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JOSTENS LOOK BOOK 2016


It’s all in the yearbook. It’s all in you. GO ALL IN. BOOK LOOKS 6 | SPREAD GALLERY 64 | COVER GALLERY 180 | CONTEST WINNERS 214 | INDEX 305


A yearbook is the platform by which your school captures everything about the year, your community and your students. The best of the best 2015 yearbooks are featured in this Look Book — created by highly engaged yearbook staffs and advisers from across the country. Because when a staff is all in, they create a book that captures the imagination as well as their school’s story. Use this book for inspiration. Stretch your creativity, expand your horizons and go all in to create your best possible yearbook.


MOMENTS MATTER. Capture all of them. The yearbook staff can’t always be physically present to capture all the emotional moments that happen on and off campus, but ReplayItŽ can. The Jostens ReplayIt app and companion website empower students, parents, teachers and club advisers to upload and view photos from their school community. This gives yearbook staffs broader coverage of students, activities and memories for use in the yearbook. Make your yearbook more inclusive with ReplayIt.


“Jostens Renaissance is about little things that can make a big difference. It is about letting people know that they are important and that they matter.� Cheryl Ann Gundry-White Howard S. Billings Regional High School [QC]

E D U C AT I O N

For more than 25 years, Jostens has promoted positive school climate and culture through programs that inspire and engage young people on their path to graduation. The Harbor is an online video series with a unique relevant voice. Featuring renowned youth speaker Mike Smith, the weekly episodes cover a wide range of topics designed to build character in students and culture on campus. Each episode provides perspective from real people that allows students to explore important issues. Find the latest episodes and discussion guides at JostensRenaissance.com.


SEASON 1 | EPISODE 9

Ultimately the cool part about creativity is that it breeds bigger ideas. It breeds progression and the opportunity to do things that have never been done before. — M ike Smith, host of The Harbor by Jostens


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ACCIPITER | Mill Creek High School, Hoschton, GA

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EXACT DIMENSIONS “As 4,113 students and faculty flow through the doors, they blend and flow together. Between sports, clubs, academics, and jobs, these thousands of lives blend to create a community that changes every day.” 2015 ADVISER Nora Neff

REPRESENTATIVES Pat Cornelius & Associates

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THE AVIARY | Holmes Middle School, Livonia, MI

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EMERGE “Our journey to the surface at this point in our lives gives us the opportunity to stand out, be distinct and show our potential. We stand out when we go above and beyond by setting higher standards, and using all our abilities to reach our dreams. Find your place as you become distinct in your own way through this adventure we are all on. After we scratch the surface of our new beginnings, we realize our potential by challenging ourselves along the way. Gradually our determination drives us forward, as we all emerge into who we are.� 2015 ADVISER Russ Keberly

REPRESENTATIVE Rianne Price

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THE CRAG | Decatur High School, Decatur, TX

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DASH “Looking forward, who knew where we would end up. That 26 new faculty members would soon become familiar. That the Eagles would lose a hard-fought battle in quadruple overtime, ending a successful football playoff run. That new friends would be the result of split lunches. That the fishing and disc golf teams would provide another opportunity for competition. That a new Ag barn would provide a home for show animals. That the Lady Eagles would win back-to-back state volleyball championships. These memories define us, who we are, how we live out our dash.� 2015 ADVISER Cindy Berry

REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates

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CREST | Prospect High School, Mount Prospect, IL

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EXPERIENCE IT “People speak of high school casually. Some wistful, others sour. The world has come to know high school generally as a four-year period in one’s life. People forget about the alarm clocks and the jerseys and the lunch tables and the classes and the friends. The parts of our everyday lives become bittersweet memories as people move on and join the rest of the world. That is exactly why we make this book. We make this book for the clubs and the favorite teachers and the dances and the way the cafeteria smells and that time your mom called you out and you got to stay home. High school is so much more than a time in one’s life. It’s more than an education. It’s an experience.” 2015 ADVISER Nicole Stoltz

REPRESENTATIVE Regina Murray

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DETAILS | Whitney High School, Rocklin, CA

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THIS IS THE LIFE “This is a confidence 10 years in the making, a campus connected and chaotic by choice. This is spirit so strong more than 1,000 students gather before 6 a.m. just to be part of the crowd. This is a place where unlikely partners work together, from obsessing about group quizzes to constructing the set for “All Shook Up.” This is a line 50-deep for schedule changes with just as many students adding a fifth AP class as those running for the parking lot at 12:17. This is pride on game days, a team-is-family mindset, a celebration of more than just a scoreboard. This is a place where everything has a hashtag, a due date, a significance.” 2015 ADVISER Sarah Nichols

REPRESENTATIVE Bryan Durda

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DRAGON | Round Rock High School, Round Rock, TX

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REGENERATE “This year was groundbreaking across all areas. Club membership exploded with more than 60 organizations to choose from. New events such as spring pep rallies and a prom for the special education students would become traditions held dear in the future. A new spirit council, Dragon Nation, worked to rejuvenate enthusiasm on campus. Students united through social media and events like dodgeball and powderpuff. This sentiment of renewal was echoed in the spirit of the student body, who belonged to a generation that reinvented norms while holding onto its core values of loyalty, integrity and solidarity.� 2015 ADVISER Sharon Kubicek

REPRESENTATIVE Brad Golub

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ECHO | Grand Blanc High School, Grand Blanc, MI

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REVEAL “You know those stories that you always hear about on the news but never know the real story behind? The stories where you just may get a glimpse of what has happened, but you know there has to be more to it? These are just a few of those stories, told to us by people who decided to reveal what they might ordinarily conceal.” 2015 ADVISER Ava Butzu

REPRESENTATIVE Rianne Price

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EL PAISANO | Westlake High School, Austin, TX

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THE DIFFERENCE “Unique opportunity was the difference. Determination was the difference. Forward thinking was the difference. Commitment was the difference. A place to belong was the difference.” 2015 ADVISER Cindy Todd

REPRESENTATIVE Brad Golub

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ETRUSCAN | Glenbrook South High School, Glenview, IL

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THE PLACE TO BE “Because high school only happens once. Because finding yourself is harder than it sounds. Because support can make all the difference in the world. Because you can be invisible. Because you can be seen. Because some days you are really excited to come. Because bad days can become good days. Because you are an individual. Because you are part of a community. Because Dr. Shellard’s enthusiasm is contagious. Because a football game is an experience. Because there’s always something to do. Because it’s the place to be a Titan.” 2015 ADVISER Brenda Field

REPRESENTATIVE Craig Rosenberger

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THE FENTONIAN | Fenton High School, Fenton, MI

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SAME STORY DIFFERENT ANGLE “Each of us walked in on the first day to what seemed like the same story, but was it really the same? Yes, we all began our day at 7:45 a.m. and made our way to first hour, but something was different. In some ways, we all knew what to expect. For freshmen, it was the first day of high school, while seniors were experiencing the reality of their last first day. We exchanged our schedules through Instagram and Twitter and set our alarms. But while we all came to understand that, yes, these same events did happen every year, they were not the same at all.” 2015 ADVISER Pam Bunka

REPRESENTATIVE Mike Page

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HORNET | Bryant High School, Bryant, AR

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OWN IT “As we type our last captions and kern our last headlines, we look back on the years we have been involved with this amazing staff. Becoming editor was a daunting task, and we can’t thank Sorrows and our fellow staff enough for helping us create an incredible book. Thanks to Pinterest and the many people who helped us find our creativity to produce OWNit as the 2015 Hornet; this book will forever distinguish the year we will always cherish.” 2015 ADVISER Margaret Sorrows

REPRESENTATIVE Natasha Durham

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THE HOWL | S  outhwest Career and Technical Academy Las Vegas, NV

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LEFT | RIGHT “From the day students nervously gripped their schedules for the first time, to the day those crumpled sheets of paper had settled at the bottom of the wastebaskets, they proved themselves unique time and time again. But of course, there’s the reputation thing. And our names. And our images. However, it wasn’t based on the classes taken or clubs joined. It wasn’t based on what side of the school classes were on. Most importantly, it wasn’t based on what academy we belonged to. It was based on what side of our brain we called home.” 2015 ADVISER Matthew LaPorte

REPRESENTATIVES Judy Allen, Michelle Allen

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THE IMAGE | Dos Pueblos High School, Goleta, CA

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THE POINT “Every aspect of life has a starting point and an ending point. In between, encompassed by countless moments that can change the course of your future, lie tipping points and turning points. In high school, we may all be different distances from our ambitions and aspirations, but for the moment, we are sharing the same experiences and learning the same concepts. No matter where our journey takes us, we will all carry snippets of this invaluable experience for the rest of our existence.� 2015 ADVISER John Dent

REPRESENTATIVE Len Quinlan

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LEGACY | Green Valley High School, Henderson, NV

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ALWAYS DIFFERENT “Always hot, crowded hallways; different faces. Always talented; different performers. Always allergies; different goals. Always committed; different futures. Always traveling; different places. Always Gators; different paths.” 2015 ADVISER Julie Goldstein

REPRESENTATIVES Judy Allen, Michelle Allen

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LEGEND | Coronado High School, El Paso, TX

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DYNAMIC “Student Life in fifteen words: From the adrenalinefilled games to the sleep-deprived nights, our energy defines our high school experience. People in fifteen words: From the nerds and jocks to the preps and goths, character is who we are. Sports in fifteen words: We are in a constant state of movement, gradually adapting to what life hands us. Academics in fifteen words: Mentally, physically, and emotionally, it is our force that pulls us through to the end. Clubs in fifteen words: Every day, our passion and excitement for the activities we participate in speak great volumes.� 2015 ADVISER Kim Haefner

REPRESENTATIVE Mary Bunch

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THE LONE STAR | James Bowie High School, Austin, TX

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IT HAPPENS NOW “Every so often, certain points in time come to stand out against the rest, whether they be life-making or life-breaking. These are the ordinary, extraordinary, uncontrollable moments that shape people’s lives on a daily basis. Let them happen or make them happen, life goes on regardless.” 2015 ADVISER Deanna Dellana

REPRESENTATIVE Brad Golub

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

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OLD & EVER NEW “People just don’t get it. And we can’t explain it. It’s who we are and who we will always be. A rich tapestry of stories connects to our past. Dressing up like Santa to collect gifts, discussing a Flannery O’Connor short story around a Harkness table, having alumni interrupt class to visit with a favorite teacher and picking right up where they left off. It’s those little things that become the biggest of things — things we cherish and pass on to future generations. But tradition isn’t built overnight. It’s forged over time. A continuation of something old, something timeless.” 2015 ADVISER Ray Westbrook

REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates

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THE MILLER | Yukon High School, Yukon, OK

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(RED) “A high school career consists of eight semesters, 724 days, 5,068 hours and 304,080 minutes. While the doldrums of February make the experience feel unrelenting, in retrospect it is but a brief snippet. One is only given 724 days to forge memories, 5,068 hours to make a difference, and 304,080 minutes to leave one’s mark. It’s RED that defines us, our lasting commonality that unites us as ‘Millers.’ ” REPRESENTATIVE Bart Baker

2015 ADVISER Erik Jackson

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s the sound of the second hour bell echoed throughout campus, junior Madison Petry took her seat in Mrs. Patti Austin’s Spanish II classroom. Austin entered and began returning exams completed the previous day. Petry smiled with a look of satisfaction; she had mastered transitive verbs. Her latest test grade reflected that achievement. “Spanish can definitely be difficult sometimes,” Petry said. “Some parts I understand really well and other parts not so much. However, Mrs. Austin is a huge help when I don’t understand a concept. She takes the time to slow down and review the material.” Faculty strove to make curriculum engaging through a myriad of activities. International Night enabled students to select a country, prepare a native dish, and -MADISON PETRY, 11 make a short presentation. The affair was held in the cafeteria, and parents were invited. “Even though I was required to participate, I still had a lot of fun,” freshman Lauren Boswell said. “I was able to see all of the different cultures come together in one setting. The food was really good, too. My favorite dish was the German chocolate brownies.” Coursework enabled students to earn college credit through Advanced Placement certification. Two years in a foreign language also exempted students from fullfilling the credit through higher education. “Spanish did not used to be one of my favorite classes, but this year I have really grown to tolerate, if not enjoy it,” senior Skylar Donoho said. “Spanish has always been an easy class for me, and often I found it boring. This time it has been different though, as Mrs. Austin has made it really fun.”

“MRS. AUSTIN IS A HUGE HELP WHEN I DON’T UNDERSTAND A CONCEPT. SHE TAKES THE TIME TO REVIEW THE MATERIAL.”

Mariachi duo. Freshmen Steve Johnson and Jake Smith play the guitar and saxophone respectively. The pair was one of several musical offerings.

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Foreign fare. Junior Emma Green readies a plate of authentic Mexican food. Cuisine from across the globe was available for attendees to taste.

Left: Cultural choreography. Junior Teena Varghese leads a pack in a festive cultural dance. Varghese performed at International Night on November 13.

Language, camera, action. A group of foreign languge students film a short play as part of a project. The project was used to improve pronunciation.

Right: Lasso learning. Martin Esparza flings a lasso rope, showcasing his skills. Esparza graduated in 2014 but returned to assist and perform during International Night. Bottom: Sketch showcase. Sophomore Wade Patterson displays his sketch as part of the multicultural arts focus during International Night. The event was held in both the cafeteria and rotunda.

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Which foreign language class did you enroll in? The thing I love most about my foreign language class is learning about all of the French speaking countries and their customs.

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The thing I enjoy most about teaching Spanish is seeing the excitement on a student’s face when they have actually been able to use their knowledge of Spanish outside of the classroom.”

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“ Wrap em’ up. Junior Mackenzie Mirkes takes on a Jenks back who signed with Auburn University. The Trojans won the preseason match 35-13.

Try, try and try again. Scoring the third try of the preseason, junior Eric Sharp breaks through a Jenks scrum half. The score try brought the contest within single digits.

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Pick and go. Junior Mackenzie Mirkes fights for possession against a Jenks scrum half. Jenks possessed the ball but was stopped just before the try line.

Wet and wild. Senior Dallon Windsor charges a Broken arrow defender. This was Dallon’s fourth year in the sport as he played for a local club team.

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ugby orginated in the 19th century at Rugby School in England. Football’s European counterpart, the game has slowly moved to American soil. That migration made its way to our campus in January, as rugby began its inagural campaign. “Rugby is one of the fastest growing sports in America,” head coach Aric Gilliland said. “It is also one of the leading sports in the world because of the entertainment it exudes, and it can be played by anyone.” Four coaches directed the club, claiming 59 years of collective experience. The contingent worked to prepare its squad for a preseason match against

Jenks in late January. A crowd of nearly 300 watched the Millers score their first try on a 60-meter run by Jeremiah Cammons in the first half. Though on the short end of a 35-13 final, the Millers left the contest with positives. “It was awesome to find an opening,” Cammons said. “Getting our first ever score is something I will always remember.” “We did many things very well, and the outstanding play of our forwards was our strength,” Gilliland said. “This is a credit to our head forwards coach Jim Morgan and his assistant John Massey.

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“Despite good play, in many areas we continue to make mistakes that can only be corrected with practice and experience. You cannot expect to beat a team like Jenks, who has experience and a great deal of athleticism, if you make mistakes.” Gilliland’s goal was to field a competitive squad and to see secondary teams formed in the coming years. He even aspires to see middle school teams and girls squads form. “All of the teams in our league have several years of experience on us. We have a great deal of work to do before the regular season starts, as we simply want to build a foundation.”

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RUGBY TEAM FORMS AS GILLILAND LOOKS TO FOSTER ENTHUSIASM FOR GROWING SPORT

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Down the middle. Blowing through two Jenks forwards, junior Jeremiah Cammon earns meters. Cammon recorded the first-ever try.

I couldn’t wait to start a team here. Being able to be a part of the sport for so many years really motivated me to give students here the same experience I’ve had.”

players’ perspective Rugby isn’t just a sport, it’s a brotherhood, on the field and off. The excitement of hitting people hard and scoring a try for the team is what makes the sport awesome.”

Austin Cooke, 12 The sport of rugby is like no other sport I’ve ever been a part of. It consists of pieces of other sports that create one game that is truly amazing to play first hand.”

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raduation was on the horizon for seniors, and the thought of higher education was ominpresent. Conversely, the whirlwind that is the high school experience was thrust upon the freshmen class. “Keystone” curricula assisted the youngsters, as the course discussed the nuances associated with the transition. Grade classification was one thing, but it was relationships that defined our student body. Each of 2,300 students attempted to find his or her niche in a two-story campus. The students that walked these halls, whether they had blue hair or towered more than six feet tall, comprised the uniqueness that distinguished us. Pep assemblies fostered collective enthusiam and the opportunity to support a common cause, one known as “RED.” A 6A school with a “hometown” base, Yukon and its community were intertwined. Whether it was student council crafting a float for the Czech Parade, or Your Neighborhood Bank providing the money for signage at a school site, each worked collaboratively for a common mission. RED is a lifestyle that represents more than just school spirit. It signfies unity as a town and the pride that comes with being a Miller. Whether you’ve been a part of the community for 12 years, or you just arrived in Oklahoma’s Czech capitol, the bond is palpable from the onset.

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PIONEER | Kirkwood High School, Kirkwood, MO

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/// PIONEER “What are you a part of? A team, a club, a group of friends? Maybe you’re part of Improv Club (150), the JV girls’ basketball team (132) or the Social Justice Club (330). Yes, we’re part of Kirkwood High School, but we’re more than that. We’re part of St. Louis, a part of Missouri. A part of the United States, and on a larger scale, citizens of the world. Maybe you’re a part of the gay marriage movement (104) or opposed to marijuana legalization (170). Maybe you’re a member of Young Democrats (186) and Robotics Club (341). At KHS, we’re all members of something, whether it be in the classroom, on the court or in clubs.” 2015 ADVISER Mitch Eden

REPRESENTATIVE Ed Sugden

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

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TAKE TIME “Everything revolves around time, yet it is often taken for granted in the whirlwind that is high school. Whether it be by defeating McIntosh on their home turf and trending “WE RUN THIS SHOW #42-7” on Twitter, successfully sneaking Chick-fil-A into class, buckling up for a ride on the Starr’s Mills Roller Coaster, or disregarding the stop sign by the softball field in the rush out of the parking lot, we need to take time to recognize the power each moment holds. So take time to pause…to appreciate…to enjoy the journey instead of simply focusing on the destination.” 2015 ADVISER Patt Coleman

REPRESENTATIVE Lauren Logsdon

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PROWLER | Justin Wakeland High School, Frisco, TX

21.1 Litho/Litho Combo Graining (Cutout) Thermal Ink (Litho only) Super Matte Lamination

SHOW ME “You were more than a student. You were more than an athlete, an instrumentalist, a sibling, a friend. You were more than a competitor, an employee, a Netflix addict, a thespian. Everything you did made you more than just a label…the person you were could always hide behind your tweets and your books and your phone and your bravado. But that’s not the point. Don’t just tell me about the ‘real you.’ I want you to show me.” 2015 ADVISER Margie Raper

REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates

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SAGA | Loudoun Valley High School, Purcellville, VA

22.1 Litho/Litho Combo Embossing Foil ShineFX Spot UV Super Matte Lamination

REAL “The Saga editors developed the concept “Real” near the end of the summer after spending countless hours pouring over magazines and ripped pages in the yearbook room. Originally, the theme of “authentic” rose to the top, but it became apparent that our school, our student body and individual Vikings represent so much more than that. “Real” encompasses everything we are and the experiences we have.” 2015 ADVISER Martha Akers

REPRESENTATIVE Gary Lundgren

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STAMPEDE | Maize South Middle School, Wichita, KS

23.1 Embossed Precision Cut Silk-Screening

ALL THINGS MAIZE SOUTH “All colors came together for rousing school spirit ending in the class chant. So loud that most teachers left the gym during the yelling, who won the chant was a point of pride and a badge of honor held until the next assembly. Color equaled solidarity. Whoever looked the best and screamed the loudest took away the spirit stick. Regardless of who won, the crowd of Mavericks left pumped up.” 2015 ADVISER Mary Patrick

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REPRESENTATIVE Travis Feil

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23.3 Dividers, Opening/Closing, Contrast, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Repetition, Space, Headline, Photo Illustration, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Photo Intensive, Traditional, Typographic, Black and White, Monochromatic

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THE SURFER | Coronado Middle School, Coronado, CA

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ACROSS THE BRIDGE “As the summer days draw to a close and the school year commences, we begin to cross the bridge — the bridge from summer to autumn, one grade to the next — a new school year. Though summer is filled with excitement and fun, the school year brings a new adventure. Each week brings new learning, friends and experiences. An autumn adventure awaits across the weeks.” 2015 ADVISER Amy Steward

REPRESENTATIVE Trey Locke

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TITANIUM | Tesoro High School, Las Flores, CA

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WE’RE ALL HERE “Tesoro is a melting pot of students of all kinds, from the freshmen who are adjusting to the stressful high school life to the seniors diagnosed with “senioritis” who count down the days until graduation. The connection between staff and students creates a sense of community. The kinship we share exemplifies the way that when we are here, we are a part of the Titan Nation. A nation of honor.” 2015 ADVISER Shannon Sybirski

REPRESENTATIVES Jonathan Molvik, Steve Wagner

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TONITRUS | Rocklin High School, Rocklin, CA

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EVERY DAY IS GAME DAY “Between all the highs and lows, we take breaks from the intensity to cook pancakes during the final deadline, drink a cup of tea to fuel the late night studying for the AP World History test, and do team bonding activities to remind us why we joined. But every game has an ending. We celebrate our wins, we cope with the losses, and prepare for what’s next. Game on.” 2015 ADVISER Casey Nichols

REPRESENTATIVE Bryan Durda

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TOUCHSTONE | Stony Point High School, Round Rock, TX

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THE CHOICE IS YOURS “Choices are everywhere and they are yours for the making. During the school year, you’ve picked your preferences, appraised your opportunities and narrowed down your selections. You’ve made decisions that best fit your needs. Now we invite you to scan the pages of this book. As you read along, make a decision and follow new directions to see what happens next. The choice is yours.” 2015 ADVISER Rebecca Plumley

REPRESENTATIVE Brad Golub

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TRIUNE | Trinity High School, Euless, TX

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AUTHENTIC “Everywhere, we all face the pressure to have the best and conform to society’s standards. Here, Trojans do not allow pressure to change who they are. Every Trojan celebrates distinct characteristics that make them genuine individuals. They remain true. Real. They are original. Classic. Trinity tested. Trojan approved. 100% authentic.” 2015 ADVISER Christine Davis

REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates

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SEASON 2 | EPISODE 14

I want to be part of a generation that says I see you. All of you. Your hopes, your failures, your fears, your dreams, your talents, your gifts. They all matter. You have a story worth telling. And it’s beautiful. — Kat Harris, fashion photographer


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1 VISION Whitewater High School Fayetteville, GA 2015 ADVISER Jennifer Kaiser REPRESENTATIVE Lauren Logsdon Special Spreads Contrast Dominance Background Graphic Accent Headline Photo Package Magazine Inspired Typographic Monochromatic

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WINDIGO

Marymount School of New York, New York, NY

Edina High School, Edina, MN

2015 ADVISERS Simon Dyton, Annah Jones | REPRESENTATIVE Brian Ierardi Ads, Contrast, Photo Illustration, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Photo Intensive, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Ellen Guerin | REPRESENTATIVE Sherri Loney Special Spreads, Contrast, Repetition, Folio, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quotes, Rule Lines, Photo Intensive, Complementary


4 THE CHASE Chase County Jr.-Sr. High School Cottonwood Falls, KS 2015 ADVISER Linda Drake REPRESENTATIVE Derius Mammen Academics Contrast Dominance Eye Flow Hierarchy Photo Package Rule Lines Modular Monochromatic

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THE SEAMAN

American Heritage School Plantation, Plantation, FL

Seaman High School, Topeka, KS

2015 ADVISERS Diana Adams, Maria Molina | REPRESENTATIVE Julie Maddaleni Academics, Contrast, Dominance, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Cut-out Photo, Folio, Graphic Accent, Headline, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Rule Lines, Modular, Monochromatic

2014 ADVISER Kelly Neiman | REPRESENTATIVE Tom Shields Ads, Contrast, Hierarchy, Headline, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Quotes, Scoreboard, Modular, Monochromatic


7 ECHOES Wichita High School East Wichita, KS 2015 ADVISER Sharon Martin REPRESENTATIVE Travis Feil People Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Photo Illustration Quotes Magazine Inspired Analogous

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8 LIBERATOR Pace High School Pace, FL 2015 ADVISERS Monica Bondurant Celene Sessions REPRESENTATIVE Steven Wingbermuehle Chronological Dominance Eye Flow Hierarchy Space Cut-out Photo Folio Graphic Accent Photo Package Photo Strip Quick Read Quotes Modular Monochromatic


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NOSTRAE MEMORIAE

Orange Lutheran High School, Orange, CA

East Syracuse Minoa High School, East Syracuse, NY

2015 ADVISER Rachel Abijay | REPRESENTATIVE Brett Baird Special Spreads, Contrast, Dominance, Eye Flow, Repetition, Cut-out Photo, Folio, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Rule Lines, Modular, Scrapbook, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISERS Barbara Heller, Eric Stalloch, Leslie Welch REPRESENTATIVE Laura Tortarella Opening/Closing, Dominance, Background, Headline, Photo Illustration, Magazine Inspired, Black and White, Complementary

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Stanton County Jr./Sr. High School, Johnson, KS

Crest High School, Shelby, NC

2015 ADVISER Ann Davis | REPRESENTATIVE Jake Wright Student Life, Dominance, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Repetition, Folio, Graphic Accent, Headline, Photo Package, Rule Lines, Traditional, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Csherian Coleman | REPRESENTATIVE Dustin Cox Special Spreads, Contrast, Partial Cut-out, Photo Illustration, Typographic, Black and White, Monochromatic


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Skyline Schools, Pratt, KS

Derby Middle School, Derby, KS

2015 ADVISER Judy Hampel | REPRESENTATIVE Jake Wright Student Life, Contrast, Dominance, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Repetition, Headline, Partial Cut-out, Quick Read, Modular, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Laura Hayden | REPRESENTATIVE Travis Feil Reference, Contrast, Eye Flow, Repetition, Cut-out Photo, Folio, Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Quotes, Scoreboard, Whole Book Link, Traditional, Typographic, Analogous

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THE SAMMAMISH

Newmarket High School, Newmarket, ON

Issaquah High School, Issaquah, WA

2015 ADVISER Shelley MacDonald | REPRESENTATIVE Elaine Turcotte Special Spreads, Contrast, Repetition, Background, Cut-out Photo, Quotes, Magazine Inspired, Scrapbook, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Ellen Jarvinen | REPRESENTATIVE Jim Bellomo Organizations, Contrast, Eye Flow, Repetition, Cut-out Photo, Quick Read, Quotes, Modular, Monochromatic


SPREAD GALLERY

OWN YOUR STORY FIRST PLACE | BUT FIRST... Matthew Szczerba, photographer Alicia Evans, adviser Luke M. Powers Catholic High School, Flint, MI

The faculty at Powers Catholic High School [MI] had a special spectacle planned for the Homecoming pep assembly as they broke into a hilarious choreographed dance to pop hits including “#SELFIE.� Teachers made ridiculous selfie faces in front of their own cameras, all while continuing to dance. Normally reserved art teacher Robert Voiles performed a breakdance-like slide across the floor, phone in hand, evoking tremendous laughter and creating a memory that students would not easily forget.

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ACCIPITOR

Halstead High School, Halstead, KS

Alta High School, Sandy, UT

2015 ADVISER Ashley Watkins | REPRESENTATIVE Travis Feil Sports, Dominance, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Repetition, Folio, Quick Read, Quotes, Scoreboard, Modular, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Denise Ferguson | REPRESENTATIVE Jason Castleton Sports, Eye Flow, Repetition, Background, Cut-out Photo, Photo Illustration, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Quotes, Rule Lines, Whole Book Link, Magazine Inspired, Photo Intensive, Monochromatic

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Homewood Flossmoor High School, Flossmoor, IL

Evans Middle School, McKinney, TX

2014 ADVISER Candi Helsel-Wilk | REPRESENTATIVE Regina Murray Sports, Contrast, Dominance, Eye Flow, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Quotes, Modular, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Bonnie Goodwin | REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Dividers, Contrast, Eye Flow, Headline, Photo Strip, Rule Lines, Photo Intensive, Monochromatic


21 REGALIA Hopkins High School Minnetonka, MN 2015 ADVISER Jeff Kocur REPRESENTATIVE Sherri Loney Organizations Dominance Eye Flow Repetition Space Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quotes Modular Monochromatic

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22 KNIGHT REFLECTIONS Trinity Academy Wichita, KS 2015 ADVISER Linda Werhan REPRESENTATIVE Travis Feil Special Spreads Contrast Dominance Graphic Accent Headline Magazine Inspired Monochromatic


23 GNOMON Mounds Park Academy Saint Paul, MN 2015 ADVISER KaTrina Wentzel REPRESENTATIVE Sherri Loney Student Life Contrast Dominance Eye Flow Hierarchy Repetition Space Graphic Accent Headline Photo Package Quotes Rule Lines Magazine Inspired Modular Triadic

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DESTINATION ERECKSON

Fayetteville-Manlius High School, Manlius, NY

Ereckson Middle School, Allen, TX

2015 ADVISERS Liz DelConte, Julie Parker | REPRESENTATIVE Laura Tortarella Student Life, Dominance, Space, Quick Read, Quotes, Magazine Inspired, Modular, Analogous

2015 ADVISER Liz Barnes | REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Sports, Eye Flow, Repetition, Space, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Rule Lines, Modular, Photo Intensive, Analogous


26 AMETHYST Fayetteville High School Fayetteville, AR 2015 ADVISER Stephen Teague REPRESENTATIVE Randy Joe Hamilton Special Spreads Contrast Dominance Background Magazine Inspired Monochromatic

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ROUND-UP

Oak Park and River Forest High School, Oak Park, IL

Coppell High School, Coppell, TX

2015 ADVISERS Michelle Carrow, Dan Ganschow | REPRESENTATIVE Regina Murray Student Life, Eye Flow, Dominance, Hierarchy, Space, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Modular, Traditional, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Sallyanne Harris | REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Sports, Contrast, Dominance, Eye Flow, Repetition, Headline, Photo Package, Quotes, Modular, Monochromatic


29 SILVERTIP Wichita Northwest High School Wichita, KS 2015 ADVISER Rebeka Morse REPRESENTATIVE Travis Feil Chronological Dominance Eye Flow Hierarchy Repetition Space Cut-out Photo Folio Graphic Accent Photo Package Photo Strip Quick Read Quotes Rule Lines Whole Book Link Modular Complementary

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30 LONGHORNS Legacy High School North Las Vegas, NV 2015 ADVISER Rosemary Kean-Walsh REPRESENTATIVES Judy Allen Michelle Allen Student Life Contrast Space Folio Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Whole Book Link Modular Photo Intensive Monochromatic


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Woodstock High School, Woodstock, IL

Mesabi East High School, Aurora, MN

2015 ADVISER Sandi Brainard | REPRESENTATIVE Craig Rosenberger Reference, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Photo Package, Modular, Triadic

2015 ADVISER Erin Prazak | REPRESENTATIVE Beth Johnson Academics, Contrast, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Repetition, Cut-out Photo, Folio, Graphic Accent, Photo Illustration, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Quotes, Whole Book Link, Modular, Photo Intensive, Monochromatic

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URSIDAE

Petaluma High School, Petaluma, CA

Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School, Atlanta, GA

2015 ADVISER Christopher Jones | REPRESENTATIVE Sheri Scott Sports, Contrast, Eye Flow, Repetition, Space, Background, Folio, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Rule Lines, Modular, Typographic, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER LeAnne Weaver | REPRESENTATIVES Pat Cornelius & Associates People, Eye Flow, Repetition, Folio, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Whole Book Link, Traditional, Monochromatic


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GOLD FOREVER Snow Canyon High School, St. George, UT

Little Rock Christian Academy, Little Rock, AR

2015 ADVISER Shelbee Jensen | REPRESENTATIVE Molly Shaheen Sports, Contrast, Dominance, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Repetition, Photo Illustration, Photo Strip, Quotes, Rule Lines, Traditional, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER June Hendren | REPRESENTATIVE Natasha Durham Organizations, Contrast, Dominance, Eye Flow, Repetition, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Rule Lines, Magazine Inspired, Monochromatic

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SIERRAN

NorthWood High School, Nappanee, IN

East Bakersfield High School, Bakersfield, CA

2015 ADVISER Robin Bilinski | REPRESENTATIVE Phil Page Sports, Contrast, Eye Flow, Repetition, Space, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Rule Lines, Modular, Complementary

2015 ADVISER Christina Bryant | REPRESENTATIVE Melissa Hodge Special Spreads, Contrast, Dominance, Space, Background, Cut-out Photo, Photo Illustration, Magazine Inspired, Typographic, Complementary


SPREAD GALLERY

OWN YOUR STORY SECOND PLACE | TEXAS VS. ARKANSAS LOSS Sara Rogers, photographer Clint Smith, adviser Texas High School,Texarkana, TX Texas High School [TX] senior linebacker Dacorian James is visibly upset after his team loses, 14-20, ending a 13-year winning streak against cross-town and cross-border rival Arkansas High School [AR]. This was the 100th anniversary of the Texas versus Arkansas game. Coach Hillramp consoles James and sends him back to the coach’s post-game circle.

