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Andrew Visconti, Ward Melville High School [NY]

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Old School Cool Did you know the first high school yearbook was produced back in 1845? Today the yearbook remains a vital part of your school’s tradition and a lively reminder of the people, places and events that make the year so special. Designed by students, for students, it’s self-expression at its best, full of special moments captured for life. After all, what’s more fun than seeing photos of yourself and your classmates in the yearbook and reminiscing about what you were doing when they were taken? Signing each other’s books and reading your friends’ autographs never gets old either, because often the best stories come from their pens. Unforgettable images. Remarkable quotes. A year’s worth of fun. There’s a reason yearbooks have been around for more than 165 years: memories never go out of style.

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new School rules Honoring tradition doesn’t mean you have to stick to old-fashioned rules, and today’s yearbooks prove it: they’re colorful and contemporary, with expanded coverage and more photos than ever. Yearbooks are no longer bound to the dimensions of the printed page. The latest advances in technology and social media invite the entire school community to share photos and tell the story as it happens. Now anyone can be an official yearbook photographer, transforming the yearbook from a one-day event to a yearlong celebration of moments that matter. Yearbook class is more relevant than ever, as well. It teaches crucial 21st century skills like critical thinking, communication, teamwork and digital technology. And while you’re doing important work, it’s not quite all business. Because it still takes a lot of pizza and snacks to put an entire year of memories into one book!

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Grace VanEarden, Clymer Central High School [NY]

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BRYANT HIGH SCHOOL

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HORNET

BRYANT, AR

MIXED SIGNALS The theme, Mixed Signals, was developed by the Hornet staff to represent a growing and increasingly diverse student body. With over 100 additional enrolled students and a new building under construction, Bryant students strove to find a balance between new and old traditions, interests and passions. The monthly chronological coverage is extended through the staff’s use of sidebars that spin off the Mixed Signals theme.

2012 Adviser

Representative

Margaret Sorrows

Natasha Durham

1.1 Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

1.2 Opening /Closing Dominance Eye Flow Headline Magazine Inspired Monochromatic

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BRYANT HIGH SCHOOL

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BRYANT, AR

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CORONADO MIDDLE SCHOOL

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THE SURFER

CORONADO, CA

FACE IT The Surfer’s ‘Face It’ theme concept highlights the many ways that Coronado Middle School students connect throughout the year. A graphic mosaic pattern is used as a unifying element throughout the book to enhance the subtle digital theme, while a soft color palette, an appropriate choice for this school’s coastal surf side surroundings, is incorporated to further brand each section­.

2012 Adviser

RepresentativeS

Amy Seward

Bill Wilson Carmen Wilson

2.1 Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

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CORONADO MIDDLE SCHOOL

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CORONADO, CA

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DOS PUEBLOS HIGH SCHOOL

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verge By definition, the word ‘verge’ has contrasting definitions. As a noun, it is a barrier that cannot be crossed, but as a verb, verge means to move in a certain direction. With this concept, The Image staff designed pages that incorporated diagonal splits and warped lines to give a sense of both movement and contrast to their pages. The design style of the book mimics a magazine layout, using varying sizes of modules throughout pages and a great deal of alternative copy.

2012 Adviser

Representative

John Dent

Steve Sanders

3.1 Embossed, Precision Cut, Silk-Screening

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GOLETA, CA

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DOS PUEBLOS HIGH SCHOOL

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GOLETA, CA

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EDMOND SANTA FE HIGH SCHOOL

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ARCHIVES

EDMOND, OK

2012 IN (RE)VIEW “To review is to relive and to take ourselves back to the moments that spoke volumes to our soles.” The Archives staff speaks volumes with this concept statement, proving that to review is more than the act of remembering but a way to relive the moments that may have been forgotten. “To review is to record the ups and downs of your lives, so that one day they will become a part of us once again,” explained editor-in-chief Adrianna Doyal in the colophon.

2012 Adviser

Representative

Paige White

Bart Baker

4.1 Litho Combo, Foil, Spot UV, Super Matte Lamination

4.2 Student Life Space Headline Photo Package Quick Read Rule Lines Modular Monochromatic

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EDMOND SANTA FE HIGH SCHOOL

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EDMOND, OK

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fenton high school

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fentonian

fenton, MI

THERE’S MORE 2 IT The Fentonian’s theme concept was developed in reaction to the staff’s constant struggle to cover the stories of the year that were often overlooked. “There’s always more to it—it’s just up to us to find it,” explained the staff in the colophon. Distressed and handwritten graphic elements are featured throughout to give this all black and white book a contemporary feel, while providing a personal touch to each design.

2012 Adviser

Representative

Pam Bunka

Mike Page

5.1 Litho Combo, Graining (Cutout), Precision Cut, Spot UV, Super Matte Lamination

5.2 Student Life Space Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Quick Read Rule Lines Modular Black and White

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5.3 Dividers Dominance Graphic Accent Rule Lines Magazine Inspired Black and White

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fenton high school

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fenton, MI

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glenbrook south high school

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ETRUSCAN

GLENVIEW, IL

STRENGTH IN NUMBERS Celebrating the school’s 50th anniversary, the “Strength in Numbers” concept strikes the perfect balance between reporting on the past and focusing on the 2012 school. “By the Numbers” modules make interesting reading throughout the Etruscan. A dramatic foldout outlines 50 years of school and world events. The use of a monthly chronological approach teamed with modular design allows comprehensive coverage of a student population of 2,717.

2012 Adviser

Representative

Brenda Field

Craig Rosenberger

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glenbrook south high school

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GLENVIEW, IL

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GRAND BLANC HIGH SCHOOL

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GRAND BLANC, MI

WIRED Edgy, tough and most of all electric, this single word captures the vibe and character of not only Grand Blanc High School but also the yearbook itself. The cover features a special glow-in-the-dark press ink application in a spiral design that is carried throughout the book as a unifying element. Hand drawn typography and graphics accents are also incorporated to further enhance the book’s edgy, eclectic design style.

2012 Adviser

Representative

Ava Butzu

Rianne Price

7.1 Litho Combo, Special Ink, Spot UV, Super Matte Lamination

7.2 Academics Dominance Graphic Accent Headline Photo Package Typographic

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GRAND BLANC HIGH SCHOOL

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GRAND BLANC, MI

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GREEN VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL

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legacy

henderson, NV

ALL THAT “No matter how you look at it, Green Valley really is ALL THAT,” proclaims the theme copy in the Legacy. A striking custom embossed cover, featuring school colors, introduces the concept in a dazzling way. Creative visual thinking results in the word “ALL” being emphasized within the word “Valley.” The cover features 17 descriptive words that highlight the quote presentations inside the yearbook.

2012 Adviser

Representative

Julie Goldstein

Judy Allen

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8.2 Dividers Contrast Space Headline Photo Package Quotes Magazine Inspired Typographic

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8.3 Reference Repetition Space Cut-out Photo Quotes Rule Lines Modular

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GREEN VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL

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legacy

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henderson, NV

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kirkwood high school

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pioneer

kirkwood, MO

notice Effective journalists notice. With this in mind, “Notice” makes a highly effective yearbook concept. The opening copy sets the stage: “Our job was quite simply to take note of what was important. So, we have to pay attention. We have to notice what students talk about. We have to notice their hangouts, their clothes, their interactions, their classes, their sports, their hobbies and their clubs. But more importantly, we have to notice individuals.”

2012 Adviser

Representative

Mitch Eden

Ed Sugden

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9.2 Chronological Sports Space Headline Photo Package Quick Read Whole Book Link Modular

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kirkwood high school

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pioneer

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kirkwood, MO

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LOUDOUN VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL

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SAGA

PURCELLVILLE, VA

KNOW MORE After years of splitting at the seams with more students than their building could handle, things changed dramatically at Loudoun Valley High School when a new high school opened a few miles away. This big change set the stage for a timely “Know More� theme. With the smaller enrollment, the Saga reports the school was more student-centered, had more pride and allowed the students to know more about each other.

2012 Adviser

Representative

Martha Akers

Gary Lundgren

10.1 Litho Combo, Quarterbinding, Silk-Screening, Gloss Lamination

10.2 Sports Dominance Space Headline Photo Package Quotes Rule Lines Whole Book Link Modular Analogous

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LOUDOUN VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL

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SAGA

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PURCELLVILLE, VA

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MADISON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL

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HILLTOPPER

DANIELSVILLE, GA

OUR ROOTS The theme “Our Roots” was developed by the Hilltopper staff to represent a school steeped in tradition and the new beginnings that are formed at Madison High School. Various weights of Lavanderia Cursive, Haymaker Regular and Avalon Two Condensed typefaces are combined throughout the book with sharp angles and a modern, monochromatic color palette to give the book a contemporary feel while staying true to its traditional roots.

2012 Adviser

Representative

Christie Haggard

Audra Eckert

11.1 Litho Combo, Embossed to Register, Spot UV, Matte Lamination

11.2 Academics Background Graphic Accent Headline Photo Package Quick Read Typographic

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MADISON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL

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HILLTOPPER

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DANIELSVILLE, GA

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MAIZE SOUTH MIDDLE SCHOOL

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stampede

wichita, KS

SEE US IN 3D The Stampede’s 3D theme offers an in-depth look into the words, pictures and actions of Maize South Middle School by dividing the book into these three sections, a fitting concept for the book’s third volume. The concept is further enhanced by a layered red and blue color scheme and included 3D glasses that make elements jump off the page.

2012 Adviser

RepresentativeS

Mary Patrick

Thane Chastain Tucker Pivonka

12.1 Litho Combo, ShineFX®, Super Matte Lamination

12.2 Chronological Space Cut-out Photo Photo Package Photo Strip Quick Read Modular Triadic

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MAIZE SOUTH MIDDLE SCHOOL

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stampede

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wichita, KS

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MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY

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RED CEDAR LOG

WHO WE ARE, WHERE WE’VE BEEN & WHERE WE’RE GOING “Though we all eventually branch off, we are forever intertwined with the spirit of Michigan State University.” This theme statement, paired with a vivid geometric pattern on the cover, sets the tone for the sophisticated graphic approach used inside the book. The concept is further enhanced by the modern gallery opening.

2012 EDITOR-IN- CHIEF

Representative

Vicari Vollmar

Mike Lafferty

13.1 Litho, Super Matte Lamination

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EAST LANSING, MI

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13.3 Opening /Closing Space Graphic Accent Photo Package Rule Lines Magazine Inspired

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MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY

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RED CEDAR LOG

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EAST LANSING, MI

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NORTH SEVIER HIGH SCHOOL

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NORTHERN LIGHT

WHERE THE BLACKTOP ENDS “Where the blocktop ends, it’s just you and the sky and miles of possibility…where will you go?” The Northern Light staff creatively uses paved and dirt roads, icons of rural living, as a unifying concept. Bold lines, typography and distressed grunge graphic accents trademark this creative yearbook that uses modular design to expand coverage.

2012 Adviser

Representative

Launa Albrecht

Molly Shaheen

14.1 Litho Combo, Graining (Cutout), Super Matte Lamination

14.2 Chronological Space Headline Photo Package Quick Read Quotes Rule Lines Modular

SALINA, UT

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NORTH SEVIER HIGH SCHOOL

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NORTHERN LIGHT

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SALINA, UT

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NORTHERN BURLINGTON COUNTY REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL

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POLARIS

COLUMBUS, NJ

DARE TO BE DIFFERENT A catchy concept allows the Polaris staff to personalize its coverage by using interesting feature topics supported by plenty of student quotes. A “Be Yourself” whole-book link features photos of students, each holding a sign with one to three words that describe themselves, on a vertical color bar along the left of many spreads.

2012 Adviser

Representative

Katrina Gierman

Terry McGovern, Jr.

15.1 Litho, Gloss Lamination

15.2 Sports Background Headline Photo Strip Whole Book Link Traditional

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15.3 People Background Cut-out Photo Headline Quick Read Typographic

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NORTHERN BURLINGTON COUNTY REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL

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POLARIS

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COLUMBUS, NJ

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OUACHITA BAPTIST UNIVERSITY

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OUACHITONIAN

CLASSIC/MODERN This creative concept fits like a pair of comfy jeans and nicely brands the story of Ouachita Baptist University’s 125th anniversary year. Appropriately, the opening features two spreads introducing two different looks. “A classic stands the test of time, 125 years to be exact,” says the first spread. The next spread continues: “Modern is a more complex word. Sometimes it can just mean ‘nowadays.’ ”

2012 Adviser

Representative

Deborah Root

Natasha Durham

16.1 Embossed to Register, Silk-Screening

16.2 Student Life Dominance Eye Flow Graphic Accent Headline Photo Package Quotes Magazine Inspired

ARKADELPHIA, AR

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OUACHITA BAPTIST UNIVERSITY

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OUACHITONIAN

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ARKADELPHIA, AR

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ST. MARK’S SCHOOL OF TEXAS

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MARKSMEN

DALLAS, TX

THE DRIVE. “The willingness to do everything and more. The drive to achieve.” The Marksmen makes a bold and confident conceptual statement without being cocky or arrogant. Ultra-bold typography, powerful black lines and backgrounds along with large images visually define the St. Mark’s brand. Well-written student profiles, with black-and-white environmental portraits, serve as magazine-style dividers and humanize the concept.

2012 Adviser

Representatives

Ray Westbrook

Tread Sheffield & Associates

17.1 Litho Combo, Embossing, Quarterbinding, Super Matte Lamination

17.2 Special Spreads Contrast Dominance Rule Lines Magazine Inspired Typographic Black and White

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17.3 Opening /Closing Contrast Eye Flow Space Background Photo Strip Magazine Inspired Typographic

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ST. MARK’S SCHOOL OF TEXAS

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MARKSMEN

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DALLAS, TX

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SYrACUSE HIGH SCHOOL

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THE SYRACUSAN

1 THING LEADS 2 ANOTHER A clever play on the year 2012, The Syracusan’s theme incorporates numbers as a unifying concept throughout the book. To verbally develop the “1 Thing Leads 2 Another” theme, phrases containing numbers like “1 last thought” and “2 make a long story short” are used. A graphic geometric pattern and a bright color pallet are also incorporated to visually brand the yearbook.

2012 Adviser

Representative

Rhonda Levens

Jake Wright

18.1 Litho Combo, Graining (Cutout), Spot UV, Super Matte Lamination

18.2 Special Spreads Repetition Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Quotes Rule Lines Magazine Inspired

SYRACUSE, KS

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SYrACUSE HIGH SCHOOL

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THE SYRACUSAN

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SYRACUSE, KS

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WESTLAKE HIGH SCHOOL

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EL PAISANO

AUSTIN, TX

be a chap “And may we all live as long as we are useful. And may we laugh, learn and love as long as we live. And may we always exist for excellence and dare to care. And once a Chap, always a Chap.” This comment from Toody Bird, a beloved retired counselor, inspired a perfect concept that set the stage for the El Paisano to focus on the distinct identities of Westlake students.

2012 Adviser

Representative

Cindy Todd

Brad Golub

19.1 Litho Combo, Spot UV, Super Matte Lamination

19.2 Opening /Closing Dominance Eye Flow Space Headline Quotes Rule Lines Magazine Inspired Typographic

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WESTLAKE HIGH SCHOOL

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EL PAISANO

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AUSTIN, TX

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WHITNEY HIGH SCHOOL

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DETAILS

ROCKLIN, CA

IT’S A LOT LIKE NOTHING ELSE “We wanted to show how our school is a lot like nothing else, but also wanted to tell the year’s stories in new way, to reorganize the book, to show and do more,” Details editors said in the colophon. To support the concept with coverage, the chronological presentation for each month features two spreads—an “a lot” spread and a “like nothing else” spread that feature stories unique to the school and year.

2012 Adviser

Representative

Sarah Nichols

Bryan Durda

20.1 Litho, Aqueous Coating

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WHITNEY HIGH SCHOOL

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DETAILS

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ROCKLIN, CA

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Lara Mansfeld, Aptos High School [CA]

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2 01 2 A dv i ser Mo ni c a B o nd ura nt R EP R E S EN TATIVe B i l l St urge o n

Ac a d e m i c s G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Qui c k Rea d Quo te s Mo d ul a r Mo no c hro m a t i c

0 5 –0 8

92

05 THE RANGER S m i t hs o n Va l l e y H i g h S cho o l S p r ing B ra nch, T X

2 0 1 2 A dv i ser M arga r e t Ed mo ns on R E PR E SE N TAT IVe Me r r i l l E l l i s

O rga ni za t i o ns Cont ra s t Re p e t i t i on Sp a ce P hoto St r i p Mo d ul a r

06 P ROW L E R M i l l a rd We s t H i g h S cho o l O m a ha , NE

201 2 A dv i ser M a r k H i l b ur n R E PR E S E N TAT IVe M a t t B a l te s

Sports Sp a ce Cut-out P ho to P h oto Pa c ka ge Q ui c k Rea d Rul e L i ne s Mo d ul a r Mo noc hro ma t i c

spre ad g alle ry

93

07 E XC A LIBUR Ar c h b i s h o p Mi t t y Hi g h S c h o o l S an J o s e , C A

2 01 2 A dv i ser Ka t i e E p i d e nd i o R EP R E S EN TATIVe Ta m m y Whi ta ke r

St ud e nt L i fe P ho to Pa c ka ge P ho to St r i p Qui c k Rea d Rul e L i ne s Mo d ul a r Mo no c hro m a t i c

08 TH E S TOR M D e s e r t V i s ta Hi g h S c h o o l P h o e n i x , AZ

2 01 2 A dv i ser Mi c he l l e Co ro R EP R E S EN TATIVe Mi ke Pa nko ff

People Co nt ra s t B a c kg ro und Cut- o ut P ho to G ra p hi c Ac ce nt P ho to Pa c ka ge

0 9 –12

94

09 AU B E RO N Cr e e k v i e w H i g h S cho o l Ca nto n, GA

201 2 A dv i ser Reb e c c a M a x w e l l R E PR E SE N TAT IVe M a t t Fe l i s

Sports E ye F l ow G ra p hi c Ac ce nt H ea d l i ne P ho to Pa c ka ge P ho to St r i p Q ui c k Rea d Mod ul a r

10 the LIO N Se ar c y H i g h S cho o l Se a r c y, A R

20 12 A dv i serS Ja i me B ro w n S h a n n on H ol ey f i e l d R E PR E S E N TAT IVe N a ta s ha D ur ha m

Ac a d e m i c s D omi na nce Cut-o ut P ho to Q ui c k Rea d Rul e L i ne s W h ol e B o o k L i nk Mo d ul a r Mo noc hro ma t i c

spre ad g alle ry

95

11 the L EG E N D Mc In to s h Hi g h S c h o o l P e ac h t r e e C i t y, GA

2 01 2 A dv i ser Ja ne Ed wa rd s R EP R E S EN TATIVe La ur e n Lo g s d o n

C hro no l o g i c a l E ye F l o w S p a ce G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Hea d l i ne P ho to Pa c ka ge Qui c k Rea d Rul e L i ne s Mo d ul a r

12 r ega li a Ho p k i n s Hi g h S c h o o l Mi n n e to n ka, MN

2 01 2 A dv i ser Je ff Ko c ur R EP R E S EN TATIVe To m Va nd e r Aa rd e

Ac a d e m i c s D o m i na nce S p a ce Hea d l i ne P ho to Pa c ka ge P ho to St r i p Rul e s L i ne s Mo d ul a r Co m p l e m e nta r y

1 3 –16

96

13 the PAW P RI N T G ra s s f i e l d H i g h S cho o l C h e s a pe a ke , VA

201 2 A dv i ser Ra c he l G o o d ma n R E PR ES E N TAT IVE S Jo e B oo c ks Ja y H ol l i s

St ud e nt L i fe D omi na nce E ye F l ow Cu t-out P ho to G ra p hi c Ac ce nt H ea d l i ne P ho to Pa c ka ge P hoto St r i p Q ui c k Rea d Q uote s Mo d ul a r

14 FO R E ST E R Wa ke Fo r e s tRo l e s v i l l e H i g h S cho o l Wake Fo r e s t , NC

2 01 2 A dv i ser Vi c tor i a C rous e R E PR E S E N TAT IVe S K i m Tr e z o na K r is t i n St i mme l l Ka s ey H a r e

People Re p e t i t i on Q uote s Rul e L i ne s W h ol e B o o k L i nk

spre ad g alle ry

97

15 ELL ES S P E LaS al l e - P e r u Hi g h S c h o o l LaS al l e , IL

2 01 2 A dv i ser G e o rg i a Sto hr R EP R E S EN TATIVe Mi c ha e l B ud a k

Re fe r e nce Re p e t i t i o n Cut- o ut P ho to G ra p hi c Ac ce nt

16 TROJ A N No r t h Hal l Hi g h S c h o o l G ai n e s vi l l e , GA

2 01 2 A dv i ser Te s s a S hi r l ey R EP R E S EN TATIVe S Pa t Co r ne l i us & As s o c i a te s

Sports D o m i na nce E ye F l o w S p a ce Cut- o ut P ho to Hea d l i ne P ho to Pa c ka ge Qui c k Rea d Quo te s Mo d ul a r

1 7–20

98

17 SP IRI T R .W. Jo hns o n H i g h S cho o l Ga i ne s v i l l e , GA

2 01 2 A dv i ser M a ur e e n Fa r r y R E PR E S E N TAT IVe S Pa t Co r ne l i us & As s o c i a te s

Orga ni za t i ons S p a ce G ra p hi c Ac ce nt P ho to Pa c ka ge P ho to St r i p Mod ul a r

18 the p ri d e Sta r r ’ s M i l l H i g h S cho o l F ay e t te v i l l e , GA

20 1 2 A dv i ser Pa t t Col e m a n R E PR E SE N TAT IVe Lau r e n Lo g s d o n

Sports D omi na nce S p a ce G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Q ui c k Rea d Q uo te s S co r e b o a rd Mo d ul a r Mo noc hro ma t i c

spre ad g alle ry

99

19 OLY M P I A N Cu l ve r C i t y Hi g h S c h o o l Cu l ve r C i t y, C A

2 01 2 A dv i ser P e nni e F i e n R EP R E S EN TATIVe Ka r i Age e

People Cut- o ut P ho to Qui c k Rea d Mo no c hro m a t i c

20 DR AG ON Ro u n d Ro c k Hi g h S c h o o l Ro u n d Ro c k , TX

2 01 2 A dv i ser S ha ro n Kubi ce k R EP R E S EN TATIVe B ra d G o l ub

C hro no l o g i c a l D o m i na nce E ye F l o w S p a ce Cut- o ut P ho to Hea d l i ne P ho to Pa c ka ge Qui c k Rea d Mo d ul a r P ho to Inte ns i ve

21 –24

100

21 T H E ACCO L A D E St . F ranci s d e S a l e s H i g h S cho o l To l e do, O H

2 01 2 A dv i ser A l e x i s Fo r t ne r R E PR E SE N TAT IVe Stev e D uf ra ne

Sp or t s Co nt ra s t E ye F l o w Re p e t i t i o n Cu t-o ut P ho to G ra p hi c Ac ce nt H ea d l i ne Q ui c k Rea d Q uo te s Tr i a d i c

22 the TA LO N B e a ufo r t H i g h S cho o l B e a ufo r t , S C

2 01 2 A dv i ser Tod d Sto w e R E PR E S E N TAT IVe S J o h n B umga r ne r A nd r e w B e l l

S p e c i a l Sp r ea d s St ud e nt L i fe Re p e t i t i o n Sc ra p b o o k Mo no c hro ma t i c

spre ad g alle ry

101

23 VA L H A LL A We s t Hi g h S c h o o l B ake r s f i e l d , C A

2 01 2 A dv i ser S he l l ey Juhl - O’B r i e n R EP R E S EN TATIVe Me l i s s a Ho d ge

People Re p e t i t i o n Qui c k Rea d Who l e B o o k L i nk

24 the bu lldog Ed mo n d Me mo r i al Hi g h S c h o o l Ed mo n d , O K

2 01 2 A dv i ser Je nna K l e i n R EP R E S EN TATIVe B a r t B a ke r

Ac a d e m i c s Cut- o ut P ho to G ra p hi c Ac ce nt P ho to Pa c ka ge P ho to St r i p Mo no c hro m a t i c

25 –28

102

25 HIGHL ANDER H i g hl a nd P a r k H i g h S cho o l Dallas, TX

20 1 2 A dv i ser E li za b e t h P e r k i ns R E PR E S E N TAT IVe S Tr ea d S he f f i e l d & As s o c i a te s

St ud e nt L i fe S p a ce P h o to Pa c ka ge Q ui c k Rea d Q uote s Rul e L i ne s Mod ul a r A na l ogo us

26 VIE O Ca s t l e Vi e w H i g h S cho o l Cas t l e Ro ck , CO

20 1 2 A dv i ser J e s s i c a Le i f he i t R E PR E S E N TAT IVe P e te r G r i f f i n

Sports D omi na nce Sp a ce H ea d l i ne Pa r t i a l Cut-o ut P h oto Pa c ka ge Q uo te s W h ol e B o o k L i nk Mo d ul a r Mo noc hro ma t i c

spre ad g alle ry

103

27 VIN DAG UA Le e U n i ve r s i t y C l e ve l an d , TN

2 01 2 A dv i ser S Mi c ha e l F i nc h Jo e l Ka i l i ng R EP R E S EN TATIVE Re be c c a K i l d a y

People D o m i na nce E ye F l o w S p a ce Tra d i t i o na l

28 K A N AW H A N J ame s R i ve r Hi g h S c h o o l B u c h an an , VA

2 01 2 A dv i ser Ca r l o s S p e l l m a n R EP R E S EN TATIVe Ha nk Whi ta ke r

Orga ni za t i o ns Co nt ra s t D o m i na nce E ye F l o w Cut- o ut P ho to Hea d l i ne P ho to Pa c ka ge Mo d ul a r

29 –32

104

29 L EG E N D Wan d o H i g h S cho o l M t . P l e a s a nt , S C

2 01 2 A dv i ser Jea nni e Fox R E PR E S E N TAT IVE S J o hn B um ga r ne r A nd r e w B e l l

Ac a d e mi c s P hoto Pa c ka ge Q ui c k Rea d Tra d i t i o na l

30 the jav e l i n At lan ti c H i g h S cho o l At l a nt i c , I A

201 2 A dv i ser Al li s on B e r r y hi l l R E PR E SE N TAT IVe Co ll e e n A r ne s on

Ad s Re p e t i t i o n Rul e L i ne s P h o to I nte ns i v e

spre ad g alle ry

105

31 EQUES Mi ami Su n s e t Se n i o r Hi g h S c h o o l Mi ami , F L

2 01 2 A dv i ser N a ta l i e G ut i e r r e z R EP R E S EN TATIVE Jul i a na Ka l i s h

St ud e nt L i fe Co nt ra s t D o m i na nce G ra p hi c Ac ce nt P ho to Il l us t ra t i o n P ho to Pa c ka ge P ho to St r i p Quo te s Rul e L i ne s P ho to Inte ns i ve Mo no c hro m a t i c

32 R ETROS P ECT Eas t Li n c o l n Hi g h S c h o o l D e n ve r, NC

2 01 2 A dv i ser La ur i e Ra e ke r R EP R E S EN TATIVe Alison Klopp

Sports D o m i na nce E ye F l o w Cut- o ut P ho to Hea d l i ne Rul e L i ne s Ty p o g ra p hi c

33 –36

106

33 O LYM P I A N W illiam s v i l l e No r t h H i g h S cho o l W i lli a m s v i l l e , N Y

2 0 12 A dv i seR S Sha un B ur ke E r i n D eva nt i e r R E PR E S E N TAT IVE D a v i d R i l ey, Jr. Sports D omi na nce E ye F l ow H i e ra r c hy P ho to Pa c ka ge P hoto St r i p Rul e L i ne s M aga z i ne I ns p i r e d Mo noc hro ma t i c

34 t ri ton P a l o s Ve rde s H i g h S cho o l P a l o s Ve rde s Es ta te s , C A

2 01 2 A dv i ser Sus a n Pa v e l ka R E PR E SE N TAT IVe M a r l a St unt z

Chro nol og i c a l D o mi na nce G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Q ui c k Rea d Rul e L i ne s Monoc hro ma t i c

spre ad g alle ry

107

35 CR USA D E R Kap au n Mt . Car me l Cat h o l i c Hi g h S c h o o l W i c h i ta, KS

2 01 2 A dv i ser As hl ey Wa t ki ns R EP R E S EN TATIVE S Tha ne C ha s ta i n Tuc ke r P i vo nka

St ud e nt L i fe E ye F l o w Re p e t i t i o n G ra p hi c Ac ce nt P ho to Il l us t ra t i o n Ma ga z i ne Ins p i r e d

36 C AVA L EON Co ral G ab l e s Se n i o r Hi g h S c h o o l Co ral G ab l e s , F L

2 01 2 A dv i ser A na Zuni ga R EP R E S EN TATIVe Jul i a na Ka l i s h

People Hi e ra r c hy S p a ce Qui c k Rea d Tra d i t i o na l

37– 40

108

37 E L KO N I A N Ce nte r v i l l e H i g h S cho o l Cente r v i l l e , O H

2 0 1 2 A dv i ser Co l l e e n Sa nd e rs R E PR E S E N TAT IVE D onny B o yd

Ac a d e m i c s E ye F l o w B a c kg round G ra p hi c Ac ce nt H ea d l i ne P h o to I l l us t ra t i on Sc ra p b o o k

38 the l eopa rd Lov e j oy H i g h S cho o l Luca s , T X

2 0 1 2 A dv i ser M a r y Wo o d r uf f R E PR E SE N TAT IVeS Tr ea d S he f f i e l d & As s oc i a te s

C hro nol og i c a l Cont ra s t D omi na nce S p a ce G ra p hi c Ac ce nt P h oto Pa c ka ge Tra d i t i ona l

spre ad g alle ry

109

39 EP I C Io w a C i t y We s t Hi g h S c h o o l Io w a C i t y, IA

2 01 2 A dv i ser G i nny Ord m a n R EP R E S EN TATIVE B o b Ke rd us

Sports D o m i na nce E ye F l o w Hea d l i ne P ho to Pa c ka ge S co r e bo a rd Ty p o g ra p hi c

40 pee r age P r i n c e G e o rg e Hi g h S c h o o l P r i n c e G e o rg e , VA

2 01 2 A dv i ser S A l l i s o n Hea t h Ke nd e l l Wa r r e n R EP R E S EN TATIVE S Jo e B o o c ks Ja y Ho l l i s

St ud e nt L i fe Co nt ra s t D o m i na nce Hea d l i ne Ma ga z i ne Ins p i r e d A na l o go us

41 – 44

110

41 the PAT RI OT For t D o r che s te r H i g h S cho o l N . C h a r l e s to n, S C

20 1 2 A dv i ser Ja me s Rol l e r R E PR E SE N TAT IVE S J o h n B um ga r ne r A nd r e w B e l l

Ac a d e m i c s Co nt ra s t E ye F l o w B a c kg round G ra p hi c Ac ce nt P hoto St r i p Sc ra p b o o k

42 W H AT M AT T E R S T h om a s Er e ck s o n M i d d l e S cho o l A l l e n, T X

201 2 A dv i ser L i z B a r ne s R E PR E S E N TAT IVe S Tr ea d S he f f i e l d & As s o c i a te s

P e op l e S p a ce Cu t-out P ho to H ea d l i ne P hoto St r i p

spre ad g alle ry

111

43 C A R AV EL O c e an C i t y Hi g h S c h o o l O c e an C i t y, NJ

2 01 2 A dv i ser s C hr i s t i ne B a r ne s Sus a n Pa l m e r R EP R E S EN TATIVE Te r r y Mc G o ve r n, Jr.

St ud e nt L i fe D o m i na nce E ye F l o w Hea d l i ne P ho to Pa c ka ge Quo te s Rul e L i ne s Tra d i t i o na l

44 S TEE D Mc K i n n e y C h r i s t i an Ac ad e my Mc K i n n e y, TX

2 01 2 A dv i ser Jud y Co l l i ns R EP R E S EN TATIVe S Tr ea d S he ffi e l d & As s o c i a te s

Ad s Co nt ra s t P ho to Pa c ka ge Ma ga z i ne Ins p i r e d

45– 48

112

45 VA N G UA RD P aul M . D o r m a n H i g h S cho o l Ro e b uck , S C

20 1 2 A dv i ser M a r i on N e l s on R E PR E SE N TAT IVE C l a ud e Sa l e e b y

Ac a d e mi c s D o mi na nce E ye F l o w P hoto Pa c ka ge Rul e L i ne s Mo noc hro ma t i c

46 FLIG H T La ndm a r k C h r i s t i a n S cho o l Fa i r b ur n, GA

201 2 A dv i ser We nd y Re ga n R E PR E S E N TAT IVe M a t t Fe l i s

People B a c kg ro und G ra p hi c Ac ce nt P h o to I l l us t ra t i on W h o l e B oo k L i nk A na l o go us

spre ad g alle ry

113

47 culmen S c o t c h P l ai n s F an w o o d Hi g h S c h o o l S c o t c h P l ai n s , NJ

2 01 2 A dv i ser S Jul i e B o r ko w s ki A m y Rut ko w s ki R EP R E S EN TATIVE B o nni e B l a c km a n

Orga ni za t i o ns E ye F l o w Pa r t i a l Cut- o ut P ho to Pa c ka ge P ho to St r i p

48 M US TA N G J . J . P e ar c e Hi g h S c h o o l R i c h ard s o n , TX

2 01 2 A dv i ser Wa l te r G a s t R EP R E S EN TATIVe S Tr e d S he ffi e l d & As s o c i a te s

Sports Re p e t i t i o n B a c kg ro und Cut- o ut P ho to G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Quo te s Co m p l e m e nta r y

49 –52

114

49 the ta lon Su n l ake H i g h S cho o l Lan d O’ La ke s , FL

2 0 1 2 A dv i ser Wa y ne G r ume t R E PR E S E N TAT IVE Ji m Re p p i

Sports Re p e t i t i on S p a ce G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Rul e L i ne s W h ol e B o o k L i nk A na l ogo us

50 I F O U R WA LLS CO U LD TA L K D a l to n Mi ddl e S cho o l D a l to n, GA

2 01 2 A dv i ser J e s s i c a Sp ea rs R E PR E SE N TAT IVe Lo r e n Col l i ns , Jr.

Re fe r e nce Re p e t i t i on Q uote s Rul e L i ne s

spre ad g alle ry

115

51 the P RID E Lu e l l a Hi g h S c h o o l Lo c u s t G r o ve , GA

2 01 2 A dv i ser A m ey S ha h R EP R E S EN TATIVE Ma t t Fe l i s

St ud e nt L i fe D o m i na nce Re p e t i t i o n P ho to St r i p Qui c k Rea d Quo te s Co m p l e m e nta r y

52 COM PA S S P OI N TS Mo n a S h o r e s Hi g h S c h o o l No r to n S h o r e s , MI

2 01 2 A dv i ser Wa r r e n Ke nt III R EP R E S EN TATIVe Pa ul B us s e l l

C hro no l o g i c a l Cut- o ut P ho to Qui c k Rea d Rul e L i ne s Mo d ul a r

5 3 –56

116

53 AU T H E N T I C Grimsby Se c o nda r y S cho o l G r i m s b y, O N

20 1 2 A dv i ser C h r i sti na Ro z e nd a a l R E PR E S E N TAT IVE S Hea t he r Ca i r ni e Mea ga n Ca i r ni e

P e op l e B a c kg ro und Cu t-o ut P ho to H ea d l i ne Q ui c k Rea d Q uote s Ty p og ra p hi c

54 l egacy L ib e r t y H i g h S cho o l B a ke r s f i e l d , CA

201 2 A dv i ser P e te T i t t l R E PR E SE N TAT IVe Me l i s s a H od ge Sp or t s D o mi na nce E ye F l ow P h o to Pa c ka ge Q ui c k Rea d Rul e L i ne s Tra d i t i o na l

spre ad g alle ry

117

55 the BR UI N Syl van Hi l l s Hi g h S c h o o l S h e r w o o d , AR

2 01 2 A dv i ser To ni a Wea t he r fo rd R EP R E S EN TATIVE N a ta s ha D ur ha m

C hro no l o g i c a l D o m i na nce Hi e ra r c hy S p a ce Cut- o ut P ho to P ho to Pa c ka ge Qui c k Rea d Mo d ul a r Tr i a d i c

56 the R A M Lake s i d e J u n i o r & Se n i o r Hi g h S c h o o l Ho t S p r i n g s , AR

2 01 2 A dv i ser Je nni fe r G a r ne r R EP R E S EN TATIVe N a ta s ha D ur ha m

Ac a d e m i c s D o m i na nce Hi e ra r c hy G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Hea d l i ne Ma ga z i ne Ins p i r e d Mo no c hro m a t i c

5 7–60

118

57 the L EG E N D Le lan d H i g h S cho o l S a n Jo s e , C A

2 0 1 2 A dv i ser Ma r k Sc hwa b R E PR E S E N TAT IVE Ta mmy W hi ta ke r

Sports D omi na nce E ye F l o w Cut-out P ho to P h oto Pa c ka ge

58 ACCO L A D E Eag l e’ s La nd i ng C h r ist i a n A ca de m y M c D o no ug h, GA

2 01 2 A dv i ser K i m B r une t te R E PR E SE N TAT IVe M a t t Fe l i s

P e op l e Cu t-o ut P ho to Q ui c k Rea d Rul e L i ne s Ty p og ra p hi c

spre ad g alle ry

119

59 W I N D FA LL E to w ah Hi g h S c h o o l Wo o d s to c k , GA

2 01 2 A dv i ser C i nd y B a x te r R EP R E S EN TATIVE S Pa t Co r ne l i us & As s o c i a te s

C hro no l o g i c a l Hea d l i ne P ho to Pa c ka ge P ho to St r i p Mo d ul a r A na l o go us

60 M US TA N G G e o rg e Mas o n Hi g h S c h o o l F al l s C h u r c h , VA

2 01 2 A dv i ser Je r e m y S hum p e r t R EP R E S EN TATIVe Ja s o n B a ra no w s ki

Sports Co nt ra s t Hi e ra r c hy P ho to Il l us t ra t i o n P ho to Pa c ka ge P ho to St r i p Rul e L i ne s P ho to Inte ns i ve Co m p l e m e nta r y

61 – 64

120

61 the B U LLP U P M cP he r s o n H i g h S cho o l McP he r s o n, KS

2 0 1 2 A dv i ser Lo i s Jo hns o n R E PR E SE N TAT IVE S Th a ne C ha s ta i n Tuc ke r P i v onka

S p e c i a l S p r ea d s Cu t-out P ho to Rul e L i ne s M a ga z i ne I ns p i r e d

62 the jagua r Ce da r Va l l e y M i ddl e S cho o l A us t i n, T X

2 01 2 A dv i ser Nikki Dowd R E PR E SE N TAT IVe B ra d G ol ub

Re fe r e nce Re p e t i t i o n B a c kg round P hoto Pa c ka ge

spre ad g alle ry

121

63 M AV E RI CK Mai z e S o u t h Hi g h S c h o o l W i c h i ta, KS

2 01 2 A dv i ser S he l l y Wa l s to n R EP R E S EN TATIVE S Tha ne C ha s ta i n Tuc ke r P i vo nka

C hro no l o g i c a l D o m i na nce E ye F l o w Hi e ra r c hy Cut- o ut P ho to G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Quo te s Tra d i t i o na l Mo no c hro m a t i c

64 I M P RI N TS P au l V I Cat h o l i c Hi g h S c h o o l F ai r fa x , VA

2 01 2 A dv i ser E i l e e n K i l ey R EP R E S EN TATIVe Ja s o n B a ra no w s ki

Sports D o m i na nce E ye F l o w Hi e ra r c hy S p a ce Hea d l i ne P ho to St r i p Rul e L i ne s Tra d i t i o na l A na l o go us

65–68

122

65 TOTEM W i l l i a m s to w n H i g h S cho o l W i lli a m s to w n, N J

2 01 2 A dv i ser Sa nd y B oyd R E PR E SE N TAT IVE Ter r y M c G o v e r n, Jr.

C hronol og i c a l Re p e t i t i on P ho to St r i p W h ol e B o o k L i nk

66 DR AG O N TA L E K in gsw a y Re g i o na l Mi d d l e S cho o l Wool w i ch Tw p . , N J

2 0 12 A dv i serS K i m P i nk ha m D e b b i e We s o l e k R E PR E S E N TAT IVe Ter r y Mc G o v e r n, Jr.

