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yours truly yearbook


AS A YEARBOOKER, YOU REPRESENT THE

C U LT U R E , T H E A C T I V I T I E S A N D T H E P E O P L E

T H AT M A K E Y O U R S C H O O L O N E O F A K I N D .

W H E N Y O U D O T H I S E X C E P T I O N A L LY W E L L ,

Y O U C R E A T E A B O O K T H A T I S T R U LY Y O U R S .


J O S T E N S L O O K B O O K

yours truly yearbook

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spreadS N O TA B L E F E AT U R E S

EACH SPREAD THAT YOU SEE IN THE 2018 LOOK BOOK IS TAGGED WITH NOTABLE FEATURES THAT ARE ESPECIALLY WELL DONE ON THAT SPREAD. THE LOOK BOOK JUDGES CONSIDERED THESE ITEMS AS SELECTION CRITERIA.

Alignment of Elements – Text and other design elements in a module or on a spread that are placed so their edges line up. Alignment helps to create order, organize elements, create visual connections and improve the readability of design. Color – Color that has been incorporated into the design in a way that adds interest while simultaneously allowing the photographs to be the center of interest. Coverage – Design that showcases many students and story angles through photos or quotes.

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Cut-Out Photo – A photo in which the background has been removed, usually using Photoshop or another photo editing software. Dominant Element – A key of good design. One element, usually a photo or a group of photos, is obviously larger and more eye-catching than all other elements on the page. Folio – The page number and any graphics, photos or text associated with it. Folio Content – Engaging or informational graphics, photos or text associated with the folio.

Folio Design – Thoughtfully designed folio content that adds to the look and feel of the spread and is reflective of theme graphics. Fonts – A combination of fonts that reflect the theme of the yearbook, interact well and are readable. Graphics – Lines or shapes thoughtfully, and usually subtly, used to enhance the design of a page so that photos remain the star of the show. Headline Design – The combination of a primary headline and secondary headline that utilize font, color and placement to visually reflect theme and content.

Headline Writing – Rhyme, alliteration or a clever play on words used to create a primary headline that is more than an activity label like “volleyball,” and verbally reflects the content. Lines – Thoughtful use of lines should separate or connect elements, or can be used as a graphic, but are not placed on the spread in a way that appears random or detracts from content. Modules – Modules are used to tell the story of an event or topic, or an angle to the main story, in an inclusive way, but are separated from other content by white space or graphics so that the spread does not look cluttered.


F E AT U R E

Photo Illustration – A photo that is used to visually define an idea. Photo illustrations are often photos that have been electronically enhanced or posed. Photo Package – A grouping of photos on a specific and focused topic, often with tight internal spacing. Photo Strip – A linear configuration of photos running vertically or horizontally across a page or spread.

Pica – 1/6 of an inch. Quick Read Content or Topic – Easily digestible content provided in a format that only takes seconds to read. Quick reads help tell the story by focusing on essential facts, figures and quotes. Quick Read Design – An attractive and purposeful use of type, shape, line or color that showcases the information in the quick read and enhances the spread overall.

Quotes – First person stories so intimate they could be said by only one person in the school community. Great quotes shed unique light on personalities, interests or opinions about a school event or topic. Scoreboard – A listing of sports games or matches, the opponent’s name, and the final score with a win-loss record. Scoreboard Design – An attractive and purposeful use of type, shape, line or color that showcases the win/loss record of the season and enhances the spread overall.

D E F I N I T I O N S

Partial Cut-Out – A photo in which some of the background has been removed, usually using Photoshop or another photo editing software.

Spacing of Elements – Spacing in design is used like punctuation in writing. Tight spacing (less than one pica) between elements is like a period – elements separated by tight space relate to one another. Wide spacing (more than two picas) is like a paragraph return – elements separated by wide space address different topics. A combination of spacing widths creates visual connections and improves the readability of design. Spread – Two facing pages. Also called a Double Page Spread or DPS. Unique Idea – A presentation of a topic idea that is not often seen.

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CUTTING EDGE DESIGN FROM COVER TO COVER

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ARROW LIFE Broken Arrow High School, Broken Arrow, OK

1.1 Dear Student Body, Litho/Litho Combo Shine FX Super Matte Lamination Spot UV Foil Silk-screening

With all that’s going on in the world, sometimes it’s hard to cherish the moments and enjoy the little things. We hope that this book will help you to remember your youth and all that it was. Being gold is all about being young and enjoying the opportunities ahead of you and the memories behind you. We hope this book will help you to enjoy those memories for many years to come and leave a long-lasting imprint of your high school career. Stay Gold, Broken Arrow, Your Yearbook Staff 2017 ADVISER Ashley Spencer

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REPRESENTATIVE Dustin Keirsey


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vieo Castle View High School, Castle Rock, CO

2.1 Dear Castle View, Litho/Litho Combo Super Matte Lamination Spot UV Coating Embossing

“Catch Up” was a book that was created for you. In the summer of 2016, your editors were brainstorming the theme for the 2016-2017 book, and the constant was you and how awesome you are. Castle View students take risks and strive to be among the best. The theme came about as a way to capture who you were during the school year. Trust me, the staff of Vieo put in countless hours to tell your stories, but in doing so, told your stories in the most meaningful way they could. We hope you loved it! With hugs, Mrs. Hunziker and the Vieo Staff 2017 ADVISER Jessica Hunziker

REPRESENTATIVE Peter Griffin

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THEME FEATURE

PEOPLE

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IMPRESSIONS Cedar Ridge High School, Hillsborough, NC

3.1 Friends, Embossed Debossing Flax Material Silk-screening

The invented word “opia,” as described by The

Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows, by John Koenig: So much can be said in a glance. Such ambiguous intensity, both invasive and vulnerable—glittering black, bottomless and opaque. The eye is a keyhole, through which the world pours in and a world spills out. And for a few seconds, you can peek through into a fault, that contains everything they are. We offer up a sample of who we are, of what we think people want us to be. But so rarely do we stop to look inside, and let our eyes adjust, and see what’s really there. In our 2017 book, we wanted to capture this raw vulnerability and to take a deeper look into each of our students, their strong personalities and unique differences that unite us as “one pack.” Melinda Barnhardt 2017 ADVISER REPRESENTATIVES Melinda Barnhardt  K im Trezona, Sarah Griffin, Kristin Stimmell

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1 3.3 Alignment of Elements Coverage Dominant Element Lines Quick Read Content or Topic Quick Read Design Quotes STUDENT LIFE

STUDENT LIFE

SPORTS

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STUDENT LIFE

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clamo Clayton High School, Clayton, MO

4.1 Dear Greyhound Family, Litho/Litho Combo Dust Jacket Gloss Lamination Spot UV Debossing

As we began working on our yearbook theme, we wanted to showcase the diversity of Clayton and how all 875 people make this a place of which we are proud and truly connected. Our theme, Defined, gave every student a chance to show who they are, what they believe, and how they work, play, learn and grow—together. We asked you to define who you are and then told your stories in multiple ways. We hope you find this book representative of all that is Clayton. Happy reading. With Greyhound Pride! The Clamo Staff 2017 ADVISER Marci Pieper

REPRESENTATIVE Jim Dumont

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STUDENT LIFE

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ROUND-UP Coppell High School, Coppell, TX

5.1 Dear Student Body, Litho/Litho Combo Shine FX Super Matte Lamination Graining (cutout)

For the 2017 yearbook theme, we wanted your yearbook to come ALIVE through videos, photo galleries, music and more on almost every page. We used the Aurasma app to make your book truly cutting-edge multi-media. Each page includes so much more than first meets the eye. Take a look and watch the book come ALIVE! Enjoy! The 2017 Round-Up Staff 2017 ADVISER Sallyanne Harris

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REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates


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LEGEND Coronado High School, El Paso, TX

6.1 Dear Student Body, Litho/Litho Combo Special Order Material Silk-screening

While every school year involves many of the same events and activities, each student has a unique angle through which they are viewed. We tried to cover these perspectives on the bottom of every page by including seven mug shots that explore different thoughts related to each student’s experience. Our cover, taken at the Homecoming pep-rally, was a photo taken at an angle that showed not only the student body participating in the front but also the cheerleaders, band, and administrators. Hopefully, you will see yourself and all of your friends reflected in this book, helping you to relive now and remember forever your own angle on the 2017 Coronado High School year. With respect, The 2017 Legend Staff 2017 ADVISER Kim Haefner

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REPRESENTATIVE Mary Bunch


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THE IMAGE Dos Pueblos High School, Goleta, CA

7.1 Friends, Litho/Litho Combo Shine FX Super Matte Lamination

“In Full Frame” is more than just a concept about absorbing the bigger picture, it is a representation of the entire student body. Though we may encounter our classmates and friends in the hallways, sometimes we fail to recognize the wonderful diversity and unique human experience that thrives on our campus. Even though we may live in the same space and breathe the same air, each and every person has their own individual track in life which sets them apart. The importance of “In Full Frame” is to accentuate that it takes acknowledging everyone to create a full and complete picture of the student body, and that only one glance cannot truly capture what it is like as a whole. Later, Sierra Gillespie, 2017 Editor 2017 ADVISER John Dent

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REPRESENTATIVE Len Quinlan


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THE FENTONIAN Fenton High School, Fenton, MI

8.1 Dear Student Body, Litho/Litho Combo Shine FX Super Matte Lamination

What a year this has been. Some of you voted in the presidential election, others participated in the women’s march and many of us watched the events unfold on TV. However, sometimes major news events overshadow all of the great things happening close to home. Along with recording milestone news and popular culture, we wanted to capture and celebrate the events at Fenton High. We hope this book will serve as a time capsule of sorts, and when you open it up again next year or 20 years from now, it will help transport you back to this place in time. You will recall what it was like to be in Fenton, “Right Here, Right Now.” We hope this book makes you smile, The Fenton High School Yearbook Staff 2017 ADVISER Pam Bunka

REPRESENTATIVE Michael Page

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CHRONOLOGICAL

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ETRUSCAN Glenbrook South High School, Glenview, IL

9.1 Glenbrook South Titans, Litho/LithoCombo Shine FX Flax Material Super Matte Lamination Quarterbinding Foil Silk-screening Embossing

If you’re new to this school, you may not know it yet, but you’re part of a pretty special place. Sure, there are other high schools, but the diversity and size of Glenbrook South means that our school is kind of like a microcosm. We represent and reflect the world around us. As a school, GBS also celebrates that diversity and encourages us to express our individuality however we see fit. Around here, while there may be a lot of different experiences, backgrounds and opinions, this is a place where you can feel comfortable sharing your perspective. In “Exactly Like Nothing Else,” we wanted to capture both the uniqueness of our school and the uniqueness of the year. Yours truly, The Glenbrook South Etruscan Staff 2017 ADVISER Brenda Field

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REPRESENTATIVE Craig Rosenberger


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ECHO Grand Blanc High School, Grand Blanc, MI

10.1 Hey, You. Screened Natural Material

Wake up! Are you listening? The yearbook is calling.

Burnishing

For our ambitious and curious student body. For

Debossing

everyone searching for who you really are, and even

UV Silver Glitter

for those who feel a little lost. This yearbook is talking to you. We asked you: What resides deep within you? What fascinates you? What fills your heart with excitement? What makes you feel truly alive? This is the story of all of our journeys to self-discovery, of our hopes and fears, what makes us tick, and the obstacles we’ve overcome along the way. This is YOUR Callings. Cheers, Mrs. Butzu 2017 ADVISER Ava Butzu

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REPRESENTATIVE Rianne Price


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LEGacy Green Valley High School, Henderson, NV

11.1 Gators, Screened Natural Material Foil Burnishing

When you look back at this year, we want you to remember all of the good times—the assemblies so loud that your ears rung, the Friday night football games with the band playing and the crowd cheering our Gators on to victory, the talented actors and musicians putting on performances comparable with Broadway shows. But high school isn’t all fun and games. There is drama, stress, and a lot of late nights of studying, finishing projects, and editing essays. So when we told the story of the year, we decided to TELL IT LIKE IT IS. Sincerely, Kelly Coombs and Lillian Lederer, 2017 Legacy Editors-in-Chief 2017 ADVISER Julie Goldstein

REPRESENTATIVES Judy Allen, Michelle Allen

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THE TRIBUTE Heritage High School, Frisco, TX

12.1 Dear Coyotes, Litho/Litho Combo Super Matte Lamination Graining (cutout) Spot UV Embossing

This year we wanted to build a theme that embodied the diversity of our high school, but also to cover overlaps between each student. We speak 67 languages, and have students from 48 states and one territory. We are diverse and we thrive off of it. We take our differences and use them to become one, we are unity. Together, our experiences, talents and perspectives reveal the SPECTRUM. Enjoy, Mrs. Pollard 2017 ADVISER Rebecca Pollard

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REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates


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HIGHLANDER Highland Park High School, Dallas, TX

13.1 Dear Highland Park Scots, Embossed Regal Material Foil Embossing

From the outside looking in, it’s easy to see the heritage of pride, achievement, community that make this place special. From the inside we embody the traditions of those who came before us. It is not something we have to think about. It’s in our blood. It’s in our hearts. It is what connects us. Our goal for this yearbook was to share the stories of the community that unites us, the traditions that inspire us, and the experiences that make us who we are. This is who we are and how we Connect the Scots. Yours, The Highlander Yearbook Staff 2017 ADVISER Margie Raper

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REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates


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THE AVIARY Holmes Middle School, Livonia, MI

14.1 Students, Litho/Litho Combo Super Matte Lamination

A Second Glance is all about your perspective at the moment. When you first approach an encounter, you are making a discovery by your imagination branching off. Looking back, you may notice you have misinterpreted your first impression and made assumptions or judgments without looking at all the elements of the story. Noticing deeper detail of an idea of the past allows you to create a new perspective and find treasures in the present time. When looking back at something old, A Second Glance allows you to discover something new and assists us in growing as a conscientious person in the future. Later, Mr. Keberly 2017 ADVISER Russ Keberly

REPRESENTATIVE Rianne Price

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SPUD ANNUAL Idaho Falls High School, Idaho Falls, ID

15.1 Dear Students, Litho/Litho Combo Shine FX Super Matte Lamination

It’s good to be a Tiger. It really is. It’s good to be part of a community. As we look back on this year, remember the good times. Remember how you felt when you watched a shy classmate conquer their fear and give a sweet speech for the first time. Remember all the cans donated for the Super Bowl. Remember how it felt to watch your favorite senior walk across the stage to receive their hard-earned diploma. These are the memories that will last for a good, long time. It’s good to be Idaho Falls, Mr. Hansen and the Yearbook Staff 2017 ADVISER Ryan Hansen

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REPRESENTATIVE Virginia Cotter-Wilson


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TROJAN EPIC Iowa City West High School, Iowa City, IA

16.1 Dear Students, Litho/Litho Combo Super Matte Lamination

This year we tried out a new class schedule, attended homecoming, participated in a dance marathon and broke enrollment records. Best of all, we did all of this together. Though one school will become two next year, we celebrated, showed spirit and were united all in one place. Go Trojans and go Lightning Bolts! Trojan Epic Staff 2017 ADVISER Ginny Ordman

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REPRESENTATIVE Kristy Stern


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LONE STAR James Bowie High School, Austin, TX

17.1 Dear James Bowie Students, Litho/Litho Combo Shine FX Super Matte Lamination Graining (cutout) Spot UV Coating Embossing Debossing

We felt it too. As the 2015-16 school year was wrapping up, each tick of the clock brought news of yet another change for the 2016-17 school year. We said it, too, “What? Wait a minute… No way… Seriously?” The winds of change are coming at us like a Category Five hurricane. The changes are affecting ALL of us—and not just us students, but also our teachers, coaches, administrators and families. As the yearbook staff, we are maneuvering through all the change right along with you. When we all said, “Wait a Minute,” when we started feeling the ramifications of change, we knew that had to be our yearbook theme. But with that driven Bowie spirit, we knew that through our grief, we would be strong and learn from change. Before we knew it, we had made it to June. Then we were saying, “Wait a minute…it’s over?” In your service, Your Lone Star Yearbook Editors-In-Chief 2017 ADVISER Deanna Dellana

REPRESENTATIVE Brad Golub

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VANTAGE POINT Johns Creek High School, Johns Creek, GA

18.1 Dear Student Body, Litho/Litho Combo Shine FX Super Matte Lamination Graining (cutout) Foil

Often times, we remember the lasting effect of a particular event, but fail to recognize the effort put towards the final conclusion. We saw the productions of the student body, but we did not realize the milestones that were met along the way. By going beneath the surface of what is visible upon appearance, we were able to further delve into the academics, athletics, fine arts and other activities that shaped our student body into one unit. In this way, we personalized this book by covering each individual in his or her element. That is what we strived to achieve in this book; uncovering what lies beneath it all. Sincerely, Grace Lee and Caroline Johnson, Editors-in-Chief 2017 ADVISER Jennifer C. Clark

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REPRESENTATIVE Lyndsey Bland-Gunn


1 18.3 Coverage Modules Photo Package Photo Strip Quick Read Content or Topic Quick Read Design Spacing of Elements CHRONOLOGICAL

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THE VESPA Kealing Middle School, Austin, TX

19.1 Dear Student Body, Litho/Litho Combo Shine FX Super Matte Lamination Foil

As middle school students, it can be easy to get caught up in the drama of everyday life—who’s in love with whom, who’s upset with whom, what homework needs to be done, who got cast in the lead role in the play. Sometimes, we can get so distracted, we forget to stop and appreciate the moment we are in. The 2017 Kealing yearbook is a celebration of these moments, big and small, frozen in time, or in this case, in print. But because these moments were yours, just as much as they were ours, we decided to put iPads into your hands—the hands of the Kealing student body—and hoped that you would stop and take a second to be in the moment with us, capturing your own memory to add to the collection of moments that made up volume 32 of the Kealing Vespa. Dedicated to you, Ms. Scott and the 2017 Vespa Staff 2017 ADVISER Kristen Scott

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REPRESENTATIVE Brad Golub


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PIONEER Kirkwood High School, Kirkwood, MO

20.1 Dear Pioneers, Litho/Litho Combo Shine FX Super Matte Lamination Precision Cut

Our 2017 Pioneer staff built the book’s theme off the cliché saying “breaking the box.” We decided to develop design elements to capture the idea of breaking away—“Pioneer” breaks the white line on the cover, our verbal theme breaks the box on the Title and Parting pages and visual elements break the boxes on our dividers. Having a school mascot as symbolic and meaningful as a Pioneer comes with its perks. We came up with two complimentary adjectives to embody our student body as a whole: “Be passionate. Be powerful. Be a Pioneer” and filled those three sections of the book with photos that reflect each idea. Your editors, Ava Godsey and Clare Wojciechowski 2017 ADVISER Mitch Eden

REPRESENTATIVE Trent Schauster

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SAGA Loudoun Valley High School, Purcellville, VA

21.1 Loudoun Valley, Litho/Litho Combo Flax Material Super Matte Lamination Foil Spot UV Silk-screening Debossing

As we put this yearbook together, we wanted to capture who WE ARE as athletes, students, friends, mentors, community members, chemists, brothers, sisters, actors and musicians. We showed what WE DO after school, when we’re stressed, on weekends, at church, on the field, at work, in class, online. We explored what happens when WE ESCAPE to books, from school, in music, to the stage, to Bear’s Den, to Wednesday night Young Life. We looked at where WE LIVE in Purcellville, in Hamilton, in the black box, in the yearbook room, on the practice field, on the rink. And we thought about why WE PLAY Call of Duty, men’s club volleyball, the cello, a character, a lawyer for Model Judiciary, a goodie. Together WE ARE great, Mrs. Akers and the Yearbook Staff 2017 ADVISER Martha Akers

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REPRESENTATIVE Jason Baranowski


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ACCIPITER Mill Creek High School, Hoschton, GA

22.1 Dear Hawks, Litho/Litho Combo Gloss Lamination

2017 brought lots of changes to Mill Creek. The boundaries of our attendance zone shifted, sending friends and neighbors to other schools and taking our student count below 4,000 for the first time in years. Our sports teams were realigned to a new classification, bringing us new opponents. The daily flow in our halls shifted as some academic departments moved spaces. Even the media center changed the way it organized the books. It seems everything about how we connected, how we organized our day, was redesigned. This year, dear Hawks, turned out to be all about Alignment; so here is our story: the choices we made, the friendships we forged, and how our experience compared one to the other. Regards, The Staff of Accipiter 2017 ADVISER Nora Neff

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REPRESENTATIVE Sean McCarthy


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VAlhalla North Salinas High School, Salinas, CA

23.1 Dear Student Body, Litho/Litho Combo Graining (cutout) Super Matte Lamination Thermal Ink

Many people in your time here will try to define you. But their thoughts and words are simply NOT SO. North Salinas High is your chance to write the script of your life (present, past and future). And guess what—that story changes and evolves— there is no one definition. It’s not a right/wrong, black/white answer. “Not So” is a pride book. We are “Not So” many things, but we are collectively NS, North Salinas. You Rock! Ms. Ghastin 2017 ADVISER Jennifer Ghastin

REPRESENTATIVE Melissa Ann Pfeiffer

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log Redwood High School, Visalia, CA

24.1 Dear Rangers, Litho/Litho Combo Shine FX Super Matte Lamination

High school is renowned for being the golden years of your lifetime. As a yearbook staff, we have dedicated our attention to looking beyond the typical high school experiences and conveying the multitude of individual perspectives through creative writing, design and photography. We have had the privilege of capturing 2,196 different views and would like to thank you all for creating a diverse and extraordinary campus atmosphere. Enjoy the view, The Log Staff 2017 ADVISER Calvin Feehan

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REPRESENTATIVE Billy Cunningham


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THE EAGLE Richardson High School, Richardson, TX

25.1 Dear Student Body, Screened Flax Material Silk-screening

We have always known that we hold a special place in this district. Whether because we are the oldest school, or the school steeped in the most tradition, we have always set the tone for the other schools. The yearbook staff’s goal this year was to capture how each group, club or event helped to shape the special culture that only we have. Through our words and images, we hope you feel those qualities jump to life from the pages of this book. Sincerely, The Richardson High School Yearbook Staff 2017 ADVISER Wade Kennedy

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DRAGON Round Rock High School, Round Rock, TX

26.1 Dear Dragons, Embossed Special Order Material Embossing Debossing

If we asked you to describe yourself, you probably couldn’t do that in one word, right? No one is simple and high schools aren’t any different, especially this high school. We hope this yearbook tells all the sides to our story. We are athletes and scholars. We are goal oriented and silly all at the same time. We also hoped to introduce you to different people and their history. Because you don’t fit in a box, we used incomplete boxes to visually tell the story. We also let you choose the photo that meant the most to you for the front cover because not everyone’s book should look the same. Just in case you didn’t know...this is Round Rock. Always, Sharon Kubicek, Yearbook Adviser 2017 ADVISER Sharon Kubicek

REPRESENTATIVE Brad Golub

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

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As you well know, everyone at St. Mark’s is busy, involved, engaged—and not just with rigorous academic pursuits. You give endless hours to your community service responsibilities, you form bonds that will last decades and generations, you embrace newcomers with a warmth that is infectious, you give it your all on the playing fields—and, as a community, your infectious spirit helps us become one. The 2017 Marksmen staff wanted to tell the many dimensions of your stories—the challenges, the successes, the friendships—that are formed here. We felt the best way to do that was to present your stories—first person stories, your attitudes, your comments and insights—and center this yearbook around the theme of “Based on a true story.” True Story, Mr. Westbrook 2017 ADVISER Ray Westbrook

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

28.1 Dear Student Body, Litho/Litho Combo Super Matte Lamination Spot UV Embossing

How many times have you asked someone a question and only received “because” for a response? Sometimes a question requires an in-depth explanation, but other times, “because” is all you really need. A cause. An explanation. A story. Whether brief or thorough, “because” encourages a spectrum of responses, representing our diversity on campus. We wanted to incorporate the intensity of single words along with the detail of well-thought out replies so that students can express their “because” in their own unique way. Russel Valdez, The Howl Editor-in-Chief 2017 ADVISER Matthew LaPorte

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

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By choosing this year’s yearbook theme, Beyond the Obvious, we strove to show you more than the everyday, average parts of Starr’s Mill. Through personal interviews and behind-the-scenes pictures the yearbook staff wanted you to see more than meets the eye: because it’s about all of us, not just the obvious. Yours (obviously), Ms. Coleman and the Yearbook Staff 2017 ADVISER Patt Coleman

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THE PANTHER Stockbridge High School, Stockbridge, MI

30.1 Dearest Students, Litho/Litho Combo Shine FX Super Matte Lamination

Stereotypes are rarely accurate. We don’t have one type of student. Size is a state of mind. We may be a small school, but the world is our classroom. Riches reflect resourcefulness. Our academic and athletic achievements are astounding for our limited resources. Perspectives shift. We continually change and grow to improve ourselves. Friendships bond. Our Panther memories will remain for a lifetime. Your light is bright. When the path is not clear, remember to shine for others and lead the way. Truly, Elizabeth, your Yearbook Adviser 2016 ADVISER Elizabeth Cyr

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TOUCHSTONE Stony Point High School, Round Rock, TX

31.1 Dear Stony Point Tigers, Litho/Litho Combo Super Matte Lamination Graining (cutout) Silk-screening Embossing Debossing Light Sensitive Ink

Secret realities. Overlooked passions. Concealed talents. Masked emotions. Hidden ties. Private perspectives. Reserved identities. Sounds like a pretty dramatic story, huh? Well, it is, because it’s the story of YOU! Did you design your own handbag? Earn a full ride scholarship? Play the accordion? Wait for the last person off the band bus after away games? Make the winning field goal? Attend a women’s march? Volunteer with the police department to support a cause? For 2017, we wanted to discover your story, as we know it’s going to be one of the greatest ever told! In your honor, Mrs. Plumley 2017 ADVISER Rebecca Plumley

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TRIUNE Trinity High School, Euless, TX

32.1 Dear Trojan Nation, Litho/Litho Combo Super Matte Graining (cutout) Embossing

This yearbook strives to capture the array of ways you fit in at Trinity High School as well as ways to describe you to a T. We arrived at the theme “Fit to a T” to cover both collective and individual experiences that define you. It is presented with the contemporary graphic and coverage of all the ways that showcase the best of you. T’s Up, The Trinity High School Yearbook Staff 2017 ADVISER Christine Davis

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ZEPHYR West Forsyth High School, Cumming, GA

33.1 Dear West Forsyth Family, Litho/Litho Combo Super Matte Lamination Spot UV Embossing

The Zephyr yearbook staff worked hard to capture not only this year, but to acknowledge the history of our first 10 years. We interviewed staff members from West’s inaugural year in our “That was Then, This is Now” section and even tracked down your elementary school yearbook photos and baby pictures from 10 years ago to be featured in the “Center of Attention” section on each spread. We also added a special tip-in to acknowledge the 2017 gymnastics team who won the state championship after the printing of the yearbook, a first in our 10 years. Please enjoy this volume of the Zephyr yearbook and remember, “Now that We have Your AtTENtion,” the best is yet to come. Sincerely, The West Forsyth Zephyr Yearbook Staff 2017 ADVISER Maureen Farry

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

34.1 Dear Wildcats, Litho/Litho Combo Shine FX Super Matte Lamination Graining (cutout)

Buzz words, spoken words, fighting words, eaten words. The 2017 school year was about more than the usual events and traditions. Dirty words, loaded words, broken words, wise words. The yearbook staff wanted to hear your spin on our annual adventure together. We skipped the old words, last words, bore words, snore words and tried to tell your stories in a fresh new way. In other words... The Arcadia Yearbook Staff 2017 ADVISER Mark Schledorn

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DETAILS Whitney High School, Rocklin, CA

35.1 Hey Guys, Screened Radiance Material Silk-screening Precision Cut

We know you’ve noticed some changes around here. New principal, new programs popping up and just a different vibe in general. In some ways, it’s a whole new place. This year is different no matter how you look at it. But we all know 701 Wildcat Blvd. has been different from the beginning—from our family feel and diversity to our sports teams, Fight Song Friday, Whitney United Movement and everything else we do. What each of us brings to the Whitney community adds a little piece, whether it’s dying your hair purple, performing in a one-act play, scoring a perfect SAT or breaking a school record. Here’s the place we come together and celebrate our differences...a place that feels like home. Yours, The 2017 Details Editors 2017 ADVISER Sarah Nichols

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01 | CEDAR CLIFF ECHOES A. C. Reynolds High School Asheville, NC 2017 ADVISER Beth Love REPRESENTATIVE Dustin Cox Coverage Dominant Element Photo Package

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02 | ALL SAINTS All Saints Episcopal School Tyler, TX 2017 ADVISER Debra Parham REPRESENTATIVE Lindsay Shepherd Dominant Element Graphics Lines

03 | ELKONIAN Centerville High School Centerville, OH 2017 ADVISER Colleen Sanders REPRESENTATIVE Donald Boyd Coverage Headline Design Photo Strip Quotes

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04 | THE SQUIRE Dallas Christian School Mesquite, TX 2016 ADVISER Martha Leeson REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Photo Package Photo Strip Quotes

05 | VANGUARD Dorman High School Roebuck, SC 2017 ADVISER Casey Seaman REPRESENTATIVE Andrew Bell Color Photo Package Quick Read Content or Topic

06 | CHRYSALIS Dunwoody High School Dunwoody, GA 2017 ADVISER Paul Siegel REPRESENTATIVE Loren Collins Cut-out Photo Headline Design Quick Read Content or Topic

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07 | TRANSITIONS Evans Middle School McKinney, TX 2017 ADVISER Bonnie Goodwin REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Dominant Element Photo Package Photo Strip Quotes

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08 | CITADEL Irvine High School Irvine, CA 2017 ADVISER Erika Perales REPRESENTATIVES Steve Wagner Jonathan Molvik Color Headline Design Photo Package

09 | THE JET Jeffrey Trail Middle School Irvine, CA 2017 ADVISER Amanda Lelliott REPRESENTATIVE Brett Baird Dominant Element Fonts Headline Design Lines Quotes

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10 | CARDINAL Landrum High School Campobello, SC 2017 ADVISER Stephanie Roach REPRESENTATIVE Luke Samples Dominant Element Headline Phrasing Photo Package

11 | THE SPARTAN Leading Edge Academy – Gilbert Early College Gilbert, AZ 2017 ADVISER Katie Bradley REPRESENTATIVE Megan Turner Cut-out Photo Headline Design Quotes

12 | APALACO Loyalsock Township High School Williamsport, PA 2017 ADVISERS Savannah Cajka Ashley Sekel REPRESENTATIVE Kenny Lockard Coverage Photo Package Quotes

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13 | MAVERICK Maize South High School Wichita, KS 2017 ADVISER Shelly Walston REPRESENTATIVE Travis Feil Photo Package Quotes Spacing of Elements

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14 | THE RED CEDAR LOG Michigan State University East Lansing, MI 2017 ADVISER Eric Schwartz REPRESENTATIVE Rianne Price Dominant Element Unique Idea

15 | LOS TEJAS Overton High School Overton, TX 2017 ADVISER Kimber Smith REPRESENTATIVE Lindsay Shepherd Folio Content Headline Design Photo Strip

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16 | SAKAMOW Riverside High School Greer, SC 2017 ADVISER Katrina Hester REPRESENTATIVE Andrew Bell Color Photo Strip Spacing of Elements

17 | TRAVELER Robert E. Lee High School San Antonio, TX 2017 ADVISER Brenda Slatton REPRESENTATIVE Mica Carpenter Dominant Element Photo Package Photo Strip

18 | THE SHIELD The Burlington School Burlington, NC 2017 ADVISER Katy O’Day REPRESENTATIVE Joe Elmore Lines Modules Photo Strip

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19 | THE CANYON Sierra Canyon High School Chatsworth, CA 2017 ADVISER Susan Turner Jones REPRESENTATIVES Luci Conlon Mike Conlon

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20 | LAS MEMORIAS Tascosa High School Amarillo, TX 2017 ADVISER Amy Stahl REPRESENTATIVE Jim Hill Coverage Photo Package Quotes

21 | BLUEBONNET University of Mary Hardin-Baylor Belton, TX 2017 ADVISER Lauren Mendias REPRESENTATIVE Brad Golub Coverage Headline Design Modules Quick Read Content or Topic Quotes

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22 | PAWPRINTS Ursuline Academy Cincinnati, OH 2017 ADVISER Ann Brinkmann REPRESENTATIVE Brian Fessler Dominant Element Graphics Headline Design Headline Phrasing Modules

23 | WAYAKO Wayzata High School Plymouth, MN 2017 ADVISER Michelle Jacklitch REPRESENTATIVE Sherri Loney Dominant Element Headline Design Quick Read Content or Topic

24 | THE ROUNDUP Yorba Linda High School Yorba Linda, CA 2017 ADVISER Sarah Shay REPRESENTATIVE Brett Baird Cut-out Photo Headline Phrasing Lines

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I joined the yearbook as an extremely science-minded person, which has not changed. However, I also discovered that I am passionate about business as well.