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TALON

West Valley High School, Cottonwood, CA

North Forney High School, Forney, TX

2015 ADVISER Debbie Chrasta | REPRESENTATIVE Jane Kilgore Sports, Eye Flow, Repetition, Space, Folio, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Whole Book Link, Modular, Photo Intensive, Analogous

2015 ADVISER Deanna Caplett | REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Opening/Closing, Contrast, Eye Flow, Repetition, Space, Background, Folio, Photo Illustration, Magazine Inspired, Triadic

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REFLECTIONS

Black River Falls High School, Black River Falls, WI

Blackford High School, Hartford City, IN

2015 ADVISER Julie Tiedens | REPRESENTATIVE Dave Belland Student Life, Contrast, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Space, Folio, Headline, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Modular, Photo Intensive, Typographic, Analogous

2015 ADVISER Terry Nelson | REPRESENTATIVE Joshua Riedy Dividers, Dominance, Hierarchy, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Traditional, Monochromatic


43 THE RAPTORIAN Silver Creek High School Longmont, CO 2015 ADVISER Joylynn Bockelmann REPRESENTATIVE Dana Weiss People Hierarchy Quick Read Traditional Analogous

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44 VIEO Castle View High School Castle Rock, CO 2015 ADVISER Jessica Leifheit REPRESENTATIVES Peter Griffin Chelsea Harlan Special Spreads Contrast Dominance Background Headline Partial Cut-out Photo Illustration Quotes Magazine Inspired Typographic Black and White Monochromatic


45 KA MO’OLELO O ‘IOLANI ‘Iolani School Honolulu, HI 2015 ADVISER Michelle Knoetgen REPRESENTATIVE Maureen Willett Special Spreads Dominance Eye Flow Hierarchy Repetition Space Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Photo Strip Quick Read Quotes Modular Triadic

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THE CORNELLIAN

Greenwood High School, Greenwood, AR

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

2015 ADVISER Kristin Aishman | REPRESENTATIVE Randy Joe Hamilton Sports, Contrast, Eye Flow, Repetition, Cut-out Photo, Folio, Graphic Accent, Headline, Photo Illustration, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Quotes, Rule Lines, Modular, Photo Intensive, Typographic, Monochromatic

2015 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Lianne Bornfield | STUDENT AGENCIES’ CEO Kyle Karnes REPRESENTATIVE Jack Murray Sports, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Quick Read, Rule Lines, Magazine Inspired, Traditional, Monochromatic


48 GEMINI Cretin-Derham Hall Saint Paul, MN 2015 ADVISER Toni Sternhagen REPRESENTATIVE Sherri Loney Special Spreads Contrast Space Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Headline Quotes Modular Photo Intensive Monochromatic

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Tascosa High School, Amarillo, TX

Somerset Area Senior High School, Somerset, PA

2015 ADVISER Amy Stahl | REPRESENTATIVE Jim Hill Student Life, Dominance, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Graphic Accent, Headline, Photo Package, Quick Read, Modular, Analogous

2015 ADVISER Amy Svonavec | REPRESENTATIVE Fred Reeping Opening/Closing, Eye Flow, Repetition, Space, Graphic Accent, Quotes, Rule Lines, Traditional, Complementary


51 TRIBES Edgewood Junior Senior High School Merritt Island, FL 2015 ADVISER Jessica Taylor REPRESENTATIVE Chad Ragland Special Spreads Contrast Background Graphic Accent Headline Photo Illustration Quick Read Rule Lines Magazine Inspired Monochromatic

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52 THE SUNDIAL Marlborough School Los Angeles, CA 2015 ADVISER Chelsea Dean REPRESENTATIVE Kari Agee Sports Repetition Cut-out Photo Photo Illustration Photo Package Quick Read Quotes Scoreboard Modular Complementary


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EL GRANITO

West Broward High School, Pembroke Pines, FL

Porterville High School, Porterville, CA

2015 ADVISER Natalie Felipe | REPRESENTATIVE Ched Chase Student Life, Dominance, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Repetition, Cut-out Photo, Folio, Quotes, Modular, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Sara Herrera | REPRESENTATIVE Melissa Hodge People, Eye Flow, Repetition, Space, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Quotes, Modular, Photo Intensive, Analogous

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THE PROWLER

The King’s Academy Upper School, West Palm Beach, FL

University Preparatory School, Victorville, CA

2015 ADVISER Teresa Blakeney | REPRESENTATIVE Julie Maddaleni Dividers, Contrast, Dominance, Background, Graphic Accent, Headline, Photo Illustration, Rule Lines, Magazine Inspired, Triadic

2015 ADVISER Paula Glasl | REPRESENTATIVE Chris Joy People, Contrast, Repetition, Space, Background, Headline, Quick Read, Traditional, Typographic, Monochromatic


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LANCER

Northwest Christian Middle School, Phoenix, AZ

Kingsway Regional High School, Woolwich Township, NJ

2015 ADVISER Valerie Miles | REPRESENTATIVE Kelsey Link Special Spreads, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Photo Illustration, Quotes, Magazine Inspired, Scrapbook, Typographic, Triadic

2015 ADVISER Katie Nicotra | REPRESENTATIVE Terry McGovern Dividers, Contrast, Dominance, Eye Flow, Repetition, Folio, Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Rule Lines, Monochromatic

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Robbinsdale Armstrong High School, Plymouth, MN

Smiths Station High School, Smiths Station, AL

2015 ADVISER Amy Buchholtz | REPRESENTATIVE Mike Pankoff Organizations, Eye Flow, Repetition, Space, Cut-out Photo, Folio, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Modular, Complementary

2015 ADVISER Justin Myrick | REPRESENTATIVE Tyler Melton Academics, Contrast, Repetition, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Modular, Monochromatic


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OWN YOUR STORY THIRD PLACE | HANDS FREE Nathanial Brown, photographer Philip Kramer, adviser Boone High School, Boone, IA After attendance rates improved at Boone High School [IA], students were rewarded with a performance from top X-Games riders who visited the school as part of an anti-bullying campaign. Students learned statistics and facts about bullying and how to prevent it while being kept engaged by watching crazy stunts. Students also participated in a pull-up competition by the Marine Corps.


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Barron Collier High School, Naples, FL

Mid-Pacific Institute, Honolulu, HI

2015 ADVISER Patricia Oxx | REPRESENTATIVE Ched Chase Special Spreads, Dominance, Background, Quick Read, Scrapbook, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Maile Chow | REPRESENTATIVE Maureen Willett People, Contrast, Repetition, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Modular, Photo Intensive, Complementary

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RUTHERFORDIAN

Monticello High School, Monticello, IL

Rutherford High School, Rutherford, NJ

2015 ADVISER Lisa Nuku | REPRESENTATIVE Conor O’Brien Student Life, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Space, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Quotes, Rule Lines, Modular Photo Intensive, Complementary

2015 ADVISER Diane Powell | REPRESENTATIVE Tim McGovern Student Life, Dominance, Hierarchy, Space, Folio, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Quotes, Modular, Photo Intensive, Monochromatic


65 REGAL RED Maize High School Maize, KS 2015 ADVISER Anne Debes REPRESENTATIVE Travis Feil Student Life Contrast Dominance Eye Flow Hierarchy Repetition Space Cut-out Photo Folio Headline Quick Read Quotes Magazine Inspired Typographic Monochromatic

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66 TROJAN North Hall High School Gainesville, GA 2015 ADVISER Tessa Shirley REPRESENTATIVES Pat Cornelius & Associates Sports Contrast Eye Flow Hierarchy Repetition Space Cut-out Photo Photo Illustration Photo Package Photo Strip Quick Read Quotes Modular Photo Intensive Monochromatic


67 SOUTHSIDE South Forsyth Middle School Cumming, GA 2015 ADVISER Kimmy Wood REPRESENTATIVES Pat Cornelius & Associates Student Life Eye Flow Photo Package Quick Read Quotes Rule Lines Modular Photo Intensive Analogous

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ESPRIT

Pikesville High School, Baltimore, MD

C. Milton Wright High School, Bel Air, MD

2015 ADVISER Rita Leiby | REPRESENTATIVE John Brannigan Reference, Contrast, Eye Flow, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Traditional, Analogous

2015 ADVISER Jana Thomas | REPRESENTATIVE Chuck Sabia Student Life, Dominance, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Headline, Photo Illustration, Photo Package, Quotes, Whole Book Link, Modular, Photo Intensive, Monochromatic


70 THE TRAVELER Robert E. Lee High School San Antonio, TX 2015 ADVISER Brenda Slatton REPRESENTATIVE Mica Benavides Organizations Contrast Dominance Eye Flow Repetition Graphic Accent Photo Illustration Quick Read Quotes Modular Triadic

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VALHALLA

Robert Vela High School, Edinburg, TX

Lansdowne High School Academy, Baltimore, MD

2015 ADVISER Sandra Casperson | REPRESENTATIVE Kandis Bernal Special Spreads, Dominance, Eye Flow, Background, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Magazine Inspired, Modular, Photo Intensive, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISERS Jennifer Curtis, Alexandra Gonchoroff REPRESENTATIVE John Brannigan Academics, Dominance, Background, Photo Strip, Scrapbook, Monochromatic


73 LAIR Wheeling High School Wheeling, IL 2015 ADVISER Sandra Gruen REPRESENTATIVE Regina Murray Student Life Contrast Dominance Eye Flow Hierarchy Repetition Space Folio Photo Package Photo Strip Quick Read Quotes Rule Lines Whole Book Link Modular Monochromatic

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74 PANTHER Dr. Phillips High School Orlando, FL 2015 ADVISER Deb Grund REPRESENTATIVE Chad Ragland Special Spreads Contrast Repetition Space Background Folio Photo Illustration Quotes Scrapbook Monochromatic


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EL ROBLE

Weddington High School, Matthews, NC

San Benancio Middle School, Salinas, CA

2015 ADVISER Katie Morris | REPRESENTATIVE Alison Klopp Student Life, Dominance, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Cut-out Photo, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Quotes, Rule Lines, Whole Book Link, Modular, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Lynn Yee | REPRESENTATIVE Melissa Ann Pfeiffer Student Life, Contrast, Eye Flow, Repetition, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Modular, Monochromatic

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THE LOG

Asheville Christian Academy, Swannanoa, NC

St. Francis High School, St. Francis, WI

2015 ADVISER Mary Ellen Auten | REPRESENTATIVE Dustin Cox Chronological, Eye Flow, Space, Folio, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Modular, Photo Intensive, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Nicole Hoffmann | REPRESENTATIVE Patrick Rand Academics, Contrast, Dominance, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Repetition, Headline, Photo Illustration, Photo Package, Quick Read, Modular, Monochromatic


79 TROJAN EPIC Iowa City West High School Iowa City, IA 2015 ADVISER Ginny Ordman REPRESENTATIVE Bob Kerdus Chronological Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Folio Magazine Inspired Monochromatic

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80 ORACLE Edison High School Huntington Beach, CA 2015 ADVISER Jeff Lam REPRESENTATIVE Brett Baird Dividers Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Space Photo Strip Quick Read Magazine Inspired Monochromatic


81 THE BLAZE Ola Middle School McDonough, GA 2015 ADVISER Bruce Fowler REPRESENTATIVE Matt Felis Dividers Contrast Dominance Graphic Accent Photo Illustration Quick Read Rule Lines Magazine Inspired Triadic

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82 THE MUSTANG Ralston Valley High School Arvada, CO 2015 ADVISER Jeff Fleischman REPRESENTATIVE Dana Weiss Sports Dominance Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Photo Package Photo Strip Quick Read Rule Lines Whole Book Link Modular Photo Intensive Monochromatic


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PHOENIX

Panther Creek High School, Cary, NC

Woodward Academy, College Park, GA

2015 ADVISER Courtney Black | REPRESENTATIVES Kristin Stimmell, Kim Trezona Reference, Contrast, Eye Flow, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Headline, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Rule Lines, Modular, Analogous

2015 ADVISER Rebekah Goode-Peoples REPRESENTATIVES Pat Cornelius & Associates Student Life, Contrast, Dominance, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Modular, Monochromatic

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HURRICANE WATCH

Southport High School, Indianapolis, IN

Cane Creek Middle School, Fletcher, NC

2015 ADVISER Samuel Hanley | REPRESENTATIVE Martha Harms Opening/Closing, Dominance, Background, Photo Illustration, Quick Read, Magazine Inspired, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Heather Alexander | REPRESENTATIVE Dustin Cox Student Life, Dominance, Eye Flow, Repetition, Space, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Rule Lines, Modular, Analogous


87 THE PANTHER Cabot High School Cabot, AR 2015 ADVISER Michelle Young REPRESENTATIVE Natasha Durham Dividers Contrast Dominance Repetition Space Folio Graphic Accent Photo Illustration Quotes Magazine Inspired Monochromatic

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88 THE TRIBUTE Heritage High School Frisco, TX 2015 ADVISER Rebecca Pollard REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Chronological Repetition Space Folio Headline Photo Package Rule Lines Modular Photo Intensive Monochromatic


89 ARCADIA West Shore Junior/Senior High School Melbourne, FL 2015 ADVISER Mark Schledorn REPRESENTATIVE Chad Ragland Dividers Contrast Dominance Eye Flow Photo Illustration Quick Read Quotes Rule Lines Magazine Inspired Typographic Monochromatic

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EMBERS

Jackson Liberty High School, Jackson, NJ

Severna Park High School, Severna Park, MD

2015 ADVISER Jessee Bassel | 2015 ASSISTANT ADVISER Ashley Forsyth REPRESENTATIVE Bonnie Blackman Student Life, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Repetition, Space, Photo Package, Quick Read, Modular, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Valerie Earhart | REPRESENTATIVES George Fold, Steve Sweet Chronological, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Space, Folio, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Modular, Monochromatic


92 GUSHER C.E. Byrd High School Shreveport, LA 2015 ADVISER Gina Parker REPRESENTATIVE Chris Baker Dividers Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Headline Magazine Inspired Typographic Monochromatic

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ROYALTY

Centennial High School, Frisco, TX

Eleanor Roosevelt High School, Eastvale, CA

2015 ADVISER Laura Kline | REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Student Life, Contrast, Cut-out Photo, Headline, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Rule Lines, Whole Book Link, Magazine Inspired, Modular, Photo Intensive, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Cecilia Marino | REPRESENTATIVE Chris Joy Reference, Eye Flow, Repetition, Background, Cut-out Photo, Folio, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Traditional, Complementary


95 FLIGHT Naperville Central High School, Naperville, IL 2015 ADVISER Rachel Thorne REPRESENTATIVE Lindsay Fleck Student Life Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Space Folio, Graphic Accent Headline Photo Package Quick Read Rule Lines Whole Book Link Magazine Inspired Analogous

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96 MAVERICK Maize South High School Wichita, KS 2015 ADVISER Shelly Walston REPRESENTATIVE Travis Feil Academics Contrast Eye Flow Hierarchy Repetition Space Cut-out Photo Folio Graphic Accent Photo Illustration Photo Package Photo Strip Quick Read Quotes Modular Photo Intensive Analogous


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THE TRIBUTARY

Corona High School, Corona, CA

River Bluff High School, Lexington, SC

2015 ADVISER Rachel Fieldhouse | REPRESENTATIVE Chris Joy Organizations, Contrast, Eye Flow, Repetition, Photo Illustration, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Rule Lines, Modular, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Monica Powell | REPRESENTATIVE David Patrick Sports, Hierarchy, Repetition, Folio, Graphic Accent, Headline, Quick Read, Quotes, Modular, Monochromatic

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BEHEMOTH

Roxbury High School, Succasunna, NJ

Skyline High School, Idaho Falls, ID

2015 ADVISERS Lisa Gurzo, Helen Hollenbeck | REPRESENTATIVE Tim McGovern Special Spreads, Contrast, Dominance, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Background, Folio, Graphic Accent, Magazine Inspired, Traditional, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Becky McGuyer | REPRESENTATIVE Virginia Cotter-Wilson Student Life, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Folio, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Magazine Inspired, Monochromatic


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SAGA

Parkland High School, Allentown, PA

Spartanburg High School, Spartanburg, SC

2015 ADVISER Kathryn Soldertich | REPRESENTATIVE Robert King Opening/Closing, Dominance, Space, Headline, Partial Cut-out, Photo Illustration, Magazine Inspired, Complementary

2015 ADVISER Lisa McCulley | REPRESENTATIVE Andrew Bell Academics, Dominance, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Folio, Graphic Accent, Quotes, Modular, Monochromatic

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HI-LIGHTS

Desert Ridge High School, Mesa, AZ

Mater Dei High School, Evansville, IN

2015 ADVISER Megan Turner | REPRESENTATIVE Brent McCasland Chronological, Contrast, Dominance, Space, Cut-out Photo, Folio, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Quotes, Whole Book Link, Modular, Photo Intensive, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Lee Ann West | REPRESENTATIVE Cam Bardwell Sports, Contrast, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Repetition, Space, Headline, Quick Read, Magazine Inspired, Monochromatic


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OWN YOUR STORY FOURTH PLACE | YOUNG AND OLD Anna Stearns, photographer Margaret Sorrows, adviser Bryant High School, Bryant, AR The voices of Bryant High School [AR] students holiday caroling filled local nursing homes. Junior Levi Galicia participated in the caroling and visited with residents. “One of my favorite parts of caroling was visiting with the people in the nursing homes after we sang to them,” Levi said. “It was great seeing how happy and appreciative they were about us coming and singing for them.”


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CHRYSALIS

Archbishop Carney Regional Secondary School, Port Coquitlan, BC

Dunwoody High School, Dunwoody, GA

2015 ADVISER Kevin Street | REPRESENTATIVE Rachel Anderson-Lee Sports, Dominance, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Space, Graphic Accent, Headline, Photo Illustration, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Quotes, Rule Lines, Modular, Traditional, Analogous

2015 ADVISER Desiree Tabor-Carter | REPRESENTATIVE Loren Collins, Jr. Academics, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Background, Cut-out Photo, Photo Illustration, Magazine Inspired, Scrapbook, Monochromatic

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THE TIGER

Chapman High School, Inman, SC

Fort Gibson High School, Fort Gibson, OK

2015 ADVISER Alex Hollis | REPRESENTATIVE Luke Samples Opening/Closing, Contrast, Dominance, Background, Headline, Magazine Inspired, Complementary

2015 ADVISER Beth Brannon | 2015 ASSISTANT ADVISER Melanie Wicks REPRESENTATIVES Ashley Featherston, Todd Featherston Special Spreads, Contrast, Dominance, Graphic Accent, Photo Illustration, Quotes, Rule Lines, Magazine Inspired, Monochromatic


109 TALON La Quinta High School La Quinta, CA 2015 ADVISER Marcy Herrera REPRESENTATIVE Chris Joy Dividers Contrast Dominance Repetition Folio Graphic Accent Headline Quotes Rule Lines Magazine Inspired Scrapbook Monochromatic

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110 SPUD ANNUAL Idaho Falls High School Idaho Falls, ID 2015 ADVISER Ryan Hansen REPRESENTATIVE Virginia Cotter-Wilson Sports Contrast Dominance Eye Flow Hierarchy Repetition Folio Headline Photo Strip Quick Read Quotes Scoreboard Modular Monochromatic


111 WARRIOR Utica High School Utica, MI 2015 ADVISER Stacy Smale 2015 STUDENT TEACHER/ INTERN ADVISER Chelsea Edwards REPRESENTATIVES Bob Berschback Mike Berschback Academics Dominance Eye Flow Hierarchy Repetition Folio Graphic Accent Photo Package Modular Analogous

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LIBERTY’S THESAURUS OF PICTURES FOR STUDENTS

Marist Catholic High School, Eugene, OR

Liberty Christian School – Elementary Edition, Redding, CA

2015 ADVISER Toni Cooper | REPRESENTATIVE Justin Roberts Special Spreads, Contrast, Background, Cut-out Photo, Folio, Graphic Accent, Headline, Photo Illustration, Quick Read, Rule Lines, Whole Book Link, Photo Intensive, Scrapbook, Typographic, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Emily Russell | REPRESENTATIVE Jane Kilgore Special Spreads, Dominance, Cut-out Photo, Headline, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Quotes, Photo Intensive, Scrapbook, Analogous


114 POLARIS Northern Burlington County Regional Middle School Columbus, NJ 2015 ADVISER Katrina Gierman REPRESENTATIVE Terry McGovern Reference Eye Flow Repetition Cut-out Photo Folio Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quotes Photo Intensive Analogous

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THE CLAN-O-LOG

Walnut Hills High School, Cincinnati, OH

Piedmont High School, Piedmont, CA

2015 ADVISER Marjorie Platt | REPRESENTATIVE Kari Whisler Special Spreads, Contrast, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Repetition, Space, Folio, Graphic Accent, Headline, Magazine Inspired, Typographic, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Jody Weverka | REPRESENTATIVE Sheri Scott Organizations, Dominance, Eye Flow, Repetition, Space, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Modular, Monochromatic


117 THE BOLT Central High School Keller, TX 2015 ADVISER Natalie Brown REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Ads Contrast Eye Flow Repetition Folio Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quotes Modular Photo Intensive Monochromatic

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118 AVIS Northern Guilford High School Greensboro, NC 2015 ADVISER Traci Latta REPRESENTATIVE Joe Elmore Student Life Contrast Dominance Cut-out Photo Quick Read Quotes Magazine Inspired Analogous


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CEDARS

Edgewood High School, Edgewood, MD

Lebanon High School, Lebanon, IN

2015 ADVISER S. Craig Llewellyn | REPRESENTATIVE Chuck Sabia Sports, Contrast, Dominance, Eye Flow, Space, Folio, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Quotes, Modular, Photo Intensive, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Carol Kazmierczak | REPRESENTATIVE Martha Harms Sports, Contrast, Dominance, Eye Flow, Folio, Headline, Photo Illustration, Photo Package, Quick Read, Magazine Inspired, Monochromatic

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AUBERON

Jeffrey Trail Middle School, Irving, CA

Creekview High School, Canton, GA

2015 ADVISER Amanda Lelliott | REPRESENTATIVE Brett Baird Academics, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Graphic Accent, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Quotes, Modular, Triadic

2015 ADVISERS Jeff Anderson, Cindy Humphlett | REPRESENTATIVE Matt Felis Dividers, Contrast, Dominance, Space, Photo Illustration, Quick Read, Rule Lines, Scrapbook, Monochromatic


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CARDINAL

J.P. Stevens High School, Edison, NJ

Landrum High School, Landrum, SC

2015 ADVISERS Christine Nixon, Linda Shabka REPRESENTATIVE Bonnie Blackman Student Life, Contrast, Hierarchy, Space, Cut-out Photo, Folio, Graphic Accent, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Quotes, Whole Book Link, Magazine Inspired, Analogous

2015 ADVISER Katie Eberhardt | REPRESENTATIVE Luke Samples Organizations, Dominance, Eye Flow, Folio, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Whole Book Link, Photo Intensive, Traditional, Monochromatic

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PATHWAYS

PSJA Memorial High School, Alamo, TX

Pinnacle High School, Phoenix, AZ

2015 ADVISER Aaron Lozano | REPRESENTATIVE Kandis Bernal Student Life, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Space, Cut-out Photo, Folio, Graphic Accent, Headline, Photo Package, Quick Read, Rule Lines, Magazine Inspired, Analogous

2015 ADVISER Monica Flint | REPRESENTATIVE Kelsey Link Organizations, Contrast, Repetition, Background, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Quotes, Rule Lines, Modular, Monochromatic


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OWN YOUR STORY FIFTH PLACE | SHOCK AND AWE Brooke Lasley, photographer Margaret Sorrows, adviser Bryant High School, Bryant, AR In awe of the new cannon, engineering teacher John Williams stands back to watch the flight of the T-shirt. The Mark 3 was the newest T-shirt gun and shot farther than the Mark 1 or 2. “I love being able to shoot the T-shirt cannons at games because you get to see the crowd get pumped up to catch a shirt.”

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Glenbrook North High School, Northbrook, IL

Middle Township High School, Cape May Court House, NJ

2015 ADVISER Kathleen Kinsella Coupland | REPRESENTATIVE Craig Rosenberger Organizations, Contrast, Eye Flow, Repetition, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Modular, Photo Intensive, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Martina Trapani | REPRESENTATIVE Terry McGovern Academics, Contrast, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Repetition, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Quotes, Rule Lines, Modular, Monochromatic

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TRUE BLUE ANNUAL

Huron Heights Secondary School, Newmarket, ON

Hudson High School, Hudson, WI

2015 ADVISER Rob Kaczor | REPRESENTATIVE Elaine Turcotte Special Spreads, Contrast, Dominance, Graphic Accent, Magazine Inspired, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISERS Debra Lee, Patricia Thoreson | REPRESENTATIVE Sherri Loney Ads, Contrast, Eye Flow, Folio, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Modular, Monochromatic


131 THE ROAR Covenant Christian School Palm Bay, FL 2015 ADVISER Diane Rumbley REPRESENTATIVE Chad Ragland Student Life Contrast Dominance Eye Flow Repetition Space Folio Headline Photo Package Photo Strip Quick Read Quotes Modular Photo Intensive Typographic Monochromatic

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132 THE RANGER Smithson Valley High School Spring Branch, TX 2015 ADVISER Margaret Edmonson REPRESENTATIVE Mica Benavides Special Spreads Dominance Eye Flow Hierarchy Folio Headline Partial Cut-out Photo Package Photo Strip Quotes Whole Book Link Modular Monochromatic


133 GOLDEN AERIE Astronaut High School Titusville, FL 2015 ADVISER Callie Williams REPRESENTATIVE Chad Ragland Chronological Dominance Eye Flow Hierarchy Space Folio Photo Package Modular Monochromatic

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BRUIN

Jefferson Academy High School, Broomfield, CO

Sylvan Hills High School, Sherwood, AR

2015 ADVISER Meg Anne Luceri | REPRESENTATIVE Dana Weiss Student Life, Contrast, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Graphic Accent, Headline, Photo Illustration, Quick Read, Quotes, Scrapbook, Typographic, Black and White, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Tonia Weatherford | REPRESENTATIVE Natasha Durham Chronological, Contrast, Dominance, Eye Flow, Repetition, Photo Package, Quotes, Rule Lines, Modular, Typographic, Monochromatic


136 TRITON Palos Verdes High School Palos Verdes Estates, CA 2015 ADVISER Susan Pavelka REPRESENTATIVE Kari Agee Student Life Dominance Eye Flow Hierarchy Space Graphic Accent Headline Photo Package Quick Read Quotes Modular Analogous

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ODYSSEY

Escondido High School, Escondido, CA

Centennial High School, Las Vegas, NV

2015 ADVISER Jud Bordman | REPRESENTATIVE Trey Locke Special Spreads, Contrast, Dominance, Space, Photo Illustration, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Magazine Inspired, Triadic

2015 ADVISER Casandra Workman REPRESENTATIVES Judy Allen, Michelle Allen Chronological, Contrast, Dominance, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Repetition, Folio, Photo Package, Magazine Inspired, Modular, Analogous


139 HIGHLANDER Highland Park High School Dallas, TX 2015 ADVISER Elizabeth Perkins REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Student Life Contrast Repetition Folio Headline Photo Strip Quick Read Photo Intensive Typographic Monochromatic

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140 CLAMO Clayton High School Clayton, MO 2015 ADVISER Marci Pieper REPRESENTATIVE Jim Dumont People Contrast Eye Flow Repetition Folio Photo Illustration Quick Read Rule Lines Magazine Inspired Typographic Monochromatic


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HARDSCRABBLE

Archbishop Edward A. McCarthy High School, Southwest Ranches, FL

Western Reserve Academy, Hudson, OH

2015 ADVISER Bonnie Braun | REPRESENTATIVE Julie Maddaleni Organizations, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Cut-out Photo, Photo Illustration, Photo Package, Rule Lines, Magazine Inspired, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Natalie Davis | REPRESENTATIVE Alex Intihar Special Spreads, Contrast, Folio, Graphic Accent, Quotes, Rule Lines, Photo Intensive, Typographic, Monochromatic

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Capital High School, Boise, ID

Pottsville Area High School, Pottsville, PA

2015 ADVISER Vicki Francis | REPRESENTATIVE Virginia Cotter-Wilson Student Life, Dominance, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Repetition, Photo Package, Quick Read, Rule Lines, Modular, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Bridget Freiler | REPRESENTATIVE Bonnie Blackman Dividers, Contrast, Dominance, Eye Flow, Repetition, Space, Background, Folio, Headline, Photo Illustration, Quick Read, Quotes, Magazine Inspired, Black and White, Monochromatic


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POCOHI

Auburn High School, Auburn, AL

Polk County High School, Benton, TN

2015 ADVISER Samantha Shipman | REPRESENTATIVE Tyler Melton Dividers, Contrast, Hierarchy, Space, Background, Folio, Photo Package, Photo Intensive, Scrapbook, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Julie Faulkner | REPRESENTATIVE Rebecca Kilday Dividers, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Headline, Photo Illustration, Magazine Inspired, Monochromatic

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PATRIOT IMAGES

Maranatha Christian Academy, Brooklyn Park, MN

Northern High School, Owings, MD

2015 ADVISER Susan Eibes | REPRESENTATIVE Sarah Doll Student Life, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Modular, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Rachel Sparks | REPRESENTATIVES George Fold, Steve Sweet Student Life, Contrast, Dominance, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Space, Background, Graphic Accent, Photo Illustration, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Whole Book Link, Modular, Typographic, Monochromatic


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OWN YOUR STORY HONORABLE MENTION | A VINTAGE CONCERT Kenny Taboada, photographer Julie Goldstein, adviser Green Valley High School, Henderson, NV Passion is an emotion that one can’t control. We don’t know when we will get it, how we will get it, or why we will get it. Some people are passionate about art, reading, writing, dancing or even talking. For Joe, it is his band and music. He has been playing music for as long as he can remember. Joe practices his passion almost every day, but what makes it more meaningful is that he does it with his best friends. Doing the things you love the most, with the people you love the most, is the best feeling ever.


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CRUSADER

Richmond Hill High School, Richmond Hill, ON

Kapaun Mt. Carmel Catholic High School, Wichita, KS

2015 ADVISER Jose D’Aversa | REPRESENTATIVE Elaine Turcotte Special Spreads, Contrast, Hierarchy, Background, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Photo Illustration, Magazine Inspired, Analogous

2015 ADVISER Elaine Robinson | REPRESENTATIVE Travis Feil Chronological, Contrast, Background, Cut-out Photo, Quick Read, Quotes, Modular, Photo Intensive, Typographic, Complementary

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THE ILIAD

Cox Mill High School, Concord, NC

Whitfield School, St. Louis, MO

2015 ADVISER Alice Helms | REPRESENTATIVE Alison Klopp Special Spreads, Hierarchy, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Quotes, Modular, Photo Intensive, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISERS Cara Foster, Sara Ringe | REPRESENTATIVE Jim Dumont Ads, Contrast, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Repetition, Background, Headline, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Typographic, Analogous


153 VALHALLA Grosse Pointe North High School Grosse Pointe Woods, MI 2015 ADVISER Shari Adwers REPRESENTATIVES Bob Berschback Mike Berschback Organizations Contrast Folio Photo Package Magazine Inspired Monochromatic

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154 PREDATOR West Potomac High School Alexandria, VA 2015 ADVISER Whitney Huntington REPRESENTATIVE Jason Baranowski Special Spreads Eye Flow Hierarchy Repetition Space Graphic Accent Quick Read Whole Book Link Magazine Inspired Triadic


155 ARCHIVES Edmond Santa Fe High School Edmond, OK 2015 ADVISER Linsey Warthen REPRESENTATIVE Bart Baker Ads Contrast Hierarchy Repetition Photo Package Modular Typographic Triadic

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THE VOYAGER

White County High School, Cleveland, GA

Valencia High School, Valencia, CA

2015 ADVISER Kathy London | REPRESENTATIVES Pat Cornelius & Associates Reference, Contrast, Eye Flow, Repetition, Background, Graphic Accent, Headline, Photo Illustration, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Traditional, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Jennifer Dollman | REPRESENTATIVES Luci Conlon, Mike Conlon Special Spreads, Dominance, Photo Package, Quotes, Magazine Inspired, Monochromatic


158 THE STAMPEDE American Heritage School Boca/Delray Delray Beach, FL 2015 ADVISERS Hope Gheorge Diana Meyer REPRESENTATIVE Julie Maddaleni Sports Contrast Eye Flow Repetition Space Cut-out Photo Photo Illustration Photo Package Photo Strip Quick Read Quotes Scoreboard Modular Complementary

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THE PIRATE

St. Paul Preparatory School, St. Paul, MN

Dover Schools, Dover, AR

2015 ADVISER Kristin Radermacher | REPRESENTATIVE Sarah Doll People, Eye Flow, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Rule Lines, Traditional, Complementary

2015 ADVISER Reyna Jones | REPRESENTATIVE Randy Joe Hamilton People, Contrast, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Repetition, Photo Package, Traditional, Typographic, Monochromatic


161 ESPRIT DE CORPS Eisenhower High School Shelby Township, MI 2015 ADVISER Erica Kincannon REPRESENTATIVES Bob Berschback Mike Berschback Sports Contrast Hierarchy Repetition Space Cut-out Photo Folio Photo Package Quick Read Quotes Scoreboard Modular Complementary

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162 KABEKONIAN Stillwater Area High School Stillwater, MN 2015 ADVISER Laurie Hansen REPRESENTATIVE Mike Pankoff Sports Contrast Eye Flow Hierarchy Repetition Space Folio Headline Partial Cut-out Photo Illustration Photo Package Quick Read Quotes Rule Lines Scoreboard Whole Book Link Modular Monochromatic


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Ontario Christian High School, Ontario, CA

San Clemente High School, San Clemente, CA

2015 ADVISER Andrea Flanery | REPRESENTATIVE Chris Joy Dividers, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Headline, Photo Illustration, Quick Read, Quotes, Rule Lines, Magazine Inspired, Typographic, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Alana Mack | REPRESENTATIVES Jonathan Molvik, Steve Wagner Special Spreads, Contrast, Repetition, Background, Cut-out Photo, Folio, Graphic Accent, Headline, Photo Intensive, Scrapbook, Complementary

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TIGER

James Island Charter High School, Charleston, SC

Bentonville High School, Bentonville, AR

2015 ADVISER Angela Childs-Kindred | REPRESENTATIVE John Bumgarner Sports, Contrast, Dominance, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Repetition, Cut-out Photo, Folio, Graphic Accent, Headline, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Rule Lines, Whole Book Link, Traditional, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Ace Horton | REPRESENTATIVE Randy Joe Hamilton Student Life, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Space, Background, Graphic Accent, Photo Illustration, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Whole Book Link, Magazine Inspired, Typographic, Monochromatic


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EPILOGUE

SHAPE High School, Mons, Belgium

Eagan High School, Eagan, MN

2015 ADVISER Barbara Humphrey | REPRESENTATIVE Kerri Dolena Student Life, Dominance, Headline, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Quotes, Modular, Photo Intensive, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Suzy Heilman | REPRESENTATIVE Jeff Fallon Student Life, Eye Flow, Repetition, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Modular, Photo Intensive, Analogous

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TRUE BLUE

J.L. Mann High School, Greenville, SC

Circle High School, Towanda, KS

2015 ADVISER Brittny Meekins | REPRESENTATIVE Luke Samples Special Spreads, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Cut-out Photo, Folio, Headline, Photo Illustration, Traditional, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Vanessa Whiteside | REPRESENTATIVE Travis Feil Chronological, Sports, Contrast, Hierarchy, Repetition, Folio, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Rule Lines, Modular, Triadic


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OWN YOUR STORY HONORABLE MENTION | PLAYING TO A DRAW Brooke Lasley, photographer Margaret Sorrows, adviser Bryant High School, Bryant, AR For the first time in more than a decade, the 15th Annual Salt Bowl ended in a 14-14 tie. The Salt Bowl is a non-conference football game played between rivals Bryant High School [AR] and Benton High School [AR]. It’s the biggest game of the year for both teams, with a near-record attendance of 25,800. As the last few seconds ticked off the clock, a quiet fell over the student section. Confused students looked around and waited for overtime to start. Since the Salt Bowl is a non-conference game, overtime was not played. With 0:00 left and a 14-14 final score, seniors Kylon Boyle and Madison Schrader reflect on the end of the disappointing finish to the last Salt Bowl they will ever play.

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VALHALLA

Amesbury High School, Amesbury, MA

North Salinas High School, Salinas, CA

2015 ADVISER Barbara Leary | REPRESENTATIVE Tom Keeley People, Eye Flow, Space, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Photo Illustration, Scrapbook, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Jennifer Ghastin | REPRESENTATIVE Melissa Ann Pfeiffer Dividers, Contrast, Dominance, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Folio, Quick Read, Quotes, Magazine Inspired, Monochromatic

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EMERALD

East Troy High School, East Troy, WI

Yorktown High School, Yorktown, NY

2015 ADVISER Deborah Leising | REPRESENTATIVE Patrick Rand Special Spreads, Contrast, Eye Flow, Repetition, Folio, Quick Read, Rule Lines, Photo Intensive, Scrapbook, Typographic, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISERS Dan Moore, Benedetta Varotta REPRESENTATIVE Todd Schoenherr Special Spreads, Contrast, Repetition, Photo Illustration, Photo Intensive, Monochromatic


175 SAGA Shawnee Mission West High School Overland Park, KS 2015 ADVISER Amy Morgan REPRESENTATIVE Travis Feil Dividers Contrast Dominance Background Headline Quotes Magazine Inspired Monochromatic

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176 VISTA New Albany High School New Albany, IN 2015 ADVISER Christina Faulker REPRESENTATIVE Cam Bardwell Organizations Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Space Graphic Accent Photo Illustration Photo Package Quick Read Quotes Modular Monochromatic


177 HERITAGE Horizon High School Scottsdale, AZ 2015 ADVISER Lisa Baker REPRESENTATIVE Kelsey Link Academics Contrast Dominance Space Graphic Accent Headline Photo Package Quick Read Quotes Rule Lines Whole Book Link Magazine Inspired Modular Typographic Monochromatic

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THE HAWK

Louise S. McGehee School, New Orleans, LA

Horizon High School, Thornton, CO

2015 ADVISER Scott McLetchie | REPRESENTATIVE Sean McCarthy Chronological, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Rule Lines, Whole Book Link, Modular, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Alison Root | REPRESENTATIVE Dana Weiss Chronological, Dominance, Hierarchy, Folio, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Quotes, Rule Lines, Whole Book Link, Modular, Monochromatic


180 THE PLANONIAN Plano Senior High School Plano, TX 2015 ADVISER Terry Quinn REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Chronological Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Space Folio Headline Photo Package Quick Read Whole Book Link Modular Triadic

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THE LOG

Northview High School, Bratt, FL

Redwood High School, Visalia, CA

2015 ADVISER Alison Robinson | REPRESENTATIVE Steven Wingbermuehle Reference, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Background, Graphic Accent, Photo Illustration, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Scrapbook, Analogous

2015 ADVISER Calvin Feehan | REPRESENTATIVE Alyssa Sweeden Chronological, Space, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Rule Lines, Whole Book Link, Modular, Photo Intensive, Monochromatic


183 THE EAGLE Richardson High School Richardson, TX 2015 ADVISER Wade Kennedy REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Sports Contrast Dominance Eye Flow Hierarchy Repetition Background Headline Photo Illustration Photo Package Quick Read Quotes Magazine Inspired Typographic Monochromatic

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184 THE PROWL Coronado High School Henderson, NV 2015 ADVISER Nancy Thompson REPRESENTATIVES Judy Allen Michelle Allen Student Life Contrast Dominance Eye Flow Hierarchy Repetition Space Folio Photo Illustration Photo Package Quotes Modular Analogous


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ASTUR

West Forsyth High School, Cumming, GA

Harlingen High School South, Harlingen, TX

2015 ADVISER Maureen Farry | REPRESENTATIVES Pat Cornelius & Associates Opening/Closing, Contrast, Repetition, Space, Graphic Accent, Headline, Photo Illustration, Rule Lines, Magazine Inspired, Typographic, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Biada Galvan | REPRESENTATIVE Kandis Bernal Academics, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Space, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Photo Strip, Quotes, Magazine Inspired, Monochromatic

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DIMENSIONS

Huntington Beach High School, Huntington Beach, CA

Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School, Rockville, MD

2015 ADVISER Leah McCauley | REPRESENTATIVE Brett Baird Academics, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Folio, Graphic Accent, Headline, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Rule Lines, Modular, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Claire Burke | REPRESENTATIVE Jason Baranowski Student Life, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Background, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Rule Lines, Whole Book Link, Modular, Scrapbook, Analogous


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SWORD AND SHIELD

Roswell High School, Roswell, GA

Liberty Christian School, Argyle, TX

2015 ADVISER Jesse Hancock | REPRESENTATIVES Pat Cornelius & Associates Dividers, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Background, Headline, Photo Illustration, Magazine Inspired, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Vickie Morgan | REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates People, Contrast, Headline, Photo Package, Quotes, Photo Intensive, Typographic, Monochromatic

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EXPEDITION

Golden West High School, Visalia, CA

Maria Carrillo High School, Santa Rosa, CA

2015 ADVISER David Velasquez | REPRESENTATIVE Alyssa Sweeden Special Spreads, Contrast, Repetition, Background, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Photo Illustration, Rule Lines, Photo Intensive, Scrapbook, Triadic

2015 ADVISER Lorraine Martinez | REPRESENTATIVE Sheri Scott Organizations, Eye Flow, Repetition, Folio, Photo Package, Modular, Monochromatic


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OWN YOUR STORY HONORABLE MENTION | LEAN ON ME Madison Morehead, photographer Margaret Sorrows, adviser Bryant High School, Bryant, AR After walking across stage, graduate K.C. Johnson assists graduate Jake Johnson down the ramp. Johnson dropped one of his crutches after slipping while waiting to go across the stage. “I basically let him use me as a crutch to get down the ramp. Then once we were down, I ran behind to get his crutch for him,” K.C. said. “I wouldn’t leave someone hanging like that.”