St ud e nt L i fe G ra p hi c Ac ce nt P ho to Pa c ka ge Rul e L i ne s Co m p l e me nta r y

spre ad g alle ry

123

67 w i ngs Eag l e c r e s t Hi g h S c h o o l Ce n te n n i al , CO

2 01 2 A dv i ser Ka r e n Wa g ne r R EP R E S EN TATIVE P e te r G r i ffi n

Re fe r e nce Rul e L i ne s S co r e bo a rd Co m p l e m e nta r y

68 D EL P H I A N Ear l Hai g Se c o n d ar y S c h o o l No r t h Yo r k , O N

2 01 2 A dv i ser C l a ud e t te Mi l l e t t- G ra nt R EP R E S EN TATIVe E l a i ne Tur co t te

Orga ni za t i o ns Re p e t i t i o n G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Qui c k Rea d Ma ga z i ne Ins p i r e d S c ra p bo o k

69 –72

124

69 SI E RR A N Eas t B a ke r s f i e l d H i g h S cho o l B a ke r s f i e l d, C A

20 1 2 A dv i ser C h r i s t i na B r ya nt R E PR E SE N TAT IVE Me l i s s a H od ge

St ud e nt L i fe D o mi na nce Pa r t i a l Cut-o ut P h oto Pa c ka ge Q ui c k Rea d

70 acc i p i to r A lta H i g h S cho o l S a ndy, U T

2 01 2 A dv i ser D e ni s e Fe rg us o n R E PR E SE N TAT IVe J ason Ca s t l e ton

Sp or t s E ye F l o w Re p e t i t i o n Cu t-o ut P ho to H ea d l i ne P h o to Pa c ka ge P ho to St r i p Q uote s W h o l e B o o k L i nk P h o to I nte ns i v e Monoc hro ma t i c

spre ad g alle ry

125

71 the DAW N Mt . Zi o n Hi g h S c h o o l Car r o l l to n , GA

2 01 2 A dv i ser L i z Mc D i l l R EP R E S EN TATIVE Ma t t Fe l i s

People Cut- o ut P ho to Hea d l i ne Quo te s

72 the A DVOC ATE W i l l i am Lyo n Mac ke n z i e Co l l e g i ate In s t i t u te No r t h Yo r k , O N

2 01 2 A dv i ser Ca te Cut t l e R EP R E S EN TATIVe E l a i ne Tur co t te

Orga ni za t i o ns S p e c i a l S p r ea d s Cut- o ut P ho to P ho to Pa c ka ge S c ra p bo o k

7 3 –76

126

73 CL A M O C l ay ton H i g h S cho o l C l a y to n, M O

20 1 2 A dv i ser C h r i s t i ne St r i c ke r R E PR E SE N TAT IVE Ke l l y D uv e l

Ac a d e mi c s D o mi na nce G ra p hi c Ac ce nt H ea d l i ne Q ui c k Rea d Mod ul a r

74 PA N T H E R’S PAW Ea s t D upl i n H i g h S cho o l B e ul a v i l l e , N C

2 0 1 2 A dv i ser G i na M i l l e r R E PR E S E N TAT IVe Ja y H a l l

P e op l e Cont ra s t S p a ce B a c kg round H ea d l i ne Ty p o g ra p hi c Mo no c hro ma t i c

spre ad g alle ry

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75 CI TA D EL J ame s B u c h an an Hi g h S c h o o l Me r c e r s b u rg , PA

2 01 2 A dv i ser Ke l l ey Re e d e r R EP R E S EN TATIVE F r e d Re e p i ng

Sports S p a ce Cut- o ut P ho to P ho to Pa c ka ge Qui c k Rea d S co r e bo a rd A na l o go us

76 phoen i x Wo o d w ard Ac ad e my Co l l e g e P ar k , GA

2 01 2 A dv i ser Sa nd ra S l i d e r R EP R E S EN TATIVe S Pa t Co r ne l i us & Ă…s s o c i a te s

Ac a d e m i c s D o m i na nce Hea d l i ne P ho to St r i p Rul e L i ne s Tra d i t i o na l

7 7–8 0

128

77 MIDDLE TO N I A N M iddl e To w ns hi p H i g h S cho o l Ca pe M a y Cou r t H o us e , N J

201 2 A dv i ser M ar t i na Tra p a ni R E PR E S E N TAT IVE Te r r y Mc G o v e r n, Jr.

Sports Cont ra s t E ye F l ow Re p e t i t i on P ho to St r i p Rul e L i ne s W h ol e B o o k L i nk P h o to I nte ns i v e

78 ECH O E S Easte r n C hr i s t i a n H i g h S cho o l N or th H a l e do n, NJ

2 01 2 A dv i ser T i m Ste e n R E PR E SE N TAT IVe Ti m M c G o v e r n

Ad s P h oto Pa c ka ge Q ui c k Rea d Rul e L i ne s Tr i a d i c

spre ad g alle ry

129

79 bea r t r acks B l al ac k Mi d d l e S c h o o l Car r o l l to n , TX

2 01 2 A dv i ser Sa nd ra Co ffe e R EP R E S EN TATIVe S Tr ea d S he ffi e l d & As s o c i a te s

S p e c i a l S p r ea d s Cut- o ut P ho to Quo te s S c ra p bo o k

80 EL ES P E J O Th e We b b S c h o o l s C l ar e mo n t , C A

2 01 2 A dv i ser N i na G i l be r t R EP R E S EN TATIVe C hr i s Jo y

People Co nt ra s t Cut- o ut P ho to P ho to Pa c ka ge Quo te s

81 – 84

130

81 S WO RD & SH I E LD Liberty C h r i s t i a n S cho o l D e nto n, T X

20 12 A dv i serS Vi c k i e Mo rga n Ta mmy Wo o d a l l R E PR E S E N TAT IVe S Tr ea d S he f f i e l d & As s oc i a te s

Ac a d e m i c s Re p e t i t i on Cut-o ut P ho to P ho to St r i p Q ui c k Rea d Q uote s W h o l e B o o k L i nk Tra d i t i o na l

82 the CR AG D e c atu r H i g h S cho o l D e ca t ur, T X

2 01 2 A dv i ser C i nd y B e r r y R E PR E S E N TAT IVe S Tr ea d S he f f i e l d & As s o c i a te s

C hronol og i c a l S p e c i a l Sp r ea d s Re p e t i t i on G ra p hi c Ac ce nt H ea d l i ne P h o to Pa c ka ge Q ui c k Rea d Q uote s Rul e L i ne s Mod ul a r

spre ad g alle ry

131

83 EL ECO Li n c o l n Hi g h S c h o o l Li n c o l n , C A

2 01 2 A dv i ser Ma r y Ma c que e n R EP R E S EN TATIVE Ja n Mo o r e

S p e c i a l S p r ea d s Re p e t i t i o n P ho to Pa c ka ge P ho to Inte ns i ve

84 TON I TR US Ro c k l i n Hi g h S c h o o l Ro c k l i n , C A

2 01 2 A dv i ser Ca s ey N i c ho l s R EP R E S EN TATIVe B r ya n D urd a

Sports Co nt ra s t S p a ce B a c kg ro und G ra p hi c Ac ce nt P ho to St r i p Qui c k Rea d Quo te s S co r e bo a rd Who l e B o o k L i nk Mo d ul a r Mo no c hro m a t i c

8 5 –88

132

85 the ch i ef M o nt r o s e H i g h S cho o l M o nt r o s e , CO

201 2 A dv i ser Ka t hl y ne G a b e r R E PR E S E N TAT IVE Me ga n P hi l i p p

Re fe r e nce Cut-o ut P ho to Q ui c k Rea d Rul e L i ne s

86 the T RIB U T E He r itage H i g h S cho o l Fr i s co, T X

2 0 1 2 A dv i ser Re b e c c a P o l l a rd R E PR E SE N TAT IVeS Tr ea d She f f i e l d & As s oc i a te s

Chro nol og i c a l Re p e t i t i o n G ra p hi c Ac ce nt P hoto St r i p Q uo te s Mo d ul a r

spre ad g alle ry

133

87 M A RTI A N A IR E Goodrich Hi g h S c h o o l G o o d r i c h , MI

2 01 2 A dv i ser C he r y l D o t te r e r R EP R E S EN TATIVE R i a nne P r i ce

Re fe r e nce Sports Re p e t i t i o n P ho to St r i p

88 r e be l F ran k l i n Co u n t y Hi g h S c h o o l W i n c h e s te r, TN

2 01 2 A dv i ser Ma r t ha Le e Mc Ca r t hy R EP R E S EN TATIVe Re be c c a K i l d a y

Ac a d e m i c s Hea d l i ne P ho to Pa c ka ge P ho to St r i p Quo te s Mo no c hro m a t i c

89–92

134

89 the SH A D OW Cact us S ha do w s H i g h S cho o l Ca v e Cr e e k , A Z

201 2 A dv i ser Lor i H a r t R E PR E S E N TAT IVE M i ke Pa nko f f

C hro nol og i c a l S p e c i a l S p r ea d s E ye F l ow P h o to I l l us t ra t i on

90 H E R A LD At l a nt i c Ci t y H i g h S cho o l Atl a nt i c C i t y, NJ

2 0 12 A dv i s E R S Ro y We s l ey, Jr. Mi a W i l l i a ms R E PR E S E N TAT IVe Ter r y Mc G o v e r n, Jr. Sports D omi na nce E ye F l o w Q uo te s Rul e L i ne s Mo noc hro ma t i c

spre ad g alle ry

135

91 AQUIL A Su r r y Ce n t ral Hi g h S c h o o l D o b s o n , NC

2 01 2 A dv i ser Lo r i C r e e d R EP R E S EN TATIVE Ha nk Whi ta ke r

Orga ni za t i o ns Co nt ra s t D o m i na nce P ho to St r i p Qui c k Rea d Quo te s Tra d i t i o na l

92 bronco D e n to n Hi g h S c h o o l D e n to n , TX

2 01 2 A dv i ser G r e g B o go m o l R EP R E S EN TATIVe S Tr ea d S he ffi e l d & As s o c i a te s

Sports S p a ce P ho to Pa c ka ge S co r e bo a rd Mo d ul a r

93–96

136

93 the CR E ST S an d ia H i g h S cho o l A lb uq ue r q ue , N M

201 2 A dv i ser Nan Miller R E PR E S E N TAT IVE M a r y B unc h

People D omi na nce P h o to Pa c ka ge Q uote s

94 ECL ECT I C Las Ve g a s A ca d e m y La s Ve g a s , NV

2 01 2 A dv i ser Ca rol Me d c a l f R E PR E SE N TAT IVe Jud y A l l e n

C hronol og i c a l O rga ni za t i ons Cu t-o ut P ho to G ra p hi c Ac ce nt P hoto Pa c ka ge Q ui c k Rea d Q uo te s Mo d ul a r Monoc hro ma t i c

spre ad g alle ry

137

95 ODYS S E Y No r t h Fo r s y t h Mi d d l e S c h o o l Cu mmi n g , GA

2 01 2 A dv i ser A m y He nke R EP R E S EN TATIVE S Pa t Co r ne l i us & As s o c i a te s

C hro no l o g i c a l D o m i na nce Cut- o ut P ho to Quo te s

96 CON N ECTI ON S S o u t h C h ar l o t te Mi d d l e S c h o o l C h ar l o t te , NC

2 01 2 A dv i ser B ro o ke B a r ro w s R EP R E S EN TATIVe Ste p ha ni e C l a r k

St ud e nt L i fe D o m i na nce Pa r t i a l Cut- o ut P ho to Pa c ka ge Qui c k Rea d Quo te s Who l e B o o k L i nk Mo d ul a r A na l o go us

97–10 0

138

97 CONNECTED@ROCK.CO Ro ck Co unt y H i g h S cho o l B a s s e t t , NE

20 1 2 A dv i ser S he i l a Sy b ra nt R E PR E SE N TAT IVE Rya n H e f f ne r

Ad s S p e c i a l S p r ea d s Re p e t i t i o n Q ui c k Rea d Tra d i t i ona l

98 ILLIA D S ou t h Ta m a Co unt y H i g h S cho o l Ta m a , I A

2 01 2 A dv i ser D e b P l a nt z R E PR E S E N TAT IVe B ob Ke rd us

Ad s Sports G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Pa r t i a l Cut-out P h o to Pa c ka ge Q ui c k Rea d S co r e b o a rd Mod ul a r

spre ad g alle ry

139

99 the falco N Lake D al l as Hi g h S c h o o l Co r i n t h , TX

2 01 2 A dv i ser Ca te r i na C ra i g R EP R E S EN TATIVe S Tr ea d S he ffi e l d & As s o c i a te s

Op e ni ng /C l o s i ng S p a ce Cut- o ut P ho to Hea d l i ne P ho to Pa c ka ge P ho to St r i p Qui c k Rea d Quo te s Mo d ul a r

100 F RI EN D S F r i e n d s Se mi n ar y School Ne w Yo r k , NY

2 01 2 A dv i ser Mi c ha e l Wa rs ha ue r R EP R E S EN TATIVe B r i a n Ie ra rd i

Sports Co nt ra s t Cut- o ut P ho to P ho to Pa c ka ge Qui c k Rea d

1 0 1 –10 4

140

10 1 E ID O LO N C he r r y H i l l Hig h S cho o l Ea s t Che r r y H i l l , N J

2 01 2 A dv i ser John V i v o ne R E PR E SE N TAT IVE Te r r y M c G o v e r n, Jr.

O rga ni za t i o ns Re fe r e nce Re p e t i t i o n B a c kg round G ra p hi c Ac ce nt P hoto St r i p

102 the P RID E Colle y vi l l e H e r i ta g e H i g h S cho o l Co l l e y v i l l e , T X

20 1 2 A dv i ser A nd r ea Coo k S c hl e p p hors t R E PR ESE N TAT IVeS Tr ea d She f f i e l d & As s oc i a te s

People Cont ra s t Re p e t i t i on P h o to Pa c ka ge P ho to St r i p Q ui c k Rea d W h o l e B o o k L i nk

spre ad g alle ry

141

103 ROS ETTE S l o an C r e e k Mi d d l e S c h o o l F ai r vi e w, TX

2 01 2 A dv i ser N i co l e Sa nd e rs R EP R E S EN TATIVe S Tr ea d S he ffi e l d & As s o c i a te s

S p e c i a l S p r ea d s Cut- o ut P ho to P ho to Pa c ka ge P ho to St r i p Qui c k Rea d Quo te s P ho to Inte ns i ve

104 aqu i l a We s t Val l e y Hi g h S c h o o l Co t to n w o o d , C A

2 01 2 A dv i ser D e bbi e C hra s ta R EP R E S EN TATIVe Ja ne K i l go r e

St ud e nt L i fe Cut- o ut P ho to G ra p hi c Ac ce nt P ho to Pa c ka ge Quo te s

1 0 5 –10 8

142

10 5 GNOMON M o und s P a r k A ca d e m y St . P a ul , M N

2 0 1 2 A dv i ser KaTr i na We nt z e l R E PR E S E N TAT IVE Sa ra Sa us ke r

P e op l e Re p e t i t i o n Cut-out P ho to G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Q ui c k Rea d Q uo te s Monoc hro ma t i c

10 6 FA LCO N Fa i r v i e w M i ddl e S cho o l Fa i r v i e w, T N

2 01 2 A dv i ser L i nd a C ha m b e rs R E PR E SE N TAT IVe B e c k y N i c hol s

Sp or t s D o mi na nce Re p e t i t i o n P h oto Pa c ka ge Q uote s Rul e L i ne s Mo d ul a r Mo noc hro ma t i c

spre ad g alle ry

143

107 TI G ER P RID E Ne w k i r k Hi g h S c h o o l Ne w k i r k , O K

2 01 2 A dv i ser Me l i s s a Mul l i n R EP R E S EN TATIVE D us t i n Ke i rs ey

C hro no l o g i c a l Orga ni za t i o ns Cut- o ut P ho to P ho to Pa c ka ge P ho to St r i p Quo te s Tra d i t i o na l

108 PA L M ECH O P al myra Hi g h S c h o o l P al myra, PA

2 01 2 A dv i ser Sus a n St ro h R EP R E S EN TATIVe A l Ra m e r

Ac a d e m i c s P ho to Pa c ka ge Qui c k Rea d Rul e L i ne s Mo d ul a r

1 0 9 –112

144

10 9 T ECU M SE H S ha w ne e H i g h S cho o l M e d fo rd , N J

2 0 12 A dv i serS Ke l l y B a co n Ro se m a r y Jo hns o n Sa ra h Wa r r e n R E PR E SE N TAT IVE Ter r y Mc G o v e r n, Jr.

Sp or t s Co nt ra s t Re p e t i t i o n G ra p hi c Ac ce nt H ea d l i ne P hoto Pa c ka ge Q uo te s Rul e L i ne s

110 the P RID E War h ill H i g h S cho o l W i lli a m s b urg , VA

2 0 1 2 A dv i ser Ka tie M a c La uc hl a n R E PR ESE N TAT IVeS Joe B oo c ks Ja y H o l l i s

St ud e nt L i fe D o mi na nce P hoto Pa c ka ge Q uo te s Rul e L i ne s

spre ad g alle ry

145

111 the longho r n Le g ac y Hi g h S c h o o l No r t h Las Ve g as , NV

2 01 2 A dv i ser Ro s e m a r y Kea n-Wa l s h R EP R E S EN TATIVE Jud y A l l e n

People Re p e t i t i o n G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Qui c k Rea d Quo te s

112 the r eco r d V i n e l an d Hi g h S c h o o l V i n e l an d , NJ

2 01 2 A dv i ser Ca t hy D e Ma r co R EP R E S EN TATIVe Te r r y Mc G o ve r n, Jr.

Orga ni za t i o ns E ye F l o w G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Tra d i t i o na l

1 1 3–116

146

113 WA H I N A C he y e nne Ea s t H i g h S cho o l C he y e nne , W Y

2 0 1 2 A dv i ser Suz y Q ui nn R E PR E SE N TAT IVE S D a na We i s s La ur e n F r y

Re fe r e nce Cu t-out P ho to G ra p hi c Ac ce nt P h o to I l l us t ra t i on

114 VA L H A LL A Lans do w ne H i g h S c h o o l A ca d e m y Ba l t i m o r e , M D

2 01 2 A dv i ser Ra c he l Va l s i ng R E PR E SE N TAT IVe J o hn B ra nni ga n

Ac a d e mi c s D omi na nce G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Tra d i t i o na l

spre ad g alle ry

147

115 P I ON EE R P at u x e n t Hi g h S c h o o l Lu s b y, MD

2 01 2 A dv i ser Jus t i n S l o a n R EP R E S EN TATIVE Steve S w e e t

Sports D o m i na nce E ye F l o w Cut- o ut P ho to P ho to Pa c ka ge Quo te s

116 K A M O‘OL ELO O ’LOL A N I ’Io l an i S c h o o l Ho n o l u l u , HI

2 01 2 A dv i ser Mi c he l l e Kno e tge n R EP R E S EN TATIVe Ma ur e e n Wi l l e t t

Sports E ye F l o w Hi e ra r c hy Hea d l i ne Quo te s Rul e L i ne s

1 1 7–120

148

11 7 t rojan Ea s t Tr o y H i g h S cho o l Ea s t Tr o y, W I

2 0 1 2 A dv i ser D e b ra Le i s i ng R E PR E S E N TAT IVE Pa t r i c k Ra nd

O rga ni za t i o ns D omi na nce Pa r t i a l Cut-out P h oto Pa c ka ge P hoto St r i p Tra d i t i ona l A na l o go us

118 R E FL ECTO R Be n d l e H i g h S cho o l B ur to n, M I

2 0 1 2 A dv i ser E r i n A nd r e w s R E PR E S E N TAT IVe R i a nne P r i ce

St ud e nt L i fe D o mi na nce Re p e t i t i o n B a c kg round Q uo te s M a ga z i ne I ns p i r e d

spre ad g alle ry

149

119 the CH A S E C h as e Co u n t y J r. / S r. Hi g h S c h o o l Co t to n w o o d F al l s , KS

2 01 2 A dv i ser L i nd a D ra ke R EP R E S EN TATIVE S Tha ne C ha s ta i n Tuc ke r P i vo nka

Ad s Re fe r e nce B a c kg ro und

120 WA RRI OR U t i c a Hi g h S c h o o l U t i c a, MI

2 01 2 A dv i ser Sta c y S m a l e R EP R E S EN TATIVe S B o b B e rs c hba c k Mi ke B e rs c hba c k

Orga ni za t i o ns D o m i na nce E ye F l o w B a c kg ro und G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Hea d l i ne P ho to St r i p Qui c k Rea d Quo te s Tra d i t i o na l Mo no c hro m a t i c

1 21 –124

150

12 1 l air W he e l i ng H i g h S cho o l W he e l i ng , I L

20 1 2 A dv i ser Sa nd ra G r ue n R E PR E SE N TAT IVE Re g i na M ur ra y

Sp or t s D o mi na nce H i e ra r c hy G ra p hi c Ac ce nt P h o to I l l us t ra t i o n P hoto Pa c ka ge S co r e b o a rd A na l o go us

12 2 the SPA RTA N S no w Ca ny o n Mi ddl e S cho o l St . G e o rg e , U T

2 01 2 A dv i ser Cam e ron H a ns e n R E PR E SE N TAT IVe Mol l y S ha he e n

C hronol og i c a l P hoto Pa c ka ge P ho to St r i p Q uo te s

spre ad g alle ry

151

12 3 P I ERI A N R i c h mo n d Hi g h S c h o o l R i c h mo n d , IN

2 01 2 A dv i ser B r i a n B e nne t t R EP R E S EN TATIVE D o nny B o yd

People Re p e t i t i o n G ra p hi c Ac ce nt P ho to St r i p Qui c k Rea d

124 the L EG ACY Co x Mi l l Hi g h S c h o o l Co n c o rd , NC

2 01 2 A dv i ser Ca s ey Ca m p be l l R EP R E S EN TATIVe Alison Klopp

St ud e nt L i fe Qui c k Rea d Mo d ul a r A na l o go us

1 25 –128

152

12 5 RI C H M O N D H ILL H I G H S CH O O L R i chm o nd H i l l H i g h S cho o l Ric h m o nd H i l l , O N

2 0 12 A dv i serS Jo s e D’Av e rs a Le o Sc i r e R E PR E S E N TAT IVE E la i ne Tur cot te

St ud e nt L i fe Cont ra s t E ye F l o w B a c kg round H ea d l i ne M a ga z i ne I ns p i r e d Ty p og ra p hi c

12 6 L AT I PAC N e e dha n B . B r o ug hto n H i g h S cho o l R a l e i g h, N C

2 01 2 A dv i ser C h e ls ey Sa und e rs R E PR ESE N TAT IVeS Ki m Tr e z o na K r i s t i n St i mme l l Ka s ey H a r e

Sp or t s Co nt ra s t D o mi na nce Cu t-o ut P ho to P hoto Pa c ka ge P hoto St r i p M a ga z i ne I ns p i r e d Co m p l e me nta r y

spre ad g alle ry

153

12 7 S EM P E RVIR E N S S an Lo r e n z o Val l e y Hi g h S c h o o l F e l to n , C A

2 01 2 A dv i ser D a ve P o e t z i nge r R EP R E S EN TATIVE Me l i s s a P fe i ffe r

St ud e nt L i fe Re p e t i t i o n Cut- o ut P ho to G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Hea d l i ne P ho to Inte ns i ve S c ra p bo o k

12 8 the S OUTH PAW Fo r t Zu mw ah S o u t h Hi g h S c h o o l St . P e te r s , MO

2 01 2 A dv i ser Ja m i e D e m e te r R EP R E S EN TATIVe Ke l l y D uve l

Ads B a c kg ro und P ho to Pa c ka ge Tra d i t i o na l

1 29 –132

154

12 9 the O DYS SE Y Estrella Foothills High School Goodyear, AZ

201 2 A dv i ser K r i s te n Kohl i R E PR E S E N TAT IVE Br e nt M c Ca s l a nd

Orga ni za t i ons Cut-o ut P ho to Tra d i t i o na l

13 0 GAL AXY A r c h b i s ho p Ca r ne y Re g i o na l Se c onda r y S cho o l P or t Co q ui t l a m , B C

20 1 2 A dv i ser Kev i n St r e e t R E PR E SE N TAT IVe Lea h Ki ng

Ac a d e m i c s Co nt ra s t D o mi na nce H ea d l i ne P h oto Pa c ka ge P hoto St r i p Q ui c k Rea d Q uote s Mo noc hro ma t i c

spre ad g alle ry

155

131 LON E S TA R J ame s B o w i e Hi g h S c h o o l Au s t i n , TX

2 01 2 A dv i ser D ea nna D e l l a na R EP R E S EN TATIVE B ra d G o l ub

C hro no l o g i c a l D o m i na nce S p a ce G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Hea d l i ne P ho to Pa c ka ge Qui c k Rea d Quo te s Mo d ul a r Mo no c hro m a t i c

132 GYRE Ro b b i n s d al e Ar ms t r o n g Hi g h S c h o o l P l ymo u t h , MN

2 01 2 A dv i ser A m y B uc hho l t z R EP R E S EN TATIVe To m Va nd e r Aa rd e

People Re p e t i t i o n Cut- o ut P ho to G ra p hi c Ac ce nt P ho to St r i p Qui c k Rea d Quo te s Who l e B o o k L i nk P ho to Inte ns i ve

1 33–136

156

1 33 OA K L E AV E S Fa y e t te v i l l e M an liu s H i g h S cho o l M a nl i us , N Y

2 0 1 2 A dv i ser Jo y ce H a ns e n R E PR E S E N TAT IVE Lau ra Tor ta r e l l a

Sports D omi na nce H i e ra r c hy S p a ce G ra p hi c Ac ce nt H ea d l i ne Rul e L i ne s M a ga z i ne I ns p i r e d

13 4 UA X ACT U N Te r r e H a ute S o ut h V ig o H i g h S cho o l Ter r e H a ute , I N

20 1 2 A dv i ser Pa t r i c k K i l l e e n R E PR E SE N TAT IVe Sus a n Ta y l o r

P e op l e Cut-out P ho to G ra p hi c Ac ce nt P h o to I l l us t ra t i on P hoto St r i p Q ui c k Rea d P h o to I nte ns i v e

spre ad g alle ry

157

135 L A N CER Kingsway Regional High School Woolwich Township, NJ

2 01 2 A dv i ser S A nge l i ne Ma s i s hi n Pa t r i c i a Yul o R EP R E S EN TATIVE Te r r y Mc G o ve r n, Jr.

Re fe r e nce E ye F l o w Quo te s

136 the L A N CE Ho l y C r o s s Hi g h S c h o o l D e l ran , NJ

2 01 2 A dv i ser Ke l l y C ra y R EP R E S EN TATIVe Te r r y Mc G o ve r n, Jr.

Sports Cut- o ut P ho to G ra p hi c Ac ce nt P ho to Pa c ka ge Qui c k Rea d Quo te s Mo d ul a r

1 37–140

158

137 T RO J A N Ce nte r G r o v e H i g h S cho o l Gr e e nw o o d , I N

2 0 1 2 A dv i ser Ca s ey Te d ro w R E PR E S E N TAT IVE Sus a n Ta y l or Sports D omi na nce G ra p hi c Ac ce nt P ho to Pa c ka ge Rul e L i ne s Mod ul a r

13 8 GOLD E N A E RI E A s t r o na ut H i g h S cho o l T i t us v i l l e , FL

201 2 A dv i ser Ca l l i e Wi l l i a ms R E PR E S E N TAT IVe Cha d Ra g l a nd

O rga ni za t i o ns Re fe r e nce Q uote s Mo noc hro ma t i c

spre ad g alle ry

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139 tR ACER Fo r e s t P ar k Hi g h S c h o o l F e rd i n an d , IN

2 01 2 A dv i ser Ta m m y Ta y l o r R EP R E S EN TATIVE Ca m B a rd w e l l

Orga ni za t i o ns People E ye F l o w Cut- o ut P ho to

140 B EN TON I A N B e n to n Co mmu n i t y Hi g h S c h o o l Van Ho r n e , IA

2 01 2 A dv i ser D i a ne Tro s te l - Re d m o nd R EP R E S EN TATIVe B o b Ke rd us

St ud e nt L i fe D o m i na nce G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Qui c k Rea d Tra d i t i o na l Mo no c hro m a t i c

1 41 –144

160

1 41 panthe r paw P f l ug e r v i l l e H i g h S cho o l P fl ug e r v i l l e , T X

2 0 1 2 A dv i ser Bro o k H a m p to n R E PR E S E N TAT IVE B ra d G o l ub

O rga ni za t i o ns B a c kg round P ho to Pa c ka ge S c ra p b oo k

142 A N E W T WI ST Te r r y v i l l e H i g h S cho o l Te r r y v i l l e , C T

2 0 12 A dv i sers B ro o ke M a t us z c za k D ia ne R i c ha rd s R E PR E S E N TAT IVe Kev i n M y ja k

Ac a d e m i c s D omi na nce E ye F l ow H i e ra r c hy G ra p hi c Ac ce nt P hoto St r i p Q ui c k Rea d Q uote s Mo d ul a r

spre ad g alle ry

161

143 P H OE N I X F L A M E D al to n L . Mc Mi c h ae l Hi g h S c h o o l Mayo d an , NC

2 01 2 A dv i ser Ly n Ca r l i s l e R EP R E S EN TATIVE Jo e E l m o r e

Sports D o m i na nce Tra d i t i o na l A na l o go us

144 WA RRI OR P RID E Tu r ke y Ru n Mi d d l e & Hi g h S c h o o l Mar s h al l , IN

2 01 2 A dv i ser Lo r i B ro w n R EP R E S EN TATIVe Sus a n Ta y l o r

S p e c i a l S p r ea d s St ud e nt L i fe Re p e t i t i o n G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Quo te s S c ra p bo o k

1 45–148

162

1 45 PA N T H E R P RIDE La w to n C hi l e s Mi d d l e S cho o l O v i e d o, FL

2 0 1 2 A dv i ser Me l i s s a La ud a ni R E PR E S E N TAT IVE C ha d Ra g l a nd

Orga ni za t i o ns P e op l e G ra p hi c Ac ce nt P h oto Pa c ka ge S c ra p b oo k

14 6 WA RRI O R We st B ra nch A r e a H i g h S cho o l M o r r i s da l e , PA

2 0 1 2 A dv i ser Je s s Lev o ni c k R E PR E S E N TAT IVe Scot t G e e s ey

Sports P ho to Pa c ka ge P ho to St r i p Q uote s Mod ul a r

spre ad g alle ry

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147 M A S COT Me x i c o Mi d d l e S c h o o l Me x i c o, MO

2 01 2 A dv i ser C i nd y A l l i s o n R EP R E S EN TATIVE Wa l l y Ma l i ns

People Re p e t i t i o n Cut- o ut P ho to G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Qui c k Rea d Who l e B o o k L i nk P ho to Inte ns i ve

148 COUG A R R EF L ECTI ON S Hi l l Co u n t r y Mi d d l e S c h o o l Au s t i n , TX

2 01 2 A dv i ser Ya s e m i n F l o r ey R EP R E S EN TATIVe B ra d G o l ub

Ac a d e m i c s D o m i na nce P ho to Pa c ka ge Qui c k Rea d Quo te s Who l e B o o k L i nk Co m p l e m e nta r y

1 49 –152

164

1 49 TH U N D E RBIRD S ky l i ne S cho o l s P ra t t , KS

201 2 A dv i ser Jud y H a m p e l R E PR E SE N TAT IVE Ja ke Wr i g ht

C hronol og i c a l D omi na nce Cu t-o ut P ho to G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Q ui c k Rea d Q uote s Tra d i t i o na l

15 0 T H E LIO N F a i t h Chr i s t i a n S cho o l A nni s to n, A L

201 2 A dv i ser Ca r ey Je nk i ns R E PR E S E N TAT IVe Ty l e r Me l to n

People P h o to Pa c ka ge P ho to St r i p P h o to I nte ns i v e

spre ad g alle ry

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151 TROJ A N Stan to n Co u n t y Hi g h S c h o o l J o h n s o n , KS

2 01 2 A dv i ser A nn D a vi s R EP R E S EN TATIVE Ja ke Wr i g ht

Sports Co nt ra s t G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Hea d l i ne S co r e bo a rd Tra d i t i o na l A na l o go us

152 VOYAG E R Li e d Mi d d l e S c h o o l Las Ve g as , NV

2 01 2 A dv i ser Ly n Ace bo R EP R E S EN TATIVe Mi c he l l e A l l e n

C hro no l o g i c a l D o m i na nce Cut- o ut P ho to P ho to Pa c ka ge P ho to St r i p Qui c k Rea d Quo te s Mo d ul a r Mo no c hro m a t i c

1 5 3–156

166

15 3 I F YOU B U ILD I T… Riv e r f i e l d Co unt r y D a y S cho o l Tul s a , O K

2 0 12 A dv i serS B roo ke Kni g ht We s Ro w e l l R E PR E SE N TAT IVE D u s t i n Ke i rs ey

Ac a d e mi c s Re p e t i t i on P h o to Pa c ka ge

15 4 PA RCH M E N T S G r e e nb r i e r C h r ist i a n A ca de m y C h es a pe a ke , VA

20 1 2 A dv i ser Ka t i e Ca s te l ow R E PR ESE N TAT IVeS Joe B oo c ks Ja y H o l l i s

Sp or t s D o mi na nce Re p e t i t i o n Cu t-o ut P ho to G ra p hi c Ac ce nt H ea d l i ne P ho to St r i p Q ui c k Rea d Q uo te s Tra d i t i o na l Co mp l e me nta r y

spre ad g alle ry

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155 TH E P R E DATOR Fo r t Zu mw al t We s t Hi g h S c h o o l O’F al l o n , MO

2 01 2 A dv i ser Lo ra n Ma r que z R EP R E S EN TATIVE Ke l l y D uve l

People Qui c k Rea d Quo te s Tra d i t i o na l Co m p l e m e nta r y

156 TH E BR AV E Co mmu n i t y Hi g h S c h o o l Ne vad a, TX

2 01 2 A dv i ser E m i l y Co r ne l i us R EP R E S EN TATIVe S Tr ea d S he ffi e l d & As s o c i a te s

Ad s P ho to Pa c ka ge Tra d i t i o na l

1 5 7–160

168

15 7 the CL A S SI C Car m a n-A i ns w o r t h H i g h S cho o l Fl i nt , M I

2 01 2 A dv i ser A l e x i s B unka R E PR E SE N TAT IVe R i a nne P r i ce

St ud e nt L i fe D o mi na nce E ye F l ow Re p e t i t i on H ea d l i ne Q uote s Mod ul a r

15 8 the P ROW L E R J u st i n Wa ke l a nd H i g h S cho o l Fr i s co, T X

2 0 1 2 A dv i ser M a rg i e Ra p e r R E PR E SE N TAT IVeS Tr ea d She f f i e l d & As s oc i a te s

S p e c i a l Sp r ea d s D o mi na nce H ea d l i ne P hoto Pa c ka ge M a ga z i ne I ns p i r e d B lack a nd W hi te Monoc hro ma t i c

spre ad g alle ry

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159 CEDA R S Le b an o n Hi g h S c h o o l Le b an o n , F L

2 01 2 A dv i ser Ca ro l Ka z m i e r c za k R EP R E S EN TATIVe Sus a n Ta y l o r

S p e c i a l S p r ea d s Re p e t i t i o n Cut- o ut P ho to Hea d l i ne P ho to Pa c ka ge P ho to St r i p Quo te s Rul e L i ne s

16 0 ECH OE S Ro x b u r y Hi g h S c h o o l Su c c as u n n a, NJ

2 01 2 A dv i ser L i s a Hud l o w R EP R E S EN TATIVe Lo u E s p o s i to, Jr.