Yearbook gave me the ability to think resourcefully, adapt to situations and it expanded my communication skills. It instilled a devotion to creating the best possible product in everything I do.

Sydney Ballweber, St. Mary’s High School [CO] Michael Fabatz, Fenton High School [MI]

The goal I carried with me on this year-long journey of personal and professional discovery was to create not just a haphazard collection of pictures, but a gorgeous collection of moments.

Being editor-in-chief taught me skills like time and project management, how to run an organization effectively and how to work with people with differing views. Natalie Stewart, St. Dominic Savio High School [TX]

Sarah Brown, Satellite High School [FL]

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25 | THE EDGE Alpharetta High School Alpharetta, GA 2017 ADVISER Rita Flowers REPRESENTATIVE Lyndsey Bland-Gunn Folio Content Photo Package Quotes Spacing of Elements

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26 | REFLECTIONS Buford High School Buford, GA 2017 ADVISERS Leah Curtright Rebecca Moon REPRESENTATIVE Sean McCarthy Color Cut-out Photo Graphics Spacing of Elements

27 | PANTHER Cabot High School Cabot, AR 2017 ADVISER Sara Lynn REPRESENTATIVE Natasha Durham Coverage Quick Read Design Spacing of Elements

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28 | CoHiScAn Columbus High School Columbus, GA 2017 ADVISER Angela McCabe REPRESENTATIVE Payton Zeigler Color Folio Design Graphics Photo Strip

29 | THE SURFER Coronado Middle School Coronado, CA 2017 ADVISER Amy Steward REPRESENTATIVE Jill Bonilla Alignment of Elements Coverage Photo Package

30 | THE BRONCO Denton High School Denton, TX 2017 ADVISER Rebecka Frey REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Alignment of Elements Dominant Element Photo Strip Quick Read Design

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31 | LA CORDILLERA Desert Ridge High School Mesa, AZ 2017 ADVISER Taliena Koch REPRESENTATIVE Megan Turner Color Fonts Graphics Lines Modules

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32 | THE LION Faith Christian School Anniston, AL 2016 ADVISER Carey Jenkins REPRESENTATIVE Tyler Melton Coverage Modules Spacing of Elements

33 | THE LEGEND George Walton Comprehensive High School Marietta, GA 2017 ADVISER Roberta Manheim REPRESENTATIVE Suzanne Ross Dominant Element Quotes Spacing of Elements

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34 | THE HAWK Horizon High School Thornton, CO 2017 ADVISER Alison Root REPRESENTATIVE Dana Weiss Color Graphics Photo Strip

35 | ANIMUS Jefferson Academy High School Broomfield, CO 2017 ADVISER Meg Anne Luceri REPRESENTATIVE Dana Weiss Coverage Headline Design Quotes Spacing of Elements

36 | THE BADGER Lampasas High School Lampasas, TX 2017 ADVISER Beth Franklin REPRESENTATIVE Brad Golub Alignment of Elements Dominant Element Quick Read Design

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37 | TROJAN Lee County High School Leesburg, GA 2017 ADVISER Coni Grebel REPRESENTATIVE Payton Zeigler Color Graphics Headline Design Photo Package Unique Idea

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38 | STETSON Liberal Arts and Science Academy High School Austin, TX 2017 ADVISER Kelli Touchstone REPRESENTATIVE Brad Golub Graphics Modules Quotes

39 | REGAL RED Maize High School Maize, KS 2017 ADVISER Anne Debes REPRESENTATIVE Travis Feil Coverage Photo Package Spacing of Elements

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40 | LIBERATOR Pace High School Pace, FL 2017 ADVISERS Monica Bondurant Celene Sessions REPRESENTATIVE Steve Wingbermuehle Folio Design Headline Phrasing Modules Spacing of Elements

41 | SOARING EAGLE Reynolds Middle School Prosper, TX 2017 ADVISER Wende Holland REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Color Coverage Cut-out Photo Quick Read Design Quotes

42 | LEGACY Roosevelt High School Sioux Falls, SD 2016 ADVISERS Mary Gail Monahan Stacy Hawkins REPRESENTATIVE Jordan Hall Color Coverage Dominant Element

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43 | THE PHOENIX Sonoraville High School Calhoun, GA 2017 ADVISER Kathy Haley REPRESENTATIVE Matt Felis Dominant Element Fonts Headline Design Lines Spacing of Elements

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44 | ANCHOR Southport High School Indianapolis, IN 2017 ADVISER Sam Hanley REPRESENTATIVE Kari Whisler Color Fonts Headline Design Spacing of Elements

45 | TITANIUM Tesoro High School Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 2017 ADVISER Shannon Sybirski REPRESENTATIVE Steve Wagner Jonathan Molvik Color Fonts Graphics Spacing of Elements Unique Idea

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46 | THE CORRAL Barrington High School Barrington, IL 2017 ADVISER Jolene Heinemann REPRESENTATIVE Caroline Penfield Dominant Element Headline Phrasing Modules Photo Package Quick Read Content or Topic

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47 | PANTHER Benton High School Benton, AR 2017 ADVISER Karen Hammer REPRESENTATIVE Natasha Durham Dominant Element Graphics Quick Read Content or Topic

48 | COEVAL Cantwell Sacred Heart of Mary High School Montebello, CA 2017 ADVISERS Joey Aldama Stefania Rossi REPRESENTATIVE Brett Baird Alignment of Elements Color Quotes

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49 | EATONIAN Eaton High School Eaton, CO 2017 ADVISER Meredith Jankiewicz REPRESENTATIVE Dana Weiss Cut-out Photo Lines Photo Package Photo Strip

50 | TRADITION John Paul Stevens High School San Antonio, TX 2017 ADVISER Christine Keyser-Fanick REPRESENTATIVE Mica Carpenter Graphics Photo Package Quick Read Content or Topic Quotes

51 | MNEMOSYNE Northview High School Johns Creek, GA 2017 ADVISER Brian Rawlin REPRESENTATIVE Lyndsey Bland-Gunn Alignment of Elements Cut-out Photo Fonts Partial Cut-out Quick Read Content or Topic

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52 | TABULA Oak Park and River Forest High School Oak Park, IL 2017 ADVISERS Dan Ganschow Valerie White REPRESENTATIVE Regina Murray Folio Design Lines Modules

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53 | SPARTAN Orono High School Long Lake, MN 2017 ADVISER Sarah Cole REPRESENTATIVE Nicole Horvat Modules Photo Package Spacing of Elements

54 | THE PLANONIAN Plano Senior High School Plano, TX 2017 ADVISER Susanne Malins REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Dominant Element Headline Phrasing Modules

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55 | THE WOLVERINE PSJA Memorial High School Alamo, TX 2017 ADVISER J. Aaron Lozano REPRESENTATIVE Kandis Bernal Fonts Photo Package Quotes

56 | THE TOWER Rumson Fair Haven Regional High School Rumson, NJ 2017 ADVISER Sarah Fitzgerald REPRESENTATIVE Mike Cannon Coverage Fonts Photo Strip

57 | GRISTMILL Shaker Heights High School Shaker Heights, OH 2017 ADVISER James Rodems REPRESENTATIVE Alex Intihar Graphics Quick Read Content or Topic Quotes

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58 | ACADEMIA Staten Island Academy Staten Island, NY 2017 ADVISER Dolores Hayes REPRESENTATIVE Bonnie Blackman Dominant Element Lines Spacing of Elements

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59 | LEGEND Wando High School Mount Pleasant, SC 2017 ADVISER Phillip Caston REPRESENTATIVE John Bumgarner Color Graphics Headline Phrasing Lines

60 | WARRIOR Washington High School Sioux Falls, SD 2016 ADVISER Cindy Heckenlaible REPRESENTATIVE Jordan Hall Color Coverage Graphics Modules

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61 | EL PAISANO Westlake High School Austin, TX 2017 ADVISER Alison Strelitz REPRESENTATIVE Brad Golub Alignment of Elements Headline Design Quick Read Content or Topic Spacing of Elements

62 | LAIR Wheeling High School Wheeling, IL 2017 ADVISER Sandra Gruen REPRESENTATIVE Regina Murray Alignment of Elements Dominant Element Photo Strip

63 | DUKE Windsor High School Windsor, VA 2017 ADVISER Cassandra Presson REPRESENTATIVES Joe Boocks Jay Hollis Folio Content Graphics Quotes

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64 | SPOTLIGHT American Heritage School Plantation Plantation, FL 2017 ADVISER Maria Molina REPRESENTATIVE Julie Maddaleni Dominant Element Folio Design Headline Phrasing Quick Read Design

65 | EL LOBO Basic Academy of International Studies Henderson, NV 2017 ADVISER Toni Gasbarrino REPRESENTATIVES Judy Allen Michelle Allen Coverage Quick Read Design Quotes

66 | BREEZE Black River Falls High School Black River Falls, WI 2017 ADVISER Julie Tiedens REPRESENTATIVE Dave Belland Color Dominant Element Fonts Photo Strip

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67 | TRUE BLUE Circle High School Towanda, KS 2017 ADVISER Ryan Tarletsky REPRESENTATIVE Travis Feil Color Fonts Lines Photo Package

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68 | THE WARRIOR D’Iberville High School D’Iberville, MS 2017 ADVISER Mandy Mahan REPRESENTATIVE Chris Creswell Dominant Element Fonts Graphics

69 | CARACOLE Downers Grove South High School Downers Grove, IL 2017 ADVISER Katherine O’Truk REPRESENTATIVE Regina Murray Color Coverage Headline Design Photo Package

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70 | SIERRAN East Bakersfield High School Bakersfield, CA 2017 ADVISER Christina Bryant REPRESENTATIVE Melissa Hodge Alignment of Elements Dominant Element Spacing of Elements

71 | AERIE East Ridge High School Woodbury, MN 2017 ADVISER Debra Lee REPRESENTATIVE Sherri Loney Color Fonts Photo Package Spacing of Elements

72 | ARIES Edgewood High School Edgewood, MD 2017 ADVISER Jessica Kehl REPRESENTATIVE Chuck Sabia Color Graphics Lines

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73 | IRISH PRIDE Father Ryan High School Nashville, TN 2017 ADVISER Dina Tate REPRESENTATIVE Benjamin Wade Dominant Element Fonts Graphics Photo Package

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74 | BACK TO SQUARE ONE Fountain Hills High School Fountain Hills, AZ 2017 ADVISERS Karla Primosch Bonnie Perkins REPRESENTATIVE Trey Locke Dominant Element Folio Content Folio Design

75 | REGALIS John P. Stevens High School Edison, NJ 2017 ADVISERS Christine Nixon Linda Shabka REPRESENTATIVE Bonnie Blackman Color Fonts Quick Read Design

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76 | CRUSADER Kapaun Mt. Carmel Catholic High School Wichita, KS 2017 ADVISER Elaine Robinson REPRESENTATIVE Travis Feil Cut-out Photo Folio Content Partial Cut-out Photo Package Spacing of Elements

77 | LEGEND Leland High School San Jose, CA 2017 ADVISER Cydney DeBenedetto REPRESENTATIVE Michael Zaher Dominant Element Graphics Headline Design Photo Package

78 | CAT’S PAW Lexington High School Lexington, SC 2017 ADVISER Amanda Hajji REPRESENTATIVE David Patrick Alignment of Elements Quick Read Design Quotes

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79 | THE LEGEND McIntosh High School Peachtree City, GA 2017 ADVISER Jane Edwards REPRESENTATIVE Lauren Logsdon Color Coverage Dominant Element Headline Design

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80 | NAVIGATOR Navarre High School Navarre, FL 2017 ADVISER Jennifer Watson REPRESENTATIVE Steve Wingbermuehle Color Dominant Element Fonts

81 | IMPRINTS Northwood High School Pittsboro, NC 2017 ADVISER Cassie Faris REPRESENTATIVES Kim Trezona Sarah Griffin Kristin Stimmell Color Dominant Element Fonts

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82 | RAMPAGES Orangewood Christian School Maitland, FL 2017 ADVISER Rhonda Pittman REPRESENTATIVE Chad Ragland Color Headline Design Headline Phrasing Quick Read Design

83 | LEDGER Owen J. Roberts High School Pottstown, PA 2017 ADVISER Megan Bonner REPRESENTATIVE Bill Straub Dominant Element Fonts

84 | CLAN-O-LOG Piedmont High School Piedmont, CA 2017 ADVISER Jody Weverka REPRESENTATIVES Sheri Scott Tiffany Stanbury Dominant Element Fonts Graphics Headline Design Lines

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85 | HI-S-POTTS Pottsville Area High School Pottsville, PA 2017 ADVISER Bridget Freiler REPRESENTATIVE Bonnie Blackman Alignment of Elements Dominant Element Photo Package Quotes

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86 | PEERAGE Prince George High School Prince George, VA 2017 ADVISER Chris Waugaman REPRESENTATIVES Joe Boocks Jay Hollis Dominant Element Lines Spacing of Elements

87 | THE MUSTANG Ralston Valley High School Arvada, CO 2017 ADVISER Jeff Fleischman REPRESENTATIVE Dana Weiss Color Dominant Element Folio Design Fonts Photo Illustration

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88 | RED OAK Rancocas Valley Regional High School Mt. Holly, NJ 2017 ADVISER Cindy Pugliese REPRESENTATIVE Terry McGovern Dominant Element Fonts Graphics Photo Illustration

89 | THE LOBO Rocky Mountain High School Fort Collins, CO 2017 ADVISER Daniel Ibanez REPRESENTATIVE Dana Weiss Color Fonts Headline Design

90 | CLIMAX Russellville High School Russellville, AR 2017 ADVISER Tracy McCullar REPRESENTATIVE Randy Joe Hamilton Color Dominant Element Fonts Graphics

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91 | EL GABILAN Salinas High School Salinas, CA 2017 ADVISER Jeff Nakamura REPRESENTATIVE Melissa Ann Pfeiffer Dominant Element Fonts Graphics Headline Design

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92 | TIGER Taylor High School Taylor, AR 2017 ADVISER Katie Robertson REPRESENTATIVE Melissa Jones Color Dominant Element Headline Design Headline Phrasing Photo Strip

93 | BEYOND THE OBVIOUS SSI The American School of Madrid Madrid, FO 2017 ADVISER Jonathon Levin REPRESENTATIVE Kerri Dolena Fonts Photo Illustration Unique Idea

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94 | TIGER Bentonville High School Bentonville, AR 2017 ADVISER Ace Horton REPRESENTATIVE Randy Joe Hamilton Alignment of Elements Dominant Element Fonts Graphics

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97 | THE PROWL Coronado High School Henderson, NV 2017 ADVISER Nancy Thompson REPRESENTATIVES Judy Allen Michelle Allen Alignment of Elements Color Fonts Headline Phrasing Spacing of Elements

98 | THE SUMMIT D.W. Daniel High School Central, SC 2017 ADVISER Amy Elrod REPRESENTATIVE Luke Samples Alignment of Elements Color Dominant Element Graphics

99 | QUANTUM Albert Einstein High School Kensington, MD 2017 ADVISER Jared Kavlock REPRESENTATIVE Jennifer Massey Color Dominant Element Graphics

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102 | ECLECTIC Las Vegas Academy of the Arts Las Vegas, NV 2017 ADVISER Carol Medcalf REPRESENTATIVES Judy Allen Michelle Allen Alignment of Elements Fonts Photo Package Spacing of Elements

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103 | LEONID The Lovett School Atlanta, GA 2017 ADVISER Perry McIntyre REPRESENTATIVE Sean McCarthy Color Dominant Element Unique Idea

104 | VISTA New Albany High School New Albany, IN 2017 ADVISER Chrissy Faulkner REPRESENTATIVE Cameron Bardwell Color Dominant Element Graphics Unique Idea

105 | TORCH Notre Dame High School Belmont, CA 2017 ADVISER Peggy Brady REPRESENTATIVE Michael Zaher Alignment of Elements Dominant Element Fonts Graphics

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106 | TRITON Palos Verdes High School Palos Verdes Estates, CA 2017 ADVISER Susan Pavelka REPRESENTATIVE Kari Agee Alignment of Elements Color Fonts Graphics Spacing of Elements

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107 | PROWLER Panther Creek High School Cary, NC

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108 | THE CRITIC Pinkerton Academy Derry, NH 2017 ADVISERS Timothy Cain Julia Mitchell (assistant adviser) REPRESENTATIVE Corey LaRoche Alignment of Elements Fonts Photo Package Spacing of Elements

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109 | MIMOSAN Roswell High School Roswell, GA 2017 ADVISER Kristi DeMeester REPRESENTATIVE Andrea Avery Dominant Element Graphics Spacing of Elements

110 | SAGA Shawnee Mission West High School Overland Park, KS 2017 ADVISER Amy Morgan REPRESENTATIVE Travis Feil Alignment of Elements Dominant Element Fonts Spacing of Elements

111 | THE RANGER Smithson Valley High School Spring Branch, TX 2017 ADVISER Margaret Edmonson REPRESENTATIVE Mica Carpenter Alignment of Elements Dominant Element Graphics Quick Read Content or Topic

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112 | THE ROGUE ANNUAL Ashland High School Ashland, OR 2017 ADVISER Kristopher Prusko REPRESENTATIVE Janey Kilgore Dominant Element Photo Strip Quotes

113 | THE TIGER Auburn High School Auburn, AL 2017 ADVISERS Samantha Shipman Amber Berry-Moore REPRESENTATIVE Tyler Melton Headline Phrasing Photo Strip Quotes

114 | BULLDOG Bald Knob High School Bald Knob, AR 2017 ADVISER Brent Roberts REPRESENTATIVE Natasha Durham Color Dominant Element Fonts

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115 | TALON C. E. Jordan High School Durham, NC 2017 ADVISER Erin Stelling REPRESENTATIVES Kim Trezona Sarah Griffin Kristin Stimmell Fonts Photo Strip Quotes

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116 | COLUMBIAN Columbia Grammar School New York, NY 2017 ADVISER Jennifer Donsky REPRESENTATIVE Brian Ierardi Photo Strip Quick Read Content or Topic Spacing of Elements Unique Idea

117 | THE TALON Community School of Naples Naples, FL 2017 ADVISER Lisa Pearson REPRESENTATIVE Ched Chase Fonts Quotes Spacing of Elements

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118 | THE EXCALIBUR Deerfield-Windsor School Albany, GA 2017 ADVISER Margaret Wilson REPRESENTATIVE Payton Zeigler Coverage Headline Phrasing Photo Package Quotes

119 | CARDINAL Del Valle High School Del Valle, TX 2017 ADVISER Louis Plumley REPRESENTATIVE Brad Golub Coverage Folio Content Folio Design Photo Strip Quotes

120 | HEXAGON Episcopal High School Houston, TX 2017 ADVISER David Framel REPRESENTATIVE Donna Magana Dominant Element Folio Content Folio Design Fonts Quotes

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121 | THE PATRIOT Fort Dorchester High School North Charleston, SC 2017 ADVISER James Roller REPRESENTATIVE John Bumgarner Folio Design Quotes Unique Idea

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122 | EXPLORE THE ELEMENTS Fraser Academy Vancouver, BC 2017 ADVISER Cara Young REPRESENTATIVE Rachel Anderson-Lee Alignment of Elements Coverage Quotes

123 | PAWPRINT Grassfield High School Chesapeake, VA 2017 ADVISER Rachel Goodman REPRESENTATIVES Joe Boocks Jay Hollis Folio Content Folio Design Photo Strip Quotes Spacing of Elements

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124 | TALON Green Hope High School Cary, NC 2017 ADVISER Clarke Weeks REPRESENTATIVES Kim Trezona Sarah Griffin Kristin Stimmell Alignment of Elements Dominant Element Photo Package Photo Strip Quotes

125 | SPARTAN Holy Spirit High School Absecon, NJ 2017 ADVISER Denise Lamanna REPRESENTATIVE Terry McGovern Fonts Lines Photo Strip Quotes

126 | TROJAN Jenks High School Jenks, OK 2017 ADVISER Shannon Fitzpatrick REPRESENTATIVES Ashley Featherston Todd Featherston Coverage Dominant Element Folio Design Fonts

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127 | SWORD & SHIELD Liberty Christian School Argyle, TX 2017 ADVISER Vickie Morgan REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Dominant Element Folio Design Quotes Spacing of Elements

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128 | THE EAGLE Line Mountain High School Herndon, PA 2017 ADVISERS Wes Wagner CarolLynn Kahler REPRESENTATIVE Kenny Lockard Fonts Lines Photo Package

129 | THE ROSETTE Midlothian Heritage High School Midlothian, TX 2017 ADVISER Rachel Kidder REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Dominant Element Fonts Quotes

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130 | KE ANUENUE Mid-Pacific Insitute Honolulu, HI 2017 ADVISER Kate Kane REPRESENTATIVE Maureen Willett Fonts Photo Illustration Photo Strip

131 | REVOLUTION Powdersville High School Powdersville, SC 2017 ADVISER Matthew Tolbert REPRESENTATIVE Luke Samples Coverage Dominant Element Headline Design Headline Phrasing Photo Strip

132 | EAGLET Somerset Area Senior High School Somerset, PA 2017 ADVISER Elizabeth Helmick REPRESENTATIVE Frederick Reeping Color Fonts Lines

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133 | TROJAN Stanton County High School Johnson, KS 2017 ADVISER Emma Kitch REPRESENTATIVE Jacob Wright Fonts Photo Strip Quotes

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134 | PANTHERA PARDUS Stigler Public Schools Stigler, OK 2017 ADVISER Mitchell Bird REPRESENTATIVE Leslie Hull Coverage Dominant Element Folio Content Photo Strip Unique Idea

135 | KABEKONIAN Stillwater Area High School Stillwater, MN 2017 ADVISER Laurie Hansen REPRESENTATIVE Mike Pankoff Dominant Element Headline Design Headline Phrasing Quotes

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136 | U-HIGHLIGHTS University High School (University of Chicago Laboratory Schools) Chicago, IL 2017 ADVISER Logan Aimone REPRESENTATIVE Christiana Hackett Dominant Element Headline Phrasing Quick Read Content or Topic

137 | INVICTUS Ward Melville High School East Setauket, NY 2017 ADVISER Camryn Baum REPRESENTATIVE Matt Stucchio Color Cut-out Photo Folio Design Spacing of Elements Unique Idea

138 | EMERALD Yorktown High School Yorktown Heights, NY 2017 ADVISERS Benedetta Varotta Dan Moore REPRESENTATIVE Todd Schoenherr Folio Design Photo Strip Quotes

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139 | CHIPPEWA Benson High School Benson, MN 2017 ADVISER Jason Strand REPRESENTATIVE Paul Sorensen Coverage Fonts Photo Strip

140 | THE BEACON Berea High School Greenville, SC 2017 ADVISER Jocelyn Long REPRESENTATIVE Luke Samples Color Fonts Lines Photo Package Spacing of Elements

141 | ARROWHEAD Carrollton High School Carrollton, GA 2017 ADVISER Mike Lewis REPRESENTATIVE Matt Felis Dominant Element Fonts Photo Package

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142 | FALCON Derby North Middle School Derby, KS 2017 ADVISER Laura Hayden REPRESENTATIVE Travis Feil Alignment of Elements Folio Design Fonts Lines Photo Package

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143 | THE FLAME Faith Lutheran Middle School & High School Las Vegas, NV 2017 ADVISER Kristin Elliott REPRESENTATIVES Judy Allen Michelle Allen

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144 | THE AMETHYST Fayetteville High School Fayetteville, AR 2017 ADVISER Stephen Teague REPRESENTATIVE Randy Joe Hamilton Alignment of Elements Folio Design Fonts Lines Spacing of Elements

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145 | PIRATE Gosnell Public Schools Gosnell, AR 2017 ADVISER Ashley Bowdler REPRESENTATIVE Stacy Harrington Dominant Element Lines Photo Strip Spacing of Elements

146 | IN A WORD Hastings High School Hastings, MN 2017 ADVISER Jodi Shelhamer REPRESENTATIVE Jeff Fallon Folio Design Photo Strip Quotes

147 | THE OLYMPIAN Henry Gunn High School Palo Alto, CA 2017 ADVISER Mark Gleason REPRESENTATIVE Michael Zaher Color Fonts Photo Package

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148 | LEGACY Lapeer High School Lapeer, MI 2017 ADVISER Amy Linton REPRESENTATIVE Mike Page Color Cut-out Photo Unique Idea

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149 | EPIC North Oconee High School Bogart, GA 2017 ADVISER Maureen Kraft REPRESENTATIVE Lauren Logsdon

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150 | LOGUE NorthWood High School Nappanee, IN 2017 ADVISER Robin Bilinski REPRESENTATIVE Phillip Page Coverage Photo Strip Quotes Unique Idea

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151 | MOUNTAINEER Rogers High School Rogers, AR 2017 ADVISER Leslie Price REPRESENTATIVE Randy Joe Hamilton Color Cut-out Photo Fonts Quotes Unique Idea

152 | TOTEM Scottsburg High School Scottsburg, IN 2016 ADVISER Susan Jerrell REPRESENTATIVE Cameron Bardwell Coverage Folio Design Graphics Photo Package

153 | SEAMAN Seaman High School Topeka, KS 2017 ADVISER Kelly Neiman REPRESENTATIVE Tom Shields Headline Design Photo Package Unique Idea