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UNPREDICTABLE

Clarksville High School, Clarksville, IN

Jefferson Academy Junior High School, Broomfield, CO

2014 ADVISER Kelly Short | REPRESENTATIVE Cam Bardwell Chronological, Eye Flow, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Modular, Typographic, Triadic

2015 ADVISER Meg Anne Luceri | REPRESENTATIVE Dana Weiss Student Life, Contrast, Dominance, Eye Flow, Repetition, Folio, Photo Package, Quotes, Modular, Monochromatic

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THE PAWPRINT

Kingsway Regional Middle School, Woolwich Township, NJ

Grassfield High School, Chesapeake, VA

2015 ADVISERS Kimberly Pinkham, Debbie Wesolek REPRESENTATIVE Terry McGovern People, Contrast, Eye Flow, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Quotes, Traditional, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Rachel Goodman REPRESENTATIVES Joe Boocks, Jay Hollis Student Life, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Cut-out Photo, Folio, Headline, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Rule Lines, Modular, Monochromatic


197 TALON The Harker Upper School San Jose, CA 2015 ADVISER Ellen Austin REPRESENTATIVE Laura Parker Student Life Contrast Eye Flow Hierarchy Space Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quotes Modular Monochromatic

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198 AERIE Mountain Vista High School Highlands Ranch, CO 2015 ADVISER Mark Newton REPRESENTATIVES Peter Griffin Chelsea Harlan Chronological Contrast Space Cut-out Photo Folio Graphic Accent Headline Photo Package Quick Read Quotes Rule Lines Modular Typographic Monochromatic


199 REFLECTIONS Naperville North High School Naperville, IL 2015 ADVISER Kristina Mazzaferro REPRESENTATIVE Lindsay Fleck Sports Contrast Eye Flow Repetition Space Folio Graphic Accent Headline Photo Package Photo Strip Quick Read Modular Monochromatic

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THE STORM

East Lincoln High School, Denver, NC

Desert Vista High School, Phoenix, AZ

2015 ADVISER Laurie Raeker | REPRESENTATIVE Alison Klopp Special Spreads, Contrast, Dominance, Background, Folio, Photo Illustration, Magazine Inspired, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Michelle Coro | REPRESENTATIVE Brent McCasland Sports, Eye Flow, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Quotes, Modular, Photo Intensive, Analogous


202 ENCORE Aurora High School Aurora, ON 2015 ADVISER Efrat Litvack REPRESENTATIVE Elaine Turcotte Special Spreads Contrast Background Cut-out Photo Photo Illustration Quick Read Quotes Rule Lines Scrapbook Triadic

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WATCHTOWER

Fort Dorchester High School, North Charleston, SC

Beverly Hills High School, Beverly Hills, CA

2015 ADVISER James Roller | REPRESENTATIVE John Bumgarner Sports, Contrast, Repetition, Background, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Quotes, Rule Lines, Modular, Triadic

2015 ADVISER Gaby Herbst | REPRESENTATIVES Luci Conlon, Mike Conlon Organizations, Contrast, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Repetition, Cut-out Photo, Folio, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quotes, Modular, Monochromatic


205 IMPRINTS Paul VI Catholic High School Fairfax, VA 2015 ADVISER Eileen Curren REPRESENTATIVE Jason Baranowski Opening/Closing Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Space Headline Magazine Inspired Monochromatic

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206 DROFLIM Milford High School Milford, OH 2015 ADVISER Joseph Claus REPRESENTATIVE Kari Whisler Sports Eye Flow Hierarchy Repetition Folio Photo Illustration Quick Read Quotes Scoreboard Magazine Inspired Monochromatic


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HARVARD 379

Signal Mountain Middle-High School, Signal Mountain, TN

Harvard Yearbook Publications, Cambridge, MA

2014 ADVISER Belinda Martin | REPRESENTATIVE Rebecca Kilday Chronological, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Cut-out Photo, Photo Package, Quick Read, Whole Book Link, Modular, Photo Intensive, Monochromatic

2015 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Eileen Storey | 2015 PRESIDENT Ryan Lee REPRESENTATIVE Tara Anderson Sports, Contrast, Dominance, Eye Flow, Space, Quick Read, Magazine Inspired, Monochromatic

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TSUNAMI

Washington-Lee High School, Arlington, VA

Gig Harbor High School, Gig Harbor, WA

2015 ADVISER Cat Misar | REPRESENTATIVE Jason Baranowski Special Spreads, Contrast, Repetition, Space, Cut-out Photo, Quick Read, Scrapbook, Triadic

2015 ADVISER Roland Smith | REPRESENTATIVE Jackie Paffrath Chronological, Repetition, Background, Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Quotes, Modular, Analogous


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TROJAN

Barbara Goleman Senior High School, Miami, FL

Jenks High School, Jenks, OK

2015 ADVISER Isabel Ojeda | REPRESENTATIVE Ched Chase Sports, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Cut-out Photo, Headline, Quick Read, Scoreboard, Magazine Inspired, Scrapbook, Typographic, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Shannon Fitzpatrick REPRESENTATIVES Ashley Featherston, Todd Featherston Student Life, Contrast, Dominance, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Repetition, Folio, Graphic Accent, Headline, Quick Read, Quotes, Traditional, Typographic, Monochromatic

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THE GRENADIER

Wylie East High School, Wylie, TX

Yorktown High School, Arlington Heights, VA

2015 ADVISER Casi Thedford | REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Organizations, Contrast, Dominance, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Repetition, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Photo Illustration, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Quotes, Whole Book Link, Modular, Photo Intensive, Black and White, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Millie Solomon | REPRESENTATIVE Jason Baranowski Reference, Eye Flow, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Traditional, Monochromatic


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OWN YOUR STORY HONORABLE MENTION | WE’RE GOING TO PLAYOFFS Brianna Rodrigue, photographer Christine Keyser-Fanick, adviser John Paul Stevens High School, San Antonio, TX Making the playoffs became a long-awaited reality for the Stevens High School [TX] Falcons as they dominated the Clark Cougars with a score of 38-15. Once the playoff run began, players put in extra time in the weight and film rooms to gain an advantage. As they advanced in the first-round of playoffs, the Falcons defeated the East Central Hornets, 52-22. The next playoff game was a big deal for the Falcons who would face the Reagan Rattlers at the Alamodome. The Falcon’s extra weight-room workouts and film-room sessions were evident on the field. However, during the fourth quarter, the Falcons dropped the ball on the final offensive snap of the season and lost, 31-38. The team finished with an 8-4 record, one of the best in school history.

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REFLECTIONS

St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes School, Alexandria, VA

Buford High School, Buford, GA

2015 ADVISER Kara Sandoval | REPRESENTATIVE Jason Baranowski Student Life, Contrast, Repetition, Headline, Photo Illustration, Quick Read, Photo Intensive, Typographic, Complementary

2015 ADVISERS Leah Curtright, Rebecca Moon REPRESENTATIVES Pat Cornelius & Associates Student Life, Dominance, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Cut-out Photo, Photo Package, Quick Read, Modular, Analogous

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CORNERSTONE

Burlington-Edison High School, Burlington, WA

Providence Christian Academy, Liburn, GA

2015 ADVISER Holly Wood | REPRESENTATIVE Jackie Paffrath Opening/Closing, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Background, Headline, Quotes, Traditional, Complementary

2015 ADVISER Lisa Brondyke | REPRESENTATIVES Pat Cornelius & Associates Chronological, Contrast, Dominance, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Repetition, Folio, Graphic Accent, Headline, Quotes, Modular, Monochromatic


219 AUGUSTAN Augusta High School, Augusta, KS 2015 ADVISER Julie Barker REPRESENTATIVE Travis Feil Chronological Dominance Eye Flow Space Cut-out Photo Photo Package Quotes Modular Analogous

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220 THE CORRAL Barrington High School Barrington, IL 2015 ADVISER Laura Minerua REPRESENTATIVE Lindsay Fleck Academics Contrast Dominance Eye Flow Repetition Graphic Accent Headline Photo Package Quick Read Quotes Rule Lines Modular Monochromatic


221 THE CARDINAL Camden Fairview High School Camden, AR 2015 ADVISER Anita Stafford REPRESENTATIVE Melissa Jones Student Life Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Headline Quick Read Quotes Modular Monochromatic

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BEYOND COMMON

Waynesboro Area High School, Waynesboro, PA

Valley View Middle School, Simi Valley, CA

2015 ADVISER Betsy Morningstar | REPRESENTATIVE Fred Reeping Student Life, Contrast, Eye Flow, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Headline, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Quotes, Modular, Photo Intensive, Complementary

2015 ADVISER Stasie Page Benghiat | REPRESENTATIVE Len Quinlan Reference, Eye Flow, Repetition, Cut-out Photo, Folio, Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Traditional, Triadic


224 OUACHITONIAN Ouachita Baptist University Arkdelphia, AR 2015 ADVISER Dr. Deborah Root REPRESENTATIVE Natasha Durham People Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Photo Illustration Magazine Inspired Monochromatic

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SAKAMOW

Holy Cross High School, Delran, NJ

Riverside High School, Greer, SC

2015 ADVISERS Cheryl Achorn, Kelly Cray | REPRESENTATIVE Terry McGovern Student Life, Contrast, Eye Flow, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Modular, Photo Intensive, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Katrina Hester | REPRESENTATIVE Andrew Bell Student Life, Contrast, Dominance, Eye Flow, Folio, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Quotes, Whole Book Link, Modular, Traditional, Complementary


227 THE LEGACY Dutch Fork High School Irmo, SC 2015 ADVISER Deborah Gascon REPRESENTATIVE David Patrick Sports Contrast Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Space Cut-out Photo Photo Strip Quick Read Whole Book Link Traditional Monochromatic

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228 HILLTOPPER Clarkston High School Clarkston, MI 2015 ADVISER Michael Comos REPRESENTATIVE Mike Page Student Life Contrast Dominance Eye Flow Hierarchy Repetition Space Cut-out Photo Headline Photo Package Photo Strip Quick Read Quotes Rule Lines Whole Book LInk Modular Typographic Complementary


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Pinkerton Academy, Derry, NH

Robert L. Patton High School, Morganton, NC

2015 ADVISER Timothy Cain | REPRESENTATIVE Ellen Wing Chronological, Contrast, Repetition, Folio, Headline, Photo Package, Quotes, Modular, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Annette Ramsey | REPRESENTATIVE Stephanie Clark Sports, Contrast, Eye Flow, Repetition, Cut-out Photo, Photo Illustration, Photo Package, Quick Read, Photo Intensive, Traditional, Black and White, Monochromatic

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EPILOGUE

Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

Apex High School, Apex, NC

2015 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Cooper Franks | REPRESENTATIVE Brian Fessler Academics, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Background, Rule Lines, Magazine Inspired, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Christopher Stapleton REPRESENTATIVES Kristin Stimmell, Kim Trezona People, Contrast, Dominance, Eye Flow, Repetition, Space, Quick Read, Quotes, Magazine Inspired, Monochromatic


233 THE RATTLER Union Mine High School El Dorado, CA 2015 ADVISER Susan Sager REPRESENTATIVE Jan Moore Dividers Contrast Dominance Repetition Background Folio Graphic Accent Headline Photo Illustration Photo Strip Rule Lines Magazine Inspired Black and White Monochromatic

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234 STETSON Liberal Arts and Science Academy High School/ Lyndon Baines Johnson Early College High School Austin, TX 2015 ADVISER Yasemin Florey REPRESENTATIVE Brad Golub Student Life Eye Flow Repetition Photo Package Quick Read Quotes Modular Photo Intensive Analogous


235 TURNING OVER A NEW LEAF Desert Ridge Junior High School, Mesa, AZ 2015 ADVISER Chad Steger REPRESENTATIVE Brent McCasland Student Life Contrast Folio Headline Photo Package Rule Lines Modular Monochromatic

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236 CYNOSURE Gilman School Baltimore, MD 2015 ADVISERS Cesare Ciccanti Amy Huntoon REPRESENTATIVE Chuck Sabia People Contrast Eye Flow Hierarchy Repetition Cut-out Photo Photo Package Quick Read Magazine Inspired Photo Intensive Complementary


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LEGACY

North Cobb High School, Kennesaw, GA

Lakeview Centennial High School, Garland, TX

2015 ADVISER Jan Husband | REPRESENTATIVES Pat Cornelius & Associates Opening/Closing, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Quotes, Magazine Inspired, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Jenny Burns | REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Chronological, Dominance, Photo Illustration, Photo Package, Quotes, Whole Book Link, Modular, Photo Intensive, Monochromatic

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MEMORIES IN MOTION

Harlem High School, McChesney Park, IL

Kaiserslautern Middle School, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany

2015 ADVISER Kelly Engler | REPRESENTATIVE Patrick Rand Student Life, Contrast, Hierarchy, Repetition, Space, Headline, Photo Illustration, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Rule Lines, Whole Book Link, Magazine Inspired, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Sarah Lang | REPRESENTATIVE Kerri Dolena People, Contrast, Eye Flow, Cut-out Photo, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Quotes, Whole Book Link, Photo Intensive, Triadic


241 COROLLA University of Alabama Tuscaloosa, AL VICE PRESIDENT OF UNIVERSITY RELATIONS Deborah Lane REPRESENTATIVE Jeremy Grubbs Sports Contrast Repetition Space Graphic Accent Photo Illustration Photo Package Quick Read Magazine Inspired Black and White Monochromatic

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242 THE SPARTAN Leading Edge Academy –  Gilbert Early College Gilbert, AZ 2015 ADVISER Katie Bradley REPRESENTATIVE Brent McCasland Special Spreads Eye Flow Cut-out Photo Graphic Accent Photo Package Quotes Modular Photo Intensive Complementary


243 CULMEN Scotch PlainsFanwood High School Scotch Plains, NJ 2015 ADVISERS Julie Borkowski Amy Rutkowski REPRESENTATIVE Bonnie Blackman Sports Dominance Eye Flow Cut-out Photo Photo Package Quick Read Quotes Modular Monochromatic

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ROSETTE

Mahomet-Seymour High School, Mahomet, IL

Willow Springs Middle School, Lucas, TX

2015 ADVISER Stacy Carolan | REPRESENTATIVE Conor O’Brien Sports, Contrast, Repetition, Folio, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Rule Lines, Scoreboard, Modular, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Nicole Sanders | REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Dividers, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Background, Graphic Accent, Headline, Photo Illustration, Whole Book Link, Magazine Inspired, Monochromatic


246 THE PROWLER Lake Norman High School Mooresville, NC 2015 ADVISER Carrie Hall REPRESENTATIVE Alison Klopp Student Life Contrast Eye Flow Hierarchy Repetition Folio Graphic Accent Photo Package Photo Strip Whole Book Link Modular Monochromatic

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THE TALON

Green Hope High School, Cary, NC

Caldwell Academy, Greensboro, NC

2015 ADVISER Clarke Weeks | REPRESENTATIVES Kristin Stimmell, Kim Trezona Sports, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Space, Cut-out Photo, Folio, Graphic Accent, Headline, Photo Illustration, Photo Package, Quick Read, Scoreboard, Modular, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Elizabeth Roberts | REPRESENTATIVE Joe Elmore Sports, Contrast, Eye Flow, Space, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Rule Lines, Magazine Inspired, Monochromatic


249 THE LION John L. McClellan High School Little Rock, AR 2015 ADVISER Roy Vaughn REPRESENTATIVE Natasha Durham Dividers Contrast Dominance Eye Flow Hierarchy Repetition Space Headline Photo Illustration Photo Strip Quick Read Rule Lines Magazine Inspired Typographic Monochromatic

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250 THE BADGER Lampasas High School Lampasas, TX 2015 ADVISER Beth Franklin REPRESENTATIVE Brad Golub Sports Eye Flow Hierarchy Repetition Photo Package Photo Strip Quick Read Rule Lines Scoreboard Modular Analogous


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THE LEGEND

Stigler Public Schools, Stigler, OK

Harrison High School, Evansville, IN

2015 ADVISER Mitchell Bird | REPRESENTATIVE Leslie Hull People, Repetition, Background, Folio, Graphic Accent, Headline, Photo Illustration, Traditional, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Krista Tedrow | REPRESENTATIVE Cam Bardwell Reference, Contrast, Eye Flow, Background, Folio, Traditional, Monochromatic

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IRISH PRIDE

Byron High School, Byron, IL

Father Ryan High School, Nashville, TN

2015 ADVISER Adam Gura | REPRESENTATIVE Keri Lange Special Spreads, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Space, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Headline, Photo Illustration, Photo Package, Quotes, Magazine Inspired, Modular, Black and White, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Dina Tate | REPRESENTATIVE Ben Wade Sports, Contrast, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Repetition, Folio, Graphic Accent, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Quotes, Scoreboard, Whole Book Link, Modular, Analogous


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LAUREATE

Casa Grande High School, Petaluma, CA

Lakeland Regional High School, Wanaque, NJ

2015 ADVISER Janine Bender | REPRESENTATIVE Sheri Scott Special Spread, Dominance, Eye Flow, Repetition, Photo Package, Quick Read, Modular, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Andrew Truong | REPRESENTATIVE Tim McGovern Organizations, Contrast, Eye Flow, Repetition, Photo Strip, Rule Lines, Traditional, Monochromatic

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THE SMILODON

Rosman Middle & High School, Rosman, NC

Southmoore High School, Moore, OK

2015 ADVISER Tammy Hall | REPRESENTATIVE Dustin Cox Student Life, Contrast, Background, Headline, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Modular, Photo Intensive, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Teresa Murphree | REPRESENTATIVE Bart Baker Academics, Dominance, Eye Flow, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Quotes, Rule Lines, Traditional, Complementary


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OWN YOUR STORY HONORABLE MENTION | STAR SPANGLED SOLO Sara Boone, photographer Mandy Evans, adviser d’Iberville High School, d’Iberville, MS When he was nine years old, Roman Castaneda began learning the guitar by playing a Wii game. “Of all art forms, music really brings out who you are,” explains Roman. During his sophomore year, he asked the principal to play the national anthem during one of the pep rallies. Time after time, Castaneda played at pep rallies until, eventually, he played for his biggest audience ever — the crowd at a Friday night football game. As everyone stood and the marching band played a drumroll, Castaneda took one final moment of preparation and started to strum the familiar song. JROTC, flying the colors, set fireworks off under the Friday night lights. Near the end of the song, the student section began to sing along. “It is no doubt stressful to play in front of that many people because I didn’t want to mess up on a song that represents the entire country. It really is an honor and a burden at the same time.”

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CATS PAW

Old Bridge High School, Matawan, NJ

Lexington High School, Lexington, SC

2015 ADVISER Sean Garrett | REPRESENTATIVE Mike Cannon Student Life, Contrast, Dominance, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Space, Cut-out Photo, Folio, Photo Package, Traditional, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Amanda Hajji | REPRESENTATIVE David Patrick Sports, Dominance, Eye Flow, Repetition, Folio, Graphic Accent, Headline, Quotes, Modular, Monochromatic

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SUMMARIUM

Greenbrier Christian Academy, Chesapeake, VA

Summerfield High School, Petersburg, MI

2015 ADVISER Katie Castelow | REPRESENTATIVES Joe Boocks, Jay Hollis Student Life, Eye Flow, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Headline, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Modular, Photo Intensive, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Kendra Dafoe | REPRESENTATIVE Steve Dufrane Sports, Contrast, Eye Flow, Repetition, Cut-out Photo, Headline, Photo Illustration, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Quotes, Rule Lines, Modular, Monochromatic


263 YOU HAD TO BE THERE Mills Park Middle School Cary, NC 2015 ADVISER Laura Dowd REPRESENTATIVES Kristin Stimmell Kim Trezona People Contrast Dominance Eye Flow Repetition Cut-out Photo Quick Read Magazine Inspired Monochromatic

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264 PAWPRINTS Ursuline Academy Cincinnati, OH 2015 ADVISER Ann Brinkmann REPRESENTATIVE Kari Whisler Chronological Eye Flow Hierarchy Space Folio Headline Photo Package Quick Read Modular Photo Intensive Analogous


265 ANIMO Franklin County High School Rocky Mount, VA 2015 ADVISERS Ray Cox Beth Ann Deems REPRESENTATIVE Andrew Greene Sports Eye Flow Repetition Space Cut-out Photo Photo Package Quick Read Quotes Rule Lines Modular Monochromatic

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PEERAGE

THE PACK

Prince George High School, Prince George, VA

White Knoll High School, Lexington, SC

2015 ADVISER Chris Waugaman | REPRESENTATIVES Joe Boocks, Jay Hollis Student Life, Dominance, Hierarchy, Space, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Whole Book Link, Modular, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Shandon Shoaf | REPRESENTATIVE David Patrick Sports, Contrast, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Photo Illustration, Quick Read, Quotes, Modular, Monochromatic


268 ARROW LIFE Broken Arrow High School Broken Arrow, OK 2015 ADVISER Ashley Spencer REPRESENTATIVES Ashley Featherston Todd Featherston Dividers Dominance Eye Flow Repetition Space Graphic Accent Quick Read Whole Book Link Magazine Inspired Analogous

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IMPRINTS

Coal Ridge Middle School, Longmont, CO

Northwood High School, Pittsboro, NC

2015 ADVISER Adam Wellington | REPRESENTATIVE Dana Weiss Academics, Dominance, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Repetition, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Whole Book Link, Modular, Photo Intensive, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Cassie Faris REPRESENTATIVES Kristin Stimmell, Kim Trezona Academics, Contrast, Eye Flow, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Quotes, Whole Book Link, Modular, Photo Intensive, Complementary


271 OUR STATUS Blackfoot High School Blackfoot, ID 2015 ADVISER Teresa Gallegos REPRESENTATIVE Virginia Cotter-Wilson People Contrast Eye Flow Cut-out Photo Quick Read Quotes Traditional Analogous

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272 THE SHORELINE Standley Lake High School Westminster, CO 2015 ADVISER Jill Esposito REPRESENTATIVE Dana Weiss Sports Contrast Eye Flow Hierarchy Repetition Graphic Accent Headline Photo Package Quick Read Quotes Scoreboard Modular Typographic Complementary


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REBELATION

Danville Area High School, Danville, PA

Champlin Park High School, Champlin, MN

2015 ADVISER Heather Kepler | REPRESENTATIVE Kenny Lockard Student Life, Contrast, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Photo Illustration, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Quotes, Traditional, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Liz Keeling | REPRESENTATIVE Mike Pankoff People, Contrast, Repetition, Folio, Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Magazine Inspired, Monochromatic

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THE PURPLE & WHITE

EPIC

Pittsburg High School, Pittsburg, KS

Bernalillo High School, Bernalillo, NM

2014 ADVISER Emily Smith | REPRESENTATIVE Tom Shields Chronological, Dominance, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Space, Cut-out Photo, Folio, Photo Package, Quotes, Traditional, Analogous

2015 ADVISER Nina Quintana | REPRESENTATIVE Mary Bunch Sports, Contrast, Dominance, Eye Flow, Repetition, Space, Cut-out Photo, Folio, Graphic Accent, Photo Illustration, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Rule Lines, Magazine Inspired, Modular, Black and White, Monochromatic


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LUCKY BAG

Morenci High School, Morenci, MI

United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD

2015 ADVISER Heather Walker | REPRESENTATIVE Rianne Price Organizations, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Repetition, Graphic Accent, Photo Strip, Rule Lines, Whole Book Link, Modular, Photo Intensive, Triadic

2014 ADVISER Commander Julie Shank REPRESENTATIVES George Fold, Steve Sweet Sports, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Folio, Headline, Quick Read, Scoreboard, Modular, Monochromatic

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VERKANA

Mountain View High School, Meridian, ID

Komachin Middle School, Lacey, WA

2015 ADVISER Terra Frei | REPRESENTATIVE Virginia Cotter-Wilson Sports, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Repetition, Space, Graphic Accent, Quick Read, Quotes, Rule Lines, Scoreboard, Modular, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Kate Reece | REPRESENTATIVE Jackie Paffrath People, Contrast, Repetition, Folio, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Quotes, Photo Intensive, Monochromatic


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OWN YOUR STORY HONORABLE MENTION | TINY LEADER Austin Martinez, photographer Julie Goldstein, adviser Green Valley High School, Henderson, NV Blaine Thompson was a math teacher at Green Valley High School [NV] for 20 years and the track coach for 17 years. During Thanksgiving weekend in 2014, he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. It took him nearly two months to share the news with his students, who rallied behind the beloved teacher and coach. On Jan. 17, the track team organized a Root Beer Mile fundraiser for his medical funds. Track teams from around the district joined the students and staff by chugging a cup of root beer with each mile they ran. The entire community participated in this event that raised more than $8,000 for Thompson. Running was his greatest passion, and even from the hospital bed he was able to share that joy with the thousands of people who surrounded him. Although Thompson lost his battle the day after this great success, the efforts from the fundraiser made the loss that his wife and children faced slightly easier to bear, at least financially.

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THE TIGER

Northside Christian School, North Charleston, SC

Edwardsville High School, Edwardsville, IL

2015 ADVISER Terri Richards | REPRESENTATIVE John Bumgarner People, Contrast, Eye Flow, Repetition, Photo Illustration, Quick Read, Rule Lines, Scrapbook, Typographic, Complementary

2015 ADVISERS Lauren Mudge, Amanda Thrun | REPRESENTATIVE Ed Sugden Dividers, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Background, Headline, Photo Illustration, Quick Read, Quotes, Rule Lines, Magazine Inspired, Black and White, Monochromatic

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EXCALIBUR

Northview High School, Johns Creek, GA

Rialto High School, Rialto, CA

2015 ADVISER Brian Rawlin | REPRESENTATIVES Pat Cornelius & Associates Academics, Contrast, Hierarchy, Cut-out Photo, Headline, Photo Illustration, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Modular, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Jennifer Thompson | REPRESENTATIVE Chris Joy Student Life, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Space, Graphic Accent, Photo Illustration, Photo Package, Magazine Inspired, Monochromatic


285 THE LEGACY Carl Harrison High School Kennesaw, GA 2015 ADVISER Marie Bruner REPRESENTATIVES Pat Cornelius & Associates Dividers Dominance Hierarchy Repetition Space Graphic Accent Photo Illustration Quick Read Quotes Magazine Inspired Monochromatic

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286 PALLADIUM Castro Valley High School Castro Valley, CA 2015 ADVISER Michelle Carmon REPRESENTATIVE Tammy Whitaker Student Life Eye Flow Hierarchy Space Graphic Accent Photo Package Modular Photo Intensive Monochromatic


287 THE LION Searcy High School Searcy, AR 2015 ADVISER Shannon Holeyfield REPRESENTATIVE Natasha Durham People Contrast Eye Flow Repetition Cut-out Photo Quick Read Quotes Rule Lines Modular Monochromatic

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VANGUARD

Cedar Ridge High School, Hillsborough, NC

Valley Christian High School, San Jose, CA

2015 ADVISER Erin Bradley | REPRESENTATIVES Kristin Stimmell, Kim Trezona Dividers, Contrast, Eye Flow, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Photo Illustration, Quick Read, Photo Intensive, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Liz Fenwick | REPRESENTATIVE Michael Zaher Dividers, Contrast, Dominance, Eye Flow, Repetition, Background, Headline, Photo Illustration, Quick Read, Rule Lines, Magazine Inspired, Black and White, Monochromatic


290 BUZZ Bryant Freshman Academy Bryant, AR 2015 ADVISER Lisa Stine REPRESENTATIVE Natasha Durham Student Life Contrast Eye Flow Hierarchy Repetition Space Cut-out Photo Folio Graphic Accent Photo Package Quick Read Quotes Rule Lines Modular Triadic

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THE TALON

THE REPLAY

Fredericksburg Academy, Fredericksburg, VA

Texas Academy of Math and Science, Denton, TX

2015 ADVISER Susanne Nobles | REPRESENTATIVE Jeff Carns Student Life, Dominance, Eye Flow, Space, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Quick Read, Whole Book Link, Modular, Photo Intensive, Analogous

2015 ADVISER Sienna Riehle | REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Special Spreads, Contrast, Dominance, Background, Cut-out Photo, Folio, Graphic Accent, Magazine Inspired, Monochromatic


293 WINGS Eaglecrest High School Centennial, CO 2015 ADVISER Karen Slusher REPRESENTATIVES Peter Griffin Chelsea Harlan Chronological Eye Flow Hierarchy Space Photo Package Quick Read Quotes Whole Book Link Modular Photo Intensive Monochromatic

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294 WINGSPAN Fivay High School Hudson, FL 2015 ADVISER Tom Kovack REPRESENTATIVE Jim Reppi People Contrast Hierarchy Repetition Cut-out Photo Headline Photo Illustration Photo Strip Quick Read Quotes Rule Lines Whole Book Link Magazine Inspired Photo Intensive Black and White Monochromatic


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TREASURE CHEST

Parkway Middle School, La Mesa, CA

Randall High School, Amarillo, TX

2015 ADVISER Stacey Leichtamer | REPRESENTATIVE Trey Locke Student Life, Contrast, Repetition, Folio, Graphic Accent, Headline, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Whole Book Link, Modular, Analogous

2015 ADVISER Amy Neese | REPRESENTATIVE Jim Hill Special Spreads, Dominance, Repetition, Background, Headline, Photo Illustration, Quick Read, Photo Intensive, Scrapbook, Typographic, Monochromatic

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EL GABILAN

THE TERRITORY

Salinas High School, Salinas, CA

Byron Nelson High School, Trophy Club, TX

2015 ADVISER Jessica Rodgers | REPRESENTATIVE Melissa Ann Pfeiffer Opening/Closing, Contrast, Dominance, Repetition, Background, Graphic Accent, Photo Illustration, Quick Read, Quotes, Rule Lines, Whole Book Link, Traditional, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Chrissie Morgan REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Chronological, Contrast, Space, Folio, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Modular, Photo Intensive, Typographic, Monochromatic


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WARRIOR

Walter Hines Page High School, Greensboro, NC

Rock Academy, San Diego, CA

2015 ADVISER Matthew Rickard | REPRESENTATIVE Joe Elmore Sports, Contrast, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Repetition, Space, Headline, Photo Package, Quotes, Rule Lines, Scoreboard, Modular, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Erika Lin Payne | REPRESENTATIVE Darla Berkel People, Contrast, Eye Flow, Space, Cut-out Photo, Graphic Accent, Photo Illustration, Magazine Inspired, Scrapbook, Monochromatic

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EATONIAN

Novi High School, Novi, MI

Eaton High School, Eaton, CO

2014 ADVISER Lydia Cadena | REPRESENTATIVE Mike Page Chronological, Dominance, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Space, Photo Illustration, Photo Package, Quick Read, Rule Lines, Modular, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Meredith Kirby | REPRESENTATIVE Dana Weiss People, Contrast, Dominance, Eye Flow, Hierarchy, Repetition, Space, Background, Headline, Photo Illustration, Photo Package, Rule Lines, Magazine Inspired, Black and White, Monochromatic


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OWN YOUR STORY HONORABLE MENTION | MUSIC MAKES MUSIC Polina Skumatova, photographer Rosemary Kean-Walsh, adviser Legacy High School, North Las Vegas, NV Music makes music. Isn’t it true? Most musicians find inspiration in something they’ve already heard — whether it is a song of a bird or an intro by a band they like. This picture captures the glaring eyes of inspired children at Legacy High School [NV] during the concert of the “Going Second” band, which was touring and promoting the importance of music and music education.


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EL ARROYO

Aptos High School, Aptos, CA

Harlingen High School, Harlingen, TX

2015 ADVISER Stacy Aronovici | REPRESENTATIVE Melissa Ann Pfeiffer Sports, Contrast, Eye Flow, Repetition, Folio, Graphic Accent, Headline, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Quotes, Scoreboard, Modular, Photo Intensive, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Lynda Gonzalez | REPRESENTATIVE Kandis Bernal Student Life, Contrast, Dominance, Hierarchy, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Magazine Inspired, Modular, Typographic, Monochromatic

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THE DUKE

Hastings High School, Hastings, MN

Windsor High School, Windsor, VA

2015 ADVISER Jodi Shelhamer | REPRESENTATIVE Jeff Fallon Sports, Dominance, Hierarchy, Repetition, Background, Quick Read, Traditional, Complementary

2015 ADVISER Cassandra Presson | REPRESENTATIVES Joe Boocks, Jay Hollis Special Spreads, Contrast, Eye Flow, Repetition, Headline, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Modular, Analogous


307 PANTHER PRIDE Plano East Senior High School Plano, TX 2015 ADVISER Abby Cole REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Special Spreads Contrast Hierarchy Repetition Background Graphic Accent Headline Photo Illustration Magazine Inspired Typographic Black and White

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308 ENKANOCA Enka High School Candler, NC 2015 ADVISER Joan Hoffman REPRESENTATIVE Dustin Cox Student Life Contrast Dominance Eye Flow Hierarchy Space Cut-out Photo Photo Package Quick Read Magazine Inspired Modular Photo Intensive Monochromatic


309 MONTIVAGUS Los Osos High School Rancho Cucamonga, CA 2015 ADVISER Lori Rannis REPRESENTATIVE Barbara Makros Student Life Contrast Eye Flow Folio Photo Package Photo Strip Quick Read Whole Book Link Modular Photo Intensive Scrapbook Analogous

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THE WIZARD

Commack High School, Commack, NY

Windsor High School, Windsor, CO

2015 ADVISER Christina Semple | REPRESENTATIVE Matt Stucchio Student Life, Repetition, Folio, Photo Package, Quotes, Traditional, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Anne Sutton | REPRESENTATIVE Dana Weiss Special Spreads, Contrast, Dominance, Eye Flow, Repetition, Photo Illustration, Photo Package, Photo Strip, Photo Intensive, Triadic


312 FRAGMENTS Sims Middle School Pace, FL 2015 ADVISER Stacy Grice REPRESENTATIVE Steve Wingbermuehle Special Spreads Contrast Eye Flow Repetition Cut-out Photo Folio Graphic Accent Headline Quick Read Rule Lines Magazine Inspired Modular Scrapbook Analogous

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THE LEGEND

Christian Life Schools, Rockford, IL

Walton High School, Marietta, GA

2015 ADVISER Sarah Waldron | REPRESENTATIVE Patrick Rand Student Life, Contrast, Repetition, Headline, Photo Illustration, Photo Package, Quick Read, Quotes, Modular, Photo Intensive, Monochromatic

2015 ADVISER Roberta Manheim REPRESENTATIVES Pat Cornelius & Associates Dividers, Contrast, Dominance, Background, Photo Illustration, Magazine Inspired, Monochromatic


SEASON 2 | EPISODE 11

We [gen iY] are standing up. We are protesting against wrongs. We are making a difference. We are inspired and inspiring.