S p e c i a l S p r ea d s Co nt ra s t D o m i na nce B a c kg ro und G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Ma ga z i ne Ins p i r e d B l a c k a nd Whi te

1 61 –164

170

1 61 the VIE W M o unta i n Vi e w H i g h S cho o l M e r i di a n, I D

201 2 A dv i ser Te r ra F r e i R E PR E SE N TAT IVe Virginia Cotter-Wilson

S p e c i a l Sp r ea d s D omi na nce E ye F l ow H ea d l i ne Q uote s M agaz i ne I ns p i r e d

1 62 L ACO N I A N Gl e nb r o o k N o r t h H i g h S cho o l N o r t hb r o o k , I L

2 0 1 2 A dv i ser Kate Kinsella Coupland R E PR E S E N TAT IVe C ra ig Ro s e nb e rge r

S p e c i a l S p r ea d s E ye F l ow P ho to Pa c ka ge Rul e L i ne s Tra d i t i ona l

spre ad g alle ry

171

163 E XC A LIBUR St rat fo rd Hi g h S c h o o l Goose Creek, SC

2 01 2 A dv i ser Jo s e p h Ma nc he s te r R EP R E S EN TATIVes Jo hn B um ga r ne r A nd r e w B e l l

S p e c i a l S p r ea d s E ye F l o w Re p e t i t i o n Hea d l i ne P ho to Pa c ka ge Ma ga z i ne Ins p i r e d B l a c k a nd Whi te

16 4 EP ILOG UE Ap e x Hi g h S c h o o l Ap e x , NC

2 01 2 A dv i ser Christopher Stapleton R EP R E S EN TATIVe S K i m Tr e z o na K r i s t i n St i m m e l l Ka s ey Ha r e

St ud e nt L i fe E ye F l o w P ho to Pa c ka ge Qui c k Rea d Mo d ul a r

1 65–168

172

165 SA BRE J effe r s o n Fo r e s t H i g h S cho o l Fo r e s t , VA

2 01 2 A dv i ser Wend y S i ng l e ton R E PR E SE N TAT IVe Ha nk Whi ta ke r

S p e c i a l S p r ea d s D o mi na nce E ye F l o w Q uo te s Rul e L i ne s M aga z i ne I ns p i r e d

16 6 the E D G E A l pha r e t ta H i g h S cho o l A lp ha r e t ta , GA

20 1 2 A dv i ser A nna Le f ko f f R E PR E SE N TAT IVeS Pa t Cor ne l i us & As s o c i a te s

St ud e nt L i fe Sp a ce G ra p hi c Ac ce nt P h oto Pa c ka ge Q uo te s Mo d ul a r Mo noc hro ma t i c

spre ad g alle ry

173

16 7 CL A RI ON South Point Hi g h S c h o o l B e l mo n t , NC

2 01 2 A dv i ser Ti e ka He l to n R EP R E S EN TATIVe Ste p ha ni e C l a r k

S p e c i a l S p r ea d s D o m i na nce B a c kg ro und P ho to Pa c ka ge Rul e L i ne s Ma ga z i ne Ins p i r e d

168 M ETE OR Har l e m Hi g h S c h o o l Mac h e s n e y P ar k , IL

2 01 2 A dv i ser Ke l l y E ng l e r R EP R E S EN TATIVe Pa t r i c k Ra nd

St ud e nt L i fe G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Hea d l i ne P ho to Pa c ka ge Tra d i t i o na l

1 69 –1 72

174

1 69 L AHIAN La ke w o o d H i g h S cho o l La ke w o o d , CO

20 1 2 A dv i ser B o b G i us to R E PR E SE N TAT IVe Me ga n P hi l i p p

S p e c i a l S p r ea d s D o mi na nce E ye F l o w G ra p hi c Ac ce nt M a ga z i ne I ns p i r e d

1 70 the TA LO N Val liv u e H i g h S cho o l Ca l dw e l l , I D

20 1 2 A dv i ser Ly n ne B ur nha m R E PR E SE N TAT IVe V i rg i ni a Cot te r-Wi l s o n

St ud e nt L i fe Cut-out P ho to G ra p hi c Ac ce nt H ea d l i ne P h oto Pa c ka ge P hoto St r i p Q uo te s Mo d ul a r

spre ad g alle ry

175

171 go lden embe r s C h ap ar ral Hi g h S c h o o l S c o t t s d al e , AZ

2 01 2 A dv i ser Sta cey S hco l ni k R EP R E S EN TATIVe Mi ke Pa nko ff

S p e c i a l S p r ea d s Co nt ra s t Re p e t i t i o n P ho to Pa c ka ge B l a c k a nd Whi te

1 72 the r att le r U n i o n Mi n e Hi g h S c h o o l E l D o rad o, C A

2 01 2 A dv i ser Sus a n Sa ge r R EP R E S EN TATIVe Ja n Mo o r e

St ud e nt L i fe S p a ce Cut- o ut P ho to G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Qui c k Rea d Mo d ul a r A na l o go us

1 7 3–1 76

176

173 T H E B O LT Ce n tral H i g h S cho o l Ke l l e r, T X

2 01 2 A dv i ser N a ta l i e B row n R E PR ESE N TAT IVes Tr ea d S he f f i e l d & As s o c i a te s

S p e c i a l Sp r ea d s D o mi na nce E ye F l o w B a c kg round Rul e L i ne s M a gaz i ne I ns p i r e d

1 74 DRO FLIM M i lford H i g h S cho o l M i l fo rd , O H

2 01 2 A dv i ser Jos e p h C l a us R E PR E S E N TAT IVe Ka r i W hi s l e r

St ud e nt L i fe Cont ra s t D omi na nce G ra p hi c Ac ce nt P h o to I l l us t ra t i on P h o to Pa c ka ge Q uote s M a ga z i ne I ns p i r e d

spre ad g alle ry

177

1 75 BLUF F Scottsbluff Hi g h S c h o o l S c o t t s b l u f f, NE

2 01 2 A dv i ser Te r r y P i t ki n R EP R E S EN TATIVe Rya n He ffne r

S p e c i a l S p r ea d s D o m i na nce B a c kg ro und Cut- o ut P ho to Quo te s Ma ga z i ne Ins p i r e d

1 76 S P ECTATOR Lo u i s e S . Mc G e h e e S c h o o l Ne w O r l e an s , LA

2 01 2 A dv i ser S co t t Mc Le t c hi e R EP R E S EN TATIVe Yve t te Ca to i r e

S p e c i a l S p r ea d s Cut- o ut P ho to Hea d l i ne Rul e L i ne s Tra d i t i o na l Mo no c hro m a t i c

1 7 7–18 0

178

177 tA LO N Rowle t t H i g h S cho o l Ro w l e t t , T X

2 0 1 2 A dv i ser K r i s t y Ro d ge rs R E PR E SE N TAT IVes Tr ea d She f f i e l d & As s o c i a te s

S p e c i a l Sp r ea d s H i e ra r c hy Re p e t i t i o n H ea d l i ne P hoto Pa c ka ge P ho to St r i p M aga z i ne I ns p i r e d P h o to I nte ns i v e Bl a c k a nd Whi te

1 78 E L PA DRE S o no m a Va l l e y H i g h S cho o l S o no m a , C A

2 01 2 A dv i ser A nd y M i t c he l l R E PR E SE N TAT IVe She r i S co t t

St ud e nt L i fe Re p e t i t i o n Sp a ce Cu t-o ut P ho to P h o to Pa c ka ge P ho to St r i p P h o to I nte ns i v e

spre ad g alle ry

179

1 79 E VOLVE We s te r n Can ad a Hi g h S c h o o l Cal g ar y, AB

2 01 2 A dv i ser S Ja s o n A r no t G w e n R i d o ut Je nni fe r Ro c he l ea u R EP R E S EN TATIVe Ka r e n Sa und e rs

S p e c i a l S p r ea d s B a c kg ro und Hea d l i ne P ho to Il l us t ra t i o n Rul e L i ne s Ma ga z i ne Ins p i r e d

180 the A M ETH YS T F aye t te vi l l e Hi g h S c h o o l F aye t te vi l l e , AR

2 01 2 A dv i ser Ste p he n Tea g ue R EP R E S EN TATIVe Ra nd y Jo e Ha m i l to n

St ud e nt L i fe E ye F l o w Cut- o ut P ho to P ho to St r i p Qui c k Rea d Quo te s Mo d ul a r Mo no c hro m a t i c

1 81 –184

180

1 81 PAWE SE H I P a r k w a y We s t H i g h S cho o l B a l l w i n, M O

2 01 2 A dv i ser D e b ra Kl ev e ns R E PR E SE N TAT IVe Ji m D um o nt

S p e c i a l Sp r ea d s S p a ce Cut-o ut P ho to P h o to Pa c ka ge Q uote s P h o to I nte ns i v e

1 82 eag l e Ede n P ra i r i e H i g h S cho o l Ed e n P ra i r i e , M N

2 01 2 A dv i ser K r i s te n B a nke rs R E PR E SE N TAT IVe She r r i Lo ney

St ud e nt L i fe Q ui c k Rea d Q uo te s Rul e L i ne s Mo d ul a r

spre ad g alle ry

181

183 CURR E N T C h at tah o o c h e e Hi g h S c h o o l J o h n s C r e e k , GA

2 01 2 A dv i ser Ka t hy S m i t h R EP R E S EN TATIVes Pa t Co r ne l i us & As s o c i a te s

S p e c i a l S p r ea d s D o m i na nce E ye F l o w G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Hea d l i ne Ma ga z i ne Ins p i r e d Mo no c hro m a t i c

184 PA N TH ER TR ACK S P u t n am C i t y No r t h Hi g h S c h o o l O k l ah o ma C i t y, O K

2 01 2 A dv i ser Ly ns i e B r e nne r R EP R E S EN TATIVe B a r t B a ke r

St ud e nt L i fe D o m i na nce S p a ce Cut- o ut P ho to Hea d l i ne P ho to St r i p Quo te s Tra d i t i o na l

1 8 5 –188

182

18 5 SA N D S CRI P T A p tos H i g h S cho o l A pto s , C A

20 1 2 A dv i ser Sta c y A ro nov i c i R E PR E S E N TAT IVe Me l i s s a P fe i f fe r

S p e c i a l S p r ea d s Co nt ra s t D o mi na nce H ea d l i ne M aga z i ne I ns p i r e d Tr i a d i c

18 6 the L EG ACY D ut ch Fo r k H i g h S cho o l I r m o, S C

201 2 A dv i ser D eb o ra h G a s con R E PR E SE N TAT IVe D a v i d Pa t r i c k

St ud e nt L i fe D omi na nce E ye F l ow G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Q ui c k Rea d Tra d i t i ona l A na l o go us

spre ad g alle ry

183

187 the L EG ACY He r i tag e Hi g h S c h o o l R i n g g o l d , GA

2 01 2 A dv i ser Wa y ne Ing l e R EP R E S EN TATIVe Re be c c a K i l d a y

S p e c i a l S p r ea d s Re p e t i t i o n Hea d l i ne P ho to St r i p P ho to Inte ns i ve

188 C AVA LI ER Car r o l l Hi g h S c h o o l Fo r t Wayn e , IN

2 01 2 A dv i ser Jul i e G o rd y R EP R E S EN TATIVe Ma r k C hi l d s

Sports E ye F l o w Hea d l i ne P ho to Pa c ka ge Quo te s Who l e B o o k L i nk Tra d i t i o na l Co m p l e m e nta r y

1 89 –192

184

1 89 the T R AV E L E R Ro b e r t E . Le e H i g h S cho o l S an A nto ni o, T X

2 01 2 A dv i ser B r e nd a S l a t ton R E PR E SE N TAT IVe M ica B e na v i d e s

S p e c i a l Sp r ea d s D o mi na nce B a c kg round H ea d l i ne M aga z i ne I ns p i r e d

190 A RT I SA N De lc as t l e Te chni ca l H i g h S cho o l W il m i ng to n, D E

201 2 A dv i ser E l e na B r e nne r R E PR E S E N TAT IVe C huc k H ud s o n

St ud e nt L i fe E ye F l ow H i e ra r c hy B a c kg round H ea d l i ne P ho to Pa c ka ge Q ui c k Rea d Mo d ul a r

spre ad g alle ry

185

19 1 P H OE N I X J. A. C rai g Hi g h S c h o o l J an e s vi l l e , W I

2 01 2 A dv i ser K r i s t i n E l s be r nd R EP R E S EN TATIVe Pa t r i c k Ra nd

S p e c i a l S p r ea d s B a c kg ro und P ho to Il l us t ra t i o n P ho to St r i p Ma ga z i ne Ins p i r e d B l a c k a nd Whi te Mo no c hro m a t i c

192 S I N G I N G SA N D S C h e s te r to n Hi g h S c h o o l C h e s te r to n , IN

2 01 2 A dv i ser B i l l Ca ul to n R EP R E S EN TATIVe P hi l Pa ge

St ud e nt L i fe S p a ce P ho to Pa c ka ge Qui c k Rea d Rul e L i ne s Mo d ul a r

1 93–196

186

1 93 TAL K I N G L E AV E S C he r o ke e H i g h S cho o l M a r l to n, NJ

20 12 A dv i seR S S h a ro n B i l l e td oux Me li ssa D e M a r ce l l o Ste p ha ni e M a rone R E PR E SE N TAT IVe Te r r y M c G o v e r n, Jr.

S p e c i a l Sp r ea d s E ye F l o w H ea d l i ne P h oto Pa c ka ge Rul e L i ne s

194 RO U N D - U P Cop p e ll H i g h S cho o l Co ppe l l , T X

201 2 A dv i ser Rac h e l P e l l e g r i no R E PR ES E N TAT IVe S Tr ea d S he f f i e l d & As s oc i a te s

St ud e nt L i fe D omi na nce G ra p hi c Ac ce nt P h o to Pa c ka ge Q ui c k Rea d Q uote s Mod ul a r

spre ad g alle ry

187

195 VA L H A LL A G r o s s e P o i n te No r t h Hi g h S c h o o l G r o s s e P o i n te Wo o d s , MI

2 01 2 A dv i ser S ha r i Ad w e rs R EP R E S EN TATIVes B o b B e rs c hba c k Mi ke B e rs c hba c k

S p e c i a l S p r ea d s Co nt ra s t D o m i na nce E ye F l o w P ho to Il l us t ra t i o n Rul e L i ne s Ma ga z i ne Ins p i r e d B l a c k a nd Whi te

196 CR ES T P r o s p e c t Hi g h S c h o o l Mo u n t P r o s p e c t , IL

2 01 2 A dv i ser N i co l e Sto l t z R EP R E S EN TATIVe Re g i na Mur ra y

St ud e nt L i fe G ra p hi c Ac ce nt P ho to Pa c ka ge Qui c k Rea d Quo te s Co m p l e m e nta r y

1 97–20 0

188

1 97 SP IR A L A s hl e y H a l l C h a r l e s to n, S C

20 1 2 A dv i ser C i nd y A nd r e w s R E PR ESE N TAT IVes J o hn B um ga r ne r A nd r e w B e l l

S p e c i a l S p r ea d s E ye F l o w G ra p hi c Ac ce nt P h oto Pa c ka ge Q uo te s M a ga z i ne I ns p i r e d

198 the log R and o l ph- H e nr y H i g h S cho o l Cha r l o t te Cour t H o us e , VA

2 0 1 2 A dv i ser C lau d i a M c M i l l a n R E PR E S E N TAT IVe H a y l ey E l l i ot t

S p e c i a l S p r ea d s E ye F l ow Re p e t i t i on Cu t-out P ho to Q ui c k Rea d Ty p o g ra p hi c Co m p l e me nta r y

spre ad g alle ry

189

199 the TI G E R O s c ar S mi t h Hi g h S c h o o l C h e s ap e ake , VA

2 01 2 A dv i ser Pa t t y La Ro s s a R EP R E S EN TATIVes Jo e B o o c ks Ja y Ho l l i s

S p e c i a l S p r ea d s Re p e t i t i o n G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Hea d l i ne P ho to St r i p Rul e L i ne s P ho to Inte ns i ve Co m p l e m e nta r y

200 benga l B at t l e G r o u n d Hi g h S c h o o l B at t l e G r o u n d , WA

2 01 2 A dv i ser A nge l Mo rga n R EP R E S EN TATIVe C i nd y Le bea u

St ud e nt L i fe Cut- o ut P ho to Pa r t i a l Cut- o ut P ho to Pa c ka ge Rul e L i ne s Mo d ul a r

201–20 4

190

20 1 T R A DI T I O N J oh n P a ul Ste v e ns H i g h S cho o l S an A nto ni o, T X

201 2 A dv i ser C hr i s t i ne Key s e r-Fa w i c k R E PR E S E N TAT IVe Me r r i l l E l l i s

S p e c i a l Sp r ea d s D omi na nce S p a ce H ea d l i ne M a ga z i ne I ns p i r e d

202 R EG A LIS J oh n P. Ste v e ns H i g h S cho o l Edi s o n, NJ

201 2 A dv i ser La ura Ac hi ro n R E PR E S E N TAT IVe Bo n n i e B l a c k ma n

Sports B a c kg round G ra p hi c Ac ce nt H ea d l i ne P h o to Pa c ka ge Q uote s Mod ul a r

spre ad g alle ry

191

203 BR EE Z E B l ac k R i ve r F al l s Hi g h S c h o o l B l ac k R i ve r F al l s , W I

2 01 2 A dv i ser Jul i e Ti e d e ns R EP R E S EN TATIVe D a ve B e l l a nd

S p e c i a l S p r ea d s E ye F l o w B a c kg ro und Cut- o ut P ho to G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Hea d l i ne P ho to St r i p Ma ga z i ne Ins p i r e d

204 the Av i a ry No r t h w e s t Car e e r & Te c h n i c al Ac ad e my Las Ve g as , NV

2 01 2 A dv i ser Sus a n Qus ta nd i R EP R E S EN TATIVe Mi c he l l e A l l e n

St ud e nt L i fe Cut- o ut P ho to P ho to Pa c ka ge Qui c k Rea d Mo d ul a r Mo no c hro m a t i c

205–20 8

192

20 5 PHOENIX N e w m a r ke t H i g h S cho o l N e w m a r ke t , O N

20 1 2 A dv i ser S h ell ey M a c D ona l d R E PR E SE N TAT IVe E l a i ne Tur cot te

S p e c i a l Sp r ea d s B a c kg ro und Sc ra p b o o k B lack a nd W hi te

20 6 L E O N ID T h e Lo v e t t S cho o l At l a nta , GA

2 01 2 A dv i ser P e r r y M c I nt y r e R E PR E S E N TAT IVE S Pa t Co r ne l i us & As s oc i a te s

St ud e nt L i fe D omi na nce E ye F l ow Cu t-out P ho to H ea d l i ne P ho to Pa c ka ge Rul e L i ne s Mod ul a r Mo noc hro ma t i c

spre ad g alle ry

193

207 ( take 2 ) Li n c o l n Co u n t y Mi d d l e S c h o o l Li n c o l n to n , GA

2 01 2 A dv i ser Fa i t h Hi l l R EP R E S EN TATIVe Ja c k Hi g hs m i t h

S p e c i a l S p r ea d s Hi e ra r c hy P ho to Pa c ka ge P ho to Inte ns i ve

208 TA LI S M A N N J . L . Man n Hi g h S c h o o l G r e e n vi l l e , S C

2 01 2 A dv i ser P hi l l i p Ca s to n R EP R E S EN TATIVe C l a ud e Sa l e e by

St ud e nt L i fe D o m i na nce Cut- o ut P ho to Pa r t i a l Cut- o ut P ho to Pa c ka ge Qui c k Rea d Quo te s Rul e L i ne s

209–212

194

20 9 the M O D E L M od e l H i g h S cho o l Ro m e , GA

2 01 2 A dv i ser B e t h Coo p e r R E PR E S E N TAT IVe M a t t Fe l i s

S p e c i a l Sp r ea d s Re p e t i t i on S p a ce H ea d l i ne P ho to St r i p P h oto I nte ns i v e

2 10 T ’ KO P ECH U CK W hi te R i v e r H i g h S cho o l B uck l e y, WA

201 2 A dv i ser N i c k Coc hra n R E PR E S E N TAT IVe Ale xa nd ra La rs on

C hronol og i c a l S p e c i a l Sp r ea d s B a c kg ro und Cu t-o ut P ho to H ea d l i ne P h o to Pa c ka ge Q ui c k Rea d M a ga z i ne I ns p i r e d A na l ogo us

spre ad g alle ry

195

2 11 OCULUS I. E . We l d o n Se c o n d ar y S c h o o l Li n d s ay, O N

2 01 2 A dv i ser Pa m Ko e ke ba kke r R EP R E S EN TATIVe E l a i ne Tur co t te

S p e c i a l S p r ea d s D o m i na nce Cut- o ut P ho to G ra p hi c Ac ce nt P ho to Il l us t ra t i o n Rul e L i ne s Ma ga z i ne Ins p i r e d B l a c k a nd Whi te

2 12 the eag le R i c h ard s o n Hi g h S c h o o l R i c h ard s o n , TX

2 01 2 A dv i ser Wa d e Ke nne d y R EP R E S EN TATIVe S Tr ea d S he ffi e l d & As s o c i a te s

St ud e nt L i fe Co nt ra s t D o m i na nce B a c kg ro und Quo te s Rul e L i ne s Tra d i t i o na l

21 3–216

196

2 13 L AS M E M O RI A S Tasc osa H i g h S cho o l A m a r i l l o, T X

2 01 2 A dv i ser A m y Sta hl R E PR E SE N TAT IVe Ji m H i l l

St ud e nt L i fe H ea d l i ne Q ui c k Rea d Q uote s Tra d i t i o na l Co mp l e me nta r y

2 14 the ILI A D W h i t f i e l d S cho o l St . Lo ui s , M O

2 0 12 A dv i serS Ca ra Fos te r Sa ra R i nge R E PR E SE N TAT IVe Ji m D um o nt

S p e c i a l Sp r ea d s Co nt ra s t D o mi na nce P h o to I l l us t ra t i o n Q ui c k Rea d M aga z i ne I ns p i r e d B lack a nd W hi te

spre ad g alle ry

197

2 15 the BL A Z E O l a Mi d d l e S c h o o l Mc D o n o u g h , GA

2 01 2 A dv i ser B r uce Fo w l e r R EP R E S EN TATIVe Ma t t Fe l i s

S p e c i a l S p r ea d s E ye F l o w P ho to Pa c ka ge P ho to St r i p Mo d ul a r A na l o go us

2 16 I N S P IR ATI ON Ho p e C h r i s t i an Hi g h S c h o o l Al b u q u e r q u e , NM

2 01 2 A dv i ser Ja ne t Ha i s t R EP R E S EN TATIVe Ma r y B unc h

S p e c i a l S p r ea d s Cut- o ut P ho to Hea d l i ne P ho to Pa c ka ge Rul e L i ne s

21 7–220

198

217 the t i tan Le w i s Ce nt ra l H i g h S cho o l Cou n ci l B l uf fs , I A

201 2 A dv i ser Ma r y La ng i l l e R E PR E S E N TAT IVe Co l l e e n A r ne s o n

S p e c i a l S p r ea d s Cont ra s t D omi na nce H ea d l i ne P h o to I l l us t ra t i on M a ga z i ne I ns p i r e d B lac k a nd W hi te Mo noc hro ma t i c

2 18 SE A H AW K M y r t l e B e a ch H i g h S cho o l M yr t l e B e a ch, S C

201 2 A dv i ser C he t L i go n R E PR E SE N TAT IVeS J o hn B umga r ne r A nd r e w B e l l

S p e c i a l S p r ea d s B a c kg ro und Cut-o ut P ho to P h o to I l l us t ra t i on M a ga z i ne I ns p i r e d

spre ad g alle ry

199

2 19 M A R AUD ER No r t h G ar l an d Hi g h S c h o o l G ar l an d , TX

2 01 2 A dv i ser A ud r ey S m a l l w o o d R EP R E S EN TATIVes Tr ea d S he ffi e l d & As s o c i a te s

S p e c i a l S p r ea d s D o m i na nce B a c kg ro und Quo te s Rul e L i ne s Ma ga z i ne Ins p i r e d

220 EL A RROYO Har l i n g e n Hi g h S c h o o l Har l i n g e n , TX

2 01 2 A dv i ser N o r m a F i t zge ra l d R EP R E S EN TATIVe Ma r y l e e A l a ni z

C hro no l o g i c a l Hi e ra r c hy S p a ce G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Hea d l i ne P ho to Pa c ka ge Qui c k Rea d Quo te s Mo d ul a r Tr i a d i c

221 –224

200

221 the A M E RI C A N Am e r i ca n Fo r k H i g h S cho o l A m e r i ca n Fo r k , U T

201 2 A dv i ser La ura Ro w l ey R E PR E SE N TAT IVe Aa ron Ly o ns

S p e c i a l Sp r ea d s Cont ra s t G ra p hi c Ac ce nt H ea d l i ne P h o to Pa c ka ge Q ui c k Rea d M aga z i ne I ns p i r e d

222 I M P R E S SI O N S We s t A s hl e y H i g h S cho o l C ha r l e s to n, S C

201 2 A dv i ser Sa n d y P e nne ka m p R E PR E S E N TAT IVE S J o hn B umga r ne r A nd r e w B e l l

S p e c i a l Sp r ea d s Cut-o ut P ho to H ea d l i ne P h o to Pa c ka ge Q ui c k Rea d Q uote s Rul e L i ne s Mod ul a r

spre ad g alle ry

201

223 S PA RTA N O r o n o Hi g h S c h o o l Lo n g Lake , MN

2 01 2 A dv i ser Sa ra h Co l e R EP R E S EN TATIVe Sa ra Sa us ke r

People Re p e t i t i o n Cut- o ut P ho to Qui c k Rea d Quo te s Tra d i t i o na l Co m p l e m e nta r y

2 24 P ROW L E R We s t mo o r e Hi g h S c h o o l O k l ah o ma C i t y, O K

2 01 2 A dv i ser Ma rg i e Wa t te rs R EP R E S EN TATIVe B a r t B a ke r

Sports D o m i na nce Hea d l i ne P ho to Pa c ka ge Qui c k Rea d Tra d i t i o na l Mo no c hro m a t i c

225 –228

202

225 A E RI E M o unta i n Vi s ta H i g h S cho o l Hig h l an d s R a nch, CO

2 01 2 A dv i ser M a r k N e w ton R E PR E SE N TAT IVe P e te r G r i f f i n

S p e c i a l Sp r ea d s Re p e t i t i o n S p a ce M a ga z i ne I ns p i r e d

226 the P L A N O N I A N P l a no Se ni o r H i g h S cho o l P l a no, T X

201 2 A dv i ser Te r r y Q ui nn R E PR E S E N TAT IVe S Tr ea d S he f f i e l d & As s oc i a te s

S p e c i a l Sp r ea d s Cont ra s t S p a ce H ea d l i ne Rul e L i ne s M aga z i ne I ns p i r e d Mo noc hro ma t i c

spre ad g alle ry

203

227 tROJ A N J e n k s Hi g h S c h o o l Jenks, OK

2 01 2 A dv i ser To nya Mo rga n R EP R E S EN TATIVe To d d Fea t he rs to n

C hro no l o g i c a l E ye F l o w Hea d l i ne P ho to Pa c ka ge Quo te s

228 the CUB Ste r l i n g Hi g h S c h o o l Ste r l i n g , KS

2 01 2 A dv i ser Tra vi s Fe i l R EP R E S EN TATIVe Ja ke Wr i g ht

S p e c i a l S p r ea d s Co nt ra s t D o m i na nce Hi e ra r c hy G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Hea d l i ne Ma ga z i ne Ins p i r e d Mo no c hro m a t i c

229 –232

204

229 VERKANA Ko m a chi n Mi d d l e S cho o l La ce y, WA

20 1 2 A dv i ser Ka te Re e ce R E PR E S E N TAT IVe Ale xa nd ra La rs o n

P e op l e St ud e nt L i fe E ye F l o w P hoto Pa c ka ge P ho to St r i p Q ui c k Rea d Rul e L i ne s Mo d ul a r

230 A RC A DI A We s t S ho r e J r/S r H i g h S cho o l M e l b o ur ne , FL

2 0 1 2 A dv i ser M a r k S c hl e d or n R E PR E SE N TAT IVe C ha d Ra g l a nd

Chronol og i c a l D omi na nce G ra p hi c Ac ce nt H ea d l i ne P h o to Pa c ka ge Q ui c k Rea d Rul e L i ne s Mo d ul a r

spre ad g alle ry

205

231 spartan Mi l w e e Mi d d l e S c h o o l Lo n gw o o d , F L

2 01 2 A dv i ser Ma r k S he r w o o d R EP R E S EN TATIVe C ha d Ra g l a nd

St ud e nt L i fe D o m i na nce S p a ce Cut- o ut P ho to G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Hea d l i ne

2 32 tw i ster Cas ad y S c h o o l O k l ah o ma C i t y, O K

2 01 2 A dv i ser Sa m Effi nge r R EP R E S EN TATIVe B a r t B a ke r

St ud e nt L i fe D o m i na nce E ye F l o w Cut- o ut P ho to G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Hea d l i ne P ho to Pa c ka ge P ho to St r i p Qui c k Rea d Mo d ul a r

233–236

206

2 33 ILLU S I O N S Sa nta Sus a na M ag n e t H i g h S cho o l S i m i Va l l e y, C A

20 1 2 A dv i ser M a t t he w A b b e R E PR E S E N TAT IVe Le n Q ui nl a n

Ac a d e m i c s E ye F l o w B a c kg round H ea d l i ne M a ga z i ne I ns p i r e d A na l o go us

234 ACCI P I T E R M i l l Cr e e k H i g h S cho o l H o s chto n, GA

201 2 A dv i ser N o ra N e f f R E PR E SE N TAT IVeS Pa t Cor ne l i us & As s oc i a te s

Ac a d e m i c s P h oto Pa c ka ge Q ui c k Rea d Q uo te s Tra d i t i ona l

spre ad g alle ry

207

235 SAG A S h aw n e e Mi s s i o n We s t Hi g h S c h o o l O ve r l an d P ar k , KS

2 01 2 A dv i ser A m y Mo rga n R EP R E S EN TATIVes Ca r l Ca l d w e l l Le no r e Ca l d w e l l

S p e c i a l S p r ea d s S p a ce Hea d l i ne P ho to Pa c ka ge Ma ga z i ne Ins p i r e d Ty p o g ra p hi c

236 the Av i a ry Ho l me s Mi d d l e S c h o o l Li vo n i a, MI

2 01 2 A dv i ser Rus s Ke be r l y R EP R E S EN TATIVe R i a nne P r i ce

Sports Cut- o ut P ho to G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Hea d l i ne Qui c k Rea d Rul e L i ne s Mo d ul a r Ty p o g ra p hi c Co m p l e m e nta r y

237–240

208

2 37 senza f i ne I d a S . B a ke r H i g h S cho o l Ca pe Co ra l , FL

2 01 2 A dv i ser Me l i s s a Johns o n R E PR E SE N TAT IVe C he d C ha s e

S p e c i a l Sp r ea d s Re p e t i t i o n P hoto Pa c ka ge P h o to I nte ns i v e

238 VA N TAG E P O I N T Jo hns Cr e e k H i g h S cho o l J oh ns Cr e e k , GA

2 01 2 A dv i ser M ic he l l e Mo r r i s R E PR E S E N TAT IVe S Pa t Co r ne l i us & As s o c i a te s

S p e c i a l Sp r ea d s D omi na nce G ra p hi c Ac ce nt H ea d l i ne P ho to St r i p Q uote s M aga z i ne I ns p i r e d

spre ad g alle ry

209

239 the ROUN D UP L.B. Johnson Mi d d l e S c h o o l Me l b o u r n e , F L

2 01 2 A dv i ser Ste fa ni e P e d i c i ni R EP R E S EN TATIVe C ha d Ra g l a nd

C hro no l o g i c a l Qui c k Rea d Rul e L i ne s Mo d ul a r Mo no c hro m a t i c

24 0 S P UD A N N UA L Id ah o F al l s Hi g h S c h o o l Id ah o F al l s , ID

2 01 2 A dv i ser Rya n Ha ns e n R EP R E S EN TATIVe V i rg i ni a Co t te r-Wi l s o n

S p e c i a l S p r ea d s E ye F l o w S p a ce Hea d l i ne Rul e L i ne s Ty p o g ra p hi c

241–244

210

241 COR N E R STO N E P r o v i d e nce C h r ist i a n A ca d e m y L i l b ur n, GA

201 2 A dv i ser Li s a B ro nd y ke R E PR ES E N TAT IVes Pa t Co r ne l i us & As s o c i a te s

Chronol og i c a l E ye F l ow H i e ra r c hy S p a ce H ea d l i ne P ho to Pa c ka ge Q ui c k Rea d Mod ul a r A na l ogo us

242 TOWA YAM Wi nte r P a r k H i g h S cho o l W inte r P a r k , FL

2 01 2 A dv i ser Te r r i e La ufe r R E PR E SE N TAT IVe C ha d Ra g l a nd

C hronol og i c a l H i e ra r c hy S p a ce P h o to Pa c ka ge Q ui c k Rea d Mod ul a r Co mp l e me nta r y

spre ad g alle ry

211

24 3 [ THE STATE OF ] Th o mas L . S i ms Mi d d l e S c h o o l P ac e , F L

2 01 2 A dv i ser Sta c y G r i ce R EP R E S EN TATIVe B i l l St urge o n

Ac a d e m i c s Cut- o ut P ho to G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Qui c k Rea d Mo d ul a r Mo no c hro m a t i c

24 4 N ORW I C A D ave n p o r t No r t h Hi g h S c h o o l D ave n p o r t , IA

2 01 2 A dv i ser B e t t y C hr i s t i a n R EP R E S EN TATIVe D a n Pa t te rs

Ac a d e m i c s D o m i na nce Hea d l i ne P ho to St r i p Qui c k Rea d Mo d ul a r

245 –248

212

245 T I TA N I U M Te sor o H i g h S cho o l La s Fl o r e s , CA

2 01 2 A dv i ser S h a nnon Sy b i rs k i R E PR E S E N TAT IVes Stev e Wa g ne r J o n a t ha n Mol v i k

St ud e nt L i fe D o mi na nce H ea d l i ne Q ui c k Rea d Rul e L i ne s Mod ul a r Mo no c hro ma t i c

246 PAT H WAYS P in n ac l e H i g h S cho o l P ho e ni x , A Z

2 0 1 2 A dv i ser C h r i s t i ne B o l to n R E PR E S E N TAT IVe Ke l s ey L i nk

C hronol og i c a l E ye F l ow S p a ce H ea d l i ne P h o to Pa c ka ge Q ui c k Rea d Mod ul a r

spre ad g alle ry

213

24 7 TH A L A S SA S an C l e me n te Hi g h S c h o o l S an C l e me n te , C A

2 01 2 A dv i ser A l a na Ma c k R EP R E S EN TATIVes Steve Wa g ne r Jo na t ha n Mo l vi k

People Co nt ra s t E ye F l o w B a c kg ro und Cut- o ut P ho to G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Qui c k Rea d Ma ga z i ne Ins p i r e d

24 8 the M ILL E R Yu ko n Hi g h S c h o o l Yu ko n , O K

2 01 2 A dv i ser E r i k Ja c ks o n R EP R E S EN TATIVe B a r t B a ke r

Ac a d e m i c s S p a ce Hea d l i ne Qui c k Rea d Tra d i t i o na l Ty p o g ra p hi c Mo no c hro m a t i c

249 –252

214

249 the P ROW L E R Gl e n A . Wi l s o n H i g h S cho o l H a ci e nd a H e i g ht s , C A

2 01 2 A dv i ser D a ni e l M a c key R E PR E SE N TAT IVe D a v i d H a rd y

Ac a d e mi c s H i e ra r c hy S p a ce P hoto Pa c ka ge P ho to St r i p Q ui c k Rea d Mo d ul a r

250 HERITAGE Hor iz on H i g h S cho o l S co t t s d a l e , A Z

2 01 2 A dv i ser L i s a B a ke r R E PR E SE N TAT IVe Ke l s ey L i nk

Re fe r e nce Cu t-o ut P ho to H ea d l i ne P h o to Pa c ka ge Q ui c k Rea d Mod ul a r A na l ogo us

spre a d g a lle ry

215

251 th e BULLDOG O’Hara P ar k Mi d d l e S c h o o l O ak l e y, C A

2 01 2 A dv i s er A m be r A nt ho ny REP RESEN TATIVe So nny To s co

St ud e nt L i fe E ye F l o w Cut- o ut P ho to G ra p hi c Ac ce nt Hea d l i ne P ho to Pa c ka ge Qui c k Rea d Rul e L i ne s Ma ga z i ne Ins p i r e d Mo no c hro m a t i c

2 52 k abekonian St i l l w ate r Ar e a Hi g h S c h o o l St i l l w ate r, MN

2 01 2 A dv i s er La ur i e Ha ns e n REP RESEN TATIVe Ke n D e Lo s h

Sports D o m i na nce P ho to Pa c ka ge Quo te s Who l e B o o k L i nk Mo d ul a r Mo no c hro m a t i c

25 3–256

216

253 O U R T [ I ’M ] E Ve r o na A r e a H i g h S cho o l Ve r o na , W I

2 0 1 2 A dv i ser R ita Mo r te ns o n R E PR E S E N TAT IVe Ka r i La nge

S p e c i a l S p r ea d s E ye F l ow S p a ce G ra p hi c Ac ce nt H ea d l i ne P hoto St r i p Rul e L i ne s M a ga z i ne I ns p i r e d Ty p og ra p hi c

254 CYN O SU R E Gilm an H i g h S cho o l Baltimore, MD

2 0 1 2 A dv i ser A my Hu n to o n-P e r k i ns R E PR E S E N TAT IVe C huc k Sa b i a

St ud e nt L i fe H i e ra r c hy G ra p hi c Ac ce nt H ea d l i ne P h oto Pa c ka ge Q ui c k Rea d Ty p og ra p hi c A na l o go us

spre ad g alle ry

217

2 55 TH E ‘ 5 5 E R Lau r e n s D i s t r i c t Hi g h S c h o o l Lau r e n s , S C

2 01 2 A dv i ser Mi c he l l e S p i r e s R EP R E S EN TATIVe Luke Sa m p l e s

St ud e nt L i fe Hi e ra r c hy Cut- o ut P ho to G ra p hi c Ac ce nt P ho to Il l us t ra t i o n P ho to St r i p Qui c k Rea d Mo d ul a r B l a c k a nd Whi te

2 56 the stampe de Su n r i s e Mo u n tai n Hi g h S c h o o l P e o r i a, AZ

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2012 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Alec Gib son

2012 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Ed e n L i u 2012 president Shi r l ey Z hou

REPRESENTATIVe Cla ude Sa leeby

REPRESE N TAT IVe Ta ra A nd e rs o n

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c a ly x Wa s hi ng to n & Le e U ni v e r s i t y Le x i ng to n, VA

panor am a Aru n d el High Sch o o l Gambrills, MD

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2 0 1 1 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF A b i ga i l M c Co y

REPRESE NTATIVe Stev e Sweet

REPRESE N TAT IVe H a nk W hi ta ke r

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Em bo s s e d to Re g i s te r Face t Foi l D e b o s s i ng Foi l G ra i ni ng

05 p ride ’s m ark M ounta i n P oi nte H i gh School Phoeni x , AZ

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AEGIS Dar t mo u t h Co llege Han o ver, NH

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20 12 Advi ser J ulia nn Coombs

REPRESE N TAT IVe D ea n D i a z

REPRESE NTATIVe Ma t t hew Cla rk

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VA NGUARD Valley C h rist ian High Sch o o l San Jo se , C A

2 01 2 A dv i se r Brian Crews

20 12 Advi ser Dia nn Fuga te

REPRESE N TAT IVe s K i m Tr e z o na K ri s t i n St i m me l l Ka s ey H a r e

REPRESE NTATIVe Ta mmy Whita ker

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pant her pr i d e Plan o East Sen io r High Sch o o l Plan o, T X

2 0 1 2 A dv i se r De id r e We s t mo r e l a nd REPRESE N TAT IVe A l i s o n Kl op p Em bo s s e d to Re g i s te r G ra i ni ng P r e c i s i on Cut Si l k-Sc r e e ni ng

20 12 Advi ser Ab by Cole REPRESE NTATIVes Tr ea d Sheffield & Associa tes Emb ossed to Register Foil Silk-Scr eening

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W I N N IPESAU KEA N B r e w s te r A ca de m y Wo l fe b o r o, NH

MI CHIG ANENSIAN University of Michigan An n Arbo r, MI

2 0 1 2 A dv i se r A nd r ea Coo p e r

2012 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Mica h Bennet t

REPRESE N TAT IVe E r i c ka Me tev i e r

REPRESENTATIVe Mike La ffer t y

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14 tempest Cha nha s s e n H i g h S cho o l Cha nha s s e n, M N

2 0 1 2 A dv i se r B r i e nne N e l s o n REPRESE N TAT IVe Ke n D e Los h E mb o s s e d S i l k-S c r e e ni ng T i p -O n

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20 12 Advi ser Ma r y Pa t rick REPRESE NTATIVes T ha ne Cha sta in Tucke r P i vo nka

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co rn e rstone M ons i g no r Fa r r e l l H i g h S cho o l Sta te n I s l a nd, NY

the naut i lus J.R. Arnold High School Panama City, FL

2 01 2 A dv i se r J enni fe r F r yd b e rg REPRESE N TAT IVe B r i a n I e ra rd i

20 12 Advi ser Whit ney Ba rrs REPRESENTATIVe Clyde Yelv er ton, J r.

E mb o s s e d Fo i l G ra i ni ng Me ta l a y Qua r te r b i nd i ng

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N U CLEU S N e w Je r s e y Institute of Technology Newark, NJ

the legenD Walto n High Sch o o l Mariet ta, GA

2 01 1 A dv i se r Ro b e r t Mora n REPRESE N TAT IVe Bo nni e B l a c k m a n E mb o s s e d Me ta l a y O v e r to ne Rub Q ua r te r b i nd i ng S i l k-S c r e e ni ng

19 a rc h i v e Bishop Gorman High School Las Vegas, NV

2 01 2 A dv i se r D a ni e l R i v e ra REPRESE N TAT IVe Jud y A l l e n Em b o ss e d to Re g i s te r Face t Foi l D e b o s s i ng Pr e c i s i o n Cut S i l k-S c r e e ni ng

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20 12 Advi ser Ma r y Pa t rick REPRESE NTATIVes T ha ne Cha sta in Tucke r P i vo nka

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the wave St . Fran cis Cen t ral Cat h o lic Sch o o l Wat so n ville , C A

2 01 2 A dv i se r Ja n Sa q ue l l a

20 12 Advi ser H eidi A lonzo

REPRESE N TATIV e B r e nt M c Ca s l a nd

REPRESENTATIVe Melissa P feiffer

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t h e pat h T h e R i cha rd Sto ck to n Coll e g e o f N e w Je r s e y G a l l o w a y, N J

ur sa m ajor P almet to R id ge High Sch o o l Nap les, FL

2 0 1 2 A dv i se r K r i s t y Cos ta

20 12 Advi ser J odi Topping

REPRESE N TATIVe Te r r y M c G o v e r n, Jr.

REPRESE NTATIVe Ched Cha se

E mb o s s e d Pr e c i s i o n Cut Q ua r te r b i nd i ng S i l k-S c r e e ni ng

Emb ossed Foil Pr ecision Cut Silk-Scr eening

24 t h e p row l Coronado High School Henderson, NV

2 0 1 2 A dv i se r Nanc y Thompson REPRESE N TATIVe Judy Allen Embossed Foil Graining Precision Cut

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LENAPE Wat ch u n g Hills Regio n al High Sch o o l Warr en , NJ

2 01 2 A dv i se r B roo ke Ca s t ro REP RESE N TAT I V e Me l i s s a H od ge E mb o s s e d Foi l Pr e c i s i o n Cut

20 12 Adviser S Cour t ney Av er y t Christopher Gibson Ka y Pla t t RE PRESENTATI Ve T im McGov ern Embossed Foil Pr ecision Cut

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RE F LECTI ONS McKin n ey No r t h High Sch o o l McKin n ey, T X

2 01 2 A dv i se r De ni s e La ma nna REP RESE N TAT I V e Te r r y M c G ov e r n, Jr. Embossed P r e c i s i on Cut S i l k-S c r e e ni ng

29 t h e W I L D C AT C l ar ksv i l l e H i g h S cho o l Cl a r k s v i l l e , T N

2 0 1 2 A dv i s e r D us t i B oo ne REP RESE N TAT I V e D o ug N y b e rg E mb o s s e d P r e c i s i on Cut S i l k-S c r e e ni ng

20 12 Adviser Susa nne Ma lins RE PRESENTATI VeS Tr ea d Sheffield & Associa tes Embossed Pr ecision Cut

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I N TERLO CHE N East Grand Rapids High School East Grand Rapids, MI

THE MEHARR I AN Meharr y Medical College Nash ville , TN

2 0 1 2 A dv i s e r Heather McKinney-Rewa

20 12 Adviser H enr y At wa ter II

RE P RESE N TAT I V e Pa ul B us s e l l

RE PRESENTATI Ve Doug Nyb erg

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L I O N TR AC Northwest High School Cedar Hill, MO

TR UE BLUE ANNUAL Hu d so n High Sch o o l Hu d so n , W I

2 0 1 2 A dv i s e r A my P f l a s te r e r

20 12 Adviser S Stephen Kennedy Debra Lee

RE P RESE N TAT I V e Ke l l y D uv e l E mb o s s e d Fo i l G ra i ni ng (Cuto ut ) S i l k-S c r e e ni ng

34 J A BB ERWO K K D a r l i ng to n S cho o l Ro m e , GA

2 0 1 2 A dv i s e r Katie Ellis RE P RESE N TAT I V e Matt Felis Embossed Precision Cut Silk-Screening

RE PRESENTATI Ve Ken DeLosh Emb ossed Gra ining Silk-Scr eening

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THE YALE BANNER Yale Banner Publications New Haven, CT

2 0 1 2 A dv i s e r Jul i e B a r ke r REPRESE N TAT I V e S T ha ne C ha s ta i n Tuc ke r P i v onka

2012 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Shweta J ohri RE PRESENTATI Ve Bob Sa sena

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oak Mt. Whitney High School Visalia, CA

2 01 2 A dv i s e r Delia Martin

20 12 Adviser Ron Boucher

REPRESE N TAT I v e s Bill Wilson Ca r me n W i l s o n

RE PRESENTATI Ve Melissa H odge

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39 pano r ama Lincoln County High School Lincolnton, GA

2 01 2 A dv i se r Randy Smith REP RESE N TAT I V e Jack Highsmith Screened Silk-Screening Tip-On

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D OE -WAH-JACK Walter M. W illiams High Sch o o l Bu rlin gto n , NC

2 01 2 adv i s e r Ke m Ke m p RE P RESE N TAT I V e D a nny La Joe S c r e e ne d G ra i ni ng (Cuto ut ) Pr e c i s i o n Cut Si l k-Sc r e e ni ng

20 12 Adviser Bet sy Lee RE PRESENTATI Ve J oe Elmor e Scr eened Gra ining (Cutout ) Pr ecision Cut Silk-Scr eening

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AHDAWAG AM Lin co ln High Sch o o l W isco n sin R ap id s, W I

2 0 1 2 A dv i s e r Le i g h A nne L I nd s ey

20 12 Adviser Nina Pelo

RE P RESE N TAT I V e Jo e E l mo r e

RE PRESENTATI Ve Da v e Bella nd

Sc r e e ne d P r e c i s i on Cut Si l k-Sc r e e ni ng

Scr eened Gra ining Silk-Scr eening

44 marq ui s Lafa y e t te H i g h S cho o l W i l l i a m s b urg , VA

2 0 1 2 A dv i s e r Ja n B a r r e t t RE P RESE N TAT I V e s Jo e B oo c ks Ja y H ol l i s Litho Combo Precision Cut Super Matte Lamination

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the quad Stan fo rd Un iversit y Stan fo rd , C A

2 01 2 A dv i s e r C he r y l Ste wa r t REP RESE N TAT I V e M i c a B e na v i d e s

2012 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Estela Marie L. Go RE PRESENTATI Ve Ta mmy Whita ker

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I M P R I N TS Northwood High School Pittsboro, NC

the r iot Sh ad o w R id ge High Sch o o l Su rp rise , AZ

2 01 2 A dv i s e r Ka r i H a d d y REPRESE N TAT I V e s Kim Trezona Kristin Stimmell Kasey Hare L i t ho Comb o G ra i ni ng (Cutout ) P r e c i s i on Cut G lo s s La mi na t i on

49 yr ac Ca r y H i g h S cho o l Ca r y, NC

2 0 1 2 A dv i s e r Ca rol i ne Sut to n REPRESE N TAT I V e s Ki m Tr e z o na K r i s t i n St i mme l l , Ka s ey H a r e L i t ho Comb o G ra i ni ng (Cutout ) P r e c i s i on Cut Super Matte Lamination

20 12 Adviser Ca sey H inde RE PRESENTATI Ve Br ent McCa sla nd Lit ho Combo Pr ecision Cut Ma t te La mina t ion

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EVER L A ST I N G H OWL Reyburn Intermediate School Cl o v i s , CA

MI SCELL ANY Bish o p En glan d High Sch o o l C h arlesto n , SC

2 01 2 A dv i s e rS P e gg y F i nc h Ca rol M i l l e r

20 12 Adviser Bet sy McMilla n

RE P RESE N TAT I V e D ea n D i a z

RE PRESENTATI VeS J ohn Bumga rner Andr ew Bell

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Lit ho Comb o Pr ecision Cut Ma t te La mina t ion

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TE MPOR A ET MORES The Wardlaw-Hartridge Sch o o l Ed iso n , NJ

2 01 2 A dv i s e r Ki m Snyd e r

20 12 Adviser Deb ora Clifford

RE P RESE N TAT I V e s D a na We i s s La ur e n F r y

RE PRESENTATI Ve Lou Esposito, J r.