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154 | YELLOWJACKET Alvin High School Alvin, TX 2017 ADVISER Lela Siegel REPRESENTATIVE Donna Magana Alignment of Elements Coverage Photo Package

155 | GALAXY Archbishop Carney Regional Secondary School Port Coquitlam, BC 2017 ADVISER Kevin Street REPRESENTATIVE Rachel Anderson-Lee Color Fonts Graphics

156 | INSPIRATION Barbara Goleman Senior High School Miami, FL 2017 ADVISERS Isabel Ojeda Kaitlin Castillo (assistant adviser) REPRESENTATIVE Ched Chase Cut-out Photo Graphics Lines Quotes

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157 | CAVALIER Carroll High School Fort Wayne, IN 2016 ADVISER Tyler Adelsperger REPRESENTATIVE Josh Riedy Photo Illustration Quotes Unique Idea

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158 | YRAC Cary High School Cary, NC 2017 ADVISER Caroline Sutton REPRESENTATIVES Kim Trezona Sarah Griffin Kristin Stimmell Coverage Photo Package Unique Idea

159 | TRAIL DUST Creekview High School Carrolton, TX 2017 ADVISER Brit Crew REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Color Lines Spacing of Elements

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160 | CYPRESSONIAN Cypress Lake High School Fort Myers, FL 2017 ADVISER Ranae Atkinson REPRESENTATIVE Ched Chase Fonts Graphics Photo Package Unique Idea

161 | LEGACY East View High School Georgetown, TX 2017 ADVISER Lauren Gocken REPRESENTATIVE Brad Golub Quotes Spacing of Elements Unique Idea

162 | WINDIGO Edina High School Edina, MN 2017 ADVISER Ellen Guerin REPRESENTATIVE Sherri Loney Color Fonts Graphics Spacing of Elements Unique Idea

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163 | AQUILA Egg Harbor Township High School Egg Harbor Township, NJ 2017 ADVISER Allison Fenton REPRESENTATIVE Terry McGovern Alignment of Elements Coverage Quick Read Design

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164 | TRUE BLUE ANNUAL Hudson High School Hudson, WI 2017 ADVISER Ryan Pagenkopf REPRESENTATIVE Sherri Loney Color Fonts Photo Illustration Photo Package Unique Idea

165 | HURON WENDAT Huron Heights Secondary School Newmarket, ON 2017 ADVISER Rob Kaczor REPRESENTATIVE Rachel Gilliland Alignment of Elements Color Lines Spacing of Elements Unique Idea

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166 | THE CRESCENT Immaculate High School Danbury, CT 2017 ADVISER Samantha Kohler REPRESENTATIVE Todd Schoenherr Alignment of Elements Coverage Spacing of Elements

167 | TALISMANN J. L. Mann High School Greenville, SC 2017 ADVISER Hannah Kreiner REPRESENTATIVE Luke Samples Color Cut-out Photo Quotes Unique Idea

168 | JAGUAR Jackson Memorial High School Jackson, NJ 2017 ADVISER Jessica Ventrello REPRESENTATIVE Bonnie Blackman Graphics Photo Illustration Photo Package

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169 | CERULEAN Larkin High School Elgin, IL 2017 ADVISER Melissa Dobkin REPRESENTATIVE Pat McCulloch Color Quick Read Design Unique Idea

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170 | THE EPIC Lone Peak High School Highland, UT 2017 ADVISER Scott Gibby REPRESENTATIVE Aaron Lyons Alignment of Elements Color Fonts Photo Package Spacing of Elements

171 | MAHISCAN Mamaroneck High School Mamaroneck, NY 2017 ADVISER Carol Scheffler REPRESENTATIVE Todd Schoenherr Color Headline Phrasing Lines

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172 | SUNDIAL Marlborough School Los Angeles, CA 2017 ADVISER Jena English REPRESENTATIVE Kari Agee Coverage Photo Illustration Unique Idea

173 | CATAMOUNT Miami Killian Senior High School Miami, FL 2017 ADVISER Amanda Espana-Tait REPRESENTATIVE Ched Chase Color Coverage Unique Idea

174 | STAMPEDE Mount Vernon Presbyterian School Sandy Springs, GA 2017 ADVISER Betsy Armstrong REPRESENTATIVE Susan Lowell Alignment of Elements Color Dominant Element Fonts Lines

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175 | PANTHEON Palo Verde High School Las Vegas, NV 2017 ADVISER Andrea Resnick REPRESENTATIVES Judy Allen Michelle Allen Alignment of Elements Color Fonts Lines

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176 | SPIRIT Parkview Arts/Science Magnet High School Little Rock, AR 2017 ADVISER Judith Murray REPRESENTATIVE Natasha Durham Alignment of Elements Coverage Fonts Photo Package

177 | ECHO Pattonville High School Maryland Heights, MO 2017 ADVISER Brian Heyman REPRESENTATIVE Jim Dumont Color Cut-out Photo Folio Content Fonts Unique Idea

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178 | PANTHER PRIDE Plano East Senior High School Plano, TX 2017 ADVISER Abby Cole REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Color Graphics Quotes

179 | POCOHI Polk County High School Benton, TN 2017 ADVISER Julie Faulkner REPRESENTATIVE Rebecca Kilday Color Dominant Element Fonts Graphics Unique Idea

180 | LEGACY Robert Vela High School Edinburg, TX 2017 ADVISER Sandra Casperson REPRESENTATIVE Kandis Bernal Color Modules Photo Package Quick Read Content or Topic Unique Idea

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181 | RMS Robius Middle School Midlothian, VA 2017 ADVISER Lisa Caruso REPRESENTATIVES Joe Boocks Jay Hollis Color Dominant Element Headline Design Photo Illustration Quotes

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182 | TONITRUS Rocklin High School Rocklin, CA 2017 ADVISER Casey Nichols REPRESENTATIVE Bryan Durda Color Dominant Element Graphics Photo Package Quotes

183 | THE HOWLER Roseville Area High School Roseville, MN 2017 ADVISER Brittany Stahlman REPRESENTATIVE Mike Pankoff Alignment of Elements Coverage Spacing of Elements

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184 | ABSTRACT St. Elizabeth Catholic High School Thornhill, ON 2017 ADVISER Dave Cheng REPRESENTATIVE Rachel Gilliland Cut-out Photo Dominant Element Headline Design

185 | AERIE Skyview High School Nampa, ID 2017 ADVISER Wendi Mortensen REPRESENTATIVE Virginia Cotter-Wilson Alignment of Elements Color Graphics Unique Idea

186 | ARIES T.C. Roberson High School Asheville, NC 2017 ADVISER Chris Isenhour REPRESENTATIVE Dustin Cox Color Dominant Element Headline Design Photo Strip

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187 | SCEPTRE The King’s Academy Upper School West Palm Beach, FL 2017 ADVISER Austin Gardner REPRESENTATIVE Julie Maddaleni Graphics Photo Illustration Unique Idea

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188 | FINEST HOURS Winston Churchill High School Potomac, MD 2017 ADVISER Naomi Ratz REPRESENTATIVE Jennifer Massey Color Cut-out Photo Fonts Graphics Quick Read Design

189 | LYKOS Woodcreek High School Roseville, CA 2017 ADVISER Kate Weidkamp REPRESENTATIVE Bryan Durda Dominant Element Folio Design Headline Design Headline Phrasing

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190 | THE CATAMOUNT Barron G. Collier High School Naples, FL 2017 ADVISER Patricia Oxx REPRESENTATIVE Ched Chase Lines Quick Read Content or Topic Scoreboard Design

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191 | THE ANTHEM Beckman High School Irvine, CA 2017 ADVISER Cheyne Blair REPRESENTATIVE Barbara Makros Color Fonts Headline Phrasing Quotes

192 | ILLUMINATE Byron P. Steele High School Cibolo, TX 2017 ADVISER Teri Reed REPRESENTATIVE Mica Carpenter Quick Read Content or Topic Quotes Spacing of Elements

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193 | BREAKER Calhoun High School Port Lavaca, TX 2017 ADVISER Amanda Bird REPRESENTATIVE Donna Magana Color Dominant Element Fonts Spacing of Elements

194 | THE ROCKET Catholic High School Little Rock, AR 2017 ADVISER Gretchen Gowen REPRESENTATIVE Natasha Durham Color Dominant Element Headline Phrasing Quotes

195 | REBELATION Champlin Park High School Champlin, MN 2017 ADVISER Elizabeth Keeling REPRESENTATIVE Mike Pankoff Dominant Element Graphics Quotes

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196 | BEACHCOMBER Coronado High School Coronado, CA 2017 ADVISER Anna Woerman REPRESENTATIVE Jill Bonilla Lines Partial Cut-out Quick Read Design Spacing of Elements

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197 | WINGS Eaglecrest High School Centennial, CO 2017 ADVISER Karen Slusher REPRESENTATIVE Peter Griffin Coverage Fonts Headline Design Headline Phrasing Quotes

198 | THE EAGLE Eden Prairie High School Eden Prairie, MN 2017 ADVISER Kristen Saxhang REPRESENTATIVE Sherri Loney Coverage Dominant Element Photo Strip Quotes

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199 | ESPRIT DE CORPS Eisenhower High School Shelby Township, MI 2017 ADVISER Erica Kincannon REPRESENTATIVES Bob Berschback Mike Berschback Color Dominant Element Graphics

200 | SUNSET Golden West High School Visalia, CA 2017 ADVISER David Velasquez REPRESENTATIVE Billy Cunningham Coverage Cut-out Photo Quick Read Content or Topic Quotes

201 | MARTIANAIRE Goodrich High School Goodrich, MI 2016 ADVISER Cheryl Dotterer REPRESENTATIVE Rianne Price Alignment of Elements Dominant Element Fonts Graphics Spacing of Elements

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202 | VALHALLA Grosse Pointe North High School Grosse Pointe Woods, MI 2017 ADVISER Shari Adwers REPRESENTATIVES Bob Berschback Mike Berschback Headline Phrasing Lines Modules Quick Read Content or Topic Spacing of Elements

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203 | EXECUTIVE Henry Ford II High School Sterling Heights, MI 2017 ADVISER Alexis Campion REPRESENTATIVES Bob Berschback Mike Berschback Headline Design Headline Phrasing Spacing of Elements

204 | REGALIA Hopkins High School Minnetonka, MN 2017 ADVISER Jeff Kocur REPRESENTATIVE Sherri Loney Dominant Element Modules Quotes

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205 | THE LONGHORN Legacy High School North Las Vegas, NV 2017 ADVISER Rosemary Kean-Walsh REPRESENTATIVES Judy Allen Michelle Allen Lines Modules Photo Package Quotes

206 | ZOAY Life Christian School Tacoma, WA 2017 ADVISER Doris Claudio REPRESENTATIVES Andrew Paffrath Jackie Paffrath Coverage Photo Package Quotes

207 | LEOPARD Lovejoy High School Lucas, TX 2017 ADVISER Jennifer Holcomb REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Coverage Headline Design Photo Package Quotes

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208 | ANCHORA Mason High School Mason, MI 2017 ADVISER Kristin Higgins REPRESENTATIVE Josh Riedy Folio Design Photo Package Spacing of Elements

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209 | ASGARD Mills High School Millbrae, CA 2017 ADVISER Angela Reinhardt-Mullins REPRESENTATIVE Michael Zaher Dominant Element Modules Spacing of Elements

210 | SILVERLOGUE Montgomery Blair High School Silver Spring, MD 2017 ADVISER Dr. Dana Simel REPRESENTATIVE Jennifer Massey Color Dominant Element Spacing of Elements

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211 | THE OAK Mt. Whitney High School Visalia, CA 2017 ADVISER Ron Boucher REPRESENTATIVE Billy Cunningham Fonts Photo Package Quick Read Design

212 | TALON North Forney High School Forney, TX 2017 ADVISER Deanna Caplett REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Graphics Headline Phrasing Quotes

213 | REFLECTIONS Novi High School Novi, MI 2016 ADVISER Rachel Mercer REPRESENTATIVE Michael Page Dominant Element Fonts Graphics Scoreboard Design

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214 | PANTHER PAW Pflugerville High School Pflugerville, TX 2017 ADVISER Brook Hampton REPRESENTATIVE Brad Golub Dominant Element Headline Phrasing Modules Spacing of Elements

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215 | EL GRANITO Porterville High School Porterville, CA 2017 ADVISER Sara Herrera REPRESENTATIVE Melissa Hodge Color Cut-out Photo Dominant Element Quotes

216 | CREST Prospect High School Mount Prospect, IL 2017 ADVISER Nicole Stoltz REPRESENTATIVE Regina Murray Color Dominant Element Spacing of Elements

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217 | THE VIEW Rossview High School Clarksville, TN 2017 ADVISER Pollyanna Parker REPRESENTATIVE Doug Nyberg Alignment of Elements Dominant Element Spacing of Elements

218 | THE LION Searcy High School Searcy, AR 2017 ADVISER Shannon Holeyfield REPRESENTATIVE Natasha Durham Alignment of Elements Dominant Element Lines Quick Read Content or Topic Quotes

219 | PANTHER Smiths Station High School Smiths Station, AL 2017 ADVISER Stephanie Lee REPRESENTATIVE Tyler Melton Coverage Photo Strip Quotes

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220 | SAGA Spartanburg High School Spartanburg, SC 2017 ADVISER Lisa McCulley REPRESENTATIVE Andrew Bell Headline Design Quotes Scoreboard Design

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221 | THE SHORELINE Standley Lake High School Westminster, CO 2017 ADVISER Jill Esposito REPRESENTATIVE Dana Weiss Dominant Element Graphics Photo Package

222 | FORESTER Wake Forest High School Wake Forest, NC 2017 ADVISER Vicki Crouse REPRESENTATIVES Kim Trezona Sarah Griffin Kristin Stimmell Color Folio Content Graphics Quotes

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223 | THE PACK White Knoll High School Lexington, SC 2017 ADVISER Shandon Shoaf REPRESENTATIVE David Patrick Dominant Element Graphics Headline Design Headline Phrasing Quotes

224 | VISION Whitewater High School Fayetteville, GA 2017 ADVISER Joshua Hitson REPRESENTATIVE Lauren Logsdon Graphics Quick Read Design Quotes

225 | PHOENIX Woodward Academy College Park, GA 2017 ADVISERS Rebekah Goode-Peoples Nicholas Widener (assistant adviser) REPRESENTATIVE Suzanne Ross Headline Phrasing Photo Package Quotes

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226 | EAGLE’S NEST Argyle High School Argyle, TX 2017 ADVISER Terra Lyon REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Alignment of Elements Coverage Lines Modules

227 | WATCHTOWER Beverly Hills High School Beverly Hills, CA 2017 ADVISER Gaby Herbst REPRESENTATIVES Luci Conlon Mike Conlon Color Quotes Spacing of Elements

228 | MUSTANG YEARLY Buffalo Island Central School District Monette, AR 2017 ADVISER Emily Hill REPRESENTATIVE Stacy Harrington Dominant Element Fonts Modules Photo Package Unique Idea

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229 | SOARING WINGS Canyon High School Canyon, TX 2017 ADVISER Laura Smith REPRESENTATIVE Jim Hill Alignment of Elements Coverage Fonts Modules

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230 | PANORAMA Chapman High School Inman, SC 2017 ADVISER Alex Hollis REPRESENTATIVE Luke Samples

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231 | THE CHASE Chase County Jr.-Sr. High School Cottonwood Falls, KS 2017 ADVISER Linda Drake REPRESENTATIVE Derius Mammen Graphics Modules Quick Read Content or Topic Quick Read Design

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232 | MAST Dana Hills High School Dana Point, CA 2017 ADVISER Timothy Sampson REPRESENTATIVES Steve Wagner Jonathan Molvik Folio Design Graphics Lines Quick Read Design Unique Idea

233 | THE STORM Desert Vista High School Phoenix, AZ 2017 ADVISER Michelle Coro REPRESENTATIVE Trey Locke Cut-out Photo Quick Read Content or Topic Quotes

234 | THE GONG Escondido High School Escondido, CA 2017 ADVISER Jud Bordman REPRESENTATIVE Jill Bonilla Color Cut-out Photo Photo Package Quick Read Design Quotes

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235 | THE FREDERICK BLUEPRINT Frederick High School Frederick, CO 2017 ADVISER Brandon Coon REPRESENTATIVE Dana Weiss Headline Phrasing Modules Photo Package

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236 | THE BEACON Harborside Academy Kenosha, WI 2017 ADVISER Cindy Renaud REPRESENTATIVE Patrick Rand

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237 | THE LEGEND Highland Park Middle School Dallas, TX 2017 ADVISER Aaron Cappotelli REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Alignment of Elements Coverage Modules Photo Package

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238 | THE PROWLER Justin Wakeland High School Frisco, TX 2017 ADVISER Nima Kapadia REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Alignment of Elements Fonts Graphics Modules Photo Package

239 | LEGACY Liberty High School Bakersfield, CA 2017 ADVISER Pete Tittl REPRESENTATIVE Melissa Hodge Modules Photo Package Photo Strip Quick Read Content or Topic Quick Read Design

240 | MIDDLETONIAN Middle Township High School Cape May Court House, NJ 2017 ADVISER Maria Brault REPRESENTATIVE Terry McGovern Alignment of Elements Dominant Element Headline Design Lines Quotes

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241 | TIMBERWOLVES Mission Vista High School Oceanside, CA 2017 ADVISER Jeannette Kenny REPRESENTATIVE Darla Berkel Color Dominant Element Folio Design Lines Photo Package

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242 | PANORAMA North Cobb High School Kennesaw, GA 2017 ADVISER Jan Husband REPRESENTATIVE Lyndsey Bland-Gunn

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243 | IN THE MIX Oasis Middle School Cape Coral, FL 2017 ADVISER Jamie Ebbert REPRESENTATIVE Ched Chase Color Photo Strip Quick Read Content or Topic Quick Read Design

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244 | OUACHITONIAN Ouachita Baptist University Arkadelphia, AR 2016 ADVISER Dr. Deborah Root REPRESENTATIVE Natasha Durham Alignment of Elements Fonts Quick Read Design

245 | THE TRIBUTARY River Bluff High School Lexington, SC 2017 ADVISER Monica Powell REPRESENTATIVE David Patrick Alignment of Elements Color Fonts Graphics Photo Package

246 | TRIFOLIUM Saint John Neumann Catholic High School Naples, FL 2017 ADVISER Stephanie Sweeney REPRESENTATIVE Ched Chase Alignment of Elements Color Graphics Modules

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247 | THE RIOT Shadow Ridge High School Surprise, AZ 2017 ADVISER Casey Hinde REPRESENTATIVE Trey Locke Alignment of Elements Coverage Fonts Lines Modules

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248 | STAMUS UNUM Sheldon High School Sacramento, CA 2017 ADVISER Adam Shupe REPRESENTATIVE Bryan Durda

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249 | LINKED Sims Middle School Pace, FL 2017 ADVISER Stacy Grice REPRESENTATIVE Steve Wingbermuehle Coverage Modules Partial Cut-out Photo Strip

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250 | BEHEMOTH Skyline High School Idaho Falls, ID 2017 ADVISER Rebecca McGuyer REPRESENTATIVE Virginia Cotter-Wilson Cut-out Photo Headline Design Photo Strip

251 | SOMECKA South Mecklenburg High School Charlotte, NC 2017 ADVISER Dawne Lange REPRESENTATIVE Stephanie Clark Coverage Graphics Quick Read Content or Topic Unique Idea

252 | CORONA St. Stephens High School Hickory, NC 2017 ADVISER Amanda Harrington REPRESENTATIVE Alison Klopp Folio Design Fonts Headline Design Photo Strip Quick Read Design

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253 | EXCALIBUR Stratford High School Goose Creek, SC 2017 ADVISER Joey Manchester REPRESENTATIVE John Bumgarner Alignment of Elements Coverage Photo Package

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254 | BRUIN Sylvan Hills High School Sherwood, AR 2017 ADVISER Tonia Weatherford REPRESENTATIVE Natasha Durham

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255 | LA VIE The Pennsylvania State University University Park, PA 2016 ADVISER Kathleen McGovern REPRESENTATIVE Kenny Lockard Alignment of Elements Dominant Element Unique Idea

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256 | BLINK Ukiah High School Ukiah, CA 2017 ADVISER David Spain REPRESENTATIVE Sheri Scott Dominant Element Headline Phrasing Spacing of Elements

257 | WARRIOR Utica High School Utica, MI 2017 ADVISER Stacy Smale REPRESENTATIVES Bob Berschback Mike Berschback Lines Modules Photo Package

258 | BLUE AND GRAY Washington-Lee High School Arlington, VA 2017 ADVISER Cat Misar REPRESENTATIVE Jason Baranowski Alignment of Elements Lines Photo Package Quick Read Content or Topic Quotes

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259 | THE HAWK West Delaware High School Manchester, IA 2016 ADVISER Helen Temeyer REPRESENTATIVE Kristy Stern Alignment of Elements Coverage Photo Package

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260 | ECHOES Wichita High School East Wichita, KS 2017 ADVISER Sharon Martin REPRESENTATIVE Travis Feil

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261 | HYPERION William Amos Hough High School Cornelius, NC 2017 ADVISER Marcille Nance REPRESENTATIVE Alison Klopp Dominant Element Headline Design Lines Photo Strip Quotes

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Burnishing – This technique uses high heat to “brand” a cover. The result is a dark rich pattern with a traditional feel.

Embossing – A raised effect on the cover surface is created when a die is pressed into the cover board.

Cutout Grain – A texture that has been carefully applied to specific areas of a cover but not others.

Foil – A shiny, untextured, metallic application that can include color or pattern.

Debossing – A crisp indented area in the cover surface is created using heat and pressure.

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Graining – A texture that is pressed into the cover material. 39 patterns are available from wood to leather to alligator.

Lamination – This process makes a litho cover look glossy, matte or super matte. Litho – Covers that are often colorful and visually intricate. They can include all the detail of a photograph. Silk-Screening – Color is applied in layers to flat areas of a cover. Screened covers often have large areas of a single color.

Material – Often taking on the look of fabric or leather, materials come in five distinct looks: Aurora, Flax, Natural, Radiance, Regal. Metalay – Heavy-strength textured metal is affixed to the cover surface – a favorite for medals and crests.


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Precision Cut – Using laser technology, designs are cut through the cover to reveal the endsheet.

Quarterbinding – Two materials, often with contrasting colors and textures, are used on the cover. One of the materials wraps around from the back cover onto the front cover, often covering about a quarter of the front lid.

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Overtone Rub – Varnish is hand-rubbed onto, and then off of, an embossed cover. The varnish remains trapped in low areas, emphasizing the texture and detail of embossing.

Thermal Ink – Body heat reveals a design or photograph under the black thermal ink. UV Coating – A thin layer of high gloss for accents, UV Coating is especially effective on photos, type or artwork.

ShineFX – A thick, textured clear-coat is applied to the cover design.

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American School of Paris Paris, France

Arcadia High School Phoenix, AZ

2017 ADVISER Cora Enard REPRESENTATIVE Kerri Dolena

2017 ADVISER Stacey Shcolnik REPRESENTATIVE Kelsey Link

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

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

3 | PRIMUM REGNUM DEI Archbishop Coleman F. Carroll High School Miami, FL 2017 ADVISER Teriann Mann REPRESENTATIVE Ched Chase

4 | EXCALIBUR Archbishop Mitty High School San Jose, CA 2017 ADVISER Jeff Peterson REPRESENTATIVE Michael Zaher Embossed, Custom Fabrikoid Material, Foil, Precision Cut

Litho/Litho Combo, Super Matte Lamination, Spot UV, Precision Cut

5 | AHIAN

6 | THE AERIE

7 | EL DORADO

8 | THE BOOSTER

Ariton School Ariton, AL

Atascocita High School Humble, TX

Blue Ridge High School Greer, SC

Boiling Springs High School Boiling Springs, SC

2017 ADVISER Tiffany Snell REPRESENTATIVE Tyler Melton

2017 ADVISER Kevin Tatum Sr. REPRESENTATIVE Matt Fulp

2017 ADVISER Kimberley Hendley REPRESENTATIVE Andrew Bell

2017 ADVISER Natalie Moore REPRESENTATIVE Andrew Bell

Screened, Aurora Material, Quarterbinding, Foil

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

Litho/Litho Combo, Matte Lamination, Embossing

Embossed, Graining (cutout), Custom Fabrikoid Material, Foil

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9 | REFLECTIONS Bedford North Lawrence High School Bedford, IN

C O V E R S

2016 ADVISER Errin Layer REPRESENTATIVE Cameron Bardwell Litho/Litho Combo, Super Matte Lamination

10 | SANGRAAL Benilde-St. Margaret’s School St. Louis Park, MN 2017 ADVISER Kelli Rahn REPRESENTATIVE Sherri Loney Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

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11 | BY-HIGH

12 | TROJAN

13 | STEP UP

14 | WAHINA

Byron High School Byron, IL

Center Grove High School Greenwood, IN

CFA Academy High School Concord, NC

Cheyenne East High School Cheyenne, WY

2017 ADVISER Adam Gura REPRESENTATIVE Keri Lange

2017 ADVISER Melissa Warner REPRESENTATIVE Kari Whisler

2017 ADVISER Emmie Corl REPRESENTATIVE Alison Klopp

2017 ADVISER Dan Morris REPRESENTATIVE Dana Weiss

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

Litho/Litho Combo, Super Matte Lamination, Thermal Ink

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

Embossed, Custom Fabrikoid Material, Flax Material

15 | TRADITIONS

16 | THE CORNELLIAN

17 | GEMINI

18 | PEREGRINE

Clarksville Academy Clarksville, TN

Cornell University Ithaca, NY

Cretin-Derham Hall Saint Paul, MN

Dacula High School Dacula, GA

2017 ADVISER Tracy Burkhart REPRESENTATIVE Doug Nyberg

2017 ADVISER Kyle Karnes REPRESENTATIVE Jack Murray

2017 ADVISER Brock Beithon REPRESENTATIVE Sherri Loney

2017 ADVISER Rachel Parsons REPRESENTATIVE Andrea Avery

Litho/Litho Combo, Matte Lamination

Embossed, Precision Cut, Radiance Material

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

Litho/Litho Combo, Super Matte Lamination, Spot UV

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19 | SHIELD Annie Wright Schools Tacoma, WA 2017 ADVISER Emily Weston REPRESENTATIVES Jackie and Andrew Paffrath

20 | BERNARDIAN Bernards High School Bernardsville, NJ 2017 ADVISERS Heather Hunkele Janice O’Brien REPRESENTATIVE Brian Ierardi Litho/Litho Combo, Super Matte Lamination, Graining (cutout), Thermal Ink

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C O V E R S

Litho/Litho Combo, Super Matte Lamination, Thermal Ink


21 | QUIPS & CRANKS

22 | REVOLUTION

23 | THE CRAG

24 | OLYMPIAN

Davidson College Davidson, NC

Davidson Day School Davidson, NC

Decatur High School Decatur, TX

Mountain Brook High School Mountain Brook, AL

2015 ADVISER Hayley Atkins REPRESENTATIVE Alison Klopp

2017 ADVISER Tiffani Thomas REPRESENTATIVE Alison Klopp

2017 ADVISER Carrie Alano REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates

Screened, Natural Material, Burnishing, Foil

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

Embossed, Natural Material, Foil, Burnishing

25 | HERITAGE

26 | BIRCHLOG

27 | EVERGREEN

28 | GOLD STANDARD

Dulaney High School Timonium, MD

Duluth East High School Duluth, MN

Durham Academy Durham, NC

Handsworth Secondary School North Vancouver, BC

2017 ADVISER Kristina Korrow REPRESENTATIVE Chuck Sabia

2017 ADVISER Kristin Peterson REPRESENTATIVE Beth Johnson

2017 ADVISER Kory Bogen REPRESENTATIVE Rachel Anderson-Lee

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

Embossed, Radiance Material, Precision Cut

2017 ADVISER Greg Murray REPRESENTATIVES Kim Trezona Sarah Griffin Kristin Stimmell Screened, Natural Material, Burnishing

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2017 ADVISERS Jill Covington McGee Brooke Hawkins REPRESENTATIVE Jeremy Grubbs Embossed, Radiance Material, Foil, Quarterbinding

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


C O V E R S

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29 | EL DEMONIO

30 | THE EAGLE

Dysart High School El Mirage, AZ

Eagle Peak Middle School Redwood Valley, CA

2017 ADVISER Laura Linderman REPRESENTATIVE Trey Locke

2017 ADVISER Elizabeth DeVinny REPRESENTATIVE Sheri Scott

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

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

33 | THE ESKOMO

34 | THE ONYX

35 | REFLECTIONS

36 | MARTIANAIRE

Esko High School Esko, MN

Flowery Branch High School Flowery Branch, GA

Glastonbury High School Glastonbury, CT

Goodrich High School Goodrich, MI

2017 ADVISER Brenda Lilly REPRESENTATIVE Beth Johnson

2017 ADVISERS Dr. Patrice Pennington Wanda O’Kelley REPRESENTATIVE Sean McCarthy

2017 ADVISERS Erek Grohs Vicki Waz REPRESENTATIVE Ericka Metevier

2017 ADVISER Cheryl Dotterer REPRESENTATIVE Rianne Price

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

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

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31 | GO FOR THE GOLD Eagle Point High School Eagle Point, OR 2017 ADVISER Terri Steinhorst REPRESENTATIVE Janey Kilgore Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination, Foil

