIRBANKS HIGH SCHOOL

Cypress, Texas

Theme:

WITH[IN]

Bookname: The Bobcat

Adviser:

Craig Malinsky

Editors:

Sabrina Sommer, Hunter Woods, Brianna Baiza

Representative:

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Lisa Schwartz


Showstoppers

THE KINKAID SCHOOL

Houston, Texas

Theme:

Better Together

Bookname:

Kinkadian

Adviser:

LiAnn Yim

Editors:

Mary Helen Burt, Charlie Marix, Rebecca Noel, Marie Parra

Representative:

Lisa Schwartz

FORT WALTON BEACH HIGH SCHOOL

Fort Walton Beach, Florida

Theme:

M!ndset

Bookname:

Valhalla

Adviser:

Susan Teare

Editors:

Zadie Engelberger, Lilah Robison, Stephen Spivey

Representative:

Marvin J. Mayer


CARTHAGE HIGH SCHOOL

Carthage, Texas

Theme:

We are Carthage

Bookname: Pine Burr

Adviser:

Jayme Quick

Editor:

Annie Mahaffey

Representative: Debbie Vaughn

DUBLIN COFFMAN HIGH

Dublin, Ohio

Theme:

Strength in Numbers

Bookname: Shamrock

Adviser:

Janie Saunders

Editors:

Shannon Aumiller, Sara Bailey, Maddie Krueger, Bailey Numbers, Jenna Popovich, Kristine Tran, Abby Vollmer

Representative:

133

Lindsey Swank


Showstoppers

ALIEF HASTINGS HIGH SCHOOL

Houston, Texas

Theme:

It Works for Us

Bookname:

Bear Tracks

Adviser:

Andrea Negri

Editors:

Monica Herrera, Gaby Ytuarte

Representative:

Lisa Schwartz

ALIEF HASTINGS HIGH SCHOOL

Houston, Texas

Theme:

It Works for Us

Bookname:

Bear Tracks

Adviser:

Andrea Negri

Editors:

Monica Herrera, Gaby Ytuarte

Representative:

Lisa Schwartz


THE WOODLANDS HIGH SCHOOL

The Woodlands, Texas

Theme:

Bigger. Bolder. Better.

Bookname: Claymore

Adviser:

Mary Ann Widman

Editors:

Mireya Rahman & Nila Selvaraj

Representative: Hal Schmidt

PRESQUE ISLE HIGH SCHOOL

Presque Isle, Maine

Theme:

al(MOST)

Bookname: Ship

Adviser:

Marcie Young

Editor:

Elise Guerrette

Representative:

135

Nick Herberg


Showstoppers

VENICE HIGH SCHOOL

Venice, Florida

Theme:

These Moments

Bookname: The Warrior

Adviser:

Faith Nellis

Editors:

Heather Braswell, Kristina Dorsett

Representative:

John Pantelis

EASTERN HIGH SCHOOL

Louisville, Kentucky

Theme:

Create

Bookname:

Eastern Talon

Adviser:

Tracy Wells

Editors:

Katie Mallory, Maya Pierce

Representative:

Elizabeth Knapp


RONALD REAGAN HIGH SCHOOL

San Antonio, Texas

Theme:

the greenprint

Bookname: Regalia

Adviser:

Garrett Herbst

Editor:

Christina Amass

Representative: Kathi Hopkins

WESTCHESTER ACADEMY FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDIES

Houston, Texas

Bookname: Miacis

Adviser:

Shaun Wegscheid

Editor:

Savannah Villarreal

Representative:

137

Kathleen West


Showstoppers

AUSTIN HIGH SCHOOL

Austin, Texas

Theme:

Come as YOU are

Bookname:

Comet

Adviser:

Jena Weber

Editor:

Mary Blanchard

Representative:

Mickey Mehrens

SEDONA RED ROCK HIGH SCHOOL

Sedona, Arizona

Theme:

Capture the Quintessence

Bookname:

Quintessence

Adviser:

Maureen Barton

Editors:

Augustin Lopez, Hannah Ringel, Briane Burke, Emma Schrader

Representative:

Susan Fearnside


CALVARY BAPTIST SCHOOL

Lansdale, Pennsylvania

Theme:

Ignite the Fire

Bookname: The Warrior

Advisers:

Linda Wolstenholme & Krista Myers

Editors:

Ashley Coon, Noah Davis

Representative: Carolyn Oldham

GLENDA DAWSON HIGH SCHOOL

Pearland, Texas

Theme:

Into the Light

Bookname: Aerie

Adviser:

Leslie Sanderson

Editor:

Poonum Mehta

Representative:

139

Ryan Almon


Showstoppers

PRESCOTT HIGH SCHOOL

Prescott, Arizona

Theme:

Up

Bookname:

Hassayamper

Adviser:

Pam Willard

Editor:

Paxton Henry

Representative:

Susan Fearnside

TOMBALL MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL

Tomball, Texas

Theme:

beneath the surface

Bookname:

The Memorial

Adviser:

Jill Chumley

Editors:

Hanna Homer, Margaret Leming

Representative:

Mary Beth McIver


CORAL GLADES HIGH SCHOOL

Coral Spring, Florida

Theme:

Highlight

Bookname: Imprint

Adviser:

Kristen Edwards

Editors:

Francesca D’Agostino, Gabriella Campos

Representative: Carolyn Carter

CORAL GLADES HIGH SCHOOL

Coral Spring, Florida

Theme:

Highlight

Bookname: Imprint

Adviser:

Kristen Edwards

Editors:

Francesca D’Agostino, Gabriella Campos

Representative:

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Carolyn Carter


Showstoppers

ARCADIA HIGH SCHOOL

Arcadia, California

Theme:

don’t blink

Bookname: Arcadian

Adviser:

Logan Maertens

Editors:

Peggy Luk, Ryan Wong

Representative:

Frank Ortiz

GEORGETOWN HIGH SCHOOL

Georgetown, Texas

Theme:

This is Home

Bookname:

Aerie

Adviser:

Barbara Boatright

Editor:

Anabel Torres

Representative:

Jim Anderson


SHAWNEE HEIGHTS HIGH SCHOOL

Tecumseh, Kansas

Theme:

Adventure Awaits

Bookname: Thunderbird

Adviser:

Jeni Daley

Editors:

Claire Loy, Alex Wilson, Bailey Lincoln, Madison Wulfkuhle, Sydney Shortman, Peyton Gaggero

Representative: Whitney Baker

SHAWNEE HEIGHTS HIGH SCHOOL

Tecumseh, Kansas

Theme:

Adventure Awaits

Bookname: Thunderbird

Adviser:

Jeni Daley

Editors:

Claire Loy, Alex Wilson, Bailey Lincoln, Madison Wulfkuhle, Sydney Shortman, Peyton Gaggero

Representative:

143

Whitney Baker


Showstoppers

VALOR CHRISTIAN HIGH SCHOOL

Highlands Ranch, Colorado

Theme:

Voume 10

Adviser:

Hayes Trotter

Editors:

Sarah Asinof, Kori Banbury, Grace Tolson

Representative:

Rob Rathbun

VALOR CHRISTIAN HIGH SCHOOL

Highlands Ranch, Colorado

Theme:

Voume 10

Adviser:

Hayes Trotter

Editors:

Sarah Asinof, Kori Banbury, Grace Tolson

Representative:

Rob Rathbun


THE AMERICAN SCHOOL IN LONDON

London, England

Theme: Elevate

Bookname: Soujourner

Adviser:

Rhiannon West

Editor:

Rebecka Henrikson

Representative:

Karen Burbach-Barker

THE AMERICAN SCHOOL IN LONDON

London, England

Theme: Elevate

Bookname: Soujourner

Adviser:

Rhiannon West

Editor:

Rebecka Henrikson

Representative:

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Karen Burbach-Barker


EXCEPTIONAL SPREADS combine the elements of page design (photos, type and white space) with — ■ Effective use of space ■ Emphasis on important elements of story ■ Flow from dominant to secondary elements


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Spreads

BRENHAM HIGH SCHOOL

Brenham, Texas

Adviser:

Laurie Kirts

Representative:

David Miller

BRENHAM HIGH SCHOOL

Brenham, Texas

Adviser:

Laurie Kirts

Representative:

David Miller


ST. JOHNS COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL

Orange Park, Florida

Adviser:

Kristin Jackson

Representative: Kristen Kirkendall

ST. JOHNS COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL

Orange Park, Florida

Adviser:

Kristin Jackson

Representative:

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Kristen Kirkendall


Spreads

CYPRESS FAIRBANKS HIGH SCHOOL

Cypress, Texas

Adviser:

Craig Malinsky

Representative:

Lisa Schwartz

THE KINKAID SCHOOL

Houston, Texas

Adviser:

LiAnn Yim

Representative:

Lisa Schwartz


CARTHAGE HIGH SCHOOL

Carthage, Texas

Adviser:

Jayme Quick

Representative: Debbie Vaughn

ALAMO HEIGHTS HIGH SCHOOL

San Antonio, Texas

Adviser:

Kristin Cade

Representative:

151

Kathi Hopkins


Spreads

CURRITUCK COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL

Barco, North Carolina

Adviser:

Brenda Jones

Representative:

Josh Lovell

WASHINGTON SCHOOL

Greenville, Mississippi

Adviser:

Laura Smith

Representative:

Karen Loden


WEATHERFORD HIGH SCHOOL

Weatherford, Texas

Adviser:

Shana Gilley

Representative: Milani Arguelles

WEATHERFORD HIGH SCHOOL

Weatherford, Texas

Adviser:

Shana Gilley

Representative:

153

Milani Arguelles


Spreads

JEFFERSON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL

Dandridge, Tennessee

Adviser:

Nola Henderson

Representative:

Ben Smith

JEFFERSON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL

Dandridge, Tennessee

Adviser:

Nola Henderson

Representative:

Ben Smith


MCKINNEY BOYD HIGH SCHOOL

Mckinney, Texas

Adviser:

Daisy Silos

Representative: Catherine Iden

MINERAL WELLS HIGH SCHOOL

Mineral Wells, Texas

Adviser:

Angie Cryer

Representative:

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Cheryl Chrisman


Spreads

CLEAR BROOK HIGH SCHOOL

Friendswood, Texas

Adviser:

Kat Dotter

Representative:

Ryan Almon

TEXAS CITY HIGH SCHOOL

Texas City, Texas

Adviser:

Jennifer Kunard

Representative:

David Miller


STRAKE JESUIT COLLEGE PREPARATORY ACADEMY

Houston, Texas

Adviser:

Marilyn Othon

Representative: Lisa Schwartz

THOMPSON HIGH SCHOOL

Alabaster, Alabama

Advisers:

Jennifer Nichols &Gidget Gray

Representatives:

157

Richard Bishop & Chris Nail


Spreads

LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Advisers:

Taylor Gonsoulin & Marlie Lynch

Representative:

Lisa Leopard

LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Advisers:

Taylor Gonsoulin & Marlie Lynch

Representative:

Lisa Leopard


ALIEF HASTINGS HIGH SCHOOL

Houston, Texas

Adviser:

Andrea Negri

Representative: Lisa Schwartz

THE WOODLANDS HIGH SCHOOL

The Woodlands, Texas

Adviser:

Mary Ann Widman

Representative:

159

Hal Schmidt


Spreads

THE JOHN COOPER SCHOOL

The Woodlands, Texas

Adviser:

Lynn Boeding

Representative:

Mary Beth McIver

THE JOHN COOPER SCHOOL

The Woodlands, Texas

Adviser:

Lynn Boeding

Representative:

Mary Beth McIver


KLEIN FOREST HIGH SCHOOL

Houston, Texas

Adviser:

Sue Blackmon

Representative: Mary Beth McIver

KLEIN FOREST HIGH SCHOOL

Houston, Texas

Adviser:

Sue Blackmon

Representative:

161

Mary Beth McIver


Spreads

ALL SAINTS EPISCOPAL SCHOOL

Fort Worth, Texas

Adviser:

Kathi Tiffany

Representative:

Milani Arguelles

ALL SAINTS EPISCOPAL SCHOOL

Fort Worth, Texas

Adviser:

Kathi Tiffany

Representative:

Milani Arguelles


EPISCOPAL SCHOOL OF JACKSONVILLE

Jacksonville, Florida

Adviser:

Leah Glotzbach

Representative: Kristen Kirkendall

ALPHA OMEGA ACADEMY

Pearland, Texas

Adviser:

Melanie Brega

Representative:

163

David Miller


Spreads

ACADEMY OF THE HOLY NAMES

Tampa, Florida

Adviser:

Sr. Lisa Perkowski

Representative:

John Pantelis

ACADEMY OF THE HOLY NAMES

Tampa, Florida

Adviser:

Sr. Lisa Perkowski

Representative:

John Pantelis


PRINCE OF PEACE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

Carrollton, Texas

Adviser:

Joanna Lawson

Representative: Catherine Iden

PRINCE OF PEACE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

Carrollton, Texas

Adviser:

Joanna Lawson

Representative:

165

Catherine Iden


Spreads

BROOKWOOD HIGH SCHOOL

Snellville, Georgia

Adviser:

Holly Chatham

Representative:

Tara Hays

BROOKWOOD HIGH SCHOOL

Snellville, Georgia

Adviser:

Holly Chatham

Representative:

Tara Hays


RIDGEVIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL

Round Rock, Texas

Adviser:

Vicki Felkel

Representative: Stacy Mehrens

RIDGEVIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL

Round Rock, Texas

Adviser:

Vicki Felkel

Representative:

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Stacy Mehrens


Spreads

TEMPLE HIGH SCHOOL

Temple, Texas

Adviser:

Matt Corley

Representative:

Stacy Mehrens

OLYMPIA HIGH SCHOOL

Orlando, Florida

Adviser:

Michael Cacciatore

Representative:

John Pantelis


AUSTIN HIGH SCHOOL

Austin, Texas

Adviser:

Jena Weber

Representative: Mickey Mehrens

AUSTIN HIGH SCHOOL

Austin, Texas

Adviser:

Jena Weber

Representative:

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Mickey Mehrens


Spreads

CALVARY BAPTIST SCHOOL

Lansdale, Pennsylvania

Advisers:

Linda Wolstenholme & Krista Myers

Representative:

Carolyn Oldham

SEQUATCHIE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL

Dunlap, Tennessee

Adviser:

Amy Layne

Representative:

Katie Welch


CHRIST COVENANT HIGH SCHOOL

Winterville, North Carolina

Adviser:

Lisa Stroud

Representative: Josh Lovell

HARVARDWESTLAKE UPPER SCHOOL

Studio City, California

Adviser: Max Tash

Representative:

171

Corey Mundwiler


Spreads

SEVEN LAKES HIGH SCHOOL

Katy, Texas

Adviser:

Katie Moreno

Representative:

Lisa Schwartz

SEVEN LAKES HIGH SCHOOL

Katy, Texas

Adviser:

Katie Moreno

Representative:

Lisa Schwartz


KINGWOOD HIGH SCHOOL

Kingwood, Texas

Adviser:

Michelle Palmer

Representative: Hal Schmidt

KINGWOOD HIGH SCHOOL

Kingwood, Texas

Adviser:

Michelle Palmer

Representative:

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Hal Schmidt


Spreads

DESERT HOT SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL

Desert Hot Springs, California

Adviser:

Jamie O’Neil

Representative:

Frank Ortiz

CHAPA MIDDLE SCHOOL

Kyle, Texas

Adviser:

Owen Taylor

Representative:

Morgan Tuggle


GENEVA SCHOOL OF BOERNE

Boerne, Texas

Adviser:

Libby Lunsford

Representative: Kathi Hopkins

GLENDA DAWSON HIGH SCHOOL

Pearland, Texas

Adviser:

Leslie Sanderson

Representative:

175

Ryan Almon


Spreads

HENDRICKSON HIGH SCHOOL

Pflugerville, Texas

Adviser:

Kari Reimer

Representative:

Jim Anderson

HENDRICKSON HIGH SCHOOL

Pflugerville, Texas

Adviser:

Kari Reimer

Representative:

Jim Anderson


TOM C. CLARK HIGH SCHOOL

San Antonio, Texas

Adviser:

Michelle Elizondo

Representative: Kathi Hopkins

SHAWNEE MISSION SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL

Overland Park, Kansas

Adviser:

Julie Fales

Representative:

177

Whitney Baker


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FORT ZUMWALT WEST HIGH SCHOOL

O’Fallon, Missouri

Adviser:

Loran Marquez

Representative:

Liz Bardin

MISSOURI MILITARY ACADEMY

Mexico, Missouri

Adviser:

Erin Chambers

Representative:

Liz Bardin


BRAVO MEDICAL MAGNET HIGH SCHOOL

Los Angeles, California

Adviser:

Harlaee Santana

Representative: Karina Lopez

CYPRESS LAKES HIGH SCHOOL

Katy, Texas

Adviser:

Sara Gonzales

Representative:

179

David Miller


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LIBERTY HIGH SCHOOL

Frisco, Texas

Adviser:

Carole Babineaux

Representative:

Catherine Iden

LIBERTY HIGH SCHOOL

Frisco, Texas

Adviser:

Carole Babineaux

Representative:

Catherine Iden


GRANT HIGH SCHOOL

Portland, Oregon

Adviser:

Anne Berten

Representative: Karen Roberts

HARTFIELD ACADEMY

Flowood, Mississippi

Adviser: Tara Hall

Representative:

181

Karen Loden


Spreads

HELENA HIGH SCHOOL

Helena, Alabama

Adviser:

Katie Burnside

Representatives:

Richard Bishop & Chris Nail

WEST FARGO HIGH SCHOOL

West Fargo, North Dakota

Adviser:

Jeremy Murphy

Representative:

Kerry Nelson


VALOR CHRISTIAN HIGH SCHOOL

Highlands Ranch, Colorado

Adviser:

Hayes Trotter

Representative: Rob Rathbun

VALOR CHRISTIAN HIGH SCHOOL

Highlands Ranch, Colorado

Adviser:

Hayes Trotter

Representative:

183

Rob Rathbun


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WEST JOHNSTON HIGH SCHOOL

Benson, North Carolina

Adviser:

Jeanette Neyman

Representative:

Josh Lovell

FORT ZUMWALT SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL

O’Fallon, Missouri

Adviser:

Jamie Demeter

Representative:

Liz Bardin


FORT ZUMWWALT EAST HIGH SCHOOL

Saint Peters, Missouri

Adviser:

Brooke Iadevito

Representative: Liz Bardin

FORT ZUMWWALT EAST HIGH SCHOOL

Saint Peters, Missouri

Adviser:

Brooke Iadevito

Representative:

185

Liz Bardin


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PORTOLA HIGH SCHOOL

Irvine, California

Adviser:

Crystal Luu

Representative:

Amber Elder

PORTOLA HIGH SCHOOL

Irvine, California

Adviser:

Crystal Luu

Representative:

Amber Elder


ABILENE HIGH SCHOOL

Abilene, Texas

Adviser:

Amber Via

Representative: Jerry Clark

BRIDGEPORT HIGH SCHOOL

Bridgeport, West Virginia

Adviser:

Alice Rowe

Representative:

187

Doug Richardson


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SOUTH BRUNSWICK HIGH SCHOOL

Monmouth Junction, New Jersey

Adviser:

Anna Love-Lehre

Representative:

Sharon Bodnarchuk

SOUTHWESTERN HIGH SCHOOL

Hanover, Pennsylvania

Adviser:

Tammy Fritz

Representative:

John Pantelis


GODWIN HIGH SCHOOL

Richmond, Virginia

Adviser:

Christy Maddox

Representatives:

Scott & Tami Stalcup

ANNVILLE CLEONA HIGH SCHOOL

Annville, Pennsylvania

Adviser:

Ryan Clements

Representative:

189

Ed Patrick


Using a variety of techniques with an eye on composition, great PHOTOS– ■ Focus on excellent contrast and lighting ■ Appropriately credit the student photographer ■ Tell a story ■ Capture action and reaction


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Photos

PORT NECHES - GROVES HIGH SCHOOL

Port Neches, Texas

Photographer:

Angelina Tran

Adviser:

Janis Ryan

Representative:

Lee Briggs

PORT NECHES - GROVES HIGH SCHOOL

Port Neches, Texas

Photographer:

Alex Whitney

Adviser:

Janis Ryan

Representative:

Lee Briggs


PORT NECHES - GROVES HIGH SCHOOL

Port Neches, Texas

Photographer: Chloe Scott

Adviser:

Janis Ryan

Representative: Lee Briggs

KINGWOOD HIGH SCHOOL

Kingwood, Texas

Photographer: Cate Mandelski

Adviser:

Michelle Palmer

Representative:

193

Hal Schmidt


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LEGACY HIGH SCHOOL

Mansfield, Texas

Photographer:

Mia Trahan

Adviser:

Leland Mallett

Representative:

Milani Arguelles

LEGACY HIGH SCHOOL

Mansfield, Texas

Photographer:

Megan Bell

Adviser:

Leland Mallett

Representative:

Milani Arguelles


DRIPPING SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL

Dripping Springs, Texas

Photographer: Tori Listoe

Adviser:

Jessica Stamp

Representative: Morgan Tuggle

A&M CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL

College Station, Texas

Photographer: Tiffany Barrett

Adviser:

Freda Carraway

Representative:

195

Tisha Nowak


Photos

BRIDGEPORT HIGH SCHOOL

Bridgeport, West Virginia

Photographer:

Ben Queen

Adviser:

Alice Rowe

Representative:

Doug Richardson

BRIDGEPORT HIGH SCHOOL

Bridgeport, West Virginia

Photographer:

Theo Frick

Adviser:

Alice Rowe

Representative:

Doug Richardson


BILOXI HIGH SCHOOL

Biloxi, Mississippi

Photographer: Lilyth Hansen

Advisers:

Kim Kennedy & Amanda Lemaster

Representative: Karen Loden

BILOXI HIGH SCHOOL

Biloxi, Mississippi

Photographer: Rose Fitzhugh

Advisers:

Kim Kennedy & Amanda Lemaster

Representative:

197

Karen Loden


Photos

CYPRESS FAIRBANKS HIGH SCHOOL

Cypress, Texas

Photographer:

Sabrina Sommer

Adviser:

Craig Malinsky

Representative:

Lisa Schwartz

CYPRESS FAIRBANKS HIGH SCHOOL

Cypress, Texas

Photographer:

Brianna Baiza

Adviser:

Craig Malinsky

Representative:

Lisa Schwartz


LINDALE HIGH SCHOOL

Lindale, Texas

Photographer: Laurie Griffith

Adviser:

Neda Morrow

Representative: Debbie Vaughn

LINDALE HIGH SCHOOL

Lindale, Texas

Photographer: Emily Macon

Adviser:

Neda Morrow

Representative:

199

Debbie Vaughn


Photos

KLEIN HIGH SCHOOL

Klein, Texas

Photographer:

Riley Brown

Adviser:

Melissa Oberholtzer

Representative:

Mary Beth McIver

KLEIN HIGH SCHOOL

Klein, Texas

Photographer:

Laura Parsley

Adviser:

Melissa Oberholtzer

Representative:

Mary Beth McIver


BISHOP KENNY HIGH SCHOOL

Jacksonville, Florida

Photographer: Brooke English

Adviser:

Alison Benton

Representative: Kristen Kirkendall

McHENRY HIGH SCHOOL

McHenry, Illinois

Photographer:

Hunter Goessele

Adviser:

Dane Erbach

Representative:

201

Brad Nemsick


Photos

CIBOLA HIGH SCHOOL

Yuma, Arizona

Photographer:

Luis Moreno

Adviser:

Jennifer Pennington

Representative:

David Honnold

CIBOLA HIGH SCHOOL

Yuma, Arizona

Photographer:

Alejandro Molina

Adviser:

Jennifer Pennington

Representative:

David Honnold


WIMBERLEY HIGH SCHOOL

Wimberley, Texas

Photographer: Emily Claussen

Adviser:

Matt Tedrow

Representative: Morgan Tuggle

WIMBERLEY HIGH SCHOOL

Wimberley, Texas

Photographer: Delaney Kearns

Adviser:

Matt Tedrow

Representative:

203

Morgan Tuggle


Photos

TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY

Lubbock, Texas

Photographer:

Ryan Ortegon

Adviser:

Andrea Watson

Representative:

David Dixon

TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY

Lubbock, Texas

Photographer:

Duncan Stanley

Adviser:

Andrea Watson

Representative:

David Dixon


TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY

Lubbock, Texas

Photographer: Elise Bressler

Adviser:

Andrea Watson

Representative: David Dixon

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS

Champaign, Illinois

Photographer:

Amanda Wijangco

Adviser:

Kit Donahue

Representative:

205

Sarah Smith


Photos

ANGLETON HIGH SCHOOL

Angleton, Texas

Photographer:

Annabelle Sebesta

Adviser:

Missy Adams

Representative:

Ryan Almon

ANGLETON HIGH SCHOOL

Angleton, Texas

Photographer:

Avery Farr

Adviser:

Missy Adams

Representative:

Ryan Almon


EAST BERNARD HIGH SCHOOL

East Bernard, Texas

Photographer: Sara Kubena

Adviser:

Lauren Haedge

Representative: Lauren Schwartz

ANGLETON HIGH SCHOOL

Angleton, Texas

Photographer: Lauren Coffie

Adviser:

Missy Adams

Representative:

207

Ryan Almon


Photos

CARTHAGE HIGH SCHOOL

Carthage, Texas

Photographer:

Kennedy Preston

Adviser:

Jayme Quick

Representative:

Debbie Vaughn

CARTHAGE HIGH SCHOOL

Carthage, Texas

Photographer:

Hannah Villanueva

Adviser:

Jayme Quick

Representative:

Debbie Vaughn


CYPRESS CREEK HIGH SCHOOL

Houston, Texas

Photographer: Hannah Felske

Adviser:

Samantha Berry

Representative: Lisa Schwartz

CYPRESS CREEK HIGH SCHOOL

Houston, Texas

Photographer: Emma Matson

Adviser:

Samantha Berry

Representative:

209

Lisa Schwartz


Photos

LAMAR HIGH SCHOOL

Houston, Texas

Photographer:

Lia Onisiphorou

Adviser:

Joe Holloway

Representative:

Ryan Almon

JACKSONVILLE HIGH SCHOOL

Jacksonville, Texas

Photographer:

Melissa Vining

Adviser:

Melissa Vining

Representative:

Debbie Vaughn


OAK RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL

Conroe, Texas

Photographer: Taylor Carter

Adviser:

Sarah Parker

Representative: Mary Beth McIver

GRAPEVINE HIGH SCHOOL

Grapevine, Texas

Photographer:

Madsyn Zambory

Adviser:

Jillian Rooney

Representative:

211

Cheryl Chrisman


Photos

DOUGLAS MACARTHUR HIGH SCHOOL

San Antonio, Texas

Photographer:

Jessica Flores

Adviser:

Amanda Cardoza

Representative:

Kathi Hopkins

DOUGLAS MACARTHUR HIGH SCHOOL

San Antonio, Texas

Photographer:

Jasmine Ekunwe

Adviser:

Amanda Cardoza

Representative:

Kathi Hopkins


L.D. BELL HIGH SCHOOL

Hurst, Texas

Photographer: Cody Prenn

Adviser:

Rolando Gonzales

Representative: Milani Arguelles

L.D. BELL HIGH SCHOOL

Hurst, Texas

Photographer: Cody Prenn

Adviser:

Rolando Gonzales

Representative:

213

Milani Arguelles


Photos

BAYLOR UNIVERSITY

Waco, Texas

Photographer:

Anisha Zaman

Adviser:

Julie Reed

Representative:

Jim Anderson

BAYLOR UNIVERSITY

Waco, Texas

Photographer:

Leisje Powers

Adviser:

Julie Reed

Representative:

Jim Anderson


CLEAR BROOK HIGH SCHOOL

Friendswood, Texas

Photographer: Parker Willis

Adviser: Kat Dotter

Representative: Ryan Almon

CLEAR BROOK HIGH SCHOOL

Friendswood, Texas

Photographer: Parker Willis

Adviser: Kat Dotter

Representative:

215

Ryan Almon


Photos

DICKINSON HIGH SCHOOL

Dickinson, Texas

Photographer: Georgia Simon

Adviser:

Hayley Booth

Representative:

Ryan Almon

DICKINSON HIGH SCHOOL

Dickinson, Texas

Photographer: Georgia Simon

Adviser:

Hayley Booth

Representative:

Ryan Almon


DICKINSON HIGH SCHOOL

Dickinson, Texas

Photographer: Georgia Simon

Adviser:

Hayley Booth

Representative: Ryan Almon

LEANDER HIGH SCHOOL

Leander, Texas

Photographer: Megan Marshall

Adviser:

Lindsie Alley

Representative:

217

Stacy Mehrens


Photos

TEXAS CITY HIGH SCHOOL

Texas City, Texas

Photographer:

Jerusalen Ramirez

Adviser:

Jennifer Kunard

Representative:

David Miller

MACLAY SCHOOL

Tallahassee, Florida

Photographer:

Martha Kutter

Adviser:

Deborah Mayer

Representative:

Marvin Mayer


MACLAY SCHOOL

Tallahassee, Florida

Photographer: Kaitlyn Dressel

Adviser:

Deborah Mayer

Representative: Marvin Mayer

MACLAY SCHOOL

Tallahassee, Florida

Photographer: Kristen Becker

Adviser:

Deborah Mayer

Representative:

219

Marvin Mayer


Photos

ALIEF HASTINGS HIGH SCHOOL

Houston, Texas

Photographer:

Elizabeth Salazar

Adviser:

Andrea Negri

Representative:

Lisa Schwartz

KLEIN FOREST HIGH SCHOOL

Houston, Texas

Photographer:

Kristine Le

Adviser:

Sue Blackmon

Representative:

Mary Beth McIver


UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA

Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Photographer: Jeffrey Camarati

Adviser:

Rachel McMillen

Representative: Josh Lovell

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA

Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Photographer: Treesa Ouseph

Adviser:

Rachel McMillen

Representative:

221

Josh Lovell


Photos J. FRANK DOBIE HIGH SCHOOL

Austin, Texas

Photographer:

Diamonndlee Velez

Adviser:

Jake Rogers

Representative:

Ryan Almon

HOMEWOOD HIGH SCHOOL

Homewood, Alabama

Photographer:

Molly Ann Moon

Adviser:

Melissa Dameron-Vines

Representatives:

Richard Bishop & Chris Nail


J. FRANK DOBIE HIGH SCHOOL

Austin, Texas

Photographer:

Diamonndlee Velez

Adviser:

Jake Rogers

Representative: Ryan Almon

HOMEWOOD HIGH SCHOOL

Homewood, Alabama

Photographer:

Caroline McCormick

Adviser:

Melissa Dameron-Vines

Representatives:

223

Richard Bishop & Chris Nail


Photos

OAK MOUNTAIN HIGH SCHOOL

Birmingham, Alabama

Photographer:

Juliane Naro

Adviser:

Jennifer Gregory

Representatives:

Richard Bishop & Chris Nail

OAK MOUNTAIN HIGH SCHOOL

Birmingham, Alabama

Photographer:

Megan McMillan

Adviser:

Jennifer Gregory

Representatives:

Richard Bishop & Chris Nail


OAK MOUNTAIN HIGH SCHOOL

Birmingham, Alabama

Photographer: Todd Lester

Adviser:

Jennifer Gregory

Representatives: Richard Bishop & Chris Nail

OAK MOUNTAIN HIGH SCHOOL

Birmingham, Alabama

Photographer: Sarah Finnegan

Adviser:

Jennifer Gregory

Representatives:

225

Richard Bishop & Chris Nail


Photos

DUBLIN COFFMAN HIGH

Dublin, Ohio

Photographer:

Abby Steiner

Adviser:

Janie Saunders

Representative:

Lindsey Swank

WESTWOOD HIGH SCHOOL

Austin, Texas

Photographer:

Sarah Johnson

Adviser:

Lanie Catuogno

Representative:

Jim Anderson


DUBLIN COFFMAN HIGH

Dublin, Ohio

Photographer: Sharda Mougey

Adviser:

Janie Saunders

Representative: Lindsey Swank

MILILANI HIGH SCHOOL

Mililani, Hawaii

Photographer: Katie Hashimoto

Adviser:

Tara Ayers

Representative:

227

Richard Young


Photos

FLOWER MOUND HIGH SCHOOL

Flower Mound, Texas

Photographer:

John Moss

Adviser:

Marie Jones

Representative:

Jim Anderson

FLOWER MOUND HIGH SCHOOL

Flower Mound, Texas

Photographer:

Aahlad Madireddy

Adviser:

Marie Jones

Representative:

Jim Anderson


RONALD REAGAN HIGH SCHOOL

San Antonio, Texas

Photographer: Alyssa Bird

Adviser:

Garrett Herbst

Representative: Kathi Hopkins

RIDGEVIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL

Round Rock, Texas

Photographer: Emily Herwitt

Adviser:

Vicki Felkel

Representative:

229

Stacy Mehrens


Photos

ARLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL

Arlington, Washington

Photographer: Mikelle Kelly

Adviser:

Anne Hayman

Representative:

Kerri Smead

ARLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL

Arlington, Washington

Photographer: Mikelle Kelly

Adviser:

Anne Hayman

Representative:

Kerri Smead


AUSTIN HIGH SCHOOL

Austin, Texas

Photographer: Rhyan Patterson

Adviser:

Jena Weber

Representative: Mickey Mehrens

MARIAN HIGH SCHOOL

Omaha, Nebraska

Photographer: Sophie Clark

Adviser:

Marsha Kalkowski

Representative:

231

Linda Bernard


Photos

VISTA RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL

Cedar Park, Texas

Photographer:

Gracie Davis

Adviser:

Jamie Ray

Representative:

Morgan Tuggle

VISTA RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL

Cedar Park, Texas

Photographer:

Illana Tavarez-Sanchez

Adviser:

Jamie Ray

Representative:

Morgan Tuggle


HILL COUNTRY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

Austin, Texas

Photographer: Jessica Scott

Adviser:

John Hovarth

Representative: Jim Anderson

HILL COUNTRY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

Austin, Texas

Photographer: Amber O’Rand

Adviser:

John Hovarth

Representative:

233

Jim Anderson


Photos

HILL COUNTRY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

Austin, Texas

Photographer:

Hannah Huang

Adviser:

John Hovarth

Representative:

Jim Anderson

SEDONA RED ROCK HIGH SCHOOL

Sedona, Arizona

Photographer:

Brian Burke

Adviser:

Maureen Barton

Representative:

Susan Fearnside


THE ARCHER SCHOOL FOR GIRLS

Los Angeles, California

Photographer: Siena Mizel

Adviser:

Kristin Taylor

Representative: Corey Mundwiler

THE WOODLANDS COLLEGE PARK HIGH SCHOOL

The Woodlands, Texas

Photographer: Iliana Escamilla

Adviser:

Donna Brawner

Representative:

235

Mary Beth McIver


Photos

STEPHEN F. AUSTIN STATE UNIVERSITY Nacogdoches, Texas

Photographer:

Jackie Conde

Adviser:

Rachel Clark

Representative:

Debbie Vaughn

STEPHEN F. AUSTIN STATE UNIVERSITY Nacogdoches, Texas

Photographer:

Cara Campbell

Adviser:

Rachel Clark

Representative:

Debbie Vaughn


CHAMBERSBURG AREA HIGH SCHOOL

Chambersburg, Pennsylvania

Photographer:

Jonathan Papoutsis

Adviser:

Becca Petersheim

Representative: Ed Patrick

CHAMBERSBURG AREA HIGH SCHOOL

Chambersburg, Pennsylvania

Photographer:

Natalie Henderson

Adviser:

Becca Petersheim

Representative:

237

Ed Patrick


Photos

DESERT HOT SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL

Desert Hot Springs, California

Photographer:

Ashley Ekert

Adviser:

Jamie O’Neil

Representative:

Frank Ortiz

TOM C. CLARK HIGH SCHOOL

San Antonio, Texas

Photographer:

Joseph Richards

Adviser:

Michelle Elizondo

Representative:

Kathi Hopkins


CYPRESS WOODS HIGH SCHOOL

Cypress, Texas

Photographer: Jessica Benson

Adviser:

Abby Paysse

Representative: Lisa Schwartz

HENDRICKSON HIGH SCHOOL

Pflugerville, Texas

Photographer: Breanna Portillo

Adviser:

Kari Riemer

Representative:

239

Jim Anderson


Photos

CHAPA MIDDLE SCHOOL

Kyle, Texas

Photographer:

Jules Benavides

Adviser:

Owen Taylor

Representative:

Morgan Tuggle

CHAPA MIDDLE SCHOOL

Kyle, Texas

Photographer:

Avery Nichols

Adviser:

Owen Taylor

Representative:

Morgan Tuggle


CLEAR SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL

League City, Texas

Photographer: David Leung

Adviser:

Karen DePaul

Representative: Ryan Almon

CLEAR SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL

League City, Texas

Photographer: Emma Vehle

Adviser:

Karen DePaul

Representative:

241

Ryan Almon


Photos

McALLEN MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL

McAllen, Texas

Photographer:

Kristina Valdez

Adviser:

Kelsey Martin

Representative:

Mary Harris

McALLEN MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL

McAllen, Texas

Photographer:

Annika Rodriguez

Adviser:

Kelsey Martin

Representative:

Mary Harris


McALLEN MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL

McAllen, Texas

Photographer: Kristina Valdez

Adviser:

Kelsey Martin

Representative: Mary Harris

McALLEN MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL McAllen, Texas

Photographer:

Annika Rodriguez

Adviser:

Kelsey Martin

Representative:

243

Mary Harris


Photos

THOMAS JEFFERSON HIGH SCHOOL

San Antonio, Texas

Photographer:

Chaitlynn Soto

Adviser:

Melissa Carroll

Representative:

Betty Cruz

THOMAS JEFFERSON HIGH SCHOOL

San Antonio, Texas

Photographer:

Xavier Salazar

Adviser:

Melissa Carroll

Representative:

Betty Cruz


VILLAGE CHRISTIAN HIGH SCHOOL

Sun Valley, California

Photographer: Camille Bally

Adviser:

Harry Tom

Representative: Karina Lopez

VILLAGE CHRISTIAN HIGH SCHOOL

Sun Valley, California

Photographer: Luke Cheun

Adviser:

Harry Tom

Representative:

245

Karina Lopez


Photos

ROCKY HEIGHTS MIDDLE SCHOOL

Littleton, Colorado

Photographer:

Izzy Holsman

Adviser:

Tim Ryckman

Representative:

Rob Rathbun

COLLEGE STATION HIGH SCHOOL

College Station, Texas

Photographer:

Kristin Bellows

Adviser:

Teresa Laffin

Representative:

Tisha Nowak


FULSHEAR HIGH SCHOOL

Fulshear, Texas

Photographer:

Abriana Hernandez

Adviser:

Megan Sanford

Representative: Cindy Moye

FULSHEAR HIGH SCHOOL

Fulshear, Texas

Photographer: Kalli Reavis

Adviser:

Megan Sanford

Representative:

247

Cindy Moye


Photos

VANDEGRIFT HIGH SCHOOL

Austin, Texas

Photographer:

Vanessa Recinos

Adviser:

Lela Coker

Representative:

Stacy Mehrens

PRESCOTT HIGH SCHOOL

Prescott, Arizona

Photographer:

Clifford Robbins

Adviser:

Pam Willard

Representative:

Susan Fearnside


PALISADE HIGH SCHOOL

Palisade, Colorado

Photographer: Callie Surber

Adviser:

Brooke Grett

Representative: Rob Rathbun

PALISADE HIGH SCHOOL

Palisade, Colorado

Photographer:

Zaidyn Woodard-Serle

Adviser:

Brooke Grett

Representative:

249

Rob Rathbun


Photos GORZYCKI MIDDLE SCHOOL

Austin, Texas

Photographer:

Elise De La Fuente

Adviser:

Lindsey Shirack

Representative:

Stacy Mehrens

TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL

Texarkana, Texas

Photographer:

Alyssa Kift

Advisers:

Rebecca Potter & Clint Smith

Representative:

Debbie Vaughn


ETIWANDA HIGH SCHOOL

Etiwanda, California

Photographer: Thalia Gonzalez

Adviser:

Bern Judson

Representative: Frank Ortiz

ETIWANDA HIGH SCHOOL

Etiwanda, California

Photographer: Alyssa Cosby

Adviser:

Bern Judson

Representative:

251

Frank Ortiz


Photos

TOMBALL MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL

Tomball, Texas

Photographer:

Hanna Homer

Adviser:

Jill Chumley

Representative:

Mary Beth McIver

HENRY MIDDLE SCHOOL

Cedar Park, Texas

Photographer:

Sydney Harrison

Adviser:

Serena Slocum

Representative:

Stacy Mehrens


WOODCREEK MIDDLE SCHOOL

Katy, Texas

Photographer:

Madelyn McAlpin

Adviser:

Linda Fruge

Representative: Stephanie Hinson

WOODCREEK MIDDLE SCHOOL

Katy, Texas

Photographer:

Daniela Rodriguez

Adviser:

Linda Fruge

Representative:

253

Stephanie Hinson


Photos

OLENTANGY ORANGE HIGH

Lewis Center, Ohio

Photographer:

Samantha Welsh

Adviser:

Kari Phillips

Representative:

Lindsey Swank

OLENTANGY ORANGE HIGH

Lewis Center, Ohio

Photographer:

Samantha Welsh

Adviser:

Kari Phillips

Representative:

Lindsey Swank


LIBERTY HIGH SCHOOL

Frisco, Texas

Photographer: Megan Dolan

Adviser:

Carole Babineaux

Representative: Catherine Iden

HARTFIELD ACADEMY

Flowood, Mississippi

Photographer: Brian Hull

Adviser: Tara Hall

Representative:

255

Karen Loden


Photos SUMMER CREEK HIGH SCHOOL

Houston, Texas

Photographer:

Emily Louviere

Adviser:

Scott Thompson

Representative:

Talli Gonyaw

GEORGE RANCH HIGH SCHOOL

Richmond, Texas

Photographer:

Esther Adaramola

Adviser:

Amanda Respondek

Representative:

Cindy Moye


GEORGE RANCH HIGH SCHOOL

Richmond, Texas

Photographer: Lauren Dean

Adviser:

Amanda Respondek

Representative: Cindy Moye

BIG SPRING HIGH SCHOOL

Newville, Pennsylvania

Photographer: Sherisa Nailor

Adviser:

Christa Daugherty

Representative:

257

Ed Patrick


Photos WILLIAM J. BRENNAN HIGH SCHOOL San Antonio, Texas

Photographer:

Lauren Barmore

Adviser:

Christine Morales

Representative:

Betty Cruz

WILLIAM J. BRENNAN HIGH SCHOOL San Antonio, Texas

Photographer:

Nathan Revilla

Adviser:

Christine Morales

Representative:

Betty Cruz


LOWERY FRESHMAN CENTER

Allen, Texas

Photographer: Isabel Alvarez

Adviser: Kim Creel

Representative: Catherine Iden

WEST JOHNSTON HIGH SCHOOL

Benson, North Carolina

Photographer: Alexis Stephens

Adviser:

Jeanette Neyman

Representative:

259

Josh Lovell


Photos

ROBINSON HIGH SCHOOL

Robinson, Texas

Photographer:

Victoria Lopez

Adviser:

Kimm Mawhirter

Representative:

Morgan Tuggle

ROBINSON HIGH SCHOOL

Robinson, Texas

Photographer:

Riley Schmunsler

Adviser:

Kimm Mawhirter

Representative:

Morgan Tuggle


ROBINSON HIGH SCHOOL

Robinson, Texas

Photographer: Victoria Lopez

Adviser:

Kimm Mawhirter

Representative: Morgan Tuggle

GODWIN HIGH SCHOOL

Richmond, Virginia

Photographer: Hana Pearlman

Adviser:

Christy Maddox

Representatives:

261

Scott & Tami Stalcup


Photos

HOLY TRINITY LOWER SCHOOL

Melbourne, Florida

Photographer:

Anna Barger

Adviser:

Sarah Tricano

Representative:

Marcia Meskiel-Macy

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

Los Angeles, California

Photographer:

Nick Entin

Adviser:

Mona Cravins

Representative:

Jim Anderson


MISSOURI MILITARY ACADEMY

Mexico, Missouri

Photographer: Erick Puente

Adviser:

Erin Chambers

Representative: Liz Bardin

MISSOURI MILITARY ACADEMY

Mexico, Missouri

Photographer:

Liam VanHoesen

Adviser:

Erin Chambers

Representative:

263

Liz Bardin


Photos

MIAMI PALMETTO SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL

Miami, Florida

Photographer:

Nicole Flore

Adviser:

Arlene Huffman

Representative:

Marcia Meskiel-Macy

MIAMI PALMETTO SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL

Miami, Florida

Photographer:

Victoria Alvarez

Adviser:

Arlene Huffman

Representative:

Marcia Meskiel-Macy


CLAUDIA TAYLOR JOHNSON HIGH SCHOOL

San Antonio, Texas

Photographer: Leilani Cazares

Adviser:

Velisa Jewett

Representative: Kathi Hopkins

TOM GLENN HIGH SCHOOL

Leander, Texas

Photographer: Luke Pace

Adviser:

Angie Millar

Representative:

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Jim Anderson


Pucker Up

Whats Your Favorite

Emoji?

How do you

The kissy face emoji is a way to express heartfelt emotion

Michael Hurbanis Kylie Hynes Jordan Irias Julia Iverson Ariel Jackson Hailey Jackson Jazlyn Jackson

fidget?

58. 8%

Unamused The eye roll emoji is used to show dislike, irritation. or boredom

16.8%

Waterfall of tears is the only option to express deep sadness (genuine or sarcastic)

Zoye Jackson Ja Narricka James Trenton Jarrell Jada Jasso Robert Jauregui Rylee Jay Cerraiyha Jefferson

Tears of Joy Crying with laughter represents the highest level of funny. This emoji was so popular it was chosen as the 2015 Oxford Dictionaries Word of the Year.

Mushrooms, they’re nasty.

Seafood is disgusting.

Meredith Eaves

picky Eaters

color

Cristina Gonzalez [11]

Joseph Joiner Jennifer Trevino [12]

EW GROSS

■ Telling the stories what food are you most behind the primary picky with? 40% story Salad

Your Hair?

Klaire Winters

35% ■ Writing student Burgers profiles to 25% show individual Pizza involvement

■ Creating visual and/ or verbal links to the theme

Jonah Jones

Olives, they’re weird and sour.

■ Varying the text why don’t you buy format

school lunch?

Mustard, it smells. Greis Lim [10] Jacob Garcia

Veggies don’t have much flavor. Nathan NAva [12]

There can’t be fat in my chicken.

Gabriel Struve

diana palacios [11]

sky penney [9]

Photo by Miranda Hughey

Chicken nuggets can not be dry. pizza, why pineapples?

“I have good food at my house, it’s more nutritious.” Sarah Avant (11)

“School lunch is more expensive than these hot and ready pizzas.” Christian Clark (9)

makenna Earnhart (9)

coleman Green [11]

6

Katelynn Armstrong

Photo by Miranda Hughey

Ryan Selldin [9]

Hayden Clark

*100 students polled

phoyo by Miranda Hughey

How Do You

With the look and feel of miniature spreads, storytelling PACKAGES expand primary coverage by—

“I’m on a diet now, I don’t want to eat the food here. They have the same food here, hamburgers, hamburgers, and hamburgers.” Claire Williams (9) “I don’t like to spend money on school lunch, and I get to bring whatever I want.” Kyle Walker (11)

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Crying Out Loud

These fidget pieces are unique in their own individual ways. Spinners, water bottle flipping, slime, and fidget cubes were everywhere this year. But answer this...did they actually help keep you focused or were they more of a distraction?


