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JOSTENS LOOK BOOK 2017


BOOKS 7 SPREADS 79 COVERS 175 WINNERS 203 INDEX 288 Producing a yearbook is a great responsibility and an even greater challenge. After all, it represents your school and everyone in it. Jostens Look Book 2017 showcases yearbook staffs that have met the challenge, giving their all to create a great book. Hard work, late nights and a lot of passion are behind these innovative designs. Because when your heart is in it, the end result is inspiring.

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If your heart is in it...it shows

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Spread the love. Your digital connection to the latest on-point content concerning all things yearbook and journalism. When you make a yearbook, you learn skills you will use for the rest of your lives. You create a product that your peers will treasure for the rest of their lives. Yearbook is amazing and we love it as much as you do. We’ve created a home for all things yearbook.

yearbooklove.com

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“Kids inspire me every day when I see them invest so much to create a yearbook for their peers. I love when they reach for magic, grab it and throw it on the page. Nothing is better.” — Mitch Eden, Kirkwood HS, MO

“When I see what students can produce with foundational knowledge and guidance, and how their yearbook experiences shape their futures, I know that what we are doing as yearbook teachers is fundamental.” — Ava Butzu, Grand Blanc HS, MI

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MOST INCLUSIVE RECOGNIZING ONE OF AMERICA’S

MILFORD MILL ACADEMY [MD]

ABSOLUTELY BOOK AT AT LEAST LEAST THREE THREETIMES TIMES ABSOLUTELY EVERYONE EVERYONE IN IN THE BOOK

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From cover to cover these books tell a cohesive story with creativity and innovation.

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THE AVIARY | Holmes Middle School, Livonia, MI

1.1 The Journey Litho/Litho Combo Super Matte Lamination

“There are many aspects to The Journey, the journey that is unique to you. The first step is to accept the challenge and to choose your path. Along the way, we might struggle on that path. There might be roads, short cuts, obstacles, or bumps; whether it’s forward or backward we will work so that we may continually grow as a person. We constantly reflect on what we have learned and discover that everything happens for a reason. Even though the moments in the middle are what make the story, we have a choice to reach our own incomparable destination. So, in the end, how will you find your way?” 2016 ADVISER Russ Keberly

REPRESENTATIVE Rianne Price

1.2 Theme Package Dominance Hierarchy Graphic Accent Photo Illustration Magazine Style

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OPENING

DIVIDER

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1.3 Student Life Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Magazine Style Modular

1.4 Student Life Contact Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Photo Illustration Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Magazine Style Modular

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DETAILS | Whitney High School, Rocklin, CA

2.1 MORE is Our Thing Litho/Litho Combo Graining (cutout) Silk-screening Super Matte Lamination

“No matter how busy things seem, we find time to fill a fan bus (or three), pull off a one-person show or make it to the review session before a big test. We follow new accounts as they pop up on social media, celebrate wins together and rally behind our Wildcat family. While we encounter changes like a retiring principal and face challenges such as illness and loss, we keep spirit alive, strengthening our bonds. Though life is crazy, we take chaos in stride and surpass expectations, showing that for each of the many things happening, there is so much MORE than we could have hoped for.� 2016 ADVISER Sarah Nichols

2.2 People Contrast Dominance Repetition Expanded Spacing [v] Cut-out Photo Folio Content Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Whole Book Link Modular

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REPRESENTATIVE Bryan Durda


2.3 OPENING

OPENING

DIVIDER

OPENING

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OPENING

Opening/Closing Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Expanded Spacing [v] Graphic Accent Quick Read Quote Display Whole Book Link Magazine Style

DIVIDER

OPENING

2.4 Special Spreads Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Tight Spacing Background Folio Content Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Whole Book Link Magazine Style

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DRAGON | Round Rock High School, Round Rock, TX

3.1 Your Chance to be Seen and Heard

Embossed Precision Cut Silk-screening

“Not every memory was vivid, but every moment and story made the year as unique as the 3,200 students who roamed the halls, filled the classes, took the field and gave back to the community. This is your chance to be remembered.” 2016 ADVISER Sharon Kubicek

3.2 Academics Repetition Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Folio Content Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Modular

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REPRESENTATIVE Brad Golub


3.3 Sports Contract Dominance Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Folio Content Headline Packaging Photo Package Quick Read Modular

3.4 Theme Package Contrast Dominance Photo Eye Flow Repetition Background Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Quote Display Rule Lines Magazine Style OPENING

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ECHO | Grand Blanc High School, Grand Blanc, MI

4.1 In Part Litho/Litho Combo Matte Lamination Slipcover

“What sets you apart? It’s easy to feel reduced to just a stereotype, just a name, just a number; but we would be nothing without: Those who wake up earlier each morning and train until they can’t do another rep in the set. Those who carry instruments twice their size up and down the football field. Those who lose sleep trying to make Pi a rational number. Our smallest parts make the biggest impact.” 2016 ADVISER Ava Butzu

4.2 Special Spreads Contrast Repetition Graphic Accent Quick Read Typographic

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REPRESENTATIVE Rianne Price


4.3 Theme Package Dominance Photo Eye Flow Repetition Tight Spacing Background Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Magazine Style

OPENING

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EL PAISANO | Westlake High School, Austin, TX

5.1 Small Things Litho/Litho Combo Embossing Graining (cutout) Special Press Ink Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

“From sports to academics to everyday life, we found fresh beginnings and new ways to create a place where every small thing mattered. During early morning football workouts, cross-country runs or dramatic saves in soccer, a single moment could be all it took to change momentum. All it took was one instant of inspiration and everything became more meaningful. Paying attention to the small things often led to significant and something surprising results.� 2016 ADVISER Cindy Todd

REPRESENTATIVE Brad Golub

5.2 Dividers Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Quote Display Magazine Style

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DIVIDER

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5.3 Opening/Closing Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Expanded Spacing [v] Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Magazine Style

5.4 Sports Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Photo Eye Flow Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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ETRUSCAN | Glenbrook South High School, Glenview, IL

6.1 All In Litho/Litho Combo ShineFX Super Matte Lamination

“Learning and self expression isn’t confined to the walls of a classroom. We don’t all have to like the same things. We don’t all have to think the same things. But whatever we do, we do with passion and where we choose to pursue it, we feel included. So what makes us different is—no matter what we choose to do, we always, in all ways, are all in.” 2016 ADVISER Brenda Field

6.2 Chronological Sports Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Photo Eye Flow Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Whole Book Link Modular

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REPRESENTATIVE Craig Rosenberger


6.3

FRONT ENDSHEET

OPENING

OPENING

DIVIDER

Theme Package Contrast Dominance Photo Eye Flow Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Folio Content Graphic Accent Whole Book Link Magazine Style

6.4 Student Life Contrast Photo Eye Flow Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Tight Spacing Cut-out Photo Folio Content Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Whole Book Link Modular

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FENTONIAN | Fenton High School, Fenton, MI

7.1 Like No Other Litho/Litho Combo Spot UV Embossing Super Matte Lamination

“We are the Tigers and we bleed orange and black. We are a culmination of events, places and people that make our school more than a school. We are made from lake days, Friday night student sections and late study nights at Panera. We are like no one but ourselves, and even though we try to fit in, we try even harder to stand out. We are like no other and proud of it.” 2016 ADVISER Pam Bunka

7.2 Student Life Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Photo Eye Flow Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Tight Spacing Background Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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REPRESENTATIVE Mike Page


7.3 People Contrast Hierarchy Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

7.4 Dominance Hierarchy Photo Eye Flow Repetition Background Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Rule Lines Magazine Style

FRONT ENDSHEET

OPENING

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HORNET | Bryant High School, Bryant, AR

8.1 Balance Litho/Litho Combo Quarterbinding Silk-screening Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

“I manage all seven classes by staying focused and staying out of trouble. In ninth grade I got into some trouble. It was really affecting my grades, but I started to get myself together. Good things happen when you set your priorities. Focus and dedication are key to being a good athlete. With the love and support of my family and friends, I am able to stay focused on getting it done in the classroom and continue living my dream.” 2016 ADVISER Lisa Stine

REPRESENTATIVE Natasha Durham

8.2 Opening/Closing Contrast Dominance Photo Eye Flow Repetition Graphic Accent Quote Display Magazine Style

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OPENING 1

OPENING 2

OPENING 3

OPENING 4


8.3 Chronological Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Photo Eye Flow Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Whole Book Link Modular

8.4 People Dominance Repetition Cut-out Photo Repetition Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Magazine Style

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THE HOWL | Southwest Career and Technical Academy, Las Vegas, NV

9.1 WHOA Embossed Silk-screening

“W.H.O.A.—Wow! Hey! OMG! Aha! High school is full of moments that make you stop and think: ‘WHOA, I can think.’ ‘HEY, this is a place I can call home.’ ‘WOW, I can’t believe I’ll be graduating soon.’ ‘AHA, I finally understand geometry!’ ‘OMG, that guy is so cute.’” 2016 ADVISER Matthew LaPorte

9.2 Chronological Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Photo Eye Flow Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Tight Spacing Cut-out Photo Folio Content Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Magazine Style

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REPRESENTATIVES Judy Allen, Michelle Allen


9.3 Theme Package Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Cut-out Photo Folio Content Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Quote Display Rule Lines Magazine Style FRONT ENDSHEET

OPENING

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9.4 Student Life Contrast Hierarchy Repetition Background Cut-out Photo Folio Content Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Quick Read Magazine Style

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THE IMAGE | Dos Pueblos High School, Goleta, CA

10.1 Record Litho/Litho Combo ShineFX Super Matte Lamination

“What follows is a record of our own. Each year we try to describe our school and capture its essence using a theme in the opening and closing. This record, a collage or collection of snapshots gathered from 13 previous yearbooks spanning from 1966 to today, is a display of our school as an institution throughout history—from day one until now. We hope that this compilation is fitting to represent the past 50 years. It preserves our timelines and displays the veins of evolution and community that have followed us, all in one cohesive record.” 2016 ADVISER John Dent

10.2 Sports Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Photo Eye Flow Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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REPRESENTATIVE Len Quinlan


10.3 Chronological Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Photo Eye Flow Repetition Tight Spacing Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Quick Read Quote Display Modular

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OPENING

DIVIDER/SECTION

MONTHLY SUBDIVISION

CLOSING

Theme Package Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Tight Spacing Background Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Illustration Photo Package Rule Lines Magazine Style

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INVICTUS | Ward Melville High School, East Setauket, NY

11.1 The This or That Game

Litho/Litho Combo Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

“High school is a series of choices, each one carving out your path. Every second you make a small decision, but those are what shape the big ones. It’s a path of dominoes, one piece leaning on the next. You’re the hero in your story. Slay decisions, take a chance and make your choice—in the game of this or that.” 2016 ADVISER Cortney Weisman

REPRESENTATIVE Matt Stucchio

11.2 Dividers Student Life Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Folio Content Graphic Accent Photo Illustration Magazine Style

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11.3 Sports Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Photo Eye Flow Repetition Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Cut-out Photo Folio Content Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

11.4 Student Life Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Folio Content Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Modular

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KABEKONIAN | Stillwater Area High School, Stillwater, MN

12.1 We’ve Told You 100 Times

Litho/Litho Combo Foil Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

“We’ve got a story to tell…we’ve told you 100 times. Now it’s your turn to tell your story, to ensure that our traditions will be carried on. We want to make sure others will still bear witness to a sea of red, black and white at our stadium ten more decades from now. To celebrate this milestone book, students gave 100 reasons why they love this school, which run across the top of the pages. We hope you will treat this book as a treasured time capsule and revisit its pages tomorrow, in a week, next month and years from now as it becomes more valuable with time.” 2016 ADVISER Laurie Hansen

12.2 Dividers Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Photo Eye Flow Repetition Tight Spacing Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Whole Book Link Magazine Style

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REPRESENTATIVE Mike Pankoff


12.3

SPORTS

SPORTS

SPORTS

SPORTS

Sports Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Scoreboard Whole Book Link Modular

12.4 Academics Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Scoreboard Whole Book Link Modular

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LEGACY | Green Valley High School, Henderson, NV

13.1 Based on the True Story

Embossed Graining (cutout) Precision Cut Quarterbinding Silk-screening

“Stories have the power to inspire, to bring people together, to ignite change. They are told from different perspectives with overlapping characters and events, but they all come from the same truth. It is our job, as storytellers, to recount this truth in the most accurate way possible. But we are also faced with the great challenge of deciding which stories to tell. We think back to the power that stories hold and hope that these stories teach, inspire and maybe even help someone.� 2016 ADVISER Julie Goldstein

13.2 Sports Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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REPRESENTATIVES Judy Allen, Michelle Allen


13.3 People Contrast Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Whole Book Link Modular

13.4 Theme Package Contrast Dominance Photo Eye Flow Expanded Spacing [v] Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Quote Display Rule Lines Magazine Style

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LONE STAR | James Bowie High School, Austin, TX

14.1 More Than That Embossed Foil Silk-screening

“You think you know who we are. When people think of us, they think of a rowdy student section with the best athletic teams in the district. They think of us as cookie-cutter kids with no diversity, which couldn’t be farther from the truth. We may be cocky (and a little bit obnoxious) but to us that means we have something to be proud of. There is so much more depth to us that you need to know before smacking a label on us. We are more than a label. We are James Bowie High School and we are More Than That.” 2016 ADVISER Deanna Dellana

REPRESENTATIVE Brad Golub

14.2 Opening/Closing Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Photo Eye Flow Repetition Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Magazine Style

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OPENING

OPENING

OPENING

CLOSING


14.3 Chronological Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Photo Eye Flow Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

14.4 Special Spreads Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Photo Eye Flow Repetition Tight Spacing Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Quote Display Rule Lines Magazine Style

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MARKSMEN | St. Mark’s School of Texas, Dallas, TX

15.1 Day In, Day Out Embossed Debossing Silk-screening Paper Litho Wrap

“The phrase ‘Day In, Day Out’ captures the lives of the students, faculty and staff of this community. After waking up early and staying late into the night, it’s tough to tell where one day stops and the next one begins. Weekends often offer additional time to help out the community or catch up on work rather than offering a break for the St. Mark’s community. The names of each section sum up what it means to contribute to this community. Whether it’s burning the midnight oil or putting one’s nose to the grindstone, the work of Marksmen never stops.” 2016 ADVISER Ray Westbrook

15.2 Sports Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Tight Spacing Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Illustration Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Magazine Style

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REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates


15.3

INTRO SPREAD

CONTINUED COVERAGE

INTRO SPREAD

CONTINUED COVERAGE

Two-Spread Packages Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Tight Spacing Background Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Illustration Photo Package Rule Lines Magazine Style

15.4 Student Life Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Photo Eye Flow Repetition Tight Spacing Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Magazine Style

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THE MILLER | Yukon High School, Yukon, OK

16.1 We are Here Litho/Litho Combo Graining (cutout) Precision Cut ShineFX Super Matte Lamination

“Through it all we strove to leave our mark, one that reflected we were here. A collective enthusiasm abounded as we broke from the gate and carried momentum to our destination. We were here and we would not be denied. After 174 days of triumph, we embark on our next adventure. We are here and we have arrived. At the end, one by one, we walked across a stage. A united body uttered ‘we are done here.’” 2016 ADVISER Erik Jackson

16.2 Student Life Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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REPRESENTATIVE Bart Baker


16.3 Organizations Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Tight-spacing Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

16.4 Opening/Closing Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Expanded Spacing [h] Background Graphic Accent Rule Lines Magazine Style

OPENING

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PIONEER | Kirkwood High School, Kirkwood, MO

17.1 Pioneer Embossed Silkscreening

“For exactly 150 years, the Kirkwood School District has been providing K–12 education to students in and out of the city. It was founded as a segregated school back when students learned with pencils and chalk in hand at the end of the Civil War era. Eventually technology took over classrooms replacing old techniques with ActivBoards and iPads. But no matter who you are, we all share this history and, at the end of the day, you hail this high school with red and white ingrained in you. It’s always a great day to be a Pioneer.” 2016 ADVISER Mitch Eden

REPRESENTATIVE Ed Sugden

17.2 Theme Package Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Graphic Accent Photo Illustration Magazine Style

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17.3 Sports Contrast Dominance Repetition Tight Spacing Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Quote Display Rule Lines Magazine Style

17.4 Student Life Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Background Graphic Accent Quick Read Rule Lines Magazine Style

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THE PROWLER | Panther Creek High School, Cary, NC

18.1 Prismatic Litho/Litho Combo ShineFX Super Matte Lamination

“In the past ten years, we have been shaped to represent our core values of high expectations, collaboration and personal responsibility for learning. This year’s triumphs and our students’ success stories have earned us our pinnacle, which has created a perception in which the community observes and applauds our success. Together we create the vision and that is Prismatic.” 2016 ADVISER Courtney Black

18.2 Student Life Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Photo Eye Flow Repetition Tight Spacing Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Quick Read Modular

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REPRESENTATIVES Kim Trezona, Sarah Griffin, Kristin Stimmell


18.3 Theme Package Contrast Dominance Repetition Tight Spacing Background Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Rule Lines Magazine Style FRONT ENDSHEET

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18.4 Academics Dominance Hierarchy Photo Eye Flow Repetition Tight Spacing Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Quote Display Modular

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REBELATION | Champlin Park High School, Champlin, MN

19.1 Out of the Blue Litho/Litho Combo Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

“Students mastered learning targets and athletes met team and individual goals. The student body celebrated its successes. Some things could have been predicted about this year, but others were quite astonishing. Expected or not, there were many reasons to be proud to be a part of this family. In this place, we are Out of the Blue.� 2016 ADVISER Liz Keeling

19.2 Opening/Closing Contrast Repetition Tight Spacing Folio Content Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Modular

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REPRESENTATIVE Mike Pankoff


19.3 Dividers Contrast Dominance Photo Eye Flow Repetition Tight Spacing Folio Content Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Modular

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OUT OF THE BLUE

OUT OF THE BLUE

OUT OF THE BLUE

OUT OF THE BLUE

Theme Special Section Contrast Dominance Repetition Tight Spacing Folio Content Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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RED CEDAR LOG | Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

20.1 Sharp Angles Litho/Litho Combo ShineFX Matte Lamination

“Upon arrival, you see campus and its broad entirety, eager to explore where adjacent paths lead and who or what intersects them. These evolved perceptions of a new place to call home occur during a journey filled with moments of pride. Through trial and error, we take a 180 and finish the student saga, each a different person. From the first day of lecture to the final toss of a tassel, we approach problems by looking for crisp ideas. Looking from more than one vantage point. Venturing for smarter solutions. More sharp angles.� 2016 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Natalie Kozma

REPRESENTATIVE Rianne Price

20.2 Sports Dominance Hierarchy Photo Eye Flow Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Magazine Style

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SPORTS

SPORTS

SPORTS

SPORTS


20.3 Student Life Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Photo Eye Flow Repetition Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Quote Display Rule Lines Magazine Style

20.4 Student Life Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Photo Eye Flow Repetition Headline Packaging Graphic Accent Magazine Style

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SAGA | Loudoun Valley High School, Purcellville, VA

21.1 So Many Stories Litho/Litho Combo ShineFX Super Matte Lamination

“Some stories are long, some stories are short. Some stories end happily and some end tragically. Some stories come in passing and some stay with you for the rest of your life. With so many stories to tell, we included as many as we could, while keeping you in mind.� 2016 ADVISER Martha Akers

21.2 Chronological Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Cut-Out Photo Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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REPRESENTATIVE Gary Lundgren


DUST JACKET/POSTER

21.3 Dividers Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Photo Eye Flow Repetition Tight Spacing Graphic Accent Quote Display Modular

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SPECIFICS | Seven Lakes Junior High School, Katy, TX

22.1 Frame of [mind] Embossed Debossing Silk-screening

“We are unique individuals with our own thoughts, beliefs, values, opinions, attitudes and learning styles. But over the past 179 days, we have shared at least one important thing in common: A Spartan FRAME OF [mind].” 2016 ADVISER Katie Frazier

22.2 Opening/Closing Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Tight Spacing Graphic Accent Photo Illustration Magazine Style

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REPRESENTATIVE Donna Magana


22.3 People Dominance Graphic Accent Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

PEOPLE

PEOPLE

PEOPLE/CLASS DIVIDER

PEOPLE/CLASS DIVIDER

22.4 Chronological Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Photo Eye Flow Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Tight Spacing Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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THE SURFER | Coronado Middle School, Coronado, CA

23.1 Focus Precision Cut ShineFX Super Matte Lamination

“Focus. It’s a small word with a big meaning. The key to seeing clearly is to focus. Have a growth mindset, find new opportunities, change your perspective and adjust your lens. Zeroing in on these things will bring you success. Focus on your work, classes, school, activities, friends and family. As Tritons, we focus on each other and things that define us. This year, we focus on us. Focus.” 2016 ADVISER Amy Steward

23.2 Sports Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Photo Eye Flow Repetition Tight Spacing Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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REPRESENTATIVE Trey Locke


23.3 People Repetition Expanded Spacing [v] Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Modular

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CHRONOLOGICAL

CHRONOLOGICAL

CHRONOLOGICAL

CHRONOLOGICAL

Chronological Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Tight Spacing Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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TIGER | Bentonville High School, Bentonville, AR

24.1 Just BE Litho/Litho Combo Foil Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

“Just woke up. I’m on my way to zero hour and it’s 7:05. No coffee for me. I hit every light on the way there and have to book it to the far building. I curse the clock for moving too fast but silently admit to myself that one day I’ll miss the familiarity of these walls. Someday I’ll look back at this moment and long for the days when I could be a Tiger. How will you find your way?” 2016 ADVISER Ace Horton

REPRESENTATIVE Randy Joe Hamilton

24.2 Theme Package Dominance Repetition Graphic Accent Photo Illustration Magazine Style Typographic

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OPENING

OPENING

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DIVIDER


24.3 Student Life Repetition Background Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Magazine Style

24.4 Student Life Dominance Repetition Tight Spacing Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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TONITRUS | Rocklin High School, Rocklin, CA

25.1 Now It’s Personal Litho/Litho Combo Covers personalized by students

“Rocklin is personal because…there is a home for everybody. Students help other students through tutoring. Staff and students put in an effort to keep campus beautiful. Upperclassmen choreograph for students in the Dance 1 classes. Serving others is an integral part of the culture. Teammates become family through off-season training, dinners and games. Alumni make a conscious effort to return to the campus and make a positive impact. It’s personal…it’s now.” 2016 ADVISER Casey Nichols

REPRESENTATIVE Bryan Durda

25.2 Theme Feature Dominance Hierarchy Photo Eye Flow Repetition Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Magazine Style

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THEME FEATURE

THEME FEATURE

THEME FEATURE

THEME FEATURE


25.3 “The purpose of two covers was to add the idea of making things more personal. The white cover is to be personalized by having students paint, sketch, sticker and sign. Our thinking was that students would have the opportunity to make the yearbook their own by decorating the cover to their own style,� according to the editors. The underclass yearbooks were white with a photo dust jacket. For the senior yearbooks, a photo appeared on the cover and the dust jackets were white to set the yearbooks apart for the graduating class.

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TOUCHSTONE | Stony Point High School, Round Rock, TX

26.1 Remember That Day Litho/Litho Combo Embossing Graining (cutout) Tip-on Super Matte Lamination

“Dear old friend, how have you been? This may be very out of the blue and extremely overdue, but remember all of the times we had together, by each other’s side? Remember that day sitting in chemistry, laughing at the teacher? Remember that day getting asked to homecoming and how awkward your date was? Remember that day we went on a drive with no final destination? Remember the days, because before you know it, they will be gone.” 2016 ADVISER Rebecca Plumley

26.2 Organizations Contrast Hierarchy Photo Eye Flow Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Cut-out Photo Folio Content Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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REPRESENTATIVE Brad Golub


26.3 Theme Package Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Folio Content Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Illustration Magazine Style OPENING

OPENING

DIVIDER

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26.4 Organizations Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Cut-out Photo Folio Content Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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TRADITION | John Paul Stevens High School, San Antonio, TX

27.1 What We’re MADE of...

Litho/Litho Combo Debossing Super Matte Lamination

“Our school is made of more than just bricks and mortar. We are not a building, but rather individuals that fill these halls. We are the dedication of the cross-country runner who represents us at State. We are award-winning photographers, designers and writers who preserve the memories of this school. We are made of students from across the world—Japan, Saudi Arabia, Mexico and more. We are teachers and administrators who have been here since the beginning. We are the family that makes the building what it is, and we know what we are made of.” 2016 ADVISER Christine Keyser-Fanick

27.2 Academics Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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REPRESENTATIVE Mica Carpenter


27.3 Sports Dominance Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Scoreboard Modular

27.4 Dividers Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Photo Eye Flow Background Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Magazine Style

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THE TRIBUTE | Heritage High School, Frisco, TX

28.1 Fill the Gap Litho/Litho Combo Embossing Debossing Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

“The purpose of this theme was to cover how students use their time from the first day of freshman year to the last day of senior year. The goal was to not only cover the big events, but also to focus on the little moments in-between that define the year and make up the students’ high school experience. Our aim was to show how each individual and each moment come together to make up the school year.” 2016 ADVISER Rebecca Pollard

REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates

28.2 Theme Package Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Photo eye flow Repetition Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Magazine Style

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OPENING

DIVIDER

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CLOSING


28.3 Chronological Contrast Hierarchy Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Folio Content Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

28.4 Chronological Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Folio Content Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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TRITON | Palos Verdes High School, Palos Verdes Estates, CA

29.1 Between the Red & Black

Litho/Litho Combo ShineFX Super Matte Lamination

“Between the red and black were students driven by passion. We were the individuals who pushed each other to accomplish our goals. Outsiders saw us as one entity composed of a blend of red and black. They didn’t look closely enough to see what was between the red and black. They couldn’t see who we really were. We were talented and proud and supportive of each other’s many skills. But above all, we were different.” 2016 ADVISER Susan Pavelka

29.2 Sports Contrast Repetition Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Illustration Magazine Style

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REPRESENTATIVE Kari Agee


29.3 Dividers Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Headline Packaging Photo Illustration Magazine Style

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29.4 Sports Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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TRIUNE | Trinity High School, Euless, TX

30.1 BOLD Litho/Litho Combo Graining (cutout) Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

“Dauntless. Accomplished. Fearless. Energized. Spirited. Brave. Alive. Confident. Proud. United. Loud. Active. Strong. Determined. Outspoken. Extraordinary. Resilient. Tenacious. Valiant. Vivid. Bright. Audacious. Striking.” 2016 ADVISER Christine Davis

30.2 Opening/Closing Contrast Dominance Photo Eye Flow Repetition Graphic Accent Magazine Style

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REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates


30.3 Dividers Contrast Dominance Repetition Graphic Accent Magazine Style

30.4

ACADEMICS

ACADEMICS

ACADEMICS

ACADEMICS

Academics Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Modular

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TROJAN | North Hall High School, Gainesville, GA

31.1 Now You Know Litho/Litho Combo Super Matte Lamination

“We spent weeks listing possible themes and collectively decided on the theme ‘Now You Know.’ We wanted our book to give insight into interesting stories about the students and faculty at North Hall High School. The point of a yearbook is to tell stories of the year, and our goal was for those reading our book to discover information about one another that they didn’t know before, leading to the phrase, ‘Now You Know.’” 2016 ADVISER Tessa Shirley

REPRESENTATIVE Sean McCarthy

31.2 Dividers Dominance Photo Eye Flow Tight Spacing Background Folio Content Quote Display Magazine Style

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DIVIDER

SUBDIVISION

DIVIDER

DIVIDER


31.3 Chronological Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Photo Eye Flow Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Folio Content Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

31.4 Sports Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Cut-out Photo Folio Content Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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VALHALLA | North Salinas High School, Salinas, CA

32.1 Unseen Litho/Litho Combo ShineFX Super Matte Lamination

“This is our story: where we reveal aspects of our daily lives that go unnoticed or simply get lost in the multitude. The only thing people seem to see is the outcome; they push aside the process it takes to get to a certain place. In some instances, the place we want to be requires much more time and effort than we expect. However, we know that in the end it will all be worth it. In four years of high school, we create memories, learn life lessons and fulfill accomplishments that will shape the rest of our lives forever.� 2016 ADVISER Jennifer Ghastin

32.2 Chronological Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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REPRESENTATIVE Melissa Ann Pfeiffer


32.3 Theme Package Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Photo Eye Flow Repetition Graphic Accent Rule Lines Magazine Style

FRONT ENDSHEET

OPENING

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DIVIDER

32.4 Sports Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Quick Read Rule Lines Modular

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THE VESPA | Kealing Middle School, Austin, TX

33.1 30/30 Vision Litho/Litho Combo Embossing Aqueous Coating

“No matter where you end up, chances are, every now and then, you’ll think back to this year and your time here, and how it impacted who you are and who you’ve become. You’ll remember who you were and 30/30 vision will take a whole new meaning. Look back often—it’s all a part of looking forward and creating your own 30/30 vision.” 2016 ADVISER Kristen Scott

33.2 Student Life Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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REPRESENTATIVE Brad Golub


33.3 People Contrast Repetition Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Quick Read Quote Display Modular

33.4 Theme Package Contrast Dominance Repetition Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Magazine Style

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VIEO | Castle View High School, Castle Rock, CO

34.1 Just Like Never Before

Embossed Debossing Silk-screening

“This year, it’s just not the same. Castle View as we knew it for the past nine years is no longer. The changes were tangible; concrete examples of how we moved forward were everywhere. The tenth anniversary of Castle View High School was more than just a year. It was the start of an era where we made traditions by breaking them. It was just like never before.” 2016 ADVISER Jessica Leifheit

REPRESENTATIVE Peter Griffin

34.2 Theme Package Dominance Photo Eye Flow Repetition Graphic Accent Scoreboard Magazine Style

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OPENING

OPENING

OPENING

DIVIDER


34.3 Student Life Dominance Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Folio Content Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

34.4 Sports Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Photo Eye Flow Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Folio Content Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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ZEPHYR | West Forsyth High School, Cumming, GA

35.1 Always Embossed Facet Foil Debossing Foil Silk-screening

“From the roar of the crowd to the burst of the confetti, fans are always supportive of our teams. Whether it be cheering them on or competing for the best student section in Georgia, the fans never disappoint. The themed games are what bring us together. Our passion and pride is what drives us, we are forever confident in who we are. We are always Wolverines.” 2016 ADVISER Maureen Farry

35.2 Sports Contrast Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Whole Book Link Modular

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REPRESENTATIVE Sean McCarthy


35.3 Theme Package Dominance Graphic Accent Magazine Style

OPENING

OPENING

DIVIDER

CLOSING

35.4 Chronological Contrast Hierarchy Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Whole Book Link Modular

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MOST INCLUSIVE RECOGNIZING ONE OF AMERICA’S

MID-PACIFIC INSTITUTE [HI]

ABSOLUTELY EVERYONE IN THE BOOK AT LEAST THREE TIMES


SPREADS Meaningful spreads that make a unique statement about their school.