32 | LANCER East Rutherford High School Bostic, NC 2017 ADVISER Marla Morgan REPRESENTATIVE Stephanie Clark Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination


37 | ARCHIVE Bishop Gorman High School Las Vegas, NV

Embossed, Flax Material, Foil, Precision Cut, Tip-on, Debossing, Quarterbinding

38 | LUCEAT Bishop Verot Catholic High School Fort Meyers, FL 2017 ADVISER Stacey Elmeer REPRESENTATIVE Ched Chase Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination, Foil

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2017 ADVISER Marc Sayre REPRESENTATIVES Judy Allen Michelle Allen


39 | METEOR

40 | WINKLER

41 | MAKE A SCENE

42 | HARVARD 381

Harlem High School Machesney Park, IL

Harold E. Winkler Middle School Concord, NC

Harris Road Middle School Concord, NC

Harvard Yearbook Publications Cambridge, MA

2017 ADVISER Tarah Helms REPRESENTATIVE Alison Klopp

2017 ADVISERS Susie Dudash Jon Farzalo REPRESENTATIVE Alison Klopp

2017 ADVISER Elena McCormick REPRESENTATIVE Tara Anderson

2017 ADVISER Kelly Engler REPRESENTATIVE Patrick Rand Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

Litho/Litho Combo, Special Order Material

Embossed, Earthstone Material, Graining (cutout), Overtone Rub, Foil

43 | THE LEGEND

44 | HALCYON

45 | EXCALIBUR

46 | THE VIKING

Highland Park Middle School Dallas, TX

Hilton Head Island High School Hilton Head, SC

Hollis Brookline High School Hollis, NH

Holmen High School Holmen, WI

2017 ADVISER Aaron Cappotelli REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates

2017 ADVISER Mary Beth White REPRESENTATIVE John Bumgarner

2017 ADVISER Lin Illingworth REPRESENTATIVE Corey LaRoche

2017 ADVISER Carrie Bergum REPRESENTATIVE Dave Belland

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

Litho/Litho Combo, Super Matte Lamination, Spot UV, Precision Cut

Litho/Litho Combo, Matte Lamination

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

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47 | AUBERON Creekview High School Canton, GA 2017 ADVISER Cindy Humphlett REPRESENTATIVE Matt Felis

48 | THE REBEL Franklin County High School Winchester, TN 2017 ADVISER Martha Lee McCarthy REPRESENTATIVE Rebecca Kilday Litho/Litho Combo, Super Matte Lamination, Lenticular Tip-on

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C O V E R S

Litho/Litho Combo, Super Matte Lamination, Foil, Thermal Ink


49 | CAULDRON Huntington Beach High School Huntington Beach, CA 2017 ADVISER Jillian Jontig REPRESENTATIVE Brett Baird Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination, Graining (cutout), Precision Cut

50 | KA MO’OLELO O’IOLANI Iolani School Honolulu, HI 2017 ADVISERS Laine Remignanti Taylor Wong REPRESENTATIVE Maureen Willett

51 | VISION Johnson Ferry Christian Academy Marietta, GA 2017 ADVISER Paula Buckner REPRESENTATIVE Suzanne Ross Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

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

52 | KAHUKU YEARBOOK Kahuku High & Intermediate School Kahuku, HI 2017 ADVISER Erynn Marlar REPRESENTATIVE Maureen Willett Litho/Litho Combo, Super Matte Lamination, Graining (cutout), Spot UV

53 | KMS

54 | CRUSADER

55 | EQUUS

56 | NAUTILUS

Kaiserslautern Middle School Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany

Kapaun Mt. Carmel Catholic High School Wichita, KS

Kennesaw Mountain High School Kennesaw, GA

Laguna Beach High School Laguna Beach, CA

2017 ADVISER Holly Hoover REPRESENTATIVE Suzanne Ross

2017 ADVISER Carolen Sadler REPRESENTATIVES Steve Wagner Jonathan Molvik

2017 ADVISER Sarah Lang REPRESENTATIVE Kerri Dolena Litho/Litho Combo, Gloss Lamination

2017 ADVISER Elaine Robinson REPRESENTATIVE Travis Feil Litho/Litho Combo, Super Matte Lamination, Graining (cutout), ShineFX

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

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination


57 | TAPS Clemson University Clemson, SC 2017 ADVISER Dylan McCullough REPRESENTATIVE Luke Samples

C O V E R S

Embossed, Graining (cutout), Metal Flake Material, Foil

58 | THE PIRATE Hudson Schools Hudson, IA 2016 ADVISER Joletta Yoder REPRESENTATIVE Kristy Stern Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

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59 | A KNIGHT’S TALE

60 | THE PROWLER

61 | THE HIGHLANDER

62 | LIONESS

Lake Nona Middle School Orlando, FL

Lake Norman High School Mooresville, NC

Lakeland High School Lakeland, FL

Lakeview Academy Gainesville, GA

2017 ADVISER Haleigh Hitzing REPRESENTATIVE Chad Ragland

2017 ADVISER Carrie Hall REPRESENTATIVE Alison Klopp

2017 ADVISER Janell Marmon REPRESENTATIVE Jim Reppi

2017 ADVISER Jennifer Chitarro REPRESENTATIVE Sean McCarthy

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

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

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

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

63 | THE ODYSSEY

64 | THE WOLFPACK

65 | WARRIOR

66 | CAERULEA

Lassiter High School Lassiter, GA

Lee Middle School Sharpsburg, GA

2017 ADVISER Lynne McLaughlin REPRESENTATIVE Suzanne Ross

2017 ADVISER Sally Cavanaugh REPRESENTATIVE Matt Felis

Little Rock Christian Academy Little Rock, AR

Long Beach Polytechnic High School Long Beach, CA

Screened, Custom Fabrikoid Material, Precision Cut

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

2017 ADVISER June Hendren REPRESENTATIVE Natasha Durham

2017 ADVISER Brett Alexander REPRESENTATIVE Brett Baird

Litho/Litho Combo, Super Matte Lamination, Spot UV

Embossed, Natural Material, Burnishing, Foil

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67 | ANTLER Minnehaha Academy Minneapolis, MN 2017 ADVISER Reid Westrem REPRESENTATIVE Sherri Loney

C O V E R S

Litho/Litho Combo, Super Matte Lamination

68 | THE MODEL Model High School Rome, GA 2017 ADVISER Beth Penny REPRESENTATIVE Matt Felis Litho/Litho Combo, Super Matte Lamination

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69 | MIDDLETONIAN

70 | LAUREL

71 | THE PINNACLE

72 | AERIE

Middle Township High School Cape May Court House, NJ

Millbrook High School Raleigh, NC

Mountain Vista High School Highlands Ranch, CO

2017 ADVISER Maria Brault REPRESENTATIVE Terry McGovern

2017 ADVISER Mary Beth Putnam REPRESENTATIVE Kim Trezona Sarah Griffin Kristin Stimmell

Mountain Brook Junior High School Birmingham, AL

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

2017 ADVISER Amy Loden REPRESENTATIVE Jeremy Grubbs

2017 ADVISER Mark Newton REPRESENTATIVE Peter Griffin Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination, Precision Cut

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

Litho/Litho Combo, Radiance Material, Super Matte Lamination, Spot UV, Thermal Ink, Quarterbinding

73 | THE PAWPRINT

74 | SHARKS

75 | TROJAN

76 | NOHIAN

Newbury Park High School Newbury Park, CA

Niguel Hills Middle School Laguna Niguel, CA

North Hall High School Gainesville, GA

North Olmsted High School North Olmsted, OH

2017 ADVISER Michelle Saremi REPRESENTATIVE Len Quinlan

2017 ADVISER Gwynne Steidle REPRESENTATIVES Jonathan Molvik Steve Wagner

2017 ADVISER Tessa Shirley REPRESENTATIVE Sean McCarthy

2016 ADVISER Jen Fleischer REPRESENTATIVE Alex Intihar

Screened, Special Order Material, Foil

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

Screened, Custom Fabrikoid Material, Foil, Precision Cut

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Litho/Litho Combo, Gloss Lamination, Precision Cut


77 | PRIDE’S MARK Mountain Pointe High School Phoenix, AZ 2017 ADVISER Krystin Pinckard-Reed REPRESENTATIVE Trey Locke

C O V E R S

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

78 | PIONEERS Pinnacle High School Phoenix, AZ 2017 ADVISER Monica Flint REPRESENTATIVE Kelsey Link Litho/Litho Combo, Super Matte Lamination, Graining (cutout)

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79 | DYNAMIS

80 | THE BUCCANEER

81 | SPOTLIGHT

82 | THE PEAK

Northwest Cabarrus High School Concord, NC

Page High School Greensboro, NC

Palatine High School Palatine, IL

Peak to Peak High School Lafayette, CO

2017 ADVISER Dana Barnhardt REPRESENTATIVE Alison Klopp

2017 ADVISER Matthew Rickard REPRESENTATIVE Joe Elmore

2017 ADVISER Allen Paul REPRESENTATIVE Pat McCulloch

2017 ADVISER McCall Warneke REPRESENTATIVE Dana Weiss

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

Embossed, Flax Material, Foil, Debossing

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

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

83 | THE NEST

84 | PINE LAKE PREP

85 | PANTHER

Pilot Mountain Middle School Pilot Mountain, NC

Pine Lake Preparatory School Mooresville, NC

Powell High School Powell, TN

86 | T  REASURE CHEST

2017 ADVISER Jessica LeGue REPRESENTATIVE Matt Sheets

2017 ADVISER Tina Pulley REPRESENTATIVE Alison Klopp

2017 ADVISER Cindy Beeler REPRESENTATIVE Kelly Testament

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

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

Screened, Natural Material, Burnishing

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Randall High School Amarillo, TX 2017 ADVISER Amy Neese REPRESENTATIVE Jim Hill Screened, Custom Fabrikoid Material, Quarterbinding, Foil


87 | PINNACLE Red Mountain High School Mesa, AZ 2017 ADVISER Jan Saquella REPRESENTATIVE Trey Locke

C O V E R S

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

88 | SPECIFICS Seven Lakes Junior High School Katy, TX 2017 ADVISER Katie Frazier REPRESENTATIVE Donna Magana Screened, Custom Fabrikoid Material, Foil

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89 | RENDEZVOUS Randleman High School Randleman, NC 2017 ADVISER Michelle Pinto REPRESENTATIVE Matt Sheets Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

90 | THE GRIFFIN’S TALE Robert Cecil Palmer Secondary School Richmond, BC 2017 ADVISER Allison MacDonald REPRESENTATIVE Rachel Anderson-Lee Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination, Foil

91 | SENTRY

92 | RUTHERFORDIAN

Robinson Middle School Fairfax, VA

Rutherford High School Rutherford, NJ

2017 ADVISER Adrienne Forte REPRESENTATIVE Jason Baranowski

2017 ADVISER Veronica Cutter REPRESENTATIVE Tim McGovern

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

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

93 | SKYLINER

94 | PRAETERITA

95 | QUADRANGLE

96 | EL CABALLERO

Rutherfordton-Spindale Central High School Rutherfordton, NC

St. Andrew’s Episcopal School Potomac, MD

St. John’s School Houston, TX

St. Mary’s Catholic High School Phoenix, AZ

2017 ADVISER Edgar Reyes REPRESENTATIVE Jason Baranowski

2017 ADVISER Susan Barthelme REPRESENTATIVE Donna Magana

2017 ADVISER Mary Whitfield REPRESENTATIVE Trey Locke

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

Screened, Custom Order Material, Precision Cut

Embossed, Custom Fabrikoid Material, Graining (cutout), Foil, Quarterbinding, Metalay

2017 ADVISER Chris Long REPRESENTATIVE Dustin Cox Screened, Natural Material, Foil, Burnishing

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97 | NOTLIMAH Hamilton High School Chandler, AZ 2017 ADVISER Heather Hackett REPRESENTATIVE Trey Locke

98 | MEMORIES West Davidson High School Lexington, NC 2017 ADVISER Kara Wood REPRESENTATIVE Matt Sheets Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination, Thermal Ink

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C O V E R S

Litho/Litho Combo, Super Matte Lamination, Thermal Ink, Foil


99 | VERITAS

100 | THALASSA

101 | ECHO

102 | THE REVIEW

Saint Thomas Aquinas Regional Catholic High School Hammond, LA

San Clemente High School San Clemente, CA

Sanger High School Sanger, CA

Santa Maria High School Santa Maria, CA

2017 ADVISER Michelle Chauvin REPRESENTATIVE Anne Peytavin

2017 ADVISER Alana Mack REPRESENTATIVES Jonathan Molvik Steve Wagner

2017 ADVISER Laura Siqueiros REPRESENTATIVE Beth Olson

2017 ADVISER Tina van den Heever REPRESENTATIVE Melissa Hodge

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

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

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

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

103 | SCORPIO

104 | INTREPID

105 | THE QUAD

106 | THE REPLAY

Satellite High School Satellite Beach, FL

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

Stanford University Stanford, CA

2017 ADVISER Casey Strattan REPRESENTATIVE Chad Ragland

2017 ADVISER April Lockaby REPRESENTATIVE Chad Ragland

2017 ADVISER Veronica Cruz REPRESENTATIVE Michael Zaher

Texas Academy of Math and Science Denton, TX

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

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

Screened, Natural Material, Burnishing, Precision Cut

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2017 ADVISER Ben Warren REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Litho/Litho Combo, Matte Lamination, Foil


107 | THE VIKING The Village School Houston, TX 2017 ADVISER Alicia Merrifield REPRESENTATIVE Donna Magana

108 | WARRIOR PRIDE West Caldwell High School Lenoir, NC 2017 ADVISER Melanie Storie REPRESENTATIVE Alison Klopp Screened, Natural Material, Foil, Burnishing

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C O V E R S

Litho/Litho Combo, Super Matte Lamination, Spot UV, Thermal Ink


109 | FLIGHT

110 | SIDELIGHTS

111 | TRUCKEE TIMES

112 | THE RATTLER

Thomas Jefferson High School Rockford, IL

Towson High School Towson, MD

Truckee High School Truckee, CA

Union Mine High School El Dorado, CA

2017 ADVISER Theo Sakellarides REPRESENTATIVE Patrick Rand

2017 ADVISER Claire Fluharty REPRESENTATIVE Chuck Sabia

2017 ADVISER Krista Strecker REPRESENTATIVE Jan Moore

2017 ADVISER Susan Sager REPRESENTATIVE Jan Moore

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination, Chenille Tip-on

Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

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

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

113 | GATEWAYS

114 | THE WILDCAT

115 | THE CHIEF

116 | MIGHTY OAK

Waccamaw High School Pawleys Island, SC

Waterford High School Waterford, CA

Waxahachie High School Waxahachie, TX

Woodlawn School Mooresville, NC

2017 ADVISER Briael Chadwell REPRESENTATIVE John Bumgarner

2017 ADVISER Rosa Hernandez REPRESENTATIVE Jeffrey Williams

2017 ADVISER Chrisanna Melick REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates

2017 ADVISER David Barringer REPRESENTATIVE Alison Klopp

Litho/Litho Combo, Super Matte Lamination, Spot UV

Screened, Natural Material, Foil, Burnishing

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

Embossed, Flax Material, Foil, Precision Cut

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117 | TOTEM Williamstown High School Williamstown, NJ 2017 ADVISER Nancy Ferranto REPRESENTATIVE Terry McGovern

118 | THE DYNASTY Wylie East High School Wylie, TX 2017 ADVISER Casi Thedford REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Screened, Aurora Material, Precision Cut

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C O V E R S

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


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WIN N E R S

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PHOTOGRAP HY DESIGN JOURNALISM

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photoS N O TA B L E F E AT U R E S EACH AWARD-WINNING PHOTO THAT YOU SEE IN THE 2018 LOOK BOOK IS TAGGED WITH NOTABLE FEATURES – ELEMENTS THAT ARE ESPECIALLY EVIDENT IN THAT PHOTO. THE PHOTO CONTEST JUDGES CONSIDERED THESE ITEMS AS PART OF THE SELECTION CRITERIA.

Bird’s–Eye View – Stand on a chair, climb a ladder, look down from a balcony. A bird’s-eye view allows a photographer to capture unexpected and interesting imagery.

Depth – Otherwise known as deep depth of field, depth is emphasized in a photo that allows the viewer to see crisp detail in the distance or gives a sense of distance.

Color Use – Color adds emotional content and can draw attention to a specific area of the photograph. Appropriate use of color in photography adds a dynamic element to images.

Emotion – Intense passion is evident in this powerful photographic strategy. Difficult to capture, emotion results in captivating photography. Fill the Frame – The “frame” refers to the edges of your photo. Get in close, make your subject fill a significant portion of the space within the frame.

Crisp Focus – A crisp image shows detail, but also has a degree of contrast that allows the viewer to notice the detail.

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Framing – Composing a photo so the subject is surrounded (framed) by content—sky, ground, people—emphasizes the subject. Height (Peak) of Action – Whether on the field or in the classroom, capturing the top of the jump, the longest stride or the biggest chemistry explosion will result in more interesting photography. Isolated Subject – A single subject is set apart from the rest of the image. This can be achieved in a variety of ways such as using shallow depth-of-field, lighting, contrasting colors or textures, or limiting the number of subjects.

Implied Leading Lines – A compositional tool in which a person’s or animal’s gaze leads you to look at something else. Implied leading lines can also be created with repetition in shape, texture or light and shadow. Leading Lines – A compositional tool in which a literal line connects two subjects or leads the viewer’s eye to the subject. Lighting – Light from the sun or an artificial source that has been used as a primary visual element in a photograph. Repetition – Shapes and colors that are repeated within the frame yield visual continuity.


F E AT U R E

Rule of Thirds – Dividing the image into thirds vertically and horizontally guides the placement of the subject in the frame. Where the lines intersect, visual “hot spots” are created, resulting in a more dynamic composition.

Range of Lights and Darks – A captivating photo often includes dark darks, light lights and a range of tones in between. Selective Focus – Otherwise known as shallow depth of field, selective focus is a particularly effective method for emphasizing important elements in the frame. Silhouette – Created by photographing a subject with the sun behind them, silhouettes can convey drama, mystery, emotion and mood.

D E F I N I T I O N S

Rule of Odds – The rule of odds states that images are more visually appealing when there is an odd number of subjects. For example, if you are going to place more than one person in a photograph, don’t use two, use 3 or 5 or 7.

Storytelling – The ability of a photograph to tell a rich story, to capture not only a moment in time but also a larger narrative. Symmetry – Symmetry refers to a line that splits a photo in half and, if both sides of the photo are an exact mirror image of each other, then this object is said to be symmetrical. Worm’s-Eye View – A change in perspective often results in more visually interesting photography. Getting down low, or capturing a worm’s-eye view, is one strategy often used by professionals.

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JOSTENS 2 0 17 P H O T O CONTEST

Thousands of talented student photographers took their best shot at a chance to win the 2017 Jostens Photo Contest. The entries were spectacular. From the more than 4,000 photos submitted, the judges selected 85 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 and Yearbookers in Action.

2 0 17 J UDG E S GARETH PATTERSON Freelance Photographer Associated Press MARGIE RAPER Student Publications Adviser Highland Park High School [TX] MARGARET SORROWS Jostens Ambassador BRADLEY WILSON Journalism Professor Midwestern State University [TX]

G RAND P R I ZE BREAKTHROUGH Eakin Howard, photographer Becca Mericle, adviser Asheville High School Asheville, NC Crisp Focus Emotion Height of Action Fill the Frame

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2 0 17 P H O T O C O N T E S T

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ACADEMICS

1S T PL ACE SPARKS FLYING Chiara Rigaud, photographer Bonnie Braun, adviser Archbishop Edward A. McCarthy High School Southwest Ranches, FL Isolated Subject Implied Lines Lighting Selective Focus

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2N D PL ACE RISING STAR Kara Maurer, photographer Lisa Stine, adviser Bryant High School Bryant, AR Crisp Focus Isolated Subject Framing

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ACADEMICS

3R D PL ACE WRITING ON AIR Kaylee Herbst, photographer Melinda Barnhardt, adviser Cedar Ridge High School Hillsborough, NC Implied Lines Lighting Range of Lights and Darks

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4TH PLACE STUDY PANES Josie Pringle, photographer Lisa Stine, adviser Bryant High School Bryant, AR Rule of Thirds Storytelling Repetition

2 0 17 P H O T O C O N T E S T

5TH PLACE REACTIONS Eakin Howard, photographer Becca Mericle, adviser Asheville High School Asheville, NC Emotion Height of Action Implied Lines Storytelling

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G R A D U AT I O N

1S T PL ACE SENIOR DRUM MAJORS Kayleigh Moreland, photographer Clint Smith, adviser Texas High School Texarkana, TX Color Use Rule of Thirds Selective Focus

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2 0 17 P H O T O C O N T E S T

2N D PL ACE TURNING OVER A NEW LEAF Michael Wallis, photographer John Dent, adviser Dos Pueblos High School Goleta, CA Emotion Rule of Thirds Storytelling Repetition

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G R A D U AT I O N

3R D PL ACE EXIT STAGE RIGHT Kara Maurer, photographer Lisa Stine, adviser Bryant High School Bryant, AR Crisp Focus Emotion Rule of Thirds

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4TH PLACE FUTURE SO BRIGHT WE NEED SHADES Sarah Morgan, Photographer Ava Butzu, Adviser Grand Blanc High School Grand Blanc, MI

2 0 17 P H O T O

Emotion Selective Focus Repetition Fill the Frame

C O N T E S T

5TH PLACE PERSEVERANCE Lauren Maynard, Photographer Clint Smith, Adviser Texas High School Texarkana, TX Emotion Storytelling Selective Focus

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

1S T PL ACE INTO THE LIGHT Taylor Welch, photographer Lori Long, adviser Stockton R-1 Middle School Stockton, MO Lighting Rule of Odds Silhouette

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2 0 17 P H O T O C O N T E S T

2N D PL ACE TEARS OF JOY Paige Henrick, photographer Katie Frazier, adviser Seven Lakes Junior High School Katy, TX Emotion Implied Lines Repetition

221


MIDDLE SCHOOL

3R D PL ACE HARD WORK Miles Laning, photographer Amy Barker, adviser Monett Middle School Monett, MO Color Use Depth Implied Lines Reflection Selective Focus Fill the Frame

222


4TH PLACE HELPING HAND Danielle Ward, photographer Aaron Cappotelli, adviser Highland Park Middle School Dallas, TX

2 0 17 P H O T O

Bird’s-Eye View Lighting Range of Lights and Darks Repetition

IN A CLOUD OF COLOR Valentina Foinquinos, photographer Katie Frazier, adviser Seven Lakes Junior High School Katy, TX Color Use Isolated Subject Framing

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C O N T E S T

5TH PLACE


P H O T O I L L U S T R AT I O N

1S T PL ACE FAKE NEWS Lauren Maynard, photographer Clint Smith, adviser Texas High School Texarkana, TX Crisp Focus Uniqueness Selective Focus

224


2 0 17 P H O T O C O N T E S T

2N D PL ACE KNOWLEDGE IS POWER Elsie Yong, photographer Jason Korb, adviser Prairie View High School Henderson, CO Color Use Depth Leading Lines Lighting Symmetry

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P H O T O I L L U S T R AT I O N

3R D PL ACE YEARBOOK TEAM Isabella Yip, photographer Randy Jackson, adviser Forest Lake Christian School Auburn, CA Color Use Uniqueness Storytelling Repetition Fill the Frame

226


4TH PLACE MEMORIES OF OLD GLORY Xelexus Ryan, photographer Linda Werhan, adviser Trinity Academy Wichita, KS

2 0 17 P H O T O

Emotion Lighting Uniqueness Storytelling Fill the Frame

C O N T E S T

5TH PLACE RAINING STEEL Trent Sherman, photographer Toni Cooper, adviser Marist Catholic High School Eugene, OR Leading Lines Range of Lights and Darks Uniqueness Repetition Framing

227


PORTRAIT

1S T PL ACE FOREVER YOUNG Emily Huddleston, photographer Evan Elrod, adviser Jasper High School Jasper, IN Isolated Subject Lighting Uniqueness Selective Focus

228


2 0 17 P H O T O C O N T E S T

2N D PL ACE LOST BOY Emmy Hynes, photographer Julie McClain, adviser Fountain-Fort Carson High School Fountain, CO Color Use Isolated Subject Lighting Range of Lights and Darks Fill the Frame

229


PORTRAIT

3RD PLACE COUGARS Eakin Howard, photographer Becca Mericle, adviser Asheville High School Asheville, NC Crisp Focus Symmetry Fill the Frame

230


4TH PLACE EQUALITY Kevin Sanchez, photographer Jennifer Ortman, adviser Mountain View High School Lawrenceville, GA

2 0 17 P H O T O

Emotion Lighting Rule of Thirds Storytelling

C O N T E S T

5TH PLACE SENIOR RING Emily Culbreath, photographer Lisa Stine, adviser Bryant High School Bryant, AR Color Use Range of Lights and Darks Rule of Thirds

231


R E P L AY I T M O B I L E P H O T O S

1S T PL ACE EARLY SEASON SKIING: SLASHING THE SLUSH Sean Pellman, photographer Charlie Smith, adviser Steamboat Mountain School Steamboat Springs, CO Crisp Focus Height of Action Implied Lines Worm’s-Eye View

232


2 0 17 P H O T O C O N T E S T

2N D PL ACE MUSICALLY ARTISTIC Elyssa Henderson, photographer Melissa Witt, adviser Dimmitt High School Dimmitt, TX Leading Lines Lighting Range of Lights and Darks Selective Focus Repetition

233


R E P L AY I T M O B I L E P H O T O S

3R D PL ACE SELFIE OF THE YEAR Lauren Smeltzer, photographer Natalie Gerber, adviser Karl G. Maeser Preparatory Academy Lindon, UT Depth Emotion Framing Fill the Frame

234


4TH PLACE SAY CHEESE Mackenzie Shanklin, photographer Angie Jameson, adviser Chagrin Falls High School Chagrin Falls, OH

2 0 17 P H O T O

Crisp Focus Lighting Range of Lights and Darks Symmetry Fill the Frame

C O N T E S T

5TH PLACE MAY THE ZEBRAS BE WITH YOU Daniel Luy, photographer Mary MacQueen, adviser Lincoln High School Lincoln, CA Color Use Lighting Range of Lights and Darks Symmetry

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S P O R T S : AT H L E T E S I N A C T I O N

1S T PL ACE ONE MORE HURDLE Eakin Howard, photographer Becca Mericle, adviser Asheville High School Asheville, NC Crisp Focus Height of Action Rule of Odds Symmetry Repetition

236


2 0 17 P H O T O C O N T E S T

2N D PL ACE UNDERWATER Racheal Sizemore, photographer Clint Smith, adviser Texas High School Texarkana, TX Color Use Isolated Subject Lighting Reflection

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S P O R T S : AT H L E T E S I N A C T I O N

3RD PLACE FIGHT TO THE FINISH Shumesa Mohsin, photographer Roger Woo, adviser Tokay High School Lodi, CA Emotion Height of Action Rule of Thirds Fill the Frame

238


4TH PLACE SO CLOSE Jessi Madden, photographer Lora Larabee, adviser Maryville High School Maryville, MO Height of Action Rule of Thirds Fill the Frame

2 0 17 P H O T O C O N T E S T

5TH PLACE NICE CATCH Laura Lane, photographer Katie Robertson, adviser Taylor High School Taylor, AR Height of Action Storytelling Framing

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SPORTS: SIDELINES & SCHOOL SPIRIT

1S T PL ACE DUEL RELIEF Hayden Webb, photographer Natalie Gerber, adviser Karl G. Maeser Preparatory Academy Lindon, UT Bird’s-Eye View Emotion Fill the Frame

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2 0 17 P H O T O C O N T E S T

2N D PL ACE SAY YES Deanna Payan, photographer Sarah Nichols, adviser Whitney High School Rocklin, CA Storytelling Repetition Fill the Frame

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SPORTS: SIDELINES & SCHOOL SPIRIT

3R D PL ACE UP IN SMOKE Erin Elizabeth Dempsey, photographer Sallyanne Harris, adviser Coppell High School Coppell, TX Emotion Height of Action Repetition Fill the Frame

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4TH PLACE DRUM MAJOR Alyssa Kift, photographer Clint Smith, adviser Texas High School Texarkana, TX

2 0 17 P H O T O

Implied Lines Lighting Range of Lights and Darks Rule of Thirds Worm’s-Eye View

C O N T E S T

5TH PLACE STATE CHAMPIONS Emily Culbreath, photographer Lisa Stine, adviser Bryant High School Bryant, AR Crisp Focus Emotion Height of Action Selective Focus Fill the Frame

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STUDENT LIFE & TRADITION

1S T PL ACE SHAVE THE HORNET Hannah Martin, photographer Lisa Stine, adviser Bryant High School Bryant, AR Height of Action Leading Lines Rule of Thirds Repetition