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1. Freshman Katherine Militzer marches in the MHS band show, “In Bloom”. “The best part about performing is knowing that all the hard work you’ve been doing pays off,” Militzer said. 2. Sophomore Jessica Limon Freshman year:plays 2014her flute. Sophomore year: 2015 At first my mom obvi “My favorite part about band is biggest fan. My dad th the memories we’ve made, these My mom knew I wasn are relationships that will last a lifetime,” Limon said. 3. Senior doing it. Michael Kirchoff strikes a pose during the band’s performance. The people I get the m "Band is a great way to express are the people who tak myself musically," Kirchoff said. hate me every year. E 4.Sophomore Aaliyah Moore plays Victim: Julia Tanner tell to smile and then the vibraphone with the rest of say, “OK, let’s try it w frontline. "My favorite memory a little.” I say, “Yeah, O was when we finished our last don’t change anything performance and I was crying with everyone in my percussion They ask me if I reall family," Moore said.

The Various Shades of

PACKAGES 4.

Junior year: 2016

Band

Senior year: 2017

like that and I tell the just like, ‘whatever.’”

THE SOCK TAN

Victim:my Nichole Bresee They were the Truth: “I will remember teachers.

Raven Marsh, 9 Da'Milyun Marshall, 11 Deanna Martin, 9 Jackie Martin, 9 Riley Martin, 9 Alyssa Martinez, 11

THE T-SHIRT TAN Victim: Katherine Carrillo

THE RING TAN Victim: Dylan Jeffreys

THE SHORTS TAN Victim: Gage Winkle

1. 5. Marimba players keep tempo with each other at half time. “Seeing the excitment on people’s faces is worth performing for,” sophomore Spencer Reiling said. 6. Drumline drops a beat on the field. "Before a competition our percussion director gives us Mentos so we have 'clean and fresh beats' before we go on the field," senior Alicia Good said. 7. Freshman Josh Tanner plays "Eye of the Tiger" during the Blackout Game. “We need to make sure that everyone is focused so we can perform our best,” Tanner said.

THE NECKSTRAP TAN Victim: Heather Tran

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281 Hattaway, Dylan ............................................ 167 Hauge, Annalee..................................... 183, 289 Alexandria Lutz, 9 Hawes, Cailyn ....................................... 198, 296 Hawkins, Landon........37, Shade Lutz, 11 214, 290, 291, 299 Hayden, Kalem .............................................. 167 Mozambwe Lyaema, 10 137 Hayes, Darina................................................. Hayes, Gavin ......................................... 214, 276 Jordan Lynch, 10 Hayes, Richard ............................................... 214 Hays,Linda Paxton.......................................... 214, 291 Lynch, 9 Hearne, Bentley .................... 63, 198, 294, 296 Asende M'Membe, 9 Heath, Sarah .................................183, 193, 277 Hebert, Patrick .............................................. 214 Hedge, Bryan.................................................. 183 Henderson, Autumn .................................... 167 Suzana M'Membe, 10 Henderson, Kolton ...................................... 280 Henderson, Tedra ................................ 167, 270 Justin Maddux, 9 Hendrickson, Hayden......134, 135, 137, 158, 167, 286, 302Madrid, 10 Raeyes Henna Club..............................................150 Alida Majanja, 10 Hennegan, Karen .......................................... 225 Hennigan, Blake ..........................167, 274, 282 Claude Makaya, 11 Henry, Eric...................................... 31, 198, 277 Henry, Sophie ..............................214, Josephine Malango, 10216, 277 Hernandez Cervantes, Alondra ................ 198 Hernandez Cervantes, Yahir...................... 214 Hernandez, ....................... ElijahAdrian Maldonado, 1176, 198, 292 Hernandez, Edgar ...................................35, 183 Hernandez, Janneth...................................... Kimberly Maldonado, 10 198 Hernandez, Jennifer ............................ 130, 198 Joahna Bridgette Malimid, 214 11 Hernandez, Jose............................................. Hernandez, Juana.......................................... 214 Tina Manirambona, 10 Hernandez, Karen......................................... 214 Hernandez, .................................. 183 Alice Kimberly Manishimwe, 9 Hernandez, Samuel ...................................... 167 Agape Manoa, 11 Herrera, Ivonne ............................................. 214 Herrera, Noah................................................ 198 Herrera, Walter.............................................. 198 Herrington, Austin ....................................... 214 Allison Mantooth, 11 Hesse, Tristan................................................. 198 Hestrin, Martin ...........................212, 214, 278 Nicolas Marczynski, 11 Higuera, Lauren ........160, 167, 275, 276, 302


Packages

Harris, D’Kayla ..................................... 167, 273 Huffhines, Haven ........................215, 288, 295 Jackson, Olivia ............................... 79, 199, 293 Johnson, Semaj ............................215, 289, 290 Harris, Elisabeth ........................................... 214 Huffstetter, Connor ............................ 215, 276 Jackson, Samual............................................. 215 Johnson-Carr, Christian ............................. 184 Harris, Mason ................................................ 198 Harrison, Emily ............................. 18, 194, 198 Harrison, Grace............................................. 214 Harrison, Mitchell ............................... 182, 290 Hart, Kelsyn ........................................... 111, 214 Hartnett, Jason............................................... 198 Harvey, Alaina .........................................19, 198 Harvey, Jera ..................................198, 203, 285 Haslam, Nathan .29, 146, 171, 182, 275, 276, 281 Hattaway, Dylan ............................................ 167 Hauge, Annalee..................................... 183, 289 Hawes, Cailyn ....................................... 198, 296 Taking a break from their After running onto the field, Hawkins, Landon........37, 214, 290, 291, 299 instruments, freshman Julia the Mustangs give each other Hayden, Kalem .............................................. 167 Hayes, Darina................................................. 137 Song and junior Karina words of encouragement. Hayes, Gavin ......................................... 214, 276 Tlamasico stop for a quick Players ran onto the field Hayes, Richard ............................................... 214 picture. The game was a “My freshman with theyear American flag cut, to Hays, Paxton.......................................... 214, 291 I had a buzz Hearne, Bentley .................... 63, 198, 294, 296 chance for students to showand acne. represent a game that unifies It was an awful picture. It was Heath, Sarah .................................183, 193, 277 Mansfield, Texas off their mums. “Seeing all of of the betterpeople. to make a“Running silly face. Iout would rather Hebert, Patrick .............................................. 214 the mums that people bought withthan theatflag pumped Hedge, Bryan.................................................. 183 laugh helmet with myself myself. My Henderson, Autumn .................................... 167 was exciting, and I was happy us were up before game,” pictures so bad. Ithe laughed at itsenior but Henderson, Kolton ...................................... 280 to have one of my own,” Song defensive backI Sam with my picutres now, make Sicola a funny Henderson, Tedra ................................Leland 167, 270 Mallett said. Photo by Faith Choi. face sosaid. Photo I laugh withby it. Ava Street. Hendrickson, Hayden......134, 135, 137, 158, 167, 286, 302 Freshman year: 2014 Sophomore year: 2015 At first my mom obviously wasn’t the Henna Club..............................................150 Hennegan, Karen .......................................... 225 Milani Arguelles biggest fan. My dad thought it was funny. Hennigan, Blake ..........................167, 274, 282 Henry, Eric...................................... 31, 198, 277 My mom knew I wasn’t going to stop Henry, Sophie ..............................214, 216, 277 doing it. Hernandez Cervantes, Alondra ................ 198 Hernandez Cervantes, Yahir...................... 214 Hernandez, Adrian ....................... 76, 198, 292 The people I get the most reaction from Hernandez, Edgar ...................................35, 183 are the people who take the pictures. They Hernandez, Janneth...................................... 198 hate me every year. Every single year they Hernandez, Jennifer ............................ 130, 198 Hernandez, Jose............................................. 214 tell to smile and then I do my face they Hernandez, Juana.......................................... 214 say, “OK, let’s try it with your eyes closed Hernandez, Karen......................................... 214 a little.” I say, “Yeah, OK.” Then I just Hernandez, Kimberly .................................. 183 Hernandez, Samuel ...................................... 167 don’t change anything. Herrera, Ivonne ............................................. 214 Herrera, Noah................................................ 198 They ask me if I really want my picture Herrera, Walter.............................................. 198 like that and I tell them yes and they’re Herrington, Austin ....................................... 214 Hesse, Tristan................................................. 198 just like, ‘whatever.’” Junior year: 2016 Senior year: 2017 Hestrin, Martin ...........................212, 214, 278 Higuera, Lauren ........160, 167, 275, 276, 302

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MUM'S THE WORD

LEGACY HIGH SCHOOL

True story patriotic players

4 years, 4 WILD FACES

Adviser:

Representative:

Truth: “I will remember my teachers. They were the best.” Kennedy Barber, 9

MAKE an ImPRESSION

fyi for your information The price guide to Homecoming, estimated

MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL

Houston, Texas

Adviser:

Holly Hartman

Representative:

Lisa Schwartz

$150Mum $80Garter $10Ticket $100-200dresses $40dinner

"I got a garter for my date from a floral shop, and we both liked how different it was from everyone else's." Emily Ward, 11

"I liked dinner because it made the occasion feel special. Nothing is better than good food and friends." Leah Engeldorf, 9

With silly faces, junior Benjamin Harrison and senior Kate Mason show off their Homecoming attire before the dance. The duo gathered with friends for dinner and took pictures in front of the lake in Ethan’s Glen. “I bought the flowers to match her dress, and I think the pictures turned out well,” Harrison said. Photo by Faith Choi.

RADIANT ROYALTY

Posing for a photo, the nominees smile as the Homecoming crowd shows support for the newly named queen, Aramish Khan. The nominees, Kendall Howard, Sarah Mabee, Aramish Khan, Sydney Wallace, Cammie Haest and Rebecca Coker, were selected by their peers for their overall character. “All the girls were so awesome and nice," Mabee said. "I knew the competition I faced would be legit that night." Photo by Gayla Kusin.

BILOXI HIGH SCHOOL

Biloxi, Mississippi

Advisers:

Kim Kennedy & Amanda Lemaster

Representative:

Karen Loden

ON Your Soap Box Get off “When I was crowned Homecoming King, I was so excited because I didn't expect to win at all.” Frank Yang, 12


that we all are very proud of. We love you so much and could not be prouder! Make your dreams come true! Love, Love, Mom, Rudy Mom,Dad, Dad,Adi, Adi and & Rudy

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STRATFORD HIGH SCHOOL

Houston, Texas

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Adviser: Lil Harris

Representative: Lisa Schwartz

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Thank you for teaching us that you can successfully trick-or-treat on Memorial Day, that the world needs more people who ask "why" and "why not", and that you don't have to be "Type A" to accomplish your goals!

We love you more than words and bacon, Mom, Dad, Meg and Max

Tommy

a moment in time... The mascot is a coveted secret kept from the student body and a vital part of school spirit. "The best part about being the mascot is all the love from the school," our unamed school mascot said.

GODWIN HIGH SCHOOL

Richmond, Virginia

Adviser:

Christy Maddox

Representatives:

Scott & Tami Stalcup

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Advisers:

"Generosity" CONNOR DAVIS, 5

Emily DiFebo & Angie Ryan

"Our grandparents will do anything for us, like play the games we want to play. They let us help them with projects they're doing around the house."

"Empathy" ISHAN KANASKAR, 5

Representative:

Ed Patrick

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San Antonio, Texas

Advisers:

Priscilla Power & Natalie Bock

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Amaris Ward (11th)

Field Day, Family Day

Modeling their homemade Field Day costumes, Emerson (2) and Foster Jenne (K) are thrilled that their mom and little sister get to join in on the fun.

Grandma G roup Shot WithWHITEHOUSE It is with great pleasure that Ozmel (3) and Ojani Bowen (5) lead their grandmother on a tour of the Academy during Grandparents" day.

HIGH SCHOOL

Whitehouse, Texas

Adviser:

Paige Dyer

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Spanish from a food engineer from Guatemala and toured the center. This visit helped us to broaden our vocabulary, Cirone said. It also showed us how important Spanish is outside of the classroom.

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Representative: Lisa Schwartz

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"After a basketball game this year the traffic was so bad I was stuck in the garage for 30 minutes. I was in one spot without moving at all for at least 20 minutes."

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re Brooke Luper Eagles JV football rrell game. "Cheer my year quite a bit," eing in cheer has g, and I am1.looking Seniors Michael Smith, Tommy Ereli, and Noah Pintar go off campus for lunch, a senior year Holly Farmer and t season." privilege. 2. Quinn Junior Gilmartin (11) and Trip Horlock (10) take a trip to get some sushi.

LINDALE HIGH SCHOOL

taking care of

-Kaylie Mings (12)

BUSINESS

3. Sophomores 2016Quincy Steele, Behr Bruce, and Sarah Vandiver cruise to Cotillion in style. enior Courtney Lena Provenzano (10) and Ben Lewis (11) on their way to school 5. Juniors rs before the4. Carpool buddies 2016 Sarah aders perform their Stukalin, Leona Chen, Kelley Orr, Mia Munn, and Cammy Turboff carpool on the way to ally routine."Cheer brunch. 6. Christiana Reckling (12) and her dog ride around. 7. Juniors Caroline Whitley and Ava en my favorite Lubetkin on their way to grab some Starbucks. 8. Juniors Mary Claire Stevenson and Addison ockhart said. "It will favorite, andSpier I don't drive through their neighborhood over Labor Day weekend. do without it next Holli Craze

student life

Griffith

Adviser:

"Last weekend on my way home, I got followed and I had to drive like a race car driver to try to lose the suspicious people following me at night."

5

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cheerleaders line heir "L's" at the e. "Hopefully the s are good," junior said. "As a Lindale is my responsibilty ndale in the best

Houston, Texas

"One time my car froze in the garage. Had to call AAA." -Nicholas Limon (10)

"When I was a sophomore DIAMOND DIVA I couldn't figure out how to Pitcher Taylor Wills10 pitches against get out of the garage, so I Malakoff. just drove in circles until I Wills shared District 16-4A found the exit." MVP honors with Henderson's Brianna

Lindale, Texas

-Mia Munn (11)after Robinson,

leading her team to the regional finals. || Kim Spradley

Adviser:

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Neda Morrow Varsity7 The girls would not have The varsity softball team made to play for four more years of my life." Representative: "A mom hit me softball team accomplished so much this year without school history, after making it farther in The team grew closer throughout Debbie Vaughn in the parking Coach Matt Folmar. Folmar was their successful season, and made close garage." advances the playoffs than ever before. The team "I backed into a -Skylar Steele (12) recognized by other coaches from District friendships with their teammates. farther in fell short of a trip to state, after losing to coach's car." "One time during junior 16-4A, when he was named Coach of the Krumyear in the regional finals on May 20. -Wesley House (11) "Our bond together as a team is "I got in a wreck playoffs thanI was driving Interim Term "I hit a car trying Year. my what got us so far,"when Worsham said. "Wethe day before "Making Carthage softball history ever before Ham Gray to school in an thehonor, and an indescribable "Someone the be completely honest, he helped was stayed to close andinkept in the mix."appointment at"To park the God Edwards rned into my car DPS to get my license." morning and we got rear Kimberlyn Worsham11 said. in program shape me in to the person I am today," Even though the girls spent most of feeling," Greenway parking lot ile trying to get to -Natalia Gonzalez-Blanco (11) endedhistory on Memorial Drive we put in a lot of work is an Kaitlynn Earle12 said. "He dsiciplined their time working and practicing, they "Saying parking space. " after a week of having

ailynn Widemon

jv/varsity softball

Junior Crista Hudspeth

at Chimney Rock." understatement." -Noah Pintar (12) By mid-season, three athletes on the

"One time I hit a 250 lb hog at my ranch a week after I got my Suburban." -Joseph Wagnon (10)

It Was Just a Fender Bender... CARTHAGE

team had already committed to colleges to pursue their softball careers. "I have grown up playing softball and "I backed up really love the sport," Carson 11 said. "I have worked really Robertson into someone in hard and now I am committed to UT Tyler the carpool line." -Daniela Parada Sanchez (12)

we make it all

count "I hit the MDPC Shuttle Bus."

"I hit a parked car in the parking lot after a football game." -Maggie Wallis (12)

me, cared for me, and helped our team still managed to make memories on and make softball history. Without Folmar, this off the field. my license." -Emmasoftabll Stout (10) team wouldn't be what it is today and for "My favorite memory was that I am forever thankful." before every game watching DeDe || Addison Pope to year when I was (Dakidra Pope10) do her dance "Last parking, the girl who Kimbo's (Kimberlyn Worsham) drum beat parked next to me hit Adviser: all the way down the dugout," Hope my car while parking Jayme Quick 11 Kruebbe said. many times. " "It was after the middle Rahul Popat (12) school play and I was Representative: backing out and hit the Carthage, Texas Debbie Vaughn car next to me which was over the line in my parking "I got in a wreck on spot. " San Felipe. Laine -Lindsay Wells (10) Jacobe was in the

-Kennedy Gamble (11)

178

strikeouts

by Taylor Wills

in district season

"On Christmas Day 2015, I hit a pole when I looked down to change the music on a curve."

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"I hit the wall in front of my parking spot." Teel Mitchell (11)

-Parker Browne (11)

RBI's

by Kayman Courtney

HIGH SCHOOL

.402 batting average for Carson Robertson

car, and I have to go to court in March!"

16

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stolen bases

doubles

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Photo By Jordan denike

“I’ve been playing since 7th grade, Middle school is small, its only mom and dads in the crowd but in high school everyone is watching.” -Long Le (10)

Photo By Paige Kuhn

Packages

Tackle Talk “I’ve been playing football for seven years. The talent I play against has changed throughout the years.” -Dawson Unruh (10)

Michael Hurbanis Kylie Hynes Jordan Irias Julia Iverson Ariel Jackson Hailey Jackson Jazlyn Jackson

Texas

RunningJathe ballJames down the Narricka Trenton Jarrell field, sophomore X’Avier Jada Jasso Walker avoids a Cy Springs Robert Jauregui player while junior Rylee JayCharles WilliamCerraiyha pushes him out of the Jefferson way. “I wanna get better by going to camp and training. It keeps me busy and out of trouble and it’s good because I can release my anger,” Walker said.

Adviser:

Samantha Berry

Spread by Jordan DeNike

Photo By CAroline fitzgerald

“You get to share experiences and grow together to become a family. It’s aggressive you either want it or you do not.” -Jose Barrios (10)

Photo By Jordan denike

Houston, Buddy Block Zoye Jackson

Fall Junior Varsity Football

“I’ve been playing football since I was four, the coaches give me motivation to play and to keep working.” -Arzeviur Richardson(10)

Photo By Jordan denike

CYPRESS CREEK HIGH SCHOOL

019 My ability to eat copious amounts of eggs makes me classic. - Sophomore Kayla Mcqueen

“I’ve been playing for seven years. I’ve had the number 14 for all seven years. The number is special to me because it was the number my grandfather had in high school.” -Julian Brown (10)

Representative:

Lisa Schwartz

EW GROSS

Flying high

picky Eaters

Cristina Gonzalez [11] the ball, Attempting to block junior Dezmond Morris jumps above his teammates. Morris likes the sport because it puts him in his comfort zone. “I like hitting people, I feel like the biggerJennifer man,”Trevino Morris [12] said.

Seafood is disgusting. Photo By Fredy erives

drive and dive

Diving to tackle a Klein Oak player, sophomore Derick O’Brien wraps his arm around him. “I feel energized and aggressive when I play, it’s a good way to express my anger,” Brien said.

Olives, they’re weird and sour. Ryan Selldin [9]

Mustard, it smells. Greis Lim [10]

Veggies don’t have much flavor. Nathan NAva [12]

Photo By Paige Kuhn

There can’t be fat in my chicken.

Photo By CAroline fitzgerald

Pushy Players

Pushing past an opposing player, sophomore Tyler Gill runs the ball down the field. “I’ve been playing since I was seven, I’ve kept up with it because I want to go to a good college to play.” Gill said.

why don’t you buy school lunch?

Breaking Bad

Chicken nuggets can not be dry. pizza, why pineapples? diana palacios [11]

sky penney [9]

“I have good food at my house, it’s more nutritious.” Sarah Avant (11)

Breaking a tackle, sophomore Dawson Unruh tries to run the ball while a flag is thrown on the play. “I chose the jersey number 5 because of Christian “School lunch is more expensive McCafferty. He’s the running than these and ready pizzas.” back for Stanford andhot a huge Christian Clark (9) role model,” Unruh said.

makenna Earnhart (9)

coleman Green [11]

Photo By Jordan denike

*100 students polled

Photo by Miranda Hughey

Photo By Staff

40% Salad 35% Burgers 25% Pizza

Photo by Miranda Hughey

Mushrooms, they’re nasty.

what food are you most picky with?

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Home stretch

With help from his coach, sophomore Carson Unruh, prepares for the game by stretching. “Coach O’Connor pushes me to the limit by helping me with plays,” Unruh said.

“I’m on a diet now, I don’t want to eat the food here. They have the same food here, hamburgers, hamburgers, and hamburgers.” Claire Williams (9) “I don’t like to spend money on school lunch, and I get to bring whatever I want.” Kyle Walker (11)

photo by sophia lezama

Photo By samantha arzac


Relive That Moment

LAUGH IT OUT. Chanting along with the student section during a pink-out game, junior Sierra Garcia shares a laugh with her other team members. photo by makayla brown ROUND OF APPLAUSE.1. Clapping the Sophomores rest of KEEPINGwith CHIME Alan Moments her team, freshman Jenkins SalazarVictoria and Joshua Hubler play the on theirmade cues. Salazar cheers xylophone for a touchdown againstsaid, I got nervous before concerts when I was a Harnett Central in the second quarter.

Captains' Corner

If I could, I would go back to...

Favorite

WEST JOHNSTON HIGH SCHOOL

freshman photo by makayla brownbut

"Beating Cleveland, because I really loved that moment. "

"When we all went to Bojangles for team bonding. "

Senior Claire Dodd

Sophomore Britni Mickey

now that I ve gained more self confidence in my abilities, it s just incredibly relieving. 2. IN SYNC Juniors Emanuel Abraham and Thomas Benton, and senior Tristan Villarreal practice their saxophones. Villarreal said practice makes perfect when it came to playing his best. 3. TRUMPETEERS Benson, North Carolina Junior Sophia Singer, senior Andrew Lowell, and juniors Harold Canizales-Casiano and Micheal Feliciano plat trumpets in class. 4. Adviser: PEACE Freshmen Samuel Miller, senior Oznur Jeanette Neyman Temel, and sophomore Kaitlyn Kitchen play Junior year when we "Getting out and just their clarinets. Temel said, Band is a great beat Cleveland in penalty being able to play with of friends your day where youRepresentative: can take kicks to win a verypeaceful part all my in the 1 a break from everything else.Lovell Josh intense game. " field."

"After we found out who made the team, we hung out and got to know each other."

"Playoffs last year against New Hanover."

Junior Cheyanne Derosa

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The Hewitt-Trussville Varsity Softball Team has had a very successful season. On March 21, 2017, they defeated Spain Park High School, a nationally ranked team, 14-1. Hannah Borden (10) had two home runs during the game and Sara Borden (12) had one. Varsity coach Jim Bailes says, This season has been very rewarding for me. Becoming the high school coach has given me the opportunity to continue to coach a very Gold Medal talented group of girls that I have been with Honor Grad since middle school. Coaching for me is a great opportunity to impact the lives of these young ladies in a positive way, and I hope that I Cord have done that.

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Graduates throw their caps into the air.