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SPREADS 01 SPARTAN Orono High School Long Lake, MN 2016 ADVISER Sarah Cole REPRESENTATIVE Nicole Horvat Special Spreads Repetition Expanded Spacing [v] Graphic Accent Quick Read Quote Display Magazine Style

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VISION | Whitewater High School, Fayetteville, GA

NAUTILUS | Laguna Beach High School, Laguna Beach, CA

2016 ADVISER Joshua Hitson | REPRESENTATIVE Lauren Logsdon

2016 ADVISER Carolen Sadler REPRESENTATIVES Steve Wagner, Jonathan Molvik

People, Contrast, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Modular

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Chronological, Dominance, Photo Eye Flow, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular


04 SPOTLIGHT American Heritage School/Plantation Plantation, FL 2016 ADVISER Diana Adams REPRESENTATIVE Julie Maddaleni Chronological Dominance Repetition Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Quick Read Rule Lines Modular

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SEAMAN | Seaman High School, Topeka, KS

THE CHASE | Chase County Jr.-Sr. High School, Cottonwood Falls, KS

2016 ADVISER Kelly Neiman | REPRESENTATIVE Jeff Jasper

2016 ADVISER Linda Drake | REPRESENTATIVE Derius Mammen

Academics, Contrast, Graphic Accent, Headline Packaging, Rules Lines, Modular

People, Contrast, Repetition, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Quote, Display, Rule Lines, Magazine Style, Modular

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SPREADS 07 EXCALIBUR Orange Lutheran High School Orange, CA 2016 ADVISER Rachel Abijay REPRESENTATIVE Brett Baird People Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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AUGUSTAN | Augusta High School, Augusta, KS

ECHOES | Wichita High School East, Wichita, KS

2016 ADVISER Julie Barker | REPRESENTATIVES Travis Feil, Marco Reyes

2016 ADVISER Sharon Martin | REPRESENTATIVES Travis Feil, Marco Reyes

Chronological, Dominance, Photo Eye Flow, Expanded Spacing [h], Graphic Accent, Headline Packaging, Rule Lines, Modular

Opening/Closing, Dominance, Background, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Magazine Style


10 PANTHER DEN Liberty Hill High School Liberty Hill, TX 2016 ADVISER Kristina Boren REPRESENTATIVE Brad Golub Academics Contrast Dominance Repetition Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Modular

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THUNDERBIRD | Skyline Schools, Pratt, KS

CRUSADER | Kapaun Mt. Carmel Catholic High School, Wichita, KS

2016 ADVISER Judy Hampel | REPRESENTATIVE Jake Wright

2016 ADVISER Elaine Robinson | REPRESENTATIVES Travis Feil, Marco Reyes

Academics, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Headline Packaging, Photo Package, Modular

Special Spreads, Repetition, Cut-out Photo, Folio Content, Graphic Accent, Headline Packaging, Quick Read, Quote Display, Magazine Style

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SPREADS 13 THE SAMMAMISH Issaquah High School Issaquah, WA 2016 ADVISER Ellen Jarvinen REPRESENTATIVE Jim Bellomo Organizations Repetition Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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THE WARRIOR | d’Iberville High School, d’Iberville, MS

LIBERATOR | Pace High School, Pace, FL

2016 ADVISER Mandy Mahan | REPRESENTATIVE Chris Creswell

2016 ADVISER Monica Bondurant | REPRESENTATIVE Steve Wingbermuehle

Special Spreads, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Rule Lines, Magazine Style

Chronological, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Photo Eye Flow, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular


16 DRAGON Halstead High School Halstead, KS 2016 ADVISER Ashley Watkins REPRESENTATIVES Travis Feil Marco Reyes Student Life Dominance Photo Eye Flow Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Background Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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ACCIPITOR | Alta High School, Sandy, UT

OAKLEAVES | Fayetteville-Manlius High School, Manlius, NY

2016 ADVISER Denise Ferguson | REPRESENTATIVE Jason Castleton

2016 ADVISER Elizabeth DelConte | REPRESENTATIVE Laura Tortarella

Special Spreads, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Cut-out Photo, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Magazine Style

Sports, Contrast, Dominance, Photo Eye Flow, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Modular

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SPREADS 19 ROUND-UP Coppell High School Coppell, TX 2016 ADVISER Sallyanne Harris REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Chronological Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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CATEGORY FIVE | Huntingtown High School, Huntingtown, MD

GIANT EDITION | Mesabi East High School, Aurora, MN

2016 ADVISER Amy Trainer | REPRESENTATIVES Steve Sweet, George Fold

2016 ADVISER Erin Prazak | REPRESENTATIVE Beth Johnson

Dividers, Dominance, Graphic Accent, Magazine Style, Typographic

Chronological, Dividers, Contrast, Dominance, Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Magazine Style


22 STAMUS UNUM Sheldon High School Sacramento, CA 2016 ADVISER Adam Shupe REPRESENTATIVE Bryan Durda Sports Dominance Photo Eye Flow Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Modular

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BEACHCOMBER | Coronado High School, Coronado, CA

THE SHIELD | Fresno Christian High School, Fresno, CA

2016 ADVISER Anna Woerman | REPRESENTATIVE Trey Locke

2016 ADVISER Andrea Donaghe | REPRESENTATIVE Beth Olson

People, Contrast, Dominance, Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Quote Display, Modular

Dividers, Contrast, Dominance, Graphic Accent, Quote Display, Magazine Style

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LOGUE | NorthWood High School, Nappanee, IN

REVEILLE | Lake Washington High School, Kirkland, WA

2016 ADVISER Robin Bilinski | REPRESENTATIVE Phil Page

2016 ADVISER Andrew DiBella REPRESENTATIVES Jackie Paffrath, Andrew Paffrath

Sports, Contrast, Photo Eye Flow, Repetition, Tight Spacing, Folio Content, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Rule Lines, Modular

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Dividers, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Headline Packaging, Magazine Style

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REGALIA | Hopkins High School, Minnetonka, MN

THE PROWLER | University Preparatory School, Victorville, CA

2016 ADVISER Jeff Kocur | REPRESENTATIVE Sherri Loney

2016 ADVISER Paula Petruschin | REPRESENTATIVE Chris Joy

Chronological, Dominance, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

People, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [v], Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular


JOSTENS PHOTO CONTEST GRAND PRIZE | pg 204

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SPREADS 29 CITADEL Irvine High School Irvine, CA 2016 ADVISER Erika Perales REPRESENTATIVE Jonathan Molvik Student Life Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Folio Content Graphic Accent Quick Read Rule Lines Modular

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EL ROBLE | San Benancio Middle School, Salinas, CA

SILVERTIP | Wichita High School Northwest, Wichita, KS

2016 ADVISER Lynn Lee | REPRESENTATIVE Melissa Ann Pfeiffer

2016 ADVISER Rebekah Morse | REPRESENTATIVES Travis Feil, Marco Reyes

Dividers. Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Background, Graphic Accent, Headline Packaging, Magazine Style, Typographic

Sports, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Cut-out Photo, Folio Content, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Scoreboard, Modular


32 LONGHORN Legacy High School North Las Vegas, NV 2016 ADVISER Rosemary Kean-Walsh REPRESENTATIVES Judy Allen Michelle Allen Chronological Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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IEKA | Yreka High School, Yreka, CA

THE PROWLER | Justin Wakeland High School, Frisco, TX

2016 ADVISER Bryce Cummings | REPRESENTATIVE Janey Kilgore

2016 ADVISER Margie Raper | REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates

Sports, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Modular

Opening/Closing, Special Spreads, Contrast, Hierarchy, Repetition, Background, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Magazine Style

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SPREADS 35 PANTHER PRIDE Plano East Senior High School Plano, TX 2016 ADVISER Abby Cole REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Special Spreads Repetition Tight Spacing Background Graphic Accent Rule Lines Magazine Style

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CREST | Prospect High School, Mount Prospect, IL

ECHO | Roxbury High School, Succasunna, NJ

2016 ADVISER Nicole Stoltz | REPRESENTATIVE Regina Murray

2016 ADVISERS Danielle Alvarado, Helen Hollenbeck REPRESENTATIVE Tim McGovern

Chronological, Dominance, Hierarchy, Photo Eye Flow, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Graphic Accent, Headline Packaging, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

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Sports, Contrast, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Modular


38 PAR KEY Parkland High School Allentown, PA 2016 ADVISER Amanda Abdelaal REPRESENTATIVE Robb King Dividers Contrast Dominance Photo Eye Flow Background Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Magazine Style

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SAGA | Spartanburg High School, Spartanburg, SC

LA CORDILLERA | Desert Ridge High School, Mesa, AZ

2016 ADVISER Lisa McCulley | REPRESENTATIVE Andrew Bell

2016 ADVISER Megan Turner | REPRESENTATIVE Brent McCasland

Academics, Contrast, Dominance, Photo Eye Flow, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Modular

Chronological, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Whole Book Link, Modular

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SPREADS 41 GEMINI Cretin-Derham Hall Saint Paul, MN 2016 ADVISERS Toni Fruth Clare Tures-Haider REPRESENTATIVE Sherri Loney Student Life Dominance Repetition Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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PANORAMA | Chapman High School, Inman, SC

ELEMENTARY SCEPTRE | The King’s Academy Lower School, West Palm Beach, FL

2016 ADVISER Alex Hollis | REPRESENTATIVE Luke Samples Special Spreads, Dominance, Expanded Spacing [v], Graphic Accent, Magazine Style

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2016 ADVISER Teresa Blakeney | REPRESENTATIVE Julie Maddaleni Sports, Dominance, Tight Spacing, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quote Display, Modular


44 WAYAKO Wayzata High School Plymouth, MN 2016 ADVISER Michelle Jacklitch REPRESENTATIVE Sherri Loney Student Life Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Tight Spacing Cut-out Photo Folio Content Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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THE SHIELD | Marist Catholic High School, Eugene, OR

REMEMBRANCER | Walnut Hills High School, Cincinnati, OH

2016 ADVISER Toni Cooper | REPRESENTATIVE Justin Roberts

2016 ADVISER Marjorie Platt | REPRESENTATIVE Brian Fessler

Sports, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Photo Eye Flow, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Scoreboard, Modular

Sports, Dominance, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

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SPREADS 47 CYPRESSONIAN Cypress Lake High School Fort Myers, FL 2016 ADVISER Ranae Atkinson REPRESENTATIVE Ched Chase Divider Contrast Dominance Graphic Accent Magazine Style

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CLAN-O-LOG | Piedmont High School, Piedmont, CA

CEDARS | Lebanon High School, Lebanon, IN

2016 ADVISER Jody Weverka | REPRESENTATIVES Sheri Scott, Tiffany Stanbury

2016 ADVISER Carol Kazmierczak | REPRESENTATIVE Martha Harms

Special Spreads, Contrast, Repetition, Cut-out Photo, Quick Read, Magazine Style

People, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Folio Content, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular


50 CROSSROADS Commack High School Commack, NY 2016 ADVISER Christina Semple REPRESENTATIVE Matt Stucchio Dividers Contrast Dominance Photo Eye Flow Graphic Accent Magazine Style

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THE ROCKET | Catholic High School, Little Rock, AR

REGAL RED | Maize High School, Maize, KS

2016 ADVISER Gretchen Gowen | REPRESENTATIVE Natasha Durham

2016 ADVISER Anne Debes | REPRESENTATIVES Travis Feil, Marco Reyes

People, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Magazine Style, Modular

Sports, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

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SPREADS JOSTENS PHOTO CONTEST 1ST PLACE ACADEMICS | pg 206

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JOSTENS PHOTO CONTEST GRAND PRIZE | pg 205

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THE JET | Jeffrey Trail Middle School, Irvine, CA

TROJAN | Lee County High School, Leesburg, GA

2016 ADVISER Amanda Lelliott | REPRESENTATIVE Amanda Lelliott

2016 ADVISER Coni Grebel | REPRESENTATIVE Payton Zeigler

Sports, Dominance, Graphic Accent, Quote Display, Traditional

Chronological, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Photo Eye Flow, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Cut-out Photo, Folio Content, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

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REGALIS | John P. Stevens High School, Edison, NJ

TITANIUM | Tesoro High School, Las Flores, CA

2016 ADVISERS Christine Nixon, Linda Shabka REPRESENTATIVE Bonnie Blackman

2016 ADVISER Shannon Sybirski REPRESENTATIVES Steve Wagner, Jonathan Molvik

Special Spreads, Contrast, Repetition, Background, Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Rule Lines, Magazine Style

Reference, Contrast, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Folio Content, Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

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SPREADS 57 EVOLUTION Edward Harris Jr. Middle School Elk Grove, CA 2016 ADVISER Annelise Kinney REPRESENTATIVE Bryan Durda Opening/Closing Contrast Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Modular

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THE WOLVERINE | PSJA Memorial Early College High School,

CHI RHO | Trinity Preparatory School, Winter Park, FL

Alamo, TX

2016 ADVISER Ryan Bowden | REPRESENTATIVE Chad Ragland 2016 ADVISER Aaron Lozano | REPRESENTATIVE Kandis Bernal Student Life, Contrast, Repetition, Tight Spacing, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

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Student Life, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Photo Package, Quick Read, Rule Lines, Modular


60 PATHWAYS Pinnacle High School Phoenix, AZ 2016 ADVISER Monica Flint REPRESENTATIVE Kelsey Link Chronological Contrast Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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LACONIAN | Glenbrook North High School, Northbrook, IL

LITTLE LION | State College Area High School, State College, PA

2016 ADVISER Kate Kinsella Coupland | REPRESENTATIVE Craig Rosenberger

2016 ADVISERS Sarah Rito, Rebecca Thorsen REPRESENTATIVE Kenny Lockard

Academics, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

Special Spreads, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Folio Content, Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Magazine Style

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SPREADS 63 Y[OUR] STORY Archbishop Carney Regional Secondary School Port Poquitlam, BC 2016 ADVISER Kevin Street REPRESENTATIVE Rachel Anderson-Lee Sports Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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DELPHIAN | Earl Haig Secondary School, North York, ON

CYNOSURE | Gilman School, Baltimore, MDL

2016 ADVISER Walter Raemisch | REPRESENTATIVE Elaine Turcotte

2016 ADVISERS Cesare Ciccanti, Amy Huntoon REPRESENTATIVE Chuck Sabia

Dividers, Contrast, Dominance, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Headline Packaging, Photo Illustration, Magazine Style

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Special Spreads, Contrast, Repetition, Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Magazine Style


66 ANIMUS Jefferson Academy High School Broomfield, CO 2016 ADVISER Meg Anne Luceri REPRESENTATIVE Dana Weiss Special Spreads Contrast Dominance Repetition Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Quick Read Rule Lines Magazine Style

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THE BRUIN | Sylvan Hills High School, Sherwood, AR

LAIR | Wheeling High School, Wheeling, IL

2016 ADVISER Tonia Weatherford | REPRESENTATIVE Natasha Durham

2016 ADVISER Sandra Gruen | REPRESENTATIVE Regina Murray

Chronological, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Headline Packaging, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

Student Life, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Photo Eye Flow, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Background, Graphic Accent, Headline Packaging, Photo Package, Quick Read, Rule Lines, Modular

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SPREADS 69 CORONA St. Stephens High School Hickory, NC 2016 ADVISER Amanda Harrington REPRESENTATIVE Alison Klopp Academics Dominance Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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ODYSSEY | Centennial High School, Las Vegas, NV

MAVERICK | Archbishop Edward A. McCarthy High School,

2016 ADVISER Casandra Workman REPRESENTATIVES Judy Allen, Michelle Allen

2016 ADVISER Bonnie Braun | REPRESENTATIVE Julie Maddaleni

Dividers, Dominance, Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Rule Lines, Magazine Style

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Southwest Ranches, FL

Student Life, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Expanded Spacing [v], Graphic Accent, Headline Packaging, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular


72 A TIME FOR EVERYTHING Northwest Christian Middle School Phoenix, AZ 2016 ADVISER Valerie Miles REPRESENTATIVE Kelsey Link People Repetition Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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HARDSCRABBLE | Western Reserve Academy, Hudson, OH

THE OLYMPIAN | Arcadia High School, Phoenix, AZ

2016 ADVISER Natalie Davies | REPRESENTATIVE Alex Intihar

2016 ADVISER Stacey Shcolnik | REPRESENTATIVE Kelsey Link

Chronological, Contrast, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing. Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

Chronological, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

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SPREADS 75 HI-S-POTTS Pottsville Area High School Pottsville, PA 2016 ADVISER Bridget Freiler REPRESENTATIVE Bonnie Blackman Reference Repetition Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Scoreboard Modular

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THE TIGER | Auburn High School, Auburn, AL

PANTHER | Dr. Phillips High School, Orlando, FL

2016 ADVISER Samantha Shipman | REPRESENTATIVE Tyler Melton

2016 ADVISER Deb Grund | REPRESENTATIVE Chad Ragland

Chronological, Contrast, Hierarchy, Photo Eye Flow, Repetition, Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Magazine Style, Modular

Student Life, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [v], Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular


78 ECHO Pattonville High School Maryland Heights, MO 2016 ADVISER Brian Heyman REPRESENTATIVE Jim Dumont Special Spreads Repetition Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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EXECUTIVE | Henry Ford II High School, Sterling Heights, MI

SAPERE AUDE | Richmond Hill High School, Richmond Hill, ON

2016 ADVISER Alexis Bunka Campion REPRESENTATIVES Bob Berschback, Mike Berschback

2016 ADVISER Jose D’Aversa | REPRESENTATIVE Elaine Turcotte

Chronological, Photo Eye Flow, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

Special Spreads, Contrast, Photo Eye Flow, Repetition, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Quote Display, Magazine Style

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PREDATOR | West Potomac High School, Alexandria, VA

CHIEFTAIN | White County High School, Cleveland, GA

2016 ADVISER Whitney Huntington | REPRESENTATIVE Jason Baranowski

2016 ADVISER Kathy London | REPRESENTATIVE Laura Logsdon

Sports, Contrast, Dominance, Photo Eye Flow, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Headline Packaging, Rule Lines, Magazine Style

Student Life, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Cut-out Photo, Folio Content, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

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RECUERDOS | McFarland High School, McFarland, CA

DIORAMA | University of North Alabama, Florence, AL

2016 ADVISER Leslie Daniels | REPRESENTATIVE Melissa Hodge

2016 EDITOR Jaclynn Kampmeyer | 2016 ADVISER Scott Morris REPRESENTATIVE Jeremy Grubbs

Sports, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Tight Spacing, Folio Content, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

Special Spreads, Photo Eye Flow, Expanded Spacing [h], Graphic Accent, Rule Lines, Traditional

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SPREADS 85 NOGA North Gaston High School Dallas, NC 2016 ADVISER Jennifer Reed REPRESENTATIVE Stephanie Clark Student Life Contrast Dominance Repetition Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Rule Lines Modular

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THE ECHO | Cisne High School, Cisne, IL

THE PANTHER | Cabot High School, Cabot, AR

2016 ADVISER Trudy Hurd | REPRESENTATIVE Cam Bardwell

2016 ADVISER Sara Lynn | REPRESENTATIVE Natasha Durham

Dividers, Dominance, Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Magazine Style

Academics, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular


88 QUATRA LOG Fred T. Foard High School Newton, NC 2016 ADVISERS Jeanne Davis Lydia Gillespie REPRESENTATIVE Alison Klopp Sports Dominance Repetition Tight Spacing Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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THE SCOT | Piedmont Middle School, Piedmont, CA

ECLECTIC | Las Vegas Academy of the Arts, Las Vegas, NV

2016 ADVISER Karma Roberta REPRESENTATIVES Sheri Scott, Tiffany Stanbury

2016 ADVISER Carol Medcalf | REPRESENTATIVES Judy Allen, Michelle Allen

Student Life, Dominance, Repetition, Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rules Lines, Modular

Chronological, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

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SPREADS 91 XPERIENCE Oasis Middle School Cape Coral, FL 2016 ADVISER Jamie Ebbert REPRESENTATIVE Ched Chase Chronological Contrast Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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LIBERATOR | Colonel Zadok Magruder High School, Rockville, MD

LEGEND | Wando High School, Mount Pleasant, SC

2016 ADVISER Pat Kuecker | REPRESENTATIVE Jennifer Massey

2016 ADVISER Phillip Caston | REPRESENTATIVE John Bumgarner

Special Spreads, Contrast, Repetition, Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quote Display, Magazine Style

Special Spreads, Dominance, Hierarchy, Photo Eye Flow, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Headline Packaging, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Magazine Style


94 LEGEND Coronado High School El Paso, TX 2016 ADVISER Kim Haefner REPRESENTATIVE Mary Bunch Sports Contrast Dominance Photo Eye Flow Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Graphic Accent Quote Display Rule Lines Scoreboard Modular

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ARCADIA | West Shore Jr./Sr. High School, Melbourne, FL

GUSHER | C.E. Byrd High School, Shreveport, LA

2016 ADVISER Mark Schledorn | REPRESENTATIVE Chad Ragland

2016 ADVISER Gina Parker | REPRESENTATIVES Chris Baker, David Baker

Chronological, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Photo Eye Flow, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Graphic Accent, Headline Packaging, Modular

Chronological, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

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SPREADS 97 KANUHSHETA Murphy High School Murphy, NC 2016 ADVISER Brandy Farmer REPRESENTATIVE Dustin Cox Sports Contrast Dominance Repetition Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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ACCIPITER | Mill Creek High School, Hoschton, GA

STAMPEDE | Mount Vernon Presbyterian School, Atlanta, GA

2016 ADVISER Nora Neff | REPRESENTATIVE Sean McCarthy

2016 ADVISER Betsy Armstrong | REPRESENTATIVE Andrea Avery

People, Contrast, Repetition, Background, Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

Special Spreads, Dominance, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Magazine Style


100 TALON Rowlett High School Rowlett, TX 2016 ADVISER Nima Kapadia REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates People Repetition Folio Content Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Modular

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POWWOW | Amesbury High School, Amesbury, MA

ARIES | Gov. John R. Rogers High School, Puyallup, WA

2016 ADVISER Barbara Leary | REPRESENTATIVE Tom Keeley

2016 ADVISER Sam Sarell REPRESENTATIVES Jackie Paffrath, Andrew Paffrath

People, Repetition, Background, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Magazine Style

Sports, Dominance, Repetition, Cut-out Photo, Folio Content, Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Quote Display, Magazine Style

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SPREADS 103 FORTRESS River Ridge High School Woodstock, GA 2016 ADVISER Kate Norris REPRESENTATIVE Matt Felis Sports Contrast Repetition Tight Spacing Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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THE STORM | Desert Vista High School, Phoenix, AZ

MAVERICK | Maize South High School, Wichita, KS

2016 ADVISER Michelle Coro | REPRESENTATIVE Brent McCasland

2016 ADVISER Shelly Walston | REPRESENTATIVES Travis Feil, Marco Reyes

People, Repetition, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Modular

Opening/Closing, Dominance, Photo Eye Flow, Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Magazine Style


106 ECHOES Thompson Valley High School Loveland, CO 2016 ADVISER Selene Peck REPRESENTATIVE Dana Weiss Special Spreads Contrast Dominance Graphic Accent Magazine Style

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LOG | Redwood High School, Visalia, CA

INTREPID | Space Coast Jr./Sr. High School, Cocoa, Fl

2016 ADVISER Calvin Feehan | REPRESENTATIVE Billy Cunningham

2016 ADVISER April Lockaby | REPRESENTATIVE Chad Ragland

Chronological, Dominance, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Tight Spacing, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Rule Lines, Modular

Chronological, Repetition, Folio Content, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Rule Lines, Modular

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SHADES OF BURGUNDY | Eagle Peak Middle School,

THE PRIDE | Starr’s Mill High School, Fayetteville, GA

Redwood Valley, CA

2016 ADVISER Patt Coleman | REPRESENTATIVE Lauren Logsdon 2016 ADVISER Elizabeth DeVinny REPRESENTATIVES Sheri Scott, Tiffany Stanbury

Chronological, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

Chronological, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

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THE WIZARD | Windsor High School, Windsor, CO

SWORD AND SHIELD | Liberty Christian School, Argyle, TX

2016 ADVISER Anne Sutton | REPRESENTATIVE Dana Weiss

2016 ADVISERS Vickie Morgan, Tammy Woodall REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates

Chronological, Contrast, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Folio Content, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

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Organizations, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Photo Eye Flow, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [v], Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines


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SPREADS 113 CAVALCADE Francis Parker Upper School San Diego, CA 2016 ADVISER Michelle Evenson REPRESENTATIVE Trey Locke Chronological Contrast Dominance Photo Eye Flow Repetition Graphic Accent Photo Package Magazine Style

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SPUD ANNUAL | Idaho Falls High School, Idaho Falls, ID

FALCON | Glendale High School, Springfield, MO

2016 ADVISER Ryan Hansen | REPRESENTATIVE Virginia Wilson

2016 ADVISER Beth Eggleston | REPRESENTATIVE Tom Shields

Student Life, Contrast, Repetition, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Quote Display, Modular

Academics, Dominance, Photo Eye Flow, Repetition, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Headline Packaging, Quick Read, Rule Lines, Modular


116 RAMPAGES Orangewood Christian School Maitland, FL 2016 ADVISER Rhonda Yetman REPRESENTATIVE Chad Ragland Chronological Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Photo Eye Flow Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Graphic Accent Photo Package Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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THE EDGE | Alpharetta High School, Alpharetta, GA

FLIGHT | Naperville Central High School, Naperville, IL

2016 ADVISER Rita Flowers | REPRESENTATIVE Lyndsey Bland

2016 ADVISERS Rachel Brodeur, Sarah Albiniak REPRESENTATIVE Caroline Penfield

Student Life, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Rule Lines, Modular

Academics, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

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SPREADS 119 ABSTRACT St. Elizabeth Catholic High School Thornhill, ON 2016 ADVISER Dave Cheng REPRESENTATIVE Elaine Turcotte Chronological Contrast Repetition Graphic Accent Magazine Style

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BRUIN | Western Branch High School, Chesapeake, VA

The Pride | Kingwood Park High School, Kingwood, TX

2016 ADVISER Jennifer Settar | REPRESENTATIVES Joe Boocks, Jay Hollis

2016 ADVISER Megan Ortiz | REPRESENTATIVE Matt Fulp

Student Life, Dominance, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [v], Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