244


2 0 17 P H O T O C O N T E S T

2N D PL ACE GETTING ROUGH AT POWDER PUFF Anthony Davis, photographer Karen Didonato, adviser Winslow Township High School Atco, NJ Emotion Selective Focus Fill the Frame

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STUDENT LIFE & TRADITION

3RD PLACE PIANO MAN Claire Schaffer, photographer Deanne Brown, adviser Westlake High School Austin, TX Isolated Subject Leading Lines Lighting Range of Lights and Darks

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4TH PLACE DUCK TAPE BOAT RACE David Fulton, photographer Lisa Stine, adviser Bryant High School Bryant, AR

2 0 17 P H O T O

Emotion Height of Action Symmetry Fill the Frame

JUNK FOOD JAMBOREE Aaliyah Davis, photographer Tracey Thompson, adviser KIPP Blytheville Collegiate High School Blytheville, AR Crisp Focus Emotion Rule of Thirds Fill the Frame

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5TH PLACE


YEARBOOKERS IN ACTION

1S T PL ACE SALES PUSH Eric Miller, photographer Jennifer Holcomb, adviser Lovejoy High School Lucas, TX Bird’s-Eye View Crisp Focus Isolated Subject

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2 0 17 P H O T O C O N T E S T

2N D PL ACE YEARBOOK PYRAMID Lindsay Mitchell, photographer Nancy Thompson, adviser Coronado High School Henderson, NV Crisp Focus Emotion Repetition Fill the Frame

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YEARBOOKERS IN ACTION

3R D PL ACE EDITORS AT CHICK-FIL-A Hannah Martin, photographer Lisa Stine, adviser Bryant High School Bryant, AR Crisp Focus Implied Lines Reflection Symmetry Repetition Fill the Frame

250


4TH PLACE THE BIG GAME Lauren Smeltzer, photographer Natalie Gerber, adviser Karl G. Maeser Preparatory Academy Lindon, UT

2 0 17 P H O T O

Bird’s-Eye View Crisp Focus Isolated Subject Implied Lines

C O N T E S T

5TH PLACE ACTION BEHIND SCREENS Scarlett Frausto, photographer David Velasquez, adviser Golden West High School Visalia, CA Bird’s-Eye View Reflection Repetition Fill the Frame

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HONORABLE MENTION

SEE RIGHT THROUGH ME

CITY THAT NEVER SLEEPS

FUN WITH SCIENCE

CONCENTRATION

SEE RIGHT THROUGH ME

CITY THAT NEVER SLEEPS

FUN WITH SCIENCE

CONCENTRATION

Leanna Siupinys, photographer Kelly Klampe, adviser West Geauga High School Chesterland, OH

Clay Campbell, photographer Lisa Stine, adviser Bryant High School Bryant, AR

Ella Barnes, photographer Shauna Martin, adviser Salyards Middle School Cypress, TX

Kenneth Lucas, photographer Ashley Wiberg, adviser Mattoon High School Mattoon, IL

Color Use Uniqueness Repetition Framing

Depth Leading Lines Repetition Framing

Emotion Storytelling

Depth Implied Lines Symmetry Repetition

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2 0 17 P H O T O

FLIPPING TO THE FINALS

C O N T E S T

CROSS YOUR FINGERS

FLIPPING TO THE FINALS Leanna Siupinys, photographer Kelly Klampe, adviser West Geauga High School Chesterland, OH Height of Action Rule of Thirds Selective Focus

THE FINAL NOTES OF THE OVERTURE

THE FINAL NOTES OF THE OVERTURE Suzie Lane, photographer Natalie Gerber, adviser Karl G. Maeser Preparatory Academy Lindon, UT Color Use Isolated Subject Lighting

CROSS YOUR FINGERS Trevor Sherf, photographer Timothy Sherf, adviser Inter-City Baptist School Allen Park, MI Depth Storytelling Selective Focus

253


HONORABLE MENTION

WORK IN PROGRESS

FREESTYLING

USHERED IN

HIGHLIGHTING IN SUN

WORK IN PROGRESS

FREESTYLING

USHERED IN

HIGHLIGHTING IN SUN

Carolina Conway, photographer Caitlin Zirkle, adviser Watauga High School Boone, NC

Eakin Howard, photographer Becca Mericle, adviser Asheville High School Asheville, NC

Maya Jackson, photographer Lisa Stine, adviser Bryant High School Bryant, AR

Unique Wilkerson, photographer Andy Ferguson, adviser McDowell High School Marion, NC

Bird’s-Eye View Isolated Subject Symmetry Framing Fill the Frame

Color Use Crisp Focus Height of Action Fill the Frame

Crisp Focus Emotion Fill the Frame

Color Use Crisp Focus Implied Lines Rule of Thirds Selective Focus

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2 0 17 P H O T O

SOARING

C O N T E S T

SMILE

WHEN PIGS FLY

SOARING

SMILE

WHEN PIGS FLY

Micah Morrell, photographer Melody Bruffey, adviser Fourth Baptist Christian School Plymouth, MN

Mckenzie Hosier, photographer Sallyanne Harris, adviser Coppell High School Coppell, TX

Clay Campbell, photographer Lisa Stine, adviser Bryant High School Bryant, AR

Depth Height of Action Implied Lines

Color Use Crisp Focus Emotion Lighting Range of Lights and Darks

Color Use Crisp Focus Fill the Frame

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HONORABLE MENTION

ELEVATED THINKING

SEEING THROUGH THE PLAYER’S EYES

SWOONING

OUT OF THE TRAP

ELEVATED THINKING Christopher Chen, photographer Cheyne Blair, adviser Beckman High School Irvine, CA Depth Leading Lines Symmetry

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SEEING THROUGH THE PLAYER’S EYES Alyssa Kift, photographer Clint Smith, adviser Texas High School Texarkana, TX Height of Action Symmetry Framing Fill the Frame

SWOONING

OUT OF THE TRAP

Eden Smith, photographer Shauna Martin, adviser Salyards Middle School Cypress, TX

Kayleigh Moreland, photographer Clint Smith, adviser Texas High School Texarkana, TX

Color Use Rule of Odds Repetition

Color Use Crisp Focus Height of Action Lighting


2 0 17 P H O T O

ROLE SWITCH

C O N T E S T

FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS

SHOWING THE BOWING

ROLE SWITCH

SHOWING THE BOWING

FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS

Alina Peret, photographer Lisa Stine, adviser Bryant High School Bryant, AR

Sage Bowling, photographer Denise Freeman, adviser Moore Middle School Redlands, CA

Erin Elizabeth Dempsey, photographer Sallyanne Harris, adviser Coppell High School Coppell, TX

Rule of Thirds Storytelling Selective Focus

Depth Leading Lines Selective Focus Fill the Frame

Crisp Focus Rule of Odds Symmetry Repetition

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HONORABLE MENTION

TUG OF WAR

1902

LOVE CAN’T HIDE

SHINING STAR

TUG OF WAR

1902

LOVE CAN’T HIDE

SHINING STAR

David Fulton, photographer Lisa Stine, adviser Bryant High School Bryant, AR

Jessica St. Onge, photographer Michelle Cole, adviser Cherokee High School Marlton, NJ

Hallie Foy, photographer Sheena Zadai, adviser North Ridgeville High School North Ridgeville, OH

Alexa Heller, photographer Sarah Cole, adviser Orono High School Long Lake, MN

Height of Action Leading Lines Repetition

Rule of Odds Fill the Frame

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Range of Lights and Darks Rule of Thirds Repetition

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2 0 17 P H O T O

WORKING THE DAY AWAY

C O N T E S T

HOW LOW CAN YOU GO?

FLYING HIGH

WORKING THE DAY AWAY

FLYING HIGH

HOW LOW CAN YOU GO?

Madelyn Butterworth, photographer Nora Neff, adviser Mill Creek High School Hoschton, GA

Danielle Sullivan, photographer Brian Eaves, adviser Denison High School Denison, TX

Emily Huddleston, photographer Evan Elrod, adviser Jasper High School Jasper, IN

Emotion Rule of Thirds Fill the Frame

Color Use Emotion Height of Action Implied Lines

Crisp Focus Emotion Height of Action Leading Lines Repetition

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HONORABLE MENTION

HANDS HELD TIGHT

300MM

IT’S NOT GOOD

HISTORY IN THE MAKING

HANDS HELD TIGHT

300MM

IT’S NOT GOOD

HISTORY IN THE MAKING

Taylor White, photographer Colleen Sanders, adviser Centerville High School Centerville, OH

Eakin Howard, photographer Becca Mericle, adviser Asheville High School Asheville, NC

Morgan Bonner, photographer Clint Smith, adviser Texas High School Texarkana, TX

Francis Dinh, photographer Claudia Rumfola, adviser Catholic High School Baton Rouge, LA

Crisp Focus Emotion Storytelling Repetition Fill the Frame

Crisp Focus Depth Range of Lights and Darks Fill the Frame

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Emotion Fill the Frame Height of Action Storytelling

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2 0 17 P H O T O

SHARING SECRETS

C O N T E S T

BRIGHT GIRL, DARK WORLD

THE SALT BOWL

SHARING SECRETS

THE SALT BOWL

Brendan Barber, photographer Lori Long, adviser Stockton R-1 Middle School Stockton, MO

Maya Jackson, photographer Lisa Stine, adviser Bryant High School Bryant, AR

Color Use Selective Focus

Rule of Odds Repetition

BRIGHT GIRL, DARK WORLD Peyton Webster, photographer Dixie McGrath, adviser Hyde Park High School Austin, TX Crisp Focus Emotion Lighting

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JOSTENS 2017 CANADIAN PHOTO CONTEST

GR A N D PRIZE BALANCE Julienne Lee, photographer Catherine Rossi, adviser Cardinal Carter Academy for the Arts Toronto, ON Height of Action Isolated Subject Rule of Thirds Repetition

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OPEN

2 0 17 C A N A D I A N P H O T O C O N T E S T

1S T PL ACE IN A BLUR Eunice Wu, photographer Lorrane Chung, adviser Sir Winston Churchill High School Calgary, AB Color Use Lighting Range of Lights and Darks Silhouette Framing

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SPORTS

1S T PL ACE THROUGH THE TREES Stefan Licko, photographer Georgina Titus, adviser Whistler Secondary School Whistler, BC Depth Isolated Subject Rule of Thirds Selective Focus

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STUDENT LIFE

2 0 17 C A N A D I A N P H O T O C O N T E S T

1 ST P LAC E SPOTLIGHT Richard Wang, photographer Allison Carlow, adviser Pierre Elliott Trudeau High School Markham, ON Emotion Lighting Range of Lights and Darks Symmetry

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HONORABLE MENTION

CHAMPIONSHIP WINNING TOUCHDOWN

OVERCOMING THE BLOCK

THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER

OVERCOMING THE BLOCK William Lauzon, photographer Steve Fazackerley, adviser Southridge School Surrey, BC Crisp Focus Height of Action Fill the Frame

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CHAMPIONSHIP WINNING TOUCHDOWN

THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER

Taylor Haazer, photographer Mark Ainslie, adviser Nelson High School Burlington, ON

Berna Asimov, photographer Mark Ainslie, adviser Nelson High School Burlington, ON

Crisp Focus Height of Action Storytelling Framing

Emotion Isolated Subject Symmetry


2 0 17 C A N A D I A N

EVERYONE PRACTICES TO ACHIEVE

P H O T O C O N T E S T

GLIMPSE OF THE SPECTRUM

SPARKS

EVERYONE PRACTICES TO ACHIEVE

GLIMPSE OF THE SPECTRUM

Haley Hughes, photographer Marie Jahner, adviser Sir George Simpson Jr. High School Saint Albert, AB

Jeanette Alotinto, photographer Rhonda Schindler, adviser Virden Collegiate Institute Virden, MB

Rule of Thirds Selective Focus Fill the Frame

Bird’s-Eye View Color Use Emotion Lighting Uniqueness

SPARKS Nicole Pangbourne, photographer Karina Zanrosso, adviser West Vancouver Secondary School West Vancouver, BC Crisp Focus Height of Action Framing

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2 0 17 J O S T E N S / A D O B E DESIGN CONTEST

MORE THAN A SENIOR EMMA VAUGHTERS SPEAKS ON THE WOMEN’S MARCH, RELAYING HER THOUGHTS ON EQUALITY AND POLITICS

women’s march in KC?

people who feel the same way I do about equality and the current political situation.

Q: Why did you go? A: I’m very pro-equality, and I knew that

MOST IMPORTANT ISSUES DISCUSSED AT THE MARCH

marched in KC

22%

27%

“I supported the women’s march because it stands for more than women’s rights. It goes across all human rights. I was photographing it as well because I was trying to get a documentive perspective. It is history in the making and we’re living in it. The experience was eye-opening that people can be so involved in politics and civil rights.”

A: It sends the message that no matter how

Q: What was the most important message

I couldn’t miss such an important and that these women’s marches sent out? impactful event. As much as I would’ve loved to go to the one in D.C., I was just happy that A: Probably just that unity is really important and no matter what your political there was one in KC. I wanted to be around beliefs are, you’re still a woman. We need to

of East students

SUPPORTED THE MARCH MARCHING TOGETHER

Trump being president sends to women?

skilled, smart or how much experience you have, it doesn’t matter. It says that if a man is in the same position as you, then he will be better than you.

51%

BOTH MEN AND WOMEN SUPPORTED THE MARCH.

A: It was really empowering. I felt like a lot Q: What do you think the message Donald of people banded together to show support for each other. The atmosphere was very inviting and welcoming, and it felt really good to be there with that many people. I stayed for about three hours.

+

1. WOMEN’S RIGHTS East students 2. RACIAL EQUALITY marched 3. LGBTQ RIGHTS

DESIGN BY LAINIE DUCKWORTH

Q: What were your thoughts on the

WOMEN’S MARCH TOOLBOX pink hat

4marched MILLION globally 10,000 1 IN 5

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stand by our gender because there’s a lot of disparity in the world and despite people saying that we’re equal, we’re not equal in a lot of ways. That’s what’s most important to me, that everyone needs to stick together.

PHOTO BY KATIE KUHLMAN

ANNIE LOMSHEK, 12

“I support the women’s march because I believe everyone should have equal rights no matter what. I know women have equal rights on paper, but in society they should be shown that way. Women don’t deserve to be objectified and shown as weaker than men. In fact, there are women that are more successful than I will be in the future.”

STORY BY ADDIE VON DREHLE

CARSON JONES, 10

SEPTEMBER JANUARY 89 089

BOY’S GOLF 088 88 FEATURE

Thousands of thoughtful spreads were submitted to the 2017 Jostens Design Contests. After the judges deliberated, 32 spreads rose to the top. Four prizes (grand, first, second and third) were awarded in each contest. The Jostens/ Adobe Design Contest is open to all students using InDesign software to create their yearbooks. The Jostens YearTech Online Design Contest is open to yearbook staffs using Yearbook Avenue’s Page Designer to create their book.

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2017 JUDG E S

G RAN D P R I ZE

AMY MORGAN

LAINIE DUCKWORTH

Publications Adviser Shawnee Mission West High School [KS] JEA Special Recognition Adviser

Shawnee Mission East High School Prairie Village, KS Dow Tate, adviser

LINDA DRAKE Publications Adviser Chase County Jr./Sr. High School [KS] JEA Yearbook Adviser of the Year

MARY PATRICK Yearbook Adviser (retired) Maize South Middle School [KS] NSPA Journalism Hall of Fame

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1 ST P L A C E RYAN KROGH Santa Susana High School Simi Valley, CA Matthew Abbe, adviser Cut-Out Photo Dominant Element Folio Design Fonts Graphics

2 0 17 D E S I G N

2 ND P L A C E ATHENA AQUINO Grand Blanc High School Grand Blanc, MI Ava Butzu, adviser Fonts Graphics Headline Design Unique Idea

C O N T E S T S

3 RD P L A C E OMAR RANA St. Mark’s High School Dallas, TX Ray Westbrook, adviser Color Cut-Out Photo Quick Read Content or Topic Quick Read Design

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2 0 17 Y E A R T E C H O N L I N E DESIGN CONTEST

G RAN D P R I ZE AVNI KULKARNI Woodward Academy College Park, GA Rebekah Goode-Peoples, adviser Color Dominant Element Headline Design Photo Strip Quotes

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1 ST P L A C E KIANA TIBULE Southwest Career & Technical Academy Las Vegas, NV Matt LaPorte, adviser Headline Design Headline Phrasing Modules Quick Read Design Spacing of Elements

2 0 17 D E S I G N

2 ND P L A C E NATALIE PRICE Rogers High School Rogers, AR Leslie Price, adviser Alignment of Elements Modules Quick Read Content or Topic Scoreboard Design

C O N T E S T S

3 RD P L A C E SHILA SHERAFAT AND DAISY OCHOA Green Valley High School Henderson, NV Julie Goldstein, adviser Folio Design Fonts Quick Read Content or Topic Quick Read Design Spacing of Elements

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HONORABLE MENTION

SUSAN WANG

TARA BASTILE

Arrowhead Christian Academy Redlands, CA Crystal Kazmierski, adviser

American Heritage School –  Boca Delray Delray Beach, FL Hope Gheorge, adviser

Color Folio Design Fonts Headline Phrasing Unique Idea

Color Lines Modules Quick Read Design

TJ TIPPARAJU

HANNAH WARREN

Barrington High School Barrington, IL Jolene Heinemann, adviser

Cedar Ridge High School Hillsborough, NC Melinda Barnhardt, adviser

Color Dominant Element Lines

Alignment of Elements Folio Design Graphics Quick Read Content or Topic

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Fivay High School Hudson, FL Thomas Kovack, adviser

Grand Blanc High School Grand Blanc, MI Ava Butzu, adviser

Color Dominant Element Graphics Headline Design Quotes

Cut-Out Photo Fonts Quick Read Design Quotes Unique Idea

MADELINE WARNOCK

SHILA SHERAFAT AND DAISY OCHOA

C O N T E S T S

SAM LEWIS

2 0 17 D E S I G N

LINDSEY CHRISTIANSON

Grassfield High School Chesapeake, VA Rachel Goodman, adviser Dominant Element Fonts Headline Design Photo Strip

Green Valley High School Henderson, NV Julie Goldstein, adviser Alignment of Elements Color Headline Phrasing Photo Package Spacing of Elements

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HONORABLE MENTION

BAILEY EUBANKS

AIMEE KNIGHT

Highland Park Middle School Dallas, TX Aaron Cappotelli, adviser

Hilliard Middle-Senior High School Hilliard, FL Kristen Ray, adviser

Coverage Modules Photo Strip Spacing of Elements

Headline Phrasing Photo Package Quick Read Content or Topic Quick Read Design

GRACE YOUNG AND AUBREY DOWDLE

ETHAN ABBOTT

Round Rock High School Round Rock, TX Sharon Kubicek, adviser Cut-Out Photo Fonts Quick Read Content or Topic Quotes

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ONE NATION INDIVISIBLE

“I’m just a little worried about what’s next, you know? I always hear what other people say, and if I don’t disagree it’s more like, ‘I respect your opinion but I feel differently.’ I don’t have to internalize it.”

ELLA STOTTS, 10

DESIGN BY LAINIE DUCKWORTH & MICHAEL HAMILTON

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NATIONAL POPULAR VOTE

48.2 % 65,432,202

HOW EAST VOTED ON

CLINTON 56% ELECTORAL COLLEGE VOTES

34% TRUMP

232

302

79%

VS. THEIR PARTY’S CANDIDATE

SERVER SCANDAL

“Comey did the right thing reopening the investigation before the election, because if Hillary would’ve won and it came out after that Comey had more evidence, it would’ve tarnished his career. For Democrats to simply blame the emails for Hillary’s loss is absurd.”

TOP TWO ISSUES

TOP TWO ISSUES

1. Gender equality 2. Education

A-

“[He] sets a terrible example for young men on how to treat women. Yes, the video of Trump is ‘locker room talk,’ which lots of people do, but there is more to women than their legs and what she does. His derogatory terms towards women make me sick.”

“I find it appalling that one of his main defenses to the tape was to say ‘no one respects women more than me,’ as if his words can just cancel out his actions. It is pretty horrifying to me that a man can show consistent disregard for the feelings and struggles of 51% of Americans.”

SADIE OSBORN, 10

JESSIE PETERSON, 12

RESER HALL, 11

THIS ELECTION WAS...

DISAPPOINTING

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@RealDonaldTrump

TRUMP’S LEWD REMARKS PROVOKE STUDENTS.

CLINTON’S EMAIL SCANDAL DOMINATED HER CAMPAIGN.

EMMA STANFORD, 12

that discussed the election the most

1. AP Government 2. English 3. International Relations

Donald J. Trump

DELETED E-MAIL

“It’s illegal, and she should have gotten in trouble for it as Secretary of State. Her actions were very disrespectful, and the email scandal was worse than Trump not showing his tax returns.”

ELECTORAL COLLEGE VOTES

of students DISCUSSED THE ELECTION IN CLASS

TOP 3 CLASSES

NOT 22% would vote for

STORY BY HOLLY FRIGON

IMAN JAROUDI, 11

46.3 % NATIONAL 62,793,872 POPULAR VOTE

HOW EAST VOTED ON

THIS ELECTION WAS...

CLINTON’S GRADE

DONALD TRUMP (R)

HECTIC

1. Economy 2. Immigration

CLINTON’S GRADE BEN WALBURN, 9

B

056 ELECTION

JUNIOR GROWS COMFORTABLE AS ONE OF THE YOUNGEST INTERNS FOR KEVIN YODER

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alking into the Kevin Yoder campaign office, junior Jack Furla looks around at the other men and women, all over 20 years old, reporting for their job. Standing amongst the crowd of bustling adults dressed in suits and pencil skirts, his eyes scanned the room to spot a group of teenagers from East. He quickly walked over feeling anxious. Intimidation sank in. At first, being a 16 year old field staffer in a Republican state for a Republican candidate wasn’t a hard job for Furla, but as the election drew nearer, Yoder’s previously predicted 80:20 lead in their favor decreased. The field staffers, including Furla and the other teenagers working at the office, were forced to expand their outgoing calls and increase the number of houses they reached before the election ended. Balancing school and the election was a troublesome task for Furla, but his grades never swayed despite the surplus workload at the campaign office. By the time the election was over, Yoder won with a lead of 51-40. Seeing all of the work that went into Yoder’s campaign changed Furla’s views about the candidates. “Having respect for [the candidates] is one thing,” Furla said. “But working side by side with Yoder and seeing him on a daily basis and working toward a common goal is completely different.” Furla moved past the intimidation from day one, past the challenges of managing election work and school. Being a small part of a large whole gave Furla a very real-life experience that he couldn’t get elsewhere. An experience that he would take with him to further his own future career.

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hones were ringing left and right. Canvassers knocked on people’s brown wooden doors in hopes that the owner would not slam it on their faces. Campaign posters were seen in millions of grassy yards across the nation. All of this was leading up to the 2016 election, and for senior Brena Levy, that meant taking a fellowship with the Hillary Clinton Campaign. “I’m from the Democratic candidates office, do you have a moment to talk to me about the upcoming election?” Levy sat at a long table shared with eight other people. The Johnson County library was filled with Clinton Campaign fellows. She called people to recruit them for her next swing state canvas trip to Iowa. She went door to door asking people protocol questions, hoping they would volunteer at their local phone bank and proposed that they should vote for Clinton. Growing up in a politically split family, Levy always knew that she was a part of the Democratic Party. She didn’t decide to be a part of the campaign because of her mom or sister, she chose because of her individual beliefs as a U.S. citizen. She knew she was bound to be a Democrat. Levy heard about the internship from a friend who had taken the same internship last election season. She contacted the campaign office and was accepted into the program. “Even though [Clinton] didn’t win, doing [the internship] showed me that there was a change, and that doesn’t mean we didn’t make any impact,” Levy said. Levy plans on pursuing a career behind the scenes of politics, hoping to become a lawyer and be involved with other future campaigns. Taking the fellowship was a huge step in Levy’s political career and could be a large contributor to her future. Making an impact on her country was always a dream of Levy’s, and the first step to get there was through her community. The first step to become a bigger part of an even larger whole.

HILLARY CLINTON (D)

HOWEVER

SENIOR EXPERIENCES THE ELECTION FROM HER OWN EYES WORKING FOR HILLARY’S CAMPAIGN

STORY BY HOLLY FRIGON

THIS ELECTION WAS...

UNIQUE

TOP TWO ISSUES 1. Immigration 2. Taxes

TRUMP’S GRADE

C+ CHASE TETRICK, 12

BOLD

TOP TWO ISSUES 1. Economy 2. Foreign policy

TRUMP’S GRADE

ANATALIE HARDY, 11

NOVEMBER 057

HALEY MAISCH

Shawnee Mission East High School Prairie Village, KS Dow Tate, adviser

Shawnee Mission East High School Prairie Village, KS Dow Tate, adviser

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Sims Middle School Pace, FL Stacy Grice, adviser

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St. Mark’s High School Dallas, TX Ray Westbrook, adviser

St. Mark’s High School Dallas, TX Ray Westbrook, adviser

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Trinity High School Euless, TX Christine Davis, adviser

Whitney High School Rocklin, CA Sarah Nichols, adviser

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Woodcreek High School Roseville, CA Kate Weidkamp, adviser

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Woodward Academy College Park, GA Rebekah Goode-Peoples, adviser

Woodward Academy College Park, GA Rebekah Goode-Peoples, adviser

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NUMBERS TELL THE STORY ( 19 O F 2 3 A W A R D S )

AWARD OF RECOGNITION Cornellian 2017 Cornell University [NY] Etruscan 2016 Glenbrook South High School [IL] Echo 2017 Grand Blanc High School [MI] Harvard 381 2017 Harvard University [MA]

N O O N E P RINTS A BE TTE R Y E ARB O O K

Lone Star 2016 James Bowie High School [TX]

TH A N JOSTE NS — AND W E H AVE

Saga 2016 Loudoun Valley High School [VA]

AWA RD S FROM P RINTING INDUST RI E S

Marksmen 2016 St. Mark’s School of Texas [TX]

O F A ME RICA [P IA] TO P ROV E I T.

Touchstone 2016 Stony Point High School [TX]

TH E PIA P RE MIER P RINT AWARDS I S TH E WORLD’S MOST P REST I G I O US

Howitzer 2016 United States Military Academy [NY] The Miller 2017 Yukon High School [OK]

PR IN TING COMP E TITION AN D REC OGNIZ E S OUTSTANDING A C H IEVE ME NT IN P RINT P RO DUCT I O N.

CERTIFICATE OF MERIT Sub Turri 2017 Boston College [MA] Hornet 2016 Bryant High School [AR]

IN A L L , J OSTENS CLAIME D 19 O F

Regalis 2016 John P. Stevens High School [NJ]

TH E 23 AWARDS IN THE SCHO O L

Prowler 2016 Justin Wakeland High School [TX]

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Vindagua 2016 Lee University [TN] The Red Cedar Log 2016 Michigan State University [MI] La Vie 2016 The Pennsylvania State University [PA] El Paisano 2016 Westlake High School [TX] Lucky Bag 2016 United States Naval Academy [MD]

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Bryant High School [AR] HORNET Lisa Stine, adviser CSPA Silver Crown NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

Coronado Middle School [CA] THE SURFER Amy Steward, adviser CSPA Silver Crown

Dos Pueblos High School [CA] THE IMAGE John Dent, adviser CSPA Silver Crown

Fenton High School [MI] FENTONIAN Pamela Bunka, adviser NSPA Pacemaker

Glenbrook South High School [IL] ETRUSCAN Brenda Field, adviser CSPA Silver Crown NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

Grand Blanc High School [MI] ECHO Ava Butzu, adviser CSPA Silver Crown


Three national press associations named the top 2016 yearbooks in their journalism competitions. The Columbia Scholastic Press Association [CSPA] Gold Crown, the National Scholastic Press Association [NSPA] Pacemaker and the Associated Collegiate Press [ACP] are considered top national journalism awards for student media. The winners were officially announced at the spring CSPA and NSPA conventions and at the fall ACP convention.