— Riley Westerholt, recent high school graduate and slam poet


COVER GALLERY Designs that stand out. Created

by inspired yearbook

staffs from across the country.


1 THE TALON Vista del Lago High School, Folsom, CA 2015 ADVISER Janice Johnson | REPRESENTATIVE Bryan Durda Embossed, Burnishing, Foil, Silk-Screening

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2 VALHALLAN

William Fremd High School Palatine, IL 2015 ADVISER Amanda Ganas REPRESENTATIVE Regina Murray Embossed, Foil, Metalay, Quarterbinding, Silk-Screening

3 CELEBRATION

University of Calgary Cumming School of Medicine Calgary, AB 2015 EDITORS-IN-CHIEF Sam Montasser, Stuart Wiber REPRESENTATIVE Becky Radchenko Embossed, Foil, Graining, Quarterbinding

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THE MOUNTAINEER

2015 ADVISER Brian Schwartz REPRESENTATIVES Joe Boocks, Jay Hollis Embossed, Graining (Cutout), Quarterbinding, Silk-Screening

2015 ADVISER Tammy Bates REPRESENTATIVE Dustin Cox Embossed, Foil, Precision Cut Textured Foil

Princess Anne High School Virginia Beach, VA

Tuscola High School Waynesville, NC


6 THE VIEW Rossview High School, Clarksville, TN 2015 ADVISER Pollyanna Parker | REPRESENTATIVE Doug Nyberg Embossed, Foil, Silk-Screening, Tip-on (Lenticular)

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7 GLENALOG

8 ARCHIVE

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9 OLMPIAN

10 MAHISCAN

Glen Ridge High School Glen Ridge, NJ

Bishop Gorman High School Las Vegas, NV

Mountain Brook High School Mountain Brook, AL

Mamaroneck High School Mamaroneck, NY

2015 ADVISER Vincent Timpanaro REPRESENTATIVE Tim McGovern Embossed, Foil, Metalay

2015 ADVISER Marc Sayre 2015 STUDENT ADVISER Morgan Lombardo REPRESENTATIVES Judy Allen, Michele Allen Embossed, Foil, Graining (Cutout), Overtone Rub

2015 ADVISER Jill McGee REPRESENTATIVE Jeremy Grubbs Embossed, Burnishing, Silk-Screening

2015 ADVISER Carol Scheffler REPRESENTATIVE Todd Schoenherr Embossed, Burnishing, Silk-Screening


11 THE STAMPEDE IDEA Quest Academy and College Preparatory, Edinburg, TX 2015 ADVISER Aaron Baldwin | REPRESENTATIVE Kandis Bernai Embossed, Graining (Cutout), Precision Cut, Silk-Screening

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12 SHALOM

13 YELLOW JACKET

14 YEJACKA

15 BENGAL

Paul VI High School Haddonfield, NJ

Hayesville High School Hayesville, NC

Fort Mill High School Fort Mill, SC

Tabb High School Yorktown, VA

2015 ADVISER Diana Rankin REPRESENTATIVE Terry McGovern Embossed, Burnishing, Silk-Screening

2015 ADVISER Carla Beck REPRESENTATIVE Dustin Cox Embossed, Silk-Screening

2015 ADVISER Brian Kivett REPRESENTATIVE Andrew Bell Embossed, Silk-Screening, Tip-on (Photo)

2015 ADVISER Melinda Schenkkan REPRESENTATIVES Joe Boocks, Jay Hollis Screened, Foil, Graining (Cutout), Quarterbinding, Silk-Screening


16 THE FLIGHT Briar Woods High School, Ashburn, VA 2015 ADVISER Cristina Mai | REPRESENTATIVE Jason Baranowski Screened, Burnishing, Precision Cut, Silk-Screening

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17 THE EAGLE

Belen High School Belen, NM 2015 ADVISER Egan Ulbright REPRESENTATIVE Mary Bunch Screened, Precision Cut, Silk-Screening

18 PHOENIX

Davie County Early College High School Mocksville, NC 2015 ADVISER Joni Russell REPRESENTATIVE Matthew Sheets Screened, Precision Cut, Silk-Screening

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20 LEGADO

Victor High School Victor, NY

East Mountain High School Sandia Park, NM

2015 ADVISERS Dave Denner, Heather Zollo REPRESENTATIVE Matt Crafts Screened, Burnishing, Silk-Screening

2014 ADVISER Lori Webster REPRESENTATIVE Mary Bunch Screened, Foil, Silk-Screening


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21 ENDEAVOR

22 LEONID

23 BIFROST

24 VESPA

John Hersey High School Arlington Heights, IL

The Lovett School Atlanta, GA

Vanguard College Preparatory School Waco, TX

Enterprise High School Redding, CA

2015 ADVISER Patty Merris REPRESENTATIVE Regina Murray Litho/Litho Combo, Silk-Screening, Gloss Lamination

2015 ADVISER Perry McIntyre REPRESENTATIVES Pat Cornelius & Associates Embossed, Graining, Overtone Rub

2015 ADVISER Gretchen Eichenberg REPRESENTATIVE Brad Golub Litho/Litho Combo, Embossing, Aqueous Coating

2015 ADVISER Jill Hardy REPRESENTATIVE Jane Kilgore Embossed, Silk-Screening, Tip-on (Chenille Letter)


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25 BOMBER

Mountain Home High School – Career Academies Mountain Home, AR 2015 ADVISER Jennifer Seaman REPRESENTATIVE Stacy Harrington Litho/Litho Combo, Embossing, Graining (Cutout), Super Matte Lamination

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ABOVE & BEYOND THE SILVER LINING

Todd County Central High School Elkton, KY 2015 ADVISER Kim Wofford REPRESENTATIVE Doug Nyberg Litho/Litho Combo, Facet Foil Debossing, Foil, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

Anzar High School San Juan Bautista, CA

2015 ADVISER Nick Lovejoy REPRESENTATIVE Melissa Ann Pfeiffer Embossed, Graining (Cutout), Metalay, Silk-Screening

28 TAPS

Clemson University Clemson, SC 2015 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Tracy Bennett STUDENT MEDIA DIRECTOR Jackie Alexander REPRESENTATIVE Luke Samples Embossed, Burnishing, Foil


29 EVERGREEN Durham Adademy, Durham, NC 2015 ADVISER Greg Murray | REPRESENTATIVES Kristin Stimmell, Kim Trezona Embossed, Precision Cut, Silk-Screening

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30 OBSERVATORY

31 VOYAGER

32 DIY

33 TROJAN

The Bronx High School of Science Bronx, NY

Lied Middle School Las Vegas, NV

Langley Fine Arts School Fort Langley, BC

Center Grove High School Greenwood, IN

2015 ADVISER Alex Thorp REPRESENTATIVE Matt Stucchio Screened, Foil, Silk-Screening

2015 ADVISER Lyn Acebo REPRESENTATIVES Judy Allen, Michelle Allen Screened, Foil, Silk-Screening

2015 ADVISER Donna Usher REPRESENTATIVE Rachel Anderson-Lee Screened, Silk-Screening

2015 ADVISER Melissa Warner REPRESENTATIVE Martha Harms Screened, Silk-Screening


34 THE VIKING The Village School, Houston, TX 2015 ADVISER Alicia Merrifield | REPRESENTATIVE Donna Magana Screened, Precision Cut, Silk-Screening

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36 HYPERION

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38 VANTAGE POINT

Sands Secondary School Delta, BC

William A. Hough High School Cornelius, NC

Hawthorne Christian Academy Hawthorne, NJ

Johns Creek High School Johns Creek, GA

2015 ADVISER Ryan Evans REPRESENTATIVE Rachel Anderson-Lee Screened, Silk-Screening

2015 ADVISER Marcille Nance REPRESENTATIVE Alison Klopp Litho/Litho Combo, Embossing, Graining (Cutout), Quarterbinding, Silk-Screening, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Ellen Pelliccio REPRESENTATIVE Tim McGovern Litho/Litho Combo, Graining (Cutout), Precision Cut, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Michelle Morris REPRESENTATIVES Pat Cornelius & Associates Litho/Litho Combo, Precision Cut, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination


39 THE AERIE Holly Springs High School, Holly Springs, NC 2015 ADVISER Kevin Chamberlain | REPRESENTATIVES Kristin Stimmell, Kim Trezona Screened, Precision Cut, Silk-Screening

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40 THE PANTHER

41 EXCALIBUR

42 THE ECHO

43 AKELA

R.L. Paschal High School Fort Worth, TX

Bishop Montgomery High School Torrance, CA

Elkins Pointe Middle School Roswell, GA

John Burroughs High School Burbank, CA

2015 ADVISER Brandon Wheatley REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Litho/Litho Combo, Precision Cut, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER John Hong REPRESENTATIVES Jonathan Molvik, Steve Wagner Litho/Litho Combo, Precision Cut, Spot UV, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Marcie Suckow REPRESENTATIVES Pat Cornelius & Associates Litho/Litho Combo, Precision Cut, Gloss Lamination

2015 ADVISER Todd Berry REPRESENTATIVES Luci Conlon, Mike Conlon Litho/Litho Combo, Precision Cut, Gloss Lamination


44 OUR TARTANS Metropolitan Preparatory Academy, Toronto, ON 2014 ADVISER Lisa Bettencourt | REPRESENTATIVE Mary Marrin-Cross Screened, Precision Cut, Silk-Screening

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45 SIMPLE

46 EXCALIBUR

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48 ELKONIAN

R.A. McMath Secondary School Richmond, BC

Hollis Brookline High School Hollis, NH

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

Centerville High School Centerville, OH

2015 ADVISER Anil Sharma REPRESENTATIVE Leah King Litho/Litho Combo, Embossing, Foil, Tip-on (Lenticular), Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISERS Lin Illingworth, Brigitte MacMillan REPRESENTATIVE Corey LaRoche Litho/Litho Combo, Embossing, Graining (Cutout), Silk-Screening, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Teresa Blakeney REPRESENTATIVE Julie Maddaleni Litho/Litho Combo, Debossing, Tip-on (Spinner), Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Colleen Sanders REPRESENTATIVE Donny Boyd Litho/Litho Combo, Embossing, Graining (Cutout), Matte Lamination


49 [PEMICAN] High Point Central High School, High Point, NC 2015 ADVISER Hardy Floyd | REPRESENTATIVE Joe Elmore Screened, Foil, Silk-Screening

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THROUGH OUR EYES Del Valle High School Del Valle, TX

Murphy High School Mobile, AL

Calhoun High School Port Lavaca, TX

2015 ADVISERS David Barringer, Karen Bowman REPRESENTATIVE Alison Klopp Litho/Litho Combo, Embossing, Graining (Cutout), Precision Cut, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Louis Plumley REPRESENTATIVE Brad Golub Litho/Litho Combo, Graining (Cutout), Precision Cut, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Barbara Bateman REPRESENTATIVE Chris Creswell Litho/Litho Combo, Embossing, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Amanda Bird REPRESENTATIVE Donna Magana Litho/Litho Combo, Embossing, Super Matte Lamination

Woodlawn School Mooresville, NC

52 MOHIAN

53 BREAKER


54 CAVALEON Coral Gables Senior High School, Coral Gables, FL 2015 ADVISER Ana Zuniga | REPRESENTATIVE Ched Chase Litho/Litho Combo, Embossing, Foil, Graining (Cutout), Precision Cut, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

COVER GALLERY

55 CITADEL

Irvine High School Irvine, CA 2015 ADVISER Erika Perales REPRESENTATIVES Jonathan Molvik, Steve Wagner Litho/Litho Combo, Embossing, Matte Lamination

56 VERITAS

Saint Thomas Aquinas Regional Catholic High School Hammond, LA 2015 ADVISER Michelle Chauvin REPRESENTATIVE Anne Peytavin Litho/Litho Combo, Foil, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

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57 THE HAWK

58 PEGASUS

West Delaware High School Manchester, IA

Rosa L. Parks High School Paterson, NJ

2014 ADVISER Helen Temeyer REPRESENTATIVE Kristy Stern Litho/Litho Combo, Graining (Cutout), ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Courtney Goch REPRESENTATIVE Tim McGovern Litho/Litho Combo, Graining (Cutout), Spot UV, Super Matte Lamination


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59 HILLTOPPER

60 PANTHEON

61 COMPASS

62 EYRIE

Hillcrest High School Simpsonville, SC

Palo Verde High School Las Vegas, NV

Northwestern High School Hyattsville, MD

Maine South High School Park Ridge, IL

2015 ADVISER Linda Ray REPRESENTATIVE Luke Samples Litho/Litho Combo, Precision Cut, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Andrea Resnick REPRESENTATIVES Judy Allen, Michelle Allen Embossed, Facet Foil Debossing, Foil

2015 ADVISER Crystal Brownlee REPRESENTATIVES George Fold, Steve Sweet Screened, Foil, Precision Cut

2015 ADVISER Amy Kladis REPRESENTATIVE Regina Murray Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination


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63 THE AMERICAN

64 STAMUS UMNUM

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65 HILTORIAL

American Fork High School American Fork, UT

Sheldon High School Sacramento, CA

Hilton High School Hilton, NY

2015 ADVISER Lisa McMullin REPRESENTATIVE Aaron Lyons Embossed, Silk-Screening

2015 ADVISER Adam Shupe REPRESENTATIVE Bryan Durda Litho/Litho Combo, Graining (Cutout), Precision Cut, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Joseph Ralyea REPRESENTATIVE Matt Crafts Embossed, Silk-Screening

66 LET IT FLOURISH

O’Neill Collegiate and Vocational Institute Oshawa, ON 2015 ADVISER Courtney Bernard REPRESENTATIVE Mary-Marrin Cross Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination


67 SPECIFICS Seven Lakes Junior High School, Katy, TX 2015 ADVISER Katie Frazier | REPRESENTATIVE Donna Magana Litho/Litho Combo, Precision Cut, Spot UV, Super Matte Lamination

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68 CARDINAL

69 ECLECTIC

70 DELPHIAN

71 COMPASS POINTS

Stillman Valley High School Stillman Valley, IL

Las Vegas Academy of the Arts Las Vegas, NV

Earl Haig Secondary School North York, ON

Mona Shores High School Norton Shores, MI

2015 ADVISER Karen Frank REPRESENTATIVE Keri Lange Litho Combo, Debossing, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Carol Medcalf REPRESENTATIVES Judy Allen, Michelle Allen Litho/Litho Combo, Foil, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Walter Raemisch REPRESENTATIVE Elaine Turcotte Litho/Litho Combo, Foil, Spot UV, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Warren Kent III REPRESENTATIVE Paul Bussell Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination


72 SPARTAN Orono High School, Long Lake, MN 2015 ADVISER Sarah Cole | REPRESENTATIVE Sarah Doll Litho/Litho Combo, Graining (Cutout), Spot UV, Super Matte Lamination

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73 THE TOWER

74 THE RIOT

197

75 MUSKET

76 THE LION

Wichita High School North Wichita, KS

Shadow Ridge High School Surprise, AZ

Washington Township High School Sewell, NJ

Faith Christian School Anniston, AL

2015 ADVISER Gaye Coburn REPRESENTATIVE Travis Feil Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Casey Hinde REPRESENTATIVE Brent McCasland Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Bill Hughes REPRESENTATIVE Terry McGovern Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Carey Jenkins REPRESENTATIVE Tyler Melton Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination


77 EYRIE Heritage High School, Littleton, CO 2015 ADVISER Jami DeVries | REPRESENTATIVES Peter Griffin, Chelsea Harlan Litho/Litho Combo, Precision Cut, Matte Lamination

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78 CHIPPEWA

79 THE PHOENIX

80 ECHOES

81 PANORAMA

Benson High School Benson, MN

Sonoraville High School Calhoun, GA

Eastern Christian High School North Haledon, NJ

Arundel High School Gambrills, MD

2015 ADVISER Mary Alice Hoffman REPRESENTATIVE Paul Sorensen Litho/Litho Combo, Foil, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Kathy Haley REPRESENTATIVE Matt Felis Litho/Litho Combo, Foil, Spot UV, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Leah Genuario REPRESENTATIVE Tim McGovern Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Wanda Trimnal REPRESENTATIVES George Fold, Steve Sweet Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination


82 BEAR TRACKS Brentwood Christian School, Austin, TX 2015 ADVISER Dorothy Walters | REPRESENTATIVE Brad Golub Litho/Litho Combo, Precision Cut, Gloss Lamination

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83 MENAGERIE

Leesville Road High School Raleigh, NC 2015 ADVISER Joni Amerson REPRESENTATIVES Kristin Stimmell, Kim Trezona Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

84 PATRIOT

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85 THE STORM

Patapsco High School and Center for the Arts Baltimore, MD

Lake Country Lutheran High School Hartland, WI

2015 ADVISER Beth Slater REPRESENTATIVE Chuck Sabia Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Sally Denkert REPRESENTATIVE Patrick Rand Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

86 CROSSROADS

Antelope Crossing Middle School Antelope, CA 2015 ADVISER Kim Burkhart REPRESENTATIVE Jan Moore Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination


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87 ST. PAUL’S SCHOOL

88 THE LEGEND

89 EL RODEO

St. Paul’s School Concord, NH

McIntosh High School Peachtree City, GA

Merced High School Merced, CA

2015 ADVISER Suzanne Ellinwood REPRESENTATIVE Ryan Davis Embossed, Burnishing, Precision Cut, Foil

2015 ADVISER Jane Edwards REPRESENTATIVE Lauren Logsdon Litho/Litho Combo, Embossing, Foil, Spot UV, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Kelsey Thomas REPRESENTATIVE Beth Olson Litho/Litho Combo, Tip-on (Chenille Letter), Super Matte Lamination

90 SPARTAN

Surry Early College High School of Design Dobson, NC 2015 ADVISER JennyAlyn Key REPRESENTATIVE Andrew Greene Embossed, Silk-Screening


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91 W-BAR

92 BENGAL

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93 TRACER

94 NUCLEUS

J.W. Nixon High School Laredo, TX

Battle Ground High School Battle Ground, WA

Forest Park High School Ferdinand, IN

New Jersey Institute of Technology Newark, NJ

2015 ADVISERS Chuck Gonzalez, Ida Rocha REPRESENTATIVE Carlos Trejo Embossed, Facet Foil Debossing, Foil, Graining, Metalay

2015 ADVISER Angel Morgan REPRESENTATIVE Jacque Labarre-Altom Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

2014 ADVISER Tammy Taylor REPRESENTATIVE Cam Bardwell Litho/Litho Combo, Graining (Cutout), Precision Cut, Special Ink, Super Matte Lamination

2014 ADVISER Robert Moran REPRESENTATIVE Bonnie Blackman Litho/Litho Combo, Graining (Cutout), ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination


95 PROFILES John F. Kennedy Middle College High School, Norco, CA 2015 ADVISERS Amanda Murphy, Amanda van Broekhuizen | REPRESENTATIVE Chris Joy Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

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96 THAT WAS THEN‌ THIS IS NOW

International School of Stavanger Stavanger, Norway 2015 ADVISER Jenny Price REPRESENTATIVE Kerri Dolena Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

97 THE PANTHER

98 WARRIORS

99 STAND OUT

Pflugerville High School Pflugerville, TX

Clark-Pleasant Middle School Greenwood, IN

Esko High School Esko, MN

2015 ADVISER Brook Hampton REPRESENTATIVE Brad Golub Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Kara Heichelbech REPRESENTATIVE Martha Harms Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Brenda Lilly REPRESENTATIVE Beth Johnson Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination


100 REVEILLE Lake Washington High School, Kirkland, WA 2015 ADVISER Dawn Wyatt | REPRESENTATIVE Jackie Paffrath Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

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101 REFLECTIONS

102 TRAIL DUST

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103 ECHO

104 EL ESPADERO

Ladywood High School Livonia, MI

Creekview High School Carrollton, TX

Easton High School Easton, MD

Bolsa Grande High School Garden Grove, CA

2014 ADVISER Rachel Cook REPRESENTATIVES Bob Berschback, Mike Berschback Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Leah Waters REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Jonathan Crist REPRESENTATIVE Chuck Hudson Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Hannah Jaspard REPRESENTATIVE Barbara Makros Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination


105 QUI SOMMES NOUS? American School of Paris, St. Cloud, France 2015 ADVISER Cora Enard | REPRESENTATIVE Kerri Dolena Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

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106 AMBASSADOR

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Adlai E. Stevenson High School Lincolnshire, IL

Mt. Whitney High School Visalia, CA

THE OAK

COLOR OUTSIDE THE LINES

2015 ADVISERS Jennifer Fletcher, Rebecca Rikje, Julie Wilson REPRESENTATIVE Craig Rosenberger Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Ron Boucher REPRESENTATIVE Billy Cunningham Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Kelly Green REPRESENTATIVE Matt Clark Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

Essex High School Essex Junction, VT

109 THE LEGEND

McCulloch Intermediate School/ Highland Park Middle School Dallas, TX 2015 ADVISER Aaron Cappotelli REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination


110 JUXTAPOSE Cab Calloway School of the Arts, Wilmington, DE 2015 ADVISER William Greider | REPRESENTATIVE Chuck Hudson Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

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THE YELLOWJACKET Rockwall High School Rockwall, TX

Dorman High School Roebuck, SC

Noblesville High School Noblesville, IN

2015 ADVISER Sonia Coile REPRESENTATIVE Lauren Logsdon Litho/Litho Combo, Spot UV, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Jessica Applegate REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Litho/Litho Combo, Spot UV, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Laura-Ann Jacobs REPRESENTATIVE Andrew Bell Litho/Litho Combo, Spot UV, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Samantha Deane REPRESENTATIVE Martha Harms Litho/Litho Combo, Spot UV, Super Matte Lamination

Madison County High School Danielsville, GA

113 VANGUARD

114 SHADOW


115 THE LEGEND Wando High School, Mount Pleasant, SC 2015 ADVISER Phillip Caston | REPRESENTATIVE John Bumgarner Litho/Litho Combo, Graining (Cutout), Thermal Ink (Litho only), Super Matte Lamination

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ASCENDING HEIGHTS

YOU HAD TO BE THERE

2014 ADVISER Lara Gudelj REPRESENTATIVE Elaine Turcotte Litho/Litho Combo, Spot UV, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Cheryl Ritzel REPRESENTATIVES Pat Cornelius & Associates Litho/Litho Combo, Spot UV, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Rudy Kowalcyk REPRESENTATIVE Scott Geesey Litho/Litho Combo, Spot UV, Super Matte Lamination

St. Jean de Brebeuf Catholic High School Woodbridge, ON

Osborne Middle School Hoschton, GA

Moshannon Valley Junior Senior High School Houtzdale, PA

119 COONSKIN

Frisco High School Frisco, TX 2015 ADVISER Toni Marsh REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Litho/Litho Combo, Spot UV, Super Matte Lamination


120 LIBERATOR Colonel Zadok Magruder High School, Rockville, MD 2015 ADVISER Patricia Kuecker | REPRESENTATIVE Jennifer Massey Litho/Litho Combo, Special Ink, Thermal Ink (Litho only), Super Matte Lamination

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121 BE YOUNIQUE.

122 THE ODYSSEY

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123 HOOFBEAT

124 KLAHIAM

Hillcrest Middle School Glendale, AZ

North Forsyth Middle School Cumming, GA

O. Henry Middle School Austin, TX

Ellensburg High School Ellensburg, WA

2015 ADVISER Denise Parrino REPRESENTATIVE Kelsey Link Litho/Litho Combo, Spot UV, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Amy Henke REPRESENTATIVES Pat Cornelius & Associates Litho/Litho Combo, Spot UV, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Kristin Tucker REPRESENTATIVE Brad Golub Litho/Litho Combo, Spot UV, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Barb Goll REPRESENTATIVE Amanda Brown Litho/Litho Combo, Spot UV, Super Matte Lamination


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125 LE MÉLANGE

Metairie Park Country Day School Metairie, LA 2015 ADVISER Kristin Sanders REPRESENTATIVE Sean McCarthy Litho/Litho Combo, Foil, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

126 CARCAJOU

127 THE LANTERN

128 SENZA FINE

Wadena-Deer Creek High School Wadena, MN

Marist High School Chicago, IL

Ida S. Baker High School Cape Coral, FL

2015 ADVISER Beth Hawkins REPRESENTATIVE Paul Sorensen Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

2014 ADVISER Deacon Andy Neu REPRESENTATIVE Pat McCulloch Embossed, Foil, Graining, Metalay, Overtone Rub

2015 ADVISER Abby Marchand REPRESENTATIVE Ched Chase Litho/Litho Combo, Embossing, Spot UV, Super Matte Lamination


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129 THE OLYMPIAN

130 PHOENIX FLAME

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131 STAMPEDE

132 THE WARRIOR

Arcadia High School Phoenix, AZ

Dalton L. McMichael High School Mayodan, NC

Shadow Ridge High School Las Vegas, NV

d’Iberville High School d’Iberville, MS

2015 ADVISER Stacey Shcolnik REPRESENTATIVE Kelsey Link Screened, Precision Cut, Silk-Screening

2015 ADVISER Lynda Carlisle REPRESENTATIVE Joe Elmore Embossed, Burnishing

2015 ADVISER Tania Mason REPRESENTATIVES Judy Allen, Michelle Allen Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Mandy Mahan REPRESENTATIVE Chris Creswell Embossed, Foil, Graining (Cutout), Metalay, Quarterbinding, Silk-Screening


133 MAST Dana Hills High School, Dana Hills, CA 2015 ADVISER Tim Sampson | REPRESENTATIVES Jonathan Molvik, Steve Wagner Litho/Litho Combo, ShineFX, Super Matte Lamination

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134 TALON

135 FINEST HOURS

136 THE CHRONICLE

137 MY SPRING VALLEY

Rowlett High School Rowlett, TX

Winston Churchill High School Potomac, MD

South Warren High School Bowling Green, KY

Spring Valley High School Las Vegas, NV

2015 ADVISER Nima Kapadia REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Litho/Litho Combo, Spot UV, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Naomi Ratz REPRESENTATIVE Jennifer Massey Litho/Litho Combo, Graining, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Tammy Rastoder REPRESENTATIVE Billy Hargis Litho/Litho Combo, Graining (Cutout), Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Lisa Keith REPRESENTATIVES Judy Allen, Michelle Allen Litho/Litho Combo, Foil, Aqueous Coating


138 EL DORADO Blue Ridge High School, Greer, SC 2015 ADVISER Kimberley Hendley | REPRESENTATIVE Andrew Bell Litho/Litho Combo, Thermal Ink (Litho only), Super Matte Lamination

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139 HOURGLASS

140 LITTLE LION

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141 L[I’M]ITLESS

142 THE PHOENIX

Fairport High School Fairport, NY

State College Area High School State College, PA

Finley Junior High School Waxahachie, TX

Craig High School Janesville, WI

2015 ADVISER Donna Marie Roessel REPRESENTATIVE Matt Crafts Litho/Litho Combo, Special Ink, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISERS Sarah Rito, Rebecca Thorsen REPRESENTATIVE Kenny Lockard Litho/Litho Combo, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Ashley Cieri REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Litho/Litho Combo, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Kristin Elsbernd REPRESENTATIVE Patrick Rand Litho/Litho Combo, Super Matte Lamination


143 PINNACLE Lee Christian School, Sanford, NC 2015 ADVISER Teshia Sloan | REPRESENTATIVES Kristin Stimmell, Kim Trezona Litho/Litho Combo, Thermal Ink (Litho only), Super Matte Lamination

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144 IF NOT NOW...THEN WHEN?

145 HILLTOP ECHOES

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Firebaugh High School Firebaugh, CA

Jamesville-DeWitt High School DeWitt, NY

Capistrano Valley High School Mission Viejo, CA

THE CALLING

APART FROM THE CROWD

2015 ADVISER Gwynne McCall REPRESENTATIVE Beth Olson Litho/Litho Combo, Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISERS Kristin Hardy, Larry Stroh REPRESENTATIVE Laura Tortarella Litho/Litho Combo, Super Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Craig Landino REPRESENTATIVES Jonathan Molvik, Steve Wagner Litho/Litho Combo, Matte Lamination

2015 ADVISER Meg Tillman REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Litho/Litho Combo, Gloss Lamination

Lakeside Middle School Little Elm, TX


148 10 YEARS IN THE MAKING Roach Middle School, Frisco, TX 2015 ADVISER Kristen Summers | REPRESENTATIVES Tread Sheffield & Associates Litho/Litho Combo, Gloss Lamination

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149 LEVEL UP

150 THE PRIDE

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151 TOTEM

152 THE LEGACY

Bogle Junior High School Chandler, AZ

Ladera Ranch Middle School Ladera Ranch, CA

Big Foot High School Walworth, WI

Jserra Catholic High School San Juan Capistrano, CA

2015 ADVISER Sherry Borgren REPRESENTATIVE Brent McCasland Litho/Litho Combo, Gloss Lamination

2015 ADVISER Keri Ray REPRESENTATIVES Jonathan Molvik, Steve Wagner Litho/Litho Combo, Gloss Lamination

2015 ADVISER Chad Roehl REPRESENTATIVE Patrick Rand Litho/Litho Combo, Gloss Lamination

2015 ADVISER Jeff Kahl REPRESENTATIVES Jonathan Molvik, Steve Wagner Litho/Litho Combo, Gloss Lamination


SEASON 2 | EPISODE 10

The work put in is what people are going to recognize and value for a lifetime. You can’t inherit greatness. You have to earn it. You have to really put the work in. — Quincy Brown, actor and musician


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Photography Design

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Journalism Teaching Excellence

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CONTEST JUDGES Thousands of talented student photographers took their best shot at a chance to win the 2015 Jostens Photo Contest. The entries were spectacular. From the more than 1,200 photos submitted, the judges selected 87 for special recognition. A grand prize winner was named and awards were given in eight categories: Academics, Graduation, Middle School, Own Your Story, Photo Illustration, Portrait, Sports Action, Sports Sidelines. The “Own Your Story” winners are featured in the Spread Gallery. Cindy Berry Publications Adviser Decatur High School, Decatur, TX Sharon Kubicek Publications Adviser Round Rock High School, Austin, TX Mark Murray Director of Technical Services and System Integration Arlington Independent School District Arlington, TX Rhonda Yetman Yearbook Journalism and Photography Adviser Orangewood Christian School, Maitland, FL Instructional captions by Sherri Taylor Syracuse University, NY

2015 GRAND PRIZE WAVING THE FLAG OF BHS Noah West, photographer Ace Horton, adviser Bentonville High School Bentonville, AR

Using two lights and wireless flash triggers, grand prize winner Noah West created this stunning image of a flag twirler in a school’s auditorium. Noah wrote that he relied on a flood light set on the left to illuminate the twirler as she moved across the stage. His equipment provided foreground light and captured the motion blur of the girl and her flag. The second light, an external flash, was set up on the right to freeze the action midair. “The soft constant light allowed the camera to track her,” Noah wrote, “and the harsh cool light from the external flash makes her appear to be floating.”


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FIRST PLACE DECISIVE PLAY Tim Whaling, photographer Deanne Brown, adviser Westlake High School, Austin, TX

With every eye riveted on the action, photographer Tim Whaling turned his camera to the crowd in the stands to capture an intriguing, emotional reaction to what was happening on the field. The two main subjects, the boys in the middle, stand out as primary subjects with their intense expressions. The stadium lighting from the left side adds depth and texture.


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SECOND PLACE PROUD OF YOU Anna Stearns, photographer Margaret Sorrows, adviser Bryant High School, Bryant, AR

Shallow depth of field provides a placid, green background for this congratulatory fist bump. Even illumination provides details of both subjects without distraction. The top yellow fence liner becomes a leading line, taking the viewer to the subjects. The absence of other people in the scene gives the moment a quiet, isolated solitude.

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THIRD PLACE RAMPING IT UP Karissa Bever, photographer C. Dow Tate, adviser Shawnee Mission East High School, Prairie Village, KS

During indoor drills, two soccer players show the fun of their hallway slides through their expressions and flailing arms and legs. The photographer’s low position in relation to her subjects allowed her to shoot into their faces. Interesting sunlight from the paneled windows to the left creates shadows across the floor enhancing the scene. The repetition of the boys’ shared action adds interest.


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FOURTH PLACE MUCKING AROUND Natalie Derks, photographer Amy Morgan, adviser Shawnee Mission West High School, Overland Park, KS

Covered in shaving cream, participants in the Young Life’s Muckfest event show the event’s fun aspects through their expressions. Zooming into the face of her subject gave photographer Natalie Derks an excellent, encapsulating photo of one of the participants. The girl’s grimace and closed eyes and hands add strong viewer understanding of what the subject felt post battle.

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FIFTH PLACE THE QUEEN OF THE FALCONS Brianna Rodrigue, photographer Christine Keyser-Fanick, adviser John Paul Stevens High School, San Antonio, TX

The ecstatic expression and thumbs-up signal to the cheering fans showcase the culmination of the queen-crowning ceremony in this wonderful moment. Shooting with a really shallow depth of field enabled photographer Brianna Rodrigue to keep the band members as secondary contextual subjects in the middle and background of the photo without competing with the queen in the foreground.


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FIRST PLACE IN LIVING COLOR Mia Fortunato, photographer Nancy Thompson, adviser Coronado High School, Henderson, NV

A victorious participant in a color run celebrates amidst other participants, creating a strong focal point in this photo. The photographer’s low angle allowed lots of people surrounding the subject without competing with her in the picture. Good depth of field allows the cell phone shooters in the foreground to be in focus, as well as the victor and other participants in the background.

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SECOND PLACE CHARITY DODGEBALL GAME Samantha Harris, photographer Christen Marcu, adviser Brunswick High School. Brunswick, OH

Shooting down the middle of the line of dodgeball participants offers a photo with strong repetition from the line of competitors in similar positions as they start off the competition. The colored dodgeballs on the gym floor line create a leading line that takes the viewer from the front to the stands filled with spectators.


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THIRD PLACE THE POWER OF SCIENCE IN THE PALM OF YOUR HAND Maxx Lamb, photographer C. Dow Tate, adviser Shawnee Mission East High School, Prairie Village, KS

In a chemistry class examining the low temperature at which methane combusts, Maxx Lamb captured his winning image of a lab assistant. Maxx’s side angle shows the drama of the combustion which is also providing a warm natural illumination for the assistant.

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FOURTH PLACE A GLOW IN THE DARK Daniel Martinez, photographer Adriana Martinez, adviser PSJA Early College High School, San Juan, TX

A welder using a blowtorch is completely obscured and protected from the danger of his equipment in this image. Using the ambient light in the scene allowed the photographer to use the welder’s light as a central focal point reinforced by the lens flare from the torch.


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FIFTH PLACE CAR SMASH: PRINCIPAL EDITION Hailey Hughes, photographer C. Dow Tate, adviser Shawnee Mission East High School, Prairie Village, KS

Using a wide-angle lens enabled this image to include both the principal smashing the car windshield and the crowd of students lined up watching him. The intensity of the moment is frozen by a fast shutter speed shown in the face and arms of the principal’s hit.

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FIRST PLACE FLY ON THE WALL Kelsi Brinkmeyer, photographer Clint Smith, adviser Texas High School, Texarkana, TX

Beautifully lit, this portrait of a swimmer showcases her grace and fluid motion in the pool. Her horizontal position with outstretched arms and open fingers stops the swimming motion in a way that’s impossible to isolate with the eye. The perfect splashes of water from the swimmer’s contact points complete the action.