L i t ho Co mb o Pr e c i s i o n Cut G l o s s La mi na t i on

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2 0 1 2 A dv i se r Sa m a nt ha G r i m e s RE P RESE N TAT I V e D o ug N y b e rg L i t ho Co mb o P r e c i s i on Cut G l o s s La mi na t i on

Litho Combo Precision Cut Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

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L A REV I STA V ista H i g h S cho o l Vi s ta , C A

COMM AND ER General Douglas MacArthur High School Levit to wn , NY

2 01 2 A dv i s e r Ta m mi e Wo o d REPRESE N TAT I VES B i l l Wi l s o n Ca r m e n W i l s o n

20 12 Adviser Dej a Gomes-Va nce RE PRESENTATI Ve J a cq ui Koplik

Litho Combo Embossing to Register Facet Foil Debossing Graining (Cutout) Super Matte Lamination

Litho Combo Embossing to Register Matte Lamination

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E N COA L A Enterprise High School Ente r pr i s e , A L

LOOKI NG GL ASS Lain gsbu rg High Sch o o l Lain gsbu rg, MI

2 01 2 A dv i s e r Ka y l a B o yd REP RESE N TAT I V e C lyde Ye l v e r to n, Jr. Litho Combo Embossing to Register Graining Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

59 our l eg e nd E r i e H i g h S cho o l Er i e , CO

2 01 2 A dv i s e r Rus s e l l Fox REPRESE N TAT I V e S D a na We i s s La ur e n F r y Litho Combo Pr ecision Cut Super Matte Lamination

20 12 Adviser Dia ne H erder RE PRESENTATI Ve Mike La ffer t y Litho Combo Embossing to Register Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

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RECU ER D O S Cor o na do H i g h S cho o l Col o ra do S pr i ng s , CO

MONTAGE Elk Gro ve High Sch o o l Elk Gro ve V illage , IL

2 01 2 A dv i se r A nge l a B a nf i e l d

20 12 Adviser Eleni Sia nis

RE P RESE N TAT I V e Pe te r G r i f f i n

RE PRESENTATI Ve Regina Murra y

Litho Combo Embossing to Register Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

Litho Combo Embossing to Register Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

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SA N G R A A L Benilde-St. Margaret’s S cho o l St . Lo ui s P a r k , M N

RE BEL ATI ON C h amp lin P ark High Sch o o l C h amp lin P ark, MN

2 01 2 A dv i se r Kelli Rahn

20 12 Adviser Liz Keeling

RE P RESE N TAT I V e Tom Va nd e r Aa rd e

RE PRESENTATI Ve Ken DeLosh

L i t ho Co mb o E m b os s i ng to Register G ra i ni ng (Cutout ) G l o s s La mi na t i on

Litho Combo Embossing to Register Graining Super Matte Lamination

64 noga North Gaston High School Dallas, NC

2 01 2 A dv i se r Je nni fe r Re e d RE P RESE N TAT I V e Ste p ha ni e C l a r k Litho Combo Precision Cut Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

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mig h t y oak Wo o d l a w n S cho o l Mo o r e s v i l l e , N C

talon High lan d High Sch o o l Gilber t , AZ

2 0 1 2 A dv i s e r Ka r e n B ow ma n

20 12 Adviser Christ ine Bra ndell

REP RESE N TAT I V e A l i s on Kl op p

RE PRESENTATI Ve Br ent McCa sla nd

Litho Combo Embossing to Register Foil Super Matte Lamination

Litho Combo Embossing to Register Matte Lamination

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talon M i lto n H i g h S cho o l M i l to n, W I

VI E WPOI NTE Grosse Pointe South High School Grosse Pointe Farms, MI

201 2 A dv i se rS L i nd a G ra v e s Ja c k Ze l l ne r REP RESE N TAT I V e Ke r i La nge Litho Combo Embossing to Register Super Matte Lamination

69 P I S G A HTEER P isg a h H i g h S cho o l Ca nto n, NC

2 0 1 2 A dv i s e r S ha nno n H a ns o n REP RESE N TAT I V e Dustin Cox Litho Combo Precision Cut Aqueous Coating

20 12 Adviser J ohn Cilluffo RE PRESENTATI VeS Bob Berschba ck Mike Berschba ck Lit ho Comb o Foil Qua r terb inding Gloss La mina t ion

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BROOK WOODWI ND S C ran bro o k Kin gswo o d Sch o o l Blo o mfield Hills, MI

2 0 1 2 A dv i s e r M a r k Ka m e i

20 12 Adviser S Joe Smith Linda Stone Deb Viles

RE P RESE N TAT I V e B r e t t B a i rd Litho Combo Foil Graining (Cutout ) Quarterbinding Silk-Screening Gloss Lamination

RE PRESENTATI VeS Bob Berschba ck Mike Berschba ck Lit ho Combo Foil Qua r terb inding Gloss La mina t ion

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paladin No r t h Lin co ln High Sch o o l Lin co ln to n , NC

2 01 2 A dv i s e r C h a r l e s D e s p o top ul os

20 12 Adviser Susa n La nier

RE P RESE N TAT I V e C hr i s S p e l m a n

RE PRESENTATI Ve Alison Klopp

Litho Combo Foil Graining ShineFX® Super Matte Lamination

Litho Combo Graining (Cutout) ShineFX® Super Matte Lamination

74 LO G U E N o r t hWo o d H i g h S cho o l N a p p a ne e , I N

2 0 1 2 A dv i s e r Rob i n B i l i ns k i RE P RESE N TAT I V e P hi l Pa ge Litho Combo Precision Cut Gloss Lamination

75

76

SOMERS HIGH SCHOOL S om er s H i g h S cho o l Somers, CT

shif t Bixby High Sch o o l Bixby, OK

2 01 2 A dv i s e r D a n C l e m e nt

20 12 Adviser Dee H a rris

REP RESE N TAT I V e A my D unn

RE PRESENTATI Ve Dust in Keirsey

Litho Combo ShineFX速 Super Matte Lamination

Litho Combo ShineFX速 Super Matte Lamination

77

78

M T. P L E A SA N T MI D D L E S CH O O L Mo unt P l e a s a nt M i d d l e S cho o l M ou nt P l e a s a nt , S C

JOURNEYS, MEMORIES, REFLECTIONS Jay M. Robinson High School Concord, NC

2 0 1 2 A dv i s e r Lo r i M c D ona l d

20 12 Adviser T her esa Peterson

REP RESE N TAT I V e A l i s on Kl op p

RE PRESENTATI Ve Alison Klopp

Litho Combo UV Glitter Super Matte Lamination

Litho Combo UV Glitter Super Matte Lamination

79 h awk Re d Oa k H i g h S cho o l Re d O a k , T X

2 01 2 A dv i s e r N i k k i M c Ad a ms REPRESE N TAT I V e S Tr ea d S he f f i e l d & As s oc i a te s Litho Combo Precision Cut Super Matte Lamination

cover g a lle ry

235

236

8 0–89

80

81

C AT ’S PAW Le xington High School Le xington, SC

THE ODYSSE Y At h en s High Sch o o l Tro y, MI

2 01 2 A dv i s e r Tr e s s i e H a y s

20 12 Adviser Ra chel Webb

RE P RESE N TAT I V e D a v i d Pa t r i c k

RE PRESENTATI Ve Mike Pa ge

L i t ho Co mb o E m b o s s i ng G l os s La m i na t i on

Litho Combo Embossing Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

82

83

t i tan p rid e Centennial High School Frisco, TX

spa r k W illiamsville East High Sch o o l East Amh erst , NY

2 0 1 2 A dv i se r La ura K l i ne

20 12 Adviser Ka t hleen Kra mer

RE P RESE N TAT I VES Tr ea d S he f f i e l d & As s o c i a te s

RE PRESENTATI Ve Da v id Riley, J r.

Litho Combo Padding Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

Litho Combo Graining (Cutout) Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

84 re t ro s p ec t S ir W i ns to n C hur chi l l Se co nd a r y S cho o l Va nco uv e r, B C

2 01 2 A dv i s e rS Si e g l i nd e Lo hr Jo y ce Shi h RE P RESE N TAT I V e Lea h K i ng Litho Combo Precision Cut Super Matte Lamination

.

85

86

TA LO N Green Hope High School Ca r y, NC

PHAROS Wakefield High School R aleigh , NC

2 01 2 A dv i se r Ca t he r i ne H a r t

20 12 Adviser J a son J ohnson

REPRESE N TAT I V e s Ki m Tr e z o na K r i s t i n St i m me l l Ka s ey H a r e

RE PRESENTATI Ves Kim Tr ezona Krist in St immell Ka sey H a r e

Litho Combo Graining (Cutout) Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

Litho Combo Graining (Cutout) Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

87

88

t h e TA LO N T he Co m m uni t y S cho o l o f N a p l e s Na p l e s , FL

YOU C APTURE D Mead o wlark Mid d le Sch o o l W in sto n -Salem, NC

2 01 2 A dv i s e r B e t s y Ve r b

20 12 Adviser S Anita J ust ice Melissa Merrit t

REP RESE N TAT I V e C he d C ha s e Litho Combo Graining (Cutout) Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

89 TA LO N G a s to n C hr i s t i a n S cho o l G a s to ni a , NC

2 0 1 2 A dv i s e r Ji l l O v e r to n REP RESE N TAT I V e Ste p ha ni e C l a r k Litho Combo Embossing to Register Foil Gloss Lamination

RE PRESENTATI Ve H a nk Whita ker Litho Combo Graining (Cutout) Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

cover g a lle ry

237

238

9 0–92

90

91

C AVA L I ER H o us to n A ca de m y D o t ha n, A L

CORONA St . Step h en s High Sch o o l Hicko r y, NC

2 01 2 A dv i se r A nna m a r i e A r e ns RE P RESE N TAT I V e C l yd e Ye l v e r ton, Jr. Litho Combo Graining (Cutout) Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

20 12 Adviser Ama nda H a rrington RE PRESENTATI Ve Alison Klopp Litho Combo Graining (Cutout) Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

92

93

t h e P I R ATE Hud s o n H i g h S cho o l H ud s o n, I A

URSUS C r eeklan d Mid d le Sch o o l Can to n , GA

2 01 2 A dv i se r Jol e t ta Yod e r RE P RESE N TAT I V e D a n Pa t te rs Litho Combo Graining (Cutout) Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

94 EVERG REE N D ur ha m A ca d e m y D ur ha m , NC

2 012 A dv i se r G r e g M ur ra y RE P RESE N TAT I V e S K i m Tr e z o na K r i s t i n St i mme l l Ka s ey H a r e L i t ho Co mb o G ra i ni ng (Cuto ut ) Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

20 12 Adviser Sta c y Rich RE PRESENTATI Ve Ma t t Felis Litho Combo Graining (Cutout) Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

95

96

THE P ROW L ER La ke N o r m a n H i g h S cho o l Mo o r e s v i l l e , NC

OWAHGENA Cazen o via High Sch o o l Cazen o via, NY

2 01 2 A dv i s e r Ca r r i e H a l l

20 12 Adviser S J ulie Fr ea r Krist in Reicher t

REP RESE N TAT I V e A l i s o n Kl op p

RE PRESENTATI Ve La ura Tor ta r ella

Litho Combo Foil Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

Litho Combo Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

97

98

THE S P ECTRU M A .J. D i m o nd H i g h S cho o l A ncho ra g e , A K

PAR AMOUNT Gran d ville High Sch o o l Gran d ville , MI

2 0 1 2 A dv i s e r To d d Sa nd e rs o n

20 12 Adviser Susa n Cunningha m Peterson

REP RESE N TAT I V e B e n B row n

RE PRESENTATI Ve Pa ul Bussell

Litho Combo Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

Litho Combo Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

99 L AU RE L Millbrook High School Raleigh, NC

2 01 2 A dv i se r M a r y B e t h Put na m REPRESE N TAT I V e S K i m Tr e z o na K ri s t i n St i m me l l Ka s ey H a r e L i t ho Co mb o G ra i ni ng (Cuto ut ) Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

cover g a lle ry

239

240

1 0 0–10 9

10 0

1 01

M A RCE L L I A N M ar c e l l us H i g h S cho o l M a r ce l l us , NY

DAEDALUS No r t h Bru n swick To wn sh ip High Sch o o l No r t h Bru n swick, NJ

2 0 1 2 A dv i se r Ca t hy A r va nt i d e s RE P RESE N TAT I V e Pa ul Ea d i Litho Combo Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

20 12 Adviser Rob Ra ga t i RE PRESENTATI Ve Bonnie Bla ckma n Litho Combo Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

102

1 03

t h e OWL We s t m i ns te r H i g h S cho o l We s t m i ns te r, M D

L A VI E P en n sylvan ia State Un iversit y Un iversit y P ark, PA

2 01 2 A dv i s e r La ura D oo l a n

2012 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF J essica Uza r

RE P RESE N TAT I V e Jo hn B ra nni ga n

RE PRESENTATI Ve Ka rissa Tumbusch

Litho Combo Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

Litho Combo Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

10 4 M AG N I FI C AT St . El i za b e t h H i g h S cho o l Wi l m i ng to n, D E

2 01 2 A dv i se r D a na D e l l e D o nne RE P RESE N TAT I V e C huc k H ud s o n Litho Combo Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

10 5

1 06

E AG L E E YE Lo w e r y F r es hm a n Ce nte r A l l e n, T X

REVOLUTI ON David so n Day Sch o o l David so n , NC

2 01 2 A dv i s e r Ka te La Fo rge REPRESE N TAT I V e S Tr ea d S he f f i e l d & As s oc i a te s Litho Combo Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

20 12 Adviser Dorset t Da v is RE PRESENTATI Ve Alison Klopp Litho Combo Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

107

1 08

RAM N o r t hb r i d g e H i g h S cho o l W hi t i ns v i l l e , M A

M AST Dan a Hills High Sch o o l Dan a P o in t , C A

2 01 1 A dv i s e r A l i c i a B o ud r ea u

20 12 Adviser T im Sa mpson

REP RESE N TAT I V e A m y D unn

RE PRESENTATI VeS Stev e Wa gner J ona t ha n Molv ik

Litho Combo Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

10 9 W H AT ’S THE WO R D ? Lu t h e ra n H i g h S cho o l of O ra ng e Co unt y O ra ng e , C A

2 01 2 A dv i se r Ra c he l A b i ja y REP RESE N TAT I V e B r e t t B a i rd Litho Combo Foil Graining (Cutout ) Matte Lamination

Litho Combo Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

cover g a lle ry

241

242

1 1 0–119

110

111

L A LO M A Los Alamos High School Los Alamos, NM

EQUUS Belvid er e No r t h High Sch o o l Belvid er e , IL

2 0 1 2 A dv i se r M i c he l l e H o l l a nd RE P RESE N TAT I V e M a r y B unc h Litho Combo Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

20 12 Adviser Micha el Doyle RE PRESENTATI Ve Pa t rick Ra nd Litho Combo Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

112

113

t h e SH I E L D Ma r i s t H i g h S cho o l Eug e ne , O R

WARR I OR Lit t le Ro ck C h rist ian Acad emy Lit t le Ro ck, AR

2 0 1 2 A dv i s e r Toni Coo p e r RE P RESE N TAT I V e Ja nna T hors e n Litho Combo Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

114 CO P P ERTO N I A N B ing ha m H i g h S cho o l S o ut h Jo rd a n, U T

2 0 1 2 A dv i s e r Pa t r i c k M c D o na l d RE P RESE N TAT I V e Ja s on Ca s t l e to n L i t ho Comb o G ra i ni ng (Cuto ut ) Super Matte Lamination

20 12 Adviser J une H endr en RE PRESENTATI Ve Na ta sha Durha m Litho Combo Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

115

116

TA LO N S ou t he a s t G ui l fo rd H i g h S cho o l G r e e ns b o r o, NC

MENAGER I E Leesville Ro ad High Sch o o l R aleigh , NC

2 0 1 2 A dv i s e r Je nni fe r I ngo l d

20 12 Adviser J oni Amerson

REP RESE N TAT I V e Jo e E l mo r e

RE PRESENTATI Ves Kim Tr ezona Krist in St immell Ka sey H a r e

Litho Combo Foil Graining (Cutout) Gloss Lamination

Litho Combo Graining (Cutout) Super Matte Lamination

11 7

118

PILG R I M RECO R D Lansing Christian School Lansing, MI

ANI MUS Jefferso n Acad emy High Sch o o l Bro o mfield , CO

2 01 2 A dv i s e r Ka t i e Wo l te rs

20 12 Adviser Meg Luceri

REP RESE N TAT I V e M i ke La f fe r t y

RE PRESENTATI VES Da na Weiss La ur en Fr y

Litho Combo Graining Matte Lamination

119 t h e AU RE L I A N Palmyra-Eagle High School Palmyra, WI

2 0 1 2 A dv i s e r M a nd e Z i e ra t h REP RESE N TAT I V e Ke r i La nge L i t ho Co mb o Foi l Super Matte Lamination

Litho Combo Foil Super Matte Lamination

cover g a lle ry

243

244

1 20–129

1 20

1 21

CH I E FTA N We s t w o o d H i g h S cho o l Mesa, AZ

PEG ASUS Burlington County Institute of Technology Med fo rd , NJ

2 01 2 A dv i se r Yv onne Johns o n

20 12 Adviser S Wendi Cerminera Ma r y Pursell

RE P RESE N TAT I V e B r e nt M c Ca s l a nd Litho Combo Foil Aqueous coating

RE PRESENTATI Ve Terr y McGov ern, J r. Litho Combo Foil Gloss Lamination

12 2

1 23

U P BE AT H e r i ta g e H i l l s H i g h S cho o l L i nco l n C i t y, I N

the F L AME Fait h Lu t h eran Jr./Sr. High Sch o o l Las Vegas, NV

2 01 2 A dv i se r Jul i a Ke r c hi e f

20 12 Adviser S Dia na Ba llek Krist in Elliot t

RE P RESE N TAT I V e Ca m B a rd w e l l L i t ho Co mb o Foi l G l os s La mi na t i on

124 A EG I S Parsipanny Hills High School Morris Plains, NJ

2 01 2 A dv i s e rs Suza nne B a r r e t t Ka t hy F i nc h Je f f G r e e nb e rg RE P RESE N TAT I V e Lo u E s p os i to, Jr. L i t ho Comb o Sp ot U V Super Matte Lamination

RE PRESENTATI Ve J udy Allen Lit ho Combo Foil Gloss La mina t ion

12 5

1 26

I N TRE P I D S pa ce Co a s t J r. / S r. H i g h S cho o l Co co a , FL

the PRI D E Jackso n Liber t y High Sch o o l Jackso n , NJ

2 0 1 2 A dv i s e r Ka r ra h H ud k i ns

20 12 Adviser Ma rlene Zwerin

REP RESE N TAT I V e C ha d Ra g l a nd

RE PRESENTATI Ve Bonnie Bla ckma n

L i t ho Pa d d i ng G lo s s La mi na t i on

Litho Super Matte Lamination

12 7

1 28

TRI A D O w e n Va l l e y H i g h S cho o l S pe nce r, I N

AQUI L A Beau fo r t Acad emy Beau fo r t , SC

2 0 1 2 A dv i se r Me ga n E m me t t

20 12 Adviser Anne Lindsa y

REP RESE N TAT I V e Sus a n Ta y l or

RE PRESENTATI Ves J ohn Bumga rner Andr ew Bell

Litho Super Matte Lamination

Litho Super Matte Lamination

12 9 t h e A ER I E Holly Springs High School Holly Springs, NC

2 0 1 2 A dv i s e r Ro b i n A nn A p i ce l l a REPRESE N TAT I V e s Kim Trezona Kristin Stimmell Kasey Hare Litho Combo Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

cover g a lle ry

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246

1 3 0–139

13 0

1 31

A ER I E C h ri s t i a n L i fe S cho o l Ro ck fo rd , I L

URSI DAE Ho ly In n o cen t s ’ Ep isco p al Sch o o l At lan ta, GA

2 01 2 A dv i s e r Sa ra h Wa l d ro n RE P RESE N TAT I V e Pa t r i c k Ra nd Litho Super Matte Lamination

20 12 Adviser LeAnne Wea v er RE PRESENTATI VES Pa t Cornelius & Associa tes Litho Super Matte Lamination

13 2

1 33

MY YEAR Hartford Public Schools Hartford, AR

TI GER Ben to n ville High Sch o o l Ben to n ville , AR

2 01 2 A dv i se r Ly nn Le e RE P RESE N TAT I V e Ra nd y Joe H a mi l ton Litho Super Matte Lamination

13 4 FI RE BAU G H F ir e b a ug h H i g h S cho o l Fi r e b a ug h, C A

2 01 2 A dv i se r G w y nne K i ns ey RE P RESE N TAT I V e D ea n D i a z Litho Super Matte Lamination

20 12 Adviser Ace H or ton RE PRESENTATI Ve Ra ndy J oe H a milton Litho Super Matte Lamination

135

1 36

t h e S WO R D M i ddl e to w n H i g h S cho o l Mi d d l e to w n, D E

ANTLER Tiv y High Sch o o l Kerr ville , TX

2 01 2 A dv i se r D a v i d Wr i g ht REP RESE N TAT I V e C huc k H ud s o n Litho Matte Lamination

20 12 Adviser H olly Vogt RE PRESENTATI Ve Merrill Ellis Litho Matte Lamination

137

1 38

RETRO S P ECT J u an i ta H i g h S cho o l K i r k l a nd, WA

JOURNE Y Fran kfo rd Mid d le Sch o o l Plan o, TX

2 0 1 2 A dv i s e r B a r b a ra Ka l hor REP RESE N TAT I V e Ja c k i e Pa f f ra t h Litho Matte Lamination

20 12 Adviser Mega n T illma n RE PRESENTATI VeS Tr ea d Sheffield & Associa tes Lit ho Gloss La mina t ion

1 39 min e . Fowle r M i ddl e S cho o l P l a no, T X

2 01 2 A dv i se r J e nni fe r E m r i c k REPRESE N TAT I V e s Tr ea d She f f i e l d & As s o c i a te s L i t ho G lo s s La mi na t i on

cover g a lle ry

247

248

1 4 0 –149

14 0

1 41

e xce l sio r Ly nde n Chr i s t i a n H i g h S cho o l Ly nd e n, WA

el rod eo Mer ced High Sch o o l Mer ced , C A

2 0 1 2 A dv i s e r B ec k y Va n H of w e ge n RE P RESE N TAT I V e Ja c k i e Pa f f ra t h L i t ho G l os s La mi na t i on

20 12 Adviser J ulie Riva rd RE PRESENTATI Ve Dea n Dia z Lit ho Gloss La mina t ion

142

1 43

t h e roar Trinity Christian School Sharpsburg, GA

STI LETTO Lockhart High School Lockhart, TX

2 01 2 A dv i s e r A m y S i mo nto n

20 12 Adviser St ua r t Bell

RE P RESE N TAT I V e M a t t Fe l i s

RE PRESENTATI Ve Bra d Golub

L i t ho G l o s s La mi na t i on

Lit ho Gloss La mina t ion

14 4 e poc h Staten Island Technical High School Sta te n I s l a nd, NY

2 01 2 A dv i s e r Kr i s te n Fus a ro RE P RESE N TAT I VE B r i a n I e ra rd i L i t ho M a t te La m i na t i on

1 45

1 46

UNLEASHING THE 2ND GENERATION Hunt Middle School Frisco, TX

MEMORI ES Elk County Catholic High School St. Mar ys, PA

2 01 2 A dv i s e r A nge l a Wi l l a rd

20 12 Adviser S La ura Anderson Fr. Ross Miceli

REPRESE N TAT I V e S Tr ea d She f f i e l d & As s o c i a te s

RE PRESENTATI Ve Scot t Geesey

L i t ho G l os s La mi na t i on

Lit ho Gloss La mina t ion

147

1 48

N OTE BO O K We s t Ce nt ra l H i g h S cho o l H a r t fo rd , S D

ROAD TR I P 20 11 Mo n et t High Sch o o l Mo n et t , MO

2 0 1 2 A dv i s e r C i n d y Sc huma c he r REP RESE N TAT I V e Jord a n H a l l L i t ho G lo s s La mi na t i on

1 49 WE A RE ‌ P r in c e to n H i g h S cho o l P r i nce to n, T X

2 0 1 2 A dv i se r D oug B i ng ha m REPRESE N TAT I V e S Tr ea d She f f i e l d & As s o c i a te s L i t ho Super Matte Lamination

20 12 Adviser Amy Ba rker RE PRESENTATI Ve Tom Shields Lit ho Gloss La mina t ion

cover g a lle ry

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Jalyn Marshall, Warren Easton Charter High School [LA]

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Bowditch Middle School Foster City, CA Terri Smith, adviser

Los Altos High School Los Altos, CA Alice Lee, adviser

St. Vincent High School Petaluma, CA Amy Waud-Reiter, adviser

Webber Middle School Fort Collins, CO Sonja Modesti, adviser

Camerado Springs Middle School Cameron Park, CA Don Cochran, adviser

Mendocino High School Mendocino, CA Tobin Hahn, adviser

Valley Christian High School Cerritos, CA Erica Strellman, adviser

Weld Central High School Keenesburg, CO Debra Chestnut, adviser

Capital Christian Middle School Sacramento, CA Diana Nance, adviser Dana Middle School – Hawthorne Hawthorne, CA Diane Kridner, adviser

Cabot High School Cabot, AR Shelly Tomlinson, adviser

Del Sur Junior High School Lancaster, CA Michael Mann, adviser

Catholic High School Little Rock, AR Gretchen Gowen, adviser

Delphi Academy Santa Clara, CA Kimi Deleonibus, adviser

Central Arkansas Christian Schools North Little Rock, AR Kristy Quattlebaum, adviser

Echo Horizon School Culver City, CA Ginger Nix, adviser

County Line High School Branch, AR Celia Looney, adviser

Edna Maguire Elementary School Mill Valley, CA Justin Corey-Whitehead, adviser

Mount St. Mary Academy Little Rock, AR Carrie Burkhead, adviser

El Molino High School Forestville, CA Daniel Calmeyer, adviser

Foothills Academy Scottsdale, AZ Katie Donahoe, adviser

Gideon Hausner Jewish Day School Palo Alton, CA Dorothy Thursby, adviser

Hamilton Prep Academy Chandler, AZ Melinda Parry, adviser St. Gregory Middle School Tucson, AZ Virginia Encila, adviser Atascadero High School Atascadero, CA David Pascolla, adviser Bethel Baptist Church School Santa Ana, CA James Ashton, adviser

Glen Edwards Middle School Lincoln, CA Jason Noonan, adviser

Modesto Christian High School Modesto, CA Shellie Legler, adviser Morgan Hill Charter School Morgan Hill, CA Kathy Funke, adviser

Wheatland Union High School Wheatland, CA Pam Sullivan, adviser Brush High School Brush, CO Troy Lussenhop, adviser

Mother Lode Adventist Junior Academy Sonora, CA Emily Villeda, adviser

CIVA Charter High School Colorado Springs, CO Stephanie Bremner, adviser

Oak Crest Middle School Encinitas, CA Jo Dube, adviser

Eaton High School Eaton, CO Merri Kirby, adviser

Our Lady of Mercy School Daly City, CA Mary Ann Gutierrez, adviser

Erie High School Erie, CO Russell Fox, adviser

Point Arena High School Point Arena, CA Pamela Parker-Amador, adviser Rincon Valley Christian School Santa Rosa, CA Beth Failor, adviser Sacred Heart Preparatory Atherton, CA Cathy Aydelott, adviser San Luis Obispo High School San Luis Obispo, CA Scott Nairne, adviser

Gunnison Middle School Gunnison, CO Cindy McKee, adviser Haxtun High School Haxtun, CO Amy Schadegg, adviser Highland High School Ault, CO Paul Burkhard, adviser Holy Family High School Broomfield, CO Brittany Lane, adviser Kinard Middle School Fort Collins, CO Alli Oswandel, adviser

Scotts Valley High School Scotts Valley, CA Emily Brandt, adviser

Machebeuf High School Denver, CO Gunnar Rawlings, adviser

Julian Union High School Julian, CA Cheryl Bakken, adviser

Shadow Mountain Baptist School Morgan Hill, CA Janelle Stalnecker, adviser

Pinnacle High School Federal Heights, CO Jessica Graf, adviser

Liberty High School La Mesa, CA Tara Miller, adviser

St. Isabella School San Rafael, CA Pete Guria, adviser

Hamlin School San Francisco, CA Heather Smith, adviser

Vail Christian High School Edwards, CO Camille Cooper, adviser

Wellington Middle School Wellington, CO Mary Stalnaker, adviser Heritage Baptist Academy Wallingford, CT Heather Wilson, adviser Centreville School Centreville, DE Denise Jarrell, adviser Christ the Teacher Catholic School Newark, DE Inger Cierniak, adviser Calvary Christian Academy Ormond Beach, FL Christi Taylor, adviser Citrus Springs Middle School Citrus Springs, FL Jim Reppi, adviser Hernando Christian Academy Brooksville, FL Debbie Whitten, adviser Liberty Christian High School Sanford, FL Faye Winfrey, adviser Pine Castle Christian Academy Orlando, FL Tammy Powell, adviser St. Stephen Catholic School Riverview, FL Julianne Gonzalez, Jessica Seifert, advisers Brentwood School Sandersville, GA Christy Hinton, adviser

Harlem High School Harlem, GA Stephaney Crenshaw, adviser Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School Atlanta, GA LeAnne Weaver, adviser Holy Redeemer Catholic School Alpharetta, GA Liz Schantz, adviser Lakeview Academy Gainesville, GA Brooke Burt, adviser Landmark Christian School Fairburn, GA Wendy Regan, adviser North Georgia Christian School Gainesville, GA Teresa Gruver, adviser River Ridge High School Woodstock, GA Jodi Burn, adviser Savannah Christian Prep High School Savannah, GA Cheree Edenfield, adviser Savannah Christian Prep Middle School Savannah, GA Cynthia Brinson, adviser Savannah Country Day School Savannah, GA Jessica Thorn, adviser South Forsyth Middle School Cumming, GA Kimmy Wood, adviser St. George’s Episcopal School Milner, GA Jackie Thompson, adviser Westwood Christian Academy Thomaston, GA Angelica Johnson, adviser

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Verona Senior High School Verona, WI Youth Christian School Powder Springs, GA Mary Bertenshaw, adviser Mid-Pacific Institute Honolulu, HI Florence Colette-Rice, adviser Roosevelt High School Honolulu, HI Jamie Kumashiro, adviser University Laboratory School Honolulu, HI Marc Marquez, adviser Belmond Klemme High School Belmond, IA Diena Mennenga, adviser Belmond Klemme Junior High School Belmond, IA Diena Mennenga, adviser Hudson High School Hudson, IA Joletta Yoder, adviser Iowa School for the Deaf Council Bluffs, IA Beth Chadwick, adviser OABCIG High School Ida Grove, IA Heidi Beck, adviser South Winneshiek High School Calmar, IA Bridget Adam, adviser Wahlert High School Dubuque, IA Sandy Gaul, adviser Gooding High School Gooding, ID Renee Thompson, adviser Rockland High School Rockland, ID Susan Munk, adviser Astoria High School Astoria, IL David Little, adviser Bement High School Bement, IL Sheryl McKibben, adviser Central Catholic High School Bloomington, IL Jim Reckard, adviser Chicagoland Jewish High School Deerfield, IL Roberta Miller, adviser Cisne Community High School Cisne, IL Trudy Hurd, adviser

Cowden Herrick High School Cowden, IL Karen Christner, adviser Elmwood High School Elmwood, IL Lori Caulkins, adviser Marian Central Catholic High School Woodstock, IL Cheryl Loy, adviser Midwest Central High School Manito, IL Jodi Brodbeck, adviser

University Heights Academy Hopkinsville, KY Tammy Rae Cowan, adviser Calvary Baptist Academy Shreveport, LA Kathy Rutledge, adviser Glenbrook School Minden, LA Marrium Khan, adviser Lee High School Lee, MA Amy Consolati, adviser

Montini High School Lombard, IL Estelle Soger, adviser

Plymouth South Middle School Plymouth, MA Joy Burns, adviser

St. Ignatius College Prep Chicago, IL Raymond Kizelevicus, adviser

Frederick Christian Academy Frederick, MD Sharon Hayes, adviser

St. Scholastica Academy Chicago, IL Vern Hamill, adviser

Indian Creek Upper School Crownsville, MD Tonya Montgomery, adviser

Basehor-Linwood High School Basehor, KS Kristen Loney, adviser Chase High School Chase, KS Glenna Grinstead, adviser Cheylin High School Bird City, KS Susan Jensen, adviser Clearwater Middle School Clearwater, KS Abbey Steinbrink, adviser Maur Hill - Mount Academy Atchison, KS Courtney Edmonds, adviser Nativity Elementary School Leawood, KS Mary Jo Brumbaugh, adviser Northeast High School Arma, KS Renee Popejoy, adviser Palco High School Palco, KS Deanna Spears, adviser Silver Lake High School Silver Lake, KS Jamie Manhart, adviser Southeast High School Cherokee, KS Cherie Witt, adviser

St. Mary’s Ryken High School Leonardtown, MD Candie Rodgers, adviser Dirigo High School Dixfield, ME Dianna Dority, adviser Woodland High School Baileyville, ME Samantha Orchard, adviser Catholic Central High School Grand Rapids, MI Mary Burns, adviser East Grand Rapids High School Grand Rapids, MI Heather McKinney-Rewa, adviser East Grand Rapids Middle School East Grand Rapids, MI Danielle Smith, adviser

Lakeville Middle School Otisville, MI Dawn Cousins, adviser Martin High School Martin, MI Danielle Lemmer, adviser Mason High School Mason, MI Kristin Higgins, adviser Michigan School for the Deaf Flint, MI Valerie Nordstrom, adviser Milan Middle School Milan, MI Valerie Johnson, adviser Potterville High School Potterville, MI Shelley Gibbs, adviser Southfield Christian High School Southfield, MI John Sowash, adviser

Excelsior Elementary School Excelsior, MN Linda Malosky, adviser

Southfield Christian Middle School Southfield, MI Vicki Potter, adviser

Fourth Baptist Christian School Plymouth, MN Melody Bruffey, adviser

St. Mary Catholic Central High School Monroe, MI Nancy Masuda, adviser

Hermantown High School Hermantown, MN Scott Larson, adviser

West Catholic High School Grand Rapids, MI Stacey Danevicz, adviser Chisago Lakes Baptist School Chisago City, MN Jeanna Litynski, adviser Chisholm High School Chisholm, MN Heather Tomczak, adviser Deephaven Elementary School Deephaven, MN Amber Bullington, adviser Duluth East High School Duluth, MN Kirstin Peterson, adviser

Fellowship Baptist School Carson City, MI Laura McAlvey, adviser Grosse Pointe South High School Grosse Pointe, MI John Cilluffo, adviser Jonesville High School Jonesville, MI Amy Hartley, adviser

Cabot High School Cabot, AR

Moose Lake High School Moose Lake, MN Evan Lembke, adviser

Mounds Park Academy St. Paul, MN KaTrina Wentzel, adviser Osakis High School Osakis, MN Dawn Kaelke, adviser Rogers High School Rogers, MN Shaunna Roberdeau, adviser Skyview Middle School Oakdale, MN Janene Lenard, adviser

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East Buchanan High School Gower, MO Angie Myers, adviser Incarnate Word Academy St. Louis, MO Bryan Villmer, adviser Lafayette County C-1 High School Higginsville, MO Carol Vanderhoff, adviser McAuley Catholic High School Joplin, MO Ruth Atchley, adviser Smith Cotton High School Sedalia, MO Alicia Maggert, adviser South Harrison R-2 Junior/Senior High School Bethany, MO Cheryl Klingensmith, adviser St. Francis Borgia High School Washington, MO Patty Russell, adviser Summersville High School Summersville, MO Amy Johnson, adviser Asheville School Asheville, NC Joanne Crotts, adviser Caldwell Academy Greensboro, NC Elizabeth Roberts, adviser Cane Creek Middle School Fletcher, NC Michelle Thomas, adviser

Carrboro High School Carrboro, NC Kim Holzer-Lane, adviser Christ School Arden, NC Lyn Tillett, adviser Crains Creek Middle School Carthage, NC Lynne Harward, adviser Crossroads Christian School Henderson, NC Rilla Copper, adviser Cuthbertson High School Waxhaw, NC Paula White, adviser East Davidson Senior High School Thomasville, NC Anna Short, adviser Epiphany School New Bern, NC Raelenne Haeberle, adviser Fayetteville Academy Fayetteville, NC Amanda Martin, adviser Fellowship Baptist Academy Durham, NC Doug Lindsey, adviser Gentry Middle School Mount Airy, NC Karen Hodges, adviser Gorman Christian Academy Durham, NC Izabella McMillon, adviser Grace Christian School Raleigh, NC Beth Hawks, adviser

Margaret B. Pollard Middle School Chapel Hill, NC Cheri Klein, adviser Marvin Elementary School Marvin, NC Carla Harrison, adviser McDougle Middle School Chapel Hill, NC Jami Burns, adviser McDowell Early College High School Marion, NC Lisa Hood, adviser Mitchell High School Bakersville, NC Denise Murphy, adviser Newton-Conover Health/ Science High School Newton, NC Shannon Knopp, adviser Rosman High School Rosman, NC Tammy Hall, adviser Sheets Memorial Christian School Lexington, NC Pat Shoaf, adviser South Charlotte Middle School Charlotte, NC Brooke Barrows, adviser The Fletcher Academy Raleigh, NC Jeanne Hearn, adviser Carrington Elementary School Carrington, ND Claudia Park, adviser