Chronological, Contrast, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Folio Content, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular


122 THE EDGE West Broward High School Pembroke Pines, FL 2016 ADVISER Natalie Felipe REPRESENTATIVE Ched Chase Student Life Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Graphic Accent Quick Read Rule Lines Modular

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DROFLIM | Milford High School, Milford, OH

THE TALON | Signal Mountain Middle/High School, Signal Mountain, TN

2016 ADVISER Joseph Claus | REPRESENTATIVE Brian Fessler

2016 ADVISER Belinda Martin | REPRESENTATIVE Rebecca Kilday

Academics, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

Chronological, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

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SPREADS 125 THE TIGER Oscar F. Smith High School Chesapeake, VA 2016 ADVISER Patty Pennington REPRESENTATIVES Joe Boocks Jay Hollis Student Life Contrast Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Modular

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BLUE AND GRAY | Washington-Lee High School, Arlington, VA

INSPIRATION | Barbara Goleman Senior High School, Miami, FL

2016 ADVISER Cat Misar | REPRESENTATIVE Jason Baranowski

2016 ADVISERS Isabel Ojeda, Kaitlin Castillo (assistant) REPRESENTATIVE Ched Chase

Academics, Dominance, Hierarchy, Photo Eye Flow, Repetition, Tight Spacing, Folio Content, Graphic Accent, Headline Packaging, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

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Reference, Contrast, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Quote Display, Modular


128 THE DYNASTY Wylie East High School Wylie, TX 2016 ADVISER Casi Thedford REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Organizations Repetition Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Photo Package Whole Book Link Modular

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TINAS COMA | Burlington-Edison High School, Burlington, WA

FORESTER | Wake Forest High School, Wake Forest, NC

2016 ADVISER Holly Wood | REPRESENTATIVES Jackie Paffrath, Andrew Paffrath

2016 ADVISER Vicki Crouse REPRESENTATIVES Kim Trezona, Sarah Griffin, Kristin Stimmell

Opening/Closing, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Magazine Style

Student Life, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

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SPREADS 131 NOSTRAE MEMORIAE East Syracuse Minoa High School East Syracuse, NY 2016 ADVISER Barbara Heller REPRESENTATIVE Laura Tortarella Student Life Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Background Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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OUACHITONIAN | Ouachita Baptist University, Arkadelphia, AR

SAKAMOW | Riverside High School, Greer, SC

2016 EDITORS Amber Easterly, Robert DeSoto 2016 ADVISER Dr. Deborah Root | REPRESENTATIVE Natasha Durham

2016 ADVISER Katrina Hester | REPRESENTATIVE Andrew Bell

Dividers, Dominance, Graphic Accent, Rule Lines, Magazine Style

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Student Life, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Photo Eye Flow, Repetition, Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Rule Lines, Modular


134 THE LEGACY Dutch Fork High School Irmo, SC 2016 ADVISER Deborah Gascon REPRESENTATIVE David Patrick Organizations Dominance Hierarchy Photo Eye Flow Repetition Expanded Spacing [v] Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Modular

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HILLTOPPER | Clarkston High School, Clarkston, MI

POLARIS | Northern Burlington County Regional Middle School, Columbus, NJ

2016 ADVISER Mike Comos | REPRESENTATIVE Mike Page Sports, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

2016 ADVISER Katrina Gierman | REPRESENTATIVE Terry McGovern Reference, Repetition, Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Modular

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BOLT | Central High School, Keller, TX

AUBERON | Creekview High School, Canton, GA

2016 ADVISER Roy Waggoner REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates

2016 ADVISERS Jeff Anderson, Cindy Humphlett | REPRESENTATIVE Matt Felis

Chronological, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Quote Display, Modular

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Special Spreads, Dominance, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Magazine Style

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VALHALLA | West High School, Bakersfield, CA

EXCALIBUR | North Henderson High School, Hendersonville, NC

2016 ADVISER Beth Chaney | REPRESENTATIVE Melissa Hodge

2016 ADVISER Tanya Ledford | REPRESENTATIVE Dustin Cox

Student Life, Dominance, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

People, Dominance, Expanded Spacing [v], Graphic Accent, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular


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SPREADS 141 EPILOGUE Apex High School Apex, NC 2016 ADVISER Emily Collis REPRESENTATIVES Kim Trezona Sarah Griffin Kristin Stimmell Academics Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Photo Eye Flow Repetition Expanded Spacing [v] Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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SHALOM | Paul VI High School, Haddonfield, NJ

LA REVISTA | Vista High School, Vista, CA

2016 ADVISER Vanessa Perrault | REPRESENTATIVE Terry McGovern

2016 ADVISER Tammie Wood | REPRESENTATIVE Trey Locke

Student Life, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

Special Spreads, Contrast, Repetition, Background, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Magazine Style


144 THE SPOTLIGHT Savannah Arts Academy Savannah, GA 2016 ADVISER Bradley Wallace REPRESENTATIVE Scott Johnson Organizations Graphic Accent Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Whole Book Link Modular

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THE BEACON | Harborside Academy, Kenosha, WI

HURRICANE WATCH | Cane Creek Middle School, Fletcher, NC

2016 ADVISER Cindy Renaud | REPRESENTATIVE Patrick Rand

2016 ADVISER Heather Alexander | REPRESENTATIVE Dustin Cox

Sports, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

Student Life, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [v], Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

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SPREADS 147 TRUE BLUE ANNUAL Hudson High School Hudson, WI 2016 ADVISER Debra Lee REPRESENTATIVE Sherri Loney Organizations Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Photo Eye Flow Repetition Tight Spacing Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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HILLTOPPER | Madison County High School, Danielsville, GA

TALON | Silverado College Preparatory and Career/Technical High School, Las Vegas, NV

2016 ADVISER Sonia Coile | REPRESENTATIVE Lauren Logsdon Sports, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Background, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Magazine Style

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2016 ADVISER Jason Emord | REPRESENTATIVES Judy Allen, Michelle Allen Student Life, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Magazine Style


150 THE LEGEND George Walton Comprehensive High School Marietta, GA 2016 ADVISER Roberta Manheim REPRESENTATIVE Suzanne Ross Dividers Contrast Dominance Expanded Spacing [v] Graphic Accent Magazine Style

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TRIBAL SPIRIT | Northview High School, Bratt, FL

THE ROAR | Covenant Christian School, Palm Bay, FL

2016 ADVISER Alison Robinson | REPRESENTATIVE Steve Wingbermuehle

2016 ADVISER Diane Rumbley | REPRESENTATIVE Chad Ragland

Sports, Contrast, Dominance, Photo Eye Flow, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

Sports, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

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SPREADS 153 VERITAS Saint Thomas Aquinas Regional Catholic High School Hammond, LA 2016 ADVISER Michelle Chauvin REPRESENTATIVE Anne Peytavin Chronological Contrast Repetition Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Magazine Style

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EXCALIBUR | Archbishop Mitty High School, San Jose, CA

THE ROUNDUP | Yorba Linda High School, Yorba Linda, CA

2016 ADVISER Erin Simรณn | REPRESENTATIVE Michael Zaher

2016 ADVISER Sarah Shay | REPRESENTATIVE Brett Baird

Dividers, Dominance, Graphic Accent, Quote Display, Magazine Style

Opening/Closing, Contrast, Dominance, Graphic Accent, Magazine Style


156 THE RANGER Smithson Valley High School Spring Branch, TX 2016 ADVISER Margaret Edmonson REPRESENTATIVE Mica Carpenter Organizations Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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SPARTAN | The Burlington School, Burlington, NC

ELKONIAN | Centerville High School, Centerville, OH

2016 ADVISER Katy O’Day | REPRESENTATIVE Joe Elmore

2016 ADVISER Colleen Sanders | REPRESENTATIVE Donny Boyd

People, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

People, Contrast, Dominance, Expanded Spacing [h], Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Rule Lines, Magazine Style

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SPREADS 159 TROJAN Center Grove High School Greenwood, IN 2016 ADVISERS Melissa Warner Casey Tedrow REPRESENTATIVE Kari Whisler Special Spreads Contrast Dominance Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Photo Illustration Magazine Style

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THE TALON | Caldwell Academy, Greensboro, NC

PANTHERA PARDUS | Stigler Public Schools, Stigler, OK

2016 ADVISER Elizabeth Roberts | REPRESENTATIVE Joe Elmore

2016 ADVISER Mitchell Bird | REPRESENTATIVE Leslie Hull

Sports, Contrast, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

People, Contrast, Dominance, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Modular


162 CLAHISCHO Clayton High School Clayton, NC 2016 ADVISER Jeff Peake REPRESENTATIVE Jay Hall People Contrast Repetition Graphic Accent Quick Read Quote Display Magazine Style Modular

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GOLDEN AERIE | Astronaut High School, Titusville, FL

PANTHER SCREAM | Midlothian High School, Midlothian, TX

2016 ADVISER Callie Williams | REPRESENTATIVE Chad Ragland

2016 ADVISER Meredith Bunch REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates

Chronological, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Folio Content, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Modular

Dividers, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Magazine Style

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PANTHER | Central York High School, York, PA

THE BENGAL | Rosman Middle/High School, Rosman, NC

2016 ADVISER Lisa Sands | REPRESENTATIVE Al Ramer

2016 ADVISER Tammy Hall | REPRESENTATIVE Dustin Cox

Sports, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Scoreboard, Modular

Special Spreads, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

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BENGAL | Battle Ground High School, Battle Ground, WA

PARCHMENTS | Greenbrier Christian Academy, Chesapeake, VA

2016 ADVISER Angel Morgan | REPRESENTATIVE Jacque Labarre-Altom

2016 ADVISER Katie Castelow | REPRESENTATIVES Joe Boocks, Jay Hollis

Student Life, Contrast, Repetition, Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Headline Packaging, Photo Package, Quick Read, Rule Lines, Modular

Sports, Contrast, Dominance, Photo Eye Flow, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Background, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

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SPREADS 169 PAWPRINTS Ursuline Academy Cincinnati, OH 2016 ADVISER Ann Brinkmann REPRESENTATIVE Brian Fessler Chronological Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Photo Eye Flow Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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TAPS | Clemson University, Clemson, SC

OBSERVATORY | The Bronx High School of Science, Bronx, NY

2016 EDITOR Anna Rice | 2016 ADVISER Jackie Alexander REPRESENTATIVE Luke Samples

2016 ADVISER Alexander Thorp | REPRESENTATIVE Matt Stucchio

Academics, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

140

Student Life, Contrast, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Graphic Accent, Headline Packaging, Photo Package, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular


172 HIGHLANDER Highland Park High School Dallas, TX 2016 ADVISERS Elizabeth Perkins Aaron Cappotelli REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Special Spreads Repetition Quick Read Magazine Style

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ANIMO | Franklin County High School, Rocky Mount, VA

PEERAGE | Prince George High School, Prince George, VA

2016 ADVISER Ray Cox | REPRESENTATIVE Andrew Greene

2016 ADVISER Chris Waugaman | REPRESENTATIVES Joe Boocks, Jay Hollis

People, Repetition, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Quote Display, Modular

Sports, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Traditional

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SPREADS 175 THE PACK White Knoll High School Lexington, SC 2016 ADVISER Shandon Shoaf REPRESENTATIVE David Patrick Sports Contrast Dominance Photo Eye Flow Repetition Tight Spacing Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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CLAMO | Clayton High School, Clayton, MO

EYRIE | Maine South High School, Park Ridge, IL

2016 ADVISER Marci Pieper | REPRESENTATIVE Jim Dumont

2016 ADVISER Richard Jones | REPRESENTATIVE Regina Murray

People, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

Reference, Contrast, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Rule Lines, Modular


178 THE ROGUE ANNUAL Ashland High School Ashland, OR 2016 ADVISER Kristopher Prusko REPRESENTATIVE Janey Kilgore Student Life Contrast Hierarchy Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Quote Display Magazine Style

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ARROW LIFE | Broken Arrow High School, Broken Arrow, OK

TRACER | Forest Park High School, Ferdinand, IN

2016 ADVISER Ashley Spencer REPRESENTATIVES Todd Featherston, Ashley Featherston

2016 ADVISER Tammy Taylor | REPRESENTATIVE Cam Bardwell

Academics, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

Sports, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Background, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Modular

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SPREADS 181 VALHALLA Grosse Pointe North High School Grosse Pointe Woods, MI 2016 ADVISER Shari Adwers REPRESENTATIVES Bob Berschback Mike Berschback Chronological Contrast Dominance Repetition Tight Spacing Folio Content Graphic Accent Magazine Style

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THE ILIAD | Whitfield School, St. Louis, MO

THE SHORELINE | Standley Lake High School, Westminster, CO

2016 ADVISERS Cara Foster, Michelle Templeton REPRESENTATIVE Jim Dumont

2016 ADVISER Jill Esposito | REPRESENTATIVE Dana Weiss

Sports, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Photo Eye Flow, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

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Reference, Contrast, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Traditional


184 PURPLE & WHITE Pittsburg High School Pittsburg, KS 2016 ADVISER Emily Smith REPRESENTATIVE Tom Shields Chronological Dominance Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Graphic Accent Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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THE STAMPEDE | American Heritage School Boca/Delray,

HERITAGE | Veterans High School, Kathleen, GA

Delray Beach, FL

2016 ADVISER Karen Collier | REPRESENTATIVE Payton Zeigler 2016 ADVISERS Hope Gheorge, Diana Meyer REPRESENTATIVE Julie Maddaleni

Opening/Closing, Contrast, Dominance, Graphic Accent, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Magazine Style

Chronological, Contrast, Dominance, Photo Eye Flow, Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Magazine Style

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SPREADS 187 EPIC Bernalillo High School Bernalillo, NM 2016 ADVISER Nina Quintana REPRESENTATIVE Mary Bunch Student Life Contrast Repetition Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines

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ESPRIT DE CORPS | Eisenhower High School, Shelby Township, MI

HYPERION | William A. Hough High School, Cornelius, NC

2016 ADVISER Erica Kincannon REPRESENTATIVES Bob Berschback, Mike Berschback

2016 ADVISER Marcille Nance | REPRESENTATIVE Alison Klopp

Academics, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Modular

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Student Life, Dominance, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Traditional


190 EL SOL Rancho High School Las Vegas, NV 2016 ADVISER Belisa Brownlee REPRESENTATIVES Judy Allen Michelle Allen People Contrast Repetition Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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TRI SABRE | Essex High School, Essex Junction, VT

MUSTANG | Crane Union High School, Crane, OR

2016 ADVISER Kelly Green | REPRESENTATIVE Matt Clark

2016 ADVISER Barbara Maher | REPRESENTATIVE Virginia Wilson

Sports, Dominance, Tight Spacing, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Rule Lines, Modular

Sports, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Scoreboard, Modular

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SPREADS JOSTENS PHOTO CONTEST 1ST PLACE SPORTS ACTION | pg 236

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JOSTENS PHOTO CONTEST GRAND PRIZE | pg 205

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EYRIE | Northside Christian School, North Charleston, SC

LEOPARD | Lovejoy High School, Lucas, TX

2016 ADVISER Terri Richards | REPRESENTATIVE John Bumgarner

2016 ADVISER Jennifer Holcomb REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates

Academics, Organizations, Contrast, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Rule Lines, Modular

Chronological, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Rule Lines, Modular

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EYRIE | Heritage High School, Littleton, CO

THE TIGER | Edwardsville High School, Edwardsville, IL

2016 ADVISER Jami De Vries | REPRESENTATIVE Peter Griffin

2016 ADVISERS Amanda Thurn, Lauren Mudge, Kim Niemietz REPRESENTATIVE Ed Sugden

Special Spreads, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Magazine Style

Academics, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

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SPREADS 197 WE WON’T FADE AWAY Dodson Middle School Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 2016 ADVISER Mike Carey REPRESENTATIVE Kari Agee Student Life Contrast Repetition Cut-out Photo Quick Read Quote Display Magazine Style

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THE LION | Searcy High School, Searcy, AR

STAMPEDE | Maize South Middle School, Wichita, KS

2016 ADVISER Shannon Holeyfield | REPRESENTATIVE Natasha Durham

2016 ADVISER Mary Patrick | REPRESENTATIVES Travis Feil, Marco Reyes

Student Life, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

People, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular


200 PANTHER Benton High School Benton, AR 2016 ADVISER Karen Hammer REPRESENTATIVE Natasha Durham Sports Contrast Dominance Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Graphic Accent Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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VANGUARD | Valley Christian High School, San Jose, CA

THE TALON | Fredericksburg Academy, Fredericksburg, VA

2016 ADVISER Cynthia Torode | REPRESENTATIVE Michael Zaher

2016 ADVISER Chelsea Tamte-Horan | REPRESENTATIVE Jeffrey Carns

Opening/Closing, Contrast, Repetition, Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Magazine Style

Chronological, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Headline Packaging, Photo Package, Modular

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SPREADS 203 MEMORY MAP Bogle Junior High School Chandler, AZ 2016 ADVISER Sherry Borgren REPRESENTATIVE Brent McCasland Student Life Contrast Repetition Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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THE TERRITORY | Byron Nelson High School, Trophy Club, TX

THE EPIC | Lone Peak High School, Highland, UT

2016 ADVISER Chrissie Morgan REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates

2016 ADVISER Scott Gibby | REPRESENTATIVE Aaron Lyons

Chronological, Contrast, Dominance, Photo Eye Flow, Repetition, Tight Spacing, Background, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Headline Packaging, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Modular

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Chronological, Dominance, Photo Eye Flow, Expanded Spacing [v], Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular


206 THE WAY I SEE IT Fivay High School Hudson, FL 2016 ADVISER Thomas Kovack REPRESENTATIVE Jim Reppi Academics Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Quick Read Quote Display Magazine Style

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MEMORIES | Hampton Bays High School, Hampton Bays, NY

GATEWAYS | Waccamaw High School, Pawleys Island, SC

2016 ADVISER Regina Papile | REPRESENTATIVE Matt Stucchio

2016 ADVISER Briael Chadwell | REPRESENTATIVE John Bumgarner

Academics, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Modular

Chronological, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

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SPREADS 209 EL GABILAN Salinas High School Salinas, CA 2016 ADVISER Jessica Rodgers REPRESENTATIVE Melissa Ann Pfeiffer Opening/Closing Contrast Dominance Background Graphic Accent Magazine Style

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SAGA | Shawnee Mission West High School, Overland Park, KS

LEGACY | Liberty High School, Bakersfield, CA

2016 ADVISER Amy Morgan | REPRESENTATIVES Travis Feil, Marco Reyes

2016 ADVISER Pete Tittl | REPRESENTATIVE Melissa Hodge

Student Life, Contrast, Dominance, Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Magazine Style

Chronological, Dominance, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular


212 WE ARE Andover High School Andover, MN 2016 ADVISER Patty Grant REPRESENTATIVE Sherri Loney Chronological Repetition Graphic Accent Quick Read Rule Lines Magazine Style

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LYONIAN | Walkersville High School, Walkersville, MD

WARRIOR | Rock Academy, San Diego, CA

2016 ADVISER Amy Graunke | REPRESENTATIVE John Brannigan

2016 ADVISER Erika Lin Payne | REPRESENTATIVE Darla Berkel

Organizations, Dominance, Repetition, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Modular

Chronological, Dominance, Photo Eye Flow, Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Magazine Style

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TRAIL DUST | Creekview High School, Carrollton, TX

VANGUARD | Dorman High School, Roebuck, SC

2016 ADVISER Leah Waters | REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates

2016 ADVISER Casey Seaman | REPRESENTATIVE Andrew Bell

Academics, Contrast, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

Sports, Contrast, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Scoreboard, Modular

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THE TRAVELER | Travelers Rest High School, Travelers Rest, SC

MUSTANG YEARLY | Buffalo Island Central School District, Monette, AR

2016 ADVISER Carolyn Sutton | REPRESENTATIVE Luke Samples

2016 ADVISER Tracey Yates Thompson | REPRESENTATIVE Stacy Harrington

Special Spreads, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Cut-out Photo, Folio Content, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Magazine Style

Chronological, Dominance, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular


JOSTENS PHOTO CONTEST 1ST PLACE SPORTS SIDELINES | pg 241

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SPREADS 219 ZOAY Life Christian School Tacoma, WA 2016 ADVISER Doris Claudio REPRESENTATIVES Jackie Paffrath Andrew Paffrath Dividers Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Background Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Rule Lines Magazine Style Typographic

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HERITAGE | Horizon High School, Scottsdale, AZ

CELEBRATE EVERY DAY | Sims Middle School, Pace, FL

2016 ADVISER Lisa Baker | REPRESENTATIVE Kelsey Link

2016 ADVISER Stacy Grice | REPRESENTATIVE Steve Wingbermuehle

People, Contrast, Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Modular

Chronological, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Cut-out Photo, Folio Content, Graphic Accent, Headline, Packaging, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular


222 THE PROWL Coronado High School Henderson, NV 2016 ADVISER Nancy Thompson REPRESENTATIVES Judy Allen Michelle Allen Chronological Contrast Dominance Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Folio Content Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Whole Book Link Modular

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EL ARROYO | Harlingen High School, Harlingen, TX

ANY GIVEN DAY | Hastings High School, Hastings, MN

2016 ADVISER Lynda Gonzalez | REPRESENTATIVE Kandis Bernal

2016 ADVISER Jodi Shelhamer REPRESENTATIVES Jeff Fallon, Tom Vander Aarde

Special Spreads, Dominance, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Magazine Style

Dividers, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Headline Packaging, Photo Package, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

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SPREADS 225 THE EAGLE Richardson High School Richardson, TX 2016 ADVISER Wade Kennedy REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Sports Contrast Dominance Photo Eye Flow Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Tight Spacing Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Quick Read Quote Display Modular

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THE CHIEF | Waxahachie High School, Waxahachie, TX

PLANONIAN | Plano Senior High School, Plano , TX

2016 ADVISER Chrisanna Melick REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates

2016 ADVISER Susanne Malins REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates

Chronological, Repetition, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Magazine Style

Academics, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular


228 AERIE Mountain Vista High School Highlands Ranch, CO 2016 ADVISER Mark Newton REPRESENTATIVE Peter Griffin Organizations Contrast Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Modular

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MOUNTAINEER | Rogers High School, Rogers, AR

PINNACLE | Red Mountain High School, Mesa, AZ

2016 ADVISER Leslie Price | REPRESENTATIVE Randy Joe Hamilton

2016 ADVISER Jan Saquella | REPRESENTATIVE Brent McCasland

Special Spreads, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Magazine Style

Chronological, Hierarchy, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Rule Lines, Modular

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SPREADS 231 ENKANOCA Enka High School Candler, NC 2016 ADVISER Joan Hoffman REPRESENTATIVE Dustin Cox Dividers Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Graphic Accent Magazine Style

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TALISMANN | J.L. Mann High School, Greenville, SC

BEHEMOTH | Skyline High School, Idaho Falls, ID

2016 ADVISER Hannah Kreiner | REPRESENTATIVE Luke Samples

2016 ADVISER Becky McGuyer | REPRESENTATIVE Virginia Wilson

Sports, Dominance, Photo Eye Flow, Repetition, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

Student Life, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Modular


234 MONTIVAGUS Los Osos High School Rancho Cucamonga, CA 2016 ADVISER Lori Rannis REPRESENTATIVE Barbara Makros Dividers Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Graphic Accent Quote Display Magazine Style

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EXCALIBUR | Stratford High School, Goose Creek, SC

LEGACY | Robert Vela High School, Edinburg, TX

2016 ADVISER Joey Manchester | REPRESENTATIVE John Bumgarner

2016 ADVISER Sandra Casperson | REPRESENTATIVE Kandis Bernal

Student Life, Dominance, Graphic Accent, Rule Lines, Magazine Style

Student Life, Contrast, Hierarchy, Repetition, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Magazine Style

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SPREADS JOSTENS PHOTO CONTEST 1ST PLACE STUDENT LIFE | pg 246

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JOSTENS PHOTO CONTEST GRAND PRIZE | pg 205

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THE ANCHOR | Southport High School, Indianapolis, IN

LAS MEMORIAS | Tascosa High School, Amarillo, TX

2016 ADVISER Sam Hanley | REPRESENTATIVE Martha Harms

2016 ADVISER Amy Stahl | REPRESENTATIVE Jim Hill

Student Life, Hierarchy, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Quote Display, Modular

Sports, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

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BREEZE | Black River Falls High School, Black River Falls, WI

PHOENIX | Woodward Academy, College Park, GA

2016 ADVISER Julie Tiedens | REPRESENTATIVE Dave Belland

2016 ADVISERS Rebekah Goode-Peoples, Nicholas Widener (assistant) REPRESENTATIVE Suzanne Ross

Chronological, Contrast, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Headline Packaging, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

Opening/Closing, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Magazine Style

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SPREADS 241 U-HIGHLIGHTS University High School University of Chicago Laboratory Schools Chicago, IL 2016 ADVISER Logan Aimone REPRESENTATIVE Christiana Hackett Student Life Repetition Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Quick Read Quote Display Modular

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STETSON | Liberal Arts and Science Academy High School/

SPIRE | St. John’s Prep, Danvers, MA

Lyndon Baines Johnson Early College High School, Austin, TX

2016 ADVISER Chris Lynch | REPRESENTATIVE Tom Keeley 2016 ADVISER Yasemin Florey | REPRESENTATIVE Brad Golub Chronological, Dominance, Photo Eye Flow, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Tight Spacing, Background, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

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Opening/Closing, Background, Rule Lines, Traditional


244 KA MO’OLELO O ‘IOLANI ‘Iolani School Honolulu, HI 2016 ADVISER Laine Remignanti REPRESENTATIVE Maureen Willett Academics Contrast Dominance Repetition Tight Spacing Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Rule Lines Modular

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RUTHERFORDIAN | Rutherford High School, Rutherford, NJ

SIDELIGHTS | Towson High School, Towson, MD

2016 ADVISER Diane Powell | REPRESENTATIVE Tim McGovern

2016 ADVISER Claire Fluharty | REPRESENTATIVE Chuck Sabia

Sports, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Headline Packaging, Photo Package, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

Student Life, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Rule Lines, Modular

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SPREADS 247 FALCON Fort Campbell High School Fort Campbell, KY 2016 ADVISER Iris Loucks REPRESENTATIVE Doug Nyberg Student Life Contrast Hierarchy Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Rule Lines Magazine Style

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BLUEPRINTS | Northridge High School, Tuscaloosa, AL

EMBERS | Severna Park High School, Severna Park, MD

2016 ADVISER Mallie Humber | REPRESENTATIVE Jeremy Grubbs

2016 ADVISER Valerie Earhart | REPRESENTATIVES Steve Sweet, George Fold

Sports, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Quote Display, Modular

Special Spreads, Contrast, Dominance, Photo Eye Flow, Graphic Accent, Headline Packaging, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Magazine Style


250 TROJAN EPIC Iowa City West High School Iowa City, IA 2016 ADVISER Ginny Ordman REPRESENTATIVE Kristy Stern Student Life Contrast Hierarchy Repetition Expanded Spacing [v] Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Quick Read Rule Lines Magazine Style

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TITAN PRIDE | Centennial High School, Frisco, TX

ALPHA | Greenbrier High School, Evans, GA

2016 ADVISER Laura Kline | REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates

2016 ADVISER Amber Bentley | REPRESENTATIVE Jack Highsmith

Special Spreads, Repetition, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Magazine Style

Student Life, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Headline Packaging, Photo Package, Modular

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SPREADS 253 LYKOS Woodcreek High School Roseville, CA 2016 ADVISER Kate Weidkamp REPRESENTATIVE Bryan Durda Sports Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Photo Eye Flow Repetition Tight Spacing Cut-out Photo Folio Content Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Quick Read Rule Lines Modular

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REFLECTIONS | Buford High School, Buford, GA

THE AMETHYST | Fayetteville High School, Fayetteville, AR

2016 ADVISERS Leah Curtright, Rebecca Moon REPRESENTATIVE Sean McCarthy

2016 ADVISER Stephen Teague | REPRESENTATIVE Randy Joe Hamilton

Sports, Contrast, Dominance, Photo Eye Flow, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Headline Packaging, Photo Package, Quote Display, Modular

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Chronological, Contrast, Dominance, Photo Eye Flow, Repetition, Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Headline Packaging, Photo Package, Quick Read, Modular


256 WINGS Eaglecrest High School Aurora, CA 2016 ADVISER Karen Slusher REPRESENTATIVE Peter Griffin Chronological Contrast Dominance Photo Eye Flow Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Expanded Spacing [v] Tight Spacing Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Modular