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SECOND PLACE LEAP OF FAITH Bryanna Henry, photographer Lisa Dukowitz, adviser Waterford Union High School, Waterford, WI

With three tiny heads popping up just above the balance beam the gymnast performs on, the high-jumping motion is captured in this action shot. The gymnast’s arms and legs frame her action and showcase her face, mimicking the action in the gym sign on the wall behind her. Making all of these elements come together at once required skill and patience.

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THIRD PLACE JUMP SKIP AND LEAP Kelsi Brinkmeyer, photographer Clint Smith, adviser Texas High School, Texarkana, TX

Framed nicely by the soccer goal on her left, this player’s body is caught in perfect stopped action: legs diagonal, arms outstretched for the ball, face looking at the ball, ponytail flying. The low horizon line showcasing the expanse of blue sky with wispy clouds completes the perfect action.


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FOURTH PLACE OFF THE GROUND Kevin Chu, photographer Cheyne Blair, adviser Beckman High School, Irvine, CA

In a silhouette that freezes the motion in his practice, this soccer player works alone on a field with the sun shining directly onto him. The outline, or rim light, lining his head helps define his profile while the light on his back adds depth. The deeply shadowed tree adds depth to the background while the soccer balls create interesting foreground shapes and context.

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FIFTH PLACE INTO THE WOODS Noah West, photographer Ace Horton, adviser Bentonville High School, Bentonville, AR

Photographer Noah West “painted” this bicycle jumping scene with light to illuminate selected areas of the image. One light is on the water, while a streak of light stretches across the cyclist’s path and provides the light on his maneuver. The ambient light on the plants adds depth; the deep shadows add danger and mystery to the scene.


SPORTS: SIDELINES AND SCHOOL SPIRIT 2015 JOSTENS PHOTO CONTEST

FIRST PLACE UTTER DISAPPOINTMENT Lauren Franco, photographer Jeffrey Grimm, adviser Trinity High School, Euless, TX

The faces of the girls along the front row tell the story in this photo. With their hands and expressions, the girls add different poses as a reaction to the event’s outcome. The depth of field allows additional rows of disappointed fans supporting the front row. The warm tonality of the red shirt with its “team dream” slogan makes the center girl the focal point of the crowd.

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SECOND PLACE ROLLER COASTER AT PEP ASSEMBLY Mackenzie Hanna, photographer C. Dow Tate, adviser Shawnee Mission East High School, Prairie Village, KS

The angle Mackenzie Harris used in photographing this shot makes it a winner. From in front and to the left of her subject, Mackenzie effectively used her subject to frame the crowd of fans following his actions in the background. The separation between her subject and the sea of fans is reinforced by the slightly shallow depth of field.


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THIRD PLACE WINNING STATE REACTION Emma Matthews, photographer C. Dow Tate, adviser Shawnee Mission East High School, Prairie Village, KS

Shooting the sidelines at football games often results in good photos, especially when the stakes are high and the emotion is intense. This player’s investment in the game’s outcome is obvious from his expression and his shouting. The players behind him reinforce the outcome. “This was the most intense and genuine expression I had ever captured so clearly on camera,” Emma Matthews wrote about her shot.

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FOURTH PLACE THE ROAR OF A CHAMPION Justin Kaczmarek, photographer Vicki Quinn, adviser Bay Port High School, Green Bay, WI

This winner is beautifully composed with the wrestler caught up in the moment of triumph and showcased in the frame by dramatic lighting. The position of the referee, slightly in the background and leading to the athlete, adds to the victor’s triumphant posture. The photographer included a few deeply shadowed fans in the left background to complete the scene.


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FIFTH PLACE OH MY GOSH Katharine Chester, photographer C. Dow Tate, adviser Shawnee Mission East High School Prairie Village, KS

Though her expression is ambiguous, the emotion in this gymnast’s face is evident. Her hands frame her expression as they furrow her brow. The photographer used shallow depth of field to effectively create distance between the gymnast and the wall in the background. Moving in close and focusing on her face, the photographer placed emphasis on the gymnast’s reaction.


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FIRST PLACE FRIENDS AND TEARS Brooke Lasley, photographer Margaret Sorrows, adviser Bryant High School, Bryant, AR

Commencement is a life event and a real opportunity for great photos. Shooting from a low angle, which gave her picture a nice panoramic view of the stadium venue in the background, Brooke Lasley shows the emotional connection two soon-to-be grads share prior to walking across the stage.


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SECOND PLACE THE LAST SELFIE Makala Pinkley, photographer Kyle Carter, adviser Richland Junior/Senior High School, Essex, MO

With their school’s name showcased behind their heads, these three seniors take a graduation selfie. The repetition of the image captures the friends in their red graduation gowns, brightly smiling for their own cellphone cameras. The photographer effectively used the outer girls’ arms as a framing device for the photo.

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THIRD PLACE OUT COME THE CAMERAS Austin Martinez, photographer Julie Goldstein, adviser Green Valley High School Henderson, NV

Effectively photobombed by the photographer behind them, this pair of grads celebrates their special day with a hug. The photographer took advantage of getting close to the couple’s moment to fill the frame and eliminate distracting elements from the image.


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FOURTH PLACE SAYING GOODBYE Alexa Menold, photographer Kris Castillo, adviser Sabetha High School, Sabetha, KS

Caught in identical expressions of happiness and sadness, these classmates epitomize the range of emotion that occurs at graduation. The repetition of the gowns and expressions makes for a great photo. The photographer also filled the frame by moving in close to the subjects using the camera lens to crop out distracting people nearby.

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FIFTH PLACE WE MADE IT Brooke Lasley, photographer Margaret Sorrows, adviser Bryant High School, Bryant, AR

Good depth of field captures a sea of gold and purple in this shot of a graduation ceremony. The foreground subjects’ interaction as they look through their graduation packets provides a strong center of interest, with repeating colors filling the background and reinforcing the repetition as far as the eye can see.


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FIRST PLACE FACE OF THE GAME Kelsi Brinkmeyer, photographer Clint Smith, adviser Texas High School, Texarkana, TX

A dramatic portrait of a swimmer in her swimming environment uses direct light to highlight her athletic body as noted in the heavy shadows defining her features. Her placement at the right-thirds point allows her to look left into the frame’s pool scene. The contrast in brightness between the foreground and background puts the emphasis directly on the subject.

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SECOND PLACE BOBO “B” & LIL’ SCRAP Nikolai Puc’, photographer Jami DeVries, adviser Heritage High School, Littleton, CO

Nikolai Puc’ shot this image of two rappers from his school for the yearbook and for their first CD. The rappers were performing their first concert at the theater in the background later the week the portrait was taken. “I specifically posed them this way to make them as gritty as possible,” Nikolai wrote. The security guards in the background add atmosphere to the image.


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THIRD PLACE FIGHTING FIRE Tim Whaling, photographer Deanne Brown, adviser Westlake High School, Austin, TX

Amidst fiery surrounding light, this portrait of a young fireman emphasizes his strength through the photographer’s low shooting position. The side lighting coming from a strong left light emphasizes texture and details in the portrait and in the hallway.


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FOURTH PLACE GARÇON EN NOIR Spencer Cannon, photographer Natalie Gerber, adviser Karl G. Maeser Preparatory Academy Lindon, UT

This dramatic portrait was shot for a school project using chalk dust and stage lighting, according to photographer Spencer Cannon. The black-and-white image is intensified by the simple background and the highlights and shadows cast from the lights.


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FIFTH PLACE TOE SHOE Savannah Pritchard, photographer Clint Smith, adviser Texas High School, Texarkana, TX

Using a “bokeh effect,” an intentional softening of one aspect of a photo, Savannah Pritchard shot this unique photo from the perspective of the ballerina’s iconic toe shoe. The soft focus in the skirt and ballerina’s face provides context for the unusual perspective. Savannah wrote that she added some sharpening of the foot in Photoshop.


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FIRST PLACE SUMMERTIME SWIMMING Noah West, photographer Ace Horton, adviser Bentonville High School, Bentonville, AR

The composite image tells a complete story from beginning to conclusion in this captivating sequence of a swimmer swinging and jumping into a swimming hole. A panoramic background provides reference to the location of the water. Inclusion of the splash provides reference for the final action as the swimmer glides through the water.


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SECOND PLACE BULB Presley Cone, photographer Michelle Carrow, adviser Oak Park and River Forest High School, Oak Park, IL

Two images shot in downtown Chicago and then overlaid onto each other helped Presley Cone fulfill a yearbook assignment featuring the book’s “Expressions” theme. “Light bulbs have always been a tangible symbol of thoughts, knowledge and expressions,” Presley wrote, “so I thought it would be appropriate to feature a light bulb in my image.” The second image is of the alley the bulbs hung in.

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THIRD PLACE LEARN TO SOAR Kaylee Yasuda, photographer Jeff Lam, adviser Edison High School Huntington Beach, CA

Paper airplanes in flight nicely decorate the space above the boy in this whimsical shot. Kaylee Yasuda wisely considered her background and kept it soft in focus to allow separation between it and the subject in the foreground. The subject’s expression and body language add charm to the image as the boy seems to enjoy aiming the next flyer.


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FOURTH PLACE SNOWSHOEING UNDER THE STARS Noah West, photographer Ace Horton, adviser Bentonville High School, Bentonville, AR

Heavy blue tonality adds appropriate cold to this scenic showing that snowshoers had tracked there. The highlighted areas create interest and attract the eye in pure white light. The horizon balances the scene and the sky. The vertical trees on the right juxtaposition of the rule of thirds provide counter balance to the overall horizontal composition.

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FIFTH PLACE FLYING MEDIA Edenne Bowlby, photographer Esther Miao, adviser Champs Charter High School Van Nuys, CA

A seemingly floating keyboard tethered to something out of the scene connects an airborne user to endless creativity and creation in this image. The dominant light coming from the right side provides texture, form and depth aided by the shadow on the backdrop. The model’s simple clothing colors help make him dominant in the scene.


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FIRST PLACE INTO THE FOG Clay Campbell, photographer Lisa Stine, adviser Bryant Freshman Academy, Bryant, AR

Layers of people in silhouette create an intriguing composition in this photo that is obviously filled with smoke. The foreground layer of subjects in full silhouette pulls the reader’s eyes to the man and boy on the right. The lighter, gray figures in the middle ground and background reinforce the composition, creating a ghostly, ethereal scene.

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SECOND PLACE DREAMING OF DIAMONDS Rylee Bolls, photographer Lisa Stine, adviser Bryant Freshman Academy, Bryant, AR

Shooting from the players’ vantage point always provides a perspective that fans rarely experience. This young player is caught in thought in the dugout during a game. The soft, warm sunlight provides wonderful illumination. The photographer effectively used shallow depth of field to soften the foreground and background surroundings and pull the viewer’s eye directly to the player.


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THIRD PLACE FIRE FLOWER Emily Blunt, photographer Kyle Carter, adviser Richland Junior/Senior High School, Essex, MO

Futuristic and captivating, this image uses light in an interesting and unique way. The intensity of the bright, white light behind the object creates an aura that illuminates the foreground shape and most of the scene’s background. The light adds cool, green tonality which further adds to the mystery of the image. The dot of warm, red color in the middle right adds a focal point.

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FOURTH PLACE TO INFINITY AND BEYOND Alix Garcia, photographer Katie Frazer, adviser Seven Lakes Junior High School, Katy, TX

Photographer Alix Garcia captured a quintessential moment during a student race. The outstretched arms of the glider combine with both boys’ expressions to make this a memory worth capturing. The photographer kept the right amount of distance from the subjects to allow them to move into the frame.


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FIFTH PLACE HUMAN LADDER Michael Fuhrman, photographer Lisa Stine, adviser Bryant Freshman Academy, Bryant, AR

Leadership building activities make great shooting situations for photographers. On a human ladder of sticks, the climbing student’s extended hand startles the boy to his left creating a nice expression and focal point on the boy’s face. The photographer’s position tight to the action allows the viewer into the exercise.


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YELLOW WALLPAPER

DISCOVERING QUÉBEC

YELLOW WALLPAPER Autumn Jones, photographer Cynthia Renaud, adviser Harborside Academy, Kenosha, WI

WAVING WITH PRIDE

WAVING WITH PRIDE Nathan McBride, photographer Jamie Beavers, adviser Midway High School, Waco, TX

DISCOVERING QUÉBEC Alex McCalmont, photographer Lin Illingworth, adviser Hollis Brookline High School, Hollis, NH

Using a horizontal boundary as a point of interaction,

Completely framed by his flag, with his head ideally

The dramatic angle used in the photo, shot from a

Autumn Jones created an intriguing set of six images

placed at the M monogram from his school’s name, this

bird’s-eye viewpoint with a GoPro mounted on a six-foot

with the same subject. The interactions of the imposed

flag bearer exemplifies school pride. The photographer’s

monopod, emphasizes the verticality of the trees and the

boundary work because each is different. The shape

low angle shooting up at the flag bearer adds strength

subjects in this snowy, winter scene. Repetition of the

and limited space in the boundary created

and a clear blue sky background to the scene.

tree shapes, green leaves and subjects moves the reader

constrictions that allowed for interesting positions.

The school’s red, white and blue color palette ties

through the content. Photographer Alex McCalmont

the scene together and adds coherence.

wrote that he set his camera to shoot at one-second intervals and had his subjects walk around the scene.


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CENTER STAGE

HIGH FLYING SKATER

GAME TIME

CENTER STAGE Hannah Walter, photographer Ace Horton, adviser Bentonville High School, Bentonville, AR

HIGH FLYING SKATER Logan Thompson, photographer Wes Scott, adviser Jeffersonville High School, Jeffersonville, IN

GAME TIME Kat Lawson, photographer Megan Turner, adviser Desert Ridge High School, Mesa, AZ Excellent use of side lighting emphasizes the texture and

Shooting from behind her subject at the back of the

It’s hard to get a truly isolating background in

stage, Hannah Walter used the stage lights to create

skateboarding, but Logan Thompson accomplished

mud on the face of this player and his sweat-filled hair.

rim or outline light around her performing subject. The

it in this shot from a shooting position on the ground

The expression on his face suggests an exchange with

dramatic lighting results in an interesting symmetrical

aiming up. The light blue sky provides a beautiful, clean

his coach and provides intrigue into what they might be

composition on both her subject and the stage from

background for the skateboarder’s jump off the ground.

saying. The background is controlled by another use of

the unusual angle of a performer’s perspective.

The left side light adds depth and texture, especially

the “bokeh effect,” a softening of the lighted details.

as it showcases the design on the skateboard.


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REVERENCE

WHAT’S NEXT

FLY HIGH

REVERENCE Christiana Howren, photographer Ben Vessa, adviser Cardinal Gibbons High School, Raleigh, NC

FLY HIGH Nathanial Brown, photographer Philip Kramer, adviser Boone High School, Boone, IA

WHAT’S NEXT Nicholas Corn, photographer Margaret Sorrows, adviser Bryant High School, Bryant, AR

A beautiful canopy of fall trees showcases this poignant

The juxtaposition of angles adds to the danger and drama

Shooting into the light-filled arena from behind the

moment as a group of grieving young men carry a

in this shot from a high angle shooting down. A fast

grads allowed photographer Nicholas Corn to shoot a

flag-draped casket. The photographer captured the

shutter speed froze the action of the stunt jumper in

silhouette of several grads. The silhouettes feature iconic

repetition of the boys’ bodies and faces as they carry

mid-air as the crowd below looks on. The diagonal

graduation shapes and repetition. The photograph also

the casket. The church officials on both ends of the

camera position skews the horizon, adding to the

features some rim, or outline light, bouncing onto the

image provide appropriate foreground framing.

inherent drama and danger. The light in the scene is

face of the grad second on the right. The shiny light

primarily from behind the jumper, but there is important

reflecting on the blue robes adds a nice detail.

light illuminating his face inside the helmet.


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CPR INSIDE OUT

LUMINOUS SERVE

ACOUSTIC FOR A CAUSE

CPR INSIDE OUT Jenna Starnes, photographer Jennifer Reed, adviser North Gaston High School, Dallas, NC

LUMINOUS SERVE Tim Whaling, photographer Deanne Brown, adviser Westlake High School, Austin, TX

ACOUSTIC FOR A CAUSE Hailey Hughes, photographer C. Dow Tate, adviser Shawnee Mission East High School Prairie Village, KS

The low angle used by Jenna Starnes to capture this

In this image of painting with light, lights were

dissection takes the viewer from the dissected body

photographed in multiple exposures in a dark

Colored stage lights provide the illumination for the

directly to the face of the student who is blowing into the

environment to create colorful arcs around the tennis

hands reaching into the air, as well as lighting the two

pink straw. The diagonal positions of the two assistants’

player. She was then photographed separately and

musicians performing at the front of the stage. Shooting

arms further add to the focal point in the frame’s center.

lit to allow her, the racquet, the court and the

from a side angle provided the depth to get both

ball to be seen in the image.

perspectives in the frame. The dark shadows provide good framing for the event’s important elements.


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DON’T LOOK BACK

HOLD ON

DON’T LOOK BACK Milan Russell, photographer Chris Pryko, adviser Manchester High School, Manchester, CT

RUNNERS TAKE YOUR MARKS

RUNNERS TAKE YOUR MARKS Meghan Haas, photographer Wes Scott, adviser Jeffersonville High School, Jeffersonville, IN

HOLD ON Luke Munchrath, photographer Jeffrey Grimm, adviser Trinity High School, Euless, TX

Taking a friend out in an abandoned train yard near his

From directly in front of her subject, Meghan Haas used

Taking advantage of sports unique to your location

home to learn to take pictures with his new camera, Milan

symmetry to frame her portrait of this runner. The runner

is always a good choice. Because he lives near Fort

Russell wound up finding an interesting shot when his

is posed between the chalk lines of her running lane

Worth, Texas, where stock shows and rodeos are held,

friend started walking down the middle of

and its starting point, seemingly ready for action. Side

photographer Luke Munchrath was able to photograph

the tracks. Milan captured perfect symmetry with

lighting adds interesting shadows on her face and

a rodeo for the first time. With his subject just out

his friend surrounded by tracks on both sides and

the arms of her jacket. The color of her jacket nicely

of the gate, Luke got a great shot, isolating the bull

a horizon line leading the eye into infinity.

compliments the color of the gravel on the track.

and rider from the busy background.


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SOAKED

OPEN A BOOK

BRUSH STROKES

SOAKED Anthony D’Andrea, photographer Bonnie Braun, adviser Archbishop Edward A. McCarthy High School Southwest Ranches, FL

OPEN A BOOK Kaylee Yasuda, photographer Jeff Lam, adviser Edison High School, Huntington Beach, CA

BRUSH STROKES Samantha Harris, photographer Christen Marcu, adviser Brunswick High School, Brunswick, OH

Carefully placed pages surround and frame the subject

Combining two images, one in color and one in black

The compelling content of this photo — the great

of this illustration. The subject was placed symmetrically

and white, Samantha Harris created a portrait of an artist.

expressions of surprise on the students’ faces — is

in a library stack whose shelves also provide frames and

Keeping the foreground and background black and

captured at the height of impact. The repetition of the

a leading line. The photographer kept the depth of field

white lets the artistic colors of the paintbrush strokes

seated participants being doused with water compliments

shallow so the shelves are purposefully less distracting,

show through. Placing the colorful brush strokes

that of the water throwers. A fast shutter speed nicely

but provide context for the scene. The light on the

on her face and eyes brings the viewer to the

captured the water action, adding to the impact.

girl’s face is bright, bringing the viewer to her.

portrait and suggests the artist’s creativity.


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THE GAME-WINNING SHOT

THE DAY HAS COME

REFLECTION

THE GAME-WINNING SHOT Rachel Harvey, photographer Amy Morgan, adviser Shawnee Mission West High School Overland Park, KS

REFLECTION Rebecca Stutzman, photographer Brittni Gordon, adviser Community Baptist Christian School South Bend, IN

THE DAY HAS COME Michelle Keith, photographer Aaron Fitzpatrick, adviser Freedom Senior High School, Freedom, PA

Celebrating his winning basket, this player shares the

Photographer Rebecca Stutzman made use of a rocky

between the colors of the female and male robes at this

triumphant moment with two friends in this shot that

flat in the water as a stand for her model. “Placing her on

graduation ceremony. The photographer’s center position

Symmetry in composition offers an interesting dichotomy

brings it all together. The open-mouthed expression

a high point allowed me to shoot down onto my subject

also creates a leading line composition which takes the

on the boy’s face to the right nicely echoes that of the

and show the interesting pattern in the water behind her,”

viewer to the stage with the waiting graduation officials.

player’s. Photographer Rachel Harvey was able to include

she wrote. The dark colors in the model’s clothes provide

the scoreboard as part of the story, showing the three-

contrast with the lighter blue and gold in the water

point victory the player added. “I was able to take about three photos of the player who won the game before the rest of the student body engulfed him,” Rachel said.


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SINGING OUT LOUD

ISOLATED ARTWORK

EMOTIONAL VICTORY

SINGING OUT LOUD Samantha Inouye, photographer Toni Cooper, adviser Marist Catholic High School, Eugene, OR

ISOLATED ARTWORK Nicholas Corn, photographer Margaret Sorrows, adviser Bryant High School, Bryant, AR

EMOTIONAL VICTORY Addie Griffith, photographer C. Dow Tate, adviser Shawnee Mission East High School Prairie Village, KS

Placing her subject strongly along the right intersection

Shooting from a second-story window allowed

of the rule of thirds allowed photographer Samantha

photographer Nicholas Corn’s subject to paint in

Awash in emotional adrenaline, a football player’s reaction to

Inouye to leave space on the left for the slightly

an outdoor studio maintaining solitude while working.

the team’s victory in the state championship game provides a

illuminated faces of the spectators. The singer’s

Two features add appeal here: the sunlight creating

captivating photo at the end of the first-ever title for the team.

performance is completely lit by the stage light from her

interesting, repeating shadows down the courtyard,

The soft sunlight from behind the players to the left provides

left side, providing softer texture lighting on the right.

and the repetition of the architectural details along the

a sense of isolation for the moment. Athletes frequently

path leading the viewer’s eye through the frame.

show emotion during intense, hard-fought games and good photographers should be prepared to document it.


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BONFIRE

FIREBIRD

BONFIRE Nikolai Puc’, photographer Jami DeVries, adviser Heritage High School, Littleton, CO

THE PLUNGE

FIREBIRD Christiana Howren, photographer Ben Vessa, adviser Cardinal Gibbons High School, Raleigh, NC

THE PLUNGE Tehya Hinkson, photographer Lisa Stine, adviser Bryant Freshman Academy, Bryant, AR

Nikolai Puc’ found the perfect vantage point on his

Beauty and grace in the dancer’s pose contrast sharply

A telephoto lens and fast shutter speed allowed

school’s roof to show the entire scene of the school’s

with the gritty railroad scene behind her. The foreground

Tehya Hinkson to stop the action of the swimmer

bonfire by getting up high and away from it. The ambient

light creates interesting shadows and textures on

coming up for breath. The water ripples coming off his

light produced by the blazing fire provides illumination

the dancer, allowing her to take dominance in the

body add motion and action to the scene. Isolating the

for the bonfire and extends back into the school parking

scene. Using only black and white keeps the

swimmer by shooting straight into his lane gives the

lot. The circle of spectators surrounding the fire forms a

image stark, raw and interesting.

image impact and keeps the background simple.

strong balance to the vertical drama of the bonfire. The photo was used on the back endsheet of the yearbook.


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DROP IN THE BUCKET

CLOSE CALL

CLOSE CALL Nathan McBride, photographer Jamie Beavers, adviser Midway High School, Waco, TX

THROUGH THE GRASS

DROP IN THE BUCKET Greydon Williams, photographer Tracey Yate, adviser Buffalo Island Central High School, Monette, AR

THROUGH THE GRASS Lauren Padron, photographer Denise Freeman, adviser Moore Middle School, Redlands, CA

Shallow depth of field helped Nathan McBride isolate this

The frame of water formed like a robe encompassing

From a low shooting position, photographer Lauren

peak action in a tennis game. The dark tonality at the top

the subject’s face and upper body perfectly showcases

Padron used the grassy foreground and the brilliant blue

of the frame pulls the reader into the brightly lit sunlight on

the bucket challenge in this winning image. The buckets

sky to frame his subjects. The students’ expressions

the player’s face. It was important to include the rim

and hands add appropriate context for the action. A nice

and similar body positions add repetition and depth

of the racquet and the ball for the context of the action.

repetition of blue and white in the buckets, his shirt

to the scene. The trees in the background also

Side lighting from the right adds depth and texture.

and the water adds cohesion. Photographer Greydon

add a framing device for the subjects.

Williams chose a perfect position to shoot: down low and directly in front of the subject.


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REACTIONS TO REACTIONS

EXPRESSION

IGNITE LEARNING

EXPRESSION Callie Mounsey, photographer Katie Emery, adviser Lansing Christian School, Lansing, MI

REACTIONS TO REACTIONS Zoe West, photographer Amanda Bright, adviser Mattoon High School, Mattoon, IL

IGNITE LEARNING McKenna Manalli, photographer Adam Gura, adviser Byron High School, Byron, IL

This black-and-white image makes good use of tonality

Using a low angle and aiming her camera into her

Science classes are great shooting situations for

to showcase the subject and her direct and determined

subjects’ faces gives Zoe West’s science shot real

photographers looking for compelling and dramatic

expression. The tilt of the head, the direct stare and

impact. The intensity of the girls’ expressions gazing

photos. Choosing a side angle resulted in a photo

the tightness of the shot all create intrigue and

into their test tube filled with brightly colored liquid

that showcases both participants and the fiery result

interest. The braids partially covering her right eye

draws the viewer into the pivotal center of the image.

of their experiment. The bright, golden glow of the

further add to the appeal of the portrait.

The wide angle lens allowed Zoe to get close to

fire instantly becomes the center of interest and

her subjects, isolating them from a busy background.

provides natural illumination for both subjects.


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STRIKE!

JUST A SPLASH Matthew Szczerba, photographer Alicia Evans, adviser Luke M. Powers Catholic High School, Flint, MI

STRIKE! Vincent Jones, photographer Joni Mehus, adviser Fillmore Central High School, Harmony, MN

An incoming, cross-country freshman runner is doused

Shooting from behind the batter, Vincent Jones’ photo

by classmates manning the water station in an annual

shows an angle few fans ever see. The flying ball, the

tradition that Matthew Szczerba anticipated. The runner’s

lightest area, becomes the focal point. The pitcher’s

face shows great expression and anticipation. The

follow-through adds context, as does the presence of the

stopped action of the water hitting him makes this photo

outfielder. Keeping just the tip of the bat in the image is

interesting. The photographer also accomplished a clean

also important to the reader’s understanding of the action.

background with the curved street path the runner was following in the race point with only one other runner.

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CONTEST JUDGES More than 1,000 entries from high school and middle school photographers were received in the Jostens Canadian Photo Contest. Anna Borys Professional photographer and owner of Anna Borys Photography Winnipeg, MB Ashley Gillanders Emerging photographic artist and graduate of the University of Manitoba’s BFA honours program Winnipeg, MB

GRAND PRIZE ONE STEP AT A TIME Mhairin Ratushny, photographer Shannon Van Baalan, adviser Carson Graham Secondary School North Vancouver, BC

Beautiful fall leaves, wet from rain, make a stunning statement about fall in this photo lit with natural light. An observant photographer, Mhairin Ratushny noticed the leaves blown into the corners of the steps. The contrast in textures between the leaf colors and the concrete steps allows the leaves to stand out as the visual focal point. Repetition of colors, shapes and forms adds to this photo’s appeal.


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FIRST PLACE THE QUENCH Brendan Roy, photographer David Bryant, adviser Blessed Sacrament School, Wainwright, AB

Seeming to enjoy having water dumped on his head, the subject of this photo expresses his reaction amidst a smile. The photographer’s fast shutter speed froze the water as it splashed on his subject from the equally delighted doucer while the person with the megaphone looks on.


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FIRST PLACE GOT YOU Ziyang Zhang, photographer Katrina Zanrosso, adviser West Vancouver Secondary School, West Vancouver, BC

Intense sports action on the field translates to a great action shot that perfectly captures the moment. The players tackling the ball carrier show the intensity in their arms and faces while their opponent just tries to maintain control of the ball. There is nice separation for the main action and the other players on either side of the frame.

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FIRST PLACE SPLASH Emily Elizabeth Joyce, photographer Catherine Rossi, adviser Cardinal Carter Academy for the Arts, Toronto, ON

Water stopped in mid-splash adds an interesting detail to the delicate, China teacup in this scene. The lighting used adds dimension through the shadow on the backdrop. The contrast in tonality between the cold blue water and the warm red and pink colors on the teacup creates color opposites. Placing the teacup on the left side of the frame provides plenty of space for the dramatic splash to move up and right.


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ILLUSION VS. REALITY

MUSIC MAN

THE MILKMAN COMETH

MUSIC MAN Andrew MacMillan, photographer Danielle Curtis, adviser Brantford Collegiate Institute, Brantford, ON

ILLUSION VS. REALITY Natalie Evans, photographer Catherine Rossi, adviser Cardinal Carter Academy for the Arts, Toronto, ON

THE MILKMAN COMETH Mason Posival, photographer Casey Howard, adviser Markham District High School, Markham, ON

The photographer’s low angle, shooting into the

Taken from an angle above the subject and showing

The blue splash across the photographic frame and the

instrument, takes the viewer directly through this

presence only in the blue boots, the photographer

subject’s face creates an interesting pattern, particularly

portrait. The sharp focus of the hands becomes

created a picture that appears to show someone

around the eyes which seem encircled by the liquid.

the focal point in the shallow depth of field. The

standing on the subject. A layer of water drops on the

The light on the liquid forms interesting shadows and

photographer placed content in all three grounds:

ground adds to the image, further muddling the subject

highlights which add dimensionality to the scene.

foreground, middle ground and background, adding

and creating a soft, misty image. Coloring in the

With a stark black background and a subject in

depth and dimensionality to a really nice portrait.

subject shades his or her identity, adding mystery.

black, the cool blue tones emerge.


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POWER NELSON

CELEBRATION

BEST BUDDIES

CELEBRATION William Lauzon, photographer Steve Fazackerley, adviser Southridge School, Surrey, BC

POWER NELSON Fanny Bouchard, photographer John Villella, adviser École St. Cecilia Junior High School Edmonton, AB

BEST BUDDIES Jocelyn Tang, photographer Allison MacDonald, adviser R.C. Palmer Secondary School, Richmond, BC

Placing her subjects front and center, Fanny Bouchard’s

architectural detail in a building with converging, repeating

Sharing a moment of victory, two players celebrate wrapped up in the outcome. The story is told in the face

The portrait of two friends was shot at an interesting

and arms of the teammates. Shallow depth of field adds a

angle gives the wrestlers pivotal emphasis. Everything

shapes and a large window. The comfortable position

simple background mostly soft in focus. The bright green

going on in the background provides context but doesn’t

of the two girls indicates their friendliness. The identical

field is echoed in the tree adding depth to the scene.

interfere with the wrestlers in front because she effectively

outfits and expressions reinforce the portrait’s title.

used shallow depth of field. The positions of the two wrestlers show strong action enhanced by the lighting which adds strong shadows for depth.


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CONTEST JUDGES Yearbook designers brought their A-game to the 2015 Jostens/Adobe Design Contest with thousands of entries featuring creative, contemporary, eye-catching designs. Four prizes (grand, first, second and third) were awarded. The Jostens/Adobe Design Contest is open to all students using InDesign software to create their yearbooks. Martha Akers Loudon Valley High School Loudon Valley, VA Pam Bunka Fenton High School Fenton, MI Casey Nichols Rocklin High School Rocklin, CA

GRAND PRIZE SUSAN WANG Arrowhead Christian Academy Redlands, CA Crystal Kazmierski, adviser This magazine-style design breaks away from a traditional look to provide a visual surprise as the reader flips through the yearbook. Verbal and visual content combine, delivering interesting information that is easy to read. Color used in the headline provides visual accent while highlighting clever wordplay. Color and typographic accent is also used to emphasize the names of the apps in the copy blocks. In addition to overall creativity, the design showcases phenomenal production skills with careful preparation of the images.


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FIRST PLACE (TIE) BAYLEIGH IVAN Grand Blanc High School Grand Blanc, MI Ava Butzu, adviser Red accent color, used sparingly, adds visual energy as it echoes across this special feature spread. The impactful environmental portrait, packaged with a statement accented with red oversized quote marks, pulls the reader into the presentation while the placement of the well-designed headline presentation acts as a bridge from the large photo to the feature story. The red drop cap to begin the feature story serves as a reader-entry point. In an all-color yearbook, a special look is created by not using process color photography and bright colors.

FIRST PLACE (TIE) EMMA SHANE JONES Whitewater High School Fayetteville, GA Jennifer Kaiser, adviser A carefully planned full-spread photo gives this opening spread a sophisticated, magazine-style look. Impactful, direct quotes are displayed adjacent to each student featured in the photograph and are accented with oversized quote marks and names. Transparency is used to increase readability as well as to define the space for each quote box. Key phrases are emphasized in the quotes to encourage readership.


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SECOND PLACE SERENA SUMMERS Shawnee Mission East High School Prairie Village, KS C. Dow Tate, adviser A powerful horizontal image of the Kansas City skyline is digitally merged with the primary headline and surprises the reader because the headline is anchored to the bottom of the spread rather than in a predictable location at the top. Unity is achieved by using a similar design for three of the feature modules including matching the headlines with the spread’s main headline by repeating fonts, colors and shades.

THIRD PLACE WILL DIAMOND St. Mark’s School of Texas Dallas, TX Ray Westbrook, adviser This sophisticated modular design is packed with content without looking crowded. A visual centerpiece is established on the left by making the dominant module significantly larger than the other content modules. For further impact, the centerpiece also contains the spread’s largest photograph and its main headline. The horizontal orientation of the dominant module clashes with the three extreme vertical modules on the right, creating visual energy. The modules are aligned on the bottom, but staggered across the top, creating an open look.


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HONORABLE MENTION SARAH HUSSAIN Glenbrook South High School Glenview, IL Brenda Field, adviser A “layout within a layout” approach creates a powerful dominant module running along the top two-thirds of the spread. This dominant module houses the spread’s main headline presentation and is defined by a subtle color pattern that doesn’t distract the reader. The echoing of mint green across the design links the dominant module to the smaller content modules. In a risky move, the dominant photo is placed to the outside left corner with the smaller images and extra space clustered near the gutter. The risk paid off with an unconventional and contemporary look.

HONORABLE MENTION ELIZABETH OXFORD Harlingen High School Harlingen, TX Lynda Gonzalez, adviser Effective visual and verbal storytelling, and ultimately a dynamic design, are the result of careful planning. A magazine-style photo illustration is used to tell the story of school pressure and stress. Call-out text boxes offer interesting stories that relate to items in the photo and are highlighted by subtle color blocks. Storytelling student quotes are incorporated to cover more than the single student in the photo. A carefully designed headline unifies the spread.


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HONORABLE MENTION STEPHANIE TANGEN Idaho Falls High School Idaho Falls, ID Ryan Hansen, adviser Planning is the key to a storytelling design and a smart decision was made to tell the story of creative Halloween costumes using posed photos, eliminating visual distractions. Dominance is achieved by making one of the photos larger than the others. The storytelling direct quotes provide insights about the costumes and the students wearing them. The quotes are connected to the images with subtle “call out� graphics. Effective typographic and color techniques visually accent a compelling verbal headline.

HONORABLE MENTION DILLON HODGES Kirkwood High School Kirkwood, MO Mitch Eden, adviser A full-spread, full-bleed photograph gives this closing spread the impact it deserves. Image selection is critical when using a full-spread background photo. First, the image needs to tell a story that is worthy of such a large space. Also, the image needs areas where text can be printed without compromising readability. In this case, the sky provides a clean area for the closing copy. The align-right caption is placed on a transparent box that extends onto the photo from the left page edge, creating subtle movement toward the center. A skinny horizontal module along the bottom adds five additional student voices.


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HONORABLE MENTION BRIDGET WRAY Shawnee Mission North High School Overland Park, KS Becky Tate, adviser An effective spread allows the story to become the focal point. The design should deliver the content without calling attention to itself. This design does just that by building the story around a powerful dominant visual that teams with a clever verbal headline to capture the excitement of Muckfest. The power of the full-page image on the left guides the eye to the powerful headline, supporting images and feature story on the right.