Rolette Public School Rolette, ND Bonnie Muehlberg, adviser Valley City High School Valley City, ND Kristi Shanenko, adviser Belmont High School Belmont, NH Angela Pitrone, adviser Cardigan Mountain School New Hampton, NH Pat Iacuzzi, adviser New Hampton School New Hampton, NH Peg Frame, adviser St. Paul’s School Concord, NH Suzanne Ellinwood, adviser Biotechnology High School Freehold, NJ Kristen Faust, adviser Hartshorn Elementary School Short Hills, NJ Lauren Kaplow, adviser Estancia Middle School Estancia, NM Dena McMath, adviser Boulder City High School Boulder City, NV Mojdeh Kaboli, adviser Faith Lutheran High School Las Vegas, NV Kristin Elliott, adviser Fairport High School Fairport, NY Donna Marie Roessel, adviser Faith Heritage School Syracuse, NY Michelle Van Den Bos, adviser Lisbon Central School Lisbon, NY Caroline Leakey, adviser Oxford Academy High School Oxford, NY Melissa Smith, adviser Bellaire High School Bellaire, OH Robin Durant, adviser Berkshire High School Burton, OH Jackie Arnold, adviser

West Catholic High School Grand Rapids, MI

Dayton Christian High School Miamisburg, OH Laura Filaseta, adviser Grove City Christian High School Grove City, OH John Conant, adviser Midview Middle School Grafton, OH Mary Kate Mahoney, adviser Notre Dame Academy Toledo, OH Julie Sells, adviser Delphos St. John’s High School Delphos, OH Kristen Hanf, adviser St. Peter Chanel High School Bedford, OH Jenny Miroglotta, adviser Bishop Kelley High School Tulsa, OK Bailey McBride, adviser Lomega High School Omega, OK Stephanie Guinn, adviser Banks High School Banks, OR CarrieAnn Sanders, adviser Banks Junior High School Banks, OR Molly Lewis, adviser Central Catholic High School Portland, OR Linda Loughran, adviser, Central Christian School Redmond, OR Karen Banducci, adviser Columbia Christian High School Portland, OR Brenda Gentry, adviser East Linn Christian Academy Lebanon, OR Jennifer Davis, adviser Horizon Christian School Hood River, OR Susan Wade, adviser Lifegate School Eugene, OR Kay Beckham, adviser Livingstone Adventist Academy Salem, OR Lorin Koch, adviser

Portland Adventist Academy Portland, OR Stephen Lundquist, adviser Santiam Christian School Corvallis, OR Esther Knaupp, adviser Westside Christian High School Lake Oswego, OR Barret Sale, adviser Calvary Christian Academy Huntingdon, PA Becky Coleman, adviser Eden Christian Academy – Mt. Nebo Campus Sewickley, PA Nanette Curtis, adviser Eden Christian Academy – Berkeley Hills Campus Pittsburgh, PA Leah Schram, adviser Eisenhower High School Russell, PA Jessica Shoemaker, adviser Fannett Metal High School Willow Hill, PA Deb Hile, adviser Maranatha Christian School Watsontown, PA Douglas Groff, adviser Meyersdale High School Meyersdale, PA Christine Custer, adviser North Penn High School Blossburg, PA Whitnie Weaver, adviser Perkiomen School Pennsburg, PA Kate Hammond, adviser Port Allegany High School Port Allegany, PA Kim Bowser, adviser Saltsburg Junior Senior High School Saltsburg, PA Kathy Muir, adviser Slippery Rock Middle School Slippery Rock, PA Kellie Johnston, adviser St. Thomas More School Pittsburgh, PA

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Silver Lake High School Silver Lake, KS Troy Area High School Troy, PA Emily Ostrom, adviser

Cornersville High School Cornersville, TN Ginger Hardison, adviser

Southampton Academy Courtland, VA Mary Dilday, adviser

Tyrone Area High School Tyrone, PA Lindy Hilling, adviser

Barbara Bush Middle School Irving, TX Christina Thompson, adviser

Stuart Hall High School Staunton, VA Sybille Jobin, adviser

The Prout School Wakefield, RI Marie Lachapelle, adviser Academic Magnet High School North Charleston, SC Larissa Bortz, adviser Ewing Middle School Gaffney, SC Crystal Fowler, adviser Francis Wardlaw Academy Johnston, SC Melissa Yonce, adviser Hidden Treasure Christian School Greenville, SC Rick Sinde, adviser James Island Christian School Charleston, SC Lauren Holmer, adviser Northwood Academy North Charleston, SC Amy Powell, adviser Powdersville Middle School Greenville, SC Monique German, adviser Sterling Middle School Greenville, SC Allison Bigbee, adviser Upstate Homeschool Co-op Greer, SC Missy Lynch, adviser Bison High School Bison, SD Nancy Reimer, adviser Hoven High School Hoven, SD Vicki Lentz, adviser Jones County High School Murdo, SD Margie Peters, adviser Mitchell Senior High School Mitchell, SD Debra Everson, adviser Mobridge-Pollock High School Mobridge, SD Gary Street, adviser

Boys Ranch Schools Boys Ranch, TX Paula Kenney, adviser Deretchin Elementary School The Woodlands, TX Lisa Colburn, adviser Eagle Heights Christian Academy Pearland, TX Joy Mutepfa, adviser Episcopal High School Bellaire, TX David Framel, adviser Heritage Christian Academy Rockwall, TX Debra Webb, adviser Hunt Middle School Frisco, TX Angela Willard, adviser Marine Military Academy Harlingen, TX Jodie Stryker, adviser Pioneer Heritage Middle School Frisco, TX Jane Stewart, adviser St. Dominic Savio Catholic High School Austin, TX Sarah Saniuk, adviser Gunnison Valley Middle School Gunnison, UT Chelsee Alvey, adviser Judge Memorial High School Salt Lake City, UT Joan Jensen, adviser Paradigm High School South Jordan, UT Emilee McCoy, adviser Roosevelt Junior High School Roosevelt, UT Lisa Taylor, adviser Hickory High School Chesapeake, VA Jessica Ruddick, adviser Northumberland High School Heathsville, VA Lee McKenzie, adviser

Tabb Middle School Yorktown, VA Elizabeth Mitchell, adviser 10th Street School Marysville, WA Karri Hansen, adviser Bellevue Christian Senior High School Clyde Hill, WA Charlie Brown, adviser Buena Vista Seventh-day Adventist School Auburn, WA Jennifer McGhee, adviser Edgemont Junior High School Edgewood, WA Jason Flynn, adviser Entiat High School Entiat, WA Tammi O’Brian, adviser French American School of Puget Sound Mercer Island, WA Christina Wong, adviser G. W. Bush Middle School Tumwater, WA Tammy Baker, adviser International Community School Kirkland, WA Nicole Winard, adviser Kirkland Seventh-day Adventist School Kirkland, WA Heather Andersen, adviser

Berlin High School Berlin, WI Therese Tuinstra-Blunck, adviser Bonduel High School Bonduel, WI Amber Bahr, adviser Edgerton High School Edgerton, WI Kurt Muchow, adviser Highland High School Highland, WI Tonya Archie, adviser Hilbert High School Hilbert, WI Tim Hoffman, adviser Horicon High School Horicon, WI Nicole Krezinski, adviser J.R. Gerritts Middle School Kimberly, WI Aimee Froze, adviser Kettle Moraine High School Wales, WI Erica Bardon, adviser McFarland High School McFarland, WI Spencer Pforsich, adviser Mount Horeb High School Mount Horeb, WI Gwen Francis, adviser Neillsville High School Neillsville, WI Lori Meurett, adviser Northwestern High School Maple, WI Kathleen Thompson, adviser

Onalaska Senior High School Onalaska, WI Lisa Reimler, adviser

Waterford Union High School Waterford, WI Marsha Vick, adviser

P. J. Jacobs Junior High School Stevens Point, WI Laura Leahy, adviser

Waterloo High School Waterloo, WI Mac Chopin, adviser

Platteville High School Platteville, WI Page Leahy, adviser Sevastopol High School Sturgeon Bay, WI Linda Thompson, adviser Seymour High School Seymour, WI Cindy Otto, adviser Sun Prairie High School Sun Prairie, WI Betsy Butler, adviser Verona Senior High School Verona, WI Rita Mortenson, adviser

Waupaca High School Waupaca, WI Linda Klein, adviser Wauzeka High School Wauzeka, WI Karen Sjorberg, adviser Weyauwega Fremont High School Weyauwega, WI Karen Cartwright, adviser AFNORTH International School Brunssum, Netherlands Alicia Taylor, adviser

Lakeside Upper School Seattle, WA Janet Dahl, adviser New Horizon School Renton, WA Kathleen De Bruyn, adviser Tri-Cities Prep Catholic High School Pasco, WA Edgar Arcia, adviser Altoona High School Altoona, WI Joan Gard, adviser Barneveld High School Barneveld, WI Craig Neuroth, adviser Cuthbertson High School Waxhaw, NC

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2 012 PIA AWARD S | JEA National y e arb ook adviser of the ye a r

PRE M IE R PRINT AWARDS SCH OOL Y E ARBOOKS 2009-2012 During the past three years, Jostens has swept the awards in the School Yearbook category of the prestigious international printing competition.

2009-2012

C AT EGORY AWA RD S J os te n s: 4 2 F r i e s e n s: 1 1 H e r f f J o n e s: 9 B al fo u r: 1 B EST OF C AT EGORY J os te n s: 3 F r i e s e n s: 1 AWA RD OF R ECOG N ITIO N J os te n s: 3 F r i e s e n s: 1 H e r f f J o n e s: 1 CE RTIFIC AT E OF M ERIT J os te n s: 36 F r i e s e n s: 9 H e r f f J o n e s: 8 B al fo u r: 1

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PREMIER PRINT AWAR DS No one prints a better yearbook than Jostens—and we have awards from the Printing Industries of America to prove it. In the prestigious international Premier Print Awards, Jostens has earned the coveted Best of Category “Benny” Award three of the past four years. In those same years, Jostens dominated the awards in the School Yearbooks category with three Awards of Recognition and 36 Certificates of Merit to significantly outpace all other yearbook printers. In the 2012 competition, 14 yearbooks printed by Jostens were recognized for outstanding reproduction and binding. In all, 19 yearbooks were recognized.

AWARD OF RECOG NITION La Vi e 2012, Pe nn State Unive rsit y [ PN]

CERTIFIC ATE OF MERIT C h a n ti cl eer 2011, Duke Unive rsit y [ NC ] Corn el l i a n 2012, Co r ne ll Unive rsit y [ NY ] El P a i sa n o 2012, We stlake H igh Scho ol [ TX ] Etru sca n 2011, Gle nbroo k South H igh Schoo l [ IL] Ha r va rd 376 2012, H ar vard Year bo ok Publications [ M A] Howi tzer 2011, Unite d State s M ilitar y Acade m y at We st Poin t [N Y ] Mi ch i g a n en si a n 2012, Unive rsit y of M ichigan [ M I] Retrosp ect 2011, Case We ste r n Re se r ve Unive rsit y [OH ] Red Ced a r Log 2011, M ichigan State Unive rsit y [ M I] Sou n d 2011, Lo ng Island Unive rsit y [ NY ] Su b Tu rri 2012, Bo sto n Colle ge [ M A] Th e Leg en d 2012, M cIntosh H igh Scho ol [G A] Th e Pri d e 2012, Star r ’s M ill H igh Scho ol [G A]

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EMOTIONAL MOMENT. The moment that JEA official H.L. Hall walked into room, a stunned Cindy Todd realized she wasn’t attending a faculty meeting, but rather a special gathering to honor her as the 2012 National Yearbook Adviser of the Year. Hall and Kelly Furnas, JEA executive director, traveled to Austin to make the surprise presentation. Todd’s family and several representatives from Jostens were also at the event. [photos by David Oliver, El Paisano head photographer]

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Natio n al YEARBOOK A DVIS ER OF TH E YEAR Cindy Todd, yearbook adviser at Westlake High School in Austin, TX, was named the 2012 H.L. Hall National Yearbook Adviser of the Year by the Journalism Education Association at a surprise presentation at her school. The El Paisano, the 560-page yearbook Todd advises, has earned Crown awards from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association and Pacemaker awards from the National Scholastic Press Association. In 2008, she was the Texas High School Journalism Teacher of the Year.

NATION A L YE ARBOOK ADVISE R OF THE Y E A R 1995-2012 H .L . H all, MO [1995 ] J im J o rdan , C A [1996 ] Paul Ender, C A [1997 ] Nanc y H a s tin g s , IN [1997 ] Kathy Daly, CO [1998] Susan M a s s y, KS [1999 ] C r y stal Ka zmiers ki, C A [ 20 0 0 ]

“Mrs. [Cindy] Todd creates an atmosphere and work environment like no other in my 13 years of education,” David Oliver, El Paisano head photographer, said. “Every day for my four years of high school, yearbook has been the class I look forward to. Her relentless dedication toward her students and the publication is something all teachers should strive for.”

Ly nn Stra u s e , MI [ 20 0 1] J udi Coo li d ge , OH [ 20 02] Kathy C rag h ead , MO [ 20 03] Casey Nich ols , C A [ 20 0 4 ] M ar tha Akers , VA [ 20 0 5 ]

Principal John Carter agreed. “She is one amazing individual and I can think of no one as deserving as she.” Todd works with 86 students in five classes, which include Journalism Yearbook, Yearbook 1, Yearbook 2, Yearbook 3 and Independent Journalism. As a platinum-level sponsor, Jostens underwrites the National Yearbook Adviser of the Year competition with a $2,000 yearly donation.

Dan Aust in , C A [ 20 0 6 ] Pe te Le Blan c , C A [ 20 0 6 ] M ar y Kay Down es , VA [ 20 07 ] Linda Dra ke , KS [ 20 0 8] Lo r i Ogle s bee , TX [ 20 0 9 ] Sarah Nich ols , C A [ 20 10 ] Kim Gr e e n, IN [ 20 11] C indy To dd , TX [ 20 12]

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CSPA Crown, NSPA Pacemaker winning yearbooks set the standard The Gold Crown awarded by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association [CSPA] and the Pacemaker awarded by the Associated Collegiate Press [ACP] and the National Scholastic Press Association [NSPA] are considered the top national journalism awards for

middle school, high school and collegiate publications. Jostens is proud to have worked with 18 schools earning Crown and Pacemaker honors for their 2011 yearbooks.

BRYANT H IG H S C H OOL Br ya nt , AR The Hornet Ma rga r et So r ro w s , a d vi s e r [Gold Crow n a nd Pa ce m a ke r ] CORONADO MI DDLE S C H OOL Corona do, C A The Surfer A ma nda Ca s a r e s , a d vi s e r [Gold Crow n] ED MOND SA N TA FE H IG H S C H OOL Edmond, OK Archives Pa ige Whi te , a d vi s e r [Silver Crown]

FE NTO N H IG H S C H OOL Fenton, MI Fentonian Pa m Bunka , a d vi s e r [Silv er Cro w n a nd Pa ce m a ke r ] FRANCI S H OW ELL H IG H S C H OOL St . Cha rle s , MO Howelltonian Michele D una wa y, a d vi s e r [Silv er Cro w n] GLENBROOK S OUT H H IG H S C H OOL Glenv iew, I L Etruscan Br enda Fi e l d , a d vi s e r [Silv er Cro w n a nd Pa ce m a ke r ]

HILLCRES T I N TERN ATIO N AL S C H OOL Senta ni, Pa p a u I nd o ne s i a The Image Emily Bly t he , a d vi s e r [Silv er Cro w n] KAPAUN MT. CARMEL CAT H OLIC HIG H SCH OOL Wichita , KS C rusader Ashley Pe r ki ns , a d vi s e r [Silv er Cro w n] KIRKWOO D H IG H S C H OOL Kirkwood , MO Pioneer Mit ch Ede n, a d vi s e r [Silv er Cro w n]

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LOUD OUN VALLEY H IG H S C H OOL Pur cellv i l l e , VA Saga Ma r t ha A ke rs , a d vi s e r [Gold Crow n a nd Pa ce m a ke r F i na l i s t ] MAIZE S OUT H MI DDLE S C H OOL Wichita , KS Stampede Ma r y Pa t r i c k, a d vi s e r [Gold Crow n] MICHIGA N S TATE U N IVERS ITY Ea st La ns i ng, MI R ed C edar Log Vica ri Vo l l m a r, e d i to r [Gold Crow n a nd Pa ce m a ke r ]

PROVID E N CE H IG H S C H OOL Cha rlot te , N C The Prowler Ericka Bo w e n, a d vi s e r [Gold Crow n] ROCK CA N YO N H IG H S C H OOL H ighla nd s Ra nc h, CO The Black and G old Krist i Ra thbun, a d vi s e r [Pa cema ke r F i na l i s t ] ROCKLIN H IG H S C H OOL Rocklin, C A Tonitrus Ca sey Nicho l s , a d vi s e r [Silv er Cro w n a nd Pa ce m a ke r ]

ST. MARK’S S C H OOL OF TEXAS Da lla s, TX Marksmen Ra y West bro o k, a d vi s e r [Gold Crow n a nd Pa ce m a ke r ] WESTLAKE H IG H S C H OOL A ust in, TX El Paisano Cindy Tod d , a d vi s e r [Gold Crow n a nd Pa ce m a ke r F i na l i s t ] WHIT NEY H IG H S C H OOL Rocklin, C A Details Sa ra h Nic ho l s , a d vi s e r [Gold Cro w n a nd Pa ce m a ke r ]

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1999 “ L a s t-S econd H eroi cs ” J o n at h o n Le w i s S c o t t Co u n t y Hi g h S c h o o l G e o rg e to w n , KY

2012 Jos t e ns Ph oto co n t e s t Approximately 8,000 photos were carefully sorted according to the contest’s eight categories in preparation for the judging at the Jostens headquarters in Minneapolis. During the judging, three judges studied every photograph marking their favorites with blue cups. The images without cups were removed from the tables by contest assistants and the judges again placed cups on their favorites, this time narrowing the number to approximately 12 photos for a particular category. With each category narrowed to approximately 12 images, the process became more interactive as the judges discussed the composition and technical aspects of each of the finalists. After the robust discussion, and often more voting, the top five photos were ranked in order with the remaining images earning honorable mention honors. The First Place winners in each category then competed for the Grand Prize honor.

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2000 “ The L a s t L eg ” S aman t h a S c h mi z C l ay to n Hi g h S c h o o l C l ay to n , MO

2001 “ B a r n Door s ” Cas e y Te mp l e to n No r t h s i d e Hi g h S c h o o l Ro an o ke , VA

2002 “Cha m p i on ” Ste ve n G e e r Pioneer Hi g h S c h o o l S an J o s e , C A

MIKE M c LEA N freelance photographer Jostens Adviser University instructor Dallas, TX

S U N G PARK photojournalism instructor University of Oregon Eugene, OR KATRI N A W E N T Z EL yearbook adviser Mounds Park Academy St. Paul, MN Instructional captions by S H ERRI TAYLOR Syracuse University

2003 “Senior Sk ate ” B r i an G o r e Ne w man S mi t h Hi g h S c h o o l Car r o l l to n , TX

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“ The H e ader” Al e x Swa ns on Wes tl a ke H i gh School Aus ti n, TX

“ The Ki ckof f Sy mbol” Sh an n o n So u l e West lake High Sch o o l Au st in , T X

2008 “6 p.m.” Irin So n Mar t in Lu t h er Kin g High Scho o l R iversid e , C A

2005 “R aise Me Up ” Ka ti e Kra us Wes tl a ke H i gh School Aus ti n, TX

2009 “ W atch Your L anguage ” Mad iso n Ho ef t Ced ar Valley Mid d le Sch o o l Au st in , T X

2010 2006 “Just Missed It ” Megan Rountree Westlake High School Austin, TX

“Fl ashing Lights” Mackenzie Wylie Shawnee Mission East High School Prairie Village, KS

201 1 “All As One ” Brid get Ben n e t t Ho p kin s High Sch o o l Min n eto n ka, MN

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2012 Grand Prize “ you CAN’ T TOUCH THIS” Elizabeth Yee, photographer Lisa Baker, adviser Horizon High School Scottsdale, AZ

This winning photo shows people interacting in a classroom, but emphasizes each person’s individual expression and gesture. It invites readers to move not only from person to person across the frame where interesting information is presented vertically and horizontally, but also from foreground to background where familiar classroom icons help create a quintessential picture of classroom learning.

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1 ST P L ACE “ Th e Th i ngs I’ ve L e a rn e d ” Bria nna Williams, pho to g ra pher Ka thleen Fleming, ad vi ser S h a ker Height s High S cho o l S h a ker Height s, OH

This picture’s high angle allows the photographer to place the subject in an interesting and prominent position in the frame’s foreground and to isolate the subject from his background. It also allowed the photographer to show the nuances of the student’s posture and expression..

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2ND PL ACE “ T r u s t Fall� D an i N aj afi , p h otograp h e r M e l an i e Card e n as , ad v i s e r F l e t c h e r A c ad e m y F l e t c h e r, N C

A compelling shooting angle was used by this photographer to perfectly place the fallng subject in the frame while allowing the waiting catchers to indicate distance. Her horizontal body position, raised head and frightened expression make her an undeniable focal point.

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3 r d P L ACE “MVD R ace Afterm at h ” Ca sey Willit s, photog ra pher Tin a D worakows ki, adv i ser C ro w High School Eu g ene , OR

The geometry from the left subject’s outstretched arm, hose and water stream into the open mouth of the right subject’s rigid vertical stance create strong foreground interest. More geometry is shown in the repetition of the students sitting on the wall watching with amused expressions.

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4th PL ACE “ Thi r d T i m e ’s a Char m ” S om m e r D e n k i n , p h otograp h e r J u l i e G ol d s te i n , ad v i s e r G r e e n Val l e y H i gh S c h ool H e n d e r s on , N V

This hugging, happy duo shares a big moment on the front left thirds point in this image. The moment is shared by the sea of supporters cheering them from amidst a field of green shirts and lots of clapping hands in the background. The shallow depth of field helps separate the foreground from the background.

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5 th P L ACE “S k ate ” Tr e v or Munch, photo g ra pher Cor tney Weisman, ad v i ser Wa rd Melville High Scho o l Se tauket , NY

Framed and isolated by the car’s hatchback, this portrait of skateboarders uses the strong iconography of their gear, clothing and expression to showcase their passion for their sport. Tight vertical cropping eliminates background distraction.

ACAD EMICS/COMMU N ITY SERVICE | 201 2 photo contest

1 st PL ACE “M e l an c h o ly ” A n ge l R i v e ra, p h otograp h e r A n ge l a J e s c h ke , ad v i s e r W i r e gras s R an c h Hi gh S c h ool We s l e y C h ap e l , F L

With symmetrical balance, this photographer shot into the face and hands of the student chemist’s concentrated action. With wide-angle distortion, the hands showcase the colorful liquid in the beakers also reflected in the goggles. The mixture adds warm color to the foreground. Really shallow depth of field keeps focus on the foreground.

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2n d P L ACE “Q uantum Mechan i cs ” Ha n nah Kunz , photog ra pher Dea nne B rown, adviser We st lake High Schoo l A u stin, TX

Shooting from a low angle beneath a transparent surface, the photographer captured the intensity of the expression from the writer. Her angle also allowed her to frame the subject’s face with his arm, bringing his writing hand to a focal point. Interesting side lighting from the left intensifies the composition.

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3rd PL ACE “J u n i o r Y e ar” Cas e y S i m m on s , p h otograp h e r C i n d y Tod d , ad v i s e r We s t l ake Hi gh S c h ool A u s t i n , TX

In this illustrative portrait, the photographer used a high vantage point to isolate a student surrounded by SAT guides. An extremely wide angle lens bent the straight book shelves that surround her. The subject’s light arms become a leading line directly to the light-colored guide covers.

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4 th P L ACE “N e ver Endi ng M ath Equati on� Joh n P acheco, p h o tographer Josh Clem ents, adviser Va lley V iew High Sc ho o l Mor eno Valley, CA

An overhead projector provides a strong light source for this image of a math teacher. Placing her strongly on the right side of the image allowed the photographer to include her hand on the surface of the projector and frame her with the projected work. The photographer used effective exposure to highlight her face and expression.

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5th PL ACE “ P o li t i c al S ec r e ts � A l l i s on F ah r n i , p h otograp h e r C l i n t S m i t h , ad v i s e r Te xas Hi gh S c h ool Te xar kan a, TX

By placing her subjects far to the right rule of thirds, this photographer added a softly focused iconic American flag to her image. The directional right side light adds drama and detail to the primary focus, the two conferring subjects.

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1 ST P L ACE “Gri n & Be ar It ” Ca rson Kaut z , photog ra pher Rog er Woo, advis er Tokay High School Lod i, CA

A peak moment of wrestling action showcases the faces and interlinked arms of both athletes. The photographer’s position from the floor with a long lens made this shot a winner. The long lens enabled the photographer to use shallow depth of field to isolate the action in a busy gym.

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2ND PL ACE “ F lu i d ” Logan Stan ford , p h otograp h e r Se rgi o Yan e s , ad v i s e r Law ton C h i l e s Hi gh S c h ool Tal l ah as s e e , F L

As the swimmer forms arcs of water as he glides through the pool, this photographer used a fast shutter speed to capture the action of his movement. Particularly nice is an arc perfectly framing the swimmer’s face in the dark goggles.

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3 r d P L ACE “ VICTORY ” A llison D raper, photo g ra pher R a chel P ellegrino, ad v i ser Cop pell High Sc hool Cop pell, T X

This photographer captured an eruption of reaction from a contagion of happy teammates. By including just two opponents’ opposite reaction in the red uniforms on the right, the photo nicely contrasts the emotions of the victors to that of the losing team. Sideline reaction to court action is often a good way to tell the story of game outcome.

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4th PL ACE “ The Wi nni n g S h ot ” N i c ol e S an c h e z , p h otograp h e r Cas e y N i c h ol s , ad v i s e r Roc k l i n Hi gh S c h ool Roc k l i n , C A

With the ball frozen clearly in the foreground close to the camera, this photograph was shot from the perfect spot to capture peak game action. The two main opponents scrambling for the ball mimic each other’s movement and splashing as they compete.

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5 th P L ACE “ Le aving It on the M at ” Ha iley Jo Allr ed, photo g ra pher Lori-Ann P ot ter, advi ser Du ches ne High Schoo l Du ches ne , UT

Dramatic arena lighting casts defining shadows on the locking arms of two wrestlers just beginning their match. The defining light nicely shows the muscle structure in both wrestlers’ arms. The photographer’s angle from the front side helps effectively place the viewer into the action.

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1 st PL ACE “S w e e t V i c to ry ” D av i d C h a, p h otograp h e r; A m y Hu n toon - P e r k i n s , ad v i s e r G i l m an S c h ool B al t i m or e , M D

This photographer was in the perfect close-up spot and angle to make this shot of two players sharing in a victory celebration. The heads facing in opposite directions, but with mirrored expressions, perfectly capture the thrill of their victory. The right player’s arm wrapped around the left player adds more nice emotion.

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2n d P L ACE “ Th e Agony of Def e at ” S h e lby Tauber, photo g ra pher Lori Oglesbee , advis er McK inney High Schoo l McK inney, T X

A single player is caught in sheer isolation as he’s helped not by a coach, but by a policeman leaning down offering a hand and a consoling word. The player’s body language and bent head provide all the information about his emotions, including the one-point loss illuminated on the scoreboard.

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3rd PL ACE “ The Kn i gh t Coas te r” A bby War n ke , p h otograp h e r L i n d a We r h an , ad v i s e r Tr i n i t y A c ad e m y W i c h i ta, KS

Great use of a wide-angle lens to show repetition of the crowd following the foreground leader on the far right. The photographer’s front angle helps emphasize the identical diagonal arms of the crowd and allows interesting color to emerge throughout the image.

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4 th P L ACE “ Th e Gre yhound R e m a i ns t h e Sa me ” Za char y P ollack, pho to g ra pher A my Huntoon-P erkins, a dv i ser Gilm an Sc hool Ba lt imor e , MD

This picture’s use of good depth of field adds dimensionality to the excitement as the foreground focuses on a jumping, yelling student leading a pack of guys running behind him all the way to the back wall. All crowd attention is focused on the action coming into the camera’s viewfinder.

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5th PL ACE “ R u nni n g S t r e ak� G rac e F i n l e y, p h otograp h e r M argar e t S or r ow s , ad v i s e r B r y an t Hi gh S c h ool B r y an t , A R

Great emotion highlights the faces of the girls concentrating on running off the field in their formal attire. They contrast in focus effectively from the repetition of the similarly dressed cheerleaders behind them. The photographer’s angle worked well to contrast the two disparate groups.

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1 ST P L ACE “g r aduation” C h a Reese Robinson, pho to g ra pher P.R . F rank, advis er Da vid H. P onitz Car ee r Techno l o g y Center Da y ton, OH

A sea of warm yellow repeats from the foreground to the background of this happy image of graduation captured on the face of the foreground student. The photographer took advantage of side light to show detail in the subject’s hair and beaming face.

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2ND PL ACE “ N e x t S te p: Co llege � F l or i an R i c afor t , p h otograp h e r D i an a State r, ad v i s e r Val l e y Hi gh S c h ool Las Ve gas , N V

The photographer shot from the graduation stage and used the strong arena lights to good effect in rim lighting the graduate holding his diploma in the air. The golden light on the scene emphasizes the warm red colors in the graduate’s gown and intensifies his skin tones.

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3 r d P L ACE “ Fr eedom” Jolee P aden, photogra pher Veronic a Harbaugh, a dv i ser St . Joseph-Odgen Hig h S cho o l St . Joseph, IL

This photographer effectively captured a background filled with silly string in this post-graduation shot. The patterns of the string above the heads and on the caps of some of the graduates create strong contrast with the graduates’ burgundy gowns at a low horizon point.

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4th PL ACE “ The P r i d e o f a Fath e r” M ar i a M ar t i n e z , p h otograp h e r M ar y W h i te , ad v i s e r A n d r e w s H i gh S c h ool Andrews, NC

A moment of shared graduation joy shows in the warm hug and smiling face of a dad hugging his daughter. The photographer’s position to the side of this moment allowed the duo to fill the frame. Shallow depth of field separates the filled stands in the background while adding contextual information.

The judges did not award a Fifth Place in this category.

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1 st P L ACE “M a n in the Mirror” Re b ecc a B orin, photo g ra pher Bethany Holt , advis er Min netonka High Sc ho o l Min netonka, MN

The environmental surroundings are perfectly chosen in this portrait. Using the interesting artifacts present in the room allows the image to take the viewer’s eyes to the mirror showing the actual portrait and revealing more details. The pastel colors and patterns of the room’s stark walls add depth and interest.

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2ND PL ACE “ B o o k wo r m ” Car ol i n e P r i e s kor n , p h otographe r C l i n t S m i t h , ad v i s e r Te xas Hi gh S c h ool Te xar kan a, TX

The photographer’s perfect angle fills the frame with a lovely picture of a young reader’s comfortable spot on a hammock against a placid background. The soft light provides good, even illumination and soft shadows across the scene.

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3 r d P L ACE “ Th e Und ertaker” Ta ylor Marie Colem an, pho to g ra pher C lin t Smit h, advis er Te x as High Sc hool Te x arkana, TX

An interesting subject makes an appropriately serene portrait in a funeral home. Shooting from behind the subject, the photographer places icons of the business in front of him keeping the subject’s face hidden. The use of black and white adds impact to the image while the highlights on the pews add a leading line to the subject and background focal point.

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4th PL ACE “A ll That G li t te r s ” J e r e m y Tau r i ac , p h otograp h e r K h an h N gu y e n , ad v i s e r War r e n Eas ton C h ar te r H i gh Scho o l N e w O r l e an s , L A

The photographer used rear curtain sync on this portrait to add stunning visual effects which also separate the subject from the busy background. The subject’s tilted, tiaraed head and broad smile complete the happy moment in golden light.

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5 th P L ACE “student cond ucto r” Re b ecc a Waddell, pho to g ra pher N ora Neff, adviser Mill Cr eek High Schoo l Hoschton, GA

Shooting into the auditorium’s stage lights, this photographer took advantage of their intersecting flares to create a focal point in the frame’s left corner. The lights also add interesting highlights and shadows which are picked up in the bows, hair and faces of the musicians and conductor.

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1 st PL ACE “A m e r i c an ” Se an E l e z ra, p h otograp h e r J u l i e G ol d s te i n , ad v i s e r G r e e n Val l e y H i gh S c h ool H e n d e r s on , N V

With her subject partially illuminated by an American flag projection, this photographer effectively used light and shadows to focus attention on the subject’s eyes. The far left rule of thirds placement allows the portrait to balance with the expanse of the projected flag.

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2 n d P L ACE “ De se rted C actus” Lu ke La sley, photographe r A n d y Mitchell, adviser S o n o ma Valley High S o n o ma , CA

A really long time exposure results in a swirling pattern of blue and white light behind this well-chosen cactus. Shooting from a low angle, the photographer gives lifelike qualities to the cactus with its “arms” reaching into the sky. The green cactus provides simple contrast with the background.

3rd PL ACE “Up All Night ( What Students Do to Get Ahe ad)” Lu ke S i r on s k i -W h i te , p h otograp he r B ar bara Kal h or, ad v i s e r J u an i ta H i gh S c h ool K i r k l an d , WA

This photographer did a great job of creating three unique images to illustrate students’ reliance on techniques to stay awake. The black and white adds starkness to the trio of images. The photographer also does a great job of keeping the images balanced in visual weight to work as a tightly cropped grouping.

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4 th P L ACE “ D r e am World” Jord an Kinnevan, photo g ra pher L in da Werhan, adviser Trin it y Ac ademy W ichita, KS

This photographer’s dream world illustration combines two images in an effective way. The photographer effectively contrasts the bleak background with the shiny round reflection of the subject in the foreground. The photograph’s digital juxtaposition of content engages the viewer.

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5th PL ACE “ D r i f ti n g Away � S h an n on B u l l oc k , p h otograp he r M argar e t S or r ow s , ad v i s e r B r y an t Hi gh S c h ool B r y an t , A R

Well-chosen props, subject matter and angle create a beautiful image of liquidity. The position of the model makes her seem to be drifting up out of the frame propelled by her umbrella. Both the background and foreground digital image alterations effectively support the theme.

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1 st P L ACE “M irror , Mirror … Who’s the Fairest of Them All” Celeste Fowler, photo g ra pher Bru ce Fowler, adviser Ola Middle Sc hool McD onough, GA

This photograph captures a wonderfully candid, unfettered moment of young teens primping in front of a mirror in a bathroom. The photographer wisely chose a candid spot during this event which resulted in a wonderful moment. Her side angle behind the left girl enabled a wide shot reflected in the mirror.

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2ND PL ACE “ Unt i tle d ” R i l e y D r u r y, p h otograp h e r Ste p h an i e Har r i s , ad v i s e r O ak v i e w M i d d l e S c h ool O ak l an d Tow n s h i p , M I

Alone on the bench, this player’s isolation suggests contemplation through his upturned head and eyes watching the field. The photographer’s low side angle suggests the isolation with soft light provided by a setting sun.

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3 r d P L ACE “ From Show Time to G a me ” Ha n nah Holder, photo g ra pher Bru ce Fowler, adviser O la M iddle School McDonough, GA

An unlikely combination of formal dress on two girls seemingly playing basketball makes the viewer do a double take. The photographer’s severely tilted horizon adds to the craziness of the moment shot from a low angle, and places the girls’ warm-toned dresses against a cool-toned background.

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4th PL ACE “G o ld e n N ot e ” E m m a G e r m an y, p h otograp h e r M argi e N i s be t t , ad v i s e r Wal n u t G r ov e M i d d l e S c h ool M i d l ot h i an , TX

By moving in close to the subject, this photographer combined a player’s musical moment with his reflection in the shiny instrument. The close position to subject allowed the photographer to achieve shallow depth of field which keeps attention focused on his subject. The front side light adds texture.

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5 th P L ACE “ Th e Musi c Pl ays On� Emm a Germany, photo g ra pher Ma rgie Nisbet t , adviser Wa lnut Grove Middle S cho o l Mid lot hian, T X

A row of musicians performing in a Christmas show leads the viewer effectively through this image from right to left with primary focus on the third player whose instrument can be seen. The variation of players wearing Christmas hats adds uniqueness to the repetition.

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“ HAMMER TIME ”

“SCALES OF TIME ”

“ HELPI N G HA N D S ”

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“sc a l es of time ” Kr ysta l B ugbee , photogra pher Ava Bu tz u, advis er Gra n d Blanc High Sc hool Gra n d Blanc , MI

“H AMMER TIME ” Ka t i e Co wa r t , pho to grap h e r Ma rg a r et S o r r o ws, ad v i s e r Br y a nt H i g h S cho o l Br y a nt , A R

“ HELPI N G HA N D S ” S arah S p oh n , p h otograp h e r D i an e He rd e r, ad v i s e r Lai n gs bu rg Hi gh S c h ool Lai n gs bu rg, M I

A warm moment between a cheerleader and an admiring youngster is cropped tightly to emphasize the hug being offered. A close angle and vertical crop place all the attention on the nice interaction between the pair.

Shooting to the right behind one of two partners working on a hands-on building assignment, the photographer cropped tightly into the face of the other as he concentrates on his hammering work. The positions of both workers provide a framework for the area they are working on.

A high angle above her subjects let this photographer capture symmetry. As the six subjects work together on an assignment, the repetition of their bent heads, red shirts and white paper create movement that lead the viewer around the image.

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“ wall o f w i sdo m ”

“HEART OF BLUE ”

“o ld t h i n gs ar e co o l to o”

“ w i th o u t wo r ds”

“c a lm b efore the s to rm”

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“ he art of blue ” Ka ti e Cowar t , photog ra pher Ma rgar et Sorrows , advi ser Br yant High Sc hool Br yant , AR This graduate’s beaming smile perfectly frames the heart she forms with her hands against her blue diploma. Anticipating the reaction and being ready for it. mark the photographer’s ability to make a strong photograph during a fast-paced graduation ceremony.

“ wa l l o f w i sd o m ” Ca r i ssa Bo st r o m, p h otograp h e r Cher y l Bo st r o m, ad v i s e r Ka keg a wa I nter n at i on al Chr i st i a n S cho o l Ka keg a wa -shi , S hi zuo ka -ken, J a p an This photographer broke free from the traditional graduation photo to create an interesting illustration. The students wearing three distinctly colored robes create interest. The outstretched arms holding caps create repetition, nicely broken by the middle graduate facing the wall while the other two face forward.

“o ld th i n gs ar e co o l to o” J oh n Lon g, p h otograp h e r L i n d a We r h an , ad v i s e r Tr i n i t y A c ad e m y W i c h i ta, KS

“ w i t h out words ” Se an E l ez ra , pho to g ra phe r J u l i e G ol dste in, a dvise r G r e e n Valle y H ig h Scho o l H e n d e r s on, NV

A strong directional light source placed at the lower left of the frame creates beautiful and mysterious illumination of this antique car. The metal surface of the car reflects the light in highlights and shadows from the photographer’s side shooting angle.

Illuminated by a projection of printed words, the subject of this photograph suggests unspoken emotion through her posed face and hands. The diagonal placement of the printed pages allow the words closest to her head to be read though meaning is only suggested.

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“co n c entr ation”

“gr ad uati o n glo ry ”

“c a l m before the sto rm” R ile y Ros e , photographe r C la y Jo nes, adviser Joa n Diego Cat holic High S cho o l Dra p e r, UT

“CON CEN TRATIO N ” Sy l ena H a r per, pho tograp h e r Ma rg a r et S o r r o ws, ad v i s e r Br y a nt H i g h S cho o l Br y a nt , A R

“GRA D UATIO N GLORY ” Kat i e Cow ar t , p h otograp h e r M argar e t S or r ow s , ad v i s e r B r y an t Hi gh S c h ool B r y an t , A R

Early morning light rises from the horizon behind the hills in the background and illuminates this scene of clouds across the sky. The silhouettes of the people across the bottom of the frame and the ski lifts in the foreground provide depth and perspective through the photographer’s depth of field.

Digital alterations add meaning and color to this scene. The high, side, vertical angle allows the photographer to focus on the artist’s face and arms as she works on her geometric composition. The viewer concentrates on her finely focused attention to her art.

The photographer was in the right spot and waited for the right moment to show this happy graduate’s reaction after receiving her diploma. Her expression perfectly sums up her feelings, while one arm holding her cap and other arm holding her diploma frame her face.

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“ Titti b hasana”

“j u m p fo r j oy ”

“ f ight li ke a gi rl”

“c ar ry i n g t h e load ”

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“ Tit tibhasana” C h a r elle Walker, photo g ra pher Rya n Hansen, advis er Id a ho Falls High Sc ho o l Id a ho Falls, ID

“j u mp fo r j oy ” Ma di so n M o r ehead , p h otograp h e r L i sa St i ne , a dv i s e r Br y a nt Fr eshma n A c ad e m y Br y a nt , A R

“c ar ry i n g t h e load ” Tay l or Te w al t , p h otograp h e r M argi e N i s be t t , ad v i s e r Wal n u t G r ov e M i d d l e S c h ool M i d l ot h i an , TX

“ f i gh t like a girl” Roge r Wa rd, pho to g ra phe r M argi e Nisb e tt , a dvise r Wal n u t Gro ve Middle Scho o l M i d l ot h ia n, T X

Strong directional side light creates a dramatic portrait of this gymnast’s pose. With the light showing only on her left front side, the shadows seem to disconnect parts of her body. The result is a dramatic abstract photo that holds the viewer’s interest.