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THE ODYSSEY | North Forsyth Middle School, Cumming, GA

ZENITH | Hawthorne Christian Academy, Hawthorne, NJ

2016 ADVISER Amy Henke | REPRESENTATIVE Sean McCarthy

2016 ADVISER Ellen Pelliccio | REPRESENTATIVE Tim McGovern

Chronological, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Expanded Spacing [h], Expanded Spacing [v], Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Modular

Student Life, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Rule Lines, Modular

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SPREADS 259 BULLDOG Bald Knob Schools Bald Knob, AR 2016 ADVISER Brent Roberts REPRESENTATIVE Natasha Durham Organizations Contrast Dominance Photo Eye Flow Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Tight Spacing Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Quick Read Modular

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THE TRAIL | Statesville High School, Statesville, NC

AS WE SEE IT | Patapsco High School & Center for the Arts, Baltimore, MD

2016 ADVISER Beth Lail | REPRESENTATIVE Alison Klopp People, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

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2016 ADVISER Beth Slater | REPRESENTATIVE Chuck Sabia Student Life, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Photo Illustration, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular


262 REFLECTIONS Naperville North High School Naperville, IL 2016 ADVISERS Kristina Mazzaferro Sean Williams REPRESENTATIVE Caroline Penfield Academics Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Photo Eye Flow Repetition Expanded Spacing [h] Tight Spacing Folio Content Graphic Accent Headline Packaging Photo Package Quick Read Quote Display Modular

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EL GRANITO | Porterville High School, Porterville, CA

BEAVER TAILS | Beavercreek High School, Beavercreek, OH

2016 ADVISER Sara Herrera | REPRESENTATIVE Melissa Hodge

2016 ADVISER Angie Creech | REPRESENTATIVE Donny Boyd

Organizations, Contrast, Repetition, Tight Spacing, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

Student Life, Contrast, Dominance, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Quote Display, Rule Lines, Modular

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2

3

4

THE CONQUEST

AQUILA

MIGHTY OAK

PALADIN

Cuthbertson High School Waxhaw, NC

West Valley High School Cottonwood, CA

Woodlawn School Mooresville, NC

North Lincoln High School Lincolnton, NC

2016 ADVISER Camey Whitt REPRESENTATIVE Alison Klopp

2016 ADVISER Debbie Chrasta REPRESENTATIVE Janey Kilgore

2016 ADVISER David Barringer REPRESENTATIVE Alison Klopp

Litho/Litho Combo, Quarterbinding, Aqueous Coating

Litho/Litho Combo, Quarterbinding, Matte Lamination

Embosssing, Foil, Graining (cutout), Gloss Lamination

2016 ADVISERS Amber Bowles, Susan Lanier REPRESENTATIVE Alison Klopp

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SANDPRINTS

THE LOG

THE TITAN

REFLECTIONS

Lee County High School Sanford, NC

Hickory High School Hickory, NC

Nashua High School North Nashua, NH

Ladywood High School Livonia, MI

2016 ADVISER Wendy Bryan REPRESENTATIVES Kim Trezona, Sarah Griffin, Kristin Stimmell

2016 ADVISER Alicia Slaughter REPRESENTATIVE Alison Klopp

2016 ADVISER Stacy Gingras REPRESENTATIVE Corey LaRoche

Litho/Litho Combo, Foil, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Rachel Cook REPRESENTATIVES Bob Berschback, Mike Berschback

Litho/Litho Combo, Graining (cutout), ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

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Litho/Litho Combo, Graining (cutout), ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination


9 WARRIOR Utica High School Utica, MI 2016 ADVISER Stacy Smale REPRESENTATIVES Bob Berschback, Mike Berschback Litho/Litho Combo, Super Matte Lamination

10 REFLECTIONS Parkway Middle School La Mesa, CA 2016 ADVISER Stacey Leichtamer REPRESENTATIVE Trey Locke Litho/Litho Combo, Precision Cut, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

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THE BULL’S EYE

EURUS

COMPASS

LONG STORY SHORT

Hickory Ridge Middle School Harrisburg, NC

East Chapel Hill High School Chapel Hill, NC

Wisconsin Lutheran High School Milwaukee, WI

Hillcrest Middle School Glendale, AZ

2016 ADVISER Lindsey Kiral REPRESENTATIVE Alison Klopp

2016 ADVISER Jennifer Martin REPRESENTATIVES Kim Trezona, Sarah Griffin, Kristin Stimmell

2016 ADVISER Leanne Ross REPRESENTATIVE Patrick Rand

2016 ADVISER Denise Parrino REPRESENTATIVE Kelsey Link

Screened, Foil, Silk-screening

Screened, Graining (cutout), Silk-screening

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

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CORDETTE

THE PAW

PISGAHTEER

RED OAK

Buffalo Academy of the Sacred Heart Buffalo, NY

The Independent School Wichita, KS

Pisgah High School Canton, NC

2016 ADVISER Ginny Quincy REPRESENTATIVES Travis Feil, Marco Reyes

2016 ADVISER Tammy Ensley REPRESENTATIVE Dustin Cox

Rancocas Valley Regional High School Mt. Holly, NJ

2016 ADVISER Peter Liberti REPRESENTATIVE David Riley Embossed, Foil, Graining (cutout), Quarterbinding

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Screened, Burnishing, Foil

Screened, Foil, Silk-screening

Embossed, Facet Foil Debossing, Foil, Quarterbinding, Silk-screening

2016 ADVISER Cindy Pugliese REPRESENTATIVE Terry McGovern Embossed, Foil, Silk-screening


19 PANTHERA ONCA John C. Kimball High School Tracy, CA 2016 ADVISER Christopher Munger REPRESENTATIVE Jeffrey Williams Embossed, Precision Cut

20 WINDIGO Edina High School Edina, MN 2016 ADVISER Ellen Guerin REPRESENTATIVE Sherri Loney Embossed, Precision Cut, Silk-screening

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THE EAGLE

AQUILA

PROFILE

THE FLIGHT

Prosper High School Prosper, TX

Egg Harbor Township High School Egg Harbor Township, NJ

Assumption High School Wisconsin Rapids, WI

Briar Woods High School Ashburn, VA

2016 ADVISER Lyndsey Hamlin REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates

2016 ADVISER Allison Fenton REPRESENTATIVE Terry McGovern

2016 ADVISER Cathy Hunn REPRESENTATIVE Dave Belland

2016 ADVISER Cristina Mai REPRESENTATIVE Jason Baranowski

Embossed, Precision Cut, Silk-screening

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

Screened, Silk-screening

Screened, Foil, Silk-screening

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FIAT LUX

STAMPEDE

THE LEGEND

THE BUCCANEER

Wheatland High School Wheatland, CA

Shadow Ridge High School Las Vegas, NV

Katella High School Anaheim, CA

Walter Hines Page High School Greensboro, NC

2016 ADVISER Pam Sullivan REPRESENTATIVE Jan Moore

2016 ADVISER Tania Mason REPRESENTATIVES Judy Allen, Michelle Allen

2016 ADVISER Tom Ricci REPRESENTATIVE Brett Baird

2016 ADVISER Matthew Rickard REPRESENTATIVE Joe Elmore

Litho/Litho Combo, Graining (cutout), Precision Cut, Matte Lamination

Embossed, Silk-screening, Tip-on (chenille letter)

Embossed, Burnishing, Foil, Silk-screening

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BUNHIHI

MUSKET

TECUMSEH

THE AERIE

Bunker Hill High School Claremont, NC

Washington Township High School Sewell, NJ

Shawnee High School Medford, NJ

Holly Springs High School Holly Springs, NC

2016 ADVISER Kelly Bacon REPRESENTATIVE Terry McGovern

2016 ADVISER Kevin Chamberlain REPRESENTATIVES Kim Trezona, Sarah Griffin, Kristin Stimmell

2016 ADVISER Kurt Sigmon REPRESENTATIVE Alison Klopp Screened, Burnishing, Graining (cutout), Precision Cut, Silk-screening

Embossed, Graining, Precision Cut, Silk-screening

Litho/Litho Combo, Graining (cutout), Precision Cut, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

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PANTHEON

TIDINGS

HILLTOPPER

PAWPRINT

Palo Verde High School Las Vegas, NV

T.L. Hanna High School Anderson, SC

Hillcrest High School Simpsonville, SC

Grassfield High School Chesapeake, VA

2016 ADVISER Andrea Resnick REPRESENTATIVES Judy Allen, Michelle Allen

2016 ADVISER Dot Vaughn REPRESENTATIVE Luke Samples

2016 ADVISER Linda Ray REPRESENTATIVE Luke Samples

Embossed, Burnishing, Foil

Embossed, Foil, Graining (cutout), Silk-screening

2016 ADVISER Rachel Goodman REPRESENTATIVES Joe Boocks, Jay Hollis

Embossed, Burnishing, Foil

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2016 ADVISER William Hughes REPRESENTATIVE Terry McGovern

Embossed, Silk-screening

Embossed, Foil, Graining (cutout), Precision Cut


37 CHESTNUT BURR Middletown High School Middletown, MD 2016 ADVISER Noah Kady REPRESENTATIVE John Brannigan Litho/Litho Combo, Precision Cut, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

38 GRENADIER Yorktown High School Arlington, VA 2016 ADVISER Millie Solomon REPRESENTATIVE Jason Baranowski Litho/Litho Combo, Precision Cut, Spot UV, Super Matte Lamination

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THE TALON

EQUUS Kennesaw Mountain High School Kennesaw, GA

ZIPPING THROUGH THE YEAR

MUSTANG CHRONICLES

La Quinta High School La Quinta, CA 2016 ADVISER Marcy Herrera REPRESENTATIVE Chris Joy

2016 ADVISER Holly Thomas REPRESENTATIVE Suzanne Ross

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

Embossed, Foil, Graining (cutout), Precision Cut

Palm Desert Charter Middle School Palm Desert, CA 2016 ADVISER Tim Kemp REPRESENTATIVE Chris Joy

Ola High School McDonough, GA 2016 ADVISER Deb Salter REPRESENTATIVE Matt Felis Litho/Litho Combo, Debossing, Foil, Super Matte Lamination

Litho/Litho Combo, Precision Cut, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

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VISION

MAKING IT UP AS WE GO…

TALON

BREAKER

Victory Christian School Tulsa, OK

Daniel J. Savage Middle School Modesto, CA

Central Valley High School Shasta Lake, CA

Calhoun High School Port Lavaca, TX

2016 ADVISER Lee Hartman REPRESENTATIVES Todd Featherston, Ashley Featherston

2016 ADVISERS Aneea Botan-Bote, Koree Brughelli REPRESENTATIVE Jeffrey Williams

2016 ADVISER Brian Rueb REPRESENTATIVE Janey Kilgore

2016 ADVISER Amanda Bird REPRESENTATIVE Donna Magana

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

Litho/Litho Combo, Embossing, Graining (cutout), Gloss Lamination

Screened, Burnishing, Silk-screening

Litho/Litho Combo, Graining (cutout), Precision Cut, ShineFX, Special Press Ink, Super Matte Lamination


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LUCKY BAG

NOTLIMAH

SUNDIAL

TROJAN

United States Naval Academy Annapolis, MD

Hamilton High School Chandler, AZ

Marlborough School Los Angeles, CA

Jenks High School Jenks, OK

2015 ADVISER Commander Julie Shank 2015 LUCKY BAG PRESIDENT Anton Ekman 2015 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Jeffrey Martino REPRESENTATIVES Steve Sweet, George Fold

2016 ADVISER Heather Hackett REPRESENTATIVE Brent McCasland

2016 ADVISERS Chelsea Dean, Chris Colthart REPRESENTATIVE Kari Agee

2016 ADVISER Shannon Fitzpatrick REPRESENTATIVES Todd Featherston, Ashley Featherston

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

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LUCEAT

ISLANDER

KA NA’I AUPUNI

Merritt Island High School Merritt Island, FL

Kamehameha Schools-Kapalama Honolulu, HI

MISCELLANY

Bishop Verot Catholic High School Fort Myers, FL 2016 ADVISER Stacey Elmeer REPRESENTATIVE Ched Chase

2016 ADVISER Denise Stewart REPRESENTATIVE Chad Ragland

2016 ADVISER Lynnete Mercado REPRESENTATIVE Maureen Willett

2016 ADVISER Alisha Martini REPRESENTATIVE John Bumgarner

Embossed, Foil, Silk-screening

Embossed, Foil, Graining, Precision Cut, Silk-screening

Litho/Litho Combo, Precision Cut, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

Screened, Silk-screening

Bishop England High School Charleston, SC


55 LITORIA Fowler High School Fowler, CA 2016 ADVISER Anna Kirchman REPRESENTATIVE Beth Olson Litho/Litho Combo, Foil, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

56 THE AERIE Atascocita High School Humble, TX 2016 ADVISER Ken Tatum REPRESENTATIVE Matt Fulp Screened, Precision Cut, Silk-screening

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YELLOWJACKET

AZALEA

ELL ESS PE

PIBROCH

Alvin High School Alvin, TX

Analy High School Sebastopol, CA

Rim of the World High School Lake Arrowhead, CA

2016 ADVISER Lela Siegel REPRESENTATIVE Donna Magana

2016 ADVISER Amy Nelson REPRESENTATIVES Sheri Scott, Tiffany Stanbury

LaSalle-Peru Township High School LaSalle, IL

Litho/Litho Combo, Spot UV, Super Matte Lamination

2016 ADVISER Kristil Cobb REPRESENTATIVE Chris Joy Litho/Litho Combo, Graining (cutout), ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

Litho/Litho Combo, Precision Cut, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

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FASTI

NUCLEUS

OUR FOCUS

THE ARCHIVE

Chaffey High School Ontario, CA

New Jersey Institute of Technology Newark, NJ

Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing Arts Dallas, TX

Bishop Gorman High School Las Vegas, NV

2016 ADVISER Robert Moran REPRESENTATIVE Bonnie Blackman

2016 ADVISER Cathy Vernon REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates

2016 ADVISER Rene Luna REPRESENTATIVE Chris Joy Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

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2016 ADVISER Haley Stouffer REPRESENTATIVE Mike Budak

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

Embossed, Precision Cut

2016 ADVISER Marc Sayre REPRESENTATIVES Judy Allen, Michelle Allen Embossed, Precision Cut, Silk-screening


65 THE TALON Rockwall-Heath High School Rockwall, TX 2016 ADVISER Leah Voth REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Litho/Litho Combo, Thermal Ink, Super Matte Lamination

66 PICTURE THIS Heritage Hall Oklahoma City, OK 2016 ADVISER Jennifer Huff REPRESENTATIVES Bart Baker, Heather Rice Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Thermal Ink, Super Matte Lamination

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PRAETERITA

EXCALIBUR

ATTRIBUTE

HILLCREST

St. Andrew’s Episcopal School Potomac, MD

Manchester Memorial High School Manchester, NH

Addison Trail High School Addison, IL

Clyde A. Erwin High School Asheville, NC

2016 ADVISER Edgar Reyes REPRESENTATIVE Jason Baranowski

2016 ADVISERS Ron Budway, Amy Christopher REPRESENTATIVE Corey LaRoche

2016 ADVISERS Jessica Clark, Katie Prast REPRESENTATIVE Regina Murray

2016 ADVISER Megan Morgan REPRESENTATIVE Dustin Cox

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Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

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LENAPE

HARVARD 380

THE RIOT

TALKING LEAVES

Watchung Hills Regional High School Warren, NJ

Harvard Yearbook Publications Cambridge, MA

Shadow Ridge High School Surprise, AZ

Cherokee High School Marlton, NJ

2016 PRESIDENT Dennis Lee 2016 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Whitney Gao REPRESENTATIVE Tara Anderson

2016 ADVISER Casey Hinde REPRESENTATIVE Brent McCasland

2016 ADVISER Sharon Billetdoux REPRESENTATIVE Terry McGoverny

Litho/Litho Combo, Graining (cutout), Spot UV, Super Matte Lamination

Litho/Litho Combo, Embossing, Graining (cutout), Silk-screening, Super Matte Lamination

Litho/Litho Combo, Graining (cutout), Precision Cut, ShineFX, Special Press Ink, Super Matte Lamination

2016 ADVISERS Kay Platt, Chris Gibson, Rosanne Klink, Michelle Madigan REPRESENTATIVE Tim McGovern Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

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Embossed, Facet Foil Debossing, Graining (cutout), Overtone Rub, Silk-screening

Embossed, Foil, Precision Cut, Silk-screening


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68TH EDITION

PINNACLE

ANABASIS

THE HAWK

Markham District High School Markham, ON

Pikesville High School Pikesville, MD

Brookfield Academy Brookfield, WI

Horizon High School Thornton, CO

2016 ADVISER Carey Howard REPRESENTATIVE Elaine Turcotte

2016 ADVISER Rita Leiby REPRESENTATIVE John Brannigan

2016 ADVISER Karen Schleicher REPRESENTATIVE Jayme Bogner

2016 ADVISER Alison Root REPRESENTATIVE Dana Weiss

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Litho/Litho Combo, Aqueous Coating

Litho/Litho Combo, Super Matte Lamination

Litho/Litho Combo, Super Matte Lamination

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CLASSIC KERN VALLEY

RAM PRIDE

REGALIA

EL LOBO

Kern Valley High School Lake Isabella, CA

Northside Middle School Northport, AL

Highland High School Bakersfield, CA

Little Elm High School Little Elm, TX

2016 ADVISER Randi Chappell REPRESENTATIVE Melissa Hodge

2016 ADVISER Reneé Smith REPRESENTATIVE Jeremy Grubbs

2016 ADVISER Brooke Castro REPRESENTATIVE Melissa Hodge

Litho/Litho Combo, Graining (cutout), Super Matte Lamination

Litho/Litho Combo, Foil, Matte Lamination

Screened, Silk-screening

2016 ADVISER Michelle Gentry REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Embossed, Silk-screening


83 LEGEND McCulloch Intermediate SchoolHighland Park Middle School Dallas, TX 2016 ADVISER Aaron Cappotelli REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Litho/Litho Combo, Graining (cutout), Thermal Ink, Super Matte Lamination

84 KNIGHT REFLECTIONS Trinity Academy Wichita, KS 2016 ADVISER Linda Werhan REPRESENTATIVES Travis Feil, Marco Reyes Litho/Litho Combo, Special Press Ink, Thermal Ink, Super Matte Lamination

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YOU, ME, SOUTH VIEW

ACCOLADE

THROUGH THICK & THIN

ICONIC

South View Middle School Edina, MN

Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy McDonough, GA

Jackson Middle School San Antonio, TX

Wichita High School North Wichita, KS

2016 ADVISER Crystal Murphy REPRESENTATIVE Mica Carpenter

2016 ADVISER Gaye Coburn REPRESENTATIVES Travis Feil, Marco Reyes

2016 ADVISER Betsy Madson REPRESENTATIVE Sherri Loney Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

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EXCALIBUR

PACESETTER

QUID NUNC

WAYARIAN

Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School Montgomery, AL

Pace Academy Atlanta, GA

Roland Park Country School Baltimore, MD

Waynesboro Area High School Waynesboro, PA

2016 ADVISER Ryan Vihlen REPRESENTATIVE Julie Christie

2016 ADVISER Sarah Cody REPRESENTATIVE Chuck Sabia

2016 ADVISER Betsy Morningstar REPRESENTATIVE Frederick Reeping

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Bettina Sinclair REPRESENTATIVE Tyler Melton Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

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2016 ADVISER Carla Shoemaker REPRESENTATIVE Matt Felis


93 THE VIKING The Village School Houston, TX 2016 ADVISER Alicia Merrifield REPRESENTATIVE Donna Magana Litho/Litho Combo, Embossing, Spot UV, Super Matte Lamination

94 RETROSPECT East Lincoln High School Denver, NC 2016 ADVISER Jaci Knight REPRESENTATIVE Alison Klopp Litho/Litho Combo, Embossing, Aqueous Coating

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HETEROCHROMIA

EXCALIBUR

2357 STORIES

DOVERIAN

Holman Middle School Glen Allen, VA

West Florence High School Florence, SC

Norman North High School Norman, OK

Dover High School Dover, DE

2016 ADVISER Michael Mullins REPRESENTATIVE Hayley Elliott

2016 ADVISER Maggie Donaldson REPRESENTATIVE David Patrick

Embossed, Foil, Precision Cut, Silk-screening

Embossed, Burnishing, Foil

2016 ADVISER Nicah Lowry REPRESENTATIVES Bart Baker, Heather Rice

2016 ADVISER Wendy Reed-Ridgeway REPRESENTATIVE Chuck Hudson

Litho/Litho Combo, Precision Cut, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

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ORACLE

IMPRINTS

WATCHTOWER

EXPEDITION

Edison High School Huntington Beach, CA

Paul VI Catholic High School Fairfax, VA

Beverly Hills High School Beverly Hills, CA

Maria Carrillo High School Santa Rosa, CA

2016 ADVISER Jeff Lam REPRESENTATIVE Brett Baird

2016 ADVISER Eileen Curren REPRESENTATIVE Jason Baranowski

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

Screened, Foil, Quarterbinding, Silk-screening

2016 ADVISER Gaby Herbst REPRESENTATIVES Mike Conlon, Luci Conlin

2016 ADVISER Lorraine Martinez REPRESENTATIVES Sheri Scott, Tiffany Stanbury

Litho/Litho Combo, Spot UV, Super Matte Lamination

Litho/Litho Combo, Foil, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination


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JOURNEYMAN

MUSTANG

THE ECHO

THE ACCOLADE

West Morris Mendham High School Mendham, NJ

George Mason High School Falls Church, VA

Elkins Pointe Middle School Roswell, GA

St. Francis de Sales School Toledo, OH

2016 ADVISER Tracey Vandernaaldt REPRESENTATIVE Jason Baranowski

2016 ADVISER Marcie Suckow REPRESENTATIVE Andrea Avery

2016 ADVISER Alexis Austin REPRESENTATIVE Steve Dufrane

Litho/Litho Combo, Graining (cutout), Precision Cut, Spot UV, Super Matte Lamination

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

Embossed, Burnishing, Foil

Litho/Litho Combo, Super Matte Lamination

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RED AND BLACK

PEGÉ

THE LOG

VANTAGE POINT

Central High School Phenix City, AL

West Nottingham Academy Colora, MD

Hampton Roads Academy Newport News, VA

Johns Creek High School Johns Creek, GA

2016 ADVISER Karen Vaillant REPRESENTATIVE Tyler Melton

2016 ADVISER Trish Kuhlman REPRESENTATIVE Chuck Hudson

2016 ADVISER Jennifer Clark REPRESENTATIVE Lyndsey Bland

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

Litho/Litho Combo, Gloss Lamination

2016 ADVISER Sue Ardelji REPRESENTATIVES Joe Boocks, Jay Hollis

2016 ADVISER Peter Moccia REPRESENTATIVE Tim McGovern

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Embossed, Foil


111 THE TALON Gaston Christian School Gastonia, NC 2016 ADVISER Jill Overton REPRESENTATIVE Stephanie Clark Litho/Litho Combo, Embossing, Precision Cut, Aqueous Coating

112 PROWLER Lake Norman High School Mooresville, NC 2016 ADVISER Carrie Hall REPRESENTATIVE Alison Klopp Litho/Litho Combo, Embossing, Precision Cut, Aqueous Coating

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CHARIS

OREAD

CAT’S PAW

QUIPS & CRANKS

Charis Bible College Woodland Park, CO

Burlington High School Burlington, VT

Lexington High School Lexington, SC

Davidson College Davidson, NC

2016 ADVISER Tim Swartz REPRESENTATIVE Peter Griffin

2016 ADVISER Colby Skogland REPRESENTATIVE Matt Clark

2016 ADVISER Amanda Hajji REPRESENTATIVE David Patrick

2015 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Haley Atkins REPRESENTATIVE Alison Klopp

Embossed, Foil, Quarterbinding, Silk-screening

Litho/Litho Combo, Spot UV, Super Matte Lamination

Embossed, Precision Cut, Silk-screening

Embossed, Graining (cutout), Overtone Rub

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EAST ANGELUS

OLYMPIAN

ASGARD

TRIBES

East High School Denver, CO

Mountain Brook High School Mountain Brook, AL

Mills High School Millbrae, CA

Edgewood Jr./Sr. High School Merritt Island, FL

2016 ADVISERS Brie Martin, Mark Trapino REPRESENTATIVE Peter Griffin

2016 ADVISERS Jill Covington McGee, Brook Hawkins REPRESENTATIVE Jeremy Grubbs

2016 ADVISER Angela Reinhardt-Mullins REPRESENTATIVE Michael Zaher

2016 ADVISER Jessica Taylor REPRESENTATIVE Chad Ragland

Embossed, Graining, Overtone Rub, Silk-screening

Embossed, Burnishing, Graining (cutout), Silk-screening

Screened, Precision Cut, Silk-screening

Screened, Precision Cut, Silk-screening


121 ETONIAN Eaton High School Eaton, CO 2016 ADVISER Meredith Kirby REPRESENTATIVE Dana Weiss Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

122 THE BRONCO Denton High School Denton, TX 2016 ADVISER Rebecka Frey REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Litho/Litho Combo, Precision Cut, Super Matte Lamination

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MOST INCLUSIVE RECOGNIZING ONE OF AMERICA’S

MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL [WI] ABSOLUTELY EVERYONE IN THE BOOK AT LEAST THREE TIMES


WINNERS | Photography | Design | Journalism |

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PHOTOGRAPHY 2016 JOSTENS PHOTO CONTEST

Thousands of talented student photographers took their best shot at a chance to win the 2016 Jostens Photo Contest. The entries were spectacular. From the more than 1,200 photos submitted, the judges selected 80 for special recognition. A grand prize winner was named and awards were given in 10 categories: Academics, Graduation, Middle School, Photo Illustration, Portrait, ReplayIt, Sports Action, Sports Sidelines, Student Life, Yearbookers in Action.

2016 JUDGES ROBERT BAIN University Photographer San Jose State University [CA} MIKE MCLEAN Freelance Photographer McLean Photo [TX] SUNG PARK Photojournalism Instructor University of Oregon [OR] SHERRI TAYLOR Director of Scholastic Journalism Design Instructor Syracuse University [NY] Instructional captions by Sherri Taylor

2016 GRAND PRIZE SURF’S UP Mary Beth Burns, photographer Deanne Brown, adviser Westlake High School Austin, TX Beautiful composition carried this photo to the top prize in the 2016 competition. The position of the waves, surfer, splashes and light made this one a clear winner. Silhouetted in perfect form, the surfer is the clear subject of this moment. But the perfect splashes peak beautifully under his board. There’s enough available light to provide illumination where it’s needed: on the splashes and in the right sky leading to the surfer. The cool blues of the sky and water contrast nicely with his silhouetted form and repeat the darker blues of the waves.

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ACADEMICS 1ST PLACE ACADEMICS BEST SNAPCHAT Spencer Carey, photographer C. Dow Tate, adviser Shawnee Mission East High School Prairie Village, KS

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Science class experiments often make good photo subjects for the academics section of the yearbook. This one is a winner, The drama of the flames snaking from top to bottom of the apparatus, provide

even illumination for the science student. The photographer’s side angle and use of available light kept the background from disturbing the foreground.


2ND PLACE ACADEMICS JACK OF ALL TRADES Kelsey Dunton, photographer Julie Goldstein, adviser Green Valley High School Henderson, NV

Proudly wearing his protective safety goggles, this young subject’s enthusiasm for his look made for a charming portrait. The photographer’s close angle fills the frame with

grinning glee. Looking to situations leading up to class experiments often results in opportunities for interesting and unique images.

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3RD PLACE ACADEMICS PLAYING THE SHADOWS Leah O’Connor, photographer C. Dow Tate, adviser Shawnee Mission East High School Prairie Village, KS

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Light and movement combine for an interesting image. With light illuminating the students from behind, silhouetted shadows are cast on a white background

showing their actions. Knowing when interesting activities are planned in classes is key to being able to include them in the yearbook.


4TH PLACE ACADEMICS THE GREAT DEBATE Noah West, photographer Ace Horton, adviser Bentonville High School Bentonville, AR

Shot from the rafters in an auditorium, this photographer shows a debate presentation by two students on a stage lit from directional light in front of them.

The available light and exposure are effective in creating dramatic light, which still provides detail of their faces. The long shadows and arc of stage light add to the appeal.