Seniors move their tassels from left to right. As the night concluded, seniors looked back to their high school memories. Many will remember the words of the speakers of the night. Paxton DeSimone shared advice from various teachers to graduates for their future. Hannah Brien paralleled the journey of the graduating seniors to that of Flik , the main character from the Disney film, A Bug s Life, which debuted the year most of the seniors were born. These speeches along with other words of wisdom will hopefully help guide these seniors as they move on to the next phase of their lives. 35


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“Anna Wintour.” -Genesis Alvarado “Myself because I try to look bomb everyday, honestly.” - Everardo Saucedo “The seasons inspire my style. I often dress fairly basic but throw on a flannel or jean shirt to complete the outfit”

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“[Kofa] made me more idependent because I do things alone and don’t depend on my friends as much.” -Yadira Ramirez

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“[Kofa] has made me more confident of myself and I feel people don’t judge me.” -Madison Atchley

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we scream for surprise day rachelwalet[17] and marykategarriott[17] relax on one of the bouncy houses with their ice cream cones on Surprise Day. The seniors had been picking up their chairs after Mass when Principal Susie Sullivan announced that it was the special day everyone was waiting for.

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observations of enviromental surroundings, in hopes of getting them on display. The pieces below were not only selected to be entered in art shows or auctions but also recieved honorable recognition. Minh Nhat Ho (12) entered a vase, paired with the clay plate below, into a local auction where someone purchased the piece for $900. In addition, Mackenzie Reiss (10) won a multitude of awards for several different medias during the duration of this school year.

Cole Vidmar (11)

Mackenzie Reiss (10)

Ashley Jacobson (10)

Lea Zoschke (11)

The varsity boys basketball team shares how they always leave the crowd on the edge of their seats chanting and cheering for their teams victory.

Minh Nhat Ho (12)

Ending the season with a 14-13 record and a district champion title, basketball team shared their personal advantages of being a part of the team that they have worked hard with on the court. Bryce Hanley (11) Gabrielle agrees that "being a part of the Richardson (9) team in general is an experiJamie Kraut ence that [he] is glad to(12) be a part of." It seems that overall there is one particular feature that makes the Venice High Basketball experience so much more enjoyable for each athlete involved; and it's the bond between the players. Jack Williams (11) says that the one thing he knows he will

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her it is picking up a paint brush, pencil, or oil pastel, high school tilize the tools they have around press feelings through art. Bailey ), bottom right, has won numerwith her digital art piece featurns, shaped into an anatomically correct heart.

remember looking back, after years have passed, is "spending time with [his] teammates and creating some of the best friendships [he] made in high school." It is partcially due to these friendships for the success that was achieved throughout the season. For example, while playing Booker High School the team worked hard through asValeria Morey (11) sists and shots to win the game by one point (59-58). This diligent effort is also what left the team scoring 81 points against Golden Gate for the win by 28 points and earning a chance for post season play.

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Charles Barber (10)

Alec Lamaida (11)

Trent Holloway (11)

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Javion Heiligh (11)

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I wanted to be a veterinarian, because when I was a little kid, I always had pets around me, and my mom would always help them if they had injuries. Now I want to be a secretary for animals. A secretary is part of helping but it s just for scheduling. Ruby Meza

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When I was little, I didn t want to be anything. Now I know I want to be a teacher because I love kids, and I feel like giving back. I m going to study Spanish at CSUSB to become a Spanish Teacher. Laura Vega

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For this year’s powderpuff team, Tyler moved from the playing field to the sideline to help the senior girls.

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“I enjoyed coaching the practices with the girls because they were so competitive,” Tyler said. “They also wanted to learn as much as possible about the game.”

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WHAT DO YOU DO TO MAKE YOUR MONDAYS BETTER? Luke Hanft Victoria Harper Tristan Hassell Sydney Holland Claire Hudson

Drink a Soy Latte from Starbucks.

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MET AT THE NET /1/ Elizabeth Crumpton, 11, tipped the ball over the net for a quick point as a Cy-Falls blocker tried to defend the ball. “Thinking about the ultimate goal was what kept me motivated throughout a game,” Crumpton said. /2/Braelyn Guro, 11, goes in for a kill against Cy-Fair blockers trying to gain the lead during the third set. “I was constantly having to watch for the other team’s movements while focusing on which direction my team was going to score,” Guro said. /3/ After hitting the ball out of bounds, Bryonna Stubbs, 12, serves the ball back to the Cy-Fair Bobcats. /4/ Jolie Readeaux, 12, and Kellie O’Brien, 12 get a block against Cy-Falls, gaining a point. “I thought about playing for my team, and not just myself. No matter what the score was I wanted to play my best for the team’s ultimate success,” Readeaux said. /5/ Players look on after a time out was called by Head Coach Briana Tolbert to discuss possible winning strategies. “I fell in love with volleyball as soon as I started playing in high school. Ever since then, I’ve been around the game even when I wasn’t playing,” Tolbert said.

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TEAM MVP CORNER RACHEL MILLER “The last four years she led the team in assists and became Top 5 in District 17-6A in assists. She was also ranked in aces. accepted her role as senior captain and was a strong presence on the court.” Briana Tolbert, Head Coach

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Dallas, Texas

Adviser:

Shastan Kuschke

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The most challenging part about Middle School has been the reading. I don t highly enjoy reading books so it has been a struggle. I also had trouble in science because although I am very interested in the subject, I do not always understand it that well. -Brian Tierney

How did Volleyball impact you?

“Playing volleyball was mental, you utilized the skills you’ve learned according to the situation. Volleyball gave me countless memories along with amazing people that were apart of them.” Braelyn Guro, 11

“Volleyball helped me stay focused in school in order to continue playing the sport I loved.” Elizabeth Crumpton, 11

“Playing volleyball impacted my life because it was something that I have always been able to get better at, and was also a motive for me to be the best I could be.” Dominiqiue Kassim, 12

“Volleyball taught me communication and leadership skills. It also made me a hard worker.’’ Amani Britton, 12

CYPRESS LAKES HIGH SCHOOL

Katy, Texas

Adviser:

Sara Gonzales

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1. FOCUSED ON MUSIC, Kathryn Welch (10) plays the flute during the baseball game at Space Coast Stadium. “It was different than 2. Junior Sydney Conner and senior SeanweDaily work together to tie-dye Daily’s shirt. “I joined Cougar playing at a HT event because have never ZOIE VOSKUHLPals to get in a groupplayed baseball game before, andDaily we thatatIa enjoy being in,” said. Cougar meets The lowerPals school band twice a month on Thursday "I was just trying not to fall could tell the spectators really enjoyed the afternoons. begins in sixth grade, because I got super dizzy, band,” Welch said.

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allowing students to Halle Wellman and Aisling Perkins make an advertisement for art club’s fall semester Sarah 2. TO THE BEAT, Sammy Rosebush (8) Tricano prepare for upper level fundraiser. “I’m excited to try this contestand out. coordinates with the percussion band.I hope adding a prize like a Whataburger gift card will Rosebush started band in sixth grade. “I Perkins said. This is the first year art club is hosting a definitely make Cougars want to participate,” “I’VE ALWAYS Representative: chose to play percussion because it looked contest to raise money art supplies of having a WANTED bake sale. TO PLAY fun,”for Rosebush said. photo by T. instead Holle

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MICHAEL SOTTILE (6) “I like the clarinet because my brother played it, and he helps me with it.”

4. IN THE STANDS, the band plays a piece conducted by band teacher Mr. James McCarl. “I really enjoyed performing to an audience that likely didn’t have knowledge of the band,” Kelly Laser (10) said. photo by T. Holle 5. MUSIC IN MIND, Sara Barker (11) plays the flute in the pep band. Barker has been playing the flute since sixth grade, when she started band at the lower school. “We have so many different projects, and we always have a lot of fun during class,” Barker said.

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BATTLEFIELD HIGH SCHOOL

Haymarket, Virginia

Adviser:

Briana Hale

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I manage softball. For this sport, you need to have time management and you need to be able to be on your toes. -Jon Tenney-Malejko (12)

I manage the Girl s Tennis team. You need to have upper strength to help get equipment. You also need endurance to keep the court clean of balls. -Bethany Wu (10)

6 I manage the co-ed track and field team. The most important activity is managing the shed. You have to lift heavy materials like opening the jumper pit. I enjoy it because I can give back to the school and cheer on my friends. -Samuel Miller (10)

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Jackson Wren

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Alexander Xavier

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Hannah Yi

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Avery Young

Whitney Young

Eman Yousuf

Khizr Zaheer

Humzah Zanabili

Edward Zeng

Hanwen Zhang

BONNEY LAKE HIGH SCHOOL

Bonney Lake, Washington Katherine Xia

Adviser:

Amanda Ross

Representative:

Talli Gonyaw

Kaitlyn Young

"When was the last time you thought about your sternum?" Junior Siddhi Patadia

"No such thing as almost." Junior Josh Graff

Iris Zhang LIBERTY HIGH SCHOOL

"HOPE - Hold On Pain Ends." Junior Iris Zhang

Frisco, Texas

Adviser:

Carole Babineaux

"Live everyday as positively as you can." Junior Sahana Kodali

Derek Zhou

Representative:

Catherine Iden

What do Lamia Zuberi

MELISSA HIGH SCHOOL

Melissa, Texas

"It is what it is." Junior Shane Bugni

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Adviser:

Deb Helmberger

Representative: Jim Anderson

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COLLEGE SHOWCASE

The annual college showcase was held on October 3rd inside the gym. Hannah Maxwell (11) said, "I thought the showcase was very useful because I could look at a variety of colleges throughout Florida and the U.S. and talk to representatives of those colleges to see if they offered my ideal career path choice". Zoe Freeman (11) said, "The college showcase gave me a chance to ask questions and see which colleges suits me most." Photo:

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CLEARWATER HIGH SCHOOL

FALL

[For Halloween, I decorated my face and] this took me about 4 hours and is all just knock off makeup that surprisingly stayed on my face all night.

ELISE WILSON (11)

Taylor Ribisi

SNHS INDUCTIONS

Students were inducted into the Science National Honor Society on October 5, 2016. Principal, Mr. Mastorides, was present at this event, congratulating these top performing science students who were invited into this prestigious organization run by Maria Morrison. Photo: Emily Toal

Clearwater, Florida

Adviser:

Kylie Alberto

BUY YOUR YEARBOOK

Assistant principals, Eric Krause and Jennifer Gil, help yearbook staffers, Taylor Ribisi (10) and Angela Joy (12) create a National Buy Your Yearbook advertisement. The photo showing support from the APs helped the yearbook staff win a gift card from Balfour Publishing during the special event contest on NBYY day on October 20, 2016. Photo:

Representative: John Pantelis

8. BEING PRECISE Seniors Noreen Nasr and Isabel Moacada work Kayleigh Wall on a meter stick drop lab in Physics. Moacada informed, The lab was one person dropping the stick and the other has to catching it as AVID @ FSU quickly as possible, studying reaction time. 9 SQUID GOALS Juniors Students with the AVID (Advanced ImranVia Chaudhary and Conor Brooks and seniors Samantha Ervine Individual Determination) program joinedFistner perform a squid dissection lab in Oceanography. and Sarah Jennifer Jakubzak and fellow 10 chaperones on DROPPING IN STYLE Seniors Tyler Parowski and Joel Ravichandar a tour of Florida State University. Students work on a meter stick drop lab in Physics. The lab was to theofreaction time of the student pinching the stick. were given a glimpse into thetest world

academia at this top-ranking Florida state school. Photo: Courtesy Photo

SQUAD GOALS By: Avery Lance

DRIVER'S ED SPEAKER

On October 21, 2016, the driver's education class had a guest speaker discuss the EHQHʳWVRIEHLQJDQRUJDQGRQRUDQGWKH negative effects of car crashes. "It made me want to be an organ donor 9. happen because I didn't know what would if you signed up to be one prior to this speaker," said Emily Toal (10). Photo: Dominic Soto

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TAKING THE HILL

Skylar Kinzinger (11), Gabrielle Mevers (9), Joshawa Colvin (9), Kevin Caterino-Becerra (10), Summer Squires (11), and Hannah White (10) compete in the Mount Suribachi Challenge on October 29th during the JROTC Iron Bear, where students re-create the famous Iwo Jima photo taken in 1945 by Joe Rosenthal depicting the marines taking the hill at Mt Suribachi during WW2. Photo: Courtesy

HALLOWEEN LAB

Giovanna Bias continues the science department tradition of blowing up a pumpkin on Halloween day, October 31, 2016. Students anxiously await this event, watching as the pumpkin explodes over the classroom. Photo: Emily Toal

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GRAVITY OF THE SITUATION Senior 4 GRA Kayla Bianchi holds the tape measure while senior Amaya Walthall drops the tennis ball through the stair railing for a lab studying gravity. Bianchi said, We were trying to prove gravity by finding the gravity value. These fidget pieces are unique in5. QUICK HANDS Senior Cole Cooper and junior Andrew Santi take measurements for a their own individual ways. meter stick drop lab in Physics. Cooper Spinners, water bottle flipping, checked the measurement for his reaction slime, and fidget cubes were time. 6 OH, BABY Oceanography teacher everywhere this year. But answerMrs. Cassandra Weathersbee presents a baby squid that a group found during their this...did they actually help keep first dissection of the year. 7 DROP THE you focused or were they more BALL of Senior Sydney Braden drops a tennis ball from the stairwell for a gravity lab. a distraction?

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Nokesville, Virginia

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Whats Your Favorite

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JV Cheerleaders Jada Dennis (9), Kehloni Pinckney (9), and -DGD3DUNHU  UDLVHʴ\HU A'nya Thompson (9) during the JV football game on September 22, 2016 .

Chemistry Earth Science No preference *Out of 300 students

Students were asked which science was their favorite out of Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, or if they did not have a preference. Biology received the most votes, with Chemistry and Earth Science trailing behind. Only six more students prefered Chemistry to Earch Science.

Adviser:

Dianne Demastrie

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Scott & Tami Stalcup Science

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Jacob Garcia

Gabriel Struve

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Clearwater High School varsity and junior varsity cheerleaders have had a very successful season at both their football and basketball games. According to Mekayla Bramlett (12), "I'll never forget my senior year of cheer. The team has always been somewhat of a family and close friends to me. This year was amazing because of the success of all our athletes, it really did made us come even closer as a team." The football has had a winning streak this year which results in even more fun and enthusiasm coming from the junior varsity and varsity cheer teams. "The Junior Varsity team hopes that they will be able to take over Varsity's place and carry on even more enthusiasm for their fellow Varsity football and basketball teams!" said Jamie Harkins (9). Whether learning stunt and cheers for the football games., making signs for the big game, or the cheerleaders work long hours to get ready to cheer on the Tornado football teams on Thursday and 11. Friday nights.


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OAK HARBOR HIGH SCHOOL

Oak Harbor, Washington

Suzana M'Membe, 10 Justin Maddux, 9 Raeyes Madrid, 10 Alida Majanja, 10 Claude Makaya, 11 Josephine Malango, 10

Adviser:

Jana Jansen

Elijah Maldonado, 11 Kimberly Maldonado, 10 Joahna Bridgette Malimid, 11 Tina Manirambona, 10 Alice Manishimwe, 9 Agape Manoa, 11

Representative: Kerri Smead

Allison Mantooth, 11 Nicolas Marczynski, 11 Angel Marin, 9 Marisol Marin, 9 Luis Marquez, 11 Olivia Marquez, 9

Raven Marsh, 9 Da'Milyun Marshall, 11 Deanna Martin, 9 Jackie Martin, 9 Riley Martin, 9 Alyssa Martinez, 11

ABILENE HIGH SCHOOL

Abilene, Texas

Adviser:

Amber Via

Representative:

Jerry Clark

CLAUDIA TAYLOR JOHNSON HIGH SCHOOL

San Antonio, Texas

Adviser:

Velisa Jewett

Representative: Kathi Hopkins


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band. This year the band students displayed their work for their peers at the winter concert and they also had the opportunity to perform in front of judges at CMEA, where they scored Excellent.

As captains, Olivia and I motivated our teammates and kept things positive on the field. As a team, we communicated on and off the field, this close connection is what allowed us to be champions. -Captain, Andrea Avendano (8)

PETERSON 1 Adviser: MIDDLE Danielle Ash SCHOOL Representative:

OUT ORDINARY of the

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Sunnyvale, California Shelly Townsend

I started out playing the drums, and now I play the baritone. I like playing the baritone because it is a unique and uncommon instrument. -Nicole Wang (8) I enjoy playing the Barry Sax because it is big and loud. Performing concerts has been my favorite band event at Peterson. -Rohan Tawade (7)

Javier Tovar 10 Jesus Tovar 11 Jordan Tovar 10 Jose Tovar 10 Nathan Tovar 11

Rubina Tovar 9 Ethan Townsend 10 Mia Trahan 9 Mikhaeyla Trant 11 Adrian Trejo Jara 11

1. Purav Kathia Shah Trejo 9 (6) Madison Trejo 9 and Matthew VikramTrejo 11 Declan Trevethan 9 Jangid (6)Trevethan play 11 Regina their trumpets at the winter concert. Dean Trevino 2. Victor Cruz11 Mariah Trevino 9 10 ReyesTristen (7) Trevino on the Tyler Trojcak 11 tenorKameron sax. Trotter 10 3. Yuito Yoneda (7) and Logan True-McInerney 9 HippJamesy on the Isaac Trujillo 10 Jaden Tumale 9 trombone. Asa Turner 10 William Turner 9

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wake up at 7:30am and eat breakfast. 7:30 AM “I I do my makeup and get dressed, then

get my stuff together and drive myself to school.” “Once I get to school, my first class is APUSH [Advanced Placement United States History] with Mr. Holcomb, then AP Physics with Dr. Jones, and the I have culinary during 3rd and 4th period with Ms. Lively.” “This year, I have B lunch. I bring my own lunch to school, which usually consists of granola bars or a sandwich.”

lunch, I have AP English with Ms. 1:20 PM “After O’dell, German with Mr. Zeman, and lastly I have Pre-AP Pre-Calculus with Ms. Obrien.” “I usually stay after school for either Art Club, French Club, German Club or SCCLA. In all those clubs we do some fun, different activity each week.”

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Eric Uribe 9 Cesar Vaca 10 Jannie Valadez 9 Maisie Valdes 10 Maxine Valdez 10

Melanny Valencia-Loredo 9 Sophia Valentine 11 Jillian Van Kampen 11 Merisa Van Schalkwyk 10 MacKenzie Vance 11

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wake up and then I got to sleep and 7:20 AM Ithen I wake up, then I get ready.

9:42 AM Second period I have Calculus

9:42 AM Favorite subject is English because I like

period I have Debate and then 10:44 AM Third lunch

11:45 AM

12:31 PM Then fourth period is Biology 1:29 PM Then fifth period is Psychology

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Emma Morgan

writing and learning new things like poetry or the era’s. Going to lunch because I get to spend time with my best friend, Valerie Mireles, she’s the highlight of my day.

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talking to Ms. Alice Garcia.

2:26 PM Sixth period is Government

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have anything from homework to city council meetings to projects to dinner to whatever, lots of things like that.”

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Covers HIBBING HIGH SCHOOL Hibbing, Minnesota ADVISERS: Kayla LaTarte & Lorri Shalley REPRESENTATIVE: Kerry Nelson

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ANGLETON HIGH SCHOOL Angleton, Texas ADVISER: Missy Adams REPRESENTATIVE: Ryan Almon

MONTGOMERY HIGH SCHOOL Montgomery, Texas ADVISER: Susan Poppell REPRESENTATIVE: Mary Beth McIver

FORT WALTON BEACH HIGH SCHOOL Fort Walton Beach, Florida ADVISER: Susan Teare REPRESENTATIVE: Marvin J. Mayer

MILDRED HIGH SCHOOL Corsicana, Texas ADVISER: Christian Hines REPRESENTATIVE: Cheryl Chrisman

TOMBALL HIGH SCHOOOL Tomball, Texas ADVISER: Jerry Fordyce REPRESENTATIVE: Mary Beth McIver

JEFFERSON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL Dandridge, Tennessee ADVISER: Nola Henderson REPRESENTATIVE: Ben Smith


DAVIDSON MIDDLE SCHOOL Crestview, Florida ADVISER: Kyla Scelzi REPRESENTATIVE: Marvin J. Mayer

TEXAS CITY HIGH SCHOOL Texas City, Texas ADVISER: Jennifer Kunard REPRESENTATIVE: David Miller

DEPOALI MIDDLE SCHOOL Reno, Nevada ADVISER: Cheryl Pratt REPRESENTATIVE: Shelly Townsend

SKYCREST CHRISTIAN Clearwater, Florida ADVISER: Pamm Barnaky REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Ferguson

THE WOODLANDS HIGH SCHOOL The Woodlands, Texas ADVISER: Mary Ann Widman REPRESENTATIVE: Hal Schmidt

MCCULLOUGH JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL The Woodlands, Texas ADVISER: Lori Reichardt REPRESENTATIVE: Mary Beth McIver

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ACADEMY OF THE HOLY NAMES Tampa, Florida ADVISER: Sr. Lisa Perkowski REPRESENTATIVE: John Pantelis

LOUDON HIGH SCHOOL Loudon, Tennessee ADVISER: Kim Callais REPRESENTATIVE: Katie Welch

MILILANI HIGH SCHOOL Mililani, Hawaii ADVISER: Tara Ayers REPRESENTATIVE: Richard Young

TIMBERLANE MIDDLE SCHOOL Pennington, New Jersey ADVISERS: Kathleen Neggia &

Coby Sikorski

REPRESENTATIVE: Lori Bass

LEESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL Leesville, Louisiana ADVISERS: Nancy Vandine &

Summer Sexton

REPRESENTATIVE: Lisa Leopard

LAMAR CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL Rosenberg, Texas ADVISER: Gina Monteleone REPRESENTATIVE: Cindy Moye

OLYMPIA HIGH SCHOOL Orlando, Florida ADVISER: Michael Cacciatore REPRESENTATIVE: John Pantelis


PLAINVIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL Ardmore, Oklahoma ADVISER: Leann Wilson REPRESENTATIVE: Valerie Araujo

WEST MONROE HIGH SCHOOL West Monroe, Louisiana ADVISER: Melissa Kiper REPRESENTATIVE: Jay Barnes

AIM SAN PEDRO & SANTA CATARINA Garza Garcia, Nuevo Leon, Mexico ADVISERS: Elizabeth Huergo &

Olga Guzman

REPRESENTATIVE: Adrian Azpeitia

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Krista Myers

REPRESENTATIVE: Carolyn Oldham

HICKORY CHRISTIAN ACADEMY Hickory, North Carolina ADVISER: Sharon Sturgess REPRESENTATIVE: Josh Lovell

CHRIST COVENANT HIGH SCHOOL Winterville, North Carolina ADVISER: Lisa Stroud REPRESENTATIVE: Josh Lovell

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MIAMI PALMETTO SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Miami, Florida ADVISER: Arlene Huffman REPRESENTATIVE: Marcia Meskiel-Macy

HENDRICKSON HIGH SCHOOL Pflugerville, Texas ADVISER: Kari Reimer REPRESENTATIVE: Jim Anderson

SAGUARO HIGH SCHOOL Scottsdale, Arizona ADVISER: Matt Bohnert REPRESENTATIVE: Susan Fearnside

TOM C. CLARK HIGH SCHOOL San Antonio, Texas ADVISER: Michelle Elizondo REPRESENTATIVE: Kathi Hopkins

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LOS GATOS HIGH SCHOOL Los Gatos, California ADVISER: Stephanie Rothstein REPRESENTATIVE: Shelly Townsend

BATTLEFIELD HIGH SCHOOL Haymarket, Virginia ADVISER: Briana Hale REPRESENTATIVES: Tami & Scott Stalcup

PALISADE HIGH SCHOOL Palisade, Colorado ADVISER: Brooke Grett REPRESENTATIVE: Rob Rathbun

VETERANS MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL Corpus Christi, Texas ADVISER: Randi Jones REPRESENTATIVE: Robyn Stech