The girl jumping in the foreground perfectly frames the girl behind her through her legs. The performers on the ground add to the feeling of movement in this halftime shot. The photographer took advantage of the strong expression on both girls’ faces from her angle and fast shutter speed.

Placing the ball carrier in the middle of the frame effectively showcases this mob scene of players from both teams in hot pursuit. The repetition of players spread across the frame provides strong contextual information for the action.

Good expressions on the athletes struggling for the ball focus attention on the left subjects in this sports action shot. The photographer’s position on the side of the court enabled the girls to move into the frame as they compete.

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“a fa ding sunset ”

“j u s t h an gi n ’”

dro p the b ass ”

“m i s t ro”

“a fa ding sunset ” Ya sme en E lsawaf, photo g ra pher Ma rk S chledorn, advis er We st S hor e Jr./ Sr. High S cho o l Me lb ou rne , F L

“j u s t h a n g i n ’ ” Chel sea H ewet t , pho tograp h e r Deb o ra h Ni eha us, a d v i s e r Bet hesda Chr i st i a n A c ad e m y Dur ha m, NC

“m i s t ro” Kay l a Han c oc k , p h otograp h e r M ar s h a Lot t , ad v i s e r E be n e z e r M i d d l e S c h ool R i n c on , GA

“ d ro p t h e ba ss” M ar i a M ar tine z , pho to g ra phe r M ar y W h i te , a dvise r A n d r e w s H ig h Scho o l A n d r e w s , NC

With the sun already behind the horizon, this photograph uses ambient available light and a low horizon for this beach scene. Layers of information bring the viewer down the image from the houses and trees, to the cars and piers, and finally to the silhouetted figures of the people walking on the beach.

A really fun picture elicits a smile from viewers of this playground scene. The left girl’s position adds interest with her head positioned differently from the other girls. Each girl’s varying height and hanging hair add variety. The warm yellow color of the bars peek out from the girls providing structure for their pose.

A study in piano playing provides a striking subject for this photographer’s close-up. Using black and white provides an effective tonality for the highlights and shadows created by strong side light from the left side of the frame. The sharp angles of the finger positions add strong focal points.

Choosing a tight angle in front of the subject, the photographer used a fast shutter speed to stop the action of the liquid being squeezed onto the colorful surface. The repetition of the splashes, the colorful pink color and the girl’s focus on her work add to the interest in this composition.

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“E D ITOR-I N - C H IEF ”

“ I N GOO D HA N D S ”

“ FLY LIKE AN EAGLE ”

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“ e ditor- i n- chi ef ” Tr e v or Munch, photo g ra pher Cor tney Weisman, ad v i ser Wa rd Melville High Scho o l Se tauket , NY

“i n g o o d h a nds ” Kel sey H uf fer, ph otograp h e r J ul i e G o l dstei n, ad v i s e r G r een Va l l ey H i g h S c h ool H ender so n, NV

“ F ly L i k e an E agle ” G i an n a Su r l e y, p h otograp h e r J am i D e Vr i e s , ad v i s e r H e r i tage H i gh S c h ool L i t t l e ton , CO

“G e n t le ” J oh n P ac he co, pho to g ra phe r J os h C l e m e nts, a dvise r Val l e y Vie w H ig h Scho o l M or e n o Va lle y, CA

From a high angle, this photographer not only captured the faces of the two girls, but surrounds them with icons of their work. Keeping the background darker and shadowed brings the viewer to each of the subjects in a strong way.

Wide-angle distortion works well in this portrait, bringing the viewer to the dominant hands cradling the baby’s head and into the background. The extremely shallow depth of field completes the portrait, but concentrates the focus on the baby’s expression.

Using digital alterations to blur the background, this photographer created horizontal separation from the dancer’s vertical leap in the air. The dancer’s completely horizontal legs suggest the height of her jump, and her colorful costume and expression add lively interest.

Patterned lighting is used to full effect in this beautiful portrait. The model’s pose adds great effect with her angled head showing dimensionality which leads the viewer through the textured details. The strong rule of thirds placement and dark tonality of the left side of the frame complete the portrait’s appeal.

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“GE NTLE ”

“ LEAGUE C HAMP S ”

“ ELEGANCE AND GRACE ”

“ALL OF THESE EMOTIO N S OF MIN E ”

“O N E OF T HE BOYS ”

“ Le ag ue Ch amps” Za ch Tutt le , photographer Deb ra Cole , adviser W ich ita Independent Scho o l W ich ita, KS

“One o f t h e B oys ” Ka t i e Co wa r t , pho to grap h e r Ma rg a r et S o r r o ws, ad v i s e r Br y a nt H i g h S cho o l Br y a nt , A R

A low light and angle cast interesting highlights and shadows on this group of athletes. The portrait paints the players in a powerful way with the low angle adding strength stretching to the top of the players’ heads and shared determined expressions.

Weighing in, this subject is framed in window light coming from the left side of the gym. The vacant expanse of polished gym floor isolates the subject’s strong pose at the front of the frame. The photographer made this portrait a conceptual one, adding great interest.

“A ll o f The s e E m oti o ns o f M i n e ” Ry an B e r r y, p h otograp h e r Can d ac e Vi c ke r s , ad v i s e r G l e n bard S ou t h H i gh S c h ool Glen Ellyn, IL This photographer came up with a strong concept for this portrait. With the background completely shadowed, the viewer’s eyes go immediately to the illuminated left side of the face and the three Polaroid pictures showing fully illuminated eyes. In black and white, the portrait becomes more dramatic.

“ E leg an c e a nd Gr ace ” C l ai r e N or to n, pho to g ra phe r C l i n t S m i t h , a dvise r Te xas H i gh Scho o l Te xar kan a, T X This ballerina’s beautiful pose becomes an obvious focal point on a stage where the background’s darker tonality lets the warm colors become the sole focal point. The ballerina’s placement at a third’s point in side light, and the gentle nature of her expression and pose create a compelling portrait.

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“ TAYLOR”

“S I D E S WIPE ”

“ UNTITLED”

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“ TAYLOR” N a than Kr ebs , photo g ra pher Rya n Hansen, advis er Id a ho Falls High Sc ho o l Id a ho Falls, ID

“SI D E SW IPE ” Cha r l i e H unni cutt , p h otograp h e r Ma rg a r et S o r r o w s , ad v i s e r Br y a nt H i g h S cho ol Br y a nt , A R

“ U N TITLED ” E l i B e s s e r, p h otograp h e r M i a S m i t h , ad v i s e r Tor r e y P i n e s Hi gh S c h ool E n c i n i tas , C A

The photographer used two horizontal tree branches to effectively frame the subject’s face in this outdoor portrait. The two patches of green add additional framing and intensify the model’s large green eyes. The broad light on her face and hair fix her as the focal point.

A long lens and a fast shutter speed isolate this peak game action as the players move directly into the photographer’s viewfinder down the field. The players’ position in the frame also shows their faces and arms as they compete. Important to sports action, the ball can be seen clearly, providing the context for the action.

A beautiful portrait of a surfer perfectly frames him in a wall of water in pastel colored light. The wall of light from within the water creates layers of color from the photographer’s side angle and hints at the height of the wave. The three reflections of the surfer in the water add interest and definition.

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“ FREE S TYLE ”

“CLEAR EYES, FULL HEART, CAN ’ T LO SE ”

“ RUN N I N G FOR T HE GOAL”

“GOING FOR GOAL”

“Cle ar E yes, Full He art, C an’ t Lose ” Da n ielle Nor ton, photog ra pher Do w Ta te , advis er S h a w n ee Mis sion Eas t Hig h S chool P ra irie V illage , KS In an intrasquad game, this photograph’s placement of the players so close-up in the frame shows details of their competition. The identical colors of the uniforms add interest which is broken by the red helmet detail of the lower player. The bent head and body of the player cause a visceral viewer reaction.

“FREE STYLE ” A l a n Wei , pho to g rap h e r Co r t ney Wei sma n, ad v i s e r Wa rd Mel v i l l e H i g h S c h ool Seta uket , NY

“RUNNING FOR THE GOAL” B r i t t n e y A u s t i n , p h otograp h e r Av a B u t z u , ad v i s e r G ran d B l an c Hi gh S c h ool G ran d B l an c , M I

“go i n g fo r goa l” S h an n on Tho its, pho to g ra phe r J oh n D e n t , a dvise r D os P u e bl os H ig h Scho o l G ol e ta, C A

The photographer’s angle enabled him to freeze the action of water arcing from the arm and fingers of this swimmer’s motion in the pool. The swimmer’s side position in the frame places him perfectly within the lane and showcases his forward movement.

Amidst a line of players, this photograph nicely isolates the ball carrier as he attempts to escape from opponents. The photographer’s fast shutter speed and good field position captured the player’s movement toward her camera. The red uniforms of the primary subjects make them easy focal points.

Ahead of her opponents down the field, this soccer player’s peak body position is captured perfectly as she kicks the ball out of reach of the approaching players. The photographer perfectly captured her action with a long lens from a diagonal position to the action.

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“S UNSET VAULTING ”

“ TOUCHD OWN TIME ”

“MUDDY MOUT HFUL”

“ FIEL D OF TEARS ”

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“S u nset Vaulting ” Dia na Albr ec ht , photo g ra pher Ca rrie Hansen, advis er Ta r tan High Sc hool O a kdale , MN

“ to u chdown t i m e ” Cha r l i e H unni cutt , p h otograp h e r Ma rg a r et S o r r o w s , ad v i s e r Br y a nt H i g h S cho ol Br y a nt , A R

“ FIEL D OF TEARS ” C h ar l i e Hu n n i c u t t , p h otograp h e r M argar e t S or r ow s , ad v i s e r B r y an t Hi gh S c h ool B r y an t , A R

“m u ddy mout hful” N atal i e Sto ke r, pho to g ra phe r Ry an H a nse n, a dvise r I d ah o F alls H ig h Scho o l I d ah o F alls, ID

Silhouetted against a dramatic sky capping a setting sun, the pole vaulter’s action is fully detailed and framed by the structure in this wide-angle shot. A nice touch is the ponytail caught flying up behind her and the diagonal placement of the leaning pole.

From an angle behind the end zone, this photographer captured peak action of two opponents. The wildly cheering fans in the background and the inclusion of the end zone markings are important contextual information that add to this photo’s power.

This photographer captured the story-telling moment by focusing on a trio of players sharing an emotional moment after a loss. The two kneeling players framing their teammate create a strong compositional focus with each player’s body language perfectly adding to the moment.

Seemingly swimming through mud, the athlete’s position creates a dramatic scene of stopped action. From a standing position, the photographer used the foreground water to place the subject in the middle of the mudpit framing his face.

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“ D RUMMER BOY ”

“ PEP ” Ha ley Bedell, photographer Ka th e H amman, advis er Ya les Center High Sc hool Ya les Center, KS The photographer used the roaring bonfire as a background for the silhouettes of the two people in the foreground with their arms raised in spirit. The motion of the two upraised arms frame the golden color of the fire with its support structure visible on the side.

“ h e ld u p ”

“D SC 0 47 3 ” Ro b er t Wa ter s, pho tograp h e r No r ma n Ful l er, a dvis e r Fra nk H . P eter so n A ca demi es o f Techn ol og y J a ckso nvi l l e , FL A high angle allowed this photographer to capture the girl’s head turning in reaction to the hands reaching toward her. The photographer’s close position to the subject provided shallow depth of field, emphasizing her spirited face, glasses and shirt with strong color repetition.

“ h e ld u p ” Grace Finley, photographer Margaret Sorrows, adviser Br yant High School Br yant , AR The photographer placed the brilliant blue flags perfectly in the frame as the flag bearers move down the field for halftime. The shallow depth of field provides strong foreground/background separation. The girl’s face and arms are perfectly illuminated by the stadium lights with shadows adding depth.

“ d r u m m e r boy ” Evgeny Podsezertsev, photographer Janet O’Neil, adviser Clear Cr eek High School League City, TX Framed by the shallow depth of field in the moving drumsticks of the foreground player, the focal point of this image is clearly on the primary drummer whose emotion adds strong interest to the photo. Shooting from an angle directly next to the line of drummers allowed the striking composition.

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“ tr ek through th e wo o ds ”

“ EYE S D OWN ”

“ yo u m ad b ro”

“ walk i n g o n th e e d ge o f t h e wo r ld ”

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“ Trek Through the Woods” C h a r lie Hunnic utt , ph o to g ra pher Ma rgar et Sorrows , advi ser Br yant High Sc hool, Br yant , AR

“E y e s D own ” Br et t P o l l i na , ph otograp h e r Co r t ney Wei sma n , ad v i s e r Wa rd Mel v i l l e H igh S c h ool Seta uket , NY

In camouflage hunting gear, this duo’s movement through the woods provides detail in their reflections in a swampy field. The right hunter’s position closer to the photographer and larger in the frame, makes him the focal point. Both hunters show concentration in their expressions.

Wide-angle lens distortion works strongly here to bring the viewer up close to this rider’s bike wheel. The photographer’s position in front of the bike froze the biker’s almost horizontal position on the stunt track, while allowing separation of the rider and his bike.

“ W alking on the Edge of the World” P au l N ord qu i s t , p h otograp h e r K i m R as k i n , ad v i s e r Ed i n a H i gh S c h ool Ed i n a, M N Silhouettes work best when they show detail in the silhouetted subject’s shadow against a brighter background as in this photo’s composition. The subject’s balanced position of arms, legs and head provide the detail. The low horizon line allowed the photographer to showcase the action against a beautiful, cloud-filled blue sky contrasting with a narrow band of red sunlight.

“ YOU MAD BRO” C h r i s t i n e Pha n, pho to g ra phe r S arah N icho ls, a dvise r W h i t n e y H ig h Scho o l Roc k l i n , CA A low angle from beneath this line of girls with a wide angle lens places them effectively in the frame. The girls share equal space across the frame hoisting their signs placed against the expanse of the blue sky in the background. The warm tones in the shirts and signs come forward against the cool light in the sky.

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“ p r ayer for streng t h ”

“O N E LA S T WI N ”

“ hig h cLIMB”

“ BUR N I N G MA N ”

“Pr ayer for Strength” C h a rlie Hunnicut t , photo g ra pher Ma rg a r et Sorrows , adviser Br ya n t High Sc hool Br ya n t , AR

“One L a s t W i n ” Br i dg et Bennet t , ph otograp h e r J ef f Ko cur, a dvi ser H o pki ns H i g h S cho ol Mi nneto nka , MN

“ B u r n i n g M an ” Car ol i n a J am i e , p h otograp h e r M i c h e l l e Hol l an d , ad v i s e r Los A l am os Hi gh S c h ool Los A l am os , N M

“ Hi gh C li mb” C h ar l i e Hu n nicutt , pho to g ra phe r M argar e t S orro w s, a dvise r B r y an t Hi gh Scho o l B r y an t , A R

The photographer gives these players isolation and privacy by shooting them from an angle behind and a bit away from their shared moment on the field. By keeping the horizon low in the frame, the black sky looming over the group adds to the emotion shared by the teammates.

Bending down to capture her subject’s position, this photographer effectively framed the subject’s happy march through a canopy of uplifted arms. The photographer’s tight crop places emphasis on the girl’s expression.

Available light from the bonfire nicely illuminates this trio’s repetitive arm actions and expressions and paints them in warm red tones. The sky’s clouds add interesting patterns above the scene.

Atop the climber’s platform shooting down at him, this photographer showcased the high vantage point of the climber. The angle also provides strong selective focus allowing the observers to be shown below without interfering with the main subject.

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2012 J O S TE N S canadian Ph oto co n t e s t An impressive 700 entries from high school and middle school photographers were received in the Jostens Canadian Photo Contest.

J U DGES A N N A BORYS , professional photographer and owner of Anna Borys Photography in Winnipeg, MB. IA N M cCAU S LA N D , professional photographer and editorial photographer and owner of Ian McCausland Photography in Winnipeg, MB. Captions by SHERRI TAYLOR, Syracuse University

20 1 2 G r an d Pr ize “quan” Ja son Lau, photographer José D’Aversa, Leo Sci r e , a dv i ser s R ichmond Hill High S cho o l R ichmond Hill, ON

Color dominates in this art classroom, drawing the reader from left to right, front to back. The girl’s concentration on her artwork helps establish her as the obvious focal point, with her dripping brush of paint nicely stopped by a fast shutter speed. The natural window light evenly illuminates the scene.

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1 ST P L ACE “ bu rst � Br e nda Wisniowski, pho to g ra pher Ca therine Rossi, advi ser Ca rdinal Car ter Ac ademy fo r t he A r t s Toronto, wON

This photographer was focused and ready to capture a quintessential classroom moment. Filling the frame with three subjects sharing a laughable moment, the photographer placed the subject with the most reaction in the center of the frame. Shallow depth of field removes distraction in the background.

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1 st PL ACE “g am e pl an ” Kar e n Ke u n g, p h otograp h e r D i an n e M or e , ad v i s e r M ar k h am D i s t r i c t H i gh S c h ool M ar k h am , O N

In a tight huddle on the field, these players talk strategy in this winning photo. The fading sunlight left a nice twilight sky in the high horizon. By shooting from behind the players, the photographer includes some of the players’ muddy uniforms, hinting at the playing conditions on the field.

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1 ST P L ACE “ NOTE ON SELF ” Joa nne Son, photogra pher Da ve Cheng, advis er St . Elizabet h Cat holic H i g h S cho o l Th o r nhill, ON

An unusual and creative illustration attracts strong viewer reaction through a combination of color and the situation with the person’s face and torso covered by overlapping notes. Leaving the subject’s hair peeking over the notes helps establish the portrait.

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“GROUP EFFORT ”

“ D ETERMI NATION”

“ROCK ‘N’ ROLL”

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“g ro u p effort ” Felix Yang, photographe r Ca th e rine Rossi, adviser Ca rd in al Car ter A ca d em y for the Ar ts Toron to, ON

“ROCK ‘N’ ROLL” J o hn G a v i n, pho to g rap h e r Ca t her i ne Ro ssi , a d v i s e r Ca rdi na l Ca r ter A ca demy fo r t he A r t s To r o nto, ON

With all faces focused on the screen of a video camera, the photographer filled the frame with the concentration and shared expressions on the subjects’ faces. The viewer is drawn strongly to both the boy holding the camera and the right foreground subject from the natural illumination from left side light.

Using strong side lighting from stage light, this photographer used rim light to highlight the guitarist’s interesting hair. Cropping helps this photo’s composition, allowing only the important icons of the event into the scene.

“ d e te r m i n at i o n ” S am an t h a J u n g, p h otograp h e r Te r i B ate s , ad v i s e r R i v e r s i d e Se c on d ar y P or t Coqu i t l am , B C Hoisted into the air by teammates, the main subject is caught in a grab for the ball by the photographer’s fast shutter speed from a low angle. The tight crop on this photo perfectly frames both the struggle for the ball and the unusual thrust of the player in the air.

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“AFTER T HE PAI N T ”

“CAKED ON”

“ FA S CI N ATIO N ”

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“CAKED ON” Ma riah Ces t ra, photo g ra pher Da ve Cheng, advis er St . Elizabet h Ca tholic High School Th o r nhill, ON This themed portrait effectively shows decoration on both the cupcakes and the subject’s face and shoulder, repeating the main pink and blue colors. The subject’s intense forward gaze into the camera nicely frames her outstretched hands balancing the cupcakes. Her open lips, completely covered in candy decorations, add a whimsical touch.

“AFTER T H E PAI N T ” G i sel l e T i ede , ph otograp h e r Ta ni ce Deg enst i e n , ad v i s e r Ca l g a r y G i r l s ’ S c h ool Ca l g a r y, A B

“ FA S CI N ATIO N ” M e l an i e E s au , p h otograp h e r K i r s te n P h i l l i p s , ad v i s e r O l d s Koi n on i a C h r i s t i an S c h ool Olds, AB

Micro focused with a close-up lens, tips of colorful brushes take on interesting shape through the side lighting adding textural information. The splayed head of the lighter brush at the bottom of the frame provides contrast with the straighter brushes.

Golden yellow color dominates this intriguing portrait. The subject’s strong side lighting places highlight on her eyes and tilted head, and the shadowed right side keeps viewers focused on the left. The combined flower image used with the portrait adds texture and interest throughout the frame.

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“ K N OWLE D GE I N TIME ”

“ T W ILIGHT JAVELIN”

“ E S CAPE ARTI S T ”

“ T W ILIGHT JAVELIN” Ello ra J ones , photographer Da ve Mc Cr ear y, adviser Bra n tford Collegiate Inst i t ute Bra n tford, ON

“K N OW LED GE I N TIME ” Br i t ta ni S chr o eder, p h otograp h e r Da ve M cCr ea r y, a dv i s e r Bra nt fo rd Co l l eg i a te I n s t i t u te Bra nt fo rd, ON

“ E S CAPE ARTI S T ” Kate l y n P e t h i c k , p h otograp h e r J od i n e W i e be , ad v i s e r Car p e n te r Hi gh S c h ool M e ad ow Lake , S K

Taking advantage of a dramatic twilight sky, this photographer shot from a low angle, letting the sky dominate a low horizon point in this silhouette. A fast shutter speed stopped the athlete’s action on the right rule of thirds point as she lets go of her throw through streaks of pink sky.

Shooting into a pair of folded eyeglasses from a close-up angle, this photographer uses lighting and shadows to focus on the dictionary and its focus on the word knowledge on the page. The shadow of the lens becomes a framing device, bringing the viewer to the important words on the page.

Shooting with a long lens and a fast shutter speed allowed this photographer to frame the ball carrier with a row of opponents. The contrast between the ball carrier’s dark uniform and the lighter tones of the opponents’ uniforms brings the viewer strongly to the subject in the middle of the frame.

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2 012 jost e ns AD OBE DESIG N CONTE ST

2 01 2 j o s t e ns A D OBE D E SIGN co n t e s t Judges carefully studied the hundreds of entries in the 2012 Yearbook Design Contest before recognizing 18 middle and high school students for their creativity. The contest, in its eighth year, is jointly sponsored by Jostens and Adobe. Each participant submitted a complete yearbook spread designed using Adobe InDesign software. The winning entries displayed an awareness of accepted design standards while effectively presenting visual and verbal content in a creative, reader-friendly way.

JUDGES L i sa B a k er yearbook adviser Horizon High School [AZ] Y vonne J ohns on yearbook adviser Westwood High School [AZ] C a s e y N ic h ols yearbook adviser Rocklin High School [CA]

20 12 G r an d Pr ize REBECCA TIEDMANN Glenbrook Sout h High S cho o l Glenview, IL Br e nda Field, adviser P rize : Laptop com puter wi t h A d obe Cr eative Suite so f t wa r e

An outstanding dominant photo, strategically placed to face into the gutter, serves as a centerpiece with smaller photos and text clustered around it. A transparent horizontal bar unifies the spread and holds the primary headline and a “By the Numbers� content module. A condensed, bold sans serif display font is repeated across the spread for visual unity. The rounded corners are a concept-related unifying technique used throughout the publication.

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1ST PLACE GRACE OXLEY Br yant High Sc hool Br yant , AR Ma rgar et Sorrows , advi ser P rize : Adobe Cr eat ive Sui te so f t wa r e

This highly impactful design delivers content to readers who prefer quick-read text blocks. Numbers provide a unifying conceptual and visual element for recapping the fall sports season. The green accent color is repeated across the design and works nicely with black-and-gray shades. The cut-out photos are anchored to a horizontal line that unifies the spread.

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2ND PL ACE DUNCAN SMART St . Mark ’s School of Te xas Dallas, TX Ray Westbrook, adviser Prize : Adobe InDesign software

In a yearbook featuring 384 process-color pages, powerful black-and-white photography allows the “Driven” studentprofile spreads to stand out from the yearbook’s other spreads. Sophisticated typographic touches, including the skilled used of different weights of the same typeface, set this design part. A rail adds vertical space between the dominant photo and the story presentation, further emphasizing the content by eliminating crowding. The bold, black horizontal rule lines add emphasis and power to the design.

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3 RD P L ACE KRISTEN ENYART S h a wnee Mis sion Nor t h H i g h S cho o l O ve r land P ark, KS Becky Tate , advis er P rize : Kindle F ir e

A magazine-style, full-spread bleed photo provides a dramatic backdrop. This design is effective because the photo area behind the lengthy traditional feature is simple and doesn’t distract from the text. On the right, transparent boxes are used to increase the readability of the captions and the sidebar text. Nine smaller photos are inset onto the background photo without the design looking cluttered.

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A N N A COLLEY Th om as L . S i m s M i d d l e S c h ool P ac e , F L Stac y G r i c e , ad v i s e r

Design experts caution against the use of vertical typographic arrangements; however, this rule of thumb is effectively dismissed on this design. Because the letters in the “DANCE” primary headline are all the same width, an awkward presentation is avoided. The cut-out photo interacts nicely with the vertical primary headline. A fill-in-the-blanks approach to the text promotes reader interactivity.

GABRIELLA COSSENS Ward Melville High School Setauket , NY Cor tney Weisman, adviser

Interesting and tight photo cropping and the creative use of selective process color reinforce the yearbook’s “Awkward” concept on this table of contents design. The playful typographic display is appropriate for the headline and is repeated for the numbers in the contents listing. The vertical alignment provides effective contrast to the horizontal orientation of the photo.

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h o nor able m e nt i o n | 201 2 jostens ADOBE DESIG N CONTEST RACH EL DAVI D SO N Cuy a ho g a Fa l l s Chr i st i a n A ca demy Cuy a ho g a Fa l l s, OH Ma r i a n Sto fsi ck, a dv i ser

In design, less is more. Instead of using painted edges for all of the photos, the technique is reserved for just the powerful dominant photo. The tightly cropped dominant photo is carefully placed on the left page to direct the eye into the center. The three square photos overlap the dominant photo creating contrast. The playful typographic treatment and small tilted photos are appropriate for this casual presentation.

N ATALIE D IMARIA S a i nt El i za b et h Ca t ho l i c H i g h S cho o l T ho r nhi l l , ON Da ve Cheng , a dvi ser

Following a magazine approach, a full-spread, bleed photo illustration is the critical component of this design. A clean photo background and foreground provide areas for the headline and the story to be displayed without sacrificing readability. The simplicity is powerful. Clutter is avoided by not using additional photos to detract from the single background image.

LEAH GAMBLE Kirkwood High School Kirkwood, MO Mitch Eden, adviser

The skilled use of tight spacing within the modules and expanded spacing to vertically and horizontally separate the modules gives this content-packed spread an open and appealing look. The dominant photo commands attention and provides a centerpiece for 14 smaller photos. The “Take Note� presentation runs along the bottom of the spread and expands coverage in addition to holding the page folios.

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GUA DALUPE GO N Z ALE S B u rge s H i gh S c h ool E l P as o, TX P at r i c i a M on r oe , ad v i s e r

The layering of colors and photographs gives this sports design depth. Care was taken to avoid having the background colors overpower the photos. Allowing areas of the white paper to be visible establishes contrast with the color areas. Dominance is achieved by displaying a powerful photo in the center of the design with its action directing the eye into a contemporary headline design. The color areas in the background unify the single pages into a cohesive spread.

ALYS SA J O HN S O N Ste r l i n g Hi gh S c h ool Ste r l i n g, KS Trav i s F e i l , ad v i s e r

A full-spread bleed background photo allows the dividers to stand out from the section designs. The skillfully displayed text on the right overprints a dead area of the photo for easier reading. Different typographic techniques and the use of gold accent color provide reader-entry points and make the text visually appealing to readers.

AU S TI N LI N T HICUM Cor on ad o M i d d l e S c h ool Cor on ad o, C A A m y Ste w ard , ad v i s e r

Creative visual thinking results in a dynamic “Year by the Numbers� presentation. The pages are not only pleasing to look at, the quick reads accompanying the numbers deliver specific and fun information. Visual unity is achieved by using the same font and blocks to give the numbers a consistent look. The color palette gives the spread a sophisticated look.

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h o nor able m e nt i o n | 201 2 jostens ADOBE DESIG N CONTEST LEXIE LYONS Tesoro High School Las Flores, CA Shannon Sybirski, adviser

Today’s best designs allow the content, not graphic elements, to command attention. This divider places emphasis on the content as the breathtaking photograph becomes the focal point. Graphic touches, including a headline with transparent letters layered on the photograph, are unobtrusive. The blue module doesn’t overpower the image and introduces the section’s unifying color.

NIKKI O’FARRELL Whitney High School Rocklin, CA Sarah Nichols, adviser

This design demonstrates that a content-heavy presentation doesn’t have to be busy or cluttered. Carefully and creatively designed individual modules, each with its own headline, are packed with reader interest. The use of expanded spacing, both vertically and horizontally between the modules, gives the content breathing room, which adds order. On the top left, the “June, July, August” primary headline presentation unifies all of the modules under a chronological umbrella.

AMANDA PETERSON Whitney High School Rockin, CA Sarah Nichols, adviser

A large and powerful dominant photo grabs the reader. The designer skillfully introduces several graphic techniques, including black-and-white cut-out photos, fonts and heavy line treatments that repeat within the section for visual unity.

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MELANIE TA McLean High School McLean, VA Meghan Percival, adviser

Effective designers carefully think about the reasons for every visual decision. In this case, the use of several typefaces and line techniques for the theme copy reinforces the yearbook’s “Everything In Between” concept. The presentation allows the reader to read the text from beginning to end or to read the dynamic power words between the lines. Contrast is achieved when visual meets verbal and horizontal meets vertical.

SARAH WHELAN Whitfield School St. Louis, MO Sara Ringe, Cara Foster, advisers

Green and red accent colors are inspired by the photographs and then used sparingly for emphasis and unity on this volleyball spread. While clip art often gives an amateur look, the volleyball art works effectively as a graphic accent in the headline presentation.

CEDRIC WHITNEY McLean High School McLean, VA Meghan Per cival, adviser

A powerful dominant photo becomes the centerpiece of this field hockey spread. Six additional supporting photos are displayed around the dominant photo and because tight spacing is used, the collection is unified. Expanded spacing is used to separate the other modules from the centerpiece photo collection. The green accent color, pulled from the photos, is used sparingly to emphasize key typographic words. Different line and font techniques visually tie the section into the yearbook’s overall concept.

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2 01 2 j o s t e ns YEARTEC H O N LIN E co n t e s t Judges carefully studied the thousands of entries in the 2012 YearTech速 Online Yearbook Design Contest before recognizing 14 middle school and high school students for their creativity. With an increasing number of staffs creating yearbook pages using Jostens YearTech Online, a contest was launched to recognize outstanding spreads created online. In its fourth year, 1,230 entries were submitted. The winning entries displayed an awareness of accepted design standards while effectively presenting visual and verbal content in a creative, reader-friendly way.

J U DGES J ohn Da l k e Jackcando | Design Bozeman, MT L i z K eelin g Champlin Park High School Champlin, MN S h a nnon S y b ir s k i Tesoro High School Las Flores, CA

20 12 G r an d Pr ize BLAISE BOLEMON Mad iso n Co unt y H igh Sc hool Danielsville , G A Chri stine H aggard, advis e r

A very sophisticated design, this spread presents a modern take on a vintage look. The angled lines enhance the visual flow. The refined typographic choices combined with the color palette and background photo make this spread appealing to its teen audience.

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1 ST P L ACE LY NDIE ANDERSON Gr een Valley High Sc ho o l He n derson, NV Ju lie Goldstein, advis er

This content-packed spread is a textbook example of outstanding modular design. The spread has a dominant module that serves as a visual centerpiece. Tight spacing is effectively used to unify content within the modules and expanded spacing is used to skillfully separate the modules. A combination of vertical and horizontal modules creates contrast. For unity, two typographic families are used for every module.

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2ND PL ACE ally c ar ly le ‘ I ol an i Hi gh S c h ool H on ol u l u , H I M i c h e l l e Kn oe tge n , ad v i s e r

An interesting headline results from creative visual thinking and crafting an “R” from the number “12.” Color and typographic decisions promote readability with the solid black background. The high-quality photo illustration is clean and powerful and directs the eye into the center and the story/headline unit.

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3 RD P L ACE a m y bellinger Lake Dallas High School Corinth, TX Caterina Craig, adviser

This energetic spread is packed with photographic coverage, but doesn’t look crowded. Following modular design, photo collections are effectively packaged using tight spacing. Cut-out-background photos add contrast and prevent the spread from looking blocky. An expertly designed headline nicely incorporates fonts, colors and a cut-out-background photograph

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N ICOLE A DAMS M ad i s on Cou n t y Hi gh S c h ool D an i e l s v i l l e , GA C h r i s t i n e Haggard , ad v i s e r

A photo package, featuring the spread’s dominant photo, becomes the centerpiece of this creative sports spread. Angled edges on some of the photos and graphic bars create a retro look. Shades of gray and maroon work effectively together to enhance, rather than overpower the photography.

C HA S E CAIR N S W y l i e Eas t H i gh S c h ool W y l i e , TX Cas i Th e d ford , ad v i s e r

This strong modular design is packed with content without overwhelming the reader. Unifying graphics include blue accent color, square blocks/photos and tightly cropped face photos in black and white. A dominant photo, touching the headline, provides a focal point.

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The skilled use of space, with generous framing margins, gives these theme pages an open look that sets them apart from the yearbook’s section designs. The use of a bold font and color makes the names pop out from the quotes in the text block. The tilted section names, displayed in white bars with drop shadows, are powerful without obstructing the content of the photos.

KATE FER N AU H udso n H i g h S cho o l H udso n, I A J o l et te Yo der, a dvi ser

A window-pane grid makes an interesting photo presentation. Even with this creative approach, a dominant image is displayed. The use of lowercase letters for the headlines gives the design a casual look while blue and gray are used to accent the content. Circles are used sparingly to provide contrast to the squares.

ELAI N A FOX G r eenb r i er H i g h S cho o l G r eenb r i er, A R A ng el a Br o wn, a dv i ser

A fun graphic treatment emphasizes the section name and unifies the design while introducing the orange tint used for the “People” section palette. Key words relating to the theme as well as student names are emphasized with color in the text. An interesting photo presentation, with a strong dominant image, crossing the gutter for unity, commands reader attention.

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MAGI HOWELL U r ban d al e Hi gh S c h ool U r ban d al e , I A M ar i ah S p e n c e r, ad v i s e r

The combination of process color and black-and-white images gives this spread a sophisticated look. Repeating the teal from the dominant photo in the headline and drop cap provides just the perfect accent. The tall, vertical photo bar on the right nicely contrasts the extremely horizontal dominant photo on the left.

CARLEY RAD OV P al os Ve rd e s Hi gh S c h ool P al os Ve rd e s E s tate s , C A Su s an P av e l ka, ad v i s e r

Outstanding photography is the critical ingredient of any powerful design. An outstanding dominant photo, taken from a unique angle to provide a clean background, makes a perfect visual centerpiece. Typographic selections are stylish and readable. In some cases black backgrounds overpower the photos, but since black is a school color repeated in all the photos, it unifies this design.

N IKI VAN CE Lake D al l as H i gh S c h ool Cor i n t h , TX Cate r i n a C rai g, ad v i s e r

A cut-out-background photo of a student holding an oversized pencil makes the perfect verbal-visual connection for a dynamic headline presentation. This spread is an outstanding example of contemporary modular yearbook design. In all, 25 students and their direct quotes tell the story of testing from a personal angle.

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N ICOLE WAGN ER Bi x b y H i g h S cho o l Bi x b y, OK Dee H a r r i s, a dvi ser

A strong dominant photo provides a powerful focal point to this design. The small vertical photo treatments add energy by providing contrast to the extremely horizontal dominant photo. The red and blue accent colors repeat the school colors appearing in the photographs. The fun folio treatment coordinates with the yearbook’s theme graphics.

PAIGE Z ELL N ER Edmo nd No r t h H i g h S cho o l Edmo nd, OK J enni fer Rul e , a dv i ser

The use of accent color and brackets guides the reader across the design and nicely follows the three-peat graphic strategy. The small photos effectively contrast the larger dominant photo. Care was taken to tightly crop the small photos so that the reader could clearly see the faces.

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IN D E X

Aa Jostens recognizes the students, advisers, administrators and representatives responsible for the exceptional yearbooks showcased in the Gotcha Covered Look Book. This index lists every school featured in addition to the contest winners, advisers and Jostens representatives mentioned in the captions.