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5TH PLACE ACADEMICS MENTOR AND STUDENT Annalisa Morgan, photographer Angel Morgan, adviser Battle Ground High School Battle Ground, WA

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It’s often difficult to show interaction in classroom shots, but this photographer took advantage of the opportunity in his welding shot. From a safe shooting distance, this photographer shows an experienced

ACADEMICS

student working with another student on a project. The vertical framing works great in isolating the two students and provides interesting colored light from the welding process.


GRADUATION

1ST PLACE GRADUATION STEPPING INTO A NEW KIND OF FREEDOM Breanna Leasure, photographer Aaron Fitzpatrick, adviser Freedom Area High School Freedom, PA

A graduation panoramic scene beautifully showcases the entire cast of characters: the grads, the friends and family, the setting and the weather. Shot from the stands

filled with family and friends, this photo is a wonderful record of the event which places the viewer directly in the middle of it. The vivid colors add a surreal feeling to the photo.

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2ND PLACE GRADUATION WAITING IN THE WINGS Zachariah Chou, photographer Diana Adams, adviser American Heritage School/Plantation Plantation, FL

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This photographer found an interesting pattern of repetition by shooting from a high position as the graduates walked below. The warm color of the caps contrasts

beautifully with the dark background under them. The angle also allows for showcasing students who got crafty with decorating their caps for the ceremony.


3RD PLACE GRADUATION HI MOM Kenzi Brenton, photographer Lisa Stine, adviser Bryant High School Bryant, AR

Emotions run high at graduation, and photographers should focus on the emotions when possible. Shooting from among a row of graduates, this photographer captured happiness in

the expressions of this group of grads with waves and smiles. Waiting for these moments makes for winning graduation photos.

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4TH PLACE GRADUATION LEFT BEHIND Zoe West, photographer Amanda Bright, adviser Mattoon High School Mattoon, IL

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Still shooting after the ceremony ended, this photographer focused on a collection of graduation icons left behind after the ceremony. Covering graduation from beginning

to end and after offers opportunities to see new and different images for the yearbook’s coverage of this important event.


5TH PLACE GRADUATION PROUD PROFESSOR Katie Kroeppler, photographer Lisa Baker, adviser Horizon High School Scottsdale, AZ

The relationships between teachers and graduates is always an important part of graduation. The happy expression and warm embrace of this teacher and student capture the emotion of the day.

The photographer did a great job of isolating this solitary moment between the two in a vertical frame. Shooting from a low angle offered a clean, dark sky background.

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

1ST PLACE MIDDLE SCHOOL SPOTLIGHT ON ART Shanae Potts, photographer Lori Long, adviser Stockton Middle School Stockton, MO

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The pattern of light and the photographer’s high shooting angle combine for a beautiful photo of this student’s studied concentration in an art class. The high angle isolates the student in the frame and adds

to the feeling of concentration. The angle of the light emphasizes his arm and hand in the artistic process.The palettes of color add context.


2ND PLACE MIDDLE SCHOOL AVOIDING THE TACKLE Matthew Gil, photographer Traci Brewington, adviser Harmony Grove Junior High School Benton, AR

This photographer captured key action during a football game. The contrast between the warm red color of the ball carrier and the cool black uniforms of the opponent brings the viewer directly to the

subject. The tight crop emphasizes the upper body importance of this play. The telephoto lens use puts the viewer right in the middle of the action.

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3RD PLACE MIDDLE SCHOOL BIGGS Chandler Fowler, photographer Bruce Fowler, adviser Ola Middle School McDonough, GA

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The concentrated gaze of the girl in this portrait locks her eyes to the viewer’s. Shot behind a chain link fence, the girl’s clothing and eye

black indicate that she’s playing in a football competition. The girl’s gentle gaze creates an intriguing question about her role in the event.


4TH PLACE MIDDLE SCHOOL FROG DISSECTION Zoey Babyak, photographer Troy Mann, adviser Spring Branch Middle School Spring Branch, TX

Unlike some students, this girl seems intrigued with the process of frog dissection. The photographer used a low shooting angle to capture both her expression and

her determined look. Her hands nicely frame the dissection tray. The background adds to the context of a science room setting.

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5TH PLACE MIDDLE SCHOOL ANOTHER STRING ON YOUR BOW Ross Sibley, photographer Denise Freeman, adviser Moore Middle School Redlands, CA

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Shooting from a close angle at the end of the row of violinists provides the selective focus that makes the focused foreground player the center of interest. The repetition of the other

musicians with their bows and violins adds to the practice scene in the music room without distracting from the primary subject.

MIDDLE SCHOOL


PHOTO ILLUSTRATION 1ST PLACE PHOTO ILLUSTRATION PAPILLON Jessica St. Onge, photographer Michele Cole, adviser Cherokee High School Marlton, NJ

A study of shadow and light creates an intriguing picture shot against a patterned backdrop. The detail in the silhouetted image’s hair and hands on the backdrop illuminated from behind, interplay with the shadows

from the draped fabric with its delicate translucency. The shadowed figure’s pose on the backdrop points up which subtly suggests positive energy.

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2ND PLACE PHOTO ILLUSTRATION UNCONSCIOUS Namita Patel, photographer Matthew Rickard, adviser Page High School Greensboro, NC

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Suggesting the photo’s title, “Unconscious,” the girl lies still with outstretched arms directly on the background. Shot from above the scene, the shadowy figure of an ominous giant hand interacts with

the still figure leaving the viewer to determine what will happen next. The positions of both figures, one silhouetted, one dimensional, create an interesting, undefined story.


3RD PLACE PHOTO ILLUSTRATION PEACE Katherine Justiniani, photographer Sheena Zadi, adviser North Ridgeville High School North Ridgeville, OH

Using icons of the photo’s title, “Peace,” this photographer used dove wings to grace the subject who also holds a dove with outstretched wings ready to fly.

The stationary position of the girl’s wings contrast with the dove’s wings and position suggesting impending flight and freedom.

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4TH PLACE PHOTO ILLUSTRATION MAKE YOUR MARK Kelly Jiang, photographer Michelle Jacklitch, adviser Wayzata High School Plymouth, MN

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Two fingerprints glow in ultraviolet green light showing the patterns of each one on a specimen slide. The background’s dark colored,

muted tones allow the fingerprints to emerge in the scene. The diagonal position of the specimen tray adds visual tension to the scene.


5TH PLACE PHOTO ILLUSTRATION STATE OF MIND Judy Labib, photographer Juan Guevara, adviser Cypress Woods High School Cypress, TX

“State of Mind” is a perfect title for this photographer’s illustration. Starting with a silhouetted face shot from the side, the photographer combined paned windows and other building icons to suggest

his theme. The translucency of the subject’s glasses and windows adds depth and layering. The warm color of the background suggests a sunny background.

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PORTRAIT 1ST PLACE PORTRAIT THE ONE WHO HOLDS THE BRUSH Jacqueline Melendez, photographer Kristil Cobb, adviser Rim of the World High School Twin Peaks, CA

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An extreme close-up of half the subject’s face is a dynamic subject for this winner. The random paint applied to the girl’s face adds color

and interest without affecting her distinct gaze into the camera. The warm background adds color.


2ND PLACE PORTRAIT EYES OF SUMMER Maxwell Keliehor, photographer Deanne Brown, adviser Westlake High School Austin, TX

The eyes have it in this portrait. Gazing intently into the camera, the subject‘s face is partially submerged in water, adding drama to the gaze of the eyes. The photographer’s high angle

and tight crop on the subject add vulnerability. The calm water adds points of interest through shadows and highlights. The use of black and white adds to the effectiveness.

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3RD PLACE PORTRAIT WINTER SHADES Juan-Felipe Arias, photographer Suzan Lynch, adviser Stratford High School Houston, TX

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In a portrait, the photographer controls the entire scene. Finding interesting settings for the portrait means scouting for good locations and using them to advantage.

This diagonally painted wall is a good example. It’s an interesting background for this portrait. The model’s natural position, simple clothing and pose work well here.


4TH PLACE PORTRAIT THE MUSICIAN Julia Hammond, photographer Verna O’Donnell, adviser Valley Regional High School Deep River, CT

Using just a sliver of light for illumination, this photographer captured the fine details of the musician in this interesting photo. The side light shows just enough

detail to keep the photo interesting. The shiny metal instrument is nicely outlined, and frames the musician as he performs.

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5TH PLACE PORTRAIT QUIET Hannah Walter, photographer Ace Horton, adviser Bentonville High School Bentonville, AR

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Textures are the story of this portrait. The spotty lighting on the background, the girl’s dark hair and her furry vest all combine nicely in various shades of black and white.

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Her downturned face suggests her innocence through her hidden eyes. The shadows framing her face from her hair add interest. Streaks of light on her hair add detail.


REPLAYIT 1ST PLACE REPLAYIT HOMECOMING GAME Rosa Perez, photographer Laurie Cohen, adviser St. Dominic Savio Catholic High School Austin, TX

Glee is evident on the faces of these friends as they gather for a selfie in one of the many moments they won’t forget during high school. Selfies are the ubiquitous norm for

the cell phone camera user. Using reader-generated photos such as selfies, adds significance and depth to any yearbook’s coverage.

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2ND PLACE REPLAYIT THROUGH THE CHAIN LINK Candace Little, photographer Kevin Chamberlain, adviser Holy Springs High School Holy Springs, NC

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Seeing a framing device in a segment of chain link fence created an interesting photo for this photographer. Placing the legs

of his subject in the fence frame creates an interesting juxtaposition of repetitive lines and angles.


3RD PLACE REPLAYIT MARVEL Alexandria Pompei, photographer Ava Butzu, adviser Grand Blanc High School Grand Blanc, MI

Using the close-up cell phone function in a tightly cropped image, this photographer captured a stunning portrait. The overall warm

tonality of the image is spotlighted by her red lips and framed by her dark hair. The beads adorning her face add elegance.

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4TH PLACE REPLAYIT COLORADO Tori Everson, photographer Sarah Cole, adviser Orono High School Long Lake, MN

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A street scene on a rainy day seems cold and damp in cool greens and blues framed by raindrops caught

on the cell phone lens. In the fading light, the bright lights of cars add points of interest to the scene.


5TH PLACE REPLAYIT LAST PEP RALLY Jennifer Valencia, photographer Elyshea Schwimmer, adviser Shadow Hills High School Indio, CA

Soft, spotty sunlight, usually a difficult shooting condition, creates gentle illumination for this selfie portrait of friends. The tight cropping emphasizes the girls’

close friendship. The two dark-haired girls nicely frame the middle girl with her warm blonde hair.

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SPORTS ACTION 1ST PLACE SPORTS ACTION WAS THAT A FOUL? Drew Hickson, photographer Kyle Carter, adviser Richland High School Essex, MO

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Some of the most interesting basketball action photos occur when players go one-on-one. This photo is no exception. The intensity of the moment shows in the collision that resulted from

opposing maneuvers. With one player upended, the resulting action is captured perfectly, right down to the offensive player’s control of the ball. A tight vertical crop eliminates any distraction in the frame.


2ND PLACE SPORTS ACTION CAN YOU DIG IT? Sara Vaughn, photographer Clint Smith, adviser Texas High School Texarkana, TX

Bodies in diagonal positions add drama to sports action shots when the aftermath suggests falling on the surface of play. This photographer expertly froze such a

moment of high intensity volleyball. The player dives for the ball with a concentrated expression, eyes on the ball. Tight cropping focuses the viewer on the action.

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3RD PLACE SPORTS ACTION IN A LEAGUE OF MY OWN Andrew Kessler, photographer Sarah Shay, adviser Yorba Linda High School Yorba Linda, CA

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Teamwork is the essence of this moment of peak action in a water volleyball match. The player behind the ball leads the viewer’s eyes to both the ball and the reaching arm

of his teammate, placing the players and ball in a triangle of motion. The fast shutter speed froze the splashes of water resulting from the action.


4TH PLACE SPORTS ACTION FLY LIKE A BIRD Nathan McBride, photographer Jamie Beavers, adviser Midway High School Waco, TX

This photographer captured a wide-angle lens scene setter. Excellent cropping at the waists of the cheerleader hurlers leads the eye to the flying cheerleader at the peek of her leap in pure symmetry.

The wide shot includes the scoreboard on the left and the other cheerleaders watching the move from their position on the right. The horizon line stays low, and blue sky dominates the scene’s background.

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5TH PLACE SPORTS ACTION LOOK OUT BELOW Nathan Bek, photographer Boz Schurr, adviser Island Pacific Academy Kapolei, HI

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An underwater camera was used here to show the action from the swimmer’s vantage point and to take the reader along for the swim. The photographer placed the swimmer at the right rule of

thirds, giving him movement into the scene. Placing the sky at the top thirds point horizontally, the photographer let the swimmer’s body and fellow swimmers fill the majority of the scene.

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SPORTS SIDELINES

1ST PLACE SPORTS SIDELINES COLORGUARD Rachel Lewis, photographer Clint Smith, adviser Texas High School Texarkana, TX

Shooting from a low angle, the photographer enhanced the pride shown in this flag twirler’s face and stance during a performance. A definite plus in this photo is the

sense of motion in the flags framing the performer. The repetition of wide swaths of color repeated in her uniform and in the flags adds to the winning shot.

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2ND PLACE SPORTS SIDELINES HYPE Jordan Baak, photographer Rebecca Plumley, adviser Stony Point High School Round Rock, TX

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Sports photographers have a wide variety of opportunities to capture high emotion on sports sidelines. Exuding emotion, a football player gets fired up during a game and expresses it visually and vocally.

The photographer did a great job of seeing him and being there to capture it. The composition, isolating him in the frame, and use of selective focus, capture a pivotal game memory.


3RD PLACE SPORTS SIDELINES GAME PLAN Lauren Maynard, photographer Clint Smith, adviser Texas High School Texarkana, TX

This photographer’s bird’s-eye view shooting position takes viewers to the sidelines and the coaching that goes on during games. Using a dry erase board, this coach gathers

his unit players for a suggested lesson during the game. The field’s overhead lights cast interesting shadows that add depth and drama.

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4TH PLACE SPORTS SIDELINES GO BIG BLUE Clay Campbell, photographer Lisa Stine, adviser Bryant High School Bryant, AR

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Fans at games are full of emotion during intense moments of action, and make great subjects for photographers. Among a sea of enthusiastic fans dressed similarly and with painted faces, this girl’s

wide-mouthed yell and expression make her a great representative of fan support. Her pointing finger focuses her attention to the field and the subject of her emotion.


5TH PLACE SPORTS SIDELINES DARK SKIES Katie Grimes, photographer Karla Primosch, adviser Fountain Hills High Fountain Hills, AZ

Dark, ominous clouds captured this photographer’s focus during a football practice. The presence of the white cloud in the middle of the sky is particularly interesting. Wisely keeping a low horizon point, the photographer used

repetition in showing the players and the background community. The inclusion of the color in the endzone, the green track and the white uniforms contrasts sharply with the dark weather.

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STUDENT LIFE 1ST PLACE STUDENT LIFE SENIOR SUPERLATIVE TRIP SHENANIGANS Susan Gann, photographer Kathy London, adviser White County High School Cleveland, GA

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Arms and legs tell the story here with this young volleyball player’s action to make contact with the ball. The shot is clean and simple, focusing on the player framed against water, blue sky and green

trees. The photographer kept the horizon line high so it doesn’t cut through his head. The warm colors of his trunks, the rope and the ball make him the clear subject.


2ND PLACE STUDENT LIFE BEAUTY SHOP GOSSIP Sara Vaughn, photographer Clint Smith, adviser Texas High School Texarkana, TX

This wonderful image requires a double take, as the viewer checks twice to make sure of the undeniable content. The three young men, in similar poses,

sitting under hair dryers on their cell phones, create a whimsical, unexplained moment that the viewer seeks to understand.

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3RD PLACE STUDENT LIFE DOGDEBALL EXHILARATION Megan Tagami, photographer Laine Remignanti, adviser ‘Iolani School Honolulu, HI

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About to hurl a purple dodgeball at someone not seen, this young thrower delights in the wind-up, encouraged by the friends behind him. The photographer effectively

framed this shot, including the action in the subject’s entire body, and created separation for him in the frame from the boys cheering in the background.


4TH PLACE STUDENT LIFE FIGHT TILL THE FINISH Addie Griffith, photographer C. Dow Tate, adviser Shawnee Mission East High School Prairie Village, KS

Competing to win, these two boys show the friendly struggle in their faces, arms and legs. Shot from slightly above the game, the photo

captures the colorful setting for the competition. The light on the two faces showcases the expressions and fun the boys are enjoying.

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5TH PLACE STUDENT LIFE FRIENDS OF DIFFERENT COLORS Makenzie Campbell, photographer Julie Goldstein, adviser Green Valley High School Henderson, NV

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The “color run” competitions make great photos with packets of colored powders thrown onto the competitors. This extreme close-up of two friends showcases the

interesting color patterns that competitors wear throughout the race. Focusing on half of each girl’s face adds intrigue and interest to the photo.

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YEARBOOKERS IN ACTION

1ST PLACE YEARBOOKERS IN ACTION YEARBOOKERS IN THE WILD Thomas Dang, photographer Deborah Brown, adviser Research Triangle High School Durham, NC

Expertly aiming her camera through a chain link fence, this young photographer looks for the best angle to get her photo. The photographer who shot this photo did a great job with composition.

Filling the frame, the photographer used selective focus to showcase the girl and camera. The pattern and perspective of the fence provide a simple background.

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2ND PLACE YEARBOOKERS IN ACTION BEHIND THE SCENE Scarlett Frausto, photographer David Velaquez, adviser Golden West High School Visalia, CA

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Using available light, this photographer created an image with interesting side light of a photographer adjusting her camera before shooting. Her position and

brightness in the frame make her the obvious subject, but the smaller background detail provides context for the event she is shooting.


3RD PLACE YEARBOOKERS IN ACTION ANGLING FOR THE SHOT Katharine Chester, photographer C. Dow Tate, adviser Shawnee Mission East High School Prairie Village, KS

Practicing framing their portrait of a subject, photographers aim from different positions to get their shots. This photographer’s angle focuses the attention on the repetition of the four girls in

a semicircle, all holding their cameras in position. The shooting subject is shown only partially in the frame, placing emphasis on the practicing photographers.

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4TH PLACE YEARBOOKERS IN ACTION CREATING THE BIG PICTURE Annunziata Morek, photographer Charles Berg, adviser Wadsworth High School Wadsworth, OH

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Extremely wide angle lenses and fisheye lenses offer opportunities to show panoramas of content. This picture’s take on a busy yearbook

classroom offers the viewer multiple examples of repetition and angles of interest. The even illumination adds detail throughout the scene.


5TH PLACE YEARBOOKERS IN ACTION PUTTING IN THE HOURS Corey Neron, photographer Rhonda Yetman, adviser Orangewood Christian School Maitland, FL

This photographer used the bright neon light of a store sign to naturally light the portrait of a cell phone photographer. The purples and

blues of the sign provide interesting directional light, creating highlights and shadows and providing ample face light.

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SUNSET GAME

AN ARTIST’S TOUCH

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AN ARTIST’S TOUCH Kayla Kaveney, photographer Sarah Cole, adviser Orono High School Long lake, MN

SUNSET GAME Amy Sears, photographer C. Dow Tate, adviser Shawnee Mission East High School Prairie Village, KS

SINK OR SWIM Lauren Bolton, photographer Stacy Grice, adviser Sims Middle School Pace, FL

Art and other hands-on classes offer endless shooting opportunities for yearbook photographers. In a pottery class, this photographer moved in close to her subject, eliminating background distraction. The concentration of the potter on her pot’s detail is captured nicely from an angle slightly beneath her which shows her concentration.

A setting sun silhouettes the form of this photographer shooting the scene. The details of the subject are visible against the bright background. Her camera, arm and ponytail define her. The darkness to the sides of the girl frames her and maintains viewer attention on her.

The high shooting angle of the photographer created good contrast and a clean background for this life-saving swimming exercise. The angle still enabled the photographer to capture the subjects’ expressions as the exercise is completed successfully.


CAUGHT IN THE MOMENT

PORTRAIT OF BRIAN

HONOR IN THE GAME

PORTRAIT OF BRIAN Sarah Dillingham, photographer Bruce Fowler, adviser Ola Middle School McDonough, GA

CAUGHT IN THE MOMENT Hannah Henderson, photographer Amanda Bastoni, adviser ConVal Regional High School Peterborough, NH

HONOR IN THE GAME Jamie Dorsey, photographer Deanna Dellana, adviser James Bowie High School Austin, TX

Bright light directly behind the portrait subject’s head frames his face and focuses attention there. Just enough light was added to his face to illustrate the detail in his face. Leaving the far left side of his face undefined in shadow adds interest and intrigue. The tight crop fills the frame and highlights his expression.

This environmental portrait places the jumping musician smack dab in the middle of the light coming in from the opening of the graffiti-filled tunnel. The musician’s dark suit and guitar create an appropriate silhouette. The timing on this shot was crucial to its success. The light had to illuminate enough of the tunnel to balance the light on the musician, the opening and the graffiti.

With a displayed American flag on he field in front of them, three players gather at midfield for the starting ceremony. In rapt attention to the honor of the moment, the players assume identical stances. The horizontal shot is wonderfully composed with the players showcased against the flag on the green field.

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VALENTINE SERENADES

PUSH N’ SHOVE

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GOOD GAME BIG BRO

PUSH N’ SHOVE Brittany Solis, photographer Megan Turner, adviser Desert Ridge High School Mesa, AZ

VALENTINE’S SERENADES Shuge Luo, photographer Carley Stavis, adviser Cupertino High School Cupertino, CA

GOOD GAME BIG BRO Callie Akin, photographer Bruce Fowler, adviser Ola Middle School McDonough, GA

Warm afternoon sun lights this dynamic action of a key moment during a soccer match. The positions of the competitors’ bodies diagonally leaning into each other, suggests the competition for control of the ball. The tight vertical framing and simple background add to the appeal of this action shot.

Surrounded by identically dressed singers, this subject’s serenade provides a priceless photo of embarrassment during a Valentine’s Day event. The subject’s position in the frame maximizes the singers and puts the camera at his eye level. His body language adds to his obvious discomfort with arms folded and eyes downcast, but all in good fun.

This photo captures a sweet moment between a young fan and her football player brother. The photographer did a good job in finding this special moment after the game. The girl’s hands grasping her brother’s face as he leans down to her level shows their relationship, and offers a different perspective beyond action shots of the game.


ZACH IN BLACK AND WHITE

A FOGGY SIGHT

FLOUR CHILD

BE MINE

ZACH IN BLACK AND WHITE Caleb Boutwell, photographer Bruce Fowler, adviser Ola Middle School McDonough, GA

FLOUR CHILD Lauren Maynard, photographer Clint Smith, adviser Texas High School Texarkana, TX

A FOGGY SIGHT Tatiana Brasil, photographer Amanda Hanson, adviser Mountain View Christian School Las Vegas, NV

BE MINE Jamey Dursey, photographer Deanna Dellana, adviser James Bowie High School Austin, TX

The foreground the photographer shot through adds mystery to the portrait, shielding part of the subject’s face from the viewer. In black and white, the portrait seems stark and honest without color getting in the way. The slight tilt of the head and neutral expression add to the portrait’s intrigue.

In a balance of perfect symmetry, this performer’s deftness and agility create an intriguing photo. The photographer captured the perfect moment with both legs and arms in position as the performer throws handfuls of flour in the air, which are also pretty symmetrical. The overhead light adds depth and detail.

A symmetrical landscape works effectively vertically framed on a foggy day. The water creates a vanishing point that leads the reader from foreground to background. The light colors of the rocks on both sides of the water contrast with the darker shadows and the still water.

Posing for a photographer on a background on Valentine’s Day, two girls hold their sign as the photographer prepares to shoot. The photographer of this scene placed the Valentine’s posers in the background of the frame, placing the photographer shooting them closer to the camera. The difference in the sizes of the people in the foreground and background works effectively to separate them and move the viewer through the image.

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FINISHING FIRST IN THE SPECIAL OLYMPICS

EAGER TO ANSWER

FINISHING FIRST IN THE SPECIAL OLYMPICS Abigail Patton, photographer Amy Barker, adviser Monett Middle School Monett, MO Focusing on the finish line, this photographer captured the finish line tape broken by the runner as he concentrates on completing the race. The front shooting angle adds interest as the boy’s body seems to be leaning back with his foreground leg steadying him.

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EAGER TO ANSWER Lauren Ripple, photographer Pam Holben, adviser Providence Academy Johnson City, TN

HAIR POTTERY Sarah Zukowski, photographer Lisa Baker, adviser Horizon High School Scottsdale, AZ

With wonder on his face, this young boy shows what learning is all about. The boy’s hands and expression provide a frame for his classroom experience. The brightly colored board behind him provides a context for the scene.

The photographer’s high angle helps her show the delicate fibers in this hands-on experience. The light from in front and underneath the subject’s hands is integral to the scene. The warm color of her skin tones contrasts nicely with the cool tones of her clothes and the background.


IN FULL SWING

GOLDEN HALL

CROWN JEWEL

IN FULL SWING Rochelle Trinidad, photographer Jaclyn Keller, adviser Shelbyville High School Shelbyville, IN Student performances are necessary to document the year’s activities for the yearbook, but also offer opportunities for photographers to be creative. This performance shot perfectly freezes a pivotal dance movement between the performers. The bent pose showcases the two dancers with both faces visible. Use of a fast shutter speed froze the twirling skirt.

HISTORY IN THE MAKING

CROWN JEWEL Gabrielle Fonseca, photographer Adriana Martinez, adviser PSJA Memorial Early College High School San Juan, TX Showing the queen in a pose beyond the crowning ceremony resulted in a very nice, fresh image of her admiring her floral bouquet on the sidelines. Fresh angles and unique images offer opportunities to avoid visual clichés. Shooting the queen after the ceremony resulted in a nice moment for this photographer.

GOLDEN HALL Mary Beth Burns, photographer Deanne Brown, adviser Westlake High School Austin, TX

HISTORY IN THE MAKING Andrew Kemp, photographer Linda Werhan, adviser Trinity Academy Wichita, KS

With the sun pouring into the hall windows, the silhouettes cast long shadows of students at their lockers. The golden tonality and intensity of the light does a nice job of suggesting day’s end. Intense natural light creates interesting photos.

This classic winning-team moment encapsulates a shared experience representing a season of success. The sea of ecstatic players surround each other and their trophy, expressing emotion in a variety of individual ways. The viewer can almost “hear” this photo by viewing it.

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MVP

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LEVITATION Judy Labib, photographer Juan Guevara, adviser Cypress Woods High School Cypress, TX

MVP Kenzie Brenton, photographer Lisa Stine, adviser Bryant High School Bryant, AR

TAKE THAT! Tina Gonzalez, photographer Russell Hill, adviser Coronado High School Lubbock, TX

A scene of chaos is nicely composed in this photograph. The off-kilter stance of the subject teetering on a desk while objects fly through the air suggests a fantastical situation. The window adds drama to the scene with ominous clouds filling the frame. The compositing of the pieces of the scene is masterful including the directional lighting and shadows.

With her teammates surrounding her with signs of victory and support, the subject of this photo stands out immediately due to her position in the frame, her expression and her green jersey. The emotions shown on all the faces and the arms reaching out to her indicate her role in the team’s success.

Throwing color on friends’ faces, these girls get ready for a “color run.” The photographer’s fast shutter speed froze the action of the color throwing as the purple powder comes off the hand of the girl on the left. The fog of color behind the girls frames them and keeps the background clean. Tight cropping at the girls’ waists eliminates distraction.


ONLY TWELVE MORE YEARS

MOMMA’S BOY

PRESENTATION PONDERING

MOMMA’S BOY Christopher Lewis, photographer Lisa Stine, adviser Bryant High School Bryant, AR A mother and her son, a member of the winning team, share a moment of elation and pride displaying the winning trophy after the game. The photographer did a great job of filling the frame with the tightly cropped subjects. The wonderful emotion on their faces, and their heads tilted toward each other, add a sense of the moment they will never forget.

ONLY TWELVE MORE YEARS Samantha Mickel, photographer Blanca Lynn, adviser Sheets Memorial Christian High School Lexington, NC Friends and family members make good subjects for graduation moments. This photo seems to offer a dream some years away for one friend or family member decked out in the graduation gown of a friend or relative, The contrast between the green grass and blue cap and gown is effective in separating the subject in the frame. The high shooting angle adds to that separation.