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James Bowie High School [TX] LONE STAR Deanna Dellana, adviser CSPA Gold Crown NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

Kealing Middle School [TX] THE VESPA Kristen Scott, adviser CSPA Silver Crown NSPA Pacemaker

Kirkwood High School [MO] PIONEER Mitch Eden, adviser NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

Loudoun Valley High School [VA] SAGA Martha Akers, adviser NSPA Pacemaker

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Heritage High School [TX] THE TRIBUTE Rebecca Pollard, adviser NSPA Pacemaker

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Green Valley High School [NV] LEGACY Julie Goldstein, adviser NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

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Maize South Middle School [KS] STAMPEDE Mary Patrick, adviser NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

Michigan State University [MI] RED CEDAR LOG Natalie Kozma, adviser ACP Pacemaker

Palos Verdes High School [CA] TRITON Susan Pavelka, adviser CSPA Silver Crown

Round Rock High School [TX] DRAGON Sharon Kubicek, adviser NSPA Pacemaker

St. Mark’s School of Texas [TX] MARKSMEN Ray Westbrook, adviser CSPA Silver Crown NSPA Pacemaker

Seven Lakes Junior High School [TX] SPECIFICS Katie Frazier, adviser CSPA Silver Crown


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Ursuline Academy [OH] PAW PRINTS Ann Brinkmann, adviser NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

Ward Melville High School [NY] INVICTUS Cortney Weisman, adviser CSPA Silver Crown NSPA Pacemaker

Westlake High School [TX] EL PAISANO Cindy Todd, adviser CSPA Gold Crown NSPA Pacemaker

Whitney High School [CA] DETAILS Sarah Nichols, adviser NSPA Pacemaker

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Trinity High School [TX] TRIUNE Christine Davis, adviser NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

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Southwest Career & Technical Academy [NV] THE HOWL Matt LaPorte, adviser NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

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Schools that continually strive to create great yearbooks for their students deserve to be recognized. Outstanding yearbook programs don’t just happen, they are planted, nurtured and grown. The National Yearbook Program of Excellence Award was created to recognize those who excel in the creation and distribution of their yearbook and meet the following criteria: A MEANINGFUL BOOK FOR ALL STUDENTS At least fifty percent of the student body is pictured in the book three times or more. A BOOK IN EVERY STUDENT’S HANDS Seventy percent of the student body purchases a yearbook or a five percent increase in buy rate percentage from one year to another. EFFECTIVE PROJECT MANAGEMENT Meet all scheduled page deadlines as well as submit cover and endsheets on time.

N AT I O N A L YEARBOOK PROGRAM OF EXCELLENCE

ALABAMA Briarwood Christian Jr. High School Cullman Christian School John T. Morgan Academy Montgomery Academy Mountain Brook High School Northside Middle School Patrician Academy Providence Christian School

ALASKA Grace Christian School

ALBERTA

WE’RE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE TH E R EC IP IENTS OF THE 2 0 17 N ATIO N A L Y EARBOOK P ROG RA M OF EXCE LLE NCE AWARD.

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Colonel Irvine School Dr. Gladys McKelvie Egbert School Foundations for the Future Charter Academy

ARIZONA 91st Psalm Christian School Florence High School Horizon Community Learning Center

ARKANSAS Acorn High School Arkansas School of Mathematics, Science and the Arts Catholic High School Central Arkansas Christian School Columbia Christian School Conway High School County Line High School Dover High School Episcopal Collegiate School Fouke High School Greenbrier High School Harmony Grove High School (Benton) Harmony Grove High School (Camden) Harmony Grove Junior High School Hazen High School Hector High School Lonoke High School Mammoth Spring High School Mount St. Mary Academy Mount Vernon-Enola High School Ouachita High School Parkers Chapel High School

Timbo High School Valley View Elementary School Viola High School

BRITISH COLUMBIA Archbishop Carney Secondary School Fraser Academy Glenbrook Middle School Kelowna Christian School Mount Douglas Secondary School Pitt River Middle School Rosedale Traditional Community School Sands Secondary School

CALIFORNIA Academy of the Redwoods Almaden Country Day School Archbishop Mitty High School Bell Intermediate School Brethren Christian High School Cantwell Sacred Heart High School Carmenita Middle School Chilton Middle School Day Creek Intermediate School Earl Warren Middle School El Dorado High School Fairmont Private Schools –  Anaheim Hills Francis Parker Middle School Fresno Christian Middle School Garces Memorial High School Hawthorne Math and Science Academy Healdsburg High School Lassen High School Marin Academy Mercy High School Mission College Preparatory Catholic High School Notre Dame Academy Elementary School Notre Dame Academy High School Pacific Point Christian Schools Palos Verdes High School Piedmont Middle School Pine Hills Adventist Academy Ponderosa High School


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COLORADO Blevins Middle School Broomfield Senior High School Colorado Springs Christian Middle School Erie High School Erie Middle School Fossil Ridge High School Fruita Monument High School

Gunnison High School Highland High School Holy Family High School Jefferson Academy High School Jefferson Academy Junior High School Kinard Middle School Lesher Middle School Liberty Common High School Lyons High School Mandalay Middle School Peak to Peak Charter High School Peak to Peak Charter Middle School Silver Creek High School Wellington Middle School Windsor Charter Academy

CONNETICUT Rocky Hill High School

DELAWARE Sussex Academy

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

GEORGIA Aquinas High School Atlanta Girls School Community Christian School Fannin County High School Harrison High School Holy Innocents Episcopal School Johnson Ferry Christian Academy Lassiter High School Lovett School Lyndon Academy Mill Springs Academy Pace Academy Peoples Baptist Academy Providence Christian Academy Riverside Military Academy St. Andrews School Stevens Creek Elementary School Trinity Christian School Wesleyan School Westfield School The Westminster Schools Young Americans Christian School

Soda Springs High School Taylorview Middle School

ILLINOIS Barrington High School Benet Academy Byron High School Christian Life School Columbia High School Coulterville High School Cowden-Herrick High School Elmwood High School Highland Park High School John Hersey High School Lake County Baptist School McKenzie Elementary School Meredosia-Chambersburg High School North Boone High School Pearl City High School Pecatonica High School Riverside Brookfield High School Southwest Chicago Christian Schools Tri-Valley High School

St. Johns College High School

FLORIDA American Heritage Upper School – Boca Delray American Heritage Upper School – Plantation Covenant Christian School Fivay High School Gulf Coast Middle School Hernando Christian Academy Johnson Middle School Niceville High School St. John Neumann Catholic High School

HAWAII

INDIANA

Assets School Kamehameha High School – Maui Le Jardin Academy Sacred Hearts Academy High School

Hamilton Community High School Rivet High School Southwood High School

IDAHO

Ankeny High School Baxter Community School Cardinal High School Clear Creek Amana High School Collins-Maxwell High School

American Falls High School Bishop Kelly High School Butte County High School Rockland School Rocky Mountain Middle School

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Ramona Convent Secondary School Ranchos Middle School Raymond J. Fisher Middle School Rincon Valley Middle School Rio Lindo Adventist Academy Rio Norte Junior High School Sacred Heart Cathedral Prep Sacred Heart Prep School Saint Joseph High School St. Vincent De Paul High School San Benancio Middle School Servite High School Shadow Mountain Baptist School Shoreline Christian School Stone Ridge Christian High School Technology High School Travis Ranch Elementary School Travis Ranch Middle School Twin Hills Middle School Union Mine High School University High School (Fresno) University High School (San Francisco) Upland Christian Academy Valley Christian High School Valley Christian Middle School Villanova Preparatory High School Yorba Linda High School

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Rogers High School Rogers, MN


IOWA cont. Denison High School Indianola High School Lisbon High School Montezuma High School Nodaway Valley High School North Linn High School OA-BCIG High School Saint Mary’s High School Southwest Valley High School Wayne Community High School

KANSAS Andover Middle School Burrton High School Derby North Middle School Flinthills High School Frederic Remington High School Glasco High School Great Bend High School Great Bend Middle School Haysville Middle School The Independent School Kiowa County High School Meade High School Sabetha High School Saint John High School Seaman Middle School Sedan High School Sedgwick High School Stafford High School Wabaunsee High School

KENTUCKY University Heights Academy

LOUISANA Ridgewood Prep High School Saint Thomas Aquinas School

MANITOBA Collège Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau

MARYLAND Academy of Holy Cross Allegany High School Barbara Ingram School for the Arts Century High School Connelly School of the Holy Child Highland View Academy Institute of Notre Dame Loyola Blakefield High School Manchester Valley High School Patterson Mill High School

MICHIGAN Ashley High School Beach Middle School Bishop Foley High School Brethren High School East Grand Rapids High School Father Gabriel Richard High School (Ann Arbor) Fellowship Baptist Academy Fowler High School Gabriel Richard Catholic High School (Riverview) Ladywood High School Lake Fenton High School Lumen Christi Catholic School Madison High School

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Manistee Catholic Central School Marine City High School Marshall High School Notre Dame Preparatory Okemos High School Powers Catholic High School Seaholm High School

MINNESOTA Albany Area High School Albany Area Middle School Bemidji High School Centennial High School Concordia Academy Convent of the Visitation School Delano High School Duluth East High School Edina High School Floodwood High School Fourth Baptist Christian School Hermantown High School Hutchinson High School Lincoln High School Long Prairie Grey Eagle Secondary School McGregor High School Mesabi East High School Mounds Park Academy Rogers High School St. Paul Preparatory School Sartell High School South View Middle School Staples-Motley High School

MISSOURI Advance High School Concordia High School Craig High School Frontier Stem High School Glasgow High School Knob Noster High School Lockwood High School Lutheran High School of Kansas City Maryville High School Maryville Middle School Missouri Academy New Madrid Central High School Notre Dame High School Oak Grove High School Saint Vincent High School Savannah Senior High School South Harrison High School R-II Twin Rivers High School R-X Wellington Napoleon High School Zalma High School

NEW YORK

OREGON

Fairport High School Saint Dominic High School Saint Mary’s School for the Deaf

Banks Middle School Santiam Christian School

NORTH CAROLINA Asheville School The Burlington School Christ School Christ The King Catholic High School Covenant Classical School Crossroads Christian School Cuthbertson High School Davidson Day School Davie County Early College High School Faith Christian School Fletcher Academy Freedom High School Gaston Early College High School Grace Christian School Hawk Ridge Elementary School Hayworth Christian School Macon Early College High School McDowell Early College North Carolina Leadership Academy North Raleigh Christian Academy Northside Christian Academy Research Triangle High School Richlands High School Rocky Mount Academy Rosman High School Rugby Middle School Vandalia Christian School Victory Christian School Wake Christian Academy

NORTH DAKOTA Fairmount High School Litchville-Marion High School

OHIO Copley High School Elmwood High School Fort Jennings High School Notre Dame Academy Ottawa Hills Junior High School River High School Villa Angela-St. Joseph High School

OKLAHOMA

Paul VI High School

Amber-Pocasset High School Berryhill High School Bixby High School Bowlegs High School Byng High School Central Ninth Grade Center Elmore City-Pernell High School Fort Gibson High School Graham School Marlow High School Newcastle Middle School Okarche High School Rejoice Christian High School Rejoice Christian Middle School Ringwood High School Wright Christian Academy

NEW MEXICO

ONTARIO

NEVADA College of Southern Nevada High School Faith Lutheran High School

NEW HAMPSHIRE Bishop Brady High School Brewster Academy

NEW JERSEY

Hope Christian Elementary School Hope Christian School Menaul School

Saint Robert Catholic High School

PENNSYLVANIA Austin Area Schools Brockway Area Junior/Senior High School Bucktail High School Calvary Christian Academy Eden Christian Academy Eisenhower High School Loyalsock Township Middle School Mifflin County High School Northern Potter High School Oswayo Valley High School Port Allegany Junior/Senior High School Somerset Area Senior High School South Williamsport High School

SASKATCHEWAN Esterhazy High School Oxbow Prairie Horizons School Yorkton Regional High School

SOUTH CAROLINA Bishop England High School Blacksburg High School Calhoun Academy Christ Church Episcopal School Hidden Treasure Christian School Landrum High School Laurens Academy Mayo High School for Math, Science and Technology Northside Christian School Orangeburg Prep School Patrick Henry Academy Powdersville High School Powdersville Middle School Southside Christian School Southwood Academy of the Arts Upstate Homeschool Co-Op

SOUTH DAKOTA Frederick High School Grant-Deuel High School Great Plains Lutheran High School Highmore High School Hitchcock-Tulare High School Ipswich High School Lyman High School Milbank High School Northwestern High School Redfield High School Roncalli High School Sioux Valley High School

TENNESSEE Ezell Harding Christian School Franklin Christian Academy Merrol Hyde Magnet School Signal Mountain High School Trousdale County High School

TEXAS Bells High School Boys Ranch High School Clark Middle School Clear Lake Christian School Cobb Middle School


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Lyons High School Lyons, CO

UTAH Duchesne High School Gunnison Valley High School Itineris Early College High School Lakeridge Junior High School Lincoln Academy Olympus High School Paradigm High School Parowan High School Pine View Middle School Rocky Mountain Junior High School Saint Joseph Catholic High School

VERMONT Danville School

VIRGINIA Atlantic Shores Christian School Immanuel Christian School Longfellow Middle School Mary Ellen Henderson Middle School Midlothian Middle School Nansemond-Suffolk Academy New Bridge Academy Roanoke Valley Christian School Suffolk Christian Academy Swanson Middle School Tuckahoe Middle School

WASHINGTON Bear Creek Upper School Bellevue Christian High School Bush Middle School Cascade Christian High School Coupeville High School Eastlake High School Ellensburg High School Evergreen Lutheran High School Goodman Middle School Hockinson High School Hockinson Middle School International Community School Kalles Junior High School Kirkland Seventh-Day Adventist School

Lake Washington High School New Horizon School Shoreline Christian School Tri-Cities Prep Catholic High School Tumwater Middle School Washougal High School West Sound Academy

WISCONSIN Alma High School Amherst High School Arrowhead Union High School Bay Port High School Benton High School Chilton High School Cochrane-Fountain City High School Columbus High School Cuba City High School Darlington High School Edgerton High School Fennimore High School Heritage Christian School Holmen High School JR Gerritts Middle School Kewaunee High School Lake Mills High School Lancaster High School Mayville High School Milton High School Mount Horeb High School Newman Catholic High School North Crawford High School

E X C E L L E N C E

Colleyville Heritage High School Cypress Christian School Episcopal High School Fairhill School Farwell High School Hunt Middle School Legacy Christian Academy Marine Military Academy Michael L. Griffin Elementary School Pantego Christian Academy St. John XXIII High School Saint John’s School Spearman High School Sunray High School Texas Christian School Trent Middle School The Village School Warren Middle School Whitewright High School

Northwestern High School Oconomowoc High School Omro High School Onalaska High School P.J. Jacobs Junior High School Plymouth High School Prairie Farm High School Rio High School River Valley High School Roncalli High School Rosholt High School Saint Mary Catholic High School Sevastopol High School Sheboygan City Christian High School Sheboygan Lutheran High School Shullsburg High School Siren High School Sun Prairie High School Turner Middle School Union Grove High School Unity High School Verona Area High School Waterford Union High School Waterloo High School Wauzeka-Steuben School Westby High School Westfield Area High School Wrightstown High School

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HONORABLE MENTION K U DOS TO THE SE SCHOOLS FOR CRE AT I NG A Y E ARBO O K TH AT C A PTU RES STORIE S AND CE LE B RAT E S M O M E NT S TH AT MATTER. RE COG NITION IS IN O RDE R.

ALABAMA Benjamin Russell High School Houston Academy Providence Christian School Randolph County High School Sir Winston Churchill High School ALBERTA Sir John A. Macdonald School ARIZONA Bogle Junior High School Boulder Creek High School Centennial High School Chaparral High School Cocopah Middle School Franklin Junior High School Hillcrest Middle School Horizon Honors Secondary School Liberty High School Mountain Ridge High School Northwest Christian Middle School Paradise Valley High School Peoria High School Sunrise Mountain High School Walden Grove High School ARKANSAS Beebe High School Bentonville West High School Bryant Freshman Academy Camden Fairview High School Centerpoint High School Conway High School Conway Junior High School Dover High School Episcopal Collegiate School Greenwood High School James W. Ahlf Junior High School John L. McClellan High School Lonoke Public Schools Mountain Home High School Career Academies Paris High School Waldron High School BRITISH COLUMBIA Aldergrove Community Secondary School Earl Marriott Secondary School Ecole Glenbrook Middle School Hugh McRoberts Secondary School Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary School Sands Secondary School Semiahmoo Secondary School Walnut Grove Secondary School York House School CALIFORNIA Aliso Niguel High School Aliso Viejo Middle School Analy High School Aptos High School Bishop Montgomery High School Brea Olinda High School Burlingame High School Capistrano Valley Christian High School Capistrano Valley High School Central Valley High School Chaffey High School Clovis East High School

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Wheatland Union High School Yreka High School COLORADO Broomfield High School Charis Bible College Coal Ridge Middle School Dayspring Christian Academy East High School Jefferson Academy Secondary School Lyons High School Pueblo County High School Sagewood Middle School Thompson Valley High School Wheat Ridge High School Windsor High School CONNECTICUT Guilford High School Manchester High School The Morgan School Westhill High School DELAWARE Cab Calloway School of the Arts Caesar Rodney High School Charter School of Wilmington Middletown High School Salesianum School Smyrna High School William Penn High School DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA St. John’s College High School

FLORIDA American Heritage School Boca Delray Archbishop Edward A. McCarthy High School Astronaut High School Chipley High School Clearwater Central Catholic High School Covenant Christian School DeLaura Middle School Dr. Phillips High School Edgewood Jr./Sr. High School Fort Myers High School Ida S. Baker High School King’s Academy Lower School L. B. Johnson Middle School Merritt Island High School New Smyrna Beach High School North Fort Myers High School North Naples Middle School Northview High School Oasis High School Palmetto Ridge High School Sacred Heart Catholic School Sanibel School Surfside Middle School Thomas L. Sims Middle School Trinity Preparatory School Viera High School

HAWAII Kamehameha Schools-Kapalama High School Le Jardin Academy President Theodore Roosevelt High School Waiakea High School IDAHO Capital High School Compass Academy Taylorview Middle School ILLINOIS Adlai E. Stevenson High School Belleville High School East Central High School Christian Life Schools Edwardsville High School Elk Grove High School Glenbrook North High School Hoffman Estates High School Huntley High School John Hersey High School Mahomet-Seymour High School Maine South High School Naperville Central High School Naperville North High School South Elgin High School Stillman Valley High School Villa Grove High School William Fremd High School INDIANA Adams Central High School Angola High School

Bishop Luers High School Blackford High School Centerville High School Clark-Pleasant Middle School Clarksville High School Concordia Lutheran High School East Noble High School Evansville Day School Forest Park High School Gibson Southern High School Jeffersonville High School Lakeland High School Lebanon High School Leo Jr./Sr. High School Noblesville High School North High School Norwell High School Salem High School IOWA Abraham Lincoln High School Clinton High School Iowa School for the Deaf Thomas Jefferson High School KANSAS Augusta High School Derby Middle School Halstead High School Independent School Maize South Middle School Trinity Academy Wichita North High School Wichita Northwest High School KENTUCKY Calloway County Middle School Fort Campbell High School Larry A. Ryle High School South Warren High School Todd County Central High School University Heights Academy

M E N T I O N

EUROPE International School of Stavanger (Norway) Kyiv International School (Ukraine) SHAPE American High School (Belgium)

GEORGIA Carl Harrison High School Community Christian School Coosa High School Creekland Middle School Dalton Middle School Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy Elkins Pointe Middle School Fannin County High School Gainesville High School Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School Jefferson High School King’s Ridge Christian School Landmark Christian School Luella High School Madison County High School Mount Zion High School North Forsyth Middle School Ola High School Ola Middle School Osborne Middle School Pace Academy Perimeter Christian School Providence Christian Academy River Ridge High School Savannah Arts Academy Savannah Christian Preparatory –  Upper School Strong Rock Christian School Veterans High School Wesleyan School Westminster Schools White County High School Whitefield Academy Woodland High School

H O N O R A B L E

Cosumnes Oaks High School Cypress High School Daniel J. Savage Middle School Day Creek Intermediate School Don Juan Avila Middle School East Nicolaus High School Eastlake Middle School Edison High School Edward Harris, Jr. Middle School El Capitan High School Firebaugh High School Forest Lake Christian School Fowler High School Francis Parker Upper School Fred Newhart Middle School Fresno Christian High School Gustine High School Highland High School Independence High School John C. Kimball High School JSerra Catholic High School Katella High School Kern Valley High School La Quinta High School Ladera Ranch Middle School Las Flores Middle School Lassen High School Los Altos High School Los Osos High School Marco Forster Middle School Maria Carrillo High School Marysville Charter Academy for the Arts McFarland High School Menlo-Atherton High School Mission Viejo High School Oak Park High School Oakmont High School Orange Lutheran High School Palm Desert Charter Middle School Parkway Middle School Petaluma High School Piedmont Middle School Ranchos San Joaquin Middle School Rim of the World High School Rincon Valley Middle School Rock Academy Rolling Hills Middle School Roseville High School Sacramento Adventist Academy St. Margaret’s Episcopal Middle School St. Margaret’s Episcopal Upper School San Benancio Middle School San Diego High School San Pasqual High School Santa Margarita Catholic High School Santa Rosa Academy University City High School University High School University Preparatory School Valley Christian HS (Cerritos) Valley Christian HS (San Jose) Valley View Middle School Villanova Preparatory School Vista Del Lago High School Vista High School West High School West Valley High School Western High School

LOUISIANA Louise S. McGehee School Metairie Park Country Day School Southwood High School MAINE Cape Elizabeth High School MARYLAND Arundel High School C. Milton Wright High School Catoctin High School Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School Col. Zadok Magruder High School Easton High School Gilman School Hereford High School Kent Island High School Lansdowne High School Loch Raven High School Manchester Valley High School Middletown High School New Town High School North Harford High School Northwestern High School Oakdale High School Patapsco High School and Center for the Arts Perry Hall High School

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MARYLAND (cont.) Poolsville High School Rockville High School Severna Park High School Walkersville High School Westminster High School MASSACHUSETTS Amesbury High School Boston University Everett High School Greater New Bedford Regional Vocational Technical High School Hudson High School Plymouth South Middle School St. John’s Prep Willow Hill School MICHIGAN Cass City High School Clarkston High School East Grand Rapids High School Frankfort High School Grosse Pointe South High School Howell High School International Academy of Flint Kenowa Hills High School Lansing Christian School Marshall High School Mona Shores High School Morenci High School Sandusky Senior High School Seaholm High School Shelby High School MINNESOTA Albany Area High School Albany Area Middle School Andover High School Centennial High School Cromwell-Wright Public School Eagan High School Maranatha Christian Academy Mesabi East High School Monticello High School Mounds Park Academy Robbinsdale Armstrong High School St. Paul Preparatory School Solon Springs High School South View Middle School Wadena-Deer Creek High School Wrenshall High School MISSOURI Glendale High School Mehlville High School Mexico Middle School Monett Middle School Moreland Ridge Middle School Whitfield School NEVADA Cadwallader Middle School Centennial High School Harney Middle School K.O. Knudson Middle School  – Academy of Creative Arts and Technology Molasky Junior High School Rancho High School Shadow Ridge High School Sierra Vista High School

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Silverado College Preparatory & Career Technical High School West Career and Technical Academy NEW HAMPSHIRE Bishop Brady High School Bishop Guertin High School Franklin High School Londonderry High School Manchester Memorial High School Nashua High School South St. Paul’s School NEW JERSEY Arthur P. Schalick High School Boonton High School Carl W. Goetz Middle School Cherokee High School Cherry Hill High School Cumberland Regional High School Eastern Christian High School Eastern Regional High School Glen Ridge High School Hamilton High School West Hammarskjold Middle School Hammonton High School Hawthorne Christian Academy Holy Cross Academy Indian Hills High School Jackson Liberty High School John F. Kennedy Memorial High School Kingsway Regional Middle School Lakeland Regional High School Lenape High School Livingston High School Maple Shade High School Moorestown High School Morristown-Beard School Neptune High School Northern Burlington County Regional Middle School Old Bridge High School Park Ridge High School Paul VI High School Pequannock Township High School Ramapo High School Red Bank Regional High School Ridge High School Rosa L. Parks School of Fine & Performing Arts Roselle Park High School Roxbury High School Saint Joseph High School Sayreville War Memorial High School Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School Trenton Central High School Washington Township High School Watchung Hills Regional High School West Essex Regional High School Windham High School Winslow Township High School Woodbridge High School NEW MEXICO Bernalillo High School NEW YORK Bay Shore Middle School Berkeley Carroll School Bronx High School of Science Cazenovia High School

Charles W. Baker High School Commack High School East Syracuse Minoa Central High School Fairport High School Gouverneur High School Hampton Bays High School Hilton Central High School Jamesville-DeWitt High School Marymount School of New York Morris Central School Niskayuna High School Norwood-Norfolk Central High School Paul V. Moore High School Pine Bush High School Sewanhaka High School Shaker High School Shelter Island School Skaneateles High School Victor High School W. T. Clarke High School Westhill High School Whitesboro Middle School NORTH CAROLINA Apex Friendship High School Apex High School Ashe County High School Asheville Christian Academy Bailey Middle School Bandys High School Brawley Middle School Broughton High School Bunker Hill High School Burns High School C.C. Griffin Middle School Caldwell Academy Cane Creek Middle School Cannon School Carolina International School Carrboro High School Central Davidson High School Christ The King Catholic High School Clyde A. Erwin High School Collaborative College for Technology and Leadership Community School of Davidson Corvian Community Middle School Covenant Classical School Cox Mill High School Crest High School Cuthbertson High School Cuthbertson Middle School Dalton L. McMichael High School Davie County Early College High School Davis Drive Middle School East Chapel Hill High School East Davidson High School East Duplin High School East Henderson High School East Lincoln High School East Lincoln Middle School Enka High School Forest Hills High School Forestview High School Fred T. Foard High School Freedom High School Fuquay-Varina High School Gaston Christian School Gaston Early College High School

Hayesville High school Heritage High School Hickory High School Hickory Ridge Middle School High Point Central High School Holly Springs High School J. N. Fries Magnet School Jacobs Fork Middle School Jay M. Robinson High School Knightdale High School Lake Norman Charter High School Lake Norman Charter Middle School Lakeshore Middle School Lee Christian School Lee County High School Leesville Road High School Lincoln Charter School Livingstone College Maiden High School Marvin Ridge High School Marvin Ridge Middle School Meadowlark Middle School Mill Creek Middle School Mills Park Middle School Mooresville Middle School Morehead High School Mount Mourne School Mount Pleasant Middle School Murphy High School North Buncombe High School North Gaston High School North Lincoln High School North Raleigh Christian Academy Northern Guilford High School Northern Nash High School Orange High School Pisgah High School Porter Ridge High School Providence Grove High School Research Triangle High School Robbinsville High School Robert L. Patton High School Rocky Mount Academy Rosman Middle/High School Salem Middle School Sanderson High School Sheets Memorial Christian School South Granville High School South Point High School South Rowan High School South Stanly High School Southeast Guilford High School Southern Lee High School Statesville Christian School Statesville High School Surry Early College – High School of Design Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy Tuscola High School Wake Christian Academy Wakefield High School Weddington High School West Iredell High School West Iredell Middle School West Lincoln High School OHIO Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School Milford High School Olmsted Falls High School


Padua Franciscan High School Perry High School Walnut Hills High School West Geauga High School Western Reserve Academy OKLAHOMA Afton Public Schools Central Ninth Grade Center Classen School of Advanced Studies Fort Gibson High School Heritage Hall School Norman North High School Preston Public School Sallisaw High School Southmoore High School Victory Christian School Western Heights High School

OREGON Faith Christian School Henley Middle School South Medford High School

RHODE ISLAND Lincoln High School North Smithfield High School SOUTH CAROLINA A.C. Flora High School Bamberg-Ehrhardt High School Blacksburg High School Bluffton High School Branchville High School Brashier Middle College Charter High School Cane Bay High School Christ Church Episcopal School Dutch Fork High School Fort Mill High School Fox Creek High School Gaffney High School Goose Creek High School

TENNESSEE Greenbrier High School Signal Mountain Middle/High School TEXAS Alvord High School Amarillo High School Bishop Lynch High School Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts Boys Ranch High School Braswell High School Brentwood Christian School Brook Hill School Brown Middle School Byron Nelson High School Callisburg High School Caprock High School Carroll Middle School Carroll Senior High School Centennial High School Central High School Chapel Hill High School Colony High School Crandall High School Crandall Middle School Dr. Jack Cockrill Middle School Dr. James “Red” Duke Elementary Energy Institute High School Ereckson Middle School Faith West Academy Finley Junior High School Forney High School Frisco High School Giddings High School Harlingen High School Harlingen High School South Heritage Christian Academy Secondary School Hunt Middle School IDEA Quest Academy and College Preparatory Imagine International Academy of North Texas Independence High School J. W. Nixon High School J. W. Williams Middle School Jackson Middle School James Williams Elementary

UTAH Alta High School American Fork Junior High School Bingham High School Brighton High School Cedar High School Itineris Early College High School Judge Memorial Catholic High School Lakeridge Junior High School Manti High School Orem High School Paradigm High School Riverton High School South Sevier High School VERMONT Burlington High School Essex High School VIRGINIA Briar Woods High School Brookland Middle School Chickahominy Midde School

Floyd E. Kellam High School Forest Middle School Franklin County High School Fredericksburg Academy George Mason High School Greenbrier Christian Academy Hampton Roads Academy Herndon Middle School Hickory High School John Marshall High School Louisa County High School The Madeira School Midlothian Middle School Oscar Smith High School Prince Edward County High School Princess Anne High School Pulaski County High School St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes School Short Pump Middle School Smithfield High School Tabb High School Tuckahoe Middle School Western Branch High School Yorktown High School WASHINGTON Ballou Jr. High School Battle Ground High School Burlington-Edison High School Cashmere High School Cheney High School College Place High School Gig Harbor High School Harrington School Holy Names Academy Issaquah High School Lake Washington High School Rogers High School Steilacoom High School

M E N T I O N

PENNSYLVANIA Bellefonte Area High School Berwick Area High School Brashear High School Columbia-Montour Area VocationalTechnical School Danville Area High School Danville Area Middle School Grier School Midd-West High School Moshannon Valley Jr./Sr. High School North Penn-Mansfield High School Northern Potter Middle and High School Parkland High School Pennridge High School St. John Neumann Regional Academy High School South Williamsport High School State College Area High School Unionville High School Waynesboro Area Senior High School

SOUTH DAKOTA O’Gorman High School

Judson High School Kingwood Park High School La Porte High School Lake Dallas High School Lakeview Centennial High School Little Elm High School Longview High School Lubbock High School Lutheran South Academy Mabank High School MacArthur High School Massey Ranch Elementary McKinney Christian Academy Midlothian High School North Garland High School O. Henry Middle School Ore City High School Pharr-San Juan-Alamo Early College High School Plano West Senior High School Porter High School Prosper High School Queen City High School R. L. Paschal High School Rice Middle School Rick Reedy High School Roach Middle School Robinson Middle School Rockwall High School Rowlett High School Royse City High School St. Dominic Savio Catholic High School Saint Mary’s Hall Sandra Day O’Connor High School Smithson Valley Middle School Splendora High School Spring Early College Academy Spring High School Sue Wilson Stafford Middle School Trent Middle School V. R. Eaton High School Vandeventer Middle School Vanguard College Preparatory School Walnut Grove Middle School Westbrook Intermediate School Willow Springs Middle School YES Prep – Southwest

H O N O R A B L E

ONTARIO Newmarket High School Pierre Elliot Trudeau High School St. Robert Catholic High School Westmount Collegiate Institute

Heathwood Hall Episcopal School Hillcrest High School Indian Land High School James Island Charter High School Lowcountry Leadership Charter School May River High School Northside Christian School Oakbrook Middle School Porter-Gaud School St. Joseph’s Catholic School Southside Christian School Southside High School Timberland High School Travelers Rest High School Walhalla High School West Ashley High School West Florence High School Wofford College

WEST VIRGINIA Central High School WISCONSIN Assumption High School Big Foot High School Brookfield Academy Brown Deer High School Darlington High School East Troy High School Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School Greendale High School Hayward High School Hillsboro High School J. A. Craig High School Lake Country Lutheran High School Lincoln High School Lincoln Jr./Sr. High School Mayville High School Milwaukee Lutheran High School Muskego High School Northwestern High School St. Francis High School Shullsburg High School West Salem High School William Horlick High School Wisconsin Lutheran High School WYOMING Central High School

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In my youth I never would have imagined an amazing career spanning 43 years and including yearbook experiences as a student, a teacher, an adviser and a creative mentor to hundreds of thousands. As a senior in high school, when my dad counseled me to find my calling and not just settle for a job, I didn’t understand. Now, as a senior citizen, I get it. To all of the educators who nurtured me, all of the students who found a greater purpose because of ideas I have shared, and to Jostens which gave me “my calling” and lifelong support for 27 years, I offer my heartfelt appreciation. To my family, I owe overwhelming and unconditional gratitude.

johnny J O HN CUT SI NG E R

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“He is my brother. A member

and creativity, John has

of our family we choose. And

been the QUINTESSENTIAL

simply “Uncle Johnny” to our

EDUCATOR AND ROLE

daughter, Carson. From the day

MODEL. Like many, I fell

we met at Ball State in 1986 he

under the mesmerizing spell

has been the most generous

of Johnny Yearbook in 1980

friend I’ve ever known. Not just

in Arkansas and we became

generous with his BOTTOMLESS

forever friends. Most of all, he

YEARBOOK KNOWLEDGE, but

made being a yearbook nerd

with his love.”

really cool.”