HONORABLE MENTION CHRISTIANA PEEK Stony Point High School Round Rock, TX Rebecca Plumley, adviser Inspired by online design, interactivity is becoming increasingly important in print design, and this yearbook spread on artists and creativity delivers. The circular graphic on the left features the portraits of eight artists. The graphic on the right connects the featured artwork with the artist. Storytelling quotes from the eight artists appear at the top, adding a verbal component to supplement the visuals. The portraits, quotes and featured artwork are numbered to direct the reader. The circular graphics were not unique to this spread — they coordinate with the yearbook’s overall concept and design.


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HONORABLE MENTION KAYLEN COMBS James Bowie High School Austin, TX Deanna Dellana, adviser This modular design marries verbal and visual elements to profile a senior player. The centerpiece module features a strong image, accented with a subtle cut-out background, paired with skillful, stylish and trendy typographic touches to present the story in a fun and visual way. The dominant module is effectively framed by vertical and horizontal rails of expanded spacing. The smaller modules are designed with tight spacing and easy-to-read caption blocks with distinctive lead-ins emphasized by the use of all-caps, bold and color.


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CONTEST JUDGES Yearbook designers brought their A-game to the 2015 Jostens YearTech Online Design Contest with thousands of entries featuring creative, contemporary, eye-catching designs. Four prizes (grand, first, second and third) were awarded. The Jostens YearTech Online Design Contest is open to yearbook staffs creating their yearbooks online with Jostens. Martha Akers Loudon Valley High School Loudon Valley, VA Pam Bunka Fenton High School Fenton, MI Casey Nichols Rocklin High School Rocklin, CA

GRAND PRIZE EMILY WU Southwest Career and Technical Academy Las Vegas, NV Matthew LaPorte, adviser This divider design commands attention because of its powerful simplicity. Surrounded by white space for impact, the “SUMMER� title is displayed in a bold, sans serif font filled with images. The technique works effectively because the letters are bold and large, allowing the images to be large enough to clearly see the students. Typography is crisp and easy to read. Concept-related folios incorporate student photos cropped in half for emphasis. Each photo features a direct quote with centered alignment and bold emphasis words.


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FIRST PLACE LEXY ANDERSON MAYA BORDWELL Green Valley High School Henderson, NV Julie Goldstein, adviser The skilled use of dominance and spacing gives this modular sports design impact. By placing the dominant photo on the left, the eye is directed into the smaller content modules on the right. A bold, horizontal bar links the two pages into a visual unit. The spread’s main headline and story are also carefully overprinted on the dominant photo creating a powerful centerpiece module. Expanded spacing between the modules on the right avoids an overcrowded look, while tight spacing within the modules unifies the photo collections.

SECOND PLACE D.J. SUSTAITA Stigler High School Stigler, OK Mitchell Bird, adviser Contrast is the driving design principle behind this powerful divider spread design. A super-sized, full-bleed background photo is a stark contrast to the 30 smaller photos on the spread. This contrast creates visual energy. Care is taken to crop the small photos tightly so the faces are easy to see. A bar not only provides a placeholder for the small photographs and copy, it provides horizontal unity. Identifications are provided for the 30 small photographs without adding clutter.


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THIRD PLACE AMANDA DAGEL Lake Washington High School Kirkland, WA Dawn Wyatt, adviser Arranging 50 content elements on a design takes special planning and skill. To mark the school’s fiftieth anniversary, this spread features “50 Things We Love About LW.” To organize the content, each item receives a box featuring quotes and illustrative photographs. While the consistent boxes add unity to the presentation, contrast is created by tilting some of the boxes and using a select number of cut-out background photos, which avoids a checkerboard look. A light gray tint in the background makes the white boxes pop.

HONORABLE MENTION JARON URBAN Wheeling High School Wheeling, IL Sandra Gruen, adviser Photography is the heart and soul of a powerful design, and the impactful and colorful skateboarding image commands reader attention. Smaller photos and the headline treatment are anchored to the dominant photo and tight spacing unifies the presentation. The angled placement of the images and text is used as a theme-related visual unifier throughout the book. The divider copy demands attention because it is separated from the rest of the page and is accompanied by a small photograph.


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HONORABLE MENTION LEAH DAVIS Dr. Phillips High School Orlando, FL Deb Grund, adviser This creative sports specialty spread profiles athletes who were recruited to play collegiate athletics. In an unusual placement, storytelling quotes and photos of the featured athletes are displayed at the top of the page above the headline. Key words in the headline are typographically emphasized by using bold and all-caps. An interesting photo treatment, from signing day, provides a dominant focal point.

HONORABLE MENTION NAZANIN HAKIM JADE HILL Green Valley High School Henderson, NV Julie Goldstein, adviser The creative blend of different fonts and capitalization patterns is appropriate and clever for displaying the “Always Different� theme statement on this opening spread. The unique typographic style is also repeated in the presentation of the page numbers. A single, large and dramatic photograph supports the theme statement and provides a powerful focal point. A large drop-cap serves as an effective reader-entry point into the copy.


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HONORABLE MENTION REEVES OYSTER Clayton High School Clayton, MO Marci Pieper, adviser

Circular graphics, coordinating with the yearbook’s theme presentation, accent the photo presentation on this divider spread. The content of the dominant photo on the left intentionally drives the reader into the copy presentation on the right. The circular graphic concept is also incorporated into the folio presentation and the abstract clock-style icon on the right. The angled alignment of the text block provides a stark contrast to the circular elements. Color accents the design and provides unity as it echoes across the spread.

HONORABLE MENTION SOFIE SCALETTA Coronado High School Henderson, NV Nancy Thompson, adviser The angular placement of the photo strip and typographic elements visually unifies the theme presentation and makes a dramatic opening spread design. The bold words and small photographs give the design energy while the generous use of white space makes the content standout. The oversized folio presentation, a continuity element used throughout the yearbook, is also placed at the same angle.


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HONORABLE MENTION MARION COX FRANCES GANEM Walter Hines Page High School Greensboro, NC Matthew Rickard, adviser A visually interesting dominant photo provides a much-needed focal point, which increases the readership of the smaller photos grouped around it. The placement of the dominant photo strategically directs the reader into the headline and feature story. Tight spacing is used between the photos for unity. Thin horizontal and vertical lines unify the pages and accent the content while coordinating nicely with the thin headline font.


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SIX WINS. SEVEN YEARS. ENOUGH SAID. No one prints a better yearbook than Jostens — and we have awards from the Printing Industries of America [PIA] to prove it. For the sixth time in seven years, Jostens has earned the coveted Best of Category “Benny” Award in the School Yearbook category. The PIA Premier Print Awards is the world’s most prestigious printing competition and recognizes outstanding achievement in print production. In all, Jostens claimed 20 of the 27 awards in the School Yearbooks category:

Sound 2014 Long Island University Brooklyn Campus [NY] Marksmen 2014 St. Mark’s School of Texas [TX] Howitzer 2014 United States Military Academy [NY] The Miller 2015 Yukon High School [OK] CERTIFICATE OF MERIT Cornellian 2015 Cornell University [NY]

BEST OF CATEGORY “BENNY”

Highlander 2015 Highland Park High School [TX]

Lucky Bag 2014 United States Naval Academy [MD]

Lone Star 2015 James Bowie High School [TX]

AWARD OF RECOGNITION

Red Cedar Log 2014 Michigan State University [MI]

Sub Turri 2015 Boston College [MA] Taps 2014 Clemson University [SC] Cavaleon 2015 Coral Gables Senior High School [FL] Etruscan 2014 Glenbrook South High School [IL] Pioneer 2015 Kirkwood High School [MO] The Talon 2014 La Quinta High School [CA]

La Vie 2014 The Pennsylvania State University [PA] Hi •S• Potts 2015 Pottsville Area High School [PA] Tonitrus 2014 Rocklin High School [CA] Hardscrabble 2015 Western Reserve Academy [OH] El Paisano 2014 Westlake High School [TX]


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EXCELLENCE MATTERS In early 2015, the three national press associations announced the yearbook finalists 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] Pacemaker are considered top national journalism awards for student publications. The winners were officially announced at the spring CSPA and NSPA conventions and at the fall ACP convention. Jostens is honored to work with these talented yearbook staffs.

Bryant High School Bryant, AR The Hornet Margaret Sorrows, adviser CSPA Gold Crown NSPA Pacemaker Coronado Middle School Coronado, CA The Surfer Amy Steward, adviser CSPA Silver Crown NSPA Pacemaker Finalist Dos Pueblos High School Goleta, CA The Image John Dent, adviser NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

Fenton High School Fenton, MI Fentonian Pam Bunka, adviser CSPA Silver Crown NSPA Pacemaker Glenbrook South High School Glenview, IL Etruscan Brenda Field, adviser NSPA Pacemaker Loudoun Valley High School Purcellville, VA Saga Martha Akers, adviser CSPA Gold Crown


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Maize South Middle School Wichita, KS Stampede Mary Patrick, adviser NSPA Pacemaker Finalist Michigan State University East Lansing, MI Red Cedar Log Merinda Valley, editor-in-chief ACP Pacemaker Finalist Orangewood Christian School Maitland, FL Rampages Rhonda Yetman, adviser CSPA Silver Crown

Rocklin High School Rocklin, CA Tonitrus Casey Nichols, adviser NSPA Pacemaker St. Mark’s School of Texas Dallas, TX Marksmen Ray Westbrook, adviser CSPA Silver Crown NSPA Pacemaker Trinity High School Euless, TX Triune Christine Davis CSPA Silver Crown NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

Westlake High School Austin, TX El Paisano Cindy Todd, adviser CSPA Gold Crown NSPA Pacemaker Whitney High School Rocklin, CA Details Sarah Nichols CSPA Silver Crown NSPA Pacemaker Yukon High School Yukon, OK The Miller Erik Jackson, adviser NSPA Pacemaker


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Adviser of the Year MARGARET SORROWS NAMED 2014 JEA NATIONAL YEARBOOK ADVISER OF THE YEAR

“Our goal is to produce a quality yearbook our students, faculty, staff and community will love. If we do that, the accolades will come.”

Margaret Sorrows, Bryant High School [AR], was officially recognized as National Yearbook Adviser of the Year at the JEA/NSPA Spring National High School Journalism Convention in Denver, CO. At that event, JEA also honored Pam Bunka, Fenton High School [MI] and Amy Morgan, Shawnee Mission West High School [KS], as Special Recognition yearbook advisers.

Margaret Sorrows

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We’re proud to announce the recipients of the 2015 National Yearbook Program of Excellence Award. Schools that continually strive to create a great yearbook for their students deserve to be recognized. We understand that a great yearbook program doesn’t just happen and we’re dedicated to helping schools strengthen theirs. 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 A book that means something to all students and includes a vast majority of the student body. A BOOK IN EVERY STUDENT’S HANDS Schools put so much time, effort and love into their yearbook. We want to help ensure that as many students as possible get to enjoy the masterpiece that’s created. EFFECTIVE PROJECT MANAGEMENT Meeting yearbook deadlines is a very important part of the yearbook creation process and ensures the delivery of books on time.


NATIONAL YEARBOOK PROGRAM OF EXCELLENCE 29 6 Recipients are listed alphabetically by state or province and then by city.

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eStem High Public Charter School Little Rock, AR

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Abbeville Christian Academy Abbeville, AL

Mount St. Mary Academy Little Rock, AR

Sands Secondary School Delta, BC

Houston Academy Dothan, AL

Malvern High School Malvern, AR

Kelowna Christian School Kelowna, BC

Cottage Hill Christian Academy Mobile, AL

Mammoth Spring High School Mammoth Spring, AR

Meadowridge Secondary School Maple Ridge, BC

Montgomery Academy Montgomery, AL Samson High School Samson, AL Smiths Station Junior High School Smiths Station, AL Alpena School Alpena, AR Bauxite High School Bauxite, AR Harmony Grove Middle School Benton, AR County Line High School Branch, AR Cabot High School Cabot, AR Corning High School Corning, AR Ouachita High School Donaldson, AR Hector High School Hector, AR Catholic High School for Boys Little Rock, AR

Sacred Heart School Morrilton, AR

Horace Mann School Beverly Hills, CA Carmel Middle School Carmel, CA Valley Christian High School Cerritos, CA West Valley High School Cottonwood, CA Our Lady of Mercy School Daly City, CA

Archbishop Carney Regional Secondary School Port Coquitlam, BC

Rolling Hills Middle School El Dorado Hills, CA

Pitt River Middle School Port Coquitlam, BC

Academy of the Redwoods Eureka, CA

Taylor High School Taylor, AR

Hugh McRoberts Secondary School Richmond, BC

Eureka High School Eureka, CA

Arkansas High School Texarkana, AR

R.C. Palmer Secondary School Richmond, BC

Timbo High School Timbo, AR

Rosedale Traditional Community School Rosedale, BC

Mount Ida High School Mount Ida, AR Oden High School Oden, AR

Viola High School Viola, AR Waldron High School Waldron, AR West Memphis Christian High School West Memphis, AR Rivercrest High School Wilson, AR Seton Catholic High School Chandler, AZ The Gregory School Middle School Tucson, AZ

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University High School Fresno, CA Rio Lindo Adventist Academy Healdsburg, CA Julian Union High School Julian, CA Parkway Middle School La Mesa, CA

Servite High School Anaheim, CA

Monterey Bay Academy La Selva Beach, CA

Fairmont Private SchoolsAnaheim Hills Campus Anaheim Hills, CA

Twelve Bridges Middle School Lincoln, CA

Atascadero High School Atascadero, CA Pine Hills Adventist Academy Auburn, CA Beverly Vista Elementary School Beverly Hills, CA

Notre Dame Academy Los Angeles, CA Ribet Academy Los Angeles, CA Ribet High School Los Angeles, CA Rolling Hills Middle School Los Gatos, CA


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Liberty High School Madera, CA

The Harker Middle School San Jose, CA

Ranchos Middle School Madera, CA

La Cumbre Middle School Santa Barbara, CA

Stone Ridge Christian High School Merced, CA

St. Joseph High School Santa Maria, CA

Charter School of Morgan Hill Morgan Hill, CA Shadow Mountain Baptist School Morgan Hill, CA Shivela Middle School Murrieta, CA Minarets High School O’Neals, CA St. Vincent de Paul High School Petaluma, CA Piedmont Middle School Piedmont, CA Enterprise High School Redding, CA Liberty Christian High School Redding, CA Western Sierra Collegiate Academy Rocklin, CA Muscatel Middle School Rosemead, CA San Benancio Middle School Salinas, CA Parkside Intermediate School San Bruno, CA Heritage Christian School San Diego, CA Stuart Hall High School San Francisco, CA

Twin Hills Middle School Sebastopol, CA Earl Warren Middle School Solana Beach, CA Rio Norte Junior High School Valencia, CA

Bishop Machebeuf Catholic High School Denver, CO

Quinebaug Middle College High School Danielson, CT

Erie Middle School Erie, CO

Manchester High School Manchester, CT

Blevins Middle School Fort Collins, CO

Newtown High School Sandy Hook, CT

Heritage Christian Academy Fort Collins, CO

Torrington High School Torrington, CT

Liberty Common High School Fort Collins, CO

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Webber Middle School Fort Collins, CO

Travis Ranch Elementary School Yorba Linda, CA

Fruita Monument High School Fruita, CO

Yorba Linda High School Yorba Linda, CA

Haxtun High School Haxtun, CO

Highland High School Ault, CO

Peak to Peak Charter High School Lafayette, CO

Fox Ridge Middle School Aurora, CO Berthoud High School Berthoud, CO Broomfield Senior High School Broomfield, CO Holy Family High School Broomfield, CO Jefferson Academy High School Broomfield, CO Jefferson Academy Junior High School Broomfield, CO Colorado Springs Christian High School Colorado Springs, CO

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Peak to Peak Charter Middle School Lafayette, CO Lyons High School Lyons, CO Lyons Middle School Lyons, CO Monument Academy Middle School Monument, CO Air Academy High School U. S. Air Force Academy, CO Wellington Middle School Wellington, CO Mandalay Middle School Westminster, CO Wray High School Wray, CO

Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School Washington, DC Sussex Academy Georgetown, DE

F Holmes County High School Bonifay, FL Trafalgar Middle School Cape Coral, FL American Heritage School Boca/Delray Delray Beach, FL The King’s Academy Upper School West Palm Beach, FL

G King’s Ridge Christian School Alpharetta, GA Atlanta Girls School Atlanta, GA Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School Atlanta, GA


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The Lovett School Atlanta, GA Pace Academy Atlanta, GA Aquinas High School Augusta, GA Fannin County High School Blue Ridge, GA South Forsyth Middle School Cumming, GA Riverview Middle School Dawsonville, GA Landmark Christian School Fairburn, GA Bible Baptist Christian School Hampton, GA Perimeter School Johns Creek, GA Wildwood Christian Academy Marble Hill, GA Model High School Rome, GA Savannah Christian Preparatory Upper School Savannah, GA Trinity Christian School Sharpsburg, GA Community Christian Elementary School Stockbridge, GA Community Christian School Stockbridge, GA Briarwood Academy Warrenton, GA Lyndon Academy Woodstock, GA

H Kamehameha Middle School Makawao, HI

I Cam High School Anita, IA Audubon High School Audubon, IA Paton Churdan High School Churdan, IA South Page High School College Springs, IA Wahlert High School Dubuque, IA Beckman High School Dyersville, IA Hudson High School Hudson, IA OABCIG High School Ida Grove, IA Iowa Mennonite High School Kalona, IA North Linn High School Troy Mills, IA Waukon High School Waukon, IA Rocky Mountain Middle School Idaho Falls, ID John Hersey High School Arlington Heights, IL

A-C Central High School Ashland, IL

South Side Baptist School Oak Lawn, IL

Central Catholic High School Bloomington, IL

Chicago Christian High School Palos Heights, IL

Brussels High School Brussels, IL

Pearl City High School Pearl City, IL

Jay Stream Middle School Carol Stream, IL

Polo Community High School Polo, IL

Cisne Community High School Cisne, IL

Lake County Baptist School Waukegan, IL

Coulterville High School Coulterville, IL

McKenzie Elementary School Wilmette, IL

Cowden Herrick High School Cowden, IL

Marian Central Catholic High School Woodstock, IL

Cowden Herrick Junior High School Cowden, IL Crystal Lake Central High School Crystal Lake, IL

Charlestown High School Charlestown, IN Prairie Heights High School La Grange, IN

Tri-Point High School Cullom, IL

Rensselaer Central High School Rensselaer, IN

Tri-Valley High School Downs, IL

Saint Joseph High School South Bend, IN

Elmwood High School Elmwood, IL

Owen Valley High School Spencer, IN

Westlake Christian School Grayslake, IL

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Benet Academy Lisle, IL Mattoon High School Mattoon, IL

Wabaunsee High School Alma, KS Labette County High School Altamont, KS

Meredosia-Chambersburg High School Meredosia, IL

Andover Middle School Andover, KS

Nokomis Junior High School Nokomis, IL

Basehor-Linwood High School Basehor, KS


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Burlington High School Burlington, KS

Sabetha High School Sabetha, KS

The Academy of the Holy Cross Kensington, MD

Burrton High School Burrton, KS

St. John High School St. John, KS

Cunningham High School Cunningham, KS

St. Paul High School St. Paul, KS

Derby Middle School Derby, KS

Sedan High School Sedan, KS

Fowler High School Fowler, KS

Silver Lake Jr./Sr. High School Silver Lake, KS

Notre Dame Preparatory School Towson, MD

Frankfort High School Frankfort, KS

Stafford High School Stafford, KS

Westminster High School Westminster, MD

Garden Plain High School Garden Plain, KS

Seaman Middle School Topeka, KS

Boothbay Region High School Boothbay Harbor, ME

Glasco High School Glasco, KS

Ulysses High School Ulysses, KS

Hall Dale High School Farmingdale, ME

Kiowa County High School Greensburg, KS

University Heights Academy Hopkinsville, KY

Catherine McAuley High School Portland, ME

Haysville Middle School Haysville, KS

Manchester Valley High School Manchester, MD Severna Park Middle School Severna Park, MD

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Michigan School for the Deaf Flint, MI Powers Catholic High School Flint, MI Fowler High School Fowler, MI Goodrich Middle School Goodrich, MI Catholic Central High School Grand Rapids, MI Covenant Christian High School Grand Rapids, MI East Grand Rapids High School Grand Rapids, MI Grand Rapids Adventist Academy Grand Rapids, MI

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Almont High School Almont, MI

Grosse Pointe South High School Grosse Pointe, MI

St. Thomas Aquinas Regional Catholic High School Hammond, LA

Fr. Gabriel Richard High School Ann Arbor, MI

Jackson Catholic Middle School Jackson, MI

Evangel Christian Academy Shreveport, LA

Brethren High School Brethren, MI

Jackson Christian School Jackson, MI

Franklin Academy Winnsboro, LA

Britton Deerfield Schools Britton, MI

Ladywood High School Livonia, MI

Plainville High School Plainville, KS

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Zion Christian School Byron Center, MI

Bishop Foley High School Madison Heights, MI

Pretty Prairie High School Pretty Prairie, KS

Roland Park Country School Baltimore, MD

Cass City High School Cass City, MI

Mason High School Mason, MI

Quinter High School Quinter, KS

West Nottingham Academy Colora, MD

Beach Middle School Chelsea, MI

St. Mary Catholic Central High School Monroe, MI

Pawnee Heights High School Rozel, KS

North Carroll High School Hampstead, MD

Holcomb High School Holcomb, KS Nativity Elementary School Leawood, KS Ness City High School Ness City, KS Palco High School Palco, KS

Lake Fenton Middle School Fenton, MI

Pathfinder School Pinckney, MI


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Notre Dame Preparatory School Pontiac, MI Richmond High School Richmond, MI Gabriel Richard Catholic High School Riverview, MI Utica Academy for International Studies Sterling Heights, MI Regina High School Warren, MI Jean & Samuel Frankel Jewish Academy West Bloomfield, MI Bemidji High School Bemidji, MN Maranatha Christian Academy Brooklyn Park, MN Caledonia High School Caledonia, MN

Esko High School Esko, MN

Notre Dame High School Cape Girardeau, MO

Hermantown High School Hermantown, MN

Sunnydale Academy Centralia, MO

Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg High School Kerkhoven, MN

Diamond High School Diamond, MO

Littlefork-Big Falls School Littlefork, MN Loyola High School Mankato, MN Pequot Lakes High School Pequot Lakes, MN Fourth Baptist Christian School Plymouth, MN Academy of Holy Angels Richfield, MN First Baptist School Rosemount, MN Sartell High School Sartell, MN

Southwest Christian High School Chaska, MN

Deephaven Elementary School Wayzata, MN

Chisago Lakes Baptist School Chisago City, MN

Liberty Classical Academy White Bear Lake, MN

Chisholm High School Chisholm, MN

New Life Academy Woodbury, MN

Centennial High School Circle Pines, MN

Wrenshall High School Wrenshall, MN

Delano High School Delano, MN

South Nodaway High School Barnard, MO

Lakeview Christian Academy Duluth, MN

Belle High School Belle, MO

Edina High School Edina, MN

Cabool High School Cabool, MO

Spectrum High School Elk River, MN

Valley High School Caledonia, MO

Van Buren Junior Senior High School Van Buren, MO St. Francis Borgia Regional High School Washington, MO

Saint Pius X High School Festus, MO

St. Patrick Catholic High School Biloxi, MS

Fordland High School Fordland, MO

Hancock Middle School Kiln, MS

Gainesville R-5 High School Gainesville, MO

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Glasgow High School Glasgow, MO East Buchanan High School Gower, MO Nodaway-Holt High School Graham, MO Lockwood High School Lockwood, MO Oran High School Oran, MO South Holt High School Oregon, MO

Bernice MacNaughton High School Moncton, NB Christ School Arden, NC Asheville School Asheville, NC The Burlington School Burlington, NC Mount Pisgah Academy Candler, NC

St. Joseph Christian School St. Joseph, MO

Blue Ridge Early College High School Cashiers, NC

Bishop Dubourg High School Saint Louis, MO

Northside Christian Academy Charlotte, NC

Incarnate Word Academy Saint Louis, MO

Davidson Day School Davidson, NC

Savannah Senior High School Savannah, MO

South Davidson High School Denton, NC

Stewartsville High School Stewartsville, MO

Fletcher Academy Fletcher, NC

Summersville High School Summersville, MO

Gaston Christian School Gastonia, NC Caldwell Academy Greensboro, NC


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Grandview Middle School Hickory, NC

Litchville-Marion High School Marion, ND

Saint Mary’s School for the Deaf Buffalo, NY

Madison Junior High School Middletown, OH

Northview Middle School Hickory, NC

Minot Magic City Campus High School Minot, ND

Grafflin Elementary School Chappaqua, NY

New Bremen High School New Bremen, OH

Cooperstown High School Cooperstown, NY

Catholic Central High School Springfield, OH

Fairport High School Fairport, NY

Timberstone Junior High School Sylvania, OH

Central Academy at Lake Park Indian Trail, NC Sheets Memorial Christian School Lexington, NC McDowell Early College High School Marion, NC Murphy High School Murphy, NC Epiphany School of Global Studies New Bern, NC Grace Christian School Raleigh, NC North Raleigh Christian Academy Raleigh, NC Wake Christian Academy Raleigh, NC Rockingham Early College High School Reedsville, NC Rosman Middle & High School Rosman, NC O’Neal School Southern Pines, NC Victory Christian School Sylva, NC Fairmount High School Fairmount, ND Lamoure High School Lamoure, ND Linton High School Linton, ND

New Town High School New Town, ND Allen High School Allen, NE Bridgeport High School Bridgeport, NE Central City High School Central City, NE Humphrey High School Humphrey, NE Pleasanton High School Pleasanton, NE

Lansing High School Lansing, NY Lisbon Central School Lisbon, NY Lynbrook South Middle School Lynbrook, NY Madison Central School Madison, NY

Lin-Wood High School Lincoln, NH

Norwood-Norfolk Jr./Sr. High School Norwood, NY

Brewster Academy Wolfeboro, NH

Pawling Middle School Pawling, NY

Saint Rose High School Belmar, NJ

Faith Heritage School Syracuse, NY

Bordentown Regional High School Bordentown, NJ

O

Menaul School Albuquerque, NM

West Geauga High School Chesterland, OH

Victory Christian School Albuquerque, NM

Indian Hill Middle School Cincinnati, OH

Estancia Middle School Estancia, NM

McNicholas High School Cincinnati, OH

Faith Lutheran High School Las Vegas, NV

Ayersville High School Defiance, OH

Trinity International School Las Vegas, NV

Fort Jennings High School Fort Jennings, OH Mentor Christian School Mentor, OH

Central Catholic High School Toledo, OH Ottawa Hills Junior High School Toledo, OH Edgewood High School Trenton, OH Cache Middle School Cache, OK Fort Gibson High School Fort Gibson, OK Okarche High School Okarche, OK Christ the King Catholic School Oklahoma City, OK Rejoice Christian High School Owasso, OK Rejoice Christian Middle School Owasso, OK Ringwood High School Ringwood, OK Oklahoma Union High School South Coffeyville, OK Augustine Christian Academy Tulsa, OK Booker T. Washington High School Tulsa, OK


NATIONAL YEARBOOK PROGRAM OF EXCELLENCE 302

Wright Christian Academy Tulsa, OK

Coudersport High School Coudersport, PA

Northern Potter High School Ulysses, PA

Ipswich High School Ipswich, SD

Académie catholique Mère-Teresa Hamilton, ON

Pleasant Valley Mennonite School Ephrata, PA

Wellsboro Area High School Wellsboro, PA

Langford High School Langford, SD

Huron Heights Secondary School Kitchener, ON

Line Mountain High School Herndon, PA

S

Northwestern High School Mellette, SD

Santiam Christian School Adair Village, OR Banks Middle School Banks, OR Elgin High School Elgin, OR Lifegate School Eugene, OR East Linn Christian Academy Lebanon, OR East Linn Christian Academy Middle School Lebanon, OR

Moshannon Valley Junior Senior High School Houtzdale, PA Lancaster County Christian School Lancaster, PA Mount Carmel Area High School Mount Carmel, PA Philipsburg Osceola High School Philipsburg, PA Fort Couch Middle School Pittsburgh, PA

Mapleton High School Mapleton, OR

Shady Side Academy Middle School Pittsburgh, PA

Cascade Christian High School Medford, OR

Port Allegany Junior Senior High School Port Allegany, PA

Central Catholic High School Portland, OR

Bucktail High School Renovo, PA

Horizon Christian High School Tualatin, OR

Somerset Area Senior High School Somerset, PA

P Bellefonte High School Bellefonte, PA Brockway Area Jr./ Sr. High School Brockway, PA

South Williamsport Jr./Sr. High School South Williamsport, PA Marian Catholic High School Tamaqua, PA Shalom Mennonite School Terre Hill, PA

Southwood Academy of the Arts Anderson, SC Christ Church Episcopal School Greenville, SC Powdersville High School Greenville, SC Powdersville Middle School Greenville, SC Sterling Middle School Greenville, SC Laurens Academy Laurens, SC Liberty High School Liberty, SC Orangeburg Preparatory School Orangeburg, SC Thomas Sumter Academy Rembert, SC Brashier Middle College Charter High School Simpsonville, SC Southside Christian School Simpsonville, SC Converse College Spartanburg, SC Roncalli High School Aberdeen, SD Britton-Hecla High School Britton, SD

Mobridge-Pollock High School Mobridge, SD Lyman High School Presho, SD Grant Deuel High School Revillo, SD Rutland High School Rutland, SD Stickney High School Stickney, SD Hitchcock-Tulare High School Tulare, SD Sioux Valley High School Volga, SD Wilmot High School Wilmot, SD

T Ezell Harding Christian School Antioch, TN Trousdale County High School Hartsville, TN McEwen High School McEwen, TN Davidson Academy Nashville, TN Amarillo High School Amarillo, TX Liberty Christian School Argyle, TX


NATIONAL YEARBOOK PROGRAM OF EXCELLENCE

St. Dominic Savio Catholic High School Austin, TX Episcopal High School Bellaire, TX Boys Ranch High School Boys Ranch, TX Colleyville Heritage High School Colleyville, TX

The Village School Houston, TX St. John XXIII High School Katy, TX Willow Creek Elementary School Kingwood, TX Liberty Hill High School Liberty Hill, TX

U Duchesne High School Duchesne, UT Gunnison Valley High School Gunnison, UT Helper Middle School Helper, UT

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Wilson Memorial High School Fishersville, VA Fredericksburg Academy Fredericksburg, VA Short Pump Middle School Glen Allen, VA Oak Knoll Middle School Mechanicsville, VA Peninsula Catholic High School Newport News, VA

Lovejoy High School Lucas, TX

Utah County Academy of Sciences Orem, UT

Woden High School Nacogdoches, TX

Parowan High School Parowan, UT

New Bridge Academy Sandton, VA

Fairhill School Dallas, TX

Eagle Heights Christian Academy Pearland, TX

Mont Harmon Middle School Price, UT

Immanuel Christian School Springfield, VA

Era Secondary School Era, TX

Centennial Elementary School Plano, TX

Judge Memorial Catholic High School Salt Lake City, UT

Nansemond-Suffolk Academy Suffolk, VA

Farwell High School Farwell, TX

Jasper High School Plano, TX

Paradigm High School South Jordan, UT

Legacy Christian Academy Frisco, TX

Post High School Post, TX

Sunset Junior High School Sunset, UT

Pioneer Heritage Middle School Frisco, TX

Poth High School Poth, TX

Rocky Mountain Junior High School West Haven, UT

Covenant Christian Academy Colleyville, TX Colmesneil High School Colmesneil, TX

Sue Wilson Stafford Middle School Frisco, TX Sanford-Fritch High School Fritch, TX

Cornerstone Christian School San Antonio, TX Smithson Valley Middle School Spring Branch, TX Coulson Tough School The Woodlands, TX

Sanford-Fritch Junior High School Fritch City, TX

Rosehill Christian School Tomball, TX

Marine Military Academy Harlingen, TX

Trenton High School Trenton, TX

Hawley High School Hawley, TX

Wellington High School Wellington, TX

Texas Christian School Houston, TX

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Danville School Danville, VT Twinfield Union High School Plainfield, VT

W Bellevue Christian Junior High School Bellevue, WA

St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes School Alexandria, VA

Forest Ridge School of the Sacred Heart Bellevue, WA

Swanson Middle School Arlington, VA

Hockinson Middle School Brush Prairie, WA

Williamsburg Middle School Arlington, VA

White River High School Buckley, WA

Hickory High School Chesapeake, VA

Chimacum High School Chimacum, WA

Longfellow Middle School Falls Church, VA

Rainier Christian High School Covington, WA


NATIONAL YEARBOOK PROGRAM OF EXCELLENCE 304

Edgemont Junior High School Edgemont, WA

Tesla STEM High School Redmond, WA

Edgerton High School Edgerton, WI

Saint Mary Central High School Neenah, WI

Entiat Junior/Senior School Entiat, WA

New Horizon School Renton, WA

Fort Atkinson Middle School Fort Atkinson, WI

Heritage Christian School New Berlin, WI

Goodman Middle School Gig Harbor, WA

Holy Names Academy Seattle, WA

Freedom High School Freedom, WI

Onalaska High School Onalaska, WI

Kopachuck Middle School Gig Harbor, WA

Lakeside Middle School Seattle, WA

Goodman-Armstrong Creek High School Goodman, WI

River Ridge High School Patch Grove, WI

Finn Hill Middle School Kirkland, WA

Lakeside Upper School Seattle, WA

International Community School Kirkland, WA

Shorewood Christian School Seattle, WA

Kirkland Seventh-Day Adventist School Kirkland, WA Lake Washington High School Kirkland, WA Lake Stevens Middle School Lake Stevens, WA Evergreen Christian School Olympia, WA Griffin School Olympia, WA Cascade Christian High School Puyallup, WA Cascade Christian Junior High School Puyallup, WA Glacier View Junior High School Puyallup, WA Kalles Junior High School Puyallup, WA Bear Creek Upper School Redmond, WA

Tacoma Baptist High School Tacoma, WA Bush Middle School Tumwater, WA Vashon Island High School Vashon, WA Verona Area High School Verona, WA Altoona High School Altoona, WI Amherst High School Amherst, WI Argyle High School Argyle, WI Bangor High School Bangor, WI Burlington High School Burlington, WI Cashton High School Cashton, WI Chilton High School Chilton, WI Cuba City High School Cuba City, WI

Bay Port High School Green Bay, WI Arrowhead Union High School Hartland, WI Holmen High School Holmen, WI Horicon High School Horicon, WI Kewaunee High School Kewaunee, WI JR Gerritts Middle School Kimberly, WI Aquinas Middle School La Crosse, WI Lancaster High School Lancaster, WI Iowa-Grant High School Livingston, WI Edgewood High School Madison, WI Northwestern High School Maple, WI Marathon High School Marathon, WI Marquette University High School Milwaukee, WI Mount Horeb High School Mount Horeb, WI

Ithaca High School Richland Center, WI Seymour High School Seymour, WI Lutheran High School Sheboygan, WI Siren High School Siren, WI Solon Springs High School Solon Springs, WI Black Hawk High School South Wayne, WI River Valley High School Spring Green, WI Sun Prairie High School Sun Prairie, WI Tigerton High School Tigerton, WI Tomahawk High School Tomahawk, WI Waterford Union High School Waterford, WI Waterloo High School Waterloo, WI Wauzeka-Steuben School Wauzeka, WI Westfield Area High School Westfield, WI


INDEX 305

Jostens recognizes the students, advisers, administrators and representatives responsible for the exceptional yearbooks

A

Arrowhead Christian Academy [CA].... 277 Arrowhead Union High School [WI]..... 304 Arundel High School [MD]................... 198

showcased in the Jostens Look Book. This index lists every

Abbeville Christian Academy [AL]........ 296

Asheville Christian Academy [NC]......... 93

school featured in addition to the contest winners, advisers

Abijay, Rachel....................................... 69

Asheville School [NC].......................... 300

A-C Central High School [IL]............... 298

Astronaut High School [FL]................. 114

Académie catholique Mère-Teresa [ON]............................... 302

Atascadero High School [CA]............. 296

Academy of Holy Angels [MN]............ 300

Auburn High School [AL].................... 118

Academy of the Holy Cross [MD]........ 299

Audubon High School [IA]................... 298

Academy of the Redwoods [CA]......... 296

Augusta High School [KS]................... 145

Acebo, Lyn......................................... 188

Augustine Christian Academy [OK]..... 301

Achorn, Cheryl................................... 147

Aurora High School [ON].................... 139

Adams, Diana....................................... 67

Austin, Ellen........................................ 137

Adlai E. Stevenson High School [IL].... 204

Auten, Mary Ellen.................................. 93

Adwers, Shari..................................... 121

Ayersville High School [OH]................. 301

and Jostens representatives mentioned in the captions.