PRESENTATION PONDERING Madison Loreman, photographer Lisa Baker, adviser Horizon High School Scottsdale, AZ It’s all in the eyes and hands in this photograph of a student’s class presentation. Closely cropped at her waist to emphasize her expression, the photo captures the perfect moment, but adds context with the wall display behind her. Photographers should always be prepared for spontaneous activities in classes for good academics photos.

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RISING ABOVE THE MEANINGLESS

BAND OF BROTHERS

BAND OF BROTHERS Nathan Strickland, photographer Darla Holden, adviser Rejoice Christian School Owasso, OK Shot from overhead, this photograph shows the close relationships of a group of guys wearing similar jerseys and colors. The overhead shot allows the viewer to see the circle the boys form on the ground. Repetition of heads and hair in the center of the circle leads to some fun facial expressions and arms reinforcing their relationships.

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RISING ABOVE THE MEANINGLESS Alexander Tam, photographer Jed Desmond, adviser Charter School of Wilmington Wilmington, DE An excellent performance photo perfectly captures the literal height of action during this production. The beautiful warm color of the costume contrasts dramatically with the black stage background. The performer’s expression and perfectly posed arms and legs create a stunning subject. Side light shows the textures of the beautiful costume.

HAPPINESS Lucia Carliccio, photographer Susan Sager, adviser Union Mine High School El Dorado, CA Student life images offer opportunities to show quiet moments during the school day in addition to big events. These girls share such a moment of friendship that is an ordinary part of their school day. The darkness of the background frames these girls and allows the color to emerge. Yearbook photographers should document a range of student life by shooting pictures throughout the day in all kinds of settings.

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PHOTOGRAPHY 2016 JOSTENS CANADIAN PHOTO CONTEST

OVERALL WINNER ON THE FIELD Jessica Chang, photographer Carey Howard, adviser Markham District High School Markham, ON

Shooting an extreme close-up, this photographer captured a spirited student in a way that viewers don’t ordinarily see. The attention on the number and the gray curved line below her eye indicate that

she’s showing support for a player on a team. The close cropping and shallow depth of field in the background add interest and capture the viewers’ attention.

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OPEN/CREATIVE

1ST PLACE OPEN/CREATIVE KALEIDOSCOPE Ashley Giordano, photographer Lara Gudelj, adviser St. Jean de Brebeuf Woodbridge, ON

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The pattern of repetition in this Image brings the viewer to the center gold star. The fine, intricate black lines move the eye from inside

to out revealing multiple repetition forms. The warm tonality of the gold color contrasts sharply with the cool color of the black lines.


SPORTS

1ST PLACE SPORTS INTENSE TIMEOUT William Lauzon, photographer Steve Fazackerley, adviser Southridge School Surrey, BC

The coach at the center of the frame becomes the focal point in this image framed by the positions of the players surrounding him. The viewer feels a sense of intimacy

from being in the domain of the team’s lesson. The background arena of fans adds context to the game’s importance.

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STUDENT LIFE

1ST PLACE STUDENT LIFE STRESS Anastasia Putra, photographer Catherine Rossi, adviser Cardinal Carter Academy for the Arts Toronto, ON

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This illustrative portrait helps the viewer understand the complexity of the stressful college application process. The photographer artfully arranged a sampling of college catalogues and positioned a

student in the scene seemingly confounded by the process. For now, his hands cradle his tired head, his eyes block out the clutter, his face turns away from the choices.


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CROWD FULL OF STARS

PERFORM

PERFORM Milena Fera, photographer Catherine Rossi, adviser Cardinal Carter Academy for the Arts Toronto, ON Shooting from an interesting angle behind the performer during a concert, the photographer offers a behind-thescenes look at a musical performance. The conductor can be seen at the center of the frame from the same perspective as the performer. The player’s instrument, music and arm represent the performance.

SPARKS

CROWD FULL OF STARS Samantha Hansel, photographer Dave Cheng, adviser St. Elizabeth Catholic High School Thornhill, ON

SPARKS Kendyl Mandziak, photographer Rozanne Mah, adviser Kelliher School Kelliher, SK

An arena full of people holding cell phones toward the stage provides a study in lighting. The photographer’s angle at the far right side of the frame shows the golden light of the sea of cell phones contrasting with the cool blue light of the arena. The girl at right provides a central subject for the moment, illuminated with available light.

Using an off-camera light source, this photographer “painted” the subject with light against a dark background in this time exposure. The light source and the long exposure time added details to the subject.

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CHESTERMAN BEACH

SUPER MAN FRONT FLIP

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DON’T LOSE THAT Xiaowei Wu, photographer Karina Zanrosso, adviser West Vancouver Secondary West Vancouver, BC

SUPER MAN FRONT FLIP Isaiah Francis, photographer Rhy Henderson, adviser Edge School for Athletes Calgary, AB

CHESTERMAN BEACH William Lauzon, photographer Steve Fazackerley, adviser Southridge School Surrey, BC

A telephoto lens brings the football competitors into close-up view of the photographer in the aftermath of play action. The cluster of players at the center of the action, frozen in protection of the ball, adds intensity to the moment. The clean background of green trees adds context to the frame without distracting from the foreground action.

This photographer’s image perfectly freezes the skier’s peak action during a ski jump. Perfectly framed at the left rule of thirds point, the skier’s silhouetted form is balanced by the surrounding blue sky and ski course. Shooting into the sun shadowed by clouds provided good detail on the skier, the course and the deep shadows.

A beautiful setting sun casts a ribbon of warm pink light sandwiched between the cool blue sky and water. The photographer wisely placed the pink light close to the bottom thirds point, allowing the silhouetted islands to rise into the sky as a focal point.

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DESIGN

2016 JOSTENS DESIGN CONTESTS

2016 DESIGN CONTESTS Competition was fierce once again in the 2016 Jostens Design Contests. Thousands of students submitted creative spreads, both contemporary and classic, which gave the judges plenty to discuss.

GRAND PRIZE JOSTENS/ADOBE LUKE PACCIONE Ward Melville High School Setauket, NY Courtney Weisman, adviser

The judges all agreed that this clever divider is, among other things, “eye-catching.” The dominant action photo, color selection and typography treatment all contribute to its visual appeal. One judge noted, “The idea of

‘this or that’ plays out both visually and verbally on this page. The angled text blocks add an edge to this spread that is clearly meant to build on the theme of the book.” A great example of purposeful design that pops.

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2016 JOSTENS/ADOBE® DESIGN CONTEST

1ST PLACE JOSTENS/ADOBE ANDREW LIN St. Mark’s School of Texas Dallas, TX Ray Westbrook, adviser

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“Excellent use of font faces with crisp, clean lines,” said one of the judges. This spread uses well-balanced white space and infographics to its advantage. The three distinct modules, dominant

photo and well-placed headlines make this spread very accessible. “The packaging of information and use of negative space make this spread a winner,” said another judge.


2ND PLACE JOSTENS/ADOBE KELSEY COX Shawnee Mission East High School Prairie Village, KS C. Dow Tate, adviser

The judges loved the use of lines and angles on this spread, as it establishes a consistent look throughout the book. “The clear verbal and visual connection on this page leads the reader into

the content in a purposeful and meaningful way,” said one judge. “The three profiles on the right hand page show a fresh take on the athlete profile.”

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2016 JOSTENS/ADOBE® DESIGN CONTEST

3RD PLACE JOSTENS/ADOBE KAYLEN COMBS James Bowie High School Austin, TX Deanna Dellana, adviser

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The bold headline typography anchors each module well, a design strategy the judges appreciated. There is also a remarkable use of packaging techniques allowing for a

great deal of content on this spread. “This spread packages information in a meaningful and interesting way that makes each package easy to access,” said one of the judges.


DESIGN

2016 JOSTENS YEARTECH ONLINE DESIGN CONTEST

GRAND PRIZE YEARTECH ONLINE TAMARA NAVARRO ALLYSHA MELOCOTON RUSSEL VALDEZ Southwest Career and Technical Academy Las Vegas, NV Matt LaPorte, adviser

The judges couldn’t stop talking about this spread’s vivid photographs and great use of color and fonts. Additionally, an excellent use of infographics and packaging helped these pages stand out from the competition. “Each of the

modules on this page shows a clear distinction from the rest of the page but still maintains an incredible sense of unity,” said one judge. “The variations on the headlines in each module proves incredibly effective as well.”

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2016 JOSTENS YEARTECH ONLINE DESIGN CONTEST

1ST PLACE YEARTECH ONLINE KELLY COOMBS KATIE MCCASLIN Green Valley High School Henderson, NV Julie Goldstein, adviser

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The judges loved this spread’s use of color and white space and the graphic elements bring variety to each module. “The packaging of

photographs helps with flow and the extra-wide columns are unique,” one judge pointed out.


2ND PLACE YEARTECH ONLINE ERLYN CABREROS JANESSA MARTINEZ North Salinas High School Salinas, CA Jennifer Ghastin, adviser

Angular design is difficult to do right, but this spread nails it. Pulling the color from the dominant photo also really helps this layout. “Each module presents a fresh look to the

voice of this spread which includes some sharp edges and clear contrasts on this page,” said one judge.

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3RD PLACE YEARTECH ONLINE EDITORIAL BOARD Lee County High School Leesburg, GA Coni Grebel, adviser

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A good use of colors and lines help this spread establish a balance between the pages. “The angle that cuts across this page clearly sets

up the edgy voice of this design,” explained one judge. An all around solid spread.


DANILELLA ALMEDIA American Heritage Boca Delray Upper School Delray Beach, FL Hope Gheorge and Diana Meyer, advisers

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This spread has a lot going on without being too distracting. The varied use of fonts for each headline gives each module a distinct feel. “This spread effectively and cleanly packs in a lot of content with an interesting use of isolation between elements,” said one judge.

SUSAN WANG Arrowhead Christian Academy Redlands, CA Crystal Kazmierski, adviser “This design has a good balance of verbal and visual. The designer purposefully chose black and white images and spot color that complements the headlines and cutlines. The map used as a graphic also adds content to the coverage of this spread.”

HANNAH WALTER GABBY MATAMOROS Bentonville High School Bentonville, AR Ace Horton, adviser Anniversary spreads are difficult to do well, but this spread catches its readers’ eyes while still delivering relevant information. “The content shows us 100 years of their yearbooks in an interesting visual,” said one judge. “The important milestones of the yearbooks and the schools are highlighted in an easily accessible way.”

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EMMA KUMER Brookfield Central High School Brookfield, WI Thomas Juran, adviser “This design includes a solid dominant package with dominant photo, headline and story together. The designer has included several other reader entry points that are visually appealing. The infographic on the left is a clever use of an action photo to relay data. The pulled quote, scoreboard and player highlights all contribute to the varied coverage of this sport without visually overwhelming the reader.”

CHLOE BROWN Derby North Middle School Rose Hill, KS Laura Hayden, adviser “This spread is driven by the strong visual elements in each of the modules. The packages show the readers dynamic content that follows the same voice throughout.”

AMY DIXON JENNY JANG Dos Pueblos High School Goleta, CA John Dent, adviser “This spread tightly packages information and provides an interesting visual element with the cutout profiles on the right hand side.”

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LAINE GARNER Grand Blanc High School Grand Blanc, MI Ava Butzu, adviser “The use of a powerful action as a dominant photo is very visually appealing. The layout of the question and answer storytelling does not detract from the dominant image. The dominant photo also leads the eye to the other content on the spread, the player profiles. The profiles highlight other amazing action shots to keep the readers engaged. The typography choices are purposeful and the two typefaces nicely juxtapose each other for great visual contrast.”

MAYA BORDWELL LEXY ANDERSON AUSTIN MARTINEZ Green Valley High School, Henderson, NV Julie Goldstein, adviser “This spread is driven by a strong dominant element and two columns of quotes that effectively use the negative space on the right,” one judge said. The juxtaposition between color and black and white also helps the headline pop.

KENDALL NEUMANN KATHERINE WILLS Prospect High School Mount Prospect, IL Nicole Stoltz, adviser “This traditional spread has information that is both interesting to look at and easy to access. The typography of the accent text adds an interesting edge to this design.”

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LAINE DUCKWORTH Shawnee Mission East High School Prairie Village, KS C. Dow Tate, adviser “The dominant photo package with layered images helps lead the reader to the rest of the content on the spread. The color is a nice complement to the dominant photo and helps highlight other elements on the spread to create multiple entry points for the reader on this page.”

THE HOWL STAFF Southwest Career and Technical Academy Las Vegas, NV Matt LaPorte, adviser “This spread connects the visual and verbal in an edgy and interesting way. Each module has a distinct headline style that follows the voice of the spread,” one judge said. The folio also includes a unique approach to coverage.

FANGURI TONG Ward Melville High School Setauket, NY Cortney Weisman, adviser “This is such a fun design that displays so much energy. It’s a great match to the content of the spread as well. The angular dominant photo package helps lead the reader across the spread and connects the modules. The modules are varied, interesting and meaningful. The color is nicely chosen and the typefaces are used in complementary ways throughout the spread.”

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RACHEL MARQUARDT Whitney High School Rocklin, CA Sarah Nichols, adviser “This spread is clean and easy to maneuver. The eyeline is minimally interrupted by a caption box and serves to organize the content. The use of color helps to connect the content from the photos to the sidebars to the dominant package. There is a lot of coverage on this spread which is nicely packaged so it’s not overwhelming to the reader.”

2016 DESIGN CONTEST JUDGES JEFF KOCUR Jeff teaches journalism and AP Composition and advises the yearbook and newspaper at Hopkins High School in Minnetonka, MN. He has an M.A. in Journalism and Communications from Kent State University, and the publications he advises have won both state and national awards. TYLER SHEPARD Tyler has been adviser for Wayzata High School’s Wayako yearbook for nine years. He is currently serving in a co-Adviser role as Dean of Students. The Wayako has earned the NSPA first-class award for seven consecutive years.

LIZ KEELING Liz has been advising publications in Minnesota for over 15 years. She has advised newspapers, newsmagazines, literary magazines and yearbooks. Her advised publications have earned local, state and national recognition—including National Scholastic Press Association Pacemakers and Columbia Scholastic Press Association Gold and Silver Crowns. Keeling has served on the board of directors at NSPA, been active on several Journalism Education Association committees, and is a member of the board of the Minnesota High School Press Association.

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JOURNALISM Bryant High School [AR] The Hornet Margaret Sorrows, adviser CSPA Gold Crown NSPA Pacemaker Central High School [TX] The Bolt Natalie Brown, adviser NSPA Pacemaker Finalist Coronado Middle School [CA] The Surfer Amy Steward, adviser CSPA Silver Crown NSPA Pacemaker

Fenton High School [MI] The Fentonian Pam Bunka, adviser CSPA Silver Crown NSPA Pacemaker Glenbrook South High School [IL] Etruscan Brenda Field, adviser CSPA Silver Crown NSPA Pacemaker Green Valley High School [NV] Legacy Julie Goldstein, adviser NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

Heritage High School [TX] The Tribute Rebecca Pollard, adviser NSPA Pacemaker James Bowie High School [TX] Lone Star Deanna Dellana, adviser CSPA Silver Crown NSPA Pacemaker Finalist Kirkwood High School [MO] Pioneer Mitch Eden, adviser NSPA Pacemaker

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EXCELLENCE MATTERS Two national press associations named the top 2015 yearbooks in their journalism competitions. The Columbia Scholastic Press Association [CSPA] Gold Crown and the National Scholastic Press Association [NSPA] Pacemaker are considered top national journalism awards for student media. Jostens is honored to work with these talented yearbook staffs.

Loudoun Valley High School [VA] Saga Martha Akers, adviser CSPA Silver Crown NSPA Pacemaker Maize South Middle School [KS] Stampede Mary Patrick, adviser CSPA Silver Crown NSPA Pacemaker Plano Senior High School [TX] Planonian Terry Quinn, adviser NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

Seven Lakes Junior High School [TX] Specifics Katie Frazier, adviser NSPA Pacemaker Finalist St. Mark’s School of Texas [TX] Marksmen Ray Westbrook, adviser CSPA Silver Crown NSPA Pacemaker Stony Point High School [TX] Touchstone Rebecca Plumley, adviser NSPA Pacemaker

Westlake High School [TX] El Paisano Cindy Todd, adviser CSPA Gold Crown NSPA Pacemaker Whitney High School [CA] Details Sarah Nichols NSPA Pacemaker Yukon High School [OK] Miller Erik Jackson, adviser NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

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AMERICA’S MOST INCLUSIVE 739 SCHOOLS WITH 100% COVERAGE* ABSOLUTELY EVERYONE IN THE BOOK AT LEAST THREE TIMES *According to 2016 Yearbook Avenue coverage report

ALABAMA Cottage Hill Christian Academy Lacey’s Spring Elementary School Samson HS Wrights Mill Road Elementary School ALASKA Anchorage Christian School Grace Christian School Susitna Valley HS ALBERTA Foundation for the Future Charter Academy Saint Helena Junior HS Taber Christian School ARIZONA 91st Psalm Christian School Anthem Preparatory Academy Arizona Charter Academy Cortez HS Duncan HS Emmanuel Christian Academy Franklin Junior HS The Gregory School Middle The Gregory School Upper Horizon Community Learning HS Kingman Academy of Learning HS Leading Edge AcademyGilbert Early College Northwest Christian Middle School Phoenix Christian Jr Sr HS ARKANSAS Arkansas School for the Blind Bauxite HS Cotter HS County Line HS Glen Rose HS Gosnell HS Mammoth Spring HS Mount St Mary Academy Oden HS Southwest Junior HS Sparkman HS Taylor HS Timbo HS Viola HS West Memphis Christian HS BRITISH COLUMBIA Chatelech Secondary School Discovery School Glenbrook Middle School Pacific Academy HS Pitt River Middle School York House School CALIFORNIA Academy of the Redwoods Almaden Country School Apostles Lutheran School Bentley Upper School Calipatria HS Calvin Christian HS Cambrian International Academy Center for Early Education Delphi Academy Francis Parker Middle School Fresno Christian HS High Point Academy

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Saint John HS Saint Johns Catholic School Satanta HS Sedan HS Sedgwick HS South Barber HS South Central HS South Gray HS Southwestern Heights HS Stafford HS The Independent School Tyro Community Christian School Ulysses HS Wabaunsee HS Wellington HS Weskan School KENTUCKY Fort Campbell HS Louisville Adventist Academy Newport Central Catholic HS University Heights Academy LOUISIANA Cohen College Prep HS De La Salle HS Franklin Academy Glenbrook School Oaks Montessori Elementary School Pinecrest Elementary Middle School Saint James Episcopal Day School Saint Thomas Aquinas School MAINE Penobscot Valley HS MANITOBA Morweena Christian School MARYLAND Bishop Walsh School Gunston School Holton Arms School Indian Creek Upper School Mercy HS Milford Mill Academy Redeemer Classical Christian School Seton Keough HS The Odyssey School West Nottingham Academy HS MASSACHUSETTS Advanced Math & Science Academy Charter MICHIGAN Academy of the Sacred Heart Andrews Academy Battle Creek SDA Academy Bentley HS Brookfield Academy West Bloomfield Brown City HS Covenant Christian HS Deckerville Senior HS Father Gabriel Richard HS Fellowship Baptist Academy Genesee Academy Grand Rapids SDA Academy Heritage Junior HS Jackson Christian School Jean & Samuel Frankel Jewish Academy Jonesville Middle HS

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Neelyville HS Niangua HS Nodaway Holt HS North Nodaway HS North Shelby School Northeast Randolph County R-IV School Notre Dame HS Oran HS Osborn HS Pleasant Hope HS Richland HS Saint Paul Lutheran HS Saint Pius X HS Saint Roch School Saint Vincent HS Seymour HS Skyline HS Slater HS South Nodaway HS Stewartsville HS Summersville HS Valley HS Van Buren Junior Senior HS Wellington Napoleon HS Willard East Elementary School Zalma HS MONTANA Custer County District HS NEBRASKA Central City HS Elba HS Elkhorn Valley View Middle School High Plains Community HS Humphrey HS Kimball Junior Senior HS Lawrence Nelson HS Loup City HS Loup County HS Neligh Oakdale Jr Sr HS Newman Grove HS Oakland Craig Senior HS Pleasanton HS Ravenna Senior HS Sandhills HS NEVADA Calvary Chapel Green Valley Christian Academy Davidson Academy of Nevada Silver Stage HS Trinity International School NEW BRUNSWICK St. Stephen Middle School Stanley HS NEW HAMPSHIRE Brewster Academy Groveton HS Hopkinton Middle HS Laconia Christian Academy Lin Wood HS NEW JERSEY Academy for Allied Health Sciences Eastern Christian HS Pilgrim Academy Salem County Vocational Tech HS NEW MEXICO Estancia Middle School Menaul School Victory Christian School

NEW YORK Brookfield Central HS Cairo Durham Middle School Faith Heritage Elementary School Faith Heritage School Houghton Academy Lyme Central HS New York School for the Deaf Norwood Norfolk Jr Sr HS P.S./I.S. 66 Portville Central School Quaker Ridge Elementary School Saint Marys School for the Deaf Spencer Van Etten Central HS The Stony Brook School Unadilla Elementary School NORTH CAROLINA Albemarle School Asheville School Christ School Christ the King Catholic HS Covenant Classical School Davidson Day School Gaston Early College HS Grace Christian School Haw River Christian Academy Hiwassee Dam HS Macon Early College HS Marvin Elementary School McDowell Early College HS Mount Pisgah Academy Northwood Temple Academy Pathway Christian Academy Robbinsville HS Rosman HS Sheets Memorial Christian School St. Thomas More Academy Union County Early College HS Victory Christian School Woodland Baptist Christian School NORTH DAKOTA Carrington Elementary School Dakota Prairie HS Enderlin HS Fairmount HS Linton HS Litchville Marion HS Minot Magic City Campus HS Rolette Public School Saint Thomas Public School Wyndmere School NOVA SCOTIA Parrsboro Regional HS OHIO Ansonia HS Archbishop Alter HS Archbold HS Ayersville HS Fort Jennings HS Fort Recovery HS Liberty Benton HS McAuley HS Mentor Christian School Mogadore HS Northside Christian School Old Fort HS Saint John HS Saint Paul HS

Stryker HS University School Hunting Valley Upper Ursuline Academy Van Buren HS Western Reserve Academy OKLAHOMA Bethany Middle School Bluejacket HS Bowlegs HS Bradford Christian School Bridge Creek HS Byng HS Calera HS Cascia Hall HS Chisholm HS Christian Heritage Academy Clinton Middle School Copan HS Eagle Point Christian Academy Emmanuel Christian School Garber HS Graham School Hominy HS Inola HS Ketchum HS Kremlin Hillsdale HS Okarche HS Oklahoma Union HS Piedmont Intermediate School Rejoice Christian HS Rejoice Christian Middle School Ringwood HS Roland HS Snyder HS St. Philip Neri Catholic School Stigler HS Thackerville HS Tishomingo HS Tupelo HS Vian HS Victory Christian School Walters HS Wesleyan Christian School Wilburton HS Windsor Hills Baptist School Wright Christian Academy Wyandotte HS ONTARIO Great Lakes Christian College HS OREGON Cove HS East Linn Christian Academy Middle School Faith Bible HS Horizon Christian HS Knappa HS Lakeview Senior HS Le Monde Immersion Lifegate School North Valley HS Open Door Christian Academy Santiam Christian School Scappoose Adventist School Western Mennonite HS PENNSYLVANIA Burrell Senior HS Calvary Christian Academy

Eden Christian Academy Kings Academy Jr Sr HS Lancaster County Christian School Linville Hill Christian School Maranatha Christian School Marian Catholic HS Meyersdale Area HS Northern Potter HS Oswayo Valley HS Pleasant Valley Mennonite Shady Side Academy Middle Shalom Mennonite School SASKATCHEWAN Blaine Lake Composite School Carpenter HS Churchbridge HS Oxbow Prairie Horizons School Sacred Heart HS Unity Composite HS SOUTH CAROLINA Academic Magnet HS Branchville HS Cambridge Academy Governors School Arts & Humanities Landrum Middle School Mountain View Christian Academy Palmetto Scholars Academy Shannon Forest Christian School South Aiken Christian School Southside Christian School Southwood Academy of the Arts Ware Shoals HS SOUTH DAKOTA Aberdeen Christian School Andes Central HS Armour HS Beresford HS Bon Homme HS Burke HS Clark Junior Senior HS Deubrook HS Frederick HS Gettysburg HS Grant Deuel HS Gregory HS Hamlin HS Highmore HS Howard HS Ipswich HS Jones County HS Langford HS Lemmon HS Lyman HS Marion HS Milbank HS Mount Vernon HS Northwestern HS Parkston HS Platte Geddes HS Rosholt HS Rutland HS Sioux Valley HS St. Mary Catholic Schools Sunshine Bible Academy Wilmot HS Winner HS Wolsey Wessington HS

TENNESSEE Academy Tutorial Ezell Harding Christian School Franklin Christian Academy Highland Academy Montessori Academy Richard Hardy Memorial School Trousdale County HS TEXAS Anna Middle School Axtell HS Bells HS Boles HS Boys Ranch HS Brackett HS Centennial Elementary School Clarendon HS Cornerstone Christian School Darrouzett School Farwell HS Follett HS Hart Elementary School Heritage Christian Elementary School Heritage Christian Secondary School Hico HS Holy Trinity Catholic HS Iago Junior HS Lazbuddie HS Legacy Christian Academy Lutheran South Middle School Malakoff HS Marine Military Academy Motley County HS Nursery Elementary School Overton HS Ovilla Christian School Plano ISD Academy HS Quanah HS Ralls HS Rockenbaugh Elementary School Rocksprings HS Saint Austin Catholic School Silverton HS Sojourn Academy St. Dominic Savio Catholic HS Stonegate Christian Academy Sunray HS Texas Christian Academy Trenton HS Trinity Christian Academy Tyler Street Christian Academy West University Elementary School Westlake Prep Lutheran Academy Westover Park Junior HS Willow Creek Elementary School UTAH Itineris Early College HS Juab Junior HS Judge Memorial Catholic HS Merit Academy North Summit HS Parowan HS Tintic HS Wasatch Academy VERMONT Mount St Joseph Academy North Country Union Jr HS Proctor HS

VIRGINIA Buffalo Gap HS Fork Union Military Academy Fredericksburg Academy Immanuel Christian School New Bridge Academy New Covenant School Oakcrest School Riverheads HS Wakefield School WASHINGTON Bellevue Christian Jr HS Canyon Creek Middle School Cascade Christian HS Cedar Park Christian Mill Creek Columbia Adventist Academy Entiat Middle HS Environmental & Adventure School Evergreen Lutheran HS French American School of Puget Sound Holy Names Academy Kirkland SDA School Lakeside Middle School Rainier Christian HS Rainier Christian Middle School Shoreline Christian School Shorewood Christian School Skagit Adventist Academy Tumwater Middle School Wellpinit School West Sound Academy WISCONSIN Adventist Junior Academy Alma HS Bangor HS Calvary Baptist School Cedar Grove Belgium HS Cochrane Fountain City Middle School Columbus HS Howards Grove HS Ithaca HS Lake Country Lutheran School Maranatha Baptist Academy Marathon HS Marquette University HS Marshfield Columbus Catholic HS Mellen HS Newman Catholic HS North Crawford HS Oregon HS Ozaukee HS Rio HS River Ridge HS River Valley HS River Valley Middle School Roncalli HS Sevastopol HS Sheboygan City Christian HS Shoreland Lutheran HS Union Grove HS Wauzeka Steuben School

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INDEX Jostens recognizes the students, advisers, administrators and representatives responsible for the exceptional yearbooks showcased in the Jostens Look Book. This index lists every school featured in addition to the contest winners, advisers and Jostens representatives mentioned in the captions.