WARRENTON HIGH SCHOOL Warrenton, Missouri ADVISER: Terrie Hunter REPRESENTATIVE: Liz Bardin

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CYPRESS LAKES HIGH SCHOOL Katy, Texas ADVISER: Sara Gonzales REPRESENTATIVE: David Miller

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WILSON CENTRAL HIGH Lebanon, Tennessee ADVISER: Greg Smith REPRESENTATIVE: Josh Houston

WILLIAM J. BRENNAN HIGH SCHOOL San Antonio, Texas ADVISER: Christine Morales REPRESENTATIVE: Betty Cruz

EUGENE ASHLEY HIGH SCHOOL Wilmington, North Carolina ADVISER: Marty Heise REPRESENTATIVE: Josh Lovell

THE AMERICAN SCHOOL IN LONDON London, England ADVISER: Rhiannon West REPRESENTATIVE: Karen Burbach-Barker

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REPRESENTATIVE: Abby Herberg

CUMBERLAND VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania ADVISERS: Gregg Lucas & Shaun Bollinger REPRESENTATIVE: Ed Patrick

MANVEL HIGH SCHOOL Manvel, Texas ADVISER: Jessica Tompkins REPRESENTATIVE: David Miller

RED JACKET HIGH SCHOOL & MIDDLE SCHOOL ADVISERS: Stacy Liberati &

Danielle Sargent

REPRESENTATIVE: Barbara Catallo

TOM GLENN HIGH SCHOOL Leander, TX ADVISERS: Angie Millar REPRESENTATIVE: Jim Anderson

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LIBERTY HIGH SCHOOL Brentwood, California ADVISER: Lloyd Cornwell REPRESENTATIVE: Shelly Townsend


Accounting for 10 to 15 percent of Balfour books, HONORABLE MENTION books are recognized for— ■ Upholding traditions ■ Covering both group and individual experiences ■ Providing a historical record of the year ■ Reflecting the interests of the community


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Honorable Mention

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Arbor Creek Middle School

Beck Junior High School

A. Vito Martinez Middle School

Argosy Collegiate Charter School

Beckendorff Junior High School

Abingdon High School

Arlington Heights High School

Bedford Junior High School

Abraham Lincoln High School

Arlington High School

Bell Creek Academy

Absegami High School

Arlington High School

Bellaire High School

Agoura High School

Armorel High School

Belleville High School West

Airline High School

Ashland Blazer High School

Benton Academy

Alcorn Central High School

Assumption High School

Berea College

Alexandria High School

Atascocita Middle School

Bergen County Academies

American School Foundation of Monterrey

Athens High School

Bergen County Tech High School (Paramus)

Anderson County High School

Atherton High School

Berkeley Springs High School

Romeoville, IL ADVISER: Clark Comstock REPRESENTATIVE: Brad Nemsick Abingdon, VA ADVISER: Megan Holman REPRESENTATIVE: Katie Welch Denver, CO ADVISER: Jacqueline Smilack REPRESENTATIVE: Rob Rathbun

Absecon, NJ ADVISERS: Christine Cleary & Lauren Irwin REPRESENTATIVE: Carolyn Oldham Agoura Hills, CA ADVISER: Ryan Gardner REPRESENTATIVE: Frank Ortiz Bossier City, LA ADVISER: Sandy Hahn REPRESENTATIVE: Debbie Vaughn Glen, MS ADVISERS: Jan Vandiver & Angie Grisham REPRESENTATIVE: Scott Sitton Alexandria, AL ADVISER: Carrie Gann REPRESENTATIVES: Richard Bishop & Chris Nail Santa Catarina, NL Mexico ADVISER: Alejandra Castaneda REPRESENTATIVE: Adrian Azpeitia Clinton, TN ADVISER: Jen Clotfelter REPRESENTATIVE: Katie Welch

Anderson High School

Austin, TX ADVISER: Crissie Ballard REPRESENTATIVE: Stacy Mehrens

Carrollton, TX ADVISER: Chuck Brouillette REPRESENTATIVE: Catherine Iden Fall River, MA ADVISER: Sarah Souza REPRESENTATIVE: Jamie Marcial

Fort Worth, TX ADVISER: Sarah Vondra REPRESENTATIVE: Milani Arguelles

Arlington, TN ADVISER: Carl Pfeiffer REPRESENTATIVE: Jeremy Jackson Riverside, CA ADVISER: Eric Biddle REPRESENTATIVE: Frank Ortiz Armorel, AR ADVISER: Deanna Carr REPRESENTATIVE: Jeremy Jackson Ashland, KY ADVISER: Kevin Stepp REPRESENTATIVE: Becky Goins

Louisville, KY ADVISER: Amanda Dodson REPRESENTATIVE: Elizabeth Knapp Humble, TX ADVISER: Keri Sullivan REPRESENTATIVE: Stephanie Hinson Athens, AL ADVISER: Dody Hamlett REPRESENTATIVE: Jay Elmore Louisville, KY ADVISER: Susan Smuskiewicz REPRESENTATIVE: Elizabeth Knapp

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Katy, TX ADVISER: Allyson Walker REPRESENTATIVE: Kathleen West Katy, TX ADVISER: Jami Ouellette REPRESENTATIVE: Ryan Almon

Bedford, TX ADVISER: Susannah Keneda REPRESENTATIVE: Milani Arguelles Riverview, FL ADVISER: Emma Rowlands REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Ferguson Bellaire, MI ADVISER: Tiffany Sutter REPRESENTATIVE: Craig Talsma Belleville, IL ADVISERS: Ashley Short & Lannette Story REPRESENTATIVE: Jim Hawkinson Benton, MS ADVISER: Trish Anderson REPRESENTATIVE: Hunter Leake Berea, KY ADVISER: Kelly Rogers REPRESENTATIVE: Becky Goins Hackensack, NJ ADVISERS: Miyoung Min & Evelyn Rios REPRESENTATIVE: Sharon Bodnarchuk Paramus, NJ ADVISERS: Karen Waller & Patricia Wilson REPRESENTATIVE: Sharon Bodnarchuk Berkeley Springs, WV ADVISER: Ron Bittinger REPRESENTATIVE: Doug Richardson

Binghamton University

Binghamton, NY ADVISER: Jennifer Keegin REPRESENTATIVE: Kathleen Smith

Anna High School

B.F. Terry High School

Bishop Alemany High School

Anthony Middle School

Baines Middle School

Bishop O’Dowd High School

Antoinette Reading Junior High

Barnstable High School

Bishop Watterson High School

Arab High School

BASIS Independent McLean

Black Hawk Middle School

Arab Junior High School

Bath County High School

Bob Jones High School

Aragon High School

Baytown Sterling High School

Boiling Springs High School

Aransas Pass High School

Bearden High School

Bordentown Regional Middle School

Anna, TX ADVISER: Jayme Hawthorne REPRESENTATIVE: Jim Anderson Cypress, TX ADVISER: Annie La Rose REPRESENTATIVE: Kathleen West Richmond, TX ADVISER: Kristina Harper REPRESENTATIVE: Cindy Moye

Arab, AL ADVISER: Kelly Duncan REPRESENTATIVE: Chad Holland Arab, AL ADVISER: Adi Hunt REPRESENTATIVES: Richard Bishop & Chris Nail San Mateo, CA ADVISER: Vince Bravo REPRESENTATIVE: Shelly Townsend Aransas Pass, TX ADVISER: Jaymie Knostman REPRESENTATIVE: Robyn Stech

Rosenberg, TX ADVISER: Denise Adams REPRESENTATIVE: Lisa Schwartz Missouri City, TX ADVISER: Angela Miller REPRESENTATIVE: Ryan Almon Barnstable, MA ADVISER: Kaitlyn Oberg REPRESENTATIVE: Jamie Marcial McLean, VA ADVISER: Eddie McCaffray REPRESENTATIVES: Scott & Tami Stalcup Owingsville, KY ADVISER: Kristal Robinson REPRESENTATIVE: Becky Goins Baytown, TX ADVISER: Kaleah Hicks REPRESENTATIVE: Stephanie Hinson Knoxville, TN ADVISER: Mae Hnilica REPRESENTATIVE: Ben Smith

Mission Hills, CA ADVISER: Paul Apolinario REPRESENTATIVE: Frank Ortiz

Oakland, CA ADVISER: Damian Barnes REPRESENTATIVE: Shelly Townsend Columbus, OH ADVISER: Jennifer Rush REPRESENTATIVE: Lindsey Swank Warrenton, MO ADVISER: Chrystal McCoy REPRESENTATIVE: Liz Bardin

Madison, AL ADVISER: Kristen Bergeson REPRESENTATIVE: Chad Holland Boiling Springs, PA ADVISER: Dave Shields REPRESENTATIVE: Ed Patrick Bordentown, NJ ADVISER: Gilina Jokic REPRESENTATIVE: Lori Bass


Boswell High School

Burkburnett Middle School

Cass Technical High School

Bourbon County High School

Burleson High School

Cathedral City High School

Bragg Middle School

Butler Intermediate Junior High School

Cayman International School

Paris, KY ADVISER: Jamie Prepti REPRESENTATIVE: Becky Goins

Gardendale, AL ADVISER: Emily Cazola REPRESENTATIVES: Richard Bishop & Chris Nail

Branchburg Central Middle School

Somerville, NJ ADVISERS: Kathleen Gaston & Kelly Graham REPRESENTATIVE: Sharon Bodnarchuk

Burkburnett, TX ADVISER: Danny Holman REPRESENTATIVE: Therese Friemel Burleson, TX ADVISER: Stephanie Mitchell REPRESENTATIVE: Cheryl Chrisman Butler, PA ADVISERS: Darren Casher & Tracy Travaglio REPRESENTATIVE: Kasey Nicol

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Detroit, MI ADVISER: Lauralyn Taylor REPRESENTATIVE: Ramonda W. Hollenquest Cathedral City, CA ADVISER: Marcela Nevarez REPRESENTATIVE: Frank Ortiz

Cayman Bay, Georgetown GC ADVISER: Mark Hogan REPRESENTATIVE: Adrian Azpeitia

Cedar Bayou Junior High

Baytown, TX ADVISER: Joanne Bell REPRESENTATIVE: Stephanie Hinson

Brandon High School

Cahuilla Desert Academy

Cedar Cliff High School

Brandon High School

Calumet High School

Cedar Creek High School

Brazos Christian School

Calvary Christian Academy

Cedar Ridge High School

Brazosport High School

Cambridge High School

Celeste High School

Brentwood Academy

Cambridge Middle School

Center Hill High School

Briarcrest Christian School

Cambridge Isanti High School

Center Line Senior High School

Bridge City High School

Camden Central High School

Central High School

Bridgewater-Raritan Middle School

Canyon High School

Central High School

Brock High School

Canyon Middle School

Central Texas Christian Middle School-High School

Brandon, MS ADVISERS: Emily Bethea & Jessica Kidd REPRESENTATIVE: Karen Loden Brandon, FL ADVISER: Kristina Stallbaumer REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Ferguson Bryan, TX ADVISER: Arielle Owens REPRESENTATIVE: Tisha Nowak Freeport, TX ADVISER: Managerrie Winston REPRESENTATIVE: Lauren Schwartz Brentwood, TN ADVISER: Anna Kathryn Berkompas REPRESENTATIVE: Josh Houston Eads, TN ADVISER: Sandra Longworth REPRESENTATIVE: Jeremy Jackson Bridge City, TX ADVISER: Genevieve Garrison REPRESENTATIVE: Lee Briggs Bridgewater, NJ ADVISERS: Kristin Knapp & Lori Macsata REPRESENTATIVE: Sharon Bodnarchuk Weatherford, TX ADVISER: Pat Chaggaris REPRESENTATIVE: Milani Arguelles

Bucknell University

Lewisburg, PA ADVISER: Brent Papson REPRESENTATIVE: Ed Patrick

Bullitt Central High School

Shepherdsville, KY ADVISER: Clay Harned REPRESENTATIVE: Elizabeth Knapp

Bullitt East High School

Mount Washington, KY ADVISER: Larry Steinmetz REPRESENTATIVE: Elizabeth Knapp

Burbank High School

Burbank, CA ADVISER: Sarah Given REPRESENTATIVE: Karina Lopez

Burbank Middle School

Houston, TX ADVISER: Vanessa Carranza REPRESENTATIVE: Stephanie Hinson

Burkburnett High School

Burkburnett, TX ADVISER: Mandy Reed REPRESENTATIVE: Therese Friemel

Coachella. CA ADVISER: Donna Simmons REPRESENTATIVE: Carla Gonzalez Calumet, MI ADVISER: Karen LaCross REPRESENTATIVE: Craig Talsma Fort Worth, TX ADVISER: Kim Grubbs REPRESENTATIVE: Cheryl Chrisman Milton, GA ADVISER: Laura Efford REPRESENTATIVE: Tara Hays Cambridge, MN ADVISERS: Christine Hedberg & Jill Horton REPRESENTATIVE: Heidi Schahn Cambridge, MN ADVISERS: Nikki Serie & Cathy Lund-Ziebarth REPRESENTATIVE: Heidi Schahn Camden, TN ADVISER: Diana Ferguson REPRESENTATIVE: Scott Sitton

New Braunfels, TX ADVISER: Alyson Martin REPRESENTATIVE: Kathi Hopkins New Braunfels, TX ADVISER: Kacy Mount REPRESENTATIVE: Kathi Hopkins

Canyon Springs High School Moreno Valley, CA ADVISER: Elizabeth Moreno REPRESENTATIVE: Frank Ortiz

Career & Technical High School

Houston, TX ADVISERS: Mary Nelson & Andrea Nguyen REPRESENTATIVE: Cindy Moye

Career Magnet Academy

Knoxville, TN ADVISERS: John Valentine & Christa Rockwell REPRESENTATIVE: Katie Welch

Carnegie Vanguard High School Houston, TX ADVISER: Anne Paget REPRESENTATIVE: Cindy Moye

Carrollwood Day School

Tampa, FL ADVISER: Michele McCarty REPRESENTATIVE: John Pantelis

Cascade Middle School

Auburn, WA ADVISER: Alethea Dozier REPRESENTATIVE: Talli Gonyaw

Camp Hill, PA ADVISER: Julie Bowerman REPRESENTATIVE: Ed Patrick Egg Harbor City, NJ ADVISER: Georgeann Schenker REPRESENTATIVE: Carolyn Oldham Round Rock, TX ADVISER: Tom Shands REPRESENTATIVE: Stacy Mehrens Celeste, TX ADVISER: Crawford Moore REPRESENTATIVE: Catherine Iden Olive Branch, MS ADVISER: Roben Nobles REPRESENTATIVE: Scott Sitton Center Line, MI ADVISER: Dan Hamilton REPRESENTATIVE: Ramonda W. Hollenquest Florence, AL ADVISER: Tonitia Butler REPRESENTATIVE: Jay Elmore Memphis, TN ADVISER: Melissa Berretta REPRESENTATIVE: Jeremy Jackson

Temple, TX ADVISER: Maria Reed REPRESENTATIVE: Stacy Mehrens

Challenge Early College High School Houston, TX ADVISER: Joshua Silberman REPRESENTATIVE: Cindy Moye

Chandler Park School

Harper Woods, MI ADVISER: Rhea Matthews REPRESENTATIVE: Ramonda W. Hollenquest

Channelview High School

Channelview, TX ADVISER: Malcolm Lockett REPRESENTATIVE: Stephanie Hinson

Charlotte High School

Punta Gorda, FL ADVISER: Kelli Lipe REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Ferguson

Charlottesville Catholic School

Charlottesville, VA ADVISER: Lauren Pack REPRESENTATIVES: Scott & Tami Stalcup

Chattanooga Central High School Harrison, TN ADVISER: Shawn Seals REPRESENTATIVE: Katie Welch

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Fort Worth, TX ADVISER: Jennifer Manis REPRESENTATIVE: Milani Arguelles


Honorable Mention

Cherry High School

Community Day School

Dartmouth College

Chetek-Weyerhaeuser High School

Conackamack Middle School

Dayton City School

Christ the King Catholic School

Cookeville High School

Dean Middle School

Christian Academy/Louisville

Coram Deo Dallas

Deer Park Junior High School

Cicero-North Syracuse High School

Corner High School

DeSales University

Cinco Ranch Junior High School

Cotaco School

DeSoto Central High School

Clay-Battelle High School

Craigmont High School

Destin Middle School

Clay-Chalkville High School

Creekside Park Junior High School

Detroit Edison Public School Academy

Clear Falls High School

Creekwood Middle School

Diman Reg Voc Tech High School

Clear Fork High School

Cresthill Middle School

Dixie Hollins High School

Clements High School

Crews Lake Middle School

Dodd City High School

Clermont Northeastern High School

Cullman High School

Downing Middle School

Clinton Township Middle

Cypress Falls High School

Dresden High School

Coachella Valley High School

Cypress Ranch High School

Dublin Jerome High School

Collierville High School

Cypress Ridge High School

Dublin Scioto High School

Colonie Central High School

Cypress Springs High School

Dulles High School

D

Iron, MN ADVISER: Kristen Kenjalo REPRESENTATIVE: Kerry Nelson Chetek, WI ADVISER: Lisa Hable REPRESENTATIVE: Heidi Schahn

Tampa, FL ADVISER: Victoria Thaxton REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Ferguson

Louisville, KY ADVISER: Stephen Krebs REPRESENTATIVE: Elizabeth Knapp Cicero, NY ADVISERS: Amy Haven, Joe Farranto & Amy Furletti REPRESENTATIVE: Kathleen Smith Katy, TX ADVISER: Catlin Graham REPRESENTATIVE: Kathleen West

Blacksville, WV ADVISER: Christie Dawson REPRESENTATIVE: Doug Richardson Pinson, AL ADVISER: Emily Burkett REPRESENTATIVES: Richard Bishop & Chris Nail League City, TX ADVISER: Mary Graves REPRESENTATIVE: Cindy Moye Bellville, OH ADVISER: Heather Keating REPRESENTATIVE: Lindsey Swank Sugar Land, TX ADVISER: Fay Mayo REPRESENTATIVE: Ryan Almon Batavia, OH ADVISER: Bernadette Wayne REPRESENTATIVE: Jenny Hohn-Holmes Clinton, NJ ADVISERS: Lisa Waddell & Dawn Hauck REPRESENTATIVE: Sharon Bodnarchuk Thermal, CA ADVISER: Alexander Ku REPRESENTATIVE: Carla Gonzalez Collierville, TN ADVISER: Megan Jackson REPRESENTATIVE: Jeremy Jackson Colonie, NY ADVISER: Stacy Evans REPRESENTATIVE: Abby Herberg

Colony High School

Ontario, CA ADVISER: Christie Lane REPRESENTATIVE: Frank Ortiz

Pittsburgh, PA ADVISER: Vanessa Pfendler REPRESENTATIVE: Kasey Nicol Piscataway, NJ ADVISERS: Joanne Tomasso & Altagracia Petela REPRESENTATIVE: Sharon Bodnarchuk Cookeville, TN ADVISER: Vicky Brummitt REPRESENTATIVE: Josh Houston Dallas, TX ADVISER: Andrea Stewart REPRESENTATIVE: Hannah Davis Dora, AL ADVISER: Gina Clay REPRESENTATIVES: Richard Bishop & Chris Nail Somerville, AL ADVISER: Paula David REPRESENTATIVE: Chad Holland Memphis, TN ADVISER: Jason Kelly REPRESENTATIVE: Jeremy Jackson The Woodlands, TX ADVISER: Bonnie Dupuis REPRESENTATIVE: Mary Beth McIver

Kingwood, TX ADVISER: Laura Fine REPRESENTATIVE: Stephanie Hinson Highlands Ranch, CO ADVISER: Debbie DeLong REPRESENTATIVE: Rob Rathbun Spring Hill, FL ADVISER: Laura Hull REPRESENTATIVE: John Pantelis Cullman, AL ADVISER: Denise Burroughs REPRESENTATIVE: Jay Elmore Houston, TX ADVISER: Amber Jennings REPRESENTATIVE: Lisa Schwartz Cypress, TX ADVISER: Leah Goyer REPRESENTATIVE: Lisa Schwartz Houston, TX ADVISER: Rhema Baquero REPRESENTATIVE: Lisa Schwartz Cypress, TX ADVISER: Michael Damante REPRESENTATIVE: Lisa Schwartz

Hanover, NH ADVISER: Juliann Coombs REPRESENTATIVE: Nick Herberg Dayton, TN ADVISER: Toni Hudgins REPRESENTATIVE: Katie Welch Houston, TX ADVISER: Lara Edge REPRESENTATIVE: Kathleen West Deer Park, TX ADVISER: Lara McPhaul REPRESENTATIVE: Stephanie Hinson Center Valley, PA ADVISER: Matt McMonagle REPRESENTATIVE: Matt McLaughlin Southaven, MS ADVISER: Stephanie Risher REPRESENTATIVE: Scott Sitton

Destin, FL ADVISER: Amy Giraldo REPRESENTATIVE: Marvin J. Mayer Detroit, MI ADVISER: Melissa Bralock REPRESENTATIVE: Ramonda W. Hollenquest Fall River, MA ADVISER: Raymond Machado REPRESENTATIVE: Jamie Marcial

Saint Petersburg, FL ADVISER: Teresa Zemaitis REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Ferguson Dodd City, TX ADVISER: Krista Garrison REPRESENTATIVE: Valerie Araujo Flower Mound, TX ADVISER: Kayla Mick REPRESENTATIVE: Catherine Iden Dresden, TN ADVISER: Alison Page REPRESENTATIVE: Scott Sitton Dublin, OH ADVISER: Carrie McJunkin REPRESENTATIVE: Lindsey Swank Dublin, OH ADVISER: Amanda Leahy REPRESENTATIVE: Lindsey Swank Sugar Land, TX ADVISER: LInda Sylvester REPRESENTATIVE: Ryan Almon

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Columbia High School

Dakota Valley High School

East Central High School

Communication & Media Arts High School

Dallas International School

East Central High School

West Columbia, TX ADVISER: Jenny Kincannon REPRESENTATIVE: Lauren Schwartz Detroit, MI ADVISER: Corey Stokes REPRESENTATIVE: Ramonda W. Hollenquest

North Sioux City, SD ADVISER: Anna Michaelson REPRESENTATIVE: Linda Bernard Dallas, TX ADVISER: Zan Keith REPRESENTATIVE: Mickey Mehrens

San Antonio, TX ADVISER: Terri Real REPRESENTATIVE: Kathi Hopkins Moss Point, MS ADVISER: Michelle Goff REPRESENTATIVE: John David Box


East Chambers High School

Eva School

Friendswood Junior High School

East English Village Prep

Exeter Township Senior High School

Frontier Trail Middle School

Detroit, MI ADVISER: April McDaniels REPRESENTATIVE: Ramonda W. Hollenquest

East Hamilton Middle

Ooltewah, TN ADVISER: Mary Dennis REPRESENTATIVE: Katie Welch

Eva, AL ADVISER: Brooke Hudson REPRESENTATIVE: Chad Holland Reading, PA ADVISER: John White REPRESENTATIVE: Matt McLaughlin

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Friendswood, TX ADVISER: Toni McAfoos REPRESENTATIVE: Ryan Almon