Agee, Kari..................................... 84, 115

Alderman, Taylor................................. 307

B

Alexander, Heather............................... 96

Baird, Brett..................... 69, 94, 109, 133

Alexander, Jackie................................ 187

Baker High School [FL]....................... 208

Allen High School [NE]........................ 301

Baker, Bart........................... 42, 122, 158

Allen, Judy....... 30, 34, 76, 115, 132, 183, 188, 194, 196, 209, 210

Baker, Chris.......................................... 99

Allen, Michelle.......... 30, 34, 76, 115, 132, 183, 188, 194, 196, 209, 210

Baldwin, Aaron................................... 184

Air Academy High School [CO]........... 297 Akers, Martha............... 50, 277, 284, 292

GRAND PRIZE GALLERY Each year thousands of talented student photographers from

Atlanta Girls School [GA]..................... 297

Almont High School [MI]..................... 299 Alpena School [AR]............................. 296

Baker, Lisa.......................................... 130 Bangor High School [WI]..................... 304 Banks Middle School [OR].................. 302 Baranowski, Jason.............. 21, 133, 140, 141, 142, 144, 185

across the country have submitted amazing photography to the

Alta High School [UT]............................ 72

Jostens Photo Contest. Jostens is proud to showcase the

Altoona High School [WI].................... 304

grand prize winners from the past 16 years.

Amarillo High School [TX].................... 302

Barbara Goleman Senior High School [FL]...................... 142

American Fork High School [UT]......... 195

Bardwell, Cam.....102, 129, 136, 157, 201

American Heritage School Boca/Delray [FL]............. 123, 297

Barker, Julie........................................ 145

American Heritage School Plantation [FL]........................... 67

Barringer, David.................................. 192

American School of Paris [France]...... 204 Amerson, Joni.................................... 199 Amesbury High School [MA]............... 128 Amherst High School [WI]................... 304 Anderson, Jeff.................................... 109 Anderson, Lexy.................................. 285 Anderson, Tara................................... 141 Anderson-Lee, Rachel........ 104, 188, 189 Andover Middle School [KS]............... 298 Antelope Crossing Middle School [CA]............................. 199 Anzar High School [CA]...................... 187 Apex High School [NC]....................... 149 Applegate, Jessica............................. 205 Aptos High School [CA]...................... 176

2014 Grand Prize Winner SNAPSHOT FROM LIFE LONG MEMORIES | Aaron Martin Frisco High School, Frisco, TX

Aquinas High School [GA]................... 298 Aquinas Middle School [WI]................ 304 Arcadia High School [AZ].................... 209 Archbishop Carney Regional Secondary School [BC].............. 104, 296 Archbishop Edward A. McCarthy High School [FL]......................... 117, 263 Argyle High School [WI]...................... 304 Arkansas High School [AR]................. 296 Armstrong High School [MN]................ 86 Aronovici, Stacy.................................. 176

Barnes, Liz........................................... 74 Barrington High School [IL]................. 145 Barron Collier High School [FL]............. 88 Basehor-Linwood High School [KS]..... 298 Bassel, Jessee..................................... 98 Bateman, Barbara.............................. 192 Bates, Tanny....................................... 182 Battle Ground High School [WA]......... 201 Bauxite High School [AR].................... 296 Bay Port High School [WI].......... 236, 304 Beach Middle School [MI]................... 299 Bear Creek Upper School [WA]........... 304 Beavers, Jamie........................... 258, 267 Beck, Carla......................................... 184 Beckman High School [CA]................ 231 Beckman High School [IA].................. 298 Belen High School [NM]...................... 185 Bell, Andrew....... 102, 147, 184, 205, 211 Belland, Dave....................................... 80 Belle High School [MO]....................... 300 Bellefonte High School [PA]................ 302 Bellevue Christian Junior High School [WA]..................... 303 Bellomo, Jim........................................ 70 Bemidji High School [MN]................... 300 Benavides, Mica........................... 91, 113 Bender, Janine.................................... 158


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Benet Academy [IL]............................ 298

Bordentown Regional High School [NJ]................................. 301

Buford High School [GA]..................... 144

Cascade Christian High School [WA]...... 304

Benghiat Page, Stasie ....................... 146

Bumgarner, John........ 125, 139, 168, 206

Bennett, Bridget................................. 307

Bordman, Jud.................................... 115

Bunch, Mary......................... 36, 165, 185

Cascade Christian Junior High School [WA]..................... 304

Bennett, Tracy.................................... 187

Bordwell, Maya................................... 285

Bunka, Pam......... 26, 277, 284, 292, 294

Cashton High School [WI]................... 304

Benson High School [MN]................... 198

Borgren, Sherry.................................. 213

Burke, Claire....................................... 133

Casperson, Sandra............................... 91

Bentonville High School [AR]...... 125, 216, 232, 248, 251, 259

Borkowski, Julie................................. 154

Burkhart, Kim..................................... 199

Cass City High School [MI]................. 299

Bornfield, Lianne................................... 82

Burlington High School [KS]................ 299

Castelow, Katie................................... 160

Berkel, Darla....................................... 174

Borys, Anna........................................ 270

Burlington High School [WI]................ 304

Castillo, Kri......................................... 241

Bernal, Kandis...... 91, 110, 133, 176, 184

Boston College [MA]........................... 290

Burlington School [NC]....................... 300

Castle View High School [CO]............... 81

Bernalillo High School [NM]................ 165

Bouchard, Fanny................................ 276

Burlington-Edison High School [WA].....144

Castleton, Jason.................................. 72

Bernard, Courtney.............................. 195

Boucher, Ron..................................... 204

Burns, Jenny...................................... 152

Caston, Phillip.................................... 206

Bernice MacNaughton High School [NB]............................... 300

Bowie High School [TX]...38, 283, 290, 319

Burroughs High School [CA]............... 190

Castro Valley High School [CA]........... 169

Bowlby, Edenne.................................. 252

Berry, Cindy.......................... 12, 216, 319

Burrton High School [KS].................... 299

Bowman, Karen.................................. 192

Catherine McAuley High School [ME]................................ 299

Berry, Todd......................................... 190

Bush Middle School [WA]................... 304

Boyd, Donny...................................... 191

Berschback, Bob........ 106, 121, 124, 203

Bussell, Paul....................................... 196

Boys Ranch High School [TX]............. 303

Berschback, Mike....... 106, 121, 124, 203

Butzu, Ava.................................... 20, 278

Bradley, Erin....................................... 170

Berthoud High School [CO]................ 297

Byrd High School [LA]........................... 99

Bradley, Katie..................................... 153

Bettencourt, Lisa................................ 191

Byron High School [IL]................ 157, 268

Brainard, Sandi..................................... 77

Bever, Karissa..................................... 220

Byron Nelson High School [TX]........... 173

Brannigan, John............................. 90, 91

Beverly Hills High School [CA]............. 139

Brannon, Beth.................................... 104

Beverly Vista Elementary School [CA]...................... 296

Brantford Collegiate Institute [ON]....... 275

Bible Baptist Christian School [GA]........................................ 298 Big Foot High School [WI]................... 213 Bilinski, Robin....................................... 78 Billings Regional High School [QC].......... 5 Bird, Amanda..................................... 192 Bird, Mitchell............................... 157, 285 Bishop Dubourg High School [MO]..... 300 Bishop Foley High School [MI]............ 299 Bishop Gorman High School [NV]....... 183 Bishop Machebeuf Catholic High School [CO]................................ 297 Bishop Montgomery High School [CA]................................ 190 Black Hawk High School [WI]............. 304 Black River Falls High School [WI]......... 80 Black, Courtney.................................... 96 Blackfoot High School [ID].................. 164 Blackford High School [IN].................... 80 Blackman, Bonnie..... 98, 110, 117, 154, 201 Blair, Cheyne...................................... 231 Blakeney, Teresa........................... 85, 191 Blessed Sacrament School [AB]......... 272 Blevins Middle School [CO]................. 297 Blue Ridge Early College High School [NC]................................ 300 Blue Ridge High School [SC].............. 211 Blunt, Emily........................................ 255 Bockelmann, Joylynn............................ 81 Bogle Junior High School [AZ]............ 213 Bolls, Rylee........................................ 254 Bolsa Grande High School [CA].......... 203 Bondurant, Monica............................... 68 Boocks, Joe...................... 136, 160, 162, 176, 182, 184 Booker T. Washington High School [OK]................................ 301 Boone High School [IA]................. 87, 260 Boone, Sara....................................... 159 Boothbay Region High School [ME]..... 299

Brashier Middle College Charter High School [SC].................... 302 Braun, Bonnie............................ 117, 263 Brentwood Christian School [TX]........ 199

C C. Milton Wright High School [MD]........ 90 C.E. Byrd High School [LA]................... 99

Catholic Central High School [MI]....... 299 Catholic Central High School [OH]...... 301 Catholic High School for Boys [AR]..... 296 Cedar Ridge High School [NC]........... 170 Cedar Valley Middle School [TX].......... 309 Centennial Elementary School [TX]..... 303 Centennial High School [MN].............. 300 Centennial High School [NV]............... 115 Centennial High School [TX].................. 99 Center Grove High School [IN]............ 188 Centerville High School [OH]............... 191 Central Academy at Lake Park [NC]..... 301

Brethren High School [MI]................... 299

Cab Calloway School of the Arts [DE]....................... 205

Brewster Academy [NH]..................... 301

Cabool High School [MO]................... 300

Central Catholic High School [OH]...... 301

Briar Woods High School [VA]............. 185

Cabot High School [AR]................ 97, 296

Central Catholic High School [OR]...... 302

Briarwood Academy [GA]................... 298

Cache Middle School [OK].................. 301

Central City High School [NE]............. 301

Bridgeport High School [NE]............... 301

Cadena, Lydia.................................... 174

Central High School [TX]..................... 108

Bright, Amanda.................................. 268

Cain, Timothy..................................... 149

Chamberlain, Kevin............................. 190

Brinkmann, Ann.................................. 161

Caldwell Academy [NC].............. 155, 300

Champlin Park High School [MN]........ 165

Brinkmeyer, Kelsi................ 228, 230, 243

Caledonia High School [MN]............... 300

Champs Charter High School [CA]..... 252

Britton Deerfield Schools [MI].............. 299

Calhoun High School [TX]................... 192

Chapman High School [SC]................ 104

Britton-Hecla High School [SD]........... 302

Cam High School [IA]......................... 298

Brockway Area Jr./Sr. High School [PA]................................. 302

Camden Fairview High School [AR]..... 146

Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School [MD]................................. 133

Broken Arrow High School [OK].......... 163 Brondyke, Lisa.................................... 144 Bronx High School of Science [NY]..... 188 Broomfield Senior High School [CO]................................ 297 Brown, Amanda................................. 207 Brown, Deanne................... 218, 245, 261 Brown, Natalie.................................... 108 Brown, Nathanial.......................... 87, 260 Brown, Quincy.................................... 214

Campbell, Clay................................... 253 Cane Creek Middle School [NC]........... 96 Cannon, Mike..................................... 160 Cannon, Spencer............................... 246 Capistrano Valley High School [CA]..... 212 Capital High School [ID]...................... 117 Caplett, Deanna................................... 80 Cappotelli, Aaron................................ 204 Cardinal Carter Academy for the Arts [ON].......... 274, 275

Central Catholic High School [IL]......... 298

Charlestown High School [IN]............. 298 Charter School of Morgan Hill [CA]..... 297 Chase County Jr.-Sr. High School [KS]........................ 67 Chase, Ched.......... 85, 88, 142, 193, 208 Chauvin, Michelle............................... 193 Chester, Katharine.............................. 237 Chicago Christian High School [IL]...... 298 Childs-Kindred, Angela....................... 125 Chilton High School [WI]..................... 304 Chimacum High School [WA].............. 303

Brownlee, Crystal............................... 194

Cardinal Gibbons High School [NC]........................ 260, 266

Bruner, Marie...................................... 169

Carl Harrison High School [GA]........... 169

Chisholm High School [MN]................ 300

Brunswick High School [OH]....... 224, 263

Carlisle, Lynda.................................... 209

Chow, Maile.......................................... 88

Brussels High School [IL].................... 298

Carmel Middle School [CA]................. 296

Chrasta, Debbie................................... 80

Bryant Freshman Academy [AR]...........171, 253, 254, 257, 266

Carmon, Michelle................................ 169

Christ Church Episcopal School [SC]........................ 302

Bryant High School [AR]...... 28, 103, 111, 127, 135, 219, 238, 242, 260, 265, 292, 294 Bryant, Christina................................... 78 Bryant, David...................................... 272 Buchholtz, Amy.................................... 86 Bucktail High School [PA]................... 302 Buffalo Island Central High School [AR]................................ 267

Carns, Jeff.......................................... 171 Carolan, Stacy.................................... 154 Carrillo High School [CA].................... 134 Carrow, Michelle........................... 75, 249 Carson Graham Secondary School [BC]...................... 270

Chisago Lakes Baptist School [MN].... 300

Christ School [NC].............................. 300 Christ the King Catholic School [OK]..... 301 Christian Life Schools [IL].................... 179 Chu, Kevin.......................................... 231 Churchill High School [MD]................. 210

Carter, Kyle................................. 239, 255

Ciccanti, Cesare................................. 151

Casa Grande High School [CA]........... 158

Cieri, Ashley........................................ 211

Cascade Christian High School [OR]..... 302

Circle High School [KS]....................... 126


GRAND PRIZE GALLERY

Cisne Community High School [IL]...... 298

Covenant Christian Academy [TX]....... 303

Clark, Matt.......................................... 204 Clark, Stephanie................................. 149

Covenant Christian High School [MI]................................. 299

Clark-Pleasant Middle School [IN]....... 202

Covenant Christian School [FL]........... 113

Clarkston High School [MI]................. 148

Cowden Herrick High School [IL]........ 298

Clarksville High School [IN]................. 136

Cowden Herrick Junior High School [IL]........................ 298

Claus, Joseph.................................... 140 Clayton High School [MO].....116, 288, 317 Clemson University [SC]............. 187, 290 Coal Ridge Middle School [CO].......... 163 Coburn, Gaye.................................... 197 Coile, Sonia........................................ 205 Cole, Abby......................................... 177 Cole, Sarah........................................ 197 Coleman, Csherian............................... 69 Coleman, Patt...................................... 46 Colleyville Heritage High School [TX]..... 303 Collier High School [FL]......................... 88 Collins, Loren Jr.................................. 104 Colmesneil High School [TX]............... 303 Colonel Zadok Magruder High School [MD]............................... 207 Colorado Springs Christian High School [CO]................. 297 Combs, Kaylen................................... 283 Commack High School [NY]............... 178 Community Baptist Christian School [IN]........................... 264

Cox Mill High School [NC]................... 120 Cox, Dustin............................. 69, 93, 96, 158, 177, 182, 184 Cox, Marion........................................ 289 Cox, Ray............................................ 162 Crafts, Matt........................ 185, 195, 211 Craig High School [WI]........................ 211 Cray, Kelly.......................................... 147 Creekview High School [GA]............... 109 Creekview High School [TX]................ 203 Crest High School [NC]......................... 69 Creswell, Chris........................... 192, 209 Cretin-Derham Hall [MN]....................... 83

Cuba City High School [WI]................. 304 Cumming School of Medicine [AB]..... 182 Cunningham High School [KS]............ 299 Cunningham, Billy............................... 204 Curren, Eileen..................................... 140

Community Christian School [GA]....... 298

Curtright, Leah................................... 144

Comos, Michael................................. 148

Cutsinger, John.................................. 319

Curtis, Jennifer..................................... 91

Converse College [SC]........................ 302

D

Cook, Rachel...................................... 203

Dafoe, Kendra.................................... 160

Cooper, Toni............................... 106, 265

Dagel, Amanda................................... 286

Cooperstown High School [NY].......... 301

Dalton L. McMichael High School [NC]................................ 209

Conlon, Mike...................... 122, 139, 190

Coppell High School [TX]...................... 75 Coral Gables Senior High School [FL].............. 193, 290

Dana Hills High School [CA]................ 210

Corn, Nicholas............................ 260, 265

Danville Area High School [PA]............ 165

Cornelius, Pat & Associates....... 8, 77, 89, 90, 96, 122, 133, 134, 144, 152, 168, 169, 179, 186, 189, 190, 206, 207

Danville School [VT]............................ 303

Cornell University [NY].................. 82, 290 Cornerstone Christian School [TX]...... 303

Davidson Academy [TN]..................... 302 Davidson Day School [NC].................. 300

Coro, Michelle.................................... 138

Davis, Ann............................................ 69

Corona High School [CA].................... 101

Davis, Christine............................. 62, 293

Coronado High School [NV]....132, 223, 288

Davis, Leah......................................... 287

Coronado High School [TX].................. 36

Davis, Natalie...................................... 117

Coronado Middle School [CA]...... 54, 292

Davis, Ryan........................................ 200

Cottage Hill Christian Academy [AL]..... 296

Dean, Chelsea...................................... 84

Cotter-Wilson, Virginia............... 101, 105, 117, 164, 166

Deane, Samantha............................... 205

Coulterville High School [IL]................ 298 Council Grove High School [KS]......... 307 County Line High School [AR]............. 296

YOU CAN’T TOUCH THIS | Elizabeth Yee Horizon High School, Scottsdale, AZ

D’Aversa, Jose................................... 120

Davie County Early College High School [NC]................................ 185

Coulson Tough School [TX]................. 303

2012 Grand Prize Winner

D’Andrea, Anthony............................. 263

Corning High School [AR]................... 296

Coudersport High School [PA]............ 302

WRESTLING MANIA | Taylor Alderman Council Grove High School, Council Grove, KS

Crystal Lake Central High School [IL]...................... 298

Curtis, Danielle................................... 275

Conlon, Luci....................... 122, 139, 190

2013 Grand Prize Winner

Crist, Jonathan................................... 203

Community Christian Elementary School [GA]...................... 298

Cone, Presley..................................... 249

307

Debes, Anne......................................... 89 Decatur High School [TX].............. 12, 216 Deems, Beth Ann............................... 162 Deephaven Elementary School [MN]..... 300 Del Valle High School [TX]................... 192 Delano High School [MN].................... 300

2011 Grand Prize Winner ALL AS ONE | Bridget Bennett Hopkins High School, Minnetonka, MN


INDEX 308

DelConte, Liz........................................ 74

Eden, Mitch.................................. 44, 281

Faith Christian School [AL] ................. 197

Fowler High School [KS]..................... 299

Dellana, Deanna................... 38, 283, 319

Edgemont Junior High School [WA]......304

Faith Heritage School [NY].................. 301

Fowler High School [MI]...................... 299

Denkert, Sally..................................... 199

Edgerton High School [WI].................. 304

Faith Lutheran High School [NV]......... 301

Fowler, Bruce....................................... 95

Denner, Dave...................................... 185

Edgewood High School [MD].............. 109

Fallon, Jeff.................................. 126, 176

Fox Ridge Middle School [CO]............ 297

Dent, John.................................... 32, 292

Edgewood High School [OH].............. 301

Fannin County High School [GA]......... 298

Francis, Vicki...................................... 117

Derby Middle School [KS]............. 70, 299

Edgewood High School [WI]............... 304

Faris, Cassie....................................... 163

Franco, Lauren................................... 233

Derks, Natalie..................................... 221

Farry, Maureen.................................... 133

Frank, Karen....................................... 196

Desert Ridge High School [AZ]..... 102, 259

Edgewood Junior Senior High School [FL]................................... 84

Farwell High School [TX]..................... 303

Frankel Jewish Academy [MI].............. 300

Desert Ridge Junior High School [AZ]..... 151

Edina High School [MN]................ 66, 300

Fr. Gabriel Richard High School [MI]......299

Frankfort High School [KS].................. 299

Desert Vista High School [AZ]............. 138

Edison High School [CA]....... 94, 250, 263

Father Ryan High School [TN]............. 157

Franklin Academy [LA]........................ 299

DeVries, Jami..................... 198, 244, 266

Edmond Santa Fe High School [OK].....122

Faulker, Christina................................ 129

Franklin County High School [VA]........ 162

Diamond High School [MO]................ 300

Edmonson, Margaret.......................... 113

Faulkner, Julie..................................... 118

Franklin, Beth..................................... 156

Diamond, Will..................................... 279

Edwards, Chelsea.............................. 106

Fayetteville High School [AR]................ 75

Franks, Cooper................................... 149

d’Iberville High School [MS]........ 159, 209

Edwards, Jane................................... 200

Frazier, Katie............................... 196, 256

Dimond, Leslie.................................... 319

Edwardsville High School [IL].............. 168

Fayetteville-Manlius High School [NY].................................. 74

Dolena, Kerri............... 126, 152, 202, 204

Eibes, Susan...................................... 118

Fazackerley, Steve.............................. 276

Freedom High School [WI].................. 304

Doll, Sarah.......................... 118, 123, 197

Eichenberg, Gretchen......................... 186

Featherston, Ashley............ 104, 142, 163

Freedom Senior High School [PA]....... 264

Dollman, Jennifer................................ 122

Eisenhower High School [MI].............. 124

Featherston, Todd.............. 104, 142, 163

Freeman, Denise................................ 267

Dorman High School [SC]................... 205

Eleanor Roosevelt High School [CA]..... 99

Feehan, Calvin.................................... 131

Frei, Terri............................................. 166

Dos Pueblos High School [CA]..... 32, 292

Elgin High School [OR]....................... 302

Freiler, Bridget.................................... 117

Dover Schools [AR]............................. 123

Elkins Pointe Middle School [GA]........ 190

Feil, Travis........ 52, 68, 70, 72, 73, 76, 89, 100, 120, 126, 129, 145, 197

Dowd, Laura....................................... 161

Ellensburg High School [WA].............. 207

Felipe, Natalie....................................... 85

Dr. Phillips High School [FL].......... 92, 287

Ellinwood, Suzanne............................ 200

Felis, Matt............................. 95, 109, 198

Drake, Linda......................................... 67

Elmore, Joe........ 108, 155, 174, 192, 209

Duchesne High School [UT]................ 303

Elmwood High School [IL]................... 298

Fenton High School [MI].............. 26, 277, 284, 292, 294

Dufrane, Steve.................................... 160

Elsbernd, Kristin................................. 211

Dukowitz, Lisa.................................... 229

Emery, Katie....................................... 268

Dumont, Jim............................... 116, 120

Enard, Cora........................................ 204

Dunwoody High School [GA].............. 104

Engler, Kelly........................................ 152

Durda, Bryan.................. 16, 58, 182, 195

Enka High School [NC]....................... 177

Durham Academy [NC]....................... 188

Enterprise High School [CA]........ 186, 297

Durham, Natasha............ 28, 78, 97, 114, 147, 156, 170, 171

Entiat Junior/Senior School [WA]........ 304

Fenwick, Liz........................................ 170 Ferguson, Denise................................. 72 Fessler, Brian...................................... 149 Field, Brenda................ 24, 280, 292, 319 Fieldhouse, Rachel............................. 101

Fredericksburg Academy [VA]..... 171, 303

Fremd High School [IL]....................... 182 Frisco High School [TX]............... 206, 305 Fruita Monument High School [CO]................................ 297 Fuhrman, Michael............................... 257

G

Fillmore Central High School [MN]..... 269

Gabriel Richard Catholic High School [MI]................................. 300

Finley Junior High School [TX]............. 211

Gainesville R-5 High School [MO]....... 300

Finn Hill Middle School [WA]............... 304

Gallegos, Teresa................................. 164

Firebaugh High School [CA]................ 212

Ganas, Amanda................................. 182

Dutch Fork High School [SC].............. 148

Epiphany School of Global Studies [NC]........................ 301

Dyton, Simon........................................ 66

Episcopal High School [TX]................. 303

First Baptist School [MN].................... 300

Ganem, Frances................................. 289

Era Secondary School [TX]................. 303

Fitzpatrick, Aaron................................ 264

Ganschow, Dan.................................... 75

Ereckson Middle School [TX]................ 74

Fitzpatrick, Shannon........................... 142

Garcia, Alix......................................... 256

Erie Middle School [CO]...................... 297

Fivay High School [FL]........................ 172

Garden Plain High School [KS]........... 299

Escondido High School [CA]............... 115

Flanery, Andrea................................... 125

Garrett, Sean...................................... 160

Eagan High School [MN]..................... 126

Esko High School [MN]............... 202, 300

Fleck, Lindsay..................... 100, 138, 145

Gascon, Deborah............................... 148

Eagle Heights Christian Academy [TX].... 303

Esposito, Jill....................................... 164

Fleischman, Jeff.................................... 95

Gaston Christian School [NC]............. 300

Eaglecrest High School [CO]............... 172

Essex High School [VT]....................... 204

Fletcher Academy [NC]....................... 300

Geer, Steven....................................... 315

Earhart, Valerie..................................... 98

Estancia Middle School [NM].............. 301

Fletcher, Jennifer................................ 204

Geesey, Scott..................................... 206

Earl Haig Secondary School [ON]....... 196

Estem High Public Charter School [AR]............................ 296

Flint, Monica....................................... 110

Genuario, Leah................................... 198

Florey, Yasemin................................... 150

Eureka High School [CA].................... 296

Floyd, Hardy....................................... 192

Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School [DC]..................... 297

Evangel Christian Academy [LA]......... 299

Fold, George........ 98, 118, 166, 194, 198

Gerber, Natalie.................................... 246

Evans Middle School [TX]..................... 72

Fordland High School [MO]................. 300

Gerritts Middle School [WI]................. 304

Evans, Alicia................................. 71, 269

Forest Park High School [IN] .............. 201

Ghastin, Jennifer................................. 128

Evans, Mandy..................................... 159

Gheorge, Hope................................... 123

Evans, Natalie..................................... 275

Forest Ridge School of the Sacred Heart [WA].............................. 303

Evans, Ryan....................................... 189

Forsyth, Ashley..................................... 98

Gig Harbor High School [WA]............. 141

East Mountain High School [NM] ....... 185

Evergreen Christian School [WA]......... 304

Fort Atkinson Middle School [WI]........ 304

Gilbert Early College........................... 153

East Syracuse Minoa High School [NY]........................ 69

Ezell Harding Christian School [TN]..... 302

Fort Couch Middle School [PA]........... 302

Gillanders, Ashley............................... 270

Fort Dorchester High School [SC]....... 139

Gilman School [MD]............................ 151

Fort Gibson High School [OK]...................... 104, 301

Glacier View Junior High School [WA]..................... 304

Fort Jennings High School [OH].......... 301

Glasco High School [KS]..................... 299

Fort Mill High School [SC]................... 184

Glasgow High School [MO]................. 300

Fortunato, Mia.................................... 223

Glasl, Paula.......................................... 85

Foster, Cara........................................ 120

Glavan, Biada..................................... 133

Fourth Baptist Christian School [MN]......................... 300

Glen Ridge High School [NJ].............. 183

E Earl Warren Middle School [CA].......... 297 East Bakersfield High School [CA]........ 78 East Buchanan High School [MO]....... 300 East Grand Rapids High School [MI]... 299 East Lincoln High School [NC]............ 138 East Linn Christian Academy [OR]...... 302 East Linn Christian Academy Middle School [OR]............................. 302

Easton High School [MD].................... 203

F

Eaton High School [CO]...................... 174

Fairhill School [TX].............................. 303

Eaton High School [TX]....................... 319

Fairmont Private Schools– Anaheim Hills Campus [CA]............... 296

East Troy High School [WI].................. 128 Eastern Christian High School [NJ]..... 198

Eberhardt, Katie.................................. 110 École St. Cecilia Junior High School [AB]...................... 276

Fairmount High School [ND]............... 301 Fairport High School [NY]........... 211, 301

Gierman, Katrina................................. 107

Glenbrook North High School [IL]....... 112


GRAND PRIZE GALLERY

Glenbrook South High School [IL].... 24, 280, 290, 292, 319

Hajji, Amanda..................................... 160

Goch, Courtney.................................. 193

Haley, Kathy....................................... 198

Golden West High School [CA]........... 134

Hall Dale High School [ME]................. 299

Goldstein, Julie.................... 34, 119, 167, 240, 285, 287

Hall, Carrie.......................................... 155

Goleman Senior High School [FL]....... 142 Goll, Barb........................................... 207 Golub, Brad....... 18, 22, 38, 60, 150, 156, 186, 192, 199, 202, 207 Gonchoroff, Alexandra.......................... 91 Gonzalez, Chuck................................ 201 Gonzalez, Lynda......................... 176, 280 Goode-Peoples, Rebekah.................... 96 Goodman Middle School [WA]............ 304 Goodman, Rachel.............................. 136 Goodman-Armstrong Creek High School [WI]................................. 304 Goodrich Middle School [MI]............... 299 Goodwin, Bonnie.................................. 72 Gordon, Brittni.................................... 264 Gore, Brian......................................... 315 Grace Christian School [NC]............... 301 Grafflin Elementary School [NY].......... 301 Graham Secondary School [BC]......... 270 Grand Blanc High School [MI]....... 20, 278 Grand Rapids Adventist Academy [MI]...................... 299 Grandview Middle School [NC]........... 301 Grant Deuel High School [SD]............. 302 Grassfield High School [VA]................ 136 Green Hope High School [NC]............ 155 Green Valley High School [NV]......34, 119, 167, 240, 285, 287 Green, Kelly........................................ 204 Greenbrier Christian Academy [VA]..... 160 Greene, Andrew......................... 162, 200 Greenwood High School [AR]............... 82 Gregory School Middle School [AZ]..... 296

Greider, William................................... 205 Grice, Stacy........................................ 179 Griffin School [WA].............................. 304 Griffin, Peter................. 81, 137, 172, 198 Griffith, Addie...................................... 265 Grimm, Jeffrey............................ 233, 262 Grosse Pointe North High School [MI]......................... 121, 299 Grubbs, Jeremy.......................... 153, 183 Gruen, Sandra.............................. 92, 286 Grund, Deb.................................. 92, 287 Gudelj, Lara........................................ 206 Guerin, Ellen......................................... 66 Gundry-White, Cheryl Ann...................... 5 Gunnison Valley High School [UT]....... 303 Gura, Adam................................ 157, 268 Gurzo, Lisa......................................... 101

H Haas, Meghan.................................... 262 Haefner, Kim......................................... 36 Haig Secondary School [ON].............. 196

309

Hakim, Nazanin.................................. 287

Hall, Tammy........................................ 158 Halstead High School [KS].................... 72 Hamilton, Randy Joe...... 75, 82, 123, 125 Hampel, Judy....................................... 70 Hampton, Brook................................. 202 Hancock Middle School [MS].............. 300 Hancock, Jesse.................................. 134 Hanley, Samuel..................................... 96 Hanna, Mackenzie.............................. 234 Hansen, Laurie................................... 124 Hansen, Ryan............................. 105, 281 Harborside Academy [WI]................... 258 Hardy, Jill............................................ 186 Hardy, Kristin...................................... 212 Hargis, Billy......................................... 210

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Harker Middle School [CA].................. 297 Harker Upper School [CA].................. 137 Harlan, Chelsea............ 81, 137, 172, 198 Harlem High School [IL]...................... 152 Harlingen High School [TX]......... 176, 280

Harlingen High School South [TX]....... 133 Harmony Grove Middle School [AR]............................. 296 Harms, Martha..... 96, 109, 188, 202, 205 Harrington, Stacy................................ 187 Harris, Kat............................................ 64 Harris, Sallyanne................................... 75 Harris, Samantha........................ 224, 263 Harrison High School [GA].................. 169 Harrison High School [IN].................... 157 Harvard Yearbook Publications [MA].....141 Harvey, Rachel.................................... 264 Hastings High School [MN]................. 176 Hawkins, Beth.................................... 208 Hawley High School [TX]..................... 303 Hawthorne Christian Academy [NJ]......189 Haxtun High School [CO].................... 297 Hayden, Laura...................................... 70 Hayesville High School [NC]................ 184 Haysville Middle School [KS]............... 299 Hector High School [AR]..................... 296 Heichelbeck, Kara.............................. 202 Heilman, Suzy.................................... 126 Heller, Barbara...................................... 69 Helms, Alice....................................... 120 Helper Middle School [UT].................. 303 Helsel-Wilk, Candi................................ 72 Hendley, Kimberley............................. 211 Hendren, June...................................... 78 Henke, Amy........................................ 207 Henry Middle School [TX].................... 207 Henry, Bryanna................................... 229 Herbst, Gaby...................................... 139 Heritage Christian Academy [CO]....... 297 Heritage Christian School [CA]............ 297 Heritage Christian School [WI]............ 304

2009 Grand Prize Winner WATCH YOUR LANGUAGE | Madison Hoeft Cedar Valley Middle School, Austin, TX

2008 Grand Prize Winner 6 P.M. | Irin Son Martin Luther King High School, Riverside, CA


INDEX 310

Heritage High School [CO]....198, 244, 266

Hudson, Chuck.......................... 203, 205

Jarvinen, Ellen...................................... 70

Kean-Walsh, Rosemary................ 76, 175

Heritage High School [TX]..................... 97

Jaspard, Hannah................................ 203

Keberly, Russ....................................... 10

Hermantown High School [MN].......... 300

Hugh McRoberts Secondary School [BC]...................... 296

Jasper High School [TX]..................... 303

Keeley, Tom........................................ 128

Herrera, Marcy.................................... 105

Hughes, Bill........................................ 197

Jay Stream Middle School [IL]............. 298

Keeling, Liz......................................... 165

Herrera, Sara........................................ 85

Hughes, Hailey........................... 227, 261

Keith, Lisa.......................................... 210

Hersey High School [IL].............. 186, 298

Hull, Leslie.......................................... 157

Jean & Samuel Frankel Jewish Academy [MI].......................... 300

Hester, Katrina.................................... 147

Humphlett, Cindy................................ 109

Kelowna Christian School [BC]........... 296

Hickory High School [VA].................... 303

Humphrey High School [NE]............... 301

Jefferson Academy High School [CO]........................ 114, 297

High Point Central High School [NC].....192

Humphrey, Barbara............................ 126

Highland High School [CO]................. 297

Huntington Beach High School [CA]..... 133

Highland Park High School [TX]....116, 290

Huntington, Whitney........................... 121

Highland Park Middle School [TX]....... 204

Huntoon, Amy.................................... 151

Hill, Jade............................................ 287

Huron Heights Secondary School [ON].............. 112, 302

Hill, Jim......................................... 83, 173 Hillcrest High School [SC]................... 194 Hillcrest Middle School [AZ]................ 207 Hilton High School [NY]...................... 195 Hinde, Casey...................................... 197 Hinkson, Tehya................................... 266 Hitchcock-Tulare High School [SD]..... 302 Hockinson Middle School [WA]........... 303 Hodge, Melissa............................... 78, 85 Hodges, Dillon.................................... 281 Hoeft, Madison................................... 309 Hoffman, Joan.................................... 177 Hoffman, Nicole.................................... 93 Hoffmann, Mary Alice......................... 198 Holcomb High School [KS]................. 299 Holeyfield, Shannon............................ 170 Hollenbeck, Helen.............................. 101 Hollis Brookline High School [NH]........................ 191, 258 Hollis, Alex.......................................... 104 Hollis, Jay.......................... 136, 160, 162, 176, 182, 184 Holly Springs High School [NC]........... 190 Holmen High School [WI].................... 304 Holmes County High School [FL]........ 297 Holmes Middle School [MI]................... 10 Holy Cross High School [NJ]............... 147 Holy Family High School [CO]............. 297 Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School [GA].................. 77, 297 Holy Names Academy [WA]................ 304 Homewood Flossmoor High School [IL] ................................... 72

Kewaunee High School [WI]................ 304

John F. Kennedy Middle College High School [CA]........ 202

Key, JennyAlyn................................... 200

I Ida S. Baker High School [FL]............. 208 Idaho Falls High School [ID]........ 105, 281 IDEA Quest Academy and College Preparatory [TX]..................... 184 Ierardi, Brian......................................... 66 Illingworth, Lin............................ 191, 258 Immanuel Christian School [VA].......... 303 Incarnate Word Academy [MO]........... 300 Indian Hill Middle School [OH]............. 301 Inouye, Samantha............................... 265 International Community School [WA]........................................ 304 International School of Stavanger [Norway]............................................. 202 Intihar, Alex......................................... 117 ‘Iolani School [HI].................................. 82 Iowa City West High School [IA]............ 94 Iowa Mennonite High School [IA]........ 298 Iowa-Grant High School [WI]............... 304 Ipswich High School [SD]................... 302 Irvine High School [CA]....................... 193 Issaquah High School [WA]................... 70 Ithaca High School [WI]...................... 304 Ivan, Bayleigh..................................... 278