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Bb

Abdelaal, Amanda.................................. 93

Baak, Jordan........................................ 242

Boren, Kristina........................................ 83

C.E. Byrd High School [LA]....................113

Abijay, Rachel......................................... 82

Babyak, Zoey....................................... 219

Borgren, Sherry.................................... 152

Cabot High School [AR].........................110

Adams, Diana....................................... 212

Bacon, Kelly......................................... 182

Botan-Bote, Aneea............................... 184

Cabreros, Erlyn......................................277

Addison Trail High School [IL]............... 190

Bain, Robert......................................... 204

Boutwell, Caleb.................................... 259

Caldwell Academy [NC].........................136

Adwers, Shari....................................... 144

Baird, Brett............... 82, 99, 134, 180, 196

Bowden, Ryan...................................... 100

Calhoun High School [TX]......................184

Agee, Kari............................... 64, 150, 186

Baker, Bart............................. 38, 189, 196

Campbell, Clay......................................244

Aimone, Logan..................................... 166

Baker, Chris.......................................... 113

Bowie High School [TX]..................34, 257, 259, 274, 284

Akers, Martha................................. 48, 285

Baker, David......................................... 113

Bowles, Amber......................................176

Cane Creek Middle School [NC]............131

Akin, Callie............................................ 258

Baker, Lisa.................... 158, 215, 260, 263

Boyd, Donny.................................135, 173

Cappotelli, Aaron...........................141, 193

Albiniak, Sarah...................................... 121

Bald Knob Schools [AR]....................... 172

Brannigan, John....................155, 183, 192

Alexander, Heather............................... 131

Brasil, Tatiana........................................259

Cardinal Carter Academy for the Arts [ON]............ 268, 269

Alexander, Jackie.................................. 140

Baranowski, Jason...............109, 124, 180, 183, 190, 196, 198

Braun, Bonnie.......................................104

Carey, Mike........................................... 150

Allen, Judy..........24, 32, 91, 104, 111, 132, 147, 159, 180, 182, 188

Barbara Goleman Senior High School [FL]................................... 124

Brenton, Kenzie.....................................262

Carey, Spencer..................................... 206 Carliccio, Lucia..................................... 264

Bardwell, Cam.............................. 110, 143

Brewington, Traci...................................217

Allen, Michelle.....24, 32, 91, 104, 111, 132, 147, 159, 180, 182, 188

Briar Woods High School [VA]................180

Carns, Jeffrey....................................... 151 Carpenter, Mica...................... 60, 135, 194

Almedia, Danilella..................................279

Barker, Julie............................................ 82

Bright, Amanda.....................................214

Carrillo High School [CA]...................... 196

Alpharetta High School [GA]..................121

Barringer, David.................................... 176

Brinkmann, Ann.....................................140

Carter, Kyle........................................... 236

Alta High School [UT]...............................85

Bastoni, Amanda.................................. 257

Brodeur, Rachel.....................................121

Casperson, Sandra............................... 163

Alvarado, Danielle....................................92

Battle Ground High School [WA].... 139, 210

Broken Arrow High School [OK].............143

Castelow, Katie..................................... 139

Alvin High School [TX]............................188

Beavercreek High School [OH].............. 173

Bronx High School of Science [NY]........140

Castillo, Kaitlin...................................... 124

American Heritage School Boca/Delray [FL]........................... 145, 279

Beavers, Jamie..................................... 239

Brookfield Academy [WI]........................192 Brookfield Central High School [WI].......280

Castle View High School [CO]................. 74

American Heritage School Plantation [FL]................................. 81, 212

Castleton, Jason.................................... 85

Bell, Andrew........................... 93, 126, 156

Brown, Chloe........................................280 Brown, Deanne......................204, 227, 261

Caston, Phillip...................................... 112

Brown, Deborah....................................251

Castro, Brooke..................................... 192

Brown, Natalie.......................................284

Catholic High School [AR]....................... 97

Brownlee, Belisa....................................147

Centennial High School [NV]................. 104

Brughelli, Koree.....................................184

Centennial High School [TX].................. 169

Bryan, Wendy........................................176

Center Grove High School [IN].............. 136

Bryant High School [AR].........22, 213, 244, 262, 263, 284

Centerville High School [OH]................. 135

Budak, Mike..........................................188

Central High School [TX]............... 128, 284

Amesbury High School [MA] ................ 115 Analy High School [CA]......................... 188 Anderson, Jeff...................................... 128 Anderson, Lexy.................................... 281

Barker, Amy.......................................... 260

Bek, Nathan......................................... 240 Belland, Dave............................... 165, 180 Bellomo, Jim.......................................... 84 Bentley, Amber..................................... 169 Benton High School [AR]...................... 151

Anderson, Tara..................................... 190

Bentonville High School [AR]............ 54, 209, 230, 279

Anderson-Lee, Rachel.......................... 102

Berenton, Kenzi.....................................213

Andover High School [MN]................... 155

Berg, Charles........................................254

Apex High School [NC]......................... 130

Berkel, Darla..........................................155

Arcadia High School [AZ]...................... 105

Bernal, Kandis.......................100, 159, 163

Archbishop Carney Regional Secondary School [BC]........................ 102

Bernalillo High School [NM]...................146

Archbishop Edward A. McCarthy High School [FL]................................... 104 Archbishop Mitty High School [CA]....... 134 Ardelji, Sue........................................... 198 Arias, Juan-Felipe................................. 228 Armstrong, Betsy.................................. 114 Arrowhead Christian Academy [CA]...... 279 Ashland High School [OR].................... 143 Assumption High School [WI]............... 180 Astronaut High School [FL]................... 137 Atascocita High School [TX].................. 187 Atkins, Haley........................................ 200 Atkinson, Ranae..................................... 96 Auburn High School [AL]...................... 106 Augusta High School [KS]....................... 82 Austin, Alexis........................................ 198 Avery, Andrea............................... 114, 198

Bogner, Jayme..................................... 192 Bolton, Lauren...................................... 256 Bondurant, Monica................................. 84 Boocks, Joe.....122, 124, 139, 141, 182, 198 Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing Arts [TX]................... 188 Bordwell, Maya..................................... 281

Cc Campbell, Makenzie..............................250

Central High School [AL]....................... 198

Budway, Ron.........................................190

Central Valley High School [CA]............ 184

Buffalo Academy of the Sacred Heart [NY]................................. 178

Central York High School [PA]............... 139

Berschback, Mike....107, 144, 146, 176, 177

Buffalo Island Central School District [AR]............................... 156

Chaffey High School [CA]..................... 188

Beverly Hills High School [CA]................196

Buford High School [GA]....................... 170

Bilinski, Robin..........................................88

Bumgarner, John..........................112, 149, 153, 163, 186

Berschback, Bob....107, 144, 146, 176, 177

Billetdoux, Sharon.................................190 Bird, Amanda........................................184 Bird, Mitchell..........................................136 Bishop England High School [SC]..........186

Bunch, Mary..................................113, 146 Bunch, Meredith....................................137 Bunka Campion, Alexis..........................107

Bishop Gorman High School [NV]..........188

Bunka, Pam....................................20, 284

Bishop Verot Catholic High School [FL]................................... 186

Bunker Hill High School [NC].................182 Burlington High School [VT]...................200

Black River Falls High School [WI]......... 165

Burlington School [NC]..........................135

Black, Courtney...................................... 42

Burlington-Edison High School [WA]......125

Blackman, Bonnie.................. 99, 106, 188

Burns, Mary Beth..........................204, 261

Blakeney, Teresa..................................... 94

Butzu, Ava...........................5, 14, 233, 281

Bland, Lyndsey............................. 121, 198

Byrd High School [LA}...........................113

Bogle Junior High School [AZ].............. 152

Byron Nelson High School [TX]..............152

Chadwell, Briael.................................... 153 Chamberlain, Kevin....................... 182, 232 Champlin Park High School [MN]..... 44, 296 Chaney, Beth........................................ 128 Chang, Jessica..................................... 265 Chapman High School [SC].................... 94 Chappell, Randi.................................... 192 Charis Bible College [CO]..................... 200 Charter School of Wilmington [DE]........ 264 Chase County Jr.-Sr. High School [KS].......................... 81 Chase, Ched.......... 96, 112, 123, 124, 186 Chauvin, Michelle................................. 134 Cheng, Dave................................ 122, 269 Cherokee High School [NJ]........... 190, 221 Chester, Katharine................................ 253 Chou, Zachariah................................... 212 Chrasta, Debbie................................... 176 Christie, Julie........................................ 194

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Christopher, Amy.................................. 190

Cuthbertson High School [NC]...............176

Ciccanti, Cesare................................... 102

Cypress Lake High School [FL]................96

Cisne High School [IL].......................... 110

Cypress Woods High School [TX].......................... 225, 262

Clark, Jennifer...................................... 198 Clark, Jessica....................................... 190 Clark, Matt.................................... 147, 200 Clark, Stephanie........................... 110, 199 Clarkston High School [MI]................... 127 Claudio, Doris....................................... 158 Claus, Joseph...................................... 123 Clayton High School [MO]..................... 142

Ferguson, Denise....................................85 Field, Brenda...................................18, 284

Earl Haig Secondary School [ON]......... 102 East Chapel Hill High School [NC]......... 178

Daniels, Leslie....................................... 109

East High School [CO].......................... 200

D’Aversa, Jose..................................... 107

East Lincoln High School [NC].............. 195

Davidson College [NC].......................... 200

East Syracuse Minoa High School [NY].................................. 126

Cohen, Laurie....................................... 231 Coile, Sonia.......................................... 132 Cole, Abby............................................. 92 Cole, Michele........................................ 221 Cole, Sarah............................ 80, 234, 256 Coleman, Patt...................................... 118 Collier, Karen........................................ 145 Collis, Emily.......................................... 130 Colonel Zadok Magruder High School [MD]................................. 112 Colthart, Chris...................................... 186 Combs, Kaylen..................................... 274 Commack High School [NY]................... 97 Comos, Mike........................................ 127 Conlon, Luci......................................... 196 Conlon, Mike........................................ 196 ConVal Regional High School [NH]........ 257 Cook, Rachel........................................ 176 Coombs, Kelly...................................... 276 Cooper, Toni........................................... 95 Coppell High School [TX]........................ 86 Cordell, James..................................... 296 Coro, Michelle...................................... 116 Coronado High School [CA].................... 87 Coronado High School [NV].................. 159 Coronado High School [TX].......... 113, 262 Coronado Middle School [CA]........ 52, 284 Covenant Christian School [FL]............. 133 Cox, Dustin..........................114, 128, 131, 139, 162, 178, 190

Davis, Christine....................................... 66 Davis, Jeanne....................................... 111 Dean, Chelsea...................................... 186 Debes, Anne........................................... 97

Easterly, Amber.................................... 126 Eaton High School [CO]........................ 201 Ebbert, Jamie....................................... 112 Eden, Mitch........................ 5, 40, 284, 296

DelConte, Elizabeth................................ 85

Edge School for Athletes [AB]............... 270

Dellana, Deanna.............................34, 257, 259, 274, 284

Edgewood Jr./Sr. High School [FL]....... 200 Edina High School [MN]........................ 179

Dent, John.......................................26, 280

Edison High School [CA]....................... 196

Denton High School [TX]........................201

Edmonson, Margaret............................ 135

Derby North Middle School [KS]............280

Edward Harris Jr. Middle School [CA].....100

Desert Ridge High School [AZ]........93, 258

Edwardsville High School [IL]................ 149

Desert Vista High School [AZ]................116

Egg Harbor Township High School [NJ]................................... 180

Desmond, Jed.......................................264 DeSoto, Robert.....................................126 DeVinny, Elizabeth.................................118 deVries, Jami.........................................149 DiBella, Andrew.......................................88 d’Iberville High School [MS].....................84 Dillingham, Sarah...................................257 Dixon, Amy............................................280 Dodson Middle School [CA]...................150 Doll, Sarah...............................................80 Donaghe, Andrea....................................87 Donaldson, Maggie...............................196 Dorman High School [SC]......................156 Dorsey, Jamie........................................257

Eggleston, Beth.................................... 120 Eisenhower High School [MI]................ 146 Ekman, Anton....................................... 186 Elkins Pointe Middle School [GA].......... 198 Elliott, Hayley........................................ 196 Elmeer, Stacey...................................... 186 Elmore, Joe.......................... 135, 136, 180 Emord, Jason....................................... 132 Enka High School [NC]......................... 162 Ensley, Tammy...................................... 178 Erwin High School [NC]........................ 190

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Everson, Tori......................................... 234

Duckworth, Lane...................................282

Crane Union High School [OR] ..............147

DuFrane, Steve......................................198

Creech, Angie........................................173

Dumont, Jim..........................107, 142, 144

Creekview High School [GA]..................128

Dunton, Kelsey......................................207

Creekview High School [TX]...................156

Durda, Bryan...............10, 56, 87, 100, 170

Creswell, Chris........................................84

Durham, Natasha.....................22, 97, 103, 110, 126, 150, 151, 172

Fallon, Jeff............................................ 159

Dursey, Jamey.......................................250

Farry, Maureen........................................ 76

Dutch Fork High School [SC].................127

Fayetteville High School [AR]................ 170

Cunningham, Billy..................................117 Cupertino High School [CA]...................258 Curren, Eileen........................................196 Curtright, Leah......................................170

Fivay High School [FL]...........................153 Flint, Monica..........................................101 Florey, Yasemin......................................166 Flowers, Rita..........................................121 Fluharty, Claire.......................................167 Foard High School [NC].........................111 Fold, George...........................86, 168, 186 Fonseca, Gabrielle.................................261 Forest Park High School [IN] .................143 Fort Campbell High School [KY].............168 Foster, Cara...........................................144 Fountain Hills High [AZ]..........................245 Fowler High School [CA]........................187 Fowler, Bruce................218, 257, 258, 259 Fowler, Chandler....................................218 Francis Parker Upper School [CA].........120 Francis, Isaiah........................................270 Franklin County High School [VA]...........141 Frausto, Scarlett....................................252 Frazier, Katie....................................50, 285 Fred T. Foard High School [NC].............111 Fredericksburg Academy [VA]................151 Freedom Area High chool [PA]...............211 Freeman, Denise...................................220 Freiler, Bridget.......................................106 Fresno Christian High School [CA]...........87 Frey, Rebecka........................................201

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Evenson, Michelle................................. 120

Dover High School [DE].........................196 Drake, Linda............................................81

Cummings, Bryce....................................91

Fitzpatrick, Shannon..............................186

Fruth, Toni...............................................94

Cox, Ray...............................................141

Crouse, Vicki.........................................125

Fitzpatrick, Aaron...................................211

Essex High School [VT]......................... 147

Cox, Kelsey...........................................273

Cretin-Derham Hall [MN]..........................94

Fessler, Brian...........................95, 123, 140

Esposito, Jill......................................... 144

Dos Pueblos High School [CA]........26, 280 Dr. Phillips High School [FL]...................106

Fenton High School [MI]..................20, 284 Fera, Milena...........................................269

Daniel J. Savage Middle School [CA]............................... 184

Davies, Natalie...................................... 105

Felis, Matt......................116, 128, 184, 194

Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy [GA]...................................... 194

Clemson University [SC]....................... 140

Cody, Sarah.......................................... 194

Felipe, Natalie........................................123

Fenton, Allison.......................................180

Earhart, Valerie..................................... 168

Coburn, Gaye....................................... 194

Feil, Travis......................82, 83, 85, 90, 97, 116, 150, 154, 178, 193, 194

Eaglecrest High School [CO]..................171

Dang, Thomas...................................... 251

Cobb, Kristil.................................. 188, 226

Feehan, Calvin...................................... 117

Eagle Peak Middle School [CA]..............118

Clayton High School [NC]..................... 137 Clyde A. Erwin High School [NC].......... 190

290

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Featherston, Todd................ 143, 184, 186

Farmer, Braddy..................................... 114

Fayetteville-Manlius High School [NY].................................... 85 Fazackerley, Steve........................ 267, 270 Featherston, Ashley.............. 143, 184, 186

Fulp, Matt......................................122, 187

Gann, Susan.........................................246 Gao, Whitney.........................................190 Garner, Laine.........................................281 Gascon, Deborah..................................127 Gaston Christian School [NC]................199 Gentry, Michelle.....................................192 George Mason High School [VA]............198 George Walton Comprehensive High School [GA].................................. 133 Ghastin, Jennifer............................. 70, 277 Gheorge, Hope............................. 145, 279


Gibby, Scott......................................... 152

Hall, Carrie............................................ 199

Holcomb, Jennifer................................ 149

Jefferson Academy High School [CO].....103

Gibson, Chris....................................... 190

Hall, Jay............................................... 137

Holden, Darla....................................... 264

Jeffrey Trail Middle School [CA]............... 99

Gierba, Tim.......................................... 296

Hall, Tammy.......................................... 139

Holeyfield, Shannon.............................. 150

Jenks High School [OK]........................ 186

Gierman, Katrina................................... 127

Halstead High School [KS]...................... 85

Hollenbeck, Helen.................................. 92

Jiang, Kelly........................................... 224

Gil, Matthew......................................... 217

Hamilton High School [AZ].................... 186

Hollis, Alex.............................................. 94

John C. Kimball High School [CA]......... 179

Gillespie, Lydia...................................... 111

Hamilton, Randy Joe.............. 54, 161, 170

Hollis, Jay......... 122, 124, 139, 141, 182, 198

John P. Stevens High School [NJ]........... 99

Gilman School [MD].............................. 102

Hamlin, Lyndsey................................... 180

Holly Springs High School [NC]............. 182

Gingras, Stacy...................................... 176

Hammer, Karen.................................... 151

Holman Middle School [VA]................... 196

John Paul Stevens High School [TX]..................................... 60

Giordano, Ashley.................................. 266

Hammond, Julia................................... 229

Holmes Middle School [MI]....................... 8

Johns Creek High School [GA]............. 198

Glenbrook North High School [IL]......... 101

Hampel, Judy......................................... 83

Holy Springs High School [NC]............. 232

Johnson Early College High School [TX]....166

Glenbrook South High School [IL].............................. 18, 284

Hampton Bays High School [NY].......... 153

Hopkins High School [MN]...................... 88

Johnson, Beth........................................ 86

Hampton Roads Academy [VA]............ 198

Johnson, Scott..................................... 131

Glendale High School [MO]................... 120

Hanley, Sam......................................... 165

Horizon High School [AZ]..............158, 215, 260, 263

Golden West High School [CA]............. 252

Hanna High School [SC]....................... 182

Horizon High School [CO]......................192

Joy, Chris............................... 88, 184, 188

Hansel, Samantha................................ 269

Horton, Ace.....................54, 209, 230, 279

Juran, Thomas..................................... 280

Hansen, Laurie............................... 30, 296

Hough High School [NC].......................146

Justin Wakeland High School [TX]........... 91

Hansen, Ryan....................................... 120

Howard, Carey..............................192, 265

Justiniani, Katherine.............................. 223

Hanson, Amanda.................................. 259

Hudson High School [WI].......................132

Harborside Academy [WI]..................... 131

Hudson, Chuck.............................196, 198

Harlingen High School [TX]................... 159

Huff, Jennifer.........................................189

Harmony Grove Junior High School [AR]........................ 217

Hughes, William.....................................182

Goodman, Rachel.................................182 Gov. John R. Rogers High School [WA]................................. 115

Harms, Martha............................... 96, 165

Humber, Mallie.......................................168

Harrington, Amanda............................. 104

Humphlett, Cindy...................................128

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Harrington, Stacy.................................. 156

Hunn, Cathy..........................................180

Kady, Noah........................................... 183

Harris, Sallyanne..................................... 86

Huntington, Whitney..............................109

Kamehameha Schools-Kapalama......... 186

Hartman, Lee....................................... 184

Huntingtown High School [MD]................86

Kampmeyer, Jaclynn............................ 109

Harvard Yearbook Publications [MA]........ 190

Hunton, Amy.........................................102

Kapadia, Nima...................................... 115

Hastings High School [MN]................... 159

Hurd, Trudy...........................................110

Kapaun Mt. Carmel Catholic High School [KS].................................... 83

Goldstein, Julie.......................32, 207, 250, 276, 281, 284 Goleman Senior High School [FL]..........124 Golub, Brad.......12, 16, 34, 58, 72, 83, 166 Gonzalez, Lynda....................................159 Gonzalez, Tina.......................................262 Goode-Peoples, Rebekah.....................165

Gowen, Gretchen................................... 97 Grand Blanc High School [MI]................. 5, 14, 233, 281 Grant, Patty.......................................... 155 Grassfield High School [VA].................. 182 Graunke, Amy...................................... 155

Hull, Leslie.............................................136

Jones, Richard..................................... 142

Green, Kelly...........................................147

Heller, Barbara...................................... 126

Greenbrier Christian Academy [VA]........139

Henderson, Hannah............................. 257

Greenbrier High School [GA]..................169

Henderson, Rhy................................... 270

Greene, Andrew....................................141

Henke, Amy.......................................... 171

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Grice, Stacy...................................158, 256

Henry Ford II High School [MI].............. 107

Idaho Falls High School [ID}...................120

Keberly, Russ........................................... 8

Griffin, Peter............74, 149, 161, 171, 200

Herbst, Gaby........................................ 196

Independent School [KS].......................178

Keeley, Tom.................................. 115, 166

Griffin, Sarah...................................42, 125, 130, 176, 178, 182

Heritage Hall [OK]................................. 189

Intihar, Alex............................................105

Keeling, Liz............................. 44, 283, 296

Heritage High School [CO].................... 149

‘Iolani School [HI]...........................167, 248

Keliehor, Maxwell.................................. 227

Griffith, Addie.........................................249

Heritage High School [TX]............... 62, 284

Iowa City West High School [IA].............169

Keller, Jaclyn......................................... 261

Grimes, Katie.........................................245

Herrera, Marcy...................................... 184

Irvine High School [CA]............................90

Kelliher School [SK].............................. 269

Grosse Pointe North High School [MI]......................... 144

Herrera, Sara........................................ 173

Island Pacific Academy [HI]....................240

Kemp, Andrew..................................... 261

Hester, Katrina...................................... 126

Issaquah High School [WA]......................84

Kemp, Tim........................................... 184

Grubbs, Jeremy............ 109, 168, 192, 200

Heyman, Brian...................................... 107

Gruen, Sandra...................................... 103

Hickory High School [NC]..................... 176

Grund, Deb.......................................... 106

Hickory Ridge Middle School [NC]........ 178

Gudelj, Lara.......................................... 266

Hickson, Drew...................................... 236

Guerin, Ellen......................................... 179

Highland High School [CA]................... 192

Guevara, Juan.............................. 225, 262

Highland Park High School [TX]............ 141

Grebel, Coni................................... 99, 278 Green Valley High School [NV]........32, 207, 250, 276, 281, 284

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Hawkins, Brook.................................... 200 Hawthorne Christian Academy [NJ]...... 171 Hayden, Laura...................................... 280

Highsmith, Jack.................................... 169

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Hill, Jim................................................. 165

J.L. Mann High School [SC]...................162

Hill, Russell........................................... 262

Jacklitch, Michelle...........................95, 224

Hillcrest High School [SC]..................... 182

Jackson Middle School [TX]...................194

Hillcrest Middle School [AZ].................. 178

Jackson, Erik...................................38, 285

Hinde, Casey........................................ 190

Katella High School [CA]....................... 180 Kaveney, Kayla..................................... 256 Kazmierczak, Carol................................. 96 Kazmierski, Crystal............................... 279 Kealing Middle School [TX]..................... 72 Kean-Walsh, Rosemary.......................... 91

Kennedy, Wade.................................... 160 Kennesaw Mountain High School [GA]................................. 184 Kern Valley High School [CA]................ 192 Kessler, Andrew.................................... 238 Keyser-Fanick, Christine......................... 60 Kilday, Rebecca.................................... 123 Kilgore, Janey................. 91, 143, 176, 184 Kimball High School [CA]...................... 179 Kincannon, Erica.................................. 146 King, Rob............................................... 93 King’s Academy Lower School [FL]......... 94

Hitson, Joshua....................................... 80

James Bowie High School [TX].......34, 257, 259, 274, 284

Hackett, Christiana............................... 166

Hodge, Melissa........ 109, 128, 154, 173, 192

Jang, Jenny...........................................280

Kinney, Annelise.................................... 100

Hackett, Heather.................................. 186

Hoffman, Joan...................................... 162

Jarvinen, Ellen.........................................84

Kinsella Coupland, Kate........................ 101

Haefner, Kim......................................... 113

Holben, Pam........................................ 260

Jasper, Jeff..............................................81

Kiral, Lindsey........................................ 178

Kingwood Park High School [TX].......... 122

Hajji, Amanda....................................... 200

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Kirby, Meredith..................................... 201 Kirchman, Anna.................................... 187 Kirkwood High School [MO]............... 5, 40, 284, 296

Liberal Arts and Science Academy High School/Lyndon Baines Johnson Early College High School [TX].............. 166 Liberti, Peter......................................... 178

Maize South Middle School [KS]..... 150, 285

Miceli, Lindsey.......................................296

Makros, Barbara................................... 163

Michigan State University [MI]..................46

Malins, Susanne................................... 160

Mickel, Samantha..................................263

Mammen, Derius.................................... 81

Middletown High School [MD]...............183 Midlothian High School [TX]...................137

Kline, Laura.......................................... 169

Liberty Christian School [TX]................. 118

Klink, Rosanne..................................... 190

Liberty High School [CA]....................... 154

Manchester Memorial High School [NH].................................. 190

Klopp, Alison........104, 111, 146, 172, 176, 178, 182, 195, 199, 200

Liberty Hill High School [TX].................... 83

Manchester, Joey................................. 163

Life Christian School [WA]..................... 158

Midway High School [TX].......................239

Mandziak, Kendyl................................. 269

Knight, Jaci...........................................195

Lin, Andrew.......................................... 272

Miles, Valerie..........................................105

Manheim, Roberta................................ 133

Kocur, Jeff.......................................88, 283

Link, Kelsey.................. 101, 105, 158, 178

Milford High School [OH].......................123

Mann High School [SC]........................ 162

Koshiol, Chris........................................296

Linville, Joshua..................................... 296

Milford Mill Academy [MD].........................6

Mann, Troy........................................... 219

Kovack, Thomas...................................153

Little Elm High School [TX].................... 192

Mill Creek High School [GA]...................114

Maria Carrillo High School [CA]............. 196

Kozma, Natalie........................................46

Little, Candance................................... 232

Mills High School [CA]...........................200

Marist Catholic High School [OR] ........... 95

Kreiner, Hannah.....................................162

Lockaby, April....................................... 117

Misar, Cat..............................................124

Kroeppler, Katie.....................................215

Lockard, Kenny.................................... 101

Markham District High School [ON].......................... 192, 265

Moccia, Peter........................................198

Kubicek, Sharon......................................12

Locke, Trey............... 52, 87, 120, 130, 177

Marlborough School [CA]...................... 186

Kuecker, Pat..........................................112

Logsdon, Lauren............ 80, 109, 118, 132

Marquart, Rachel.................................. 283

Kuhlman, Trish.......................................198

London, Kathy.............................. 109, 246

Kumer, Emma........................................280

Lone Peak High School [UT]................. 152

Marquette University High School [WI]................................... 202

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La Quinta High School [CA]...................184 Labarre-Altom, Jacque..........................139 Labib, Judy...................................225, 262 Ladywood High School [MI] ..................176 Laguna Beach High School [CA]..............80 Lail, Beth.............................................. 172 Lake Norman High School [NC]............ 199 Lake Washington High School [WA]........ 88 Lam, Jeff.............................................. 196 Lanier, Susan........................................ 176 LaPorte, Matthew................... 24, 275, 282 LaRoche, Corey............................ 176, 190 Las Vegas Academy of the Arts [NV].... 111 LaSalle-Peru Township High School [IL].................................... 188 Lauzon, William............................ 267, 270 Leary, Barbara...................................... 115 Leasure, Breanna................................. 211 Lebanon High School [IN]....................... 96 Ledford, Tanya...................................... 128 Lee County High School [GA]......... 99, 278 Lee County High School [NC]............... 176 Lee, Debra........................................... 132 Lee, Dennis.......................................... 190 Lee, Lynn................................................ 90 Legacy High School [NV]........................ 91 Leiby, Rita............................................. 192 Leichtamer, Stacey............................... 177 Leifheit, Jessica...................................... 74 Lelliott, Amanda...................................... 99 Lewis, Christopher................................ 263 Lewis, Rachel....................................... 241 Lexington High School [SC].................. 200

Molina, Maria...........................................81 Molvik, Jonathan.........................80, 90, 99 Monett Middle School [MO]...................260 Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School [AL] ....................... 194