Olathe, KS ADVISER: Amy Gingrich REPRESENTATIVE: Whitney Baker

Fulmore Middle School

Austin, TX ADVISER: Kim Tompkins REPRESENTATIVE: Morgan Tuggle

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East Juniata High School

F.M. Black Middle School

East Surry High School

Fairfield Area High School

Gaither High School

Eastside High School

Fairfield Junior-Senior High School

Galax High School

Edinburg High School

Fairmont Junior High School

Ganado High School

Edinburg North High School

Faith Baptist School

General Brown Junior-Senior High School

Edison High School

Faith Training Christian Academy

Gentry Junior High School

Edison Intermediate School

First Colony Middle School

George West High School

Edmeston Central School

Fisher Middle School

Geraldine High School

Edna High School

Fleetwood Senior High School

Germantown High School

El Segundo High School

Forest Lake High School

Gila Ridge High School

Elida High School

Fort Settlement Middle School

Girard College

Elizabeth Cobb Middle School

Fowlerville High School

Glen Allen High School

Emma Willard School

Foxborough High School

Glen Rose High School

Endeavor Academy

Frank Mitchell Intermediate School

Glenwood Springs Middle School

Englewood High School

Frankfort Community High School

Gonzales High School

Escuela Internacional Sampedrana

Friendswood High School

Goodpasture Christian School

McAlisterville, PA ADVISER: Andrew Ciecierski REPRESENTATIVE: Matt McLaughlin Pilot Mountain, NC ADVISER: Brandon Cook REPRESENTATIVE: Josh Lovell Gainesville, FL ADVISER: Heather Christian REPRESENTATIVE: John Pantelis Edinburg, TX ADVISER: Lamonica Tamez REPRESENTATIVE: Mary Harris Edinburg, TX ADVISER: Judy De La Rosa REPRESENTATIVE: Mary Harris

Edison, NJ ADVISER: Michele Witkowski REPRESENTATIVE: Sharon Bodnarchuk Westfield, NJ ADVISERS: Liz Delasandro & Debbie Devos REPRESENTATIVE: Sharon Bodnarchuk Edmeston, NY ADVISER: Casey Popiel REPRESENTATIVE: Kathleen Smith Edna, TX ADVISER: Andrew Wallace REPRESENTATIVE: Lauren Schwartz El Segundo, CA ADVISER: Nicole Adams REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Eddy Elida, OH ADVISER: Katie Glenn REPRESENTATIVE: Jenny Hohn-Holmes Tallahassee, FL ADVISER: Lois Sellers REPRESENTATIVE: Marvin J. Mayer Troy, NY ADVISER: Carolyn Vreeland REPRESENTATIVE: Abby Herberg Centennial, CO ADVISER: Marti Zimmerman REPRESENTATIVE: Rob Rathbun Englewood, CO ADVISER: Karla Schotts REPRESENTATIVE: Rob Rathbun Mario Rivas, San Pedro Sula, Honduras ADVISERS: Maria & Lila Vijil REPRESENTATIVE: Adrian Azpeitia

Houston, TX ADVISER: Jeanette Gillen REPRESENTATIVE: Stephanie Hinson Fairfield, PA ADVISER: Marcie Kozack REPRESENTATIVE: Matt McLaughlin Goshen, IN ADVISER: Richard Rossini REPRESENTATIVE: Nick Herberg

Pasadena, TX ADVISER: Kelly Sinclair REPRESENTATIVE: Stephanie Hinson Canoga Park, CA ADVISER: Ken Coleman REPRESENTATIVE: Karina Lopez Leesville, LA ADVISER: Sharon Hardwick REPRESENTATIVE: Lisa Leopard Sugar Land, TX ADVISER: Dawne Sanders REPRESENTATIVE: Ryan Almon Trenton, NJ ADVISER: Jesse Zadworney REPRESENTATIVE: Lori Bass Fleetwood, PA ADVISER: Sara Sanocki REPRESENTATIVE: Matt McLaughlin Forest Lake, MN ADVISER: Maria Kaiser REPRESENTATIVE: Kerry Nelson Sugar Land, TX ADVISER: Angela Miller REPRESENTATIVE: Ryan Almon

Fowlerville, MI ADVISER: Michelle Hardenbrook REPRESENTATIVE: Craig Talsma Foxborough, MA ADVISER: Ellen Pillsbury REPRESENTATIVE: Jamie Marcial Vilonia, AR ADVISER: Anna Shannon REPRESENTATIVE: Pamela Hopkins West Frankfort, IL ADVISER: Amanda Neibch REPRESENTATIVE: Jim Hawkinson Friendswood, TX ADVISER: Pete Wise REPRESENTATIVE: Ryan Almon

Tampa, FL ADVISER: Josephine Slonena REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Ferguson Galax, VA ADVISER: Jillian Gravley REPRESENTATIVE: Katie Welch Ganado, TX ADVISER: Christy Janssen REPRESENTATIVE: Lauren Schwartz Dexter, NY ADVISER: Casilda Peckham REPRESENTATIVE: Kathleen Smith

Baytown, TX ADVISER: Tara Fountain REPRESENTATIVE: Stephanie Hinson George West, TX ADVISER: Nicole Galloway REPRESENTATIVE: Robyn Stech Geraldine, AL ADVISER: Valerie Arnold REPRESENTATIVE: Chad Holland Germantown, TN ADVISER: Ashley Walden REPRESENTATIVE: Jeremy Jackson Yuma, AZ ADVISER: Danielle Strom REPRESENTATIVE: David Honnold Philadelphia, PA ADVISER: Scott Sowers REPRESENTATIVE: Carolyn Oldham Glen Allen, VA ADVISER: Taren Meekins REPRESENTATIVES: Scott & Tami Stalcup Glen Rose, TX ADVISER: Connie McCormick REPRESENTATIVE: Cheryl Chrisman Glenwood Springs, CO ADVISER: Karrie Braswell REPRESENTATIVE: Rob Rathbun

Gonzales, TX ADVISER: Jami Owens REPRESENTATIVE: Lauren Schwartz Madison, TN ADVISER: Dana Brimm REPRESENTATIVE: Josh Houston

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Winnie, TX ADVISER: Carla Gardner REPRESENTATIVE: Lee Briggs


Honorable Mention

Goose Creek Memorial

Hamburg High School

Highlands Christian

Gordo High School

Hamilton Junior High School

Hillcrest Christian School

Grace Christian

Hamilton Middle School

Hilliard Davidson High School

Hamshire Fannett High School

Hillsborough High School

Hardee Senior High School

Hillsdale College

Hardin County High School

Hokes Bluff High School

Harlan High School

Holy Rosary School

Harmony Science-North Austin

Honey Grove High School

Harrison High School

Hopkins School

Harrison High School

Horace Mann Middle School

Harrison Junior High School

Horn High School

Baytown, TX ADVISER: Leah Hopper REPRESENTATIVE: Stephanie Hinson Gordo, AL ADVISER: Amy Kalb REPRESENTATIVE: Jay Elmore Alexandria, LA ADVISER: Connie Chambley REPRESENTATIVE: Lisa Leopard

Grace Community School

Tyler, TX ADVISER: Karin Davis REPRESENTATIVE: Debbie Vaughn

Grace School

Houston, TX ADVISERS: Melissa Paul & Andrea Spence REPRESENTATIVE: Lisa Schwartz

Grace St. Luke’s Episcopal School Memphis, TN ADVISER: Kimberly White REPRESENTATIVE: Jeremy Jackson

Graham High School

Bluefield, VA ADVISER: Katie Chaffin REPRESENTATIVE: Katie Welch

Graham Middle School

Bluefield, VA ADVISER: Karen Sluss REPRESENTATIVE: Katie Welch

Grandview High School

Grandview, TX ADVISER: Julie Holloway REPRESENTATIVE: Therese Friemel

Granville High

Granville, OH ADVISER: Judith Henderson REPRESENTATIVE: Lindsey Swank

Graves County High School

Mayfield, KY ADVISER: Heather Miller REPRESENTATIVE: Jim Hawkinson

Grayson County High School Independence, VA ADVISER: Julianne Jones REPRESENTATIVE: Katie Welch

Greenway High School

Coleraine, MN ADVISER: Diane Levar REPRESENTATIVE: Heidi Schahn

Gresham Middle School

Knoxville, TN ADVISER: John Coppeans REPRESENTATIVE: Katie Welch

Gretna High School

Gretna, NE ADVISER: Gretchen Baijnauth REPRESENTATIVE: Linda Bernard

Groom High School

Groom, TX ADVISER: Lisa Roskens REPRESENTATIVE: Dennis Ball

Guntersville High School

Guntersville, AL ADVISER: Lindsey Hornbuckle REPRESENTATIVE: Chad Holland

GSMST

Lawrenceville, GA ADVISER: Adam Brown REPRESENTATIVE: Tara Hays

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Haddonfield High School

Haddonfield, NJ ADVISER: Julie Smart REPRESENTATIVE: Carolyn Oldham

Hamburg, AR ADVISER: Summer Robertson REPRESENTATIVE: Jay Barnes Hamilton, MI ADVISER: Jane Naber REPRESENTATIVE: Craig Talsma

Cypress, TX ADVISER: Kim Lloyd REPRESENTATIVE: Kathleen West Hamshire, TX ADVISER: Tayler Hatcher REPRESENTATIVE: Lee Briggs

Wauchula, FL ADVISER: Kristine Dewey REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Ferguson Savannah, TN ADVISERS: Diane Fowler & Amy Adkisson REPRESENTATIVE: Scott Sitton Chicago, IL ADVISER: Gerald Sheahan Jr. REPRESENTATIVE: Brad Nemsick Pflugerville, TX ADVISER: Anna Long REPRESENTATIVE: Morgan Tuggle

Farmington, MI ADVISER: Lisa Marie Dean REPRESENTATIVE: Ramonda W. Hollenquest Harrison, AR ADVISER: Rebeca Crow REPRESENTATIVE: Pamela Hopkins Harrison, OH ADVISER: Lesley Fette REPRESENTATIVE: Jennifer Hohn

Hartselle High School

Hartselle, AL ADVISER: Dyroma Burroughs REPRESENTATIVE: Chad Holland

Hazel Green High School

Hazel Green, AL ADVISER: Angela DeHart REPRESENTATIVE: Chad Holland

Helena High School

Helena, MT ADVISER: Kayla Lunnon REPRESENTATIVE: David Honnold

Henderson High School

Henderson, TX ADVISER: Alisha McGee REPRESENTATIVE: Debbie Vaughn

Henry Clay High School

Lexington, KY ADVISER: Tommy Craft REPRESENTATIVE: Elizabeth Knapp

Heuvelton Central School

Heuvelton, NY ADVISERS: Joan Fischer & Ashley Putney REPRESENTATIVE: Kathleen Smith

Hewitt-Trussville Middle School

Trussville, AL ADVISER: Darrell Stovall REPRESENTATIVES: Richard Bishop & Chris Nail

High Meadows

Roswell, GA ADVISER: Danielle Wright REPRESENTATIVE: Tara Hays

San Bruno, CA ADVISER: David Abella REPRESENTATIVE: Shelly Townsend Jackson, MS ADVISER: Sandra Bridges REPRESENTATIVE: Karen Loden Hilliard, OH ADVISER: Heidi Burke REPRESENTATIVE: Lindsey Swank

Hillsborough, NJ ADVISER: Diane Bavier REPRESENTATIVE: Sharon Bodnarchuk Hillsdale, MI ADVISER: Maria Servold REPRESENTATIVE: Craig Talsma Hokes Bluff, AL ADVISER: Michelle Bishop REPRESENTATIVES: Richard Bishop & Chris Nail Memphis, TN ADVISER: Nancy Neal REPRESENTATIVE: Jeremy Jackson Honey Grove, TX ADVISER: Rachel Nelson REPRESENTATIVE: Valerie Araujo New Haven, CT ADVISERS: Kristen Abraham, Ian Melchinger & Elisa Turner REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Russo Colorado Springs, CO ADVISER: Jennifer Scott REPRESENTATIVE: Rob Rathbun

Mesquite, TX ADVISER: Natalie Vigdal REPRESENTATIVE: Jim Anderson

Houston Christian High School Houston, TX ADVISER: Heidi McCurdy REPRESENTATIVE: Hal Schmidt

Houston High School

Germantown, TN ADVISER: Andrea Cox REPRESENTATIVE: Jeremy Jackson

HSPVA

Houston, TX ADVISER: Lynley Cardenas REPRESENTATIVE: Lisa Schwartz

Houston Middle School

Germantown, TN ADVISERS: Robin Rudisill & Elizabeth Hume REPRESENTATIVE: Jeremy Jackson

Hudson Bend Middle School

Austin, TX ADVISER: Tanya Henslee REPRESENTATIVE: Stacy Mehrens

Hueytown High School

Hueytown, AL ADVISER: Allison Bland REPRESENTATIVES: Richard Bishop & Chris Nail

Huffines Middle School

Lewisville, TX ADVISER: Riana Ramirez REPRESENTATIVE: Valerie Araujo

Huffman Middle School

Huffman, TX ADVISER: Valerie Bardwell REPRESENTATIVE: Stephanie Hinson


Humble, TX ADVISER: Sandyia Payton REPRESENTATIVE: Hal Schmidt

Huntingdon Area High School

Huntingdon, PA ADVISERS: Mary Ann Buckley & Erin Schaffer REPRESENTATIVE: Matt McLaughlin

Huntingdon High School

Huntingdon, TN ADVISER: Julie Sims REPRESENTATIVE: Scott Sitton

Huntington High School

Chillicothe, OH ADVISER: Cathy Adams REPRESENTATIVE: Jenny Hohn-Holmes

Huntsville High School

Huntsville, AL ADVISER: Julie Williams REPRESENTATIVE: Chad Holland

Huntsville High School

Huntsville, TX ADVISER: Lisa Black REPRESENTATIVE: David Miller

Hutchinson Middle School Lubbock, TX ADVISER: Marci Beene REPRESENTATIVE: Susan Cox

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Illinois Math & Science Academy Aurora, IL ADVISER: Kevin Kusy REPRESENTATIVE: Sarah Smith

Incarnate Word Academy Middle Level Corpus Christi, TX ADVISER: Marco Vazquez REPRESENTATIVE: Robyn Stech

Independence High School

Thompson’s Station, TN ADVISER: Natalie Graham REPRESENTATIVE: Josh Houston

Indian River High School

Philadelphia, NY ADVISERS: Dustin Burdick & Rebecca Yerdon REPRESENTATIVE: Kathleen Smith

Indian Springs High School

San Bernardino, CA ADVISER: Jessica Evanson REPRESENTATIVE: Carla Gonzalez

Indio High School

Indio, CA ADVISER: Tom Buck REPRESENTATIVE: Frank Ortiz

Industrial High School Vanderbilt, TX ADVISER: Lisa Bullock REPRESENTATIVE: Lauren Schwartz

International American School of Cancun Cancun, Qunitana Roo, Mexico ADVISER: Alejandra Velazquez REPRESENTATIVE: Adrian Azpeitia

Iowa Park Junior High School

Iowa Park, TX ADVISER: Stephanie Roberts REPRESENTATIVE: Therese Friemel

Island Trees Memorial Middle School Little Ferry, NJ ADVISER: Maureen Martin REPRESENTATIVE: Neil Sanders

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J.B. Smith Middle School

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Katy High School

Jacksonville High School

Keller High School

Jefferson County North High School

Keswick Christian

Jefferson Twp. Middle School

Killian Middle School

Jefferson West High School

Kilo Middle School

Jehue Middle School

Kings Mountain Middle

Jena High School

Kingwood Middle School

Jersey Village High School

Klahowya Secondary School

Jewish Day School

Knight High School

Joe Tison Junior High School

Krum High School

Cypress, TX ADVISER: Allie Schielack REPRESENTATIVE: Kathleen West Jacksonville, NC ADVISER: Kathy Mackesy REPRESENTATIVE: Josh Lovell Winchester, KS ADVISER: Cindy Johnson REPRESENTATIVE: Whitney Baker

Oak Ridge, NJ ADVISERS: Gail Walker & Patricia Szuszkowski REPRESENTATIVE: Sharon Bodnarchuk Meriden, KS ADVISER: Lisa Sage REPRESENTATIVE: Whitney Baker Colton, CA ADVISER: Steven Lane REPRESENTATIVE: Carla Gonzalez Jena, LA ADVISER: Betsy Warwick REPRESENTATIVE: Jay Barnes Houston, TX ADVISER: Margie Comstock REPRESENTATIVE: Lisa Schwartz Bellevue, WA ADVISER: Missy Krufka REPRESENTATIVE: Kerri Smead Weatherford, TX ADVISER: Leslie Fenton REPRESENTATIVE: Milani Arguelles

John Marshall High School

San Antonio, TX ADVISER: Lisa Schweers REPRESENTATIVE: Kathi Hopkins

John Paul II High School

Plano, TX ADVISER: Kristy Rodgers REPRESENTATIVE: Catherine Iden

John S. Battle High School Bristol, VA ADVISER: Karen Carrier REPRESENTATIVE: Katie Welch

John T. Hoggard High School Wilmington, NC ADVISER: Beth Swindell REPRESENTATIVE: Josh Lovell

Johnson County High School Mountain City, TN ADVISER: Brenda Arnold REPRESENTATIVE: Katie Welch

Jonesboro ISD

Jonesboro, TX ADVISER: LaDaryl Bates REPRESENTATIVE: Mickey Mehrens

Julian Middle School

Oak Park, IL ADVISERS: Kate Tysse & Miranda Tucker REPRESENTATIVE: Brad Nemsick

Katy, TX ADVISER: Johanna Schneider REPRESENTATIVE: Ryan Almon Keller, TX ADVISER: David Williams REPRESENTATIVE: Cheryl Chrisman Saint Petersburg, FL ADVISER: Melissa Youmans REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Ferguson Lewisville, TX ADVISER: Amber Crowell REPRESENTATIVE: Valerie Araujo Aubur, WA ADVISERS: Bob Morse & Derrick Flavel REPRESENTATIVE: Talli Gonyaw Kings Mountain, NC ADVISER: Windy Bagwell REPRESENTATIVE: Josh Lovell Kingwood, TX ADVISER: Angela Sims REPRESENTATIVE: Stephanie Hinson Silverdale, WA ADVISER: Gordon Little REPRESENTATIVE: Talli Gonyaw Palmdale, CA ADVISER: Mary Baxter REPRESENTATIVE: Frank Ortiz Krum, TX ADVISER: Stacey Lucas REPRESENTATIVE: Jim Anderson

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La Feria High School

La Feria, TX ADVISER: Rolando Gonzales REPRESENTATIVE: Mary Harris

LaBelle High School

LaBelle, FL ADVISER: Sara Childers REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Ferguson

Lake Highlands High School

Dallas, TX ADVISER: Catherine Faught REPRESENTATIVE: Catherine Iden

Lakeside High School

Atlanta, GA ADVISER: Heather Hoyne REPRESENTATIVE: Tara Hays

Lakeview Middle School

Winter Garden, FL ADVISER: Sara Venezia REPRESENTATIVE: Cindy Lunsford

Lakeville North High School Lakeville, MN ADVISER: Amy Clark REPRESENTATIVE: Shannon Hart

Lakewood High School

Lakewood, CA ADVISER: Charla Brummel REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Eddy

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Lamar Middle School

Los Altos High School

Maury Middle School

Lamar Middle School

Louis Brandeis High School

Mayde Creek High School

Lancaster Bible College

Lufkin High School

McAdory High School

Flower Mound, TX ADVISER: Carrie Becker REPRESENTATIVE: Hannah Davis Irving, TX ADVISER: April Richmond REPRESENTATIVE: Hannah Davis Lancaster, PA ADVISER: Dr. Michael Freeman REPRESENTATIVE: Matt McLaughlin

Langham Creek High School Houston, TX ADVISER: James Ricks REPRESENTATIVE: Lisa Schwartz

Hacienda Heights, CA ADVISER: Kim Banda REPRESENTATIVE: Frank Ortiz San Antonio, TX ADVISER: Kristin Hale REPRESENTATIVE: Kathi Hopkins Lufkin, TX ADVISER: Tim Krause REPRESENTATIVE: Tisha Nowak

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Dandridge, TN ADVISER: Saralyn Rollins REPRESENTATIVE: Mandy Zientek Houston, TX ADVISER: Sheryl Stephenson REPRESENTATIVE: Hal Schmidt McCalla, AL ADVISER: Anthony Cooper REPRESENTATIVES: Richard Bishop & Chris Nail

McAllen High School

McAllen, TX ADVISER: Jennifer Rodriguez REPRESENTATIVE: Mary Harris

Lausanne Collegiate School

Madison Plains High School

McGill-Toolen Catholic School

Leaman Junior High

Magnolia Junior High

McGuffey High School

Lecanto High School

Mahtomedi High School

McKamy Middle School

Lecanto Middle School

Mahwah High School

McMillen High School

Legacy Christian Academy

Maine Endwell High School

McNair Middle School

Lehigh University

Mance Park Middle School

McNeil High School

Leon High School

Manhattan Beach Middle School

Meadowcreek High School

Leonard High School

Maple Lake High School

Memorial High School

Lexington High School

Marian High School

Memorial Middle School

Lighthouse Christian School

Mariner High School

Memorial Middle School

LILA High School

Marion County High School

Memorial Middle School

Lincoln Middle School

Marion Senior High School

Mendham Township Middle School

Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School

Marshall Middle School

Middleburg High School

Loara High School

Maryville High School

Middlebury Union High School

Logos Prep Academy

Mathews High School

Middleton High School

Memphis, TN ADVISER: Michael Naya REPRESENTATIVE: Jeremy Jackson Fulshear, TX ADVISER: Megan Sanford REPRESENTATIVE: Cindy Moye Lecanto, FL ADVISER: Marcy Stitzel REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Ferguson Lecanto, FL ADVISER: Suzie Martin REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Ferguson Andover, MN ADVISER: Andy Anderson REPRESENTATIVE: Shannon Hart Bethlehem, PA ADVISER: Linda Lipko REPRESENTATIVE: Ed Patrick Tallahassee, FL ADVISER: Michelle McFatter REPRESENTATIVE: Marvin J. Mayer Leonard, TX ADVISER: Nancy Longino REPRESENTATIVE: Catherine Iden Lexington, TN ADVISER: Susan Walker REPRESENTATIVE: Scott Sitton Gig Harbor, WA ADVISER: Tami Sullivan REPRESENTATIVE: Talli Gonyaw

Forest Lake, MN ADVISERS: Melissa Navratil & Adriane Kruegar REPRESENTATIVE: Heidi Schahn Hawthorne, NJ ADVISER: Kaitlyn Casapulla REPRESENTATIVE: Sharon Bodnarchuk Orange, TX ADVISER: Lindsey Standley REPRESENTATIVE: Lee Briggs

Anaheim, CA ADVISER: Paul Chylinski REPRESENTATIVE: Frank Ortiz Sugarland, TX ADVISER: Pamela Samuels REPRESENTATIVE: Cindy Moye

London, OH ADVISER: Meredith Smith REPRESENTATIVE: Jenny Hohn-Holmes Magnolia, TX ADVISER: Melinda Savoy REPRESENTATIVE: Mary Beth McIver Mahtomedi, MN ADVISER: Craig Mickelson REPRESENTATIVE: Kerry Nelson Mahwah, NJ ADVISERS: Samantha Lontine & Elissa Cording REPRESENTATIVE: Sharon Bodnarchuk Endwell, NY ADVISER: David Beard REPRESENTATIVE: Kathleen Smith Huntsville, TX ADVISER: Shelley Petkovsek REPRESENTATIVE: David Miller Manhattan Beach, CA ADVISER: Jennifer Pottish REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Eddy

Maple Lake, MN ADVISER: Jean Elsenpeter REPRESENTATIVE: Shannon Hart Bloomfield Hills, MI ADVISER: Molly Varbedian REPRESENTATIVE: Ramonda W. Hollenquest Cape Coral, FL ADVISER: Michael Chessnoe REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Ferguson Guin, AL ADVISER: Amber Beckon REPRESENTATIVE: Jay Elmore

Marion, VA ADVISER: Kristin Untiedt-Barnett REPRESENTATIVE: Katie Welch Houston, TX ADVISER: Sergio Luviano REPRESENTATIVE: Stephanie Hinson Maryville, TN ADVISER: Maria Greene REPRESENTATIVE: Ben Smith Mathews, VA ADVISER: Steve Casper REPRESENTATIVES: Tami & Scott Stalcup