– Casey Nichols

J O U R N A L I S M

“With his never-ending spark

– Margaret Sorrows

“As a teacher, Cutsinger didn’t have what mere mortals call a classroom. When I was hired as his colleague at Westlake High School in 1987, he had The Flamingo

L E A D E R

Lounge. EVERYONE WANTED TO BE ON YEARBOOK STAFF BECAUSE HE WAS SO COOL. At 7 a.m. Johnny was already at school, blasting Diana Ross or Whitney Houston, dancing and singing (in tune) as if he were the one on stage.”

“Motivation is a challenge to

“No matter what we do after one

instill in kids and sometimes

of the many sessions we’ve taught

even journalism teachers at a

together, JOHN ALWAYS MAKES

workshop. No problem, Cutsinger

A POINT TO MAKE SOMEONE’S

has the knack. He pleads,

DAY BETTER. He gives money

screams, moans, clutches his

to the girl at the drive through

head and laughs. Soon HE HAS

and says, “Have lunch on me.”

YOU LAUGHING WITH HIM.

He compliments the cashier at

Whether you are twelve, which

Walgreens and makes her smile.

my students are, or over 20,

Thank you, Johnny, for taking me

which I am, he has ideas to

on the most memorable times

offer for the coming year.”

of my life!”

– Joanne Graham

– Marci PIeper

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R E T I R E S

– Deanne Brown


PA S S I O N A N D C O M PA S S I O N

C O N G R AT U L AT I O N S , B R E N D A F I E L D, 2 017 J E A N AT I O N A L Y E A R B O O K ADVISER OF THE YEAR Brenda Field, MJE, has been advising yearbooks for more than 20 years. Her staff at Glenbrook South High School creates a nearly 500-page yearbook that has been recognized by state and national press associations and has regularly earned NSPA Pacemakers and CSPA Crowns. A JEA Distinguished Yearbook Adviser, she serves on the board of directors for the Illinois Journalism Education Association and is also the JEA state director. She was closely involved in the New Voices campaign that restored First Amendment rights to high school journalists in her state. She lives and breathes yearbook and loves every aspect of working with students and advisers, both at home and at workshops.

“Brenda does an amazing job of

“A masterful teacher, Brenda

“As an instructor at Jostens

preparing her students to meet

Field’s yearbook staffers not only

Adviser University (JAU),

the real world expectations they

learn professional journalism

Brenda shares her mastery of

will face on any path they choose

skills, but also dedication to

design and writing with other

in life. Brenda’s commitment

the collaborative planning and

yearbook advisers. Her calm and

to excellence inspires people

production experience. Brenda’s

compassionate, yet passionate,

around her to achieve more

passion extends far beyond the

nature inspires others to strive

than they thought possible

Glenbrook South High School

for more, to reach for the stars

and I cannot think of anything

walls as she is both a state and

with their students.”

more powerful than that.”

national journalism advocate.”

– Craig Rosenberger Yearbook Representative

– John Cutsinger Creative Accounts Manager

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– Sara Sausker Senior Manager, Customer Experience


L O O K

A to Z JOSTENS RECOGNIZES THE STUDENTS, ADVISERS,

B O O K

A D MINISTRATORS AND RE P RE SE NTAT I VE S RE SP O NSI B LE FO R TH E E X CEP TIONAL Y E ARB O O KS SHO WCASE D I N T HE J O ST E NS LO OK BOOK. THIS INDEX LI ST S E VE RY SCHO O L FE AT URE D,

I N D E X

IN A DDITION TO THE CON T E ST WI NNE RS, ADVI SE RS AND JO S T ENS REP RE SENTATI VE S M E NT I O NE D I N T HE CAP T I O NS.

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Aa

Bb

A. C. Reynolds High School [NC]........81

Baird, Brett.............83. 88. 99. 192, 194

Abbe, Matthew.................................269

Baker, Chris......................................117

Abbott, Ethan...................................274

Baker, McKenzie...............................275

Adelsperger, Tyler.............................141

Bald Knob High School [AR].............124

Adwers, Shari...........................157, 302

Ballweber, Sydney..............................89

Agee, Kari.................................121, 146

Baranowski, Jason.....48, 119, 176, 200

Aimone, Logan.................................132 Ainslie, Mark ....................................266

Barbara Goleman Senior High School [FL]...............................140

Akers, Martha.............................48, 281

Barber, Brendan...............................261

Alano, Carrie.....................................186

Bondurant, Monica ............................96

Caruso, Lisa.....................................149

Bonilla, Jill...........................92, 155, 168

Cary High School [NC]......................141

Bonner, Megan.................................112

Casperson, Sandra...........................148

Bonner, Morgan................................260

Castle View High School [CO].............10

Boocks, Joe.............104, 113, 127, 149

Caston, Phillip .................................103

Bordman, Jud..................................168

Catholic High School [AR].................154

Boston College [MA].........................278

Catholic High School [LA].................260

Boucher, Ron...................................160

Cavanaugh, Sally..............................194

Bowdler, Ashley................................136

Cedar Ridge High School [NC]..12, 214, 272

Bowling, Sage..................................257 Boyd, Donald ....................................81

Center Grove High School [IN]..........184

Bradley, Katie ....................................84

Centerville High School [OH]...............81

Brady, Peggy....................................120

Centerville High School [OH].............260

Bardwell, Cameron...........120, 138, 183

Brault, Maria.............................170, 196

CFA Academy High School [NC].......184

Albert Einstein High School [MD]......118

Barker, Amy......................................222

Braun, Bonnie..................................212

Chadwell, Briael................................204

Aldama, Joey ....................................99

Barnes, Ella......................................252

Brinkmann, Ann..........................88, 283

Chagrin Falls High School [OH].........235

Alexander, Brett................................194

Barnhardt, Dana...............................198

Broken Arrow High School [OK]............8

Champlin Park High School [MN]......154

All Saints Episcopal School [TX]..........81

Barnhardt, Melinda ............12, 214, 272

Brown, Deanne.........................246, 293

Chapman High School [SC]..............167

Allen, Judy... 28, 62, 106, 118, 119, 135, 147, 158, 189

Barringer, David................................204

Brown, Sarah.....................................89

Barrington High School [IL].........99, 272

Bruffey, Melody.................................255

Chase County Jr./Sr. High School [KS]....................167

Allen, Michelle...... 28, 62, 106, 118, 119, 135, 147, 158, 189

Barron G. Collier High School [FL]....153

Alotinto, Jeanette .............................267 Alpharetta High School [GA].......91, 302

Basic Academy of International Studies [NV]..................................................106

Bryant High School [AR].......... 117, 213, 215, 218, 231, 243, 244, 247, 250,252, 254, 255, 257, 258, 261, 278, 280

Alvin High School [TX].......................140

Bastile, Tara......................................272

American Heritage School Boca Delray [FL]...............................272

Baum, Camryn.................................132

American Heritage School Plantation [FL]...................................106

Bedford North Lawrence High School [IN]...................................................183

American School of Madrid..............115

Beeler, Cindy....................................198

American School of Paris..................182

Beithon, Brock..................................184

Anderson-Lee, Rachel............. 127, 140, 186, 200

Bell, Andrew.................82, 86, 163, 182

Anderson, Tara.................................190 Annie Wright Schools [WA]...............185 Aquino, Athena.................................269 Arcadia High School [AZ]..................182 Archbishop Carney Regional Secondary School [BC].....................................140

Barthelme, Susan.............................200

Beckman High School [CA]......153, 256

Belland, Dave...........................106, 190 Benilde-St. Margaret’s School [MN]..183 Benson High School [MN].................134 Benton High School [AR]....................99 Bentonville High School [AR].............117 Berea High School [SC]....................134

Archbishop Coleman F. Carroll High School [FL].......................................182

Bergum, Carrie.................................190

Archbishop Edward A. McCarthy High School [FL].......................................212

Bernal, Kandis..........................102, 148

Archbishop Mitty High School [CA]...182

Berry-Moore, Amber ........................124

Argyle High School [TX]....................166

Berschback, Bob..............156, 157, 176

Ariton School [AL].............................182

Berschback, Mike.............156, 157, 176

Armstrong, Betsy..............................146

Beverly Hills High School [CA]...........166

Arnold O. Beckman High School [CA]......................153, 256

Bilinski, Robin...................................137

Arrowhead Christian Academy [CA]..272 Asheville High School [NC]............... 210, 215,230,236,254,260 Ashland High School [OR]................124 Asimov, Berna .................................266 Atascocita High School [TX]..............182 Atkins, Hayley...................................186 Atkinson, Ranae...............................142 Auburn High School [AL]..................124 Avery, Andrea...................................184 Avery, Andrea...................................122

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Berkel, Darla.....................................171 Bernards High School [NJ]...............185

Bird, Amanda...................................154 Bird, Mitchell.....................................131 Bishop Gorman High School [NV].....189 Bishop Verot Catholic High School [FL]...............................189 Black River Falls High School [WI].....106 Black, Courtney................................121 Blackman, Bonnie ...103, 109, 113, 144 Blackwell, Hannah............................276

Chase, Ched........... 125, 140, 142, 146, 153, 171, 172, 182, 189 Chauvin, Michelle.............................202

Bryant, Christina...............................108

Chen, Christopher............................256

Buckner, Paula.................................192

Cheng, Dave....................................150

Buffalo Island Central School District [AR]..................................................166

Cherokee High School [NJ]...............258

Buford High School [GA].....................91

Chitarro, Jennifer..............................194

Bumgarner, John............. 103, 127, 175, 190, 204

Christianson, Lindsey.......................273

Bunch, Mary.......................................18

Circle High School [KS].....................107

Bunka, Pamela...........................22, 280

Clark, Jennifer....................................42

Burkhart, Tracy.................................184

Clark, Stephanie.......................174, 188

Burlington School [NC].......................86

Clarksville Academy [TN]..................184

Butterworth, Madelyn.......................259

Claudio, Doris...................................158

Butzu, Ava..........26, 219, 269, 273, 280

Clayton High School [MO]...................14

Cc

Cheyenne East High School.............184

Chung, Lorrane ...............................263

Clemson University [SC]...................193 Cole, Abby.......................................148

Byron High School [IL]......................184

Cole, Michelle...................................258

Byron P. Steele High School [TX]......153

Cole, Sarah..............................101, 258 Coleman, Patt ...................................64

C. E. Jordan High School [NC].........125

Collins, Loren .....................................82

C.E. Byrd High School [LA]...............117

Columbia Grammar School [NY].......125

Cabot High School [AR]......................91

Columbus High School [GA]...............92

Cain, Timothy...................................121

Community School of Naples [FL].....125

Cajka, Savannah................................84

Conlon, Luci...............................87, 166

Calhoun High School [TX].................154

Conlon, Mike..............................87, 166

Campbell, Clay.........................252, 255

Conway, Carolina..............................254

Campion, Alexis................................157

Coon, Brandon.................................169

Cannon, Mike ..................................102

Cooper, Toni.....................................227

Cantwell Sacred Heart of Mary High School [CA]................................99

Coppell High School [TX]....................16

Canyon High School [TX]..................167 Canyon, Kyle....................................276 Caplett, Deanna...............................160 Cappotelli, Aaron......169, 190, 223, 274

Coppell High School [TX]..242, 255, 257 Cordell, James.................................306 Corl, Emmie......................................184 Cornell University [NY]..............184, 278 Coro, Michelle..................................168

Blair, Cheyne............................153, 256

Cardinal Carter Academy for the Arts [ON]................262

Bland-Gunn, Lyndsey...42, 91, 100, 171

Carlow, Allison .................................265

Coronado High School [NV]..............118

Blue Ridge High School [SC]............182

Carpenter, Mica..........86, 100, 122, 153

Coronado High School [NV]..............249

Bogen, Kory.....................................186

Carroll High School [IN] ....................141

Coronado High School [TX]................18

Boiling Springs High School [SC]......182

Carrollton High School......................134

Coronado Middle School [CA]....92, 280

Coronado High School [CA]..............155


Glastonbury High School [CT]...........188

Faulkner, Chrissy..............................120

Gleason, Mark..................................136

Creekview High School [GA].............191

Duluth East High School [MN]...........186

Faulkner, Julie...................................148

Creekview High School [TX]..............141

Dumont, Jim...............................14, 147

Fayetteville High School [AR]............135

Glenbrook South High School [IL]...... 24, 278, 280

Creswell, Chris ................................107

Dunwoody High School [GA]..............82

Fazackerley, Steve ...........................266

Gocken, Lauren................................142

Cretin-Derham Hall [MN]...................184

Durda, Bryan..............76, 149, 151, 173

Featherston, Todd............................128

Golden West High School [CA].........156

Crew, Brit.........................................141

Durham Academy [NC].....................186

Feehan, Calvin ...................................54

Golden West High School [CA].........251

Crouse, Vicki....................................163

Feil, Travis............ 85, 95, 107, 110, 122, 135, 177, 192

Goldstein, Julie...........28, 271, 273, 281

Cruz, Veronica..................................202

Durham, Natasha.91, 99, 117, 124, 147, 154, 162, 172, 175, 194

Culbreath, Emily.......................231, 243

Dysart High School [AZ]....................188

Felis, Matt...........97, 134, 191, 194, 195

Golub, Brad......... 40, 44, 58, 68, 87, 94, 95, 104, 126, 142, 161

Fenn, April........................................306

Goode-Peoples, Rebekah.164, 270, 277 Goodman, Rachel....................127, 273

Fenton, Allison..................................143

Goodrich High School [MI]........156, 188

Ferguson, Andy................................254

Goodwin, Bonnie ...............................83

Cypress Lake High School [FL].........142

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Fenton High School [MI].......22, 89, 280

Ferranto, Nancy................................205

Gosnell Public Schools [AR]..............136

Cyr, Elizabeth .....................................66

Eagle Peak Middle School [CA].........188

Fessler, Brian .....................................88

Gowen, Gretchen.............................154

Eagle Point High School [OR]...........188

Field, Brenda......................24, 280, 294

Graham, Joanne...............................293

Eaglecrest High School [CO].............155

Fitzgerald, Sarah ..............................102

East Bakersfield High School [CA]....108

Fitzpatrick, Shannon.........................128

Grand Blanc High School [MI].....................26, 219, 269, 273, 280

East Ridge High School [MN]............108

Fivay High School [FL]......................273

East Rutherford High School [NC].....188

Fleischer, Jen....................................196

D. W. Daniel High School [SC]..........118

East View High School [TX]...............142

Fleischman, Jeff................................113

D’Iberville High School [MS]..............107

Eaton High School [CO]....................100

Flint, Monica.....................................197

Dacula High School [GA]..................184

Eaves, Brian.....................................259

Flowers, Rita...............................91, 306

Green Valley High School [NV]........28, 271, 273, 281

Dallas Christian School [TX]................82

Ebbert, Jamie...................................171

Flowery Branch High School [GA].....188

Green, Killian....................................276

Dana Hills High School [CA]..............168

Eden Prairie High School [MN]..........155

Fluharty, Claire..................................204

Grice, Stacy..............................173, 275

Davidson College [NC]......................186

Eden, Mitch................................46, 281

Foinquinos, Valentina........................223

Griffin, Peter......................10, 155, 196

Davidson Day School [NC]................186

Edgewood High School [MD]............108

Forest Lake Christian School [CA].....226

Grohs, Erek......................................188

Davis, Aaliyah...................................247

Edina High School [MN]....................142

Fort Dorchester High School [SC].....127

Davis, Anthony.................................245

Edmonson, Margaret........................122

Forte, Adrienne.................................200

Grosse Pointe North High School [MI]...............................157

Davis, Christine...................70, 276, 283

Edwards, Jane.................................111

Fountain Hills High School [AZ].........109

Grubbs, Jeremy........................186, 196

DeBenedetto, Cydney......................110

Egg Harbor Township High School [NJ]...............................143

Fountian-Fort Carson High School [CO]..............................229

Gruen, Sandra..................................104

Eisenhower High School [MI]............156

Fourth Baptist Christian School [MN].255

Gura, Adam......................................184

Elliott, Kristin.....................................135

Foy, Hallie.........................................258

Elmeer, Stacey..................................189

Framel, David...................................126

Elmore, Joe................................86, 198

Franklin County High School [TN].....191

Elrod, Amy........................................118

Franklin, Beth ....................................94

Elrod, Evan...............................228, 259

Fraser Academy [BC]........................127

Enard, Cora......................................182

Frausto, Scarlett...............................251

Haazer, Taylor ..................................266

Engler, Kelly......................................190

Frazier, Katie.....199, 221, 223, 282, 306

Hackett, Christiana...........................132

English, Jena....................................146

Frederick High School [CO]..............169

Hackett, Heather..............................201

Episcopal High School [TX]...............126

Freeman, Denise..............................257

Haefner, Kim.......................................18

Escondido High School [CA].............168

Freiler, Bridget..................................113

Hajji, Amanda...................................110

Esko High School [MN].....................188

Frey, Rebecka ....................................92

Haley, Kathy ......................................97

Espana-Tait, Amanda.......................146

Fulp, Matt.........................................182

Hall, Carrie........................................194

Esposito, Jill.....................................163

Fulton, David............................247, 258

Hall, Jordan ...............................96, 103

Cunningham, Billy...............54, 156, 160 Curtright, Leah ..................................91 Cutsinger, John........................292, 294 Cutter, Veronica................................200

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Debes, Anne ......................................95 Decatur High School [TX]..................186 Deerfield-Windsor School [GA].........126 Del Valle High School [TX].................126 Dellana, Deanna.........................40, 281 DeMeester, Kristi..............................122 Dempsey, Erin Elizabeth...........242, 257 Denison High School [TX].................259 Dent, John..........................20, 217, 280 Denton High School [TX].....................92 Derby North Middle School [KS].......135 Desert Ridge High School [AZ]...........93 Desert Vista High School [AZ]...........168 DeVinny, Elizabeth............................188 Didonato, Karen...............................245 Dimmitt High School [TX]..................233 Dinh, Francis....................................260 Dobkin, Melissa................................145 Does Pueblos High School [CA]........280 Dolena, Kerri.....................115, 182, 192 Donsky, Jennifer...............................125 Dorman High School [SC]...................82 Dos Pueblos High School [CA]...........20 Dos Pueblos High School [CA].........217

Eubanks, Bailey................................274 Evans Middle School [TX]...................83

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Grassfield High School [VA]..............127 Grassfield High School [VA]..............273 Grebel, Coni ......................................95 Green Hope High School [NC]..........128

Guerin, Ellen.....................................142

Hh Hamilton High School [AZ]................201 Hamilton, Randy Joe.114, 117, 135, 138 Hammer, Karen .................................99 Hampton, Brook...............................161 Handsworth Secondary School [BC].186

Ganschow, Dan................................101

Hanley, Sam ......................................97

Gardner, Austin.................................151

Hansen, Laurie.................................131

Fabatz, Michael..................................89

Gasbarrino, Toni ..............................106

Hansen, Ryan.....................................36

Faith Christian School [AL] .................93

George Walton Comprehensive High School [GA]................................93

Harborside Academy [WI].................169

Dotterer, Cheryl.........................156, 188

Faith Luthern Middle School & High School [NV]......................................135

Dowdle, Aubrey................................274

Fallon, Jeff........................................136

Ghastin, Jennifer ................................52

Downers Grove South High School [IL]................................107

Harold E. Winkler Middle School [NC]...........................190

Faris, Cassie.....................................111

Gheorge, Hope.................................272

Harrington, Amanda.........................174

Farry, Maureen ...................................72

Gibby, Scott.....................................145

Harrington, Stacy..............................136

Farzalo, Jon......................................190

Gilliland, Rachel........................143, 150

Harrington, Stacy..............................166

Drake, Linda.............................167, 268 Duckworth, Lainie.....................268, 275

Gerber, Natalie..........234, 240, 251, 253

Harlem High School [IL]....................190

297

I N D E X

Father Ryan High School [TN]...........109

Dulaney High School [MD]................186

B O O K

Dudash, Susie..................................190

Cox, Dustin........................81, 150, 200

L O O K

Cotter-Wilson, Virginia........36, 150, 174


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Huddleston, Emily.....................228, 259

Jontig, Jillian.....................................192

Hudson High School [IA]...........143, 193

Justin Wakeland High School [TX].......................170, 278

Harris Road Middle School [NC].......190

Humphlett, Cindy..............................191

Harris, Sallyanne.........16, 242, 255, 257

Hunkele, Heather..............................185

Harvard Yearbook Publications [MA]..........................................190, 278

Hunt, Helena....26, 34, 66, 85, 156, 188 Huntington Beach High School [CA].192

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Hastings High School [MN]...............136

Hunziker, Jessica................................10

Kaczor, Rob......................................143

Hawkins, Brooke..............................186

Kahler, CarolLynn .............................129

Hawkins, Stacy ..................................96

Huron Heights Secondary School [ON]... 143

Hayden, Laura..................................135

Husband, Jan...................................171

Kahuku High & Intermediate School [HI]....................192

Hayes, Dolores ................................103

Hyde Park High School [TX]..............261

Kaiserslautern Middle School............192

Heckenlaible, Cindy..........................103

Hynes, Emmy...................................229

Kane, Kate.......................................130

Hughes, Haley..................................267 Hull, Leslie........................................131

Kapadia, Nima..................................170

Heinemann, Jolene.....................99, 272

Henderson, Elyssa............................233

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Kapaun Mt. Carmel Catholic High School [KS]......................110, 192

Hendley, Kimberley...........................182

Heller, Alexa......................................258 Helmick, Elizabeth............................130

Ll Laguna Beach High School [CA].......192 Lake Nona Middle School [FL]..........194 Lake Norman High School [NC]........194 Lakeland High School [FL]................194 Lakeview Academy [GA]...................194 Lamanna, Denise..............................128 Lampasas High School [TX]................94 Landrum High School [SC].................84 Lane, Laura......................................239 Lane, Suzie.......................................253 Lang, Sarah......................................192 Lange, Dawne..................................174

Karl G. Maeser Preparatory Academy [UT]...........234, 240, 251, 253

Lange, Keri.......................................184

Karnes, Kyle.....................................184

Ibanez, Daniel...................................114

Lapeer High School [MI]...................137

Kavlock, Jared..................................118

Idaho Falls High School [ID]................36

LaPorte, Matthew...............62, 271, 283

Hendren, June..................................194

Kazmierski, Crystal...........................272

Ierardi, Brian.............................125, 185

Larabee, Lora...................................239

Henrick, Paige..................................221

Kealing Middle School [TX].........44, 281

Illingworth, Lin..................................190

Larkin High School [IL]......................145

Henry Ford II High School [MI]..........157

Kean-Walsh, Rosemary....................158

Immaculate High School [CT]...........144

LaRoche, Corey........................121, 190

Henry Gunn High School [CA]...........136

Keberly, Russ ....................................34

Inter-City Baptist School [MI].............253

Las Vegas Academy of the Arts [NV].119

Herbst, Gaby....................................166

Keeling, Elizabeth.............................154

Intihar, Alex...............................102, 196

Lassiter High School [GA].................194

Herbst, Kaylee..................................214

Kehl, Jessica ...................................108

Iolani School [HI]...............................192

Lauzon, William................................266

Heritage High School [TX]...........30, 281

Keirsey, Dustin......................................8

Iowa City West High School [IA]..........38

Layer, Errin.......................................183

Hernandez, Rosa..............................204

Kennedy, Wade .................................56

Irvine High School [CA].......................83

Le, Debbie .......................................108

Herrera, Sara....................................161 Hester, Katrina....................................86

Isenhour, Chris..................................150

Kennesaw Mountain High School [GA]..............................192

Leading Edge Academy - Gilbert Early College [AZ]........................................84

Kenny, Jeannette..............................171

Lee County High School [GA].............95

Keyser-Fanick, Christine ..................100

Lee Middle School [GA]....................194

Kidder, Rachel..................................129

Lee University [TN]............................278

Kift, Alyssa........................................243

Lee, Debbie......................................306

Kift, Alyssa........................................256

Lee, Julienne ...................................262

Helms, Tarah....................................190

Heyman, Brian..................................147

Laning, Miles....................................222

Highland Park Middle School [TX].... 169, 190, 223, 274

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Hill, Emily..........................................166

J. L. Mann High School [SC].............144

Kilday, Rebecca........................148, 191

Lee, Stephanie.................................162

Hill, Jim...............................87, 167, 198

Jacklitch, Michelle..............................88

Kilgore, Janey...........................124, 188

Leeson, Martha .................................82

Hilliard Middle-Senior High School [FL]... 274

Jackson Memorial High School [NJ].144

Kim, Sylvia........................................119

Legacy High School [NV]..................158

Jackson, Maya.........................254, 261

Kincannon, Erica..............................156

LeGue, Jessica.................................198

Jackson, Randy................................226

King’s Academy Upper School [FL]...151

Leland High School [CA]...................110

Jahner, Marie....................................267

KIPP Blytheville Collegiate High School [AR]..............................247

Lelliott, Amanda .................................83

Higgins, Kristin.................................159 Highland Park High School [TX]..........32

Hilton Head Island High School [SC].190 Hinde, Casey....................................173 Hitson, Joshua.................................164 Hitzing, Haleigh................................194 Hodge, Melissa.........108, 161, 170, 202

James Bowie High School [TX].................40, 278, 281

Kirkwood High School [MO]........46, 281 Kitch, Emma.....................................131