10th Street School [WA].............................. 255 A.J. Dimond High School [AK]...................... 239 Abbe, Matthew............................................206 Abijay, Rachel................................................241 Academic Magnet High School [SC]............ 255 Acebo, Lyn.....................................................165 Achiron, Laura...............................................190 Acorn High School [AR]................................ 252 Adam, Bridget.............................................. 253 Adams, Nicole............................................... 339 Adwers, Shari................................................187 AFNORTH International School [NL]........... 255 Agee, Kari....................................................... 99 Akers, Martha.................................44, 257, 259 Alaniz, Marylee..............................................199 Albrecht, Diana..............................................312 Albrecht, Launa..............................................60 Allen, Judy................ 36, 136, 145, 223, 224, 244 Allen, Michelle........................................ 165, 191 Allison, Cindy.................................................163 Allred, Hailey Jo............................................. 278 Alonzo, Heidi................................................. 224 Alpharetta High School [GA]........................ 172 Alta High School [UT]...................................124 Altoona High School [WI]............................ 255 Alvey, Chelsee............................................... 255 American Fork High School [UT].................200 Amerson, Joni............................................... 243 Andersen, Heather....................................... 255 Anderson, Jyndie.......................................... 336 Anderson, Laura........................................... 249 Anderson, Tara............................................. 220 Andrews High School [NC]....................287, 307 Andrews, Cindy............................................. 188 Andrews, Erin............................................... 148 Anthony, Amber............................................215 Apex High School [NC]...................................171 Apicella, Robin Ann...................................... 245 Aptos High School [CA].......................... 88, 182 Archbishop Carney Regional Secondary School [BC]...............................154 Archbishop Mitty High School [CA]............... 93 Archie, Tonya................................................ 255 Arcia, Edgar.................................................. 255 Arens, Annamarie........................................ 238 Armstrong High School [MN].......................155 Arneson, Colleen....................................104, 198 Arnold High School [FL]............................... 223 Arnold, Jackie................................................ 254 Arnot, Jason................................................... 179 Aronovici, Stacy.............................................182 Arundel High School [MD]........................... 220 Arvantides, Cathy.........................................240 Asheville School [NC]................................... 254 Ashley Hall [SC]............................................ 188 Ashton, James.............................................. 252 Ask, Stefanie................................................ 252 Astoria High School [IL]............................... 253

Astronaut High School [FL]..........................158

Belmond Klemme Junior High School [IA].... 253

Atascadero High School [CA]....................... 252

Belmont High School [NH]........................... 254

Atchley, Ruth................................................ 254

Belvidere North High School [IL]................. 242

Athens High School [MI].............................. 236

Bement High School [IL].............................. 253

Atlantic City High School [NJ].......................134

Benavides, Mica.................................... 184, 229

Atlantic High School [IA]............................. 104

Bendle High School [MI]............................... 148

Atwater II, Henry.......................................... 226

Benilde-St.Margaret’s School [MN]............ 232

Augusta High School [KS]............................227

Bennett, Brian................................................151

Austin, Brittney..............................................311

Bennett, Bridget.....................................261, 315

Austin, Dan................................................... 257

Bennett, Micah............................................. 222

Averyt, Courtney.......................................... 225

Benton Community High School [IA]...........159

Aydelott, Cathy............................................ 252

Bentonville High School [AR]...................... 246 Berkshire High School [OH].......................... 254

Bb

Berlin High School [WI]................................ 255 Berry, Cindy....................................................130

Bacon, Kelly.................................................. 144

Berry, Ryan....................................................309

Bahr, Amber.................................................. 255

Berryhill, Allison........................................... 104

Baird, Brett............................................234, 241

Berschback, Bob.....................149, 187, 233, 234

Baker High School [FL].................................208

Berschback, Mike ...................149, 187, 233, 234

Baker, Bart................. 20, 101, 181, 201, 205, 213

Bertenshaw, Mary........................................ 253

Baker, Lisa......................................214, 262, 324

Besser, Eli.......................................................310

Baker, Tammy............................................... 255

Bethel Baptist Church School [CA].............. 252

Bakken, Cheryl.............................................. 252

Bethesda Christian Academy [NC].............. 307

Ballek, Diana................................................. 244

Bigbee, Allison.............................................. 255

Baltes, Matt.................................................... 92

Bilinski, Robin............................................... 234

Banducci, Karen............................................ 254

Billetdoux, Sharon.........................................186

Banfield, Angela........................................... 232

Bingham High School [UT].......................... 242

Bankers, Kristen........................................... 180

Bingham, Doug............................................. 249

Banks High School [OR]............................... 254

Biotechnology High School [NJ]................... 254

Banks Junior High School [OR]..................... 254

Bird, Toody......................................................80

Baranowski, Jason...................................119, 121

Bishop England High School [SC]................230

Barbara Bush Middle School [TX]................ 255

Bishop Gorman High School [NV]................ 223

Bardon, Erica................................................. 255

Bishop Kelley High School [OK]................... 254

Bardwell, Cam........................................159, 244

Bishop Ryan Catholic

Barker , Amy................................................. 249

Secondary School [ON]................................90

Barker, Julie....................................................227

Bison High School [SD]................................ 255

Barnes, Christine............................................ 111

Bixby High School [OK]........................ 235, 342

Barnes, Liz..................................................... 110

Black River Falls High School [WI]............. 1, 191

Barneveld High School [WI]......................... 255

Blackman, Bonnie...........113, 190, 223, 240, 245

Barrett, Jan................................................... 228

Blalack Middle School [TX]...........................129

Barrett, Suzanne.......................................... 244

Blythe, Emily................................................258

Barrows, Brooke.................................... 137, 254

Bogomol, Greg...............................................135

Barrs, Whitney.............................................. 223

Bolemon, Blaise............................................ 334

Basehor-Linwood High School [KS]............ 253

Bolton, Christine............................................212

Bates, Teri......................................................321

Bonduel High School [WI]............................ 255

Battle Ground High School [WA]..................189

Bondurant, Monica..........................................91

Baxter, Cindy.................................................. 119

Boocks, Joe................96, 109, 144, 166, 189, 228

Beaufort Academy [SC]............................... 245

Boone , Dusti................................................ 225

Beaufort High School [SC]........................... 100

Borin, Rebecca..............................................288

Beck, Heidi.................................................... 253

Borkowski, Julie .............................................113

Beckham, Kay............................................... 254

Bortz, Larissa................................................ 255

Bedell, Haley..................................................313

Borys, Anny....................................................316

Bell, Andrew................... 100, 104, 110, 171, 188,

Bostrom, Carissa..........................................304

198, 200, 230, 245

Bostrom, Cheryl............................................304

Bell, Stuart.................................................... 248

Boucher, Ron..................................................227

Bellaire High School [OH]............................. 254

Boudreau, Alicia............................................241

Belland, Dave......................................... 191, 228

Boulder City High School [NV]..................... 254

Bellevue Christian Senior

Bowditch Middle School [CA]...................... 252

High School [WA]...................................... 255

Bowen, Ericka............................................... 259

Bellinger, Amy..............................................338

Bowie High School [TX]........................ 155, 219

Belmond Klemme High School [IA]............. 253

Bowman, Karen............................................ 233

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Bowser, Kim.................................................. 254

Bush Middle School [WA]............................ 255

Centreville School [DE]................................. 252

Colley, Anna.................................................. 329

Boyd, Donny............................................108, 151

Bussell, Paul.................................. 115, 226, 239

Cerminera, Wendi......................................... 244

Colleyville Heritage High School [TX].......... 140

Boyd, Kayla....................................................231

Butler, Betsy................................................. 255

Cestra, Mariah.............................................. 322

Collins, Jr., Loren............................................ 114

Boyd, Sandy...................................................122

Butzu, Ava....................................... 32, 303, 311

Cha, David..................................................... 279

Collins, Judy..................................................... 111

Chadwick, Beth............................................. 253

Columbia Christian High School [OR].......... 254

Chambers, Linda............................................142

Community High School [TX]....................... 167

Champlin Park High School [MN]........ 232, 334

Community School of Naples [FL]................237

Boys Ranch Schools [TX]............................. 255 Brandell, Christine........................................ 233 Brandt, Emily................................................ 252

Cc

Brannigan, John.................................... 146, 240

Cabot High School [AR]....................... 252, 253

Chanhassen High School [MN].................... 222

Conant, John................................................. 254

Brantford Collegiate Institute [ON]............. 323

Cactus Shadows High School [AZ]...............134

Chaparral High School [AZ]........................... 175

Consolati, Amy............................................. 253

Bremner, Stephanie..................................... 252

Cairnie, Heather....................................... 90, 116

Chase County Jr./Sr. High School [KS]..........149

Cook Schlepphorst, Andrea......................... 140

Brenner, Elena.............................................. 184

Cairnie, Meagan....................................... 90, 116

Chase High School [KS]................................ 253

Coolidge, Judi................................................ 257

Brenner, Lynsie.............................................. 181

Cairns, Chase................................................ 339

Chase, Ched.................................. 208, 224, 237

Coombs, Juliann.............................................221

Brentwood School [GA]................................ 252

Caldwell Academy [NC]................................ 254

Chastain, Thane ......... 52, 107, 120, 121, 149, 227

Cooper, Andrea............................................. 222

Brewster Academy [NH].............................. 222

Caldwell, Carl................................................ 207

Chattahoochee High School [GA]................. 181

Cooper, Beth..................................................194

Brinson, Cynthia........................................... 252

Caldwell, Lenore........................................... 207

Cheng, Dave............................ 91, 320, 322, 330

Cooper, Camille............................................. 252

Brodbeck, Jodi............................................... 253

Calgary Girls’ School [AB]............................. 322

Cherokee High School [NJ]............................186

Cooper, Toni.................................................. 242

Brondyke, Lisa...............................................210

Calmeyer, Daniel........................................... 252

Cherry Hill High School East [NJ]................. 140

Coppell High School [TX]......................186, 276

Broughton High School [NC].........................152

Calvary Baptist Academy [LA]..................... 253

Chesterton High School [IN].........................185

Copper, Rilla.................................................. 254

Brown, Angela..............................................340

Calvary Christian Academy [FL]................... 252

Chestnut, Debra........................................... 252

Coral Gables Senior High School [FL]...........107

Brown, Ben................................................... 239

Calvary Christian Academy [PA].................. 254

Cheyenne East High School [WY].................146

Corey-Whitehead, Justin.............................. 252

Brown, Charlie.............................................. 255

Camerado Springs Middle School [CA]........ 252

Cheylin High School [KS].............................. 253

Cornelius, Emily............................................. 167

Brown, Deanne............................................. 270

Campbell, Casey.............................................151

Chicagoland Jewish High School [IL]........... 253

Cornelius, Pat & Associates....... 97, 98, 119, 127,

Brown, Jaime...................................................94

Cane Creek Middle School [NC]................... 254

Childs, Mark...................................................183

137, 172, 181, 192, 206, 208, 210, 223, 246

Brown, Lori..................................................... 161

Capital Christian Middle School [CA]........... 252

Chisago Lakes Baptist School [MN]............ 253

Cornersville High School [TN]......................255

Brown, Natalie............................................... 176

Cardenas, Melanie........................................ 265

Chisholm High School [MN]......................... 253

Coro, Michelle................................................. 93

Bruffey, Melody............................................ 253

Cardigan Mountain School [NH].................. 254

Chopin, Mac.................................................. 255

Coronado High School [CO].......................... 232

Brumbaugh, Mary Jo.................................... 253

Cardinal Carter

Chrasta, Debbie............................................. 141

Coronado High School [NV]......................... 224

Brunette, Kim................................................ 118

Academy for the Arts [ON]................ 318, 321

Christ School [NC]........................................ 254

Coronado Middle School [CA].... 12, 14, 258, 331

Brush High School [CO]................................ 252

Carlisle, Lyn.................................................... 161

Christ the Teacher Catholic School [DE]...... 252

Cossens, Gabriella........................................ 329

Bryant Freshman Academy [AR].................306

Carlyle, Ally....................................................337

Christian Life School [IL].............................. 246

Costa, Kristy................................................. 224

Bryant High School [AR]........... 8, 10, 258, 283,

Carman-Ainsworth High School [MI]...........168

Christian, Betty..............................................211

Cotter-Wilson, Virginia..................170, 174, 209

297, 303, 304, 305, 309,

Carpenter High School [SK]......................... 323

Christner, Karen............................................ 253

County Line High School [AR]..................... 252

310, 312, 313, 314, 315, 326

Carrboro High School [NC]........................... 254

Cierniak, Inger............................................... 252

Cousins, Dawn.............................................. 253

Bryant, Christina...........................................124

Carrington Elementary School [ND]............ 254

Cilluffo, John......................................... 233, 253

Cowan, Tammy Rae...................................... 253

Buchanan High School [PA].......................... 127

Carroll High School [IN].................................183

Cisne Community High School [IL].............. 253

Cowart, Katie.......................303, 304, 305, 309

Buchholtz, Amy.............................................155

Carter, John................................................... 257

Citrus Springs Middle School [FL]............... 252

Cowden Herrick High School [IL]................. 253

Budak, Michael............................................... 97

Cartwright, Karen......................................... 255

CIVA Charter High School [CO]..................... 252

Cox Mill High School [NC]...............................151

Buena Vista Seventh-day

Cary High School [NC].................................. 229

Civitareale, Sheri............................................90

Cox, Dustin.................................................... 233

Adventist School [WA].............................. 255

Casady School [OK]......................................205

Clark, Matthew..............................................221

Craghead, Kathy........................................... 257

Bugbee, Krystal............................................303

Casares, Amanda.........................................258

Clark, Stephanie......................137, 173, 232, 237

Craig High School [WI]..................................185

Bullard High School [CA]...............................221

Castelow, Katie..............................................166

Clarksville High School [TN]......................... 225

Craig, Caterina............................... 139, 338, 341

Bullington, Amber........................................ 253

Castle View High School [CO].......................102

Claus, Joseph.................................................. 176

Crains Creek Middle School [NC]................. 254

Bullock, Shannon.......................................... 297

Castleton, Jason..................................... 124, 242

Clayton High School [MO].................... 126, 260

Cranbrook Kingswood School [MI].............. 234

Bumgarner, John............................100, 104, 110,

Caston, Phillip................................................193

Clear Creek High School [TX]........................313

Cray, Kelly....................................................... 157

171, 188, 198, 200, 230, 245

Castro, Brooke.............................................. 225

Clearwater Middle School [KS].................... 253

Creed, Lori......................................................135

Bunch, Mary.................................... 136, 197, 242

Catholic Central High School [MI]................ 253

Clement, Dan................................................ 235

Creekland Middle School [GA]..................... 238

Bunka, Alexis.................................................168

Catholic High School [AR]........................... 252

Clements, Josh...................................... 272, 308

Creekview High School [GA]..........................94

Bunka, Pam............................................ 24, 258

Catoire, Yvette............................................... 177

Clemson University [SC].............................. 220

Crenshaw, Stephaney.................................. 252

Burges High School [TX]...............................331

Caulkins, Lori................................................ 253

Clifford, Debora............................................230

Crews, Brian...................................................221

Burke, Shaun.................................................106

Caulton, Bill....................................................185

Clymer Central High School [NY]..................... 6

Crossroads Christian School [NC]................ 254

Burkhard, Paul.............................................. 252

Cazenovia High School [NY]......................... 239

Cochran, Don................................................. 252

Crotts, Joanne............................................... 254

Burkhead, Carrie........................................... 252

Cedar Valley Middle School [TX]........... 120, 261

Cochran, Nick.................................................194

Crouse, Victoria.............................................. 96

Burlington County

Centennial High School [TX]........................ 236

Coffee, Sandra...............................................129

Crow High School [OR]................................. 266

Institute of Technology [NJ]...................... 244

Center Grove High School [IN]......................158

Colburn, Lisa................................................. 255

Culver City High School [CA].......................... 99

Burn, Jodi....................................................... 252

Centerville High School [OH]........................ 108

Cole, Abby..................................................... 222

Cunningham Peterson, Susan..................... 239

Burnham, Lynne............................................ 174

Central Arkansas Christian

Cole, Debra....................................................309

Curtis, Nanette............................................. 254

Burns, Jami.................................................... 254

Schools [AR].............................................. 252

Cole, Sarah.....................................................201

Custer, Christine........................................... 254

Burns, Joy...................................................... 253

Central Catholic High School [IL]................. 253

Coleman, Becky............................................ 254

Cuthbertson High School [NC]............. 254, 255

Burns, Mary.................................................. 253

Central Catholic High School [OR]............... 254

Coleman, Patt.................................................98

Cuttle, Cate....................................................125

Burt, Brooke.................................................. 252

Central Christian School [OR]...................... 254

Coleman, Taylor Marie..................................290

Cuyahoga Falls

Bush Middle School [TX].............................. 255

Central High School [TX]............................... 176

Colette-Rice, Florence.................................. 253

Christian Academy [OH]............................330

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Dd D’Aversa, José.........................................152, 316 Dahl, Janet.................................................... 255 Dalke, John............................................ 334, 352 Dalton L. McMichael High School [NC]......... 161 Dalton Middle School [GA]............................ 114 Daly, Kathy.................................................... 257 D’Amour, Cassidy..........................................340 Dana Hills High School [CA]..........................241 Dana Middle School–Hawthorne [CA]......... 252 Danevicz, Stacey........................................... 253 Darlington School [GA]................................ 226 Dartmouth College [NH]...............................221 Davenport North High School [IA].................211 David H. Ponitz Career Technology Center [OH].............................284 Davidson Day School [NC].............................241 Davidson, Rachel..........................................330 Davis, Ann......................................................165 Davis, Dorsett................................................241 Davis, Jennifer............................................... 254 Dayton Christian High School [OH]............. 254 De Bruyn, Kathleen....................................... 255 Decatur High School [TX]..............................130 Deephaven Elementary School [MN].......... 253 Degenstien, Tanice....................................... 322 Del Sur Junior High School [CA]................... 252 Delcastle Technical High School [DE].......... 184 Deleonibus, Kimi.......................................... 252 Dellana, Deanna............................................155 Delle Donne, Dana .......................................240 DeLosh, Ken........................... 215, 222, 226, 232 Delphi Academy [CA]................................... 252 Delphos St. John’s High School [OH]........... 254 DeMarcello, Melissa .....................................186 DeMarco, Cathy.............................................145 Demeter, Jamie..............................................153 Denkin, Sommer........................................... 267 Dent, John................................................. 16, 311 Denton High School [TX]..............................135 Deretchin Elementary School [TX].............. 255 Deschamps, Tara...........................................218 Desert Vista High School [AZ]....................... 93 Despotopulos, Charles................................. 234 Devantier, Erin...............................................106 DeVries, Jami.................................................308 Diaz, Dean............................. 221, 230, 246, 248 Diego Catholic High School [UT]..................305 Dilday, Mary.................................................. 255 Dimaria, Natalie............................................330 Dirigo High School [ME]............................... 253 Donahoe, Katie............................................. 252 Doolan, Laura................................................240 Dority, Dianna............................................... 253 Dorman High School [SC]...............................112 Dos Pueblos High School [CA]............16, 18, 311 Dotterer, Cheryl.............................................133 Dowd, Nikki....................................................120 Downes, Mary Kay........................................ 257

Doyal, Adrianna.............................................. 20

Edmonson, Margaret..................................... 92

Fellowship Baptist Academy [NC]............... 254

Doyle, Michael.............................................. 242

Edna Maguire Elementary School [CA]....... 252

Fellowship Baptist School [MI].................... 253

Dr. Bernard A. Harris

Edwards Middle School [CA]........................ 252

Fenton High School [MI].................. 24, 26, 258

Middle School [TX].................................... 229

Edwards, Jane................................................. 95

Ferguson, Denise...........................................124

Drake, Linda........................................... 149, 257

Effinger, Sam................................................205

Fernau, Kate.................................................340

Draper, Allison.............................................. 276

Eisenhower High School [PA]...................... 254

Field, Brenda...................................28, 258, 324

Drury, Riley.................................................... 299

El Molino High School [CA].......................... 252

Fields, Scott.................................................. 252

Dube, Jo......................................................... 252

Elezra, Sean..........................................293, 304

Fien, Pennie.................................................... 99

Duchesne High School [UT]......................... 278

Elk County Catholic High School [PA].......... 249

Filaseta, Laura.............................................. 254

Dufrane, Steve.............................................. 100

Elk Grove High School [IL]............................ 232

Finch, Kathy.................................................. 244

Duke University [NC].....................................221

Ellinwood, Suzanne...................................... 254

Finch, Michael................................................103

Duluth East High School [MN]..................... 253

Elliott, Hayley............................................... 188

Finch, Peggy ................................................230

Dumont, Jim...........................................180, 196

Elliott, Kristin.......................................244, 254

Finley, Grace...........................................283, 313

Dunaway, Michele........................................258

Ellis, Katie..................................................... 226

Firebaugh High School [CA]......................... 246

Duncan, Patti................................................ 220

Ellis, Merrill......................................92, 190, 247

Fitzgerald, Norma.........................................199

Dunn, Amy............................................. 235, 241

Elmore, Joe..................................... 161, 228, 243

Fleming, Kathleen........................................264

Durant, Robin............................................... 254

Elmwood High School [IL]............................ 253

Fletcher Academy [NC]........................ 254, 265

Durda, Bryan............................................ 84, 131

Elsawaf, Yasmeen........................................ 307

Florey, Yasemin.............................................163

Durham Academy [NC]................................ 238

Elsbernd, Kristin............................................185

Flynn, Jason.................................................. 255

Durham, Natasha...................8, 68, 94, 117, 242

Emmett, Megan........................................... 245

Foothills Academy [AZ]............................... 252

Dutch Fork High School [SC].........................183

Emrick, Jennifer.............................................247

Forest Park High School [IN].........................159

Duvel, Kelly..............................126, 153, 167, 226

Encila, Virginia.............................................. 252

Fort Dorchester High School [SC]................. 110

Dworakowski, Tina....................................... 266

Ender, Paul.................................................... 257

Fort Morgan High School [CO].....................230

Engler, Kelly................................................... 173

Fort Zumwalt South High School [MO].......153

Enterprise High School [AL].........................231

Fort Zumwalt West High School [MO]......... 167

Entiat High School [WA].............................. 255

Fortner, Alexis.............................................. 100

Eadi, Paul......................................................240

Enyart, Kristen............................................. 328

Foster, Cara............................................196, 333

Eagle Heights Christian Academy [TX]....... 255

Epidendio, Katie............................................. 93

Fourth Baptist Christian School [MN]......... 253

Eaglecrest High School [CO].........................123

Epiphany School [NC]................................... 254

Fowler Middle School [TX]............................247

Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy [GA]..... 118

Episcopal High School [TX].......................... 255

Fowler, Bruce.................................197, 298, 300

Earl Haig Secondary School [ON]..................123

Ereckson Middle School [TX]........................ 110

Fowler, Celeste.............................................298

East Bakersfield High School [CA]................124

Erie High School [CO]............................ 231, 252

Fowler, Crystal.............................................. 255

East Buchanan High School [MO]................ 254

Esau, Melanie............................................... 322

Fox, Elaina....................................................340

East Davidson Senior High School [NC]...... 254

Esposito, Jr., Lou........................... 169, 230, 244

Fox, Jeannie.................................................. 104

East Duplin High School [NC].......................126

Estancia Middle School [NM]...................... 254

Fox, Russell........................................... 231, 252

East Grand Rapids High School [MI]... 226, 253

Estrella Foothills High School [AZ]..............154

Frame, Peg................................................... 254

East Grand Rapids Middle School [MI]........ 253

Etowah High School [GA].............................. 119

Framel, David................................................ 255

East Lincoln High School [NC]......................105

Everson, Debra............................................. 255

Francis Howell High School [MO]................258

East Linn Christian Academy [OR].............. 254

Ewing Middle School [SC]............................ 255

Francis Wardlaw Academy [SC].................. 255

East Troy High School [WI].......................... 148

Excelsior Elementary School [MN].............. 253

Francis, Gwen............................................... 255

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Eastern Christian High School [NJ]..............128 Easton Charter High School [LA]..................291 Eaton High School [CO]................................ 252

Frank H. Peterson

Ff

Academies of Technology [FL]...................313 Frank, P.R. ....................................................284

Ebenezer Middle School [GA]................... 7, 307

Fahrni, Allison............................................... 273

Frankford Middle School [TX].......................247

Echo Horizon School [CA]............................. 252

Failor, Beth.................................................... 252

Franklin County High School [TN]................133

Eckert, Audra..................................................48

Fairport High School [NY]............................ 254

Frear, Julie..................................................... 239

Eden Christian Academy–

Fairview Middle School [TN].........................142

Frederick Christian Academy [MD].............. 253

Faith Christian School [AL]...........................164

Frei, Terra.......................................................170

Faith Heritage School [NY].......................... 254

French American

Berkeley Hills Campus [PA]....................... 254 Eden Christian Academy– Mt. Nebo Campus [PA].............................. 254

School of Puget Sound [WA].................... 255

Faith Lutheran

Eden Prairie High School [MN].................... 180

Jr./Sr. High School [NV].....................244, 254

Friends Seminary School [NY]......................139

Eden, Mitch.................................... 40, 258, 330

Fannett Metal High School [PA].................. 254

Froze, Aimee................................................ 255

Edenfield, Cheree......................................... 252

Farry, Maureen...............................................98

Fry, Lauren............................. 146, 230, 231, 243

Edgemont Junior High School [WA]............ 255

Faust, Kristen............................................... 254

Frydberg, Jennifer......................................... 223

Edgerton High School [WI].......................... 255

Fayetteville Academy [NC].......................... 254

Fugate, Diann................................................221

Edina High School [MN]................................314

Fayetteville High School [AR]....................... 179

Fuller, Norman...............................................313

Edmond Memorial High School [OK]............ 101

Fayetteville-Manlius High School [NY]........156

Fulton, Sheryl............................................... 352

Edmond North High School [OK]................. 342

Featherston, Todd........................................ 203

Funke, Kathy................................................ 252

Edmond Santa Fe

Feil, Travis..............................................203, 331

Furnas, Kelly................................................. 257

High School [OK]............................20, 22, 258

Felis, Matt..........................94, 112, 115, 118, 125,

Fusaro, Kristen............................................. 248

Edmonds, Courtney...................................... 253

194, 197, 226, 238, 248

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Gg G.W. Bush Middle School [WA].................... 255 Gaber, Kathlyne.............................................132 Gamble, Leah................................................330 Gard, Joan...................................................... 255 Garner, Jennifer...............................................117 Gascon, Deborah............................................183 Gast, Walter....................................................113 Gaston Christian School [NC].......................237 Gaul, Sandy................................................... 253 Gavin, John.....................................................321 Geer, Steven..................................................260 Geesey, Scott.........................................162, 249 General Douglas MacArthur High School [NY].........................................231 Gentry Middle School [NC]........................... 254 Gentry, Brenda.............................................. 254 George Mason High School [VA]................... 119 German, Monique......................................... 255 Germany, Emma................................... 301, 302 Gerritts Middle School [WI]......................... 255 Gibbs, Shelley............................................... 253 Gibson, Alec.................................................. 220 Gibson, Christopher...................................... 225 Gideon Hausner Jewish Day School [CA].............................. 252 Gierman, Katrina............................................64 Gilbert, Nina...................................................129 Gilman School [MD]......................216, 279, 282 Giusto, Bob.................................................... 174 Glen A. Wilson High School [CA]..................214 Glen Edwards Middle School [CA]............... 252 Glenbard South High School [IL].................309 Glenbrook North High School [IL].................170 Glenbrook School [LA].................................. 253 Glenbrook South High School [IL].....................28, 30, 258, 324 Go, Estela Marie........................................... 229 Goldstein, Julie....................... 36, 267, 293, 304, 308, 336, 340 Golub, Brad................................80, 90, 99, 120, 155, 160, 163, 248 Gomes-Vance, Deja.......................................231 Gonzales, Guadalupe.....................................331 Gonzalez, Julianne........................................ 252 Gooding High School [ID]............................. 253 Goodman, Rachel........................................... 96 Goodrich High School [MI]............................133 Gordy, Julie.....................................................183 Gore, Brian...................................................260 Gorman Christian Academy [NC]................. 254 Gowen, Gretchen.......................................... 252 Grace Christian School [AK]......................... 252 Grace Christian School [NC]......................... 254 Graf, Jessica................................................... 252 Grand Blanc High School [MI].....32, 34, 303, 311 Grandville High School [MI]......................... 239 Grassfield High School [VA]........................... 96 Graves, Linda................................................ 233

Green Hope High School [NC].......................237

Hare, Kasey....................... 96, 152, 171, 221, 229,

Hodges, Karen.............................................. 254

Green Valley High School [NV].........36, 38, 267,

237, 238, 239, 243, 245

Hoeft, Madison..............................................261

293, 304, 308, 336, 340

Harlem High School [GA]............................. 252

Hoffman, Tim............................................... 255

Green, Kim.................................................... 257

Harlem High School [IL]................................ 173

Holder, Hannah.............................................300

Greenberg, Jeff............................................. 244

Harlingen High School [TX]...........................199

Holeyfield, Shannon.......................................94

Greenbrier Christian Academy [VA]..............166

Harper, Sylena...............................................305

Holland, Michelle...................................242, 315

Greenbrier High School [AR]........................340

Harrington, Amanda.................................... 238

Hollis, Jay...................96, 109, 144, 166, 189, 228

Greenbrier High School [TN]........................230

Harris Middle School [TX]............................ 229

Holly Springs High School [NC].................... 245

Grice, Stacy.............................................211, 329

Harris, Dee............................................ 235, 342

Holmer, Lauren............................................. 255

Griffin, Peter.......................... 102, 123, 202, 232

Harris, Stephanie.......................................... 299

Holmes Middle School [MI].......................... 207

Grimes, Samantha.......................................230

Harrison, Carla.............................................. 254

Holt, Bethany...............................................288

Grimsby Secondary School [ON]................... 116

Hart, Catherine..............................................237

Holy Cross High School [NJ].......................... 157

Grinstead, Glenna......................................... 253

Hart, Lori........................................................134

Holy Family High School [CO]...................... 252

Groff, Douglas............................................... 254

Hartford Public Schools [AR]....................... 246

Holy Innocents’

Grosse Pointe North High School [MI].........187

Hartley, Amy................................................. 253

Episcopal School [GA]........................ 246, 252

Grosse Pointe South

Hartshorn Elementary School [NJ].............. 254

Holy Redeemer Catholic School [GA].......... 252

High School [MI]................................ 233, 253

Harvard Yearbook Publications [MA].......... 220

Holy Spirit High School [NJ]......................... 225

Grove City Christian High School [OH]......... 254

Harward, Lynne............................................ 254

Holzer-Lane, Kim.......................................... 254

Gruen, Sandra................................................150

Hastings, Nancy........................................... 257

Hood, Lisa..................................................... 254

Grumet, Wayne............................................. 114

Hausner Jewish Day School [CA].................. 252

Hope Christian High School [NM]................. 197

Gruver, Teresa............................................... 252

Hawkins, John............................................... 252

Hopkins High School [MN].............. 95, 261, 315

Guinn, Stephanie.......................................... 254

Hawks, Beth................................................. 254

Horicon High School [WI]............................. 255

Gunnison Middle School [CO]...................... 252

Haxtun High School [CO].............................. 252

Horizon Christian School [OR]..................... 254

Gunnison Valley Middle School [UT]........... 255

Hayes, Sharon............................................... 253

Horizon High School [AZ]..............214, 262, 324

Guria, Pete.................................................... 252

Hays, Tressie................................................. 236

Horton, Ace................................................... 246

Gutierrez, Mary Ann..................................... 252

Hearn, Jeanne............................................... 254

Houston Academy [AL]................................ 238

Gutierrez, Natalie..........................................105

Heath, Allison................................................109

Hoven High School [SD]............................... 255

Heffner, Ryan.........................................138, 177

Howell High School [MO].............................258

Helton, Tieka................................................. 173

Howell, Magi..................................................341

Hendren, June............................................... 242

Hudkins, Karrah............................................ 245

Haddy, Kari.................................................... 229

Henke, Amy................................................... 137

Hudlow, Lisa..................................................169

Haeberle, Raelenne...................................... 254

Herder, Diane.........................................231, 303

Hudson High School [IA]..............238, 253, 340

Haggard, Christine..........................48, 334, 339

Heritage Baptist Academy [CT]................... 252

Hudson High School [WI]............................. 226

Hahn, Tobin................................................... 252

Heritage Christian Academy [TX]................ 255

Hudson, Chuck...............................184, 240, 247

Haig Secondary School [ON].........................123

Heritage High School [CO]...........................308

Huffer, Kelsey...............................................308

Haist, Janet.................................................... 197

Heritage High School [GA]............................183

Hunnicutt, Charlie...................310, 312, 314, 315

Hall, Carrie..................................................... 239

Heritage High School [TX]............................132

Hunt Middle School [TX]...................... 249, 255

Hall, H.L......................................................... 257

Heritage Hills High School [IN].................... 244

Huntington Beach High School [CA]........... 234

Hall, Jay..........................................................126

Hermantown High School [MN].................. 253

Huntoon-Perkins, Amy.................216, 279, 282

Hall, Jordan.................................................... 249

Hernando Christian Academy [FL].............. 252

Hurd, Trudy................................................... 253

Hall, Tammy.................................................. 254

Hewett, Chelsea........................................... 307

Hamill, Vern.................................................. 253

Hickory High School [VA]............................. 255

Hamilton Prep Academy [AZ]...................... 252

Hidden Treasure Christian School [SC]........ 255

Hamilton, Randy Joe............................. 179, 246

Higgins, Kristin............................................. 253

I.E. Weldon Secondary School [ON]..............195

Hamlin School [CA]...................................... 252

Highland High School [AZ].......................... 233

Iacuzzi, Pat................................................... 254

Hamman, Kathe............................................313

Highland High School [CA]........................... 225

Ida S. Baker High School [FL]......................208

Hammond, Kate........................................... 254

Highland High School [CO]........................... 252

Idaho Falls High School [ID].....209, 306, 310, 312

Hampel, Judy..................................................164

Highland High School [WI]........................... 255

Ierardi, Brian..................................139, 223, 248

Hampton, Brook............................................160

Highland Park High School [TX]...................102

Incarnate Word Academy [MO]................... 254

Hancock, Kayla.............................................. 307

Highsmith, Jack..................................... 193, 227

Indian Creek Upper School [MD].................. 253

Hanf, Kristen................................................. 254

Hilbert High School [WI].............................. 255

Ingle, Wayne..................................................183

Hansen, Cameron..........................................150

Hilburn, Mark.................................................. 92

Ingold, Jennifer............................................. 243

Hansen, Carrie...............................................312

Hile, Deb........................................................ 254

International Community School [WA]....... 255

Hansen, Joyce................................................156

Hill Country Middle School [TX]....................163

‘Iolani School [HI]...................................147, 337

Hansen, Karri................................................ 255

Hill, Faith........................................................193

Iowa City West High School [IA]...................109

Hansen, Laurie...............................................215

Hill, Jim...........................................................196

Iowa School for the Deaf [IA]...................... 253

Hansen, Ryan........................209, 306, 310, 312

Hillcrest International School [Indonesia]..... 258

Hanson, Shannon......................................... 233

Hilling, Lindy................................................. 255

Harbaugh, Veronica......................................286

Hinde, Casey................................................. 229

Hardison, Ginger........................................... 255

Hinton, Christy.............................................. 252

J.A. Craig High School [WI]............................185

Hardy, David...................................................214

Hodge, Melissa.................101, 116, 124, 225, 227

J.J. Pearce High School [TX]............................113

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J.L. Mann High School [SC]...........................193

Kamei, Mark.................................................. 234

Kridner, Diane............................................... 252

Leising, Debra............................................... 148

J.R. Arnold High School [FL]......................... 223

Kapaun Mt. Carmel

Kubicek, Sharon.............................................. 99

Leland High School [CA]............................... 118

J.R. Gerritts Middle School [WI]................... 255

Catholic High School [KS]................... 107, 258

Kumashiro, Jamie......................................... 253

Lembke, Evan............................................... 253

Jackson Liberty High School [NJ]................. 245

Kaplow, Lauren............................................. 254

Kunz, Hannah............................................... 270

Lemmer, Danielle......................................... 253

Jackson, Erik...................................................213

Kautz, Carson............................................... 274

Jacobs Junior High School [WI]..................... 255

Kazmierczak, Carol........................................169

James Bowie High School [TX]............. 155, 219

Kazmierski, Crystal....................................... 257

James Buchanan High School [PA]............... 127

Kean-Walsh, Rosemary................................145

L.B. Johnson Middle School [FL]..................209

Levonick, Jess................................................162

James Island Christian School [SC].............. 255

Keberly, Russ................................................ 207

Lachapelle, Marie......................................... 255

Lewis Central High School [IA].....................198

James River High School [VA].......................103

Keeling, Liz................................................... 232

Lafayette County C-1 High School [MO]...... 254

Lewis, Jonathan............................................260

Jamie, Carolina...............................................315

Keirsey, Dustin............................... 143, 166, 235

Lafayette High School [VA]......................... 228

Lewis, Molly.................................................. 254

Jarrell, Denise................................................ 252

Kemp, Kem................................................... 228

Lafferty, Mike.......................... 56, 222, 231, 243

Lexington High School [SC]......................... 236

Jay M. Robinson High School [NC]............... 235

Kennedy, Stephen........................................ 226

LaForge, Kate................................................241

Liberty Christian High School [FL]............... 252

Jefferson Academy High School [CO].......... 243

Kennedy, Wade..............................................195

Laingsburg High School [MI]................231, 303

Liberty Christian School [TX]........................130

Jefferson Forest High School [VA]................ 172

Kenney, Paula............................................... 255

LaJoe, Danny................................................. 228

Liberty High School [CA]........................116, 252

Jenkins, Carey................................................164

Kent, III, Warren ............................................115

Lake Dallas High School [TX]........ 139, 338, 341

Lied Middle School [NV]................................165

Jenks High School [OK]................................. 203

Kerchief, Julia................................................ 244

Lake Norman High School [NC]................... 239

Lifegate School [OR].................................... 254

Jensen, Joan.................................................. 255

Kerdus, Bob.....................................109, 138, 159

Lakeside Junior & Senior High School [AR].....117

Ligon, Chet.....................................................198

Jensen, Susan............................................... 253

Kettle Moraine High School [WI]................. 255

Lakeside Upper School [WA]....................... 255

Lincoln County High School [GA]..................227

Jeschke, Angela............................................ 269

Keung, Karen.................................................319

Lakeview Academy [GA].............................. 252

Lincoln County Middle School [GA]..............193

Jobin, Sybille................................................. 255

Keyser-Fawick, Christine...............................190

Lakeville Middle School [MI]........................ 253

Lincoln High School [CA]................................131

John P. Stevens High School [NJ]..................190

Khan, Marrium.............................................. 253

Lakewood High School [CO].......................... 174

Lincoln High School [WI].............................. 228

John Paul Stevens High School [TX].............190

Kilday, Rebecca...............................103, 133, 183

Lamanna, Denise.......................................... 225

Lincoln-Sudbury

Johns Creek High School [GA]......................208

Kiley, Eileen.....................................................121

Landmark Christian School [GA]...........112, 252

Regional High School [MA]....................... 234

Johnson High School [GA]..............................98

Kilgore, Jane................................................... 141

Lane, Brittany............................................... 252

Lindsay, Anne............................................... 245

Johnson Middle School [FL].........................209

Killeen, Patrick...............................................156

Lange, Kari.....................................216, 233, 243

Lindsey, Doug............................................... 254

Johnson, Alyssa.............................................331

Kinard Middle School [CO]........................... 252

Langille, Mary................................................198

Lindsey, Leigh Anne..................................... 228

Johnson, Amy............................................... 254

King, Leah..............................................154, 236

Lanier, Susan................................................ 234

Link, Kelsey..................................... 212, 214, 217

Johnson, Angelica......................................... 252

Kingsway Regional High School [NJ]............ 157

Lansdowne High School Academy [MD]......146

Linthicum, Austin.........................................331

Johnson, Jason...............................................237

Kingsway Regional Middle School [NJ]........122

Lansing Christian School [MI]...................... 243

Lisbon Central School [NY].......................... 254

Johnson, Lois.................................................120

Kinnevan, Jordan.......................................... 296

LaPorte, Matthew.......................................... 95

Little Rock Christian Academy [AR]............ 242

Johnson, Melissa...........................................208

Kinsella Coupland, Kate................................170

LaRossa, Patty..............................................189

Little, David.................................................. 253

Johnson, Rosemary...................................... 144

Kinsey, Gwynne............................................ 246

Larson, Alexandra................................ 194, 204

Litynski, Jeanna............................................ 253

Johnson, Valerie............................................ 253

Kirby, Merri.................................................... 252

Larson, Scott................................................ 253

Liu, Eden ...................................................... 220

Johnson, Yvonne................................... 244, 324

Kirkland Seventh-day

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Lenard, Janene.............................................. 253 Lentz, Vicki................................................... 255 Levens, Rhonda.............................................. 76

Las Vegas Academy [NV]..............................136

Livingston Adventist Academy [OR]........... 254

Johnston, Kellie............................................. 254

Adventist School [WA]............................. 255

LaSalle-Peru High School [IL]........................ 97

Livingston Adventist

Johri, Shweta ................................................227

Kirkwood High School [MO].....40, 42, 258, 330

Lasley, Luke.................................................. 295

Academy [PK-8] [OR]................................ 254

Jones County High School [SD].................... 255

Kizelevicus, Raymond.................................. 253

Lau, Jason......................................................316

Lockhart High School [TX]........................... 248

Jones, Clay.....................................................305

Klein, Cheri.................................................... 254

Laudani, Melissa...........................................162

Logsdon, Lauren.......................................95, 98

Jones, Ellora.................................................. 323

Klein, Jenna.................................................... 101

Laufer, Terrie..................................................210

Lohr, Sieglinde.............................................. 236

Jonesville High School [MI].......................... 253

Klein, Linda................................................... 255

Laurens District High School [SC]................ 217

Lomega High School [OK]............................ 254

Jordan, Jim..................................................... 257

Klevens, Debra.............................................. 180

Lawton Chiles High School [FL]................... 275

Loney, Kristen............................................... 253

Joy, Chris.........................................................129

Kline, Laura................................................... 236

Lawton Chiles Middle School [FL]................162

Loney, Sherri................................................. 180

Juan Diego Catholic High School [UT]..........305

Klingensmith, Cheryl.................................... 254

Leahy, Laura.................................................. 255

Long, John.....................................................304

Juanita High School [WA].....................247, 295

Klopp, Alison.................................. 105, 151, 222,

Leahy, Page................................................... 255

Looney, Celia................................................. 252

Judge Memorial High School [UT]............... 255

233, 234, 235, 238, 239, 241

Leakey, Caroline............................................ 254

Los Alamos High School [NM]..............242, 315

Juhl-O’Brien, Shelley...................................... 101

Knaupp, Esther............................................. 254

Lebanon High School [IN].............................169

Los Altos High School [CA].......................... 252

Julian Union High School [CA]...................... 252

Knight, Brooke ..............................................166

Lebeau, Cindy................................................189

Lott, Marsha................................................. 307

Jung, Samantha.............................................321

Knoetgen, Michelle................................147, 337

LeBlanc, Pete................................................ 257

Loudoun Valley High School [VA]..... 44, 46, 259

Justice, Anita.................................................237

Knopp, Shannon........................................... 254

Lee High School [MA]................................... 253

Loughran, Linda........................................... 254

Justin Wakeland High School [TX]................168

Koch, Lorin.................................................... 254

Lee High School [TX].................................... 184

Louise S. McGehee School [LA].................. 177

Kocur, Jeff.................................................95, 315

Lee University [TN].......................................103

Lovejoy High School [TX]............................. 108

Koekebakker, Pam.........................................195

Lee, Alice....................................................... 252

Lovett School [GA]........................................192

Kohli, Kristen.................................................154

Lee, Betsy..................................................... 228

Lowery Freshman Center [TX]......................241

Kaboli, Mojdeh.............................................. 254

Komachin Middle School [WA]....................204

Lee, Debra..................................................... 226

Loy, Cheryl..................................................... 253

Kaelke, Dawn................................................ 253

Koplik, Jacqui..................................................231

Lee, Lynn....................................................... 246

Luceri, Meg................................................... 243

Kailing, Joel....................................................103

Koshiol, Chris................................................ 352

Leesville Road High School [NC]................. 243

Luella High School [GA].................................115

Kakegawa International

Kramer, Kathleen.......................................... 236

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Lefkoff, Anna................................................. 172

Lundgren, Gary.......................................44, 352

Christian School [Japan]............................304

Kraus, Katie...................................................261

Legacy High School [NV]...............................145

Lundgren, Paul............................................. 352

Kalhor, Barbara......................................247, 295

Krebs, Nathan................................................310

Legler, Shellie............................................... 252

Lundquist, Stephen..................................... 254

Kalish, Juliana........................................ 105, 107

Krezinski, Nicole........................................... 255

Leifheit, Jessica.............................................102

Lussenhop, Troy........................................... 252

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McAlvey, Laura............................................. 253