Mobile, AL ADVISER: Lindsay Koen REPRESENTATIVE: Karen Loden Claysville, PA ADVISER: Caitlyn Group REPRESENTATIVE: Kasey Nicol

Flower Mound, TX ADVISER: Sue Warriner REPRESENTATIVE: Hannah Davis Murphy, TX ADVISER: Robin Liesenfelt REPRESENTATIVE: Catherine Iden San Antonio, TX ADVISER: Charlena Vinglass REPRESENTATIVE: Kathi Hopkins Austin, TX ADVISER: Theresa Proctor REPRESENTATIVE: Morgan Tuggle Norcross, GA ADVISER: Lindsay Simpson REPRESENTATIVE: Tara Hays

Port Arthur, TX ADVISER: Nichelle Thibodeaux REPRESENTATIVE: Will Holder Little Ferry, NJ ADVISER: Jacleen Rizzi REPRESENTATIVE: Sharon Bodnarchuk Houston, TX ADVISER: Stephanie Aguirre REPRESENTATIVE: Kathleen West Winnsboro, TX ADVISER: Brandi Putnam REPRESENTATIVE: Debbie Vaughn Brookside, NJ ADVISER: Geri Esposito REPRESENTATIVE: Sharon Bodnarchuk Middleburg, FL ADVISER: Margaret Begin REPRESENTATIVE: Kristen Kirkendall Middlebury, VT ADVISER: Matt Ottinger REPRESENTATIVE: Nick Herberg

Tampa, FL ADVISER: Christian Hines REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Ferguson


Minersville Area High School

Nelsonville York High

Northern Highlands Regional High School

Mission Trail Middle School

Nevis High School

Northgate High School

Missouri University of Science/ Tech

New Brighton High School

Northland Christian High School

Model Lab School

New Canaan High School

Northside Christian School

Monsignor Kelly Catholic High School

New Caney High School

Monticello High School

Newark Charter High School

Oak Grove Middle School

Moorhead Junior High School

Nicholas County High School

Oak Grove Middle School

Moorhead Middle School

Nicholas County High School

Oak Hill Academy

Moreno Valley High School

Nicholls State University

Oak Park High School

Morgantown High School

Nikki Rowe High School

Oak Park High School

Morristown-Hamblen High School East

Norcross High School

Ocoee Middle School

Morton Ranch High School

Norris Middle School

Ogdensburg Free Academy

Mounds View High School

North Arlington Middle School

Olive Branch High School

Mount Vernon High School

North Davidson High School

Osceola High School

Mulberry Middle School

North Laurel High School

Osseo High School

North Plainfield High School

Otsego High School

Natchitoches Central High School

North Warren Regional High School

Our Lady of Prompt Succor

Nederland High School

Northbrook High School

Nelson County High School

Northeastern Randolph Middle

Olathe, KS ADVISER: Joycelyn Fasulo REPRESENTATIVE: Whitney Baker Rolla, MO ADVISER: Tegan Brand REPRESENTATIVE: Liz Bardin

Richmond, KY ADVISER: Bryan Wilson REPRESENTATIVE: Becky Goins Beaumont, TX ADVISER: Nina Felix REPRESENTATIVE: Lee Briggs

Charlottesville, VA ADVISER: Beverly McCaskill REPRESENTATIVES: Scott & Tami Stalcup Conroe, TX ADVISER: Matt Tullos REPRESENTATIVE: Mary Beth McIver Moorhead, MN ADVISER: Brian Cole REPRESENTATIVE: Kerry Nelson Moreno Valley, CA ADVISER: Teresa Espinosa REPRESENTATIVE: Carla Gonzalez Morgantown, WV ADVISER: Tiphani Davis REPRESENTATIVE: Doug Richardson Morristown, TN ADVISER: Cathy McClellan REPRESENTATIVE: Katie Welch

Katy, TX ADVISER: Tiffany Shirey REPRESENTATIVE: Lisa Schwartz Arden Hills, MN ADVISER: Ingrid Kleinjan REPRESENTATIVE: Kerry Nelson Mount Vernon, OH ADVISER: David Caldwell REPRESENTATIVE: Lindsey Swank Mulberry, FL ADVISER: Sarah Titak REPRESENTATIVE: John Pantelis

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Natchitoches, LA ADVISER: Barbara Page REPRESENTATIVE: Lisa Leopard Nederland, TX ADVISER: Brian Hillsten REPRESENTATIVE: Lee Briggs

Bardstown, KY ADVISER: Dan Bradley REPRESENTATIVE: Elizabeth Knapp

Nelsonville, OH ADVISER: Becky Joyce REPRESENTATIVE: Lindsey Swank Nevis, MN ADVISER: Lynne Gustafson REPRESENTATIVE: Heidi Schahn New Brighton, PA ADVISER: Linda Runatz REPRESENTATIVE: Kasey Nicol New Canaan, CT ADVISERS: James Zambarano & Paul Gallo REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Russo New Caney, TX ADVISER: Eric Russell REPRESENTATIVE: Tisha Nowak Newark, DE ADVISER: Frank Cucciare REPRESENTATIVE: Carolyn Oldham Carlisle, KY ADVISER: Lavonda Eaglin REPRESENTATIVE: Becky Goins Newport, TN ADVISER: Justin Norton REPRESENTATIVE: Katie Welch

Thibodaux, LA ADVISERS: Nicole Boudreaux & Hollyn Millet REPRESENTATIVE: Lisa Leopard McAllen, TX ADVISER: Angela Gevock REPRESENTATIVE: Mary Harris Norcross, GA ADVISER: Lauren O’Connor REPRESENTATIVE: Tara Hays Norris, TN ADVISER: Ashley McInturff REPRESENTATIVE: Katie Welch North Arlington, NJ ADVISERS: Juliann Sedlock & Michelle Keeler REPRESENTATIVE: Sharon Bodnarchuk Lexington, NC ADVISER: Adrianne Quigley REPRESENTATIVE: Josh Lovell

London, KY ADVISERS: Kelli Gray & Wilma Sears REPRESENTATIVE: Becky Goins North Plainfield, NJ ADVISER: Jennifer Kittle REPRESENTATIVE: Sharon Bodnarchuk Blairstown, NJ ADVISERS: Stephanie Baier & Sarina Roman REPRESENTATIVE: Sharon Bodnarchuk Houston, TX ADVISER: Jennifer Thorpe REPRESENTATIVE: Lisa Schwartz Liberty, NC ADVISER: Melissa Smith REPRESENTATIVE: Josh Lovell

Allendale, NJ ADVISERS: Doreen Albano & Mary Lardiere REPRESENTATIVE: Sharon Bondarchuk Newnan, GA ADVISER: Kathi Wright REPRESENTATIVE: Tara Hays Houston, TX ADVISER: Karen Stork REPRESENTATIVE: Mary Beth McIver Saint Petersburg, FL ADVISER: Bethany Sweeney REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Ferguson

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Winston-Salem, NC ADVISERS: Brandi Brink & Courtney Carr REPRESENTATIVE: Josh Lovell Hattiesburg, MS ADVISER: Kevin Ramsey REPRESENTATIVE: Karen Loden Mouth Of Wilson, VA ADVISER: Tommie Sargent REPRESENTATIVE: Katie Welch Oak Park, MI ADVISER: Lisa St. John REPRESENTATIVE: Ramonda W. Hollenquest Kansas City, MO ADVISER: Frieda Green REPRESENTATIVE: Whitney Baker Cleveland, TN ADVISER: Heather Wilson REPRESENTATIVE: Katie Welch Ogdensburg, NY ADVISER: Christina Frank REPRESENTATIVE: Kathleen Smith Olive Branch, MS ADVISER: Mandy Shackelford REPRESENTATIVE: Scott Sitton Largo, FL ADVISER: Rhonda DeAtley REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Ferguson Osseo, MN ADVISER: Katie Riley REPRESENTATIVE: Shannon Hart Ostego, MN ADVISER: Jackie Trometter REPRESENTATIVE: Craig Talsma Alexandria, LA ADVISER: Ashley Green REPRESENTATIVE: Lisa Leopard

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Page High School

Franklin, TN ADVISER: Megan Comer REPRESENTATIVE: Josh Houston

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Minersville, PA ADVISER: Kelsey Weachock REPRESENTATIVE: Matt McLaughlin


Honorable Mention

Palisades Charter High School Pacific Palisades, CA ADVISER: Rick Steil REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Eddy

Palm Springs High School Palm Springs, CA ADVISER: William Kauffman REPRESENTATIVE: Frank Ortiz

Pamlico County High School Bayboro, NC ADVISER: Kerry Ellenburg REPRESENTATIVE: Josh Lovell

Park View Middle School

Cranston, RI ADVISER: Alicia Hawkins REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Russo

Parkside School

Peru, IL ADVISER: Julie Jenkins REPRESENTATIVE: Sarah Smith

Parkview High School

Lilburn, GA ADVISER: Carol May REPRESENTATIVE: Tara Hays

Parkway Central Middle School Chesterfield, MO ADVISER: Lindsey Katz REPRESENTATIVE: Liz Bardin

Pascagoula High School

Pascagoula, MS ADVISER: Karly Richardson REPRESENTATIVE: Karen Loden

Patrick Henry High School Glade Spring, VA ADVISER: Michele Duncan REPRESENTATIVE: Katie Welch

Pearland High School

Pearland, TX ADVISER: Michelle Robinett REPRESENTATIVE: Ryan Almon

Pearland Junior High-West

Pearland, TX ADVISERS: Mara Williams & Julie Pasha REPRESENTATIVE: David Miller

Peninsula High School

Gig Harbor, WA ADVISER: Andrew Hosford REPRESENTATIVE: Talli Gonyaw

Pepperell High School

Lindale, GA ADVISER: David Mowery REPRESENTATIVES: Richard Bishop & Chris Nail

Pequannock Valley School

Pompton Plains, NJ ADVISERS: Christina Marks & Brenda Adams REPRESENTATIVE: Sharon Bodnarchuk

Pickerington High School Central Pickerington, OH ADVISER: Lindsey Levino REPRESENTATIVE: Lindsey Swank

Pin Oak Middle School

Bellaire, TX ADVISER: Autumn Beckman REPRESENTATIVE: Cindy Moye

Pineview Middle School

Marietta, GA ADVISER: Kim Saavedra REPRESENTATIVE: John Pantelis

Pineville Junior High School Pineville, LA ADVISER: Teri Cavanaugh REPRESENTATIVE: Lisa Leopard

Pinson Valley High School

Pinson, AL ADVISERS: Melissa Jones & Carissa Blair REPRESENTATIVES: Richard Bishop & Chris Nail

Piscataway High School

Piscataway, NJ ADVISERS: Sarah Coppola, Dawne Dionisio &

Jennifer O’Neill

REPRESENTATIVE: Sharon Bodnarchuk

Plainview High School

Ardmore, OK ADVISER: Christy Parham REPRESENTATIVE: Valerie Araujo

Pomona Catholic High School

Pomona, CA ADVISER: Olga Zorrilla REPRESENTATIVE: Carla Gonzalez

Portland High School

Portland, MI ADVISER: Alexandra Stamm REPRESENTATIVE: Craig Talsma

Powell Middle School

Brooksville, FL ADVISER: David Pletincks REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Ferguson

Prairie Trail Junior High

Olathe, KS ADVISER: Susan Warner REPRESENTATIVE: Whitney Baker

Presbyterian Christian School Hattiesburg, MS ADVISER: Alexis Dorman REPRESENTATIVE: John David Box

Prestonwood Christian Academy Plano, TX ADVISER: Meg Miller REPRESENTATIVE: Mickey Mehrens

Priceville High School

Decatur, AL ADVISER: Cathy Thompson REPRESENTATIVE: Jay Elmore

Princeton High School

Princeton, MN ADVISER: Jade Joseph REPRESENTATIVE: Heidi Schahn

Pulaski Junior-Senior High School Pulaski, NY ADVISER: Linda Burns REPRESENTATIVE: Kathleen Smith

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Quibbletown Middle School

Piscataway, NJ ADVISERS: Maribel Hernandez & Carleigh Zielinski REPRESENTATIVE: Sharon Bodnarchuk

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Randolph School

Huntsville, AL ADVISER: Elizabeth Abrams REPRESENTATIVE: Chad Holland

Red Bank Catholic High School Red Bank, NJ ADVISER: Patty Valente REPRESENTATIVE: Lori Bass

Red Land High School

Lewisberry, PA ADVISERS: Stacey Epler & Devon Miller REPRESENTATIVE: Ed Patrick

Rice University

Houston, TX ADVISER: Kelley Lash REPRESENTATIVE: Ryan Almon

Richlands High School

Richlands, VA ADVISER: Tracy Thomas REPRESENTATIVE: Katie Welch

Ridge Point High School

Missouri City, TX ADVISER: Susanna Jakubik REPRESENTATIVE: Ryan Almon

Rio Grande City High School Rio Grande City, TX ADVISER: Omar Riojas REPRESENTATIVE: Mary Harris

River Oaks Baptist School

Houston, TX ADVISER: Jan Edwards REPRESENTATIVE: Lisa Schwartz

Riverdale High School

Murfreesboro, TN ADVISER: Edie Pondillo REPRESENTATIVE: Josh Houston

Riverwatch Middle School Suwanee, GA ADVISER: Linda Scheaffer REPRESENTATIVE: Tara Hays

Riverwood Middle School

Kingwood, TX ADVISER: Scott Adley REPRESENTATIVE: Stephanie Hinson

Robert A. Millikan High School Long Beach, CA ADVISER: Deidre Wood REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Eddy

Robert E. Lee High School-Baytown Baytown, TX ADVISER: Katie Dean REPRESENTATIVE: Stephanie Hinson

Robert E. Lee High School

San Angelo, TX ADVISER: Tisha Rehn REPRESENTATIVE: Doug Altom

Rockport Fulton Middle School Rockport, TX ADVISER: Charlotte Henderson REPRESENTATIVE: Robyn Stech

Rogers Middle School

Long Beach, CA ADVISER: Shauneen Bell REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Eddy

Rolling Hills Preparatory School San Pedro, CA ADVISER: Rebecca Kandel-Scott REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Eddy

Roosevelt Middle School

River Forest, IL ADVISER: Amy Rains REPRESENTATIVE: Brad Nemsick

Rosary High School

Aurora, IL ADVISER: Faith Etheridge REPRESENTATIVE: Brad Nemsick

Rose Hill Middle School

Redmond, WA ADVISER: Tom Charouhas REPRESENTATIVE: Kerri Smead

Roseburg High School

Roseburg, OR ADVISER: Mary Echman REPRESENTATIVE: Karen Roberts

Ross Sterling Middle School

Humble, TX ADVISER: Stephanie Cox REPRESENTATIVE: Stephanie Hinson

Royal Valley High School

Hoyt, KS ADVISER: Stephanie Switzky REPRESENTATIVE: Whitney Baker

Russellville High School

Russellville, AL ADVISER: AnnaKay Holland REPRESENTATIVES: Richard Bishop & Chris Nail


Seton High School

Southern Middle School

Shadow Ridge Middle School

Southside High School

Sacred Heart Academy

Sharpstown International School

Southwest Christian Academy

Saguaro High School

Shiner High School

Southwest Mississippi Community College

Sam Rayburn High School

Shirley A. Hall Middle School

Southwest Onslow High School

San Angelo Central High School

Sibley East High School

SW Assemblies of God University

San Bernardino High School

Siegel High School

Space Center Intermediate School

San Elijo Middle School

Smith Middle School

Sparkman Middle School

Santa Fe High School

Snohomish High School

Spring Forest Junior High School

Saranac Central High School

Solvay High School

Spring Lake Park High School

Schuylkill Haven High School

Somerville High School

Spring Woods High School

Scott County High School

Souderton Area High School

Springville High School

Scotts Hill High School

South Doyle High School

St. Agnes Academy

Scottsboro High School

South Orange Middle School

St. Andrew’s Episcopal School

Seabrook Intermediate School

South Plainfield High School

St. Benedict at Auburndale

Sebring High School

South Plainfield Middle School

St. Bernard High School

Seffner Christian Academy

South River High School

St. Croix Preparatory Academy

Seminole High School

South St. Paul High School

St. Edmund’s Academy

Serrano Middle School

Southeast High School

St. Francis Episcopal School

Rutland, VT ADVISER: Clarena Renfrow REPRESENTATIVE: Nick Herberg

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Louisville, KY ADVISER: Allie Teta REPRESENTATIVE: Elizabeth Knapp Scottsdale, AZ ADVISER: Matt Bohnert REPRESENTATIVE: Susan Fearnside Pasadena, TX ADVISER: Crystal Sliva REPRESENTATIVE: Lisa Schwartz San Angelo, TX ADVISER: Dhara Ogee REPRESENTATIVE: Doug Altom

San Bernardino, CA ADVISER: Kristen Olsen REPRESENTATIVE: Carla Gonzalez San Marcos, CA ADVISER: Sarah Meder REPRESENTATIVE: Frank Ortiz Santa Fe, TX ADVISER: Karen Vaughn REPRESENTATIVE: David Miller Saranac, NY ADVISER: Karin Delutis REPRESENTATIVE: Nick Herberg

Schuylkill Haven, PA ADVISER: Natalie Masinick REPRESENTATIVE: Matt McLaughlin Georgetown, KY ADVISER: Leslie Murphy REPRESENTATIVE: Elizabeth Knapp Reagan, TN ADVISER: Cindy Landry REPRESENTATIVE: Scott Sitton Scottsboro, AL ADVISER: Amber Linville REPRESENTATIVE: Chad Holland Seabrook, TX ADVISER: Pamm Muzslay REPRESENTATIVE: Cindy Moye

Sebring, FL ADVISER: Jeff Cantwell REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Ferguson Seffner, FL ADVISER: Luisa Price REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Ferguson Seminole, FL ADVISER: Candace Gilbert REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Ferguson Highland, CA ADVISER: Ryan Webb REPRESENTATIVE: Frank Ortiz

Cincinnati, OH ADVISERS: Erin Vanover & Beth Lauber REPRESENTATIVE: Jenny Hohn-Holmes Flower Mound, TX ADVISER: Amy Doherty REPRESENTATIVE: Valerie Araujo Houston, TX ADVISER: Brian Levinson REPRESENTATIVE: Lauren Schwartz Shiner, TX ADVISER: Janette Berkovsky REPRESENTATIVE: Lauren Schwartz Weatherford, TX ADVISER: Christina Blasingame REPRESENTATIVE: Milani Arguelles Arlington, MN ADVISER: Ann Walsh REPRESENTATIVE: Shannon Hart Murfreesboro, TN ADVISER: Belinda Juergens REPRESENTATIVE: Josh Houston Glastonbury, CT ADVISER: Kathlin Lyons REPRESENTATIVE: Jamie Marcial Snohomish, WA ADVISER: Kate Obukowicz REPRESENTATIVE: Kerri Smead Syracuse, NY ADVISER: Kelly Monaghan REPRESENTATIVE: Kathleen Smith Somerville, NJ ADVISER: Michael Skomba REPRESENTATIVE: Sharon Bodnarchuk Souderton, PA ADVISER: Cheryl Boyda REPRESENTATIVE: Carolyn Oldham Knoxville, TN ADVISER: Diane Smyth REPRESENTATIVE: Mandy Zientek South Orange, NJ ADVISER: Ashley Corino REPRESENTATIVE: Sharon Bodnarchuk South Plainfield, NJ ADVISER: Bonnie Vigneri REPRESENTATIVE: Sharon Bodnarchuk South Plainfield, NJ ADVISERS: Elyse Kanaley & Stephen Phillips REPRESENTATIVE: Sharon Bodnarchuk South River, NJ ADVISER: Christopher Matts REPRESENTATIVE: Sharon Bodnarchuk South Saint Paul, MN ADVISER: Taylor Champoux REPRESENTATIVE: Kerry Nelson Bradenton, FL ADVISER: Kathy Campbell REPRESENTATIVE: John Pantelis

Oakland, MD ADVISER: Alyssa Rodeheaver REPRESENTATIVE: Jay Elmore Southside, AL ADVISER: Katie Carter REPRESENTATIVE: Jay Elmore Houston, TX ADVISER: Laura Kershner REPRESENTATIVE: Lauren Schwartz Summit, MS ADVISER: Joyce Mabry REPRESENTATIVE: Karen Loden

Jacksonville, NC ADVISER: Polly Blake REPRESENTATIVE: Karen Loden

Waxahachie, TX ADVISER: Diane Lewis REPRESENTATIVE: Cheryl Chrisman Houston, TX ADVISER: Shannon Coppock REPRESENTATIVE: Cindy Moye

Toney, AL ADVISER: Jennifer Whitt REPRESENTATIVE: Chad Holland Houston, TX ADVISER: Lindsey Lewis REPRESENTATIVE: Kathleen West Minneapolis, MN ADVISER: Shelly Johnson REPRESENTATIVE: Shannon Hart Houston, TX ADVISER: Michael Cram REPRESENTATIVE: Lisa Schwartz Springville, AL ADVISER: Celia Jeffres REPRESENTATIVES: Richard Bishop & Chris Nail Houston, TX ADVISER: Chelsea Bass REPRESENTATIVE: Lisa Schwartz Austin, TX ADVISER: Daniel Mutter REPRESENTATIVE: Stacy Mehrens

Cordova, TN ADVISER: Tammie Ford REPRESENTATIVE: Jeremy Jackson Playa Del Rey, CA ADVISER: Mike Sonksen REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Eddy Stillwater, MN ADVISERS: Karissa Crouse & Britta Voorhaar REPRESENTATIVE: Heidi Schahn Pittsburg, PA ADVISER: Lizzie Donaldson REPRESENTATIVE: Kasey Nicol Houston, TX ADVISER: Steve Johnson REPRESENTATIVE: Lisa Schwartz

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Honorable Mention

St. George’s Independent School

Stephen F. Austin High School

Temecula Middle School

St. John Bosco High School

Stephenville High School

Temple Christian School

St. John Paul II Catholic High School

Stevenson High School

Texas Christian University

St. John Vianney Catholic School

Stockbridge Valley Central School

The American School of Tampico

St. Louis Park High School

Stone Middle School

The Briarwood School

St. Mark’s Episcopal

Stuttgart High School

The Buckley School

St. Mark Lutheran School

Summer Creek High School

The Canterbury School

Summit Christian Academy

The Columbus Academy

Summit High School

The Emery/Weiner School

Susquehannock High School

The Midland School

Sussex Middle School

The Roeper School

Swansboro High School

The Science Academy of South Texas

Sweetwater Union High School

Theodore Schor Middle School

Collierville, TN ADVISER: Emmy McClain REPRESENTATIVE: Jeremy Jackson Bellflower, CA ADVISER: Megan Fennell REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Eddy Huntsville, AL ADVISER: Connie Sieja REPRESENTATIVE: Jay Elmore

Orlando, FL ADVISER: Dorrie Baker REPRESENTATIVE: Cindy Lunsford Saint Louis Park, MN ADVISER: Julianne Herbert REPRESENTATIVE: Shannon Hart Houston, TX ADVISER: Sharon Seifert REPRESENTATIVE: Lisa Schwartz Houston, TX ADVISER: Lynn Borman REPRESENTATIVE: Lisa Schwartz

St. Martha Catholic School

Kingwood, TX ADVISER: Debbie Johns REPRESENTATIVE: Stephanie Hinson

St. Mary’s Day School

Tampa, FL ADVISER: Jean Bauer REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Ferguson

St. Mary’s School

Raleigh, NC ADVISER: Colin Murasko REPRESENTATIVE: Josh Lovell

St. Paul Academy Middle School Saint Paul, MN ADVISER: Stacy Overgaard REPRESENTATIVE: Heidi Schahn

St. Petersburg High School

Saint Petersburg, FL ADVISER: Gary Kolosey REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Ferguson

St. Stephen’s Episcopal School Austin, TX ADVISER: Elizabeth Zepeda REPRESENTATIVE: Stacy Mehrens