Loney, Sherri......................88, 94, 95, 132, 155, 179, 194

Martin, Belinda..................................... 123

Long, Lori..............................................216

Martin, Jennifer..................................... 178

Loreman, Madison.................................263

Martin, Sharon........................................ 82

Los Osos High School [CA]...................163

Martinez, Adriana.................................. 261

Loucks, Iris............................................168

Martinez, Austin.................................... 281

Loudoun Valley High School [VA]............................. 48, 285

Martinez, Janessa................................. 277

Lovejoy High School [TX]...................... 149

Martini, Alisha....................................... 186

Lowry, Nicah......................................... 196

Martino, Jeffrey..................................... 186

Lozano, Aaron...................................... 100

Mason High School [VA]....................... 198

Luceri, Meg Anne................................. 103

Mason, Tania........................................ 180

Luna, Rene........................................... 188

Massey, Jennifer................................... 112

Lundgren, Gary.............................. 48, 296

Matamoros, Gabby............................... 279

Luo, Shuge........................................... 258

Mattoon High School [IL]...................... 214

Lynch, Chris......................................... 166

Maynard, Lauren.......................... 243, 259

Lynch, Suzan........................................ 228

Mount Vernon Presbyterian School [GA]...................... 114

Mazzaferro, Kristina.............................. 173

Lyndon Baines Johnson Early College High School [TX].............. 166

Mountain Brook High School [AL]......... 200

McBride, Nathan.................................. 239

Mountain View Christian School [NV]............................ 259

Lynn, Bianca......................................... 263

Martin, Brie........................................... 200

Martinez, Lorraine................................. 196

McCarthy, Sean........ 68, 76, 114, 170, 171

Moon, Rebecca.................................... 170 Moore Middle School [CA].................... 220 Moore, Jan........................................... 180 Moran, Robert...................................... 188 Morek, Annunziata................................ 254 Morgan, Amy........................................ 154 Morgan, Angel.............................. 139, 210 Morgan, Annalisa.................................. 210 Morgan, Chrissie.................................. 152 Morgan, Megan.................................... 190 Morgan, Vickie...................................... 118 Morningstar, Betsy................................ 194 Morris, Scott......................................... 109 Morse, Rebeka....................................... 90

Lynn, Sara............................................ 110

McCasland, Brent...................93, 116, 152, 161, 186, 190

Mountain Vista High School [CO].......... 161

Lyons, Aaron........................................ 152

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McCaslin, Katie.....................................276

Mullins, Michael.................................... 196

McCulley, Lisa.........................................93

Munger, Christopher............................. 179

McCulloch Intermediate SchoolHighland Park Middle School [TX]......... 193

Murphy High School [NC]..................... 114

Maddaleni, Julie................ 81, 94, 104, 145

McGovern, Tim........92, 167, 171, 190, 198

Madigan, Michelle................................. 190

McGuyer, Becky....................................162

Madison County High School [GA]........ 132

McLean, Mike .......................................204

Madson, Betsy..................................... 194

Medcalf, Carol.......................................111

Magana, Donna.............. 50, 184, 188, 195

Melendez, Jacqueline............................226

Mah, Rozanne...................................... 269

Melick, Chrisanna..................................160

Mahan, Mandy....................................... 84

Melocoton, Allysha................................275

Maher, Barbara..................................... 147

Melton, Tyler..........................106, 194, 198

Mai, Cristina......................................... 180

Mercado, Lynnete..................................186

Maine South High School [IL]................ 142

Merrifield, Alicia......................................195

Maize High School [KS].......................... 97

Merritt Island High School [FL]...............186

Maize South High School [KS].............. 116

Mesabi East High School [MN]................86

McFarland High School [CA]................. 109 McGee Covington, Jill........................... 200 McGovern, Terry...................127, 130, 178, 180, 182, 190

Meyer, Diana..................................145, 279

292

Mid-Pacific Institute [HI]...........................78

Mudge, Lauren..................................... 149

Murphy, Crystal.................................... 194 Murray, Regina....................................... 92 Murray, Regina..................... 103, 142, 190

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Nance, Marcille..................................... 146 Naperville Central High School [IL]........ 121 Naperville North High School [IL]........... 173 Nashua High School North [NH]........... 176 Navarro, Tamara................................... 275 Neff, Nora............................................. 114 Neiman, Kelly......................................... 81 Nelson, Amy......................................... 188


Neron, Corey........................................ 255

Pace High School [FL]............................ 84

Prazak, Erin............................................ 86

Rice, Heather................................189, 196

Neumann, Kendall................................ 281

Paffrath, Andrew............. 88, 115, 125, 158

Price, Leslie.......................................... 161

Richards, Terri........................................149

Neville, Kit............................................. 296

Paffrath, Jackie............... 88, 115, 125, 158

Price, Rianne................................ 8, 14, 46

Richardson High School [TX].................160

New Jersey Institute of Technology [NJ] .................. 188

Page High School [NC]................. 180, 222

Primosch, Karla.................................... 245

Richland High School [MO]....................236

Page, Mike..................................... 20, 127

Prince George High School [VA]........... 141

Richmond Hill High School [ON]............107

Newton, Mark....................................... 161

Page, Phil............................................... 88

Prospect High School [IL]............... 92, 281

Rickard, Matthew..................................180

Nichols, Casey....................................... 56

Prosper High School [TX]...................... 180

Riley, David............................................178

Nichols, Sarah........................ 10, 283, 285

Palm Desert Charter Middle School [CA]............................... 184

Providence Academy............................ 260

Niemietz, Kim....................................... 149

Palo Verde High School [NV]................. 182

Prusko, Kristopher................................ 143

Rim of the World High School [CA].......................... 188, 226

Nixon, Christine...................................... 99

Palos Verdes High School [CA]............... 64 Pankoff, Mike.................................... 30, 44

PSJA Memorial Early College High School [TX]........................... 100, 261

Ripple, Lauren...................................... 260

Norman North High School [OK]........... 196 Norris, Kate.......................................... 116

Panther Creek High School [NC]............. 42

Pugliese, Cindy..................................... 178

River Ridge High School [GA]............... 116

North Forsyth Middle School [GA]......... 171

Papile, Regina...................................... 153

Putra, Anastasia................................... 268

Park, Sung........................................... 204

North Hall High School [GA].................... 68

Parker, Gina.......................................... 113

North Henderson High School [NC]...... 128

Parkland High School [PA]...................... 93

North Lincoln High School [NC]............ 176

Parkway Middle School [CA]................. 177

North Ridgeville High School [OH]......... 223

Parrino, Denise..................................... 178

North Salinas High School [CA]...... 70, 277

Patapsco High School & Center for the Arts [MD] ....................... 172

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Riverside High School [SC]................... 126

North Gaston High School [NC]............ 110

Patel, Namita........................................ 222

Quincy, Ginny....................................... 178

Rock Academy [CA]............................. 155

Northridge High School [AL]................. 168

Patrick, David............... 127, 142, 196, 299

Quinlan, Len........................................... 26

Rocklin High School [CA]........................ 56

Northside Christian School [SC]............ 149

Patrick, Mary................................ 150, 285

Quinn, Terry.......................................... 285

Rockwall-Heath High School [TX]......... 189

Northside Middle School [AL]................ 192

Patton, Abigail...................................... 260

Quintana, Nina...................................... 146

Rodgers, Jessica.................................. 154

Northview High School [FL]................... 133

Pattonville High School [MO]................. 107

Northwest Christian Middle School [AZ]............................... 105

Paul VI Catholic High School [VA]......... 196

NorthWood High School [IN]................... 88

Pavelka, Susan....................................... 64

Nyberg, Doug....................................... 168

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Payne, Erika Lin.................................... 155

Northern Burlington County Regional Middle School [NJ]................. 127

Rito, Sarah........................................... 101

Robert Vela High School [TX]................ 163 Roberta, Karma.................................... 111 Roberts, Brent...................................... 172 Roberts, Elizabeth................................ 136 Roberts, Justin....................................... 95 Robinson, Alison................................... 133 Robinson, Elaine..................................... 83

Peck, Selene........................................ 117

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Pelliccio, Ellen....................................... 171

Raemisch, Walter................................. 102

Ross, Suzanne..................... 133, 165, 184

Penfield, Caroline.......................... 121, 173

Ragland, Chad.................... 100, 106, 113,

Rossi, Catherine........................... 268, 269

Pennington, Patty................................. 124

117, 121, 133, 137, 186, 200

Round Rock High School [TX]................ 12

Perales, Erika.......................................... 90

Ramer, Al...............................................139

Rowlett High School [TX]...................... 115

Perez, Rosa.......................................... 231

Oasis Middle School [FL]...................... 112

Rancho High School [NV]......................147

Roxbury High School [NJ]....................... 92

Perkins, Elizabeth................................. 141

O’Connor, Leah.................................... 208

Rueb, Brian.......................................... 184

Perrault, Vanessa.................................. 130

Rancocas Valley Regional High School [NJ]................................... 178

O’Day, Katy.......................................... 135

Petruschin, Paula.................................... 88

Rand, Patrick................................ 131, 178

O’Donnell, Verna................................... 229

Rutherford High School [NJ]................. 167

Peytavin, Anne...................................... 134

Rannis, Lori.......................................... 163

Ojeda, Isabel........................................ 124

Pfeiffer, Melissa Ann.................. 70, 90, 154

Raper, Margie......................................... 91

Ola High School [GA]............................ 184

Pickard, Matthew................................. 222

Ray, Linda............................................ 182

Ola Middle School [GA].....218, 257, 258, 259

Piedmont High School [CA].................... 96

Red Mountain High School [AZ]............ 161

Olson, Beth.................................... 87, 187

Piedmont Middle School [CA]............... 111

Redwood High School [CA].................. 117

Orange Lutheran High School [CA]......... 82

Pieper, Marci......................................... 142

Reed, Jennifer...................................... 110

Orangewood Christian School [FL].... 121, 255

Pikesville High School [MD]................... 192

Reed-Ridgeway, Wendy....................... 196

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Ordman, Ginny..................................... 169

Pinnacle High School [AZ]..................... 101

Reeping, Frederick............................... 194

Orono High School [MN]......... 80, 234, 256

Sabia, Chuck................ 102, 167, 172, 194

Pisgah High School [NC]...................... 178

Reinhardt-Mullins, Angela..................... 200

Ortiz, Megan......................................... 122

Sadler, Carolen....................................... 80

Pittsburg High School [KS]................... 145

Rejoice Christian School [OK]............... 264

Oscar F. Smith High School [VA]........... 124

Sager, Susan........................................ 264

Plano East Senior High School [TX]........ 92

Remignanti, Laine......................... 167, 248

Ouachita Baptist University [AR] ........... 126

St. Andrew’s Episcopal School [MD]....... 19

Plano Senior High School [TX]...... 160, 285

Renaud, Cindy...................................... 131

Overton, Jill.......................................... 199

Platt, Kay.............................................. 190

Reno High School [NV]......................... 296

St. Dominic Savio Catholic High School [TX]..................... 231

Platt, Marjorie......................................... 95

Reppi, Jim............................................ 153

Plumley, Rebecca................... 58, 242, 285

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Paul VI High School [NJ]....................... 130

Peake, Jeff........................................... 137

Rogers High School [AR]...................... 161 Roland Park Country School [MD]........ 194 Root, Alison.......................................... 192 Root, Dr. Deborah................................ 126 Rosenberger, Craig......................... 18, 101 Rosman Middle/High School [NC]........ 139 Ross, Leanne....................................... 178

Rumbley, Diane.................................... 133

St. Elizabeth Catholic High School [ON]............ 122, 269

Pollard, Rebecca............................ 62, 284

Research Triangle High School [NC].................................. 251

Pompei, Alexandria............................... 233

Resnick, Andrea................................... 182

St. Francis de Sales High School [OH].................................. 198

Porterville High School [CA].................. 173

Reyes, Edgar........................................ 190

St. Jean de Brebeuf [ON]...................... 266

Potts, Shanae....................................... 216

Reyes, Marco.................82, 83, 85, 90, 97, 116, 150, 154, 178, 193, 194

St. John’s Prep [MA]............................. 166

Pottsville Area High School [PA]............ 106

Paccione, Luke..................................... 271

Powell, Diane........................................ 167

Pace Academy [GA]............................. 194

Prast, Katie........................................... 190

Ricci, Tom.............................................180

St. Mark’s School of Texas [TX]............... 36, 272, 285

Rice, Anna.............................................140

St. Onge, Jessica................................. 221

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St. Stephens High School [NC]............. 104

Sigmon, Kurt.........................................182

Sutton, Anne........................................ 118

Saint Thomas Acquinas Regional Catholic High School [LA]..................... 134

Signal Mountain Middle/High School [TN] ...................... 123

Sutton, Carolyn..................................... 156

Salinas High School [CA]...................... 154

Sweet, Steve.......................... 86, 168, 186

Salter, Deb............................................ 184

Silverado College Preparatory and Career/Technical High School [NV]....... 132

Samples, Luke........ 94, 140, 156, 162, 182

Simon, Erin........................................... 134

San Benancio Middle School [CA].......... 90

Sims Middle School [FL]............... 158, 256

Sanders, Colleen.................................. 135

Sinclair, Bettina..................................... 194

Sands, Lisa.......................................... 139

Skogland, Colby................................... 200

Saquella, Jan........................................ 161

Skyline High School [ID]........................ 162

Sarell, Sam........................................... 115

Skyline Schools [KS]............................... 83

Savage Middle School [CA].................. 184

Slater, Beth........................................... 172

Savannah Arts Academy [GA]............... 131

Slaughter, Alicia.................................... 176

Sayre, Marc.......................................... 188

Slusher, Karen...................................... 171

Schledom, Mark................................... 113

Smale, Stacy........................................ 177

Schleicher, Karen.................................. 192

Smith, Clint........... 237, 241, 243, 247, 259

Schlosser, Sally..................................... 296

Smith, Emily......................................... 145

Schurr, Boz........................................... 240

Smith, Renee........................................ 192

Schwimmer, Elyshea............................. 235

Smithson Valley High School [TX].......... 135

Scott, Kristen.......................................... 72

Solis, Brittany....................................... 258

Tate, C. Dow........................206, 208, 249, 253, 256, 273, 282

Scott, Sheri............ 96, 111, 118, 188, 196

Solomon, Millie..................................... 183

Tatum, Ken............................................187

Seaman High School [KS]....................... 81

Sorrows, Margaret................................ 284

Taylor, Jessica.......................................200

Seaman, Casey.................................... 156

South View Middle School [MN]............ 194

Taylor, Sherri..........................................204

Searcy High School [AR]....................... 150

Southport High School [IN]................... 165

Taylor, Tammy........................................143

Sears, Amy........................................... 256

Southridge School [BC]................ 267, 270

Teague, Stephen...................................170

Semple, Christina................................... 97

Southwest Career and Technical Academy [NV]......... 24, 275, 282

Tedrow, Casey.......................................136

Space Coast Jr./Sr. High School [FL]................................... 117

Tesoro High School [CA]......................... 99

Settar, Jennifer..................................... 122 Seven Lakes Junior High School [TX].................. 50, 285 Severna Park High School [MD]............ 168 Shabka, Linda........................................ 99 Shadow Hills High School [CA]............. 235 Shadow Ridge High School [AZ]........... 190 Shadow Ridge High School [NV].......... 180 Shank, Julie.......................................... 186 Shawnee High School [NJ]................... 182 Shawnee Mission East High School [KS].......... 206, 208, 249, 253, 256, 273, 282

Spencer, Ashley.................................... 143 Spring Branch Middle School [TX]........ 219 Stahl, Amy............................................ 165 Stanbury, Tiffany........ 96, 111, 118, 188, 196 Standley Lake High School [CO]........... 144 Starr’s Mill High School [GA]................. 118 State College Area High School [PA]..... 101 Statesville High School [NC]................. 172 Stavis, Carley........................................ 258

Shawnee Mission West High School [KS]......................... 154

Stern, Kristy.......................................... 169

Shay, Sarah.................................. 134, 238

Stevens High School [TX]....................... 60

Shcolnik, Stacey................................... 105

Steward, Amy................................. 52, 284

Sheets Memorial Christian High School [NC].................................. 263

Stewart, Denise.................................... 186

Sheffield, Tread & Associates............36, 62, 66, 86, 91, 92, 115, 118, 125, 128, 137, 141, 149, 152, 156, 160, 169, 180, 188, 189,192,193, 201

Tascosa High School [TX]..................... 165

Templeton, Michelle.............................. 144 Texas High School [TX].................237, 241, 243, 247, 259

University Preparatory School [CA]......... 88 Ursuline Academy [OH]......................... 140 Utica High School [MI].......................... 177

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Vaillant, Karen....................................... 198 Valdez, Russel...................................... 275 Valencia, Jennifer.................................. 235 Valley Christian High School [CA].......... 151 Valley Regional High School [CT].......... 229 VanderAarde, Tom................................ 159 Vandernaaldt, Tracey............................ 198 Vaughn, Dot......................................... 182

Thedford, Casi.......................................125

Vaughn, Sara................................ 237, 247

Thomas, Holly.......................................184

Vela High School [TX]............................ 163

Thompson Valley High School [CO].......117

Velaquez, David.................................... 252

Thompson, Nancy.................................159

Vernon, Cathy....................................... 188

Thorp, Alexander...................................140

Veterans High School [GA].................... 145

Thorsen, Rebecca.................................101

Victory Christian School [OK]................ 184

Thurn, Amanda......................................149

Vihlen, Ryan......................................... 194

Tiedens, Julie........................................165

Village School [TX]................................ 195

Tittl, Pete...............................................154

Vista High School [CA].......................... 130

Todd, Cindy.....................................16, 285

Voth, Leah............................................ 189

Waggoner, Roy..................................... 128

Trinity High School [TX]............................66

Wagner, Steve.................................. 80, 99

Trinity Preparatory School [FL]...............100

Wake Forest High School [NC].............. 125

Stouffer, Haley...................................... 188

Turcotte, Elaine..............102, 107, 122, 192

Wakeland High School [TX]..................... 91

Stratford High School [SC].................... 163

Tures-Haider, Clare..................................94

Walkersville High School [MD]............... 155

Stratford High School [TX].................... 228

Turner, Megan.................................93, 258

Wallace, Bradley................................... 131

Stony Point High School [TX]..................... 58, 242, 285

Siegel, Lela............................................188

Tamte-Horan, Chelsea.......................... 151

University of North Alabama [AL]........... 109

Wadsworth High School [OH]............... 254

Shepard, Tyler.......................................283

Sibley, Ross...........................................220

Tam, Alexander..................................... 264

University High School (University of Chicago Laboratory Schools)............ 166

Trinity Academy [KS]......................193, 261

Stoltz, Nicole...................................92, 281

Shupe, Adam..........................................87

Tagami, Megan..................................... 248

United States Naval Academy [MD].......186

Waccamaw High School [SC]............... 153

Shelhamer, Jodi.....................................159

Shoemaker, Carla..................................194

T.L. Hanna High School [SC]................ 182

Union Mine High School [CA].................264

Trinidad, Rochelle..................................261

Stimmell, Kristin.....................42, 125, 130, 176, 178, 182 Stockton Middle School [MO]................216

Shoaf, Shandon.....................................142

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Trezona, Kim..... 42, 125, 130, 176, 178, 182

Stillwater Area High School [MN]..... 30, 296

Sheldon High School [CA].......................87

Shirley, Tessa...........................................68

Sylvan Hills High School [AR]................ 103

Travelers Rest High School [SC]..............156

Stigler Public Schools [OK]................... 136

Shelbyville High School [IN]....................261

Shipman, Samantha..............................106

Sybirski, Shannon................................... 99

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Stevens High School [NJ]....................... 99

Stine, Lisa................22, 213, 244, 262, 263

Shields, Tom..................................120, 145

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Spartanburg High School [SC] ............... 93

Swartz, Tim.......................................... 200

Street, Kevin......................................... 102 Strickland, Nathan................................ 264 Stucchio, Matt.......... 28, 97, 140, 153, 198 Sugden, Ed.................................... 40, 149 Sullivan, Pam........................................ 180

Tong, Fanguri.........................................282 Torode, Cynthia.....................................151 Tortarella, Laura...............................85, 126 Towson High School [MD]......................167 Trainer, Amy.............................................86 Trapino, Mark........................................200

Wallace, Tony....................................... 296 Walnut Hills High School [OH]................. 95 Walsh, Liz............................................. 296 Walston, Shelly..................................... 116 Walter Hines Page High School [NC]................................. 180


GLOSSARY Walter, Hannah............................. 230, 279

Willett, Maureen............................ 167, 186

Walton Comprehensive High School [GA].................................. 133

William A. Hough High School [NC].................................. 146

Wando High School [SC]...................... 112

Williams, Callie...................................... 137

Wang, Susan........................................ 279

Williams, Jeffrey............................ 179, 184

Ward Melville High School [NY].................... 28, 271, 282

Williams, Sean...................................... 173 Wills, Katherine..................................... 281

Warner, Melissa.................................... 136

Wilson, Virginia..................... 120, 147, 162

Washington High School for the Performing Arts [TX]................... 188

Windsor High School [CO].................... 118

Washington Township High School [NJ]................................... 182 Washington-Lee High School [VA]........ 124 Watchung Hills Regional High School [NJ]................................... 190 Waters, Leah........................................ 156 Watkins, Ashley...................................... 85 Waughaman, Chris............................... 141 Waxahachie High School [TX]............... 160 Waynesboro Area High School [PA]...... 194 Wayzata High School [MN]............. 95, 224 Weatherford, Tonia............................... 103 Weidkamp, Kate................................... 170 Weisman, Cortney.................... 2, 171, 282 Weiss, Dana..... 103, 117, 118, 144, 192, 201 Werhan, Linda...............................193, 261 Wesleyan School [GA]...........................174 West Broward High School [FL].............123 West Florence High School [SC]............196 West Forsyth High School [GA]................76 West High School [CA]..........................128 West Morris Mendham High School [NJ]................................... 198

Wingbermuehle, Steve............ 84, 133, 158 Wisconsin Lutheran High School [WI]................................... 178 Woerman, Anna ..................................... 87 Wood, Holly.......................................... 125 Wood, Tammie..................................... 130 Woodall, Tammy................................... 118 Woodcreek High School [CA]............... 170 Woodlawn School [NC]......................... 176 Woodward Academy [GA].................... 165 Workman, Casandra............................. 104 Wright, Jake........................................... 83 Wu, Xiaowei.......................................... 270 Wylie East High School [TX].................. 125

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Yates Thompson, Tracey...................... 156 Yetman, Rhonda........................... 121, 255

West Nottingham Academy [MD].......... 198

Yorba Linda High School [CA]....... 134, 238

West Potomac High School [VA]........... 109

Yorktown High School [VA]................... 183

West Shore Jr./Sr. High School [FL]...... 113

Yreka High School [CA].......................... 91

West Valley High School [CA]................ 176

Yukon High School [OK]................. 38, 285

West Vancouver Secondary [BC].......... 270 West, Noah.......................................... 209 West, Zoe............................................. 214 Westbrook, Ray...................... 36, 272, 285 Western Branch High School [VA]......... 122 Western Reserve Academy [OH]........... 105

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Westlake High School [TX]..............16, 204, 227, 261, 285

Zadi, Sheena........................................ 223

Weverka, Jody.........................................96

Zaher, Michael....................... 134, 151 200

Wheatland High School [CA]..................180

Zanrosso, Karina.................................. 270

Wheeling High School [IL]......................103

Zeigler, Payton................................ 99, 145

Whisler, Kari...........................................136

Zukowski, Sarah................................... 260

White County High School [GA]..... 109, 246 White Knoll High School [SC].................142 Whitewater High School [GA]...................80 Whitfield School [MO]............................144 Whitney High School [CA]........10, 283, 285 Whitt, Camey.........................................176 Wichita High School East [KS].................82 Wichita High School North [KS].............194 Wichita High School Northwest [KS]....... 90 Widener, Nicholas................................. 165

DESIGN STRATEGIES: CONTRAST – Opposing elements spark visual interest. Contrast can be used in size, format, shape, weight and color. DOMINANCE – Achieved by making a content element significantly larger, calling attention to itself and becoming the focal point. HIERARCHY – Creates order and indicates importance through size and placement. PHOTO EYE FLOW – The natural movement from left to right with the content elements moving the eye into the center and/or toward other elements. REPETITION – Designs featuring repetition become unified and cohesive, creating predictability that creates comfort for the reader. EXPANDED SPACING – Generally a “rail” of three to six picas running vertically or horizontally and used to separate or isolate content. TIGHT SPACING – Generally one to six points, is often used between photos or other related elements for visual unity and to save space.

DESIGN ELEMENTS: BACKGROUND – Colors and photographs used to accent the page background. This element should not be overused. CUT-OUT PHOTO – A photo treatment in which the background has been cut away from the subject. FOLIO CONTENT – For reader reference, a small identification that appears with the page number and reflects the specific content of the spread. GRAPHIC ACCENT – Graphics that call attention to certain elements, announcing their importance to the reader (color, tints and rule lines). PHOTO ILLUSTRATION – A photo illustration is planned and often posed or electronically altered to illustrate a story when a photojournalistic image isn’t possible. QUICK READ – Offers an alternative to traditional feature stories because their short, visual formats appeal to readers (figures, facts, opinions, etc.). RULE LINE – Thick or thin, most often straight, used vertically or horizontally, rule lines are measured in points and can be printed in black, color or reversed out of a screened or solid area. SCOREBOARD – An important quick-read story that must be included for each sport. WHOLE BOOK LINK – A concept-related content element such as a photo strip, a folio presentation, a listing or quote box that runs consistently throughout the entire yearbook or a section.

DESIGN STYLE: MAGAZINE STYLE – A design style that places emphasis on a large, powerful dominant photo with a dynamic headline and traditional feature story. MODULAR – Modular design expands coverage and design options by converting traditional photo boxes into content modules, opening a host of storytelling coverage options. TRADITIONAL – Traditional yearbook design follows a time-tested approach to design (5-7 photos, headline and traditional feature story). TYPOGRAPHIC – A design style that places emphasis on the creative use of typography to deliver a story.

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JUDGING TEAM: Celebrating the best-of-the-best in yearbook design and coverage, the Jostens Look Book is the largest and most comprehensive publication of its type in the world. A panel of award-winning yearbook advisers carefully selected the best spreads and covers from yearbooks produced by Jostens: MITCH EDEN Kirkwood High School [MO] LIZ KEELING Champlin Park High School [MN] LAURIE HANSEN Stillwater Area High School [MN] LIZ WALSH Reno High School [NV] JUDGING COORDINATORS: Lindsey Miceli and Tim Gierba, both of Jostens, assisted the judges. Gary Lundgren, Jostens, coordinated the judging. PRINTING: The Jostens Look Book was printed in the U.S.A. by Jostens using state-of-the-art digital prepress technology and Komori Super Perfector offset presses. The press run was 13,500 copies.

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PRODUCTION: The Look Book pages were designed using Adobe InDesign CC. The page trim size is 9 x 12 inches. DIGITAL IMAGING: James Cordell, Jostens, shot all of the studio images of yearbooks. Yearbook spreads were reproduced from images provided by the Jostens yearbook plants. Special thanks to Tony Wallace, Jostens graphics systems engineer, for managing the processing of yearbook spreads. TYPOGRAPHY: Different typographic weights and variations of the Adobe Helvetica Neue family and the Archer family by Hoefler & Frere-Jones. BINDING: Rounded and backed with headbands. COVER: The Look Book features a custom embossed cover produced using Regal material [#857 Moonstone] with horizontal debossed lines. The Jostens logo on the back cover is debossed and highlighted with gloss UV. Silk-screening [#325 white] is used on the spine. On the front cover, the embossed rectangular area is silk-screened with custom ink to match PMS 1595 [orange]. The “IN IT” text is debossed and highlighted with silk-screening [#325 white]. The “LOOK BOOK” title is bevel debossed and accented with gloss UV.

PAPER: The 296 inside pages are printed in process color on 100# Premium Matte [#198]. The Premium Matte offers the highest brightness and unparalleled smoothness. ENDSHEETS: Featuring Jostens Oxford [#268 white] endsheet stock printed in PMS 021U. JOSTENS TEAM: The 2017 Look Book was edited by Gary Lundgren. Sally Schlosser served as managing editor. Chris Koshiol was art director. Kit Neville handled production. Joshua Linville is the editor for the 2018 edition. SUBMISSIONS: Advisers are welcome to submit 2016 fall delivery and 2017 spring delivery yearbooks, printed by Jostens, to be considered for inclusion in the 2018 edition of the Look Book. A copy of the entry form is available on yearbookavenue.com. Yearbooks should be postmarked by June 23, 2017 and shipped to: Jostens, Inc. Look Book Submissions 3601 Minnesota Drive | Suite 400 Minneapolis, MN 55435 Send inquiries regarding the Look Book to: joshua.linville@jostens.com


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