Mill Creek High School [GA].................206, 292

Murray, Regina...............................150, 187, 232

Orange County [CA]....................................241

McAuley Catholic High School [MO]............ 254

Millard West High School [NE]...................... 92

Mutepfa, Joy................................................. 255

Lynch, Missy................................................. 255

McBride, Bailey............................................. 254

Millbrook High School [NC].......................... 239

Myers, Angie................................................. 254

Lynden Christian High School [WA]............ 248

McCarthy, MarthaLee....................................133

Miller, Ann......................................................... 5

Myjak, Kevin..................................................160

Lyons, Aaron.................................................200

McCasland, Brent.... 154, 220, 224, 229, 233, 244

Miller, Carol...................................................230

Myrtle Beach High School [SC].....................198

Lyons, Lexie.................................................. 332

McCausland, Ian............................................316

Miller, Gina.....................................................126

McCoy, Abigail.............................................. 220

Miller, Nan......................................................136

McCoy, Emilee............................................... 255

Miller, Roberta.............................................. 253

Lutheran High School of

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McCreary, Dave............................................. 323

Miller, Tara.................................................... 252

Nairne, Scott................................................. 252

MacArthur High School [NY]........................231

McDill, Liz.......................................................125

Millett-Grant, Claudette...............................123

Najafi, Dani................................................... 265

MacArthur High School [OK]........................219

McDonald, Lori.............................................. 235

Milton High School [WI]............................... 233

Nance, Diana................................................. 252

MacDonald, Shelley.......................................192

McDonald, Patrick........................................ 242

Milwee Middle School [FL]...........................205

Nativity Elementary School [KS]................. 253

Machebeuf High School [CO]....................... 252

McDougle Middle School [NC]..................... 254

Minnetonka High School [MN]....................288

Needhan B. Broughton High School [NC]..... 152

Mack, Alana...................................................213

McDowell Early College High School [NC]..... 254

Miroglotta, Jenny.......................................... 254

Neff, Nora.............................................206, 282

Mackenzie Collegiate Institute [ON]............125

McFarland High School [WI]........................ 255

Mitchell High School [NC]............................ 254

Neillsville High School [WI].......................... 255

Mackey, Daniel...............................................214

McGehee School [LA].................................... 177

Mitchell Senior High School [SD]................. 255

Nelson, Brienne............................................ 222

MacLauchlan, Katie...................................... 144

McGhee, Jennifer.......................................... 255

Mitchell, Andy.......................................178, 295

Nelson, Marion...............................................112

Macqueen, Mary.............................................131

McGovern, Jr., Terry ...........64, 111, 122, 128, 134,

Mitchell, Elizabeth........................................ 255

Neris, Brandon...............................................219

140, 144, 145, 157, 186, 224, 225, 244

Mobridge-Pollock High School [SD]............ 255

Neuroth, Craig.............................................. 255

High School [GA]................... 48, 50, 334, 339

McGovern, Tim......................................128, 225

Model High School [GA]................................194

New Hampton School [NH].......................... 254

Maggert, Alicia............................................. 254

McIntosh High School [GA]............................ 95

Modesti, Sonja.............................................. 252

New Horizon School [WA]............................ 255

Maguire Elementary School [CA]................ 252

McIntyre, Perry..............................................192

Modesto Christian High School [CA]........... 252

New Jersey Institute of Technology [NJ]..... 223

Mahoney, Mary Kate.................................... 254

McKee, Cindy................................................ 252

Molvik, Jonathan............................. 212, 213, 241

Newkirk High School [OK].............................143

Maiden High School [NC]............................. 222

McKenzie, Lee............................................... 255

Mona Shores High School [MI]......................115

Newman Smith High School [TX]...............260

Maize South High School [KS].......................121

McKibben, Sheryl......................................... 253

Monett High School [MO]............................ 249

Newmarket High School [ON].......................192

Maize South Middle School [KS]..... 52, 54, 259

McKinney Christian Academy [TX]............... 111

Monroe, Patricia............................................331

Newton, Mark............................................... 202

Malins, Susanne........................................... 225

McKinney High School [TX].........................280

Monsignor Farrell High School [NY]............ 223

Newton-Conover Health/Science

Malins, Wally.................................................163

McKinney North High School [TX]............... 225

Montgomery, Tonya..................................... 253

High School [NC]........................................ 254

Malosky, Linda.............................................. 253

McKinney-Rewa, Heather.................... 226, 253

Montini High School [IL].............................. 253

Nguyen, Khanh..............................................291

Manchester, Joseph........................................171

McLean High School [VA]............................. 333

Montrose High School [CO]...........................132

Nichols, Becky................................................142

Manhart, Jamie............................................. 253

McLean, Mike...............................................260

Moore, Jan............................................... 131, 175

Nichols, Casey.................. 131, 257, 259, 277, 324

Manheim, Roberta....................................... 223

McLetchie, Scott........................................... 177

Moose Lake High School [MN].................... 253

Nichols, Sarah.................. 84, 257, 259, 314, 332

Mann High School [SC].................................193

McMath, Dena.............................................. 254

Moran, Robert.............................................. 223

Niehaus, Deborah......................................... 307

Mann, Michael.............................................. 252

McMichael High School [NC]......................... 161

More, Dianne.................................................319

Nisbett, Margie............................ 301, 302, 306

Mansfield, Lara...............................................88

McMillan, Betsy............................................230

Morehead, Madison.....................................306

Nix, Ginger.................................................... 252

Maranatha Christian School [PA]................ 254

McMillan, Claudia......................................... 188

Morgan Hill Charter School [CA].................. 252

Noonan, Jason............................................... 252

Marcellus High School [MI]..........................240

McMillon, Izabella......................................... 254

Morgan, Amy................................................ 207

Nordquist, Paul..............................................314

Margaret B. Pollard Middle School [NC]...... 254

McPherson High School [KS]........................120

Morgan, Angel...............................................189

Nordstrom, Valerie....................................... 253

Marian Central Catholic High School [IL].... 253

Meadowlark Middle School [NC]..................237

Morgan, Tonya.............................................. 203

North Brunswick Township

Marine Military Academy [TX].................... 255

Medcalf, Carol................................................136

Morgan, Vickie...............................................130

High School [NJ].........................................240

Marist High School [OR].......................... 5, 242

Meharry Medical College [TN]..................... 226

Morris, Michelle............................................208

North Forsyth Middle School [GA]............... 137

Markham District High School [ON].............319

Melton, Tyler..................................................164

Mortenson, Rita....................................216, 255

North Garland High School [TX]...................199

Marone, Stephanie .......................................186

Mendocino High School [CA]....................... 252

Mother Lode Adventist

North Gaston High School [NC]................... 232

Marquez, Loran.............................................. 167

Mennenga, Diena......................................... 253

Junior Academy [CA].................................. 252

North Georgia Christian School [GA]........... 252

Marquez, Marc.............................................. 253

Merced High School [CA]............................. 248

Mounds Park Academy [MN]................142, 253

North Hall High School [GA].......................... 97

Martin High School [MI]............................... 253

Merritt, Melissa.............................................237

Mount Horeb High School [WI]................... 255

North Lincoln High School [NC]................... 234

Martin Luther King High School [CA]...........261

Metevier, Ericka............................................ 222

Mount Pleasant Middle School [NC]........... 235

North Penn High School [PA]....................... 254

Martin, Amanda........................................... 254

Meurett, Lori................................................ 255

Mount St. Mary Academy [AR]................... 252

North Sevier High School [UT].................60, 62

Martin, Delia..................................................227

Mexico Middle School [MO]..........................163

Mountain Pointe High School [AZ]............. 220

Northbridge High School [MA].....................241

Martin, Michael.................................................1

Meyersdale High School [PA]....................... 254

Mountain View High School [ID]..................170

Northeast High School [KS]......................... 253

Martinez, Maria.....................................287, 307

Miami Sunset Senior High School [FL]........105

Mountain Vista High School [CO]................ 202

Northern Burlington County

Marvin Elementary School [NC].................. 254

Miceli, Fr. Ross.............................................. 249

Mt. Whitney High School [CA]......................227

Regional Middle School [NJ]..................64, 66

Masishin, Angeline........................................ 157

Michigan School for the Deaf [MI].............. 253

Mt. Zion High School [GA]............................125

Northside High School [VA].........................260

Mason High School [MI]............................... 253

Michigan State University [MI].......56, 58, 259

Muchow, Kurt............................................... 255

Northumberland High School [VA].............. 255

Mason High School [VA]............................... 119

Middle Township High School [NJ]...............128

Muehlberg, Bonnie....................................... 254

Northwest Career &

Massy, Susan................................................ 257

Middletown High School [DE].......................247

Muir, Kathy................................................... 254

Technical Academy [NV]............................ 191

Masuda, Nancy............................................. 253

Mid-Pacific Institute [HI]............................. 253

Mullin, Melissa..............................................143

Northwest High School [MO]....................... 226

Matuszczak, Brooke......................................160

Midview Middle School [OH]........................ 254

Munch, Trevor...................................... 268, 308

Northwestern High School [WI].................. 255

Maur Hill - Mount Academy [KS]................. 253

Midwest Central High School [IL]................ 253

Munk, Susan................................................. 253

Northwood Academy [SC]........................... 255

Maxwell, Rebecca...........................................94

Milan Middle School [MI]............................. 253

Murphy, Denise............................................. 254

NorthWood High School [IN]....................... 234

McAdams, Nikki........................................... 235

Milford High School [OH].............................. 176

Murray, Greg................................................. 238

Northwood High School [NC]....................... 229

Madison County

3 49

Norton, Claire................................................309

Parsipanny Hills High School [NJ]................ 244

Portland Adventist Academy...................... 254

Richmond High School [IN]............................151

Norton, Danielle.............................................311

Pascolla, David.............................................. 252

Potter, Lori-Ann............................................ 278

Richmond Hill High School [ON]............152, 316

Notre Dame Academy [OH]......................... 254

Patrick, David.........................................183, 236

Potter, Vicki.................................................. 253

Ridout, Gwen................................................. 179

Nyberg, Doug................................225, 226, 230

Patrick, Mary.......................................... 52, 259

Potterville High School [MI]......................... 253

Riley, Jr., David...................................... 106, 236

Patters, Dan........................................... 211, 238

Powdersville Middle School [SC]................. 255

Rincon Valley Christian School [CA]............ 252

Patuxent High School [MD]..........................147

Powell, Amy.................................................. 255

Ringe, Sara............................................196, 333

Paul M. Dorman High School [SC].................112

Powell, Tammy............................................. 252

Rivard, Julie................................................... 248

O’Brian, Tammi............................................. 255

Paul VI Catholic High School [VA]..................121

Price, Rianne.....................32, 133, 148, 168, 207

River Ridge High School [GA]...................... 252

OABCIG High School [IA].............................. 253

Pavelka, Susan...................................... 106, 341

Prieskorn, Caroline........................................289

Rivera, Angel................................................ 269

Oak Crest Middle School [CA]...................... 252

Paxon SAS High School [FL].............................1

Prince George High School [VA]....................109

Rivera, Daniel................................................ 223

Oakview Middle School [MI]........................ 299

Pearce High School [TX].................................113

Princeton High School [TX].......................... 249

Riverfield Country Day School [OK]..............166

Ocean City High School [NJ]........................... 111

Pedicini, Stefanie.........................................209

Prospect High School [IL]..............................187

Riverside Secondary [BC]..............................321

O’Farrell, Nikki.............................................. 332

Pellegrino, Rachel..................................186, 276

Prout School [RI].......................................... 255

Robbinsdale Armstrong

Oglesbee, Lori....................................... 257, 280

Pelo, Nina...................................................... 228

Providence Christian Academy [GA].............210

High School [MN]........................................155

O’Hara Park High School [CA].......................215

Pennekamp, Sandy......................................200

Providence High School [NC]....................... 259

Roberdeau, Shaunna.................................... 253

Ola Middle School [GA].................197, 298, 300

Pennsylvania State University [PA]............240

Pursell, Mary................................................. 244

Robert E. Lee High School [TX]................... 184

Olds Koinonia Christian School [AB]........... 322

Percival, Meghan.......................................... 333

Putnam City North High School [OK]........... 181

Roberts, Elizabeth........................................ 254

Oliver, David.................................................. 257

Perkins, Ashley.............................................258

Putnam, Mary Beth...................................... 239

Robinson High School [NC].......................... 235

Onalaska Senior High School [WI]............... 255

Perkins, Elizabeth..........................................102

O’Neil, Jan.......................................................313

Perkiomen School [PA]................................ 254

Orchard, Samantha...................................... 253

Peters, Margie.............................................. 255

Ordman, Ginny...............................................109

Peterson Academies of Technology [FL]...... 313

Quattlebaum, Kristy.................................... 252

Rock County High School [NE]......................138

Orono High School [MN]........................... 7, 201

Peterson, Amanda....................................... 332

Quinlan, Len..................................................206

Rockland High School [ID]........................... 253

Ortega, Amethyst.............................................7

Peterson, Kirstin........................................... 253

Quinn, Suzy....................................................146

Rocklin High School [CA]........131, 259, 277, 324

Ortiz, Christina...............................................219

Peterson, Theresa........................................ 235

Quinn, Terry.................................................. 202

Rodgers, Candie........................................... 253

Osakis High School [MN]............................. 253

Pethick, Katelyn........................................... 323

Qustandi, Susan............................................ 191

Rodgers, Kristy..............................................178

Oscar Smith High School [VA]......................189

Pfeiffer, Melissa............................ 153, 182, 224

Ostrom, Emily............................................... 255

Pflasterer, Amy............................................. 226

Ostvig, Tessa.....................................................7

Pflugerville High School [TX]........................160

Oswandel, Alli............................................... 252

Pforsich, Spencer.......................................... 255

R.W. Johnson High School [GA]......................98

Roller, James.................................................. 110

Otto, Cindy.................................................... 255

Phan, Christine..............................................314

Radov, Carley.................................................341

Roosevelt High School [HI].......................... 253

Ouachita Baptist University [AR]............68, 70

Philipp, Megan........................................132, 174

Raeker, Laurie................................................105

Roosevelt Junior High School [UT].............. 255

Our Lady of Mercy School [CA].................... 252

Phillips, Kirsten............................................ 322

Ragati, Rob...................................................240

Root, Deborah................................................68

Overton, Jill....................................................237

Pine Castle Christian Academy [FL]............ 252

Ragland, Chad....158, 162, 204, 205, 209, 210, 245

Rose, Megan..................................................... 3

Owen Valley High School [IN]...................... 245

Pinkham, Kim................................................122

Rahn, Kelli .................................................... 232

Rose, Riley....................................................305

Oxford Academy High School [NY].............. 254

Pinnacle High School [AZ]............................212

Ramer, Al.......................................................143

Rosenberger, Craig..................................28, 170

Oxley, Grace................................................... 326

Pinnacle High School [CO]............................ 252

Rand, Patrick..................148, 173, 185, 242, 246

Rosman High School [NC]............................ 254

Pioneer Heritage Middle School [TX].......... 255

Randolph-Henry High School [VA].............. 188

Rossi, Catherine.................................... 318, 321

Pioneer High School [CA].............................260

Raper, Margie................................................168

Round Rock High School [TX]........................ 99

Pisgah High School [NC].............................. 233

Raskin, Kim....................................................314

Rountree, Megan..........................................261

P.J. Jacobs Junior High School [WI]............... 255

Pitkin, Terry.................................................... 177

Rathbun, Kristi............................................. 259

Rowell, Wes...................................................166

Pace High School [FL].....................................91

Pitrone, Angela............................................. 254

Rawlings, Gunnar......................................... 252

Rowlett High School [TX].............................178

Pacheco, John........................................ 272, 308

Pivonka, Tucker........... 52, 107, 120, 121, 149, 227

Reckard, Jim.................................................. 253

Rowley, Laura...............................................200

Paden, Jolee..................................................286

Plano East Senior High School [TX]............ 222

Red Mountain High School [AZ].................. 224

Roxbury High School [NJ]..............................169

Paffrath, Jackie......................................247, 248

Plano Senior High School [TX]..................... 202

Red Oak High School [TX]............................ 235

Rozendaal, Christina..................................... 116

Page High School [NC]................................. 228

Plantz, Deb....................................................138

Reece, Kate...................................................204

Ruddick, Jessica............................................ 255

Page, Mike.............................................. 24, 236

Platt, Kay...................................................... 225

Reed, Jennifer............................................... 232

Rule, Jennifer................................................ 342

Page, Phil.............................................. 185, 234

Platteville High School [WI]......................... 255

Reeder, Kelley................................................ 127

Russell, Patty............................................... 254

Palco High School [KS]................................. 253

Plumley, Rebecca............................................90

Reeping, Fred................................................ 127

Rutkowski, Amy.............................................113

Palmer, Susan................................................. 111

Plymouth South Middle School [MA].......... 253

Regan, Wendy........................................112, 252

Rutledge, Kathy........................................... 253

Palmetto Ridge High School [FL]................ 224

Podsezertsev, Evgeny...................................313

Reichert, Kristin........................................... 239

Palmyra High School [PA].............................143

Poetzinger, Dave............................................153

Reimer, Nancy.............................................. 255

Palmyra-Eagle High School [WI]................. 243

Point Arena High School [CA]...................... 252

Reimler, Lisa................................................. 255

Palos Verdes High School [CA]............. 106, 341

Pollack, Zachary........................................... 282

Reppi, Jim............................................... 114, 252

Sabia, Chuck..................................................216

Pankoff, Mike....................................93, 134, 175

Pollard Middle School [NC].......................... 254

Reyburn Intermediate School [CA]..............230

Sacred Heart Preparatory [CA].................... 252

Paradigm High School [UT]......................... 255

Pollard, Rebecca............................................132

Ricafort, Florian............................................285

Sager, Susan.................................................. 175

Park, Claudia................................................. 254

Pollina, Brett..................................................314

Rich, Stacy.................................................... 238

Sale, Barret................................................... 254

Park, Sung....................................................260

Pond, Susan.................................................. 252

Richard Stockton

Saleeby, Claude.............................. 112, 193, 220

Parker-Amador, Pamela............................... 252

Ponitz Career Technology Center [OH]........284

College of New Jersey [NJ]......................... 224

Parkway West High School [MO]................. 180

Popejoy, Renee............................................. 253

Richards, Diane..............................................160

High School [PA]........................................ 254

Parry, Melinda............................................... 252

Port Allegany High School [PA]................... 254

Richardson High School [TX]........................195

Samples, Luke............................................... 217

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Robinson, ChaReese....................................284 Rocheleau, Jennifer....................................... 179 Rock Canyon High School [CO].................... 259

Roessel, Donna Marie.................................. 254 Rogers High School [MN]............................. 253 Rolette Public School [ND].......................... 254

Ss

Saltsburg Junior Senior

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Sampson, Tim...............................................241

Shelton, Shawna........................................... 217

Southeast Guilford High School [NC].......... 243

Stine, Lisa.....................................................306

San Clemente High School [CA]...................213

Sherwood, Mark...........................................205

Southeast High School [KS]........................ 253

Stockton College of New Jersey [NJ]............ 224

San Lorenzo Valley High School [CA]...........153

Shields, Tom................................................. 249

Southfield Christian High School [MI]......... 253

Stofsick, Marian...........................................330

San Luis Obispo High School [CA]............... 252

Shih, Joyce..................................................... 236

Southfield Christian Middle School [MI]..... 253

Stohr, Georgia................................................. 97

Sanchez, Nicole.............................................277

Shirley, Tessa.................................................. 97

Sowash, John ............................................... 253

Stoker, Natalie...............................................312

Sanders, CarrieAnn....................................... 254

Shoaf, Pat..................................................... 254

Space Coast Jr./Sr. High School [FL]............ 245

Stoltz, Nicole.................................................187

Sanders, Colleen........................................... 108

Shoemaker, Jessica....................................... 254

Spears, Deanna............................................. 253

Stone, Linda................................................. 234

Sanders, Nicole.............................................. 141

Short, Anna.................................................. 254

Spears, Jessica............................................... 114

Stony Point High School [TX]........................90

Sanders, Steve.................................................16

Shumpert, Jeremy......................................... 119

Spellman, Carlos............................................103

Stowe, Todd.................................................. 100

Sanderson, Todd........................................... 239

Sianis, Eleni.................................................. 232

Spelman, Chris............................................. 234

Stratford High School [SC]............................171

Sandia High School [NM]..............................136

Silver Lake High School [KS]................ 253, 255

Spencer, Mariah.............................................341

Street, Gary.................................................. 255

Saniuk, Sarah............................................... 255

Simmons, Casey............................................ 271

Spires, Michelle............................................. 217

Street, Kevin..................................................154

Santa Susana Magnet High School [CA].....206

Simonton, Amy............................................ 248

Spohn, Sarah................................................303

Strellman, Erica............................................ 252

Santiam Christian School [OR].................... 254

Sims Middle School [FL]........................211, 329

St. Dominic Savio Catholic

Stricker, Christine..........................................126

Saquella, Jan................................................. 224

Sinde, Rick.................................................... 255

Sasena, Bob...................................................227

Singleton, Wendy.......................................... 172

Saunders, Chelsey.........................................152

Sir Winston Churchill

High School [TX]........................................ 255 St. Elizabeth Catholic

Stroh, Susan..................................................143 Stryker, Jodie................................................. 255

High School [ON]..........91, 218, 320, 322, 330

Stuart Hall High School [VA]....................... 255

Saunders, Karen............................................ 179

Secondary School [BC].............................. 236

St. Elizabeth High School [DE]....................240

Stuntz, Marla.................................................106

Sausker, Sara................................. 142, 201, 352

Sironski-White, Luke.................................... 295

St. Francis Borgia High School [MO]........... 254

Sturgeon, Bill............................................ 91, 211

Savannah Christian Prep High School [GA]....252

Sitka High School [AK]................................. 252

St. Francis Central Catholic School [CA]...... 224

Sugden, Ed......................................................40

Savannah Christian Prep

Sjorberg, Karen............................................. 255

St. Francis de Sales High School [OH]......... 100

Sullivan, Pam................................................ 252

Middle School [GA].................................... 252

Skyline Schools [KS]......................................164

St. George’s Episcopal School [GA]............. 252

Summersville High School [MO].................. 254

Savannah Country Day School [GA]............ 252

Skyview Middle School [MN]....................... 253

St. Gregory Middle School [AZ]................... 252

Sun Prairie High School [WI]....................... 255

Schadegg, Amy............................................ 252

Slatton, Brenda............................................ 184

St. Ignatius College Prep [IL]....................... 253

Sunlake High School [FL].............................. 114

Schantz, Liz.................................................. 252

Slider, Sandra................................................. 127

St. Isabella School [CA]................................ 252

Sunrise Mountain High School [AZ]............. 217

Schledorn, Mark...................................204, 307

Slippery Rock Middle School [PA]............... 254

St. John’s School [TX]................................... 228

Surley, Gianna...............................................308

Schlosser, Sally............................................. 352

Sloan Creek Middle School [TX]................... 141

St. Joseph-Odgen High School [IL]..............286

Surry Central High School [NC].....................135

Schmiz, Samantha.......................................260

Sloan, Justin...................................................147

St. Mark’s School of Texas [TX].... 72, 74, 259, 327

Sutton, Caroline............................................ 229

Schram, Leah................................................ 254

Smale, Stacy..................................................149

St. Mary Catholic Central

Swanson, Alex...............................................261

Schroeder, Brittani....................................... 323

Smallwood, Audrey.......................................199

High School [MI]............................................253

Sweet, Steve......................................... 147, 220

Schumacher, Cindy....................................... 249

Smart, Duncan.............................................. 327

St. Mary’s Ryken High School [MD]............ 253

Sybirski, Shannon..........................212, 332, 334

Schwab, Mark................................................ 118

Smith Cotton High School [MO].................. 254

St. Paul’s School [NH].................................. 254

Sybrant, Sheila..............................................138

Scire, Leo ...............................................152, 316

Smith, Clint...........................273, 289, 290, 309

St. Peter Chanel High School [OH].............. 254

Sylvan Hills High School [AR]........................117

Scotch Plains Fanwood High School [NJ]......113

Smith, Danielle............................................. 253

St. Scholastica Academy [IL]....................... 253

Syracuse High School [KS]........................76, 78

Scott County High School [KY]....................260

Smith, Heather............................................. 252

St. Stephen Catholic School [FL]................. 252

Syracuse University [NY]..................... 260, 316

Scott, Sheri....................................................178

Smith, Joe .................................................... 234

St. Stephens High School [NC].................... 238

Scotts Valley High School [CA].................... 252

Smith, Kathy.................................................. 181

St. Thomas More School [PA] ..................... 254

Scottsbluff High School [NE]....................... 177

Smith, Melissa.............................................. 254

St. Vincent High School [CA]....................... 252

Searcy High School [AR]................................94

Smith, Mia.....................................................310

Stahl, Amy.....................................................196

Ta, Melanie.................................................... 333

Seifert, Jessica.............................................. 252

Smith, Randy.................................................227

Stalnaker, Mary............................................ 252

Tabb Middle School [VA].............................. 255

Sells, Julie...................................................... 254

Smith, Terri................................................... 252

Stalnecker, Janelle........................................ 252

Tartan High School [MN]...............................312

Sevastopol High School [WI]....................... 255

Smithson Valley High School [TX]................. 92

Stanford University [CA].............................. 229

Tascosa High School [TX]..............................196

Seward, Amy...................................................12

Snow Canyon Middle School [UT]................150

Stanford, Logan............................................ 275

Tate, Becky.................................................... 328

Seymour High School [WI]........................... 255

Snyder, Kim...................................................230

Stanton County High School [KS]................165

Tate, Dow........................................................311

Shadow Mountain Baptist School [CA]....... 252

Soger, Estelle................................................ 253

Stapleton, Christopher...................................171

Tauber, Shelby..............................................280

Shadow Ridge High School [AZ]................. 229

Somers High School [CT]............................. 235

Starr’s Mill High School [GA].........................98

Tauriac, Jeremy..............................................291

Shah, Amey....................................................115

Son, Irin..........................................................261

Staten Island Technical

Taylor, Alicia.................................................. 255

Shaheen, Molly....................................... 60, 150

Son, Joanne................................................... 320

High School [NY]......................................... 248

Taylor, Christi................................................ 252

Shaker Heights High School [OH]................264

Sonoma Valley High School [CA]..........178, 295

Stater, Diana.................................................285

Taylor, Lisa.................................................... 255

Shanenko, Kristi........................................... 254

Sorrows, Margaret........... 8, 258, 283, 297, 303,

Steen, Tim.....................................................128

Taylor, Sherri................................. 260, 316, 352

Shawnee High School [NJ]........................... 144

304, 305, 309, 310, 312, 313, 314, 315, 326

Steinbrink, Abbey......................................... 253

Taylor, Susan.................... 156, 158, 161, 169, 245

Soule, Shannon.............................................261

Sterling High School [KS]......................203, 331

Taylor, Tammy................................................159

South Charlotte

Sterling Middle School [SC]......................... 255

Teague, Stephen........................................... 179

Shawnee Mission East High School [KS].................................. 261, 311

Tt

Shawnee Mission North High School [KS].....328

Middle School [NC]............................. 137, 254

Stevens High School [NJ].............................190

Tedrow, Casey................................................158

Shawnee Mission West High School [KS]..... 207

South Forsyth Middle School [GA].............. 252

Stevens High School [TX].............................190

Templeton, Casey.........................................260

Shcolnik, Stacey............................................ 175

South Harrison R-2 Junior/

Steward, Amy................................................331

Tenth Street School [WA]............................ 255 Terre Haute South Vigo

Sheets Memorial Christian School [NC]...... 254

Senior High School [MO]........................... 254

Stewart, Cheryl............................................. 229

Sheffield, Tread & Associates........ 72, 102, 108,

South Point High School [NC]...................... 173

Stewart, Jane................................................ 255

High School [IN]..........................................156

110, 111, 113, 129, 130, 132, 135, 139, 140,

South Tama County High School [IA]...........138

Stillwater Area High School [MN]................215

Terryville High School [CT]............................160

141, 167, 168, 176, 178, 186, 195, 199,

South Winneshiek High School [IA]............ 253

Stimmell, Kristin.............. 96, 152, 171, 221, 229,

Tesoro High School [CA]................212, 332, 334

202, 222, 225, 235, 236, 241, 247, 249

Southampton Academy [VA]...................... 255

237, 238, 239, 243, 245

Tewalt, Taylor...............................................306

351

Texas High School [TX]........273, 289, 290, 309 Thedford, Casi............................................... 339 Thoits, Shannon.............................................311 Thomas Ereckson Middle School [TX]......... 110 Thomas L. Sims Middle School [FL]...............................211, 329 Thomas, Michelle......................................... 254 Thompkins, Lisa............................................221 Thompson, Christina.................................... 255 Thompson, Jackie......................................... 252 Thompson, Kathleen.................................... 255 Thompson, Linda......................................... 255 Thompson, Nancy........................................ 224 Thompson, Renee........................................ 253 Thorn, Jessica................................................ 252 Thorsen, Janna.............................................. 242 Thursby, Dorothy.......................................... 252 Tiede, Giselle................................................ 322 Tiedens, Julie................................................. 191 Tiedmann, Rebecca...................................... 324 Tillett, Lyn..................................................... 254 Tillman, Megan..............................................247 Tittl, Pete....................................................... 116 Tivy High School [TX]....................................247 Todd, Cindy.............................. 80, 257, 259, 271 Tokay High School [CA]................................ 274 Tomczak, Heather........................................ 253 Tomlinson, Shelly......................................... 252 Topping, Jodi................................................. 224 Torrey Pines High School [CA]......................310 Tortarella, Laura....................................156, 239 Tosco, Sonny..................................................215

Vv

Vail Christian High School [CO].................... 252 Valley Christian High School [CA]......... 221, 252 Valley City High School [ND]........................ 254 Valley High School [NV]...............................285 Valley View High School [CA]............... 272, 308 Vallivue High School [ID]............................... 174 Valsing, Rachel..............................................146 Van Den Bos, Michelle.................................. 254 Van Hofwegen, Becky.................................. 248 Vance, Niki.....................................................341 Vander Aarde, Tom..........................95, 155, 232 Vanderhoff, Carol.......................................... 254 VanEarden, Grace............................................. 6 Verb, Betsy.....................................................237 Verona Senior High School [WI].... 216, 253, 255 Vick, Marsha................................................. 255 Vickers, Candace...........................................309 Viles, Deb...................................................... 234 Villa Madonna Academy [KY].......................... 3 Villeda, Emily................................................ 252 Villmer, Bryan............................................... 254 Vineland High School [NJ].............................145 Visconti, Andres............................................... 2 Vista High School [CA]..................................231 Vivone, John.................................................. 140 Vogt, Holly.....................................................247 Vollmar, Vicari......................................... 56, 259

Ww

Watchung Hills Regional High School [NJ].... 225

Willett, Maureen...........................................147

Waterford Union High School [WI].............. 255

William Lyon Mackenzie

Waterloo High School [WI].......................... 255

Collegiate Institute [ON]............................125

Waters, Robert..............................................313

Williams High School [NC]........................... 228

Watkins, Ashley............................................107

Williams, Brianna.........................................264

Watters, Margie............................................201

Williams, Callie..............................................158

Waud-Reiter, Amy........................................ 252

Williams, Mia.................................................134

Waupaca High School [WI].......................... 255

Williamstown High School [NJ]....................122

Wauzeka High School [WI].......................... 255

Williamsville East High School [NY]............ 236

Weatherford, Tonia........................................117

Williamsville North High School [NY]...........106

Weaver, LeAnne................................... 246, 252

Willits, Casey................................................ 266

Weaver, Whitnie........................................... 254

Wilson High School [CA]...............................214

Webb Schools [CA]........................................129

Wilson, Bill........................................ 12, 227, 231

Webb, Debra................................................. 255

Wilson, Carmen................................ 12, 227, 231

Webb, Rachel................................................ 236

Wilson, Heather............................................ 252

Webber Middle School [CO]......................... 252

Winard, Nicole.............................................. 255

Wei, Alan........................................................311

Winfrey, Faye................................................ 252

Weisman, Cortney......... 268, 308, 311, 314, 329

Winter Park High School [FL].......................210

Weiss, Dana........................... 146, 230, 231, 243

Wiregrass Ranch High School [FL].............. 269

Weld Central High School [CO].................... 252

Wisniowski, Brenda.......................................318

Weldon Secondary School [ON]....................195

Witt, Cherie.................................................. 253

Wellington Middle School [CO].................... 252

Wolters, Katie............................................... 243

Wentzel, KaTrina.......................... 142, 253, 260

Wong, Christina............................................ 255

Werhan, Linda.............................. 281, 296, 304

Woo, Roger................................................... 274

Wesley, Jr., Roy ..............................................134

Wood, Kimmy............................................... 252

Wesolek, Debbie............................................122

Wood, Tammie..............................................231

West Ashley High School [SC].....................200

Woodall, Tammy...........................................130

West Branch Area High School [PA].............162

Woodland High School [ME]........................ 253

West Catholic High School [MI]........... 253, 254

Woodlawn School [NC]................................ 233

West Central High School [SD].................... 249

Woodruff, Mary............................................ 108

West High School [CA].................................. 101

Woodward Academy [GA]............................. 127

West Shore Jr./Sr. High School [FL].....204, 307

Wright Mill Road Elementary School [AL].... 252

Trapani, Martina............................................128

Waddell, Rebecca......................................... 292

West Valley High School [CA]....................... 141

Wright, David.................................................247

Trezona, Kim..................... 96, 152, 171, 221, 229,

Wade, Susan................................................. 254

Westbrook, Ray...............................72, 259, 327

Wright, Jake............................. 76, 164, 165, 203

237, 238, 239, 243, 245

Wagner, Karen...............................................123

Western Canada High School [AB]............... 179

Wylie East High School [TX]........................ 339

Wagner, Nicole.............................................. 342

Westlake High School [TX]............. 80, 82, 257,

Wylie, Mackenzie..........................................261

High School [WA].......................................255

Wagner, Steve ............................... 212, 213, 241

259, 261, 270, 271

Trimnal, Wanda............................................ 220

Wahlert High School [IA]............................. 253

Westminster High School [MD]...................240

Trinity Academy [KS].................... 281, 296, 304

Wake Forest-Rolesville High School [NC]..... 96

Westmoore High School [OK].......................201

Trinity Christian School [GA]........................ 248

Wakefield High School [NC]..........................237

Westmoreland, Deidre................................. 222

Yale Banner Publications [CT].......................227

Trostel-Redmond, Diane...............................159

Wakeland High School [TX]..........................168

Westside Christian High School [OR].......... 254

Yales Center High School [KS]......................313

Troy Area High School [PA].......................... 255

Waldron, Sarah............................................. 246

Westwood Christian Academy [GA]............ 252

Yanes, Sergio................................................ 275

Tuinstra-Blunck, Therese............................. 255

Walker, Charelle............................................306

Westwood High School [AZ]............... 244, 324

Yang, Felix......................................................321

Tumbusch, Karissa.......................................240

Walnut Grove

Weyauwega Fremont High School [WI]...... 255

Yee, Elizabeth............................................... 262

Tri-Cities Prep Catholic

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Turcotte, Elaine.......... 91, 123, 125, 152, 192, 195

Middle School [TX].................... 301, 302, 306

Wheatland Union High School [CA]............ 252

Yelverton, Jr., Clyde........................223, 231, 238

Turkey Run Middle & High School [IN]......... 161

Walston, Shelly..............................................121

Wheeling High School [IL]............................150

Yoder, Joletta................................238, 253, 230

Tuttle, Zach..................................................309

Walter M. Williams High School [NC]......... 228

Whelan, Sarah.............................................. 333

Yonce, Melissa.............................................. 255

Tyrone Area High School [PA]...................... 255

Walton High School [GA]............................. 223

Whisler, Kari................................................... 176

Youth Christian School [GA]........................ 253

Wando High School [SC].............................. 104

Whitaker, Hank............... 103, 135, 172, 220, 237

Yukon High School [OK]................................213

Ward Melville High School [NY]......2, 268, 308,

Whitaker, Tammy..................... 93, 118, 221, 229

Yulo, Patricia.................................................. 157

311, 314, 329

White River High School [WA].....................194

Union Mine High School [CA]........................ 175

Ward, Roger..................................................306

White, Mary...........................................287, 307

University City High School [CA]..................227

Wardlaw Academy [SC]............................... 255

White, Paige...........................................20, 258

University Heights Academy [KY]............... 253

Wardlaw-Hartridge School [NJ]...................230

White, Paula................................................. 254

Zahasky, Emily...................................................1

University Laboratory School [HI]............... 253

Warhill High School [VA].............................. 144

Whitfield School [MO]..........................196, 333

Zellner, Jack................................................... 233

University of Michigan [MI]......................... 222

Warnke, Abby................................................281

Whitney High School [CA]....84, 86, 259, 314, 332

Zellner, Paige................................................ 342

Upstate Homeschool Co-Op [SC]................ 255

Warren Easton Charter High School [LA]..... 291

Whitney, Cedric............................................. 333

Zhou, Shirley................................................ 220

Urbandale High School [IA]...........................341

Warren, Kendell.............................................109

Whitten, Debbie........................................... 252

Zierath, Mande............................................. 243

Utica High School [MI]..................................149

Warren, Sarah............................................... 144

Wichita Independent School [KS]...............309

Zuniga, Ana...................................................107

Uzar, Jessica..................................................240

Warshauer, Michael.......................................139

Wiebe, Jodine................................................ 323

Zwerin, Marlene........................................... 245

Washington & Lee University [VA].............. 220

Willard, Angela..................................... 249, 255

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colophon

colophon The largest and most comprehensive publication of its type in the world, the Gotcha Covered Look Book, features 352 pages with a press run of 14,000 copies. Volume 11 features 64 more pages than the previous edition. The Gotcha Covered Look Book is a gallery of creative themes, cool covers, dazzling designs,

Four judges spent two days studying thousands of yearbooks for creative design and coverage ideas to highlight on the pages of the Gotcha Covered Look Book.

PRINTING: The Gotcha Covered Look Book

BINDING: Rounded and backed with

was printed in the U.S.A. by Jostens, using

headbands applied at the top and bottom.

relevant coverage, storytelling copy and action-

state-of-the-art digital prepress technology

packed photography carefully selected from

combined with computer-to-plate imaging

ENDSHEETS: Pantone Metallic Gold #872

and Komori Super Perfector offset presses.

was applied to Jostens Contempore endsheet

outstanding yearbooks printed by Jostens, Inc. As part of its commitment to education, the Gotcha Covered Look Book is provided to all high school yearbook staffs working with Jostens. EDITOR: John Dalke MANAGING EDITORS:

stock #268 Oxford White. This is 30% postPAGE CREATION: Gotcha Covered Look Book

consumer recycled paper. The same endsheet

pages were designed using Adobe InDesign

design is used in both the front and the back.

CS6 Version 8.0 and Jostens YearTech®. Page trim size is 9 x 12 inches.

DIGITAL IMAGING: R. R. Donnelley handled digital imaging of yearbook spreads and

TYPOGRAPHY: Different typographic

covers. Special thanks to Paul Lundgren,

weights and variations of Klavika were used.

account manager, for his attentiveness to

Designed by Eric Olson and released by the

the Look Book project.

Process Type Foundry in 2004, the company’s website calls Klavika “a full-featured,

Send inquiries regarding the Gotcha Covered

do-it-all sans serif for the needs of the 21st

Look Book to: john.dalke@jostens.com.

century.” The typeface was used by Jostens

This volume of the Gotcha Covered Look Book

Gary Lundgren

to brand its 115 anniversary publications.

Sally Schlosser

PAPER: The 352-inside pages were printed

delivery yearbooks that were submitted by

in process color on 100# Premium Matte

Aug. 27, 2012.

ART DIRECTOR: Chris Koshiol

paper available from Jostens. This Premium Matte paper offers the highest brightness and unparalleled print smoothness. This stock contains 10% post-consumer recycled

PRODUCTION ARTIST: Kit Neville

fiber content and carries the following certifications: Forest Stewardship Council [FSC], Sustainable Forestry Initiative [SFI] and Programme for Endorsement of Forest

showcases 2011 fall delivery and 2012 spring

Advisers are welcome to submit 2012 fall delivery and 2013 spring delivery yearbooks, printed by Jostens, to be considered for display in Volume 12 of the Gotcha Covered Look Book. A copy of the Entry Form is available on YearbookAvenue.com. Yearbooks will not be returned and should be postmarked by June 28, 2013, and shipped to:

JUDGING TEAM:

Certification [PEFC].

John Dalke

COVER: The Custom Litho Combo cover

Look Book Submissions

Sheryl Fulton

was printed in process color and Pantone

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Metallic Gold #872. Super Matte lamination

Minneapolis, MN 55435

Gary Lundgren Sara Sausker

Jostens, Inc.

was applied with gloss UV application highlighting the photographs and metallic gold. Selected elements are embossed

PHOTO CONTEST CAPTIONS: Sherri Taylor © Copyright 2013 by Jostens, Inc. Printed in the USA. 12-1002, Item #2023.

to register, at multi-levels, from a fully modeled, full-lid die. Linen #1178 grain was used to highlight the front panel.

Liner: 1 5/16”

__ Rough Draft or __Use As Is

2 3/16 inch Backbone Liner 1 5/16”

Plant Name:

LOOK BOOKthe 11 dotted lines School Name Spine JOSTENS Text must fit within

Backbone: 2 3/16”

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JOB:

School Name:


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