St. Thomas More Catholic

Lafayette, LA ADVISER: Laura Trahan REPRESENTATIVE: Clint Sanford

Staley High School

Kansas City, MO ADVISER: Cherié Burgett REPRESENTATIVE: Whitney Baker

Star City High School

Star City, AR ADVISER: Brooke Smith REPRESENTATIVE: Pamela Hopkins

Station Camp High

Gallatin, TN ADVISER: Stephanie Downey REPRESENTATIVE: Josh Houston

STEAM Middle School

Burleson, TX ADVISER: Sharese Dickerson REPRESENTATIVE: Cheryl Chrisman

STEM School and Academy

Highlands Ranch, CO ADVISER: Kimberly Worth REPRESENTATIVE: Rob Rathbun

Sugar Land, TX ADVISER: Shaun Moore REPRESENTATIVE: Ryan Almon

Stephenville, TX ADVISER: Tammy Jones REPRESENTATIVE: Cheryl Chrisman Livonia, MI ADVISER: Sean Horgan REPRESENTATIVE: Ramonda W. Hollenquest Munnsville, NY ADVISER: Amanda Ingalls REPRESENTATIVE: Kathleen Smith

Wiggins, MS ADVISER: Angela Wilson REPRESENTATIVE: John David Box APO, AE ADVISER: Shana Blankenship REPRESENTATIVE: Karen Burbach-Barker Houston, TX ADVISER: Elizabeth Starr REPRESENTATIVE: Mary Beth McIver Yorktown, VA ADVISER: Susan Spaulding REPRESENTATIVES: Scott & Tami Stalcup Spring Hills, TN ADVISER: Emily Myers REPRESENTATIVE: Josh Houston Glen Rock, PA ADVISER: Jessica Beste REPRESENTATIVE: Ed Patrick

Sussex, NJ ADVISER: Kaleigh Ralph REPRESENTATIVE: Sharon Bodnarchuk Swansboro, NC ADVISER: Meghan Munch REPRESENTATIVE: Josh Lovell National City, CA ADVISER: Debra Rosenbach REPRESENTATIVE: David Honnold

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Temecula, CA ADVISER: Lilana Mai REPRESENTATIVE: Frank Ortiz Fort Worth, TX ADVISER: Jan Stephan REPRESENTATIVE: Therese Friemel Fort Worth, TX ADVISER: Mallory Burkett-Odom REPRESENTATIVE: Milani Arguelles Tampico, Tamaulipus, Mexico ADVISER: Krista D’Amato REPRESENTATIVE: Adrian Azpeitia Houston, TX ADVISER: Cindy Price REPRESENTATIVE: Kathleen West Sherman Oaks, CA ADVISER: Dr. Ellen Salas REPRESENTATIVE: Corey Mundwiler Fort Myers, FL ADVISER: Nick Grey REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Ferguson Gahanna, OH ADVISER: Laura Miller REPRESENTATIVE: Lindsey Swank Houston, TX ADVISER: Jennifer Williams REPRESENTATIVE: Lauren Schwartz Somerville, NJ ADVISER: Carla Larson REPRESENTATIVE: Sharon Bodnarchuk Birmingham, MI ADVISER: Linda Vernon REPRESENTATIVE: Ramonda W. Hollenquest Mercedes, TX ADVISER: Lisa Ashley REPRESENTATIVE: Mary Harris

Piscataway, NJ ADVISER: Alissa Berse REPRESENTATIVE: Sharon Bodnarchuk

Thomas Jefferson Middle School Winston-Salem, NC ADVISER: Michele Hamby REPRESENTATIVE: Josh Lovell

Tamaqua Area High School

Timbercrest Middle School

Tarleton State University

Timberwood Middle School

TASIS England

Timothy Christian School

Taylor High School

Tinley Park High School

Tays Junior High

Tinton Falls Middle School

Tazewell High School

Tompkins High School

Tamaqua, PA ADVISER: Lori Remmel REPRESENTATIVE: Matt McLaughlin Stephenville, TX ADVISER: Caleb Chapman REPRESENTATIVE: Cheryl Chrisman Thorpe, Surrey, England ADVISER: Carolyn Norris REPRESENTATIVE: Karen Burbach-Barker Katy, TX ADVISER: Stace Hitt REPRESENTATIVE: Lisa Schwartz Katy, TX ADVISER: Samantha Colquitt REPRESENTATIVE: Kathleen West Tazewell, VA ADVISER: Melett Smith REPRESENTATIVE: Katie Welch

Woodinville, WA ADVISER: Ashley Lovern REPRESENTATIVE: Kerri Smead

Humble, TX ADVISER: Tesslyn Mustain REPRESENTATIVE: Stephanie Hinson Piscataway, NJ ADVISER: Emily Scoles REPRESENTATIVE: Sharon Bodnarchuk Tinley Park, IL ADVISERS: Kelli Lattyak, Alicia Sink & Paloma Salcedo REPRESENTATIVE: Brad Nemsick Tinton Falls, NJ ADVISER: Sharon Finan REPRESENTATIVE: Lori Bass

Katy, TX ADVISER: Shetye Cypher REPRESENTATIVE: Lisa Schwartz


Town Of Webb Union Free School

Village Christian Middle School

Westlake Academy

Trafton Academy

Vivian Field Middle School

Westside High School

Houston, TX ADVISER: David Goldburg REPRESENTATIVE: Lisa Schwartz

Travis High School

Austin, TX ADVISER: Leslie Conly REPRESENTATIVE: Stacy Mehrens

Sun Valley, CA ADVISER: Lesli Cates REPRESENTATIVE: Karina Lopez

Farmers Branch, TX ADVISER: David Ruppersberg REPRESENTATIVE: Valerie Araujo

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Westlake, TX ADVISER: Tom Cawthra REPRESENTATIVE: Milani Arguelles Houston, TX ADVISERS: Sharon Roberts & Samantha Mancinelli REPRESENTATIVE: Lisa Schwartz

Westview High School

Martin, TN ADVISER: Kimberly Elliott REPRESENTATIVE: Scott Sitton

Travis High School

Walker Valley High School

White Bear Lake High School-South Campus

Tri-Valley High School

Wall High School

Whitehouse Junior High School

Tulpehocken Area High School

Waltrip High School

Wiesbaden High School

Tunstall High School

Warren County High

Wilson High School

Tupelo High School

Washington Junior High School

Wilson Classical High School

Turner College & Career High School

Watertown Senior High School

Windsor High School

Tuscaloosa County High School

Weddington Middle School

Woodford County High School

Weeki Wachee High School

Woodland Acres Middle School

University High School

West Bloomfield High School

Woodland Hill Montessori School

University High School

West Early College High School

Woodrow Wilson Middle School

University of Dallas

West Memorial Junior High School

Woodstock High School

Urban Pathways

West Mesquite High School

Woodville High School

Utica College

West Milford Township High School

Richmond, TX ADVISER: Allison Hill REPRESENTATIVE: Ryan Almon Hegins, PA ADVISER: Amanda White REPRESENTATIVE: Matt McLaughlin Bernville, PA ADVISER: Ashley Gassert REPRESENTATIVE: Matt McLaughlin

Dry Fork, VA ADVISER: Kristen Williams REPRESENTATIVES: Scott & Tami Stalcup Tupelo, MS ADVISER: Shari Chumley REPRESENTATIVE: Scott Sitton Pearland, TX ADVISER: Shannon Maulding REPRESENTATIVE: David Miller Northport, AL ADVISER: Paige Cooper REPRESENTATIVE: Jay Elmore

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Lathrup Village, MI ADVISER: Mark Trexler REPRESENTATIVE: Ramonda W. Hollenquest Irvine, CA ADVISER: Hali Kessler REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Eddy Irving, TX ADVISER: Megan McCaffrey REPRESENTATIVE: Catherine Iden Pittsburgh, PA ADVISER: Jennifer Mack REPRESENTATIVE: Kasey Nicol Utica, NY ADVISER: Frances Lucia REPRESENTATIVE: Kathleen Smith

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Cleveland, TN ADVISER: Nicole Gober REPRESENTATIVE: Ben Smith

Wall, TX ADVISER: Mary Lee Hoelscher REPRESENTATIVE: Doug Altom Houston, TX ADVISER: Jeff Turner REPRESENTATIVE: Cindy Moye McMinnville, TN ADVISER: Leah Simpson REPRESENTATIVE: Josh Houston Conroe, TX ADVISER: Dina Shaver REPRESENTATIVE: Mary Beth McIver

Watertown, NY ADVISERS: Kimberly La Forty & Jessica Hayden REPRESENTATIVE: Kathleen Smith Matthews, NC ADVISER: Beverly Young REPRESENTATIVE: Josh Lovell

Weeki Wachee, FL ADVISER: Tina Cavallino REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Ferguson West Bloomfield, MI ADVISER: Noel McHardy REPRESENTATIVE: Ramonda W. Hollenquest Denver, CO ADVISER: Anna Branton REPRESENTATIVE: Rob Rathbun

Katy, TX ADVISER: Kelly Buffa REPRESENTATIVE: Kathleen West

Mesquite, TX ADVISER: Judy Babb REPRESENTATIVE: Catherine Iden West Milford, NJ ADVISERS: Jennifer Metcalf & Carol Giroux REPRESENTATIVE: Sharon Bodnarchuk

West Ouachita High School West Monroe, LA ADVISER: Candy Traxler REPRESENTATIVE: Jay Barnes

White Bear Lake, MN ADVISER: Elizabeth Lamb REPRESENTATIVE: Kerry Nelson

Whitehouse, TX ADVISER: Melissa Woodfin REPRESENTATIVE: Debbie Vaughn

APO, AE ADVISER: Wade Krauchi REPRESENTATIVE: Karen Burbach-Barker Portland, OR ADVISER: Keith Higbee REPRESENTATIVE: Karen Roberts Long Beach, CA ADVISER: Christine Combs REPRESENTATIVE: Steve Eddy Imperial, MO ADVISER: JoAnn Marty REPRESENTATIVE: Liz Bardin Versailles, KY ADVISER: Dan Ruff REPRESENTATIVE: Becky Goins

Houston, TX ADVISER: Ariadna Salazar REPRESENTATIVE: Stephanie Hinson Rensselaer, NY ADVISER: Meg Parascandola REPRESENTATIVE: Abby Herberg

Edison, NJ ADVISER: Marie Brown REPRESENTATIVE: Sharon Bodnarchuk Woodstock, GA ADVISER: Sonja Ryberg REPRESENTATIVE: Tara Hays Woodville, AL ADVISER: Felicia Harding REPRESENTATIVE: Chad Holland

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Xavier College Prep High School Palm Desert, CA ADVISER: Stephanie Biller REPRESENTATIVE: Carla Gonzalez

Valley Head High School

West Point High School

Verona High School

West Ridge Middle School

Yankton High School

Villa Madonna School

Western Albemarle High School

Yorba Linda Middle School

Valley Head, AL ADVISER: Candace Edmonds REPRESENTATIVE: Chad Holland Verona, NJ ADVISERS: Tom White & Allison Quick REPRESENTATIVE: Sharon Bodnarchuk Tampa, FL ADVISER: Vicki Fabiano REPRESENTATIVE: Cindy Lunsford

West Point, VA ADVISER: Ellen Borinski REPRESENTATIVES: Scott & Tami Stalcup West Monroe, LA ADVISER: Wendi May REPRESENTATIVE: Jay Barnes Crozet, VA ADVISER: William Hughes REPRESENTATIVES: Scott & Tami Stalcup

Yankton, SD ADVISER: Jill Mikkelsen REPRESENTATIVE: Linda Bernard Yorba Linda , CA ADVISER: Cathy Hinson REPRESENTATIVE: Amber Elder

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Old Forge, NY ADVISER: Patricia Gardner REPRESENTATIVE: Kathleen Smith


A

A&M Consolidated High School............................ 195 Abilene High School..................................... 187, 292 Academy of the Holy Names......................... 164, 298 AIM San Pedro & Santa Catarina........................... 299 Alamo Heights High School........................... 151, 273 Aledo High School................................................ 6, 7 Alief Hastings High School................ 2, 134, 159, 220 All Saints Episcopal School................................... 162 Allen High School................................................. 8, 9 Alpha Omega Academy........................................ 163 Angleton High School........................... 206, 207, 296 Annville Cleona High School................................. 189 Arcadia High School............................................. 142 Arlington High School (Arlington, WA)............ 230, 282 Austin High School............................... 138, 169, 231

B

Ballard High School.............................................. 297 Battlefield High School.............................. 3, 289, 301 Baylor University....................................... 10, 11, 214 Bellaire High School.......................................... 12, 13 Big Spring High School..................................... 3, 257 Biloxi High School......................................... 197, 268 Bishop Kenny High School................................... 201 Bonney Lake High School..................................... 290 Bravo Medical Magnet High School............... 179, 285 Brenham High School................................... 148, 149 Bridgeport High School................................. 187, 196 Brookwood High School....................... 166, 282, 283 Buffalo High School...................................... 2, 14, 15

C

C. D. York Junior High School............................... 291 Calvary Baptist School.......................... 139, 170, 299 Calvary Chapel Academy ..................................... 301 Carthage High School.................. 133, 151, 208, 271 Cedar Park High School................................... 16, 17 Central High School (Norwood, MN)...................... 279 Chambersburg Area High School.......................... 237 Chapa Middle School................................... 174, 210 Christ Covenant High School........................ 171, 299 Cibola High School............................................... 202 Cinco Ranch High School................................. 18, 19 Cistercian Preparatory School........................... 20, 21 Claudia Taylor Johnson High School.. 22, 23, 265, 292 Clear Brook High School............................... 156, 215 Clear Springs High School.................................... 241 Clearwater High School........................................ 291 Clint Small Middle School................................. 24, 25 College Station High School.................................. 288 Coral Glades High School..................................... 141 Cumberland Valley High School............................ 303 Currituck County High School............................... 152 Cypress Creek High School.............. 26, 27, 209, 272 Cypress Fairbanks High School............ 131, 148, 198 Cypress Lakes High School.................. 179, 287, 301 Cypress Woods High School................................ 239

D

Davidson Middle School....................................... 297 Deer Valley High School ....................................... 302 Depoali Middle School.......................................... 297 Desert Hot Springs High School.................... 174, 238 Dickinson High School.................................. 216, 217 Douglas MacArthur High School............................ 212 Dripping Springs High School............................... 195 Dublin Coffman High............................. 133, 226, 227

E

East Bernard High School..................................... 207 Eastern High School............................................. 136 El Rancho High School......................................... 300 Episcopal School of Jacksonville........................... 163 Etiwanda High School............................... 28, 29, 251 Eugene Ashley High School.................................. 302

F

Flour Bluff High School......................................... 299 Flower Mound High School............... 30, 31, 228, 280 Fort Walton Beach High School..................... 132, 296 Fort Zumwalt East High School.............................. 185 Fort Zumwalt North High School........................ 32, 33 Fort Zumwalt South High School........................... 184 Fort Zumwalt West High School............................ 178 Frenship High School........................................... 297 Fulshear High School.................................... 247, 288

G

Geneva School of Boerne............................. 175, 286 George Ranch High School.......................... 256, 257 Georgetown High School...................................... 142 Glacier Peak High School................................. 34, 35 Glenda Dawson High School................ 139, 175, 286 Godwin High School ............................ 189, 261, 269 Gorzycki Middle School............................ 36, 37, 250 Granite Bay High School................................... 38, 39 Grant High School................................................ 181 Grapevine High School................................. 211, 277 Guilderland High School ...................................... 303

H

Hardin Valley Academy..................................... 40, 41 Harrisonburg High School................................. 42, 43 Hartfield Academy........................................ 181, 255 Harvard-Westlake Upper School........................... 171 Hays High School................................................. 293 Helena High School.............................................. 182 Hendrickson High School..................... 176, 239, 300 Henry Middle School............................................ 252 Hewitt–Trussville High School............................ 3, 274 Hibbing High School............................................. 296 Hickory Christian Academy................................... 299 Hill Country Christian School..... 44, 45, 233, 234, 285 Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy ........................ 46, 47 Holy Trinity Lower School.................. 46. 47, 262, 288 Homewood High School............................... 222, 223


I J

Inglemoor High School...................................... 50, 51 Interlake High School............................................ 280

J. Frank Dobie High School........................... 222, 223 Jacksonville High School...................................... 210 James Madison University................................ 52, 53 Jefferson County High School....................... 154, 296 Jesuit Preparatory School................................. 54, 55

K

Kelly Lane Middle School.................................. 56, 57 Kingwood High School................................. 173, 193 Klein Collins High School.................................. 58, 59 Klein Forest High School............................... 161, 220 Klein High School................................................. 200 Klein Oak High School ............................ 60, 61, 276 Kofa High School................................................. 278

L

L.D. Bell High School............................................ 213 Lamar Consolidated High School.......................... 298 Lamar High School (Houston, TX).......................... 210 Lamar Middle School (Austin, TX)...................... 62, 63 Lancaster High School.......................................... 273 Leander High School................................ 64, 65, 217 Leesville High School............................................ 298 Legacy High School......................... 66, 67, 194, 268 Liberty High School (Brentwood, CA)............. 130, 303 Liberty High School (Frisco, TX)............. 180, 255, 290 Lindale High School...................................... 199, 271 Little Rock Central High School......................... 68, 69 Los Gatos High School......................................... 301 Loudon High School............................................. 298 Louisiana State University..................................... 158 Lowery Freshman Center...................................... 259 Lubbock-Cooper High School............................... 274

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Maclay School......................... 70, 71, 218, 219, 277 Mansfield High School.......................................... 274 Manvel High School.............................................. 303 Marian High School (Omaha, NE).................. 231, 280 McAllen Memorial High School...................... 242, 243 McCallum High School..................................... 72, 73 McCullough Junior High School............................ 297 McHenry High School............................... 74, 75, 201 McKinney Boyd High School................................. 155 McNeil High School.......................................... 76, 77 Melissa High School............................................. 290 Memorial High School (Houston, TX)......... 78, 79, 268 Miami Palmetto Senior High School .............. 264, 300 Mildred High School............................................. 296 Mililani High School....................................... 227, 298 Milton Hershey School.................................. 270, 303 Mineral Wells High School..................................... 155

Minnetonka High School................................... 80, 81 Missouri Military Academy............................. 178, 263 Montgomery High School..................................... 296

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North Carolina State University.......................... 82, 83 Northwest Mississippi Community College............. 298

Oak Grove High School.................................... 84, 85 Oak Harbor High School....................................... 292 Oak Mountain High School........................... 224, 225 Oak Ridge High School........................................ 211 Olentangy Orange High........................................ 254 Olympia High School............................ 168, 282, 298

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Palisade High School.................................... 249, 301 Parish Episcopal School....................................... 287 Patriot High School....................................... 273, 291 Peterson Middle School............................ 86, 87, 293 Pickerington High School North............................. 300 Piney Grove Middle School................................... 300 Plainview Middle School....................................... 299 Ponderosa High School.................................... 88, 89 Port Neches - Groves High School................ 192, 193 Portola High School.......................................... 3, 186 Prescott High School.................................... 140, 248 Presque Isle High School...................................... 135 Prince of Peace Christian School.......................... 165

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Red Jacket High School & Middle School.............. 303 Red Lion Area High School................................... 303 Ridgeview Middle School.............................. 167, 229 Robert J. Elkington Middle School......................... 299 Robinson High School.................................. 260, 261 Rock Canyon High School................................ 90, 91 Rocky Heights Middle School........... 92, 93, 246, 289 Ronald Reagan High School................. 137, 229, 283 Rouse High School........................................... 94, 95

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Saguaro High School ........................................... 300 San Antonio Academy.......................................... 270 Santa Fe Trail Middle School................................. 275 Sedona Red Rock High School ............ 138, 234, 285 Seminole High School (Seminole, TX).................... 277 Sequatchie County High School............................ 170 Seven Lakes High School..................................... 172 Shadow Creek High School.................................. 302 Shawnee Heights High School.............................. 143 Shawnee Mission South High School.................... 177 Skycrest Christian School..................................... 297 South Brunswick High School....................... 188, 277 Southern Methodist University........................... 96, 97 Southwestern High School.................................... 188 St. Johns Country Day School.............................. 149 St. Thomas’ Episcopal School.......................... 98, 99

Stephen F. Austin State University......................... 236 Strake Jesuit College Preparatory Academy........... 157 Stratford High School........................... 100, 101, 269 Summer Creek High School.................................. 256 Suncoast High School ................................. 102, 103

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Temple High School............................................. 168 Texas A&M University.................................... 104, 105 Texas City High School......................... 156, 218, 297 Texas High School ............................... 106, 107, 250 Texas Tech University.................... 108, 109, 204, 205 The American School in London.................... 145, 302 The Ann Richards School............................. 110, 111 The Archer School for Girls........................... 235, 284 The Hockaday School.................................. 112, 113 The John Cooper School...................................... 160 The Kinkaid School............................... 132, 150, 271 The Woodlands College Park High School..... 235, 300 The Woodlands High School.135, 159, 278, 279, 297 Thomas Jefferson High School............................. 244 Thompson High School........................................ 157 Thrall High School........................................ 114, 115 Timberlane Middle School..................................... 298 Tom C. Clark High School..................... 177, 238, 300 Tom Glenn High School................................ 265, 303 Tomball High School............................................. 296 Tomball Memorial High School...................... 140, 252

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University of Illinois ....................................... 205, 296 University of Miami ....................................... 116, 117 University of North Carolina .................................. 221 University of Southern California............ 118, 119, 262

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Valor Christian High School........................... 144, 183 Vandegrift High School................. 120, 121, 248, 289 Venice High School...................................... 136, 281 Veterans Memorial High School............................. 301 Village Christian High School................................. 245 Villanova University............................................... 302 Vista Ridge High School....................... 122, 123, 232

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Warrenton High School......................................... 301 Washington School.............................................. 152 Weatherford High School.............................. 153, 275 West Fargo High School....................................... 182 West Johnston High School.................. 184, 259, 302 West Monroe High School.................................... 299 Westchester Academy for International Studies...... 137 Westwood High School................ 124, 125, 226, 280 Whitehouse High School...................................... 270 William J. Brennan High School..................... 258, 302 Wilson Central High.............................................. 302 Wimberley High School......................... 126, 127, 203 Woodcreek Middle School.................................... 253 Woodinville High School....................................... 301

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Horizon HIgh School ........................................ 48, 49


Closing

COLOPHON:

The 32nd edition of Yearbook Yearbook was produced on Apple® MacBook Pro® using Adobe® Creative Suite® software. The 320-page, full-color book was submitted as press-ready PDF files with a press run of 5,300. The 2018 Yearbook Yearbook showcases 2017 yearbooks. The Best of 2017 represents less than 1% of Balfour customers, with Featured schools representing 4% & Honorable Mention schools representing 11%.  

BOOK SPECIFICATIONS:

The cover is Soft Touch laminate with spot UV gloss and embossing. The endsheets are 100# Anthem/Maxcote Plus Matte Cover Stock. Inside pages are 9 x 12, 100# Anthem/Maxcote Matte Text Stock with Smythe binding and black headbands. Typefaces are Diet Didot Extra and Proxima Nova. Send inquiries regarding Yearbook Yearbook to julia.copeland@balfour.com.  

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS:

Like all good yearbooks, Yearbook Yearbook is a truly collaborative effort. Many thanks to the talented judges who took the job seriously while keeping the process fun. Y(our) dedication is invaluable. Oscar, this is your most creatively and distinctively designed book yet. Thank you for everything. Judi, in the best of times and the worst of times, you always come through. Your unrelenting commitment to education and to the yearbook world shows in every word of your copy. Thanks to Tony Greer for resurrecting hundreds of digital files from the archives and to Gaylene Mabry for proofreading, keeping me on schedule and making me laugh. I appreciate you all more than I can say. –Julia Copeland


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