Holcomb, Jennifer....................158, 248

James Hubert Blake High School [MD].............................119

Holeyfield, Shannon..........................162

Jameson, Angie................................235

Holland, Wende .................................96

Jankiewicz, Meredith........................100

Klopp, Alison........... 174, 177, 184, 186, 190, 194, 198, 203, 204

Hollis Brookline High School [NH].....190

Jasper High School [IN]............228, 259

Knight, Aimee...................................274

Hollis, Jay.................104, 113, 127, 149

Jefferson Academy High School [CO].94

Koch, Taliena .....................................93

Holmen High School [WI]..................190

Jeffrey Trail Middle School [CA]...........83

Kocur, Jeff........................................157

Holmes Middle School [MI].................34

Jenkins, Carey ...................................93

Kohler, Samantha.............................144

Holton-Arms School [MD].................119

Jenks High School [OK]....................128

Korb, Jason......................................225

Holy Spirit High School [NJ]..............128

Jerrell, Susan....................................138

Korrow, Kristina................................186

Honorable Mention...........................288

John P. Stevens High School [NJ].......................109, 278

Koshiol, Chris...................................306

John Paul Stevens High School [TX].100

Kozma, Natalie.................................282

Johns Creek High School [GA]...........42

Kraft, Maureen..................................137

Johnson Ferry Christian Academy [GA]....................192

Kreiner, Hannah................................144

Hoover, Holly....................................192 Hopkins High School [MN]................157 Horizon High School [CO]...................94 Horton, Ace......................................117 Horvat, Nicole...................................101 Hosier, Mckenzie..............................255 Howard, Eakin................. 210, 215, 230, 236, 254, 260

298

Johnson, Beth..........................186, 188 Jones, Melissa..................................115 Jones, Susan.....................................87

Klampe, Kelly............................252, 253

Kovack, Thomas..............................273

Krogh, Ryan.....................................269 Kubicek, Sharon.................58, 274, 282 Kulkarni, Avni............................270, 277

Levin, Jonathon................................115 Lewis, Mike......................................134 Lewis, Sam.......................................273 Lexington High School [SC]..............110 Liberal Arts and Science Academy High School [TX].................................95 Liberty Christian School [TX].............129 Liberty High School [CA]...................170 Licko, Stefan ...................................264 Life Christian School [WA].................158 Lilly, Brenda......................................188 Lincoln High School [CA]..................235 Lincoln High School [MN].................188 Linderman, Laura.............................188 Line Mountain High School [PA]........129 Link, Kelsey......................................182 Link, Kelsey......................................197 Linton, Amy......................................137 Linville, Joshua.................................306 Little Rock Christian Academy [AR]...194


Lockaby, April...................................202

Mason High School [MI]....................159

Moore Middle School [CA]................257

Lockard, Kenny..................84, 129, 175

Massey, Jennifer.......118, 119, 151, 159

Moore, Dan .....................................132

Locke, Trey.............. 109, 168, 173, 188, 197, 199, 200, 201

Mattoon High School [IL]..................252

Moore, Jan.......................................204

Maurer, Kara.............................213, 218

Moore, Natalie..................................182

Loden, Amy......................................196

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Maynard, Lauren......................219, 224

Moreland, Kayleigh...................216, 256

Logsdon, Lauren........64, 111, 137, 164

O’Brien, Janice.................................185

McCabe, Angela ................................92

Morgan, Amy............................122, 268

Lone Peak High School [UT].............145

O’Day, Katy .......................................86

McCarthy, Martha Lee......................191

Morgan, Marla..................................188

Loney, Sherri............. 88, 108, 142, 143, 155, 157, 183, 184, 195

O’Kelley, Wanda...............................188

McCarthy, Sean..................... 50, 72, 91, 120, 188, 194, 196

Morgan, Sarah..................................219

O’Truk, Katherine..............................107

Long Beach Polytechnic High School [CA]..............................194

Morgan, Vickie..................................129

McClain, Julie...................................229

Morrell, Micah...................................255

Oak Park and River Forest High School [IL]................................101

McCormick, Elena............................190

Morris, Dan.......................................184

Oasis Middle School [FL]..................171

McCullar, Tracy.................................114

Mortensen, Wendi............................150

Ochoa, Daisy............................271, 273

McCulley, Lisa..................................163

Mt. Whitney High School [CA]...........160

Ojeda, Isabel....................................140

McCulloch, Pat.........................145, 198

Olson, Beth......................................202

McCullough, Dylan...........................193

Mount Vernon Presbyterian School [GA]......................................146

Love, Beth..........................................81

McDowell High School [NC]..............254

Mountain Brook High School [AL].....186

Ordman, Ginny ..................................38

Lovejoy High School [TX]..................158

McGee, Jill ......................................186

Orono High School [MN]...........101, 258

Lovejoy High School [TX]..................248

McGovern, Kathleen.........................175

Mountain Brook Junior High School [AL]....................196

Lovett School [GA]............................120

McGovern, Terry.............. 114, 128, 143, 170, 196, 205

Mountain Pointe High School [AZ]....197

McGovern, Tim.................................200

Mountain Vista High School [CO]......196

McGrath, Dixie..................................261

Murray, Greg.....................................186

McGuyer, Rebecca...........................174

Murray, Jack.....................................184

McIntosh High School [GA]...............111

Murray, Judith...................................147

McIntyre, Perry.................................120

Murray, Regina.........101, 104, 107, 161

Long, Chris.......................................200 Long, Jocelyn...................................134 Long, Lori.................................220, 261 Loudoun Valley High School [VA]....... 48, 278, 281

Loyalsock Township High School [PA].84 Lozano, Aaron .................................102 Lucas, Kenneth................................252 Luceri, Meg........................................94 Lundgren, Gary................................306 Luy, Daniel........................................235 Lyon, Terra........................................166 Lyons, Aaron....................................145

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McKay, Katie....................................277

Melton, Tyler...............93, 124, 162, 182

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Mendias, Lauren ................................87

Nakamura, Jeff.................................115

Mercer, Rachel.................................160

Nance, Marcille.................................177

Mericle, Becca................. 210, 215, 230, 236, 254, 260

Navarre High School [FL]..................111

McLaughlin, Lynne............................194 Medcalf, Carol..................................119 Melick, Chrisanna.............................204

Neese, Amy......................................198 Neff, Nora...................................50, 259

Metevier, Ericka................................188

Mack, Alana.....................................202

Neiman, Kelly...................................138

Miami Killian Senior High School [FL].146

MacQueen, Mary..............................235

Nelson High School [ON]..................266

Miceli, Lindsey..................................306

Maddaleni, Julie........................106, 151

Neville, Kit.........................................306

Michigan State University [MI].....................85, 278, 282

New Albany High School [IN]............120

Madden, Jessi..................................239 Magana, Donna.......126, 140, 154, 199, 200, 203

Mid-Pacific Insitute [HI].....................130

Newbury Park High School [CA].......196 Newton, Mark...................................196

Overton High School [TX]....................85 Owen J. Roberts High School [PA]...112 Oxx, Patricia.....................................153

Pp Pace High School [FL]........................96 Paffrath, Andrew.......................158, 185 Paffrath, Jackie.........................158, 185 Page High School [NC].....................198 Page, Michael.....................22, 137, 160 Page, Phillip......................................137 Pagenkopf, Ryan..............................143 Palatine High School [IL]...................198 Palo Verde High School [NV].............147 Palos Verdes High School [CA].121, 282 Pangbourne, Nicole .........................267 Pankoff, Mike....................131, 149, 154 Panther Creek High School [NC].......121 Parham, Debra ..................................81

Mahan, Mandy ................................107

Middle Township High School [NJ].......................170, 196

Maisch, Haley...................................275

Midlothian Heritage High School [TX].129

Nichols, Sarah............76, 241, 276, 283

Maize High School [KS]......................95

Mill Creek High School [GA]........50, 259

Niguel Hills Middle School [CA].........196

Maize South High School [KS]............85

Millbrook High School [NC]...............196

Nixon, Christine................................109

Parkview Arts/Science Magnet High School [AR]..............................147

Maize South Middle School [KS].......282

Miller, Eric.........................................248

North Cobb High School [GA]...........171

Parsons, Rachel...............................184

Makros, Barbara...............................153

Mills High School [CA]......................159

North Forney High School [TX]..........160

Patrick, David...................110, 164, 172

Malins, Susanne ..............................101

Minnehaha Academy [MN]................195

North Hall High School [GA]..............196

Patrick, Mary.............................268 282

Mamaroneck High School [NY].........145

Mintchell, Lindsay.............................249

North Oconee High School [GA].......137

Patterson, Garreth............................210

Mammen, Derius..............................167

Misar, Cat.........................................176

North Olmsted High School [OH]......196

Pattonville High School [MO].............147

Manchester, Joey.............................175

Mission Vista High School [CA].........171

North Ridgeville High School [OH].....258

Paul, Allen........................................198

Manheim, Roberta .............................93

Mitchell, Julia....................................121

North Salinas High School [CA]..........52

Pavelka, Susan.................................282

Mann, Teriann...................................182

Model High School [GA]...................195

Northview High School [GA].............100

Pavelka, Susan.................................121

Marist Catholic High School [OR]......227

Mohsin, Shumesa.............................238

Payan, Deanna.................................241

Marlar, Erynn....................................192

Molina, Maria ...................................106

Northwest Cabarrus High School [NC]..............................198

Marlborough School [CA]..................146

Molvik, Jonatha..................................83

Marmon, Janell.................................194

Molvik, Jonathan.97, 168, 192, 196, 202

Martin, Hannah.........................244, 250

Monahan, MaryGail............................96

Martin, Sharon..................................177

Monett Middle School [MO]..............222

Martin, Shauna.........................252, 256

Montgomery Blair High School [MD].159

Maryville High School [MO]...............239

Moon, Rebecca..................................91

Nichols, Casey.........................149, 293

NorthWood High School [IN].............137 Northwood High School [NC]...........111 Notre Dame High School [CA]..........120 Novi High School [MI] ......................160 Nyberg, Doug...........................162, 184

Parker, Gina......................................117 Parker, Pollyanna..............................162

Peak to Peak High School [CO]........198 Pearson, Lisa....................................125 Pellman, Sean..................................232 Penfield, Caroline ...............................99 Pennington, Patric............................188 Pennsylvania State University [PA]...........................175, 278

299

I N D E X

Merrifield, Alicia.................................203

MacDonald, Allison...........................200

Ouachita Baptist University [AR]........172

B O O K

Lynn, Sara .........................................91

Mountain View High School [GA]......231

Ortman, Jennifer...............................231

L O O K

Lowell, Susan...................................146

Orangewood Christian School [FL]...112


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Penny, Beth......................................195

Ragland, Chad...........74, 112, 194, 202

Perales, Erika .....................................83

Rahn, Kelli........................................183

Peret, Alina.......................................257

Ralston Valley High School [CO].......113

Perkins, Bonnie ...............................109

Rana, Omar......................................269

Pestrue, Ashley.................................276 Peterson, Jeff...................................182

Rancocas Valley Regional High School [NJ]...............................114

Peterson, Kristin...............................186

Rand, Partick....................169, 190, 204

Peytavin, Anne .................................202

Randall High School [TX]..................198

Pfeiffer, Melissa...........................52, 115

Randleman High School [NC]...........200

Pflugerville High School [TX]..............161

Raper, Margie ............................32, 210

Piedmont High School [CA]..............112

Rastoder, Tammy..............................275

Pieper, Marci...............................14, 283

Ratz, Naomi.....................................151

Pierre Elliott Trudeau High School [ON]..............................265

Rawlin, Brian ...................................100

Pilot Mountain Middle School [NC]....198

Red Mountain High School [AZ]........199

Pinckard-Reed, Krystin.....................197

Redwood High School [CA]................54

Pine Lake Preparatory School [NC]...198

Reed, Teri.........................................153

St. Elizabeth Catholic High School [ON]..............................150

Pinkerton Academy [NH]..................121

Reeping, Frederick...........................130

St. John’s School [TX].......................200

Sherf, Timothy..................................253

Pinnacle High School [AZ].................197

Reinhardt-Mullins, Angela.................159

Sherf, Trevor.....................................253

Pinto, Michelle..................................200

Remignanti, Laine.............................192

St. Mark’s School of Texas [TX].. 60, 269, 276, 278, 282

Renaud, Cindy..................................169

St. Mary’s Catholic High School [AZ].200

Shields, Thomas...............................138

Reppi, Jim........................................194

St. Mary’s High School [CO]...............89

Shipman, Samantha ........................124

Resnick, Andrea...............................147

St. Onge, Jessica.............................258

Shirley, Tessa....................................196

Reyes, Edgar....................................200

St. Stephens High School [NC].........174

Shoaf, Shandon................................164

Plumley, Rebecca ..............................68

Reynolds Middle School [TX]..............96

Shupe, Adam...................................173

Polk County High School [TN]...........148

Richardson High School [TX]..............56

Saint Thomas Aquinas Regional Catholic High School [LA].................202

Pollard, Rebecca........................30, 281

Rickard, Matthew.............................198

Sakellarides, Theo............................204

Siegel, Paul .......................................82

Porterville High School [CA]..............161

Riedy, Josh...............................141, 159

Salinas High School [CA]..................115

Sierra Canyon High School [CA].........87

Pottsville Area High School [PA]........113

Rigaud, Chiara..................................212

Salyards Middle School [TX].............252

Sims Middle School [FL]...................173

Powdersville High School [SC]..........130

River Bluff High School [SC]..............172

Salyards Middle School [TX].............256

Sims Middle School [MI]...................275

Powell High School [TN]...................198

Riverside High School [SC].................86

Siqueiros, Laura................................202

Powell, Monica.................................172

Roach, Stephanie ..............................84

Samples, Luke........... 84, 118, 130, 134, 144, 167, 193

Prairie View High School [CO]...........225 Presson, Cassandra ........................104

Robert Cecil Palmer Secondary School [BC}....................200

Price, Leslie......................................138

Robert E. Lee High School [TX]...........86

Price, Leslie......................................271

Robert Vela High School [TX]............148

Price, Natalie....................................271

Roberts, Brent..................................124

Price, Rianne....26, 34, 66, 85, 156, 188

Robertson, Katie.......................115, 239

Primosch, Karla ...............................109

Robinson Middle School [VA]............200

Prince George High School [VA].......113

Robinson, Elaine.......................110, 192

Pringle, Josie....................................215

Robius Middle School [VA]................149

Program of Excellence......................284

Rocklin High School [CA]..................149

Prospect High School [IL].................161

Rocky Mountain High School [CO]....114

Prusko, Kristopher............................124

Rodems, James ..............................102

PSJA Memorial High School [TX]......102

Rogers High School [AR]..........138, 271

Pugliese, Cindy.................................114

Roller, James....................................127

Pulley, Tina.......................................198

Roosevelt High School [SD]................96

Putnam, Mary Beth...........................196

Root, Alison .......................................94

Pittman, Rhonda..............................112 Plano East Senior High School [TX]..148 Plano Senior High School [TX]..........101 Plumley, Louis...................................126

Ray, Kristen......................................274

Root, Deborah..................................172

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Rosenberger, Craig.....................24, 294

Quinlan, Len...............................20, 196

Rossi, Stefania ...................................99

Roseville Area High School [MN].......149 Ross, Suzanne...........93, 164, 192, 194 Rossi, Catherine ..............................262 Rossview High School [TN]...............162 Roswell High School [GA].................122 Round Rock High School [TX].................58, 274, 282

300

Rumfola, Claudia..............................260

Searcy High School [AR]...................162

Rumson Fair Haven Regional High School [NJ]...............................102

Sekel, Ashley......................................84

Russellville High School [AR].............114

Seven Lakes Junior High School [VA].......199, 221, 223, 282

Rutherford High School [NJ].............200

Sessions, Celene ...............................96

Rutherfordton-Spindale Central High School [NC]..............................200

Shabka, Linda .................................109

Ryan, Xelexus...................................227

Shaker Height High School [OH].......102

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Shadow Ridge High School [AZ].......173 Shanklin, Mackenzie.........................235 Shawnee Mission East High School [KS]..............122, 268, 275 Shay, Sarah .......................................88 Shcolnik, Stacey...............................182

Sabia, Chuck....................108, 186, 204

Sheets, Matt.....................198, 200, 201

Sadler, Carolen.................................192

Sheffield, Tread & Associates............. 16, 30, 32, 56, 60, 70, 82, 83, 92, 96, 101, 129, 141, 148, 158, 160, 166, 169, 170, 186, 190, 202, 204, 205

Sager, Susan....................................204 Saint John Neumann Catholic High School [FL]...............................172 St. Andrew’s Episcopal School [MD].200 St. Dominic Savio High School [TX]....89

Sampson, Timothy...........................168 San Clemente High School [CA].......202

Sheldon High School [CA]................173 Shelhamer, Jodi................................136 Shepherd, Lindsay .......................81, 85 Sherafat, Shila..........................271, 273

Sherman, Trent.................................227

Siegel, Lela.......................................140

Sir George Simpson Jr. High School [AB]..........................267

Sanchez, Kevin.................................231

Sir Winston Churchill High School [AB]..............................263

Sanders, Colleen........................81, 260

Siupinys, Leanna......................252, 253

Sanger High School [CA]..................202

Sizemore, Racheal............................237

Santa Maria High School [CA]...........202

Skyline High School [ID]....................174

Santa Susana High School [CA]........269

Skyview High School [ID]..................150

Saquella, Jan....................................199

Slatton, Brenda .................................86

Saremi, Michelle...............................196

Slusher, Karen..................................155

Satellite High School [FL]............89, 202

Smale, Stacy....................................176

Sausker, Sara...........................294, 306

Smeltzer, Lauren...............................234

Saxhang, Kristen..............................155

Smeltzer, Lauren...............................251

Sayre, Marc......................................189

Smigel, Dana....................................159

Schaffer, Claire.................................246

Smith, Charlie...................................232

Schauster, Trent .................................46 Scheffler, Carol.................................145

Smith, Clint.............. 216, 219, 224, 237, 243, 256, 260

Schindler, Rhonda ...........................267

Smith, Eden......................................256

Schledorn, Mark ................................74

Smith, Kimber ....................................85

Schlosser, Sally.................................306

Smith, Laura.....................................167

Schoenherr, Todd.............132, 144, 145

Smiths Station High School [AL].......162

Schwartz, Eric ...................................85

Smithson Valley High School [TX]......122

Scott, Kristen..............................44, 281

Snell, Tiffany.....................................182

Scott, Sheri......................112, 176, 188

Somerset Area Senior High School [PA]...............................130

Scottsburg High School [IN].............138 Seaman High School [KS] ................138 Seaman, Casey .................................82

Sonoraville High School [GA]..............97 Sorensen, Paul.................................134


Sorrows, Margaret....................210, 293

Taylor High School [AR]............115, 239 Teague, Stephen..............................135

South Warren High School [KY]........275

Tesoro High School [CA].....................97

Southport High School [IN].................97

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White, Mary Beth..............................190

South Mecklenburg High School [NC]..............................174

Testament, Kelly...............................198

Whitfield, Mary..................................200

Southridge School [BC]....................266

Waccamaw High School [SC]...........204

Texas Academy of Math and Science [TX]..................202

Wade, Benjamin ..............................109

Whitney High School [CA]............................76, 241, 276, 283

Southwest Career & Technical Academy [NV].....................62, 271, 283

Temeyer, Helen.................................177

Spain, David.....................................176

The American School of Madrid........115

Spartanburg High School [SC]..........163

The Burlington School [NC]................86

Spencer, Ashley....................................8 Stahl, Amy .........................................87

The King’s Academy Upper School [FL].............................151

Stahlman, Brittany............................149

The Lovett School [GA].....................120

Standley Lake High School [CO].......163

The Village School [TX].....................203

Stanford University [CA]....................202

Thedford, Casi..................................205

Stanton County Jr./Sr. High School [KS]....................131

Thomas Jefferson High School [IL]....204

Starr’s Mill High School [GA]...............64

Thompson, Nancy....................118, 249

Staten Island Academy [NY].............103

Thompson, Tracey............................247

Steamboat Mountain School [CO]....232

Tibule, Kiana.....................................271

Steidle, Gwynne...............................196

Tiedens, Julie ..................................106

Steinhorst, Terri................................188

Tipparaju, TJ....................................272

Stelling, Erin......................................125

Tittl, Pete..........................................170

Stern, Kristy........................38, 177, 193

Titus, Georgina ................................264

Steward, Amy.............................92, 280

Todd, Cindy......................................283

Stewart, Natalie..................................89

Tokay High School [CA]....................238

Stigler Public Schools [OK]...............131

Tolbert, Matthew...............................130

Stillwater Area High School [MN]......131

Touchstone, Kelli ...............................95

Stine, Lisa........ 117, 213, 215, 218, 231, 243, 244, 247, 250, 252, 254, 255, 257, 258, 261, 280

Towson High School [MD].................204

Thomas, Tiffani.................................186

Trezona, Kim..... 12, 111, 121, 125, 128, 141, 163, 186, 196

Wagner, Wes ...................................129

Wilkerson, Unique............................254

Wallis, Michael..................................217 Walston, Shelly ..................................85

William Amos Hough High School [NC]..............................177

Wando High School [SC]..................103 Wang, Richard .................................265 Wang, Susan....................................272 Ward Melville High School [NY].132, 283 Ward, Danielle..................................223 Warneke, McCall..............................198 Warner, Melissa................................184 Warnock, Madeline...........................273 Warren, Ben.....................................202 Warren, Hannah...............................272 Washington High School [SD]...........103 Washington-Lee High School [VA]....176 Watauga High School [NC]...............254 Waterford High School [CA]..............204 Watson, Jennifer...............................111 Waugaman, Chris.............................113 Waxahachie High School [TX]...........204 Wayzata High School [MN].................88 Waz, Vicki.........................................188 Weatherford, Tonia...........................175

Trinity High School [TX].......70, 276, 283

Webb, Hayden.................................240

Truckee High School [CA].................204

Webster, Peyton...............................261

Turner, Megan .............................84, 93

Weeks, Clarke..................................128

Strand, Jason...................................134 Stratford High School [SC]................175 Strattan, Casey.................................202 Straub, Bill........................................112 Strecker, Krista.................................204 Street, Kevin.....................................140 Strelitz, Alison ..................................104 Stucchio, Matt..................................132

Weidkamp, Kate...............................151

Uu Ukiah High School [CA]....................176 Union Mine High School [CA]............204 United States Military Academy [NY].278 United States Naval Academy [MD]..278

Sullivan, Danielle...............................259

University of Chicago Laboratory Schools [IL].....................132

Sutton, Caroline................................141

University of Mary Hardin-Baylor [TX]..87

Sweeney, Stephanie.........................172

Ursuline Academy [OH]...............88, 283

Sybirski, Shannon.......................97, 306

Utica High School [MI]......................176

Sylvan Hills High School [AR]............175

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Weidkamp, Kate...............................277 Weisman, Cortney............................283 Weiss, Dana......94, 100, 113, 114, 163, 169, 198, 184

Williamstown High School [NJ].........205 Wilson, Bradley................................210 Wilson, Margaret..............................126 Windsor High School [VA].................104 Wingbermuehle, Steve .......96, 111, 173 Winslow Township High School [NJ].245 Winston Churchill High School [MD].. 151 Witt, Melissa.....................................233 Witty, Caroline..................................275 Woerman, Anna................................155 Wong, Taylor....................................192 Woo, Roger......................................238 Wood, Kara......................................201 Woodcreek High School [CA]...151, 277 Woodlawn School [NC].....................204 Woodward Academy [GA].164, 270, 277 Wright, Jacob...................................131 Wu, Eunice ......................................263 Wylie East High School [TX]..............205

Yy Yip, Isabella......................................226 Yoder, Joletta....................................193

Welch, Taylor....................................220

Yong, Elsie........................................225

Werhan, Linda..................................227

Yorba Linda High School [CA].............88

West Caldwell High School [NC].......203

Yorktown High School [NY]...............132

West Davidson High School [NC]......201

Young, Cara.....................................127

West Delaware High School [IA] .......177

Young, Grace...................................274

West Forsyth High School [GA]...........72

Yukon High School [OK]...................278

West Geauga High School [OH]......................252, 253 West Shore Jr./Sr. High School [FL]....74 West Vancouver Secondary School [BC]....................267 Westbrook, Ray..........60, 269, 276, 282

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Van den Heever, Tina........................202

T.C. Roberson High School [NC].......150

Westrem, Reid..................................195

Varotta, Benedetta............................132

Tarletsky, Ryan ................................107

Weverka, Jody..................................112

Velasquez, David......................156, 251

Tascosa High School [TX]...................87

Wheeling High School [IL].................104

Ventrello, Jessica..............................144

Tate, Dina ........................................109

Whisler, Kari................................97, 184

Village School [TX]............................203

Tate, Dow.................................268, 275

Whistler Secondary School [BC].......264

Virden Collegiate Institute [MB].........267

White Knoll High School [SC]............164

Tatum Sr., Kevin................................182

Williams, Jeffrey................................204

Westlake High School [TX]....... 104, 246, 278, 283 Weston, Emily...................................185

Zz Zadai, Sheena..................................258 Zaher, Michael................. 110, 120, 136, 159, 182, 202 Zampella, Lee...................................119 Zanrosso, Karina .............................267 Zeigler, Payton......................92, 95, 126 Zenner, Alexandra.............................277 Zirkle, Caitlin.....................................254

301

I N D E X

Trinity Academy [KS].........................227

Storie, Melanie..................................203

Wichita High School East [KS]..........177 Willett, Maureen........................130, 192

Stockton R-1 Middle School [MO]..................220, 261 Stony Point High School [TX]......68, 278

Wiberg, Ashley.................................252

Wake Forest High School [NC]..........163

Stockbridge High School [MI].............66

Stoltz, Nicole....................................161

Whitewater High School [GA]............164

B O O K

Texas High School [TX].... 216, 219, 224, 237, 243, 256, 260

White, Valerie ...................................101

L O O K

Space Coast Jr./Sr. High School [FL].202

Wagner, Steve..................... 83, 97, 168, 192, 196, 202

White, Taylor.....................................260


COLOPHON

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. The annually published Look Book honors the important role well-crafted yearbooks play in helping schools chronicle the experiences, stories and achievements most relevant to students and that academic year. A panel of judges, comprised of nationally recognized scholastic journalism professionals and award-winning yearbook advisers, carefully selected the best spreads and covers from outstanding yearbooks printed by Jostens. The 2018 Look Book showcases 2016 fall delivery and 2017 spring delivery yearbooks that were submitted by June 23, 2017.

JUDGING TEAM Gary Lundgren NSPA/ACP [MN] Katie Frazier Seven Lakes Junior High School [TX] Rita Flowers Alpharetta High School [GA] Shannon Sybirski Tesoro High School [CA] Shari Adwers Grosse Pointe North High School [MI]

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EDITOR Sara Sausker MANAGING EDITOR & PROJECT MANAGER Joshua Linville EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS April Fenn Debbie Lee Lindsey Miceli ART DIRECTOR Chris Koshiol PRODUCTION ARTIST Kit Neville

THANK YOU Sally Schlosser for letting us pick your brain one last time. We promise to let you retire now. Paul and Evy for schlepping hundreds of yearbooks on a Saturday morning. Michael and Veronica for boxing several hundred yearbooks and logging them into spreadsheets so student talent could be showcased not only in the Look Book but also at national journalism conventions.


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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.

Different typographic weights and variations of Helvetica Neue are used throughout the publication. Display headlines appear in Hello Sunshine Marker by Nicky Laatz. The Jostens equivalent is AYT Yours Truly.

Rounded and backed with headbands applied at the top and bottom.

Advisers are welcome to submit 2017 fall delivery and 2018 spring delivery yearbooks, printed by Jostens, to be considered for inclusion in the 2019 edition of the Look Book. A copy of the entry form is available on yearbookavenue.com. Yearbooks should be postmarked by June 22, 2018 and shipped to:

PRODUCTION The Look Book pages were designed using Adobe InDesign CC. The page trim size is 9 x 12 inches.

DIGITAL IMAGING R.R. Donnelley handled the retouching for the featured yearbook covers. James Cordell, Jostens photographer, shot all of the studio images of yearbooks with a Canon EOS 5D Mark IV. Tony Wallace, Jostens graphic systems engineer, managed the processing of yearbook spreads.

COVER The Look Book features a custom litho/litho combo cover produced using White Material [#478] and process color printing with Super Matte Lamination. The “Yours Truly� text is embossed with Fiery Amber Foil [#368]. Text on the front, back and spine are highlighted with UV Spot Gloss Coating [#350].

PAPER The 304 inside pages were printed in process color on 100# Premium Matte [#198]. The Premium Matte paper offers the highest brightness and unparalleled smoothness.

ENDSHEETS Featuring Jostens 80# Oxford White [#268] endsheet stock printed in PMS 282. The front endsheet is short trimmed and stamped with Fiery Amber Foil [#368].

Jostens, Inc. Look Book Submissions 3601 Minnesota Dr., Suite 400 Minneapolis, MN 55435 Send inquiries regarding the Look Book to: lookbook@jostens.com

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The largest and most comprehensive publication of its type in the world, the Jostens Look Book is a “best of the best” annual featuring 304...

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