J.P. Stevens High School [NJ]............. 110

Horizon Christian High School [OR].... 302

J.W. Nixon High School [TX]............... 201

Horizon High School [AZ]............ 130, 307

Jackson Catholic Middle School [MI].............................. 299 Jackson Christian School [MI]............. 299 Jackson Liberty High School [NJ]......... 98

Hough High School [NC].................... 189

Jackson, Erik................................ 42, 293

Houston Academy [AL]....................... 296

Jacobs, Laura-Ann............................. 205

Howard S. Billings Regional High School [QC]..................... 5

James Bowie High School [TX]........... 38, 283, 290, 319

Howard, Casey................................... 275

James Island Charter High School [SC]................................ 125

Hudson High School [WI].................... 112

Kerdus, Bob......................................... 94

John Burroughs High School [CA]...... 190

Horicon High School [WI].................... 304

Hudson High School [IA]..................... 298

Jenks High School [OK]...................... 142

Kepler, Heather................................... 165

Hussain, Sarah................................... 280

J.L. Mann High School [SC]................ 126

Howren, Christiana..................... 260, 266

Jenkins, Carey.................................... 197

Kent, Warren III................................... 196

Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg High School [MN]............................... 300

Horace Mann School [CA].................. 296

Horton, Ace....................... 125, 216, 232, 248, 251, 259

Jeffrey Trail Middle School [CA]........... 109

Kennedy, Wade.................................. 132

Jensen, Shelbee................................... 78

Hopkins High School [MN]............ 73, 307

Horizon High School [CO]................... 130

Jeffersonville High School [IN]...... 259, 262

Kennedy Middle College High School [CA]................................ 202

Husband, Jan..................................... 152

J

Hong, John........................................ 190

Jefferson Academy Junior High School [CO]........................ 136, 297

Keith, Michelle.................................... 264

Jamesville-DeWitt High School [NY]................................ 212

John Hersey High School [IL]...... 186, 298 John L. McClellan High School [AR]..... 156 John Paul Stevens High School [TX]......................... 143, 222 Johns Creek High School [GA]........... 189 Johnson Early College High School [TX]................................. 150 Johnson, Beth.............................. 77, 202 Johnson, Janice................................. 182 Jones, Annah....................................... 66 Jones, Autumn................................... 258 Jones, Christopher............................... 77 Jones, Emma Shane.......................... 278

Keyser-Fanick, Christine............. 143, 222 Kilday, Rebecca.......................... 118, 141 Kilgore, Jane........................ 80, 106, 186 Kincannon, Erica................................ 124 King High School [CA]........................ 309 King, Leah.......................................... 191 King, Robert....................................... 102 King’s Academy Lower School [FL]..... 191 King’s Academy Upper School [FL]......................... 85, 297 King’s Ridge Christian School [GA]..... 297 Kingsway Regional High School [NJ].................................. 86

Jones, Melissa.................................... 146

Kingsway Regional Middle School [NJ]............................. 136

Jones, Reyna..................................... 123

Kinsella Coupland, Kathleen............... 112

Jones, Vincent.................................... 269

Kiowa County High School [KS].......... 299

Joy, Chris.............................. 85, 99, 101, 105, 125, 168, 202

Kirby, Meredith................................... 174

Joyce, Emily Elizabeth........................ 274

Kirkland Seventh-Day Adventist School [WA]........................ 304

JR Gerritts Middle School [WI]............ 304

Kirkwood High School [MO].....44, 281, 290

Jserra Catholic High School [CA]........ 213

Kivett, Brian........................................ 184

Judge Memorial Catholic High School [UT]................................ 303

Kladis, Amy........................................ 194

Julian Union High School [CA]............ 296 Justin Wakeland High School [TX]......... 48

K Kaczmarek, Justin.............................. 236 Kaczor, Rob........................................ 112 Kahl, Jeff............................................ 213 Kaiser, Jason...................................... 319 Kaiser, Jennifer............................. 66, 278 Kaiserslautern Middle School [Germany].................... 152 Kalles Junior High School [WA]........... 304 Kamehameha Middle School [HI]........ 298 Kapadia, Nima.................................... 210 Kapaun Mt. Carmel Catholic High School [KS]................................ 120 Karl G. Maeser Preparatory Academy [UT].................. 246 Karnes, Kyle......................................... 82 Kazmierczak, Carol............................. 109 Kazmierski, Crystal............................. 277

Kline, Laura.......................................... 99 Klopp, Alison.....93, 120, 138, 155, 189, 192 Knoetgen, Michelle............................... 82 Kocur, Jeff............................................ 73 Komachin Middle School [WA]............ 166 Kopachuck Middle School [WA]......... 304 Koshiol, Chris..................................... 319 Kovack, Tom...................................... 172 Kowalcyk, Rudy.................................. 206 Kramer, Philip............................... 87, 260 Kraus, Katie........................................ 313 Kubicek, Shannon.............................. 216 Kubicek, Sharon................................... 18 Kuecker, Patricia................................... 20

L La Cumbre Middle School [CA]........... 297 La Quinta High School [CA]........ 105, 290 Laberra-Altom, Jacque....................... 201 Labette County High School [KS]....... 298 Ladera Ranch Middle School [CA]...... 213


GRAND GRAND PRIZE GALLERY GALLERY

Ladywood High School [MI] ....... 203, 299 Lake Country Lutheran High School [WI]................................. 199

Liberal Arts and Science Academy High School/Lyndon Baines Johnson Early College High School [TX]........... 150

Lake County Baptist School [IL].......... 298

Liberty Christian High School [CA]...... 297

Lake Fenton Middle School [MI].......... 299

Liberty Christian School – Elementary Edition [CA]...................... 106

Lake Norman High School [NC].......... 155 Lake Stevens Middle School [WA]...... 304 Lake Washington High School [WA]............... 203, 286, 304

Liberty Christian School [TX]....... 134, 302 Liberty Classical Academy [MN].......... 300 Liberty Common High School [CO]..... 297

Lakeland Regional High School [NJ]................................. 158

Liberty High School [CA]..................... 297

Lakeside Middle School [TX]............... 212

Liberty Hill High School [TX]................ 303

Lakeside Middle School [WA]............. 304

Lied Middle School [NV]...................... 188

Lakeside Upper School [WA].............. 304

Lifegate School [OR]........................... 302

Lakeview Centennial High School [TX]................................. 152

Lilly, Brenda........................................ 202

Lakeview Christian Academy [MN]...... 300

Link, Kelsey.......... 86, 110, 130, 207, 209

Lam, Jeff.............................. 94, 250, 263

Linton High School [ND]..................... 301

Lamb, Maxx....................................... 225

Linville, Joshua................................... 319

Lamoure High School [ND]................. 301

Lin-Wood High School [NH]................ 301

Lampasas High School [TX]................ 156

Lisbon Central School [NY]................. 301

Lancaster County Christian School [PA].......................... 302

Litchville-Marion High School [ND]...... 301

Lancaster High School [WI]................. 304 Landino, Craig.................................... 212 Landmark Christian School [GA]......... 298 Landrum High School [SC]................. 110 Lane, Deborah.................................... 153 Lang, Sarah........................................ 152 Lange, Keri................................. 157, 196 Langford High School [SD]................. 302 Langley Fine Arts School [BC]............. 188 Lansdowne High School Academy [MD].................. 91 Lansing Christian School [MI].............. 268 Lansing High School [NY]................... 301 LaPorte, Matthew......................... 30, 284 LaRoche, Corey.................................. 191 Las Vegas Academy of the Arts [NV].................... 196 Lasley, Brooke............ 111, 127, 238, 242 Latta, Traci.......................................... 108 Laurens Academy [SC]....................... 302 Lauzon, William.................................. 276 Lawson, Kat....................................... 259 Leading Edge Academy – Gilbert Early College [AZ].................... 153 Leary, Barbara.................................... 128 Lebanon High School [IN]................... 109 Lee Christian School [NC]................... 212 Lee High School [TX]............................ 91 Lee, Debra......................................... 112 Lee, Ryan........................................... 141 Leesville Road High School [NC]......... 199

Liberty High School [SC]..................... 302

Line Mountain High School [PA].......... 302

Little Rock Christian Academy [AR]....... 78

Llewellyn, S. Craig.............................. 109 Lockard, Kenny.......................... 165, 211 Locke, Trey........................... 54, 115, 173 Lockwood High School [MO].............. 300 Logsdon, Lauren............ 46, 66, 200, 205 Lombardo, Morgan............................. 183 London, Kathy.................................... 122 Loney, Sherri.............. 66, 73, 74, 83, 112 Long Island University Brooklyn Campus [NY] ...................... 290 Longfellow Middle School [VA]............ 303 Los Osos High School [CA]................ 178 Loudoun Valley High School [VA]........... 50, 277, 284, 292 Louise S. McGehee School [LA]......... 130 Lovejoy High School [TX].................... 303 Lovejoy, Nick...................................... 187 Lovett School [GA]...................... 186, 298 Loyola High School [MN].................... 300 Lozano, Aaron.................................... 110 Luceri, Meg Anne....................... 114, 136 Luke M. Powers Catholic High School [MI]................... 71, 269, 299 Lundgren, Gary............................ 50, 319 Lutheran High School [WI].................. 304 Lyman High School [SD]..................... 302 Lynbrook South Middle School [NY].....301 Lyndon Academy [GA]........................ 298

Legacy High School [NV].............. 76, 175

Lyons High School [CO]...................... 297

Leiby, Rita............................................. 90

Lyons Middle School [CO].................. 297

Leichtamer, Stacey............................. 173

Lyons, Aaron...................................... 195

Lewis, Jonathon................................. 317

M

Lexington High School [SC]................ 160

MacDonald, Allison............................. 276

Lelliott, Amanda.................................. 109

THE KICKOFF SYMBOL | Shannon Soule Westlake High School, Austin, TX

Litvack, Efrat....................................... 139

Lyndon Baines Johnson Early College High School [TX]............ 150

Leising, Deborah................................ 128

2007 Grand Prize Winner

Littlefork-Big Falls School [MN]........... 300

Legacy Christian Academy [TX].......... 303

Leifheit, Jessica.................................... 81

311

2006 Grand Prize Winner JUST MISSED IT | Megan Rountree Westlake High School, Austin, TX


INDEX 312

MacDonald, Shelley.............................. 70

Martinez, Lorraine............................... 134

Michigan School for the Deaf [MI]....... 299

Murphy High School [NC]................... 301

Mack, Alana....................................... 125

Marymount School of New York [NY]......66

Murphy, Amanda................................ 202

MacMillan, Andrew............................. 275

Mason High School [MI]...................... 299

Michigan State University [MI]..................... 149, 290, 293

MacMillan, Brigitte.............................. 191

Mason, Tania...................................... 209

Middle Township High School [NJ]...... 112

Murray, Jack......................................... 82

MacNaughton High School [NB]......... 300

Massey, Jennifer......................... 207, 210

Mid-Pacific Institute [HI]........................ 88

Murray, Mark...................................... 216

Maddaleni, Julie...... 67, 85, 117, 123, 191

Mater Dei High School [IN].................. 102

Midway High School [TX]............ 258, 267

Madison Central School [NY].............. 301

Matthews, Emma............................... 235

Miles, Valerie......................................... 86

Murray, Regina........................ 14, 72, 75, 92, 182, 186, 194

Madison County High School [GA]...... 205

Mattoon High School [IL]............ 268, 298

Milford High School [OH].................... 140

Muscatel Middle School [CA].............. 297

Madison Junior High School [OH]....... 301

Mazzaferro, Kristina............................ 138

Mill Creek High School [GA].................... 8

Myrick, Justin....................................... 86

Maeser Preparatory Academy [UT]..... 246

McAuley High School [ME].................. 299

Mills Park Middle School [NC]............. 161

Magana, Donna.................. 189, 192, 196

McBride, Nathan........................ 258, 267

Minarets High School [CA].................. 297

Magic City Campus High School [ND]................................ 301

McCall, Gwynne................................. 212

Minerua, Laura................................... 145

McCalmont, Alex................................ 258

Magruder High School [MD]............... 207

McCarthy, Sean.......................... 130, 208

Minot Magic City Campus High School [ND]................................ 301

Nance, Marcille................................... 189

Mahan, Mandy................................... 209

Misar, Cat........................................... 141

Nansemond-Suffolk Academy [VA]..... 303

Mahomet-Seymour High School [IL].....154

McCasland, Brent.............. 102, 138, 151, 153, 197, 213

Mobridge-Pollock High School [SD]......302

Naperville Central High School [IL]...... 100

Mai, Cristina....................................... 185

McCauley, Leah.................................. 133

Model High School [GA]..................... 298

Naperville North High School [IL]......... 138

Maine South High School [IL].............. 194

McClellan High School [AR]................ 156

Molina, Maria........................................ 67

Nativity Elementary School [KS].......... 299

Maize High School [KS]........................ 89

McCulley, Lisa.................................... 102

Neese, Amy........................................ 173

Maize South High School [KS]............ 100

McCulloch Intermediate School/Highland Park Middle School [TX]...................... 204

Molvik, Jonathan................. 56, 125, 190, 193, 210, 212, 213

Maize South Middle School [KS]....................... 52, 293

Mona Shores High School [MI]........... 196

McCulloch, Pat................................... 208

Mont Harmon Middle School [UT]....... 303 Montasser, Sam................................. 182

Malvern High School [AR]................... 296

McDowell Early College High School [NC]................................ 301

Mamaroneck High School [NY]........... 183

McEwen High School [TN].................. 302

Montgomery Academy [AL]................ 296

Mammen, Derius.................................. 67

McGee, Jill......................................... 183

Monticello High School [IL]................... 88

Mammoth Spring High School [AR]..... 296

McGehee School [LA]......................... 130

Manalli, McKenna............................... 268

McGovern, Terry.................. 86, 107, 112, 136, 147, 184, 197

Monument Academy Middle School [CO]............................. 297

Makros, Barbara......................... 178, 203

Manchester High School [CT]..... 262, 297

Monterey Bay Academy [CA].............. 296

Moon, Rebecca.................................. 144

McGovern, Tim.................... 88, 101, 158, 183, 189, 193, 198

Moore Middle School [CA].................. 267

McGuyer, Becky................................. 101

Moore, Jan................................. 150, 199

McIntosh High School [GA]................. 200

Moran, Robert.................................... 201

McIntyre, Perry................................... 186

Morehead, Madison............................ 135

McKenzie Elementary School [IL]........ 298

Morenci High School [MI].................... 166

McLetchie, Scott................................ 130

Morgan, Amy.............. 129, 221, 264, 294

McMath Secondary School [BC]......... 191

Morgan, Angel.................................... 201

Marathon High School [WI]................. 304

McMichael High School [NC].............. 209

Morgan, Chrissie................................ 173

Marchand, Abby................................. 208

McMullin, Lisa..................................... 195

Morgan, Vickie.................................... 134

Marcu, Christen.......................... 224, 263

McNicholas High School [OH]............. 301

Morningstar, Betsy.............................. 146

Maria Carrillo High School [CA]........... 134

McRoberts Secondary School [BC]..... 296

Morris, Katie......................................... 93

Marian Catholic High School [PA]........ 302

Meadowridge Secondary School [BC]...................... 296

Morris, Michelle.................................. 189

Manchester Valley High School [MD]............................... 299 Mandalay Middle School [CO]............. 297 Manheim, Roberta.............................. 179 Mann High School [SC]...................... 126 Mapleton High School [OR]................ 302 Maranatha Christian Academy [MN]............. 118, 300

Marian Central Catholic High School [IL]..................... 298

Medcalf, Carol.................................... 196

Moore, Dan........................................ 128

Morse, Rebeka..................................... 76

Marine Military Academy [TX].............. 303

Meekins, Brittny.................................. 126

Moshannon Valley Junior Senior High School [PA].............. 206, 302

Marino, Cecilia...................................... 99

Mehus, Joni........................................ 269

Mounds Park Academy [MN]................ 74

Marist Catholic High School [OR]........................ 106, 265

Melton, Tyler......................... 86, 118, 197

Mounsey, Callie.................................. 268

Menaul School [NM]........................... 301

Marist High School [IL] ....................... 208

Menold, Alexa..................................... 241

Mount Carmel Area High School [PA]................................. 302

Markham District High School [ON].... 275

Mentor Christian School [OH]............. 301

Mount Horeb High School [WI]........... 304

Marlborough School [CA]...................... 84

Merced High School [CA]................... 200

Mount Ida High School [AR]................ 296

Marquette University High School [WI]................................. 304

Meredosia-Chambersburg High School [IL].................................. 298

Mount Pisgah Academy [NC].............. 300

Marrin-Cross, Mary..................... 191, 195

Merrifield, Alicia................................... 189

Mt. Whitney High School [CA]............. 204

Marsh, Toni......................................... 206

Merris, Patty....................................... 186

Mountain Brook High School [AL]....... 183

Martin Luther King High School [CA]................................ 309

Mesabi East High School [MN]............. 77

Mountain Home High School – Career Academies [AR]....................... 187

Martin, Aaron...................................... 305

Metairie Park Country Day School [LA]..................... 208

Martin, Sharon...................................... 68

Metropolitan Preparatory Academy [ON] ............... 191

Martinez, Adriana................................ 226

Meyer, Diana....................................... 123

Martinez, Austin.......................... 167, 240

Miao, Esther....................................... 252

Martinez, Daniel.................................. 226

Miceli, Lindsey.................................... 319

Martin, Belinda................................... 141

Mount St. Mary Academy [AR]............ 296

Mountain View High School [ID].......... 166 Mountain Vista High School [CO]........ 137 Mudge, Lauren................................... 168 Munchrath, Luke................................ 262 Murphree, Teresa................................ 158 Murphy High School [AL].................... 192

Murray, Greg....................................... 188

N Neff, Nora............................................... 8 Neiman, Kelly....................................... 67 Nelson, Terry........................................ 80 Ness City High School [KS]................. 299 Neu, Deacon Andy............................. 208 Neville, Kit........................................... 319 New Albany High School [IN].............. 129 New Bremen High School [OH]........... 301 New Bridge Academy [VA].................. 303 New Horizon School [WA]................... 304 New Jersey Institute of Technology [NJ] ................ 201 New Life Academy [MN]..................... 300 New Town High School [ND]............... 301 Newman Smith High School [TX]........ 315 Newmarket High School [ON]............... 70 Newton, Mark............................. 137, 172 Newtown High School [CT]................. 297 Nichols, Casey............. 58, 277, 284, 293 Nichols, Sarah...................... 16, 293, 319 Nicotra, Katie........................................ 86 Nixon High School [TX]....................... 201 Nixon, Christine.................................. 110 Nobles, Susanne................................ 171 Noblesville High School [IN]................ 205 Nodaway-Holt High School [MO]........ 300 Nokomis Junior High School [IL]......... 298 North Carroll High School [MD]........... 299 North Cobb High School [GA]............. 152 North Forney High School [TX].............. 80 North Forsyth Middle School [GA]....... 207 North Gaston High School [NC].......... 261 North Hall High School [GA].................. 89 North Linn High School [IA]................. 298 North Raleigh Christian Academy [NC]...................... 301 North Salinas High School [CA].......... 128 Northern Burlington County Regional Middle School [NJ].............. 107 Northern Guilford High School [NC]......108 Northern High School [MD]................. 118 Northern Potter High School [PA]........ 302 Northside Christian Academy [NC]...... 300


GRAND PRIZE GALLERY

Northview High School [FL]................. 131

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Northview High School [GA]............... 168

Pace Academy [GA]........................... 298

Northview Middle School [NC]............ 301

Pace High School [FL].......................... 68

Northwest Christian Middle School [AZ]..................................86

Padron, Lauren................................... 267

Northwestern High School [MD]......... 194

Page High School [NC]............... 174, 289

Northwestern High School [SD].......... 302

Page, Mike........................... 26, 148, 174

Northwestern High School [WI]........... 304

Page, Phil............................................. 78

NorthWood High School [IN]................. 78

Palco High School [KS]....................... 299

Northwood High School [NC]............. 163

Palmer Secondary School [BC].....276, 296

Norwood-Norfolk Jr./Sr. High School [NY]...................... 301

Palo Verde High School [NV]............... 194

Northside Christian School [SC].......... 168 Northside High School [VA]................. 315

Notre Dame Academy [CA]................. 296 Notre Dame High School [MO]............ 300 Notre Dame Preparatory School [MD]..................... 299 Notre Dame Preparatory School [MI]...................... 300 Novi High School [MI]......................... 174 Nuku, Lisa............................................ 88

Paffrath, Jackie........... 141, 144, 166, 203

Palos Verdes High School [CA]........... 115 Pankoff, Mike........................ 86, 124, 165 Panther Creek High School [NC]........... 96 Paradigm High School [UT]................. 303 Parker, Gina.......................................... 99 Parker, Laura...................................... 137 Parker, Pollyanna................................ 183 Parkland High School [PA].................. 102

Nyberg, Doug............................. 183, 187

Parks High School [NJ]....................... 193

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Parkway Middle School [CA]....... 173, 296

O. Henry Middle School [TX]............... 207 OABCIG High School [IA].................... 298 Oak Knoll Middle School [VA].............. 303 Oak Park and River Forest High School [IL]............................ 75, 249 O’Brien, Conor............................. 88, 154 Oden High School [AR]....................... 296 Ojeda, Isabel...................................... 142 Okarche High School [OK].................. 301 Oklahoma Union High School [OK]..... 301 Ola Middle School [GA]......................... 95 Old Bridge High School [NJ]............... 160 Olson, Beth................................ 200, 212 Onalaska High School [WI]................. 304 O’Neal School [NC]............................ 301 O’Neill Collegiate and Vocational Institute [ON]...................... 195 Ontario Christian High School [CA]..... 125 Oran High School [MO]....................... 300 Orange Lutheran High School [CA]....... 69 Orangeburg Preparatory School [SC]..................... 302

313

Parkside Intermediate School [CA]...... 297 Parowan High School [UT].................. 303

2005 Grand Prize Winner RAI SE ME UP | Katie Kraus Westlake High School, Austin, TX

Parrino, Denise................................... 207 Paschal High School [TX].................... 190 Patapsco High School and Center for the Arts [MD]...................... 199 Pathfinder School [MI]......................... 299 Paton Churdan High School [IA]......... 298 Patrick, David............. 101, 148, 160, 162 Patrick, Mary................................ 52, 293 Patton High School [NC]..................... 149 Paul VI Catholic High School [VA]....... 140 Paul VI High School [NJ]..................... 184 Pavelka, Susan................................... 115 Pawling Middle School [NY]................ 301 Pawnee Heights High School [KS]...... 299 Payne, Erika Lin.................................. 174 Peak to Peak Charter High School [CO]................... 297 Peak to Peak Charter Middle School [CO]................ 297 Pearl City High School [IL].................. 298 Peek, Christiana................................. 282 Pelliccio, Ellen..................................... 189 Peninsula Catholic High School [VA].....303

Orangewood Christian School [FL]................... 216, 293

Pennsylvania State University [PA]...... 290

Ordman, Ginny..................................... 94

Perales, Erika...................................... 193

Orono High School [MN]..................... 197

Perimeter School [GA]........................ 298

Osborne Middle School [GA].............. 206

Perkins, Elizabeth............................... 116

Ottawa Hills Junior High School [OH]..................... 301

Petaluma High School [CA]................... 77

Ouachita Baptist University [AR] ......... 147

Pfeiffer, Melissa Ann....93, 128, 173, 176, 187

Ouachita High School [AR]................. 296

Pflugerville High School [TX]............... 202

Our Lady of Mercy School [CA]........... 296 Owen Valley High School [IN].............. 298

Philipsburg Osceola High School [PA]................................. 302

Oxford, Elizabeth................................ 280

Piedmont High School [CA]................ 107

Oxx, Patricia......................................... 88

Piedmont Middle School [CA]............. 297

Oyster, Reeves................................... 288

Pieper, Marci............................... 116, 288

Pequot Lakes High School [MN]......... 300

Peytavin, Anne.................................... 193

2004 Grand Prize Winner THE HEADER | Alex Swanson Westlake High School, Austin, TX


INDEX 314

Pikesville High School [MD]................... 90

Quintana, Nina.................................... 165

Rito, Sarah......................................... 211

Rutherford High School [NJ]................. 88

Pine Hills Adventist Academy [CA]...... 296

Quinter High School [KS].................... 299

Ritzel, Cheryl...................................... 206

Rutkowski, Amy.................................. 154

River Bluff High School [SC]................ 101

Rutland High School [SD]................... 302

Pinkerton Academy [NH].................... 149

Pinnacle High School [AZ]................... 110

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Pioneer Heritage Middle School [TX].............................. 303

R.A. McMath Secondary School [BC]...................... 191

Riverside High School [SC]................. 147

S

Riverview Middle School [GA]............. 298

Sabetha High School [KS].......... 241, 299

Pioneer High School [CA]................... 315

Roach Middle School [TX]................... 213

Sabia, Chuck................ 90, 109, 151, 199

Pitt River Middle School [BC].............. 296

R.C. Palmer Secondary School [BC].............. 276, 296 R.L. Paschal High School [TX]............ 190

Sacred Heart School [AR]................... 296

Pittsburg High School [KS]................. 165

Robbinsdale Armstrong High School [MN]................................. 86

Plainville High School [KS].................. 299

Radchenko, Becky............................. 182

Robert E. Lee High School [TX]............. 91

Radermacher, Kristin.......................... 123

St. Cecilia Junior High School [AB]..... 276

Plano East Senior High School [TX]......177

Robert L. Patton High School [NC]..... 149

Plano Senior High School [TX]............ 131

Raeker, Laurie..................................... 138

Robert Vela High School [TX]................ 91

St. Dominic Savio Catholic High School [TX] .................. 303

Platt, Marjorie..................................... 107

Raemisch, Walter............................... 196

Roberts, Elizabeth.............................. 155

Pleasant Valley Mennonite School [PA]........................ 302

Ragland, Chad......... 84, 92, 98, 113, 114

Roberts, Justin................................... 106

St. Francis Borgia Regional High School [MO] ................ 300

Rainier Christian High School [WA]..... 303

Robinson, Alison................................. 131

St. Francis High School [WI] ................ 93

Pleasanton High School [NE].............. 301

Ralston Valley High School [CO]........... 95

Robinson, Elaine................................. 120

Plumley, Louis..................................... 192

Ralyea, Joseph................................... 195

Rocha, Ida.......................................... 201

St. Jean de Brebeuf Catholic High School [ON] ................. 206

Plumley, Rebecca......................... 60, 282

Ramsey, Annette................................ 149

Rock Academy [CA]........................... 174

Polk County High School [TN]............. 118

Ranchos Middle School [CA].............. 297

Pollard, Rebecca.................................. 97

Rand, Patrick....................... 93, 128, 152, 179, 199, 211, 213

Rockingham Early College High School [NC]................................ 301

Pinkham, Kimberly.............................. 136 Pinkley, Makala................................... 239

Polo Community High School [IL]....... 298

River Ridge High School [WI].............. 304 River Valley High School [WI].............. 304 Rivercrest High School [AR]................ 296

Port Allegany Junior Senior High School [PA]........... 302

Randall High School [TX].................... 173

Rocklin High School [CA]............. 58, 277, 284, 290, 293

Rankin, Diana..................................... 184

Rockwall High School [TX].................. 205

Porterville High School [CA].................. 85

Rannis, Lori........................................ 178

Posival, Mason................................... 275

Raper, Margie....................................... 48

Rocky Mountain Junior High School [UT]...................... 303

Post High School [TX]......................... 303

Rastoder, Tammy................................ 210

Poth High School [TX]......................... 303

Ratushny, Mhairin............................... 270

Pottsville Area High School [PA]......................... 117, 290

Ratz, Naomi....................................... 210 Rawlin, Brian...................................... 168

Powdersville High School [SC]............ 302

Ray, Keri............................................. 213

Powdersville Middle School [SC]......... 302

Ray, Linda.......................................... 194

Powell, Diane........................................ 88

Redwood High School [CA]................ 131

Powell, Monica................................... 101

Reece, Kate........................................ 166

Powers Catholic High School [MI]................... 71, 269, 299

Reed, Jennifer.................................... 261

Prairie Heights High School [IN].......... 298 Prazak, Erin.......................................... 77 Presson, Cassandra........................... 176

Reeping, Fred............................... 83, 146 Regina High School [MI]..................... 300 Rejoice Christian High School [OK]..... 301

Rocky Mountain Middle School [ID].............................. 298 Rodgers, Jessica................................ 173 Rodrigue, Brianna....................... 143, 222 Roehl, Chad....................................... 213 Roessel, Donna Marie......................... 211 Rogers, Sara........................................ 79 Roland Park Country School [MD]...... 299 Roller, James...................................... 139 Rolling Hills Middle School [El Dorado Hills, CA].... 296 Rolling Hills Middle School [Los Gatos, CA].................................. 296

Pretty Prairie High School [KS]............ 299

Rejoice Christian Middle School [OK]............................. 301

Price, Jenny........................................ 202

Renaud, Cynthia................................. 258

Price, Rianne.......................... 10, 20, 166

Rensselaer Central High School [IN]......298

Prince George High School [VA]......... 162

Reppi, Jim.......................................... 172

Princess Anne High School [VA].......... 182

Resnick, Andrea................................. 194

Pritchard, Savannah........................... 247

Rialto High School [CA]...................... 168

Prospect High School [IL]..................... 14

Ribet Academy [CA]........................... 296

Providence Christian Academy [GA].....144

Ribet High School [CA]....................... 296

Pryko, Chris........................................ 262

Richards, Terri..................................... 168

PSJA Early College High School [TX].................... 226

Richardson High School [TX].............. 132

Rosman Middle & High School [NC]........................ 158, 301

PSJA Memorial High School [TX]........ 110

Richland Junior/Senior High School [MO]....................... 239, 255

Rossi, Catherine......................... 274, 275

Puc’, Nikolai............................... 244, 266

Richmond High School [MI]................ 300

Roswell High School [GA]................... 134

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Richmond Hill High School [ON]......... 120

Quinebaug Middle College High School [CT]................................ 297 Quinlan, Len................................. 32, 146 Quinn, Terry........................................ 131 Quinn, Vicki........................................ 236

Rickard, Matthew....................... 174, 289 Riedy, Joshua....................................... 80 Riehle, Sienna..................................... 171 Rikje, Rebecca................................... 204 Ringe, Sara......................................... 120 Ringwood High School [OK]............... 301 Rio Lindo Adventist Academy [CA]..... 296 Rio Norte Junior High School [CA]...... 297

Roncalli High School [SD]................... 302 Roosevelt High School [CA].................. 99 Root, Alison........................................ 130 Root, Dr. Deborah.............................. 147 Rosa L. Parks High School [NJ].......... 193 Rosedale Traditional Community School [BC]..................... 296 Rosehill Christian School [TX].............. 303 Rosenberger, Craig......... 24, 77, 112, 204

Rossview High School [TN]................. 183 Round Rock High School [TX]...... 18, 216 Rountree, Megan................................ 311 Rowlett High School [TX].................... 210 Roxbury High School [NJ]................... 101 Roy, Brendan...................................... 272 Rumbley, Diane.................................. 113 Russell, Emily..................................... 106 Russell, Joni....................................... 185 Russell, Milan..................................... 262

Sager, Susan...................................... 150

St. John High School [KS] ................. 299 St. John XXIII High School [TX] .......... 303 St. Joseph Christian School [MO] ...... 300 St. Joseph High School [CA] ............. 297 St. Mark’s School of Texas [TX] .................... 40, 279, 290, 293

Saint Joseph High School [IN]............ 298

St. Mary Catholic Central High School [MI] ................................ 299 Saint Mary Central High School [WI]..................... 304 Saint Mary’s School for the Deaf [NY]..................... 301 St. Patrick Catholic High School [MS] ................. 300 St. Paul High School [KS] .................. 299 St. Paul Preparatory School [MN] ...... 123 St. Paul’s School [NH] ........................ 200 Saint Pius X High School [MO]............ 300 Saint Rose High School [NJ]............... 301 St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes School [VA] ................ 144, 303 St. Thomas Aquinas Regional Catholic High School [LA] .......... 193, 299 St. Vincent de Paul High School [CA]................................ 297 Salinas High School [CA].................... 173 Samples, Luke.... 104, 110, 126, 187, 194 Sampson, Tim.................................... 210 Samson High School [AL]................... 296 San Benancio Middle School [CA]....................... 93, 297 San Clemente High School [CA]......... 125 Sanders, Colleen................................ 191 Sanders, Kristin.................................. 208 Sanders, Nicole.................................. 154 Sandoval, Kara................................... 144 Sands Secondary School [BC]......189, 296 Sanford-Fritch High School [TX].......... 303 Sanford-Fritch Junior High School [TX]...................... 303 Santiam Christian School [OR]............ 302 Sartell High School [MN]..................... 300 Savannah Christian Preparatory Upper School [GA].............................. 298


GRAND GRAND PRIZE GALLERY GALLERY

Savannah Senior High School [MO]......300

Shorewood Christian School [WA]......304

Sayre, Marc........................................ 183

Short Pump Middle School [VA]..........303

Scaletta, Sofie.................................... 288

Short, Kelly.........................................136

Scheffler, Carol................................... 183

Shupe, Adam.....................................195

Schenkkan, Melinda........................... 184 Schledorn, Mark................................... 98

Signal Mountain Middle-High School [TN].....................141

Schlosser, Sally................................... 319

Silver Creek High School [CO]..............81

Schmiz, Samantha............................. 317

Silver Lake Jr./Sr. High School [KS].....299

Schoenherr, Todd....................... 128, 183

Sims Middle School [FL].....................179

Schwartz, Brian.................................. 182

Sioux Valley High School [SD].............302

Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School [NJ]................................. 154

Siren High School [WI]........................304

Scott County High School [KY]........... 317

Skyline High School [ID]......................101

Scott, Sheri.................. 77, 107, 134, 158

Skyline Schools [KS].............................70

Scott, Wes................................. 259, 262

Slater, Beth.........................................199

Seaman High School [KS]..................... 67

Slatton, Brenda....................................91

Seaman Middle School [KS]............... 299

Sloan, Teshia......................................212

Seaman, Jennifer................................ 187

Smale, Stacy......................................106

Searcy High School [AR]..................... 170

Smith High School [TX].......................315

Sedan High School [KS]..................... 299

Smith Jewish Day School [MD]...........133

Semple, Christina............................... 178

Smith, Clint...........79, 228, 230, 243, 247

Servite High School [CA]..................... 296

Smith, Emily.......................................165

Sessions, Celene.................................. 68

Smith, Mike............................................6

Seton Catholic High School [AZ]......... 296

Smith, Roland.....................................141

Seven Lakes Junior High School [TX]..............196, 256 Severna Park High School [MD]............98 Severna Park Middle School [MD].......299 Seymour High School [WI]..................304 Shabka Linda.....................................110 Shadow Mountain Baptist School [CA]............................297 Shadow Ridge High School [AZ].........197 Shadow Ridge High School [NV]........209 Shady Side Academy Middle [PA].......302 Shaheen, Molly.....................................78 Shalom Mennonite School [PA]...........302 Shank, Commander Julie...................166 SHAPE High School [Belgium]............126 Sharma, Anil.......................................191 Shawnee Mission East High School [KS]........220, 225, 227, 234, 235, 237, 261, 265, 279, 309 Shawnee Mission North High School [KS]................................282 Shawnee Mission West High School [KS]........129, 221, 264, 294 Shcolnik, Stacey.................................209 Sheets Memorial Christian School [NC].........................301 Sheets, Matthew................................185 Sheffield, Tread & Associates.....12, 40, 48, 62, 72, 74, 75, 80, 97, 99, 108, 116, 131, 132, 134, 142, 152, 154, 171, 173, 177, 190, 203, 204, 205, 206, 210, 211, 212, 213 Sheldon High School [CA]..................195 Shelhamer, Jodi..................................176 Shields, Tom.................................67, 165 Shipman, Samantha...........................118

Skumatova, Polina..............................175

2003 Grand Prize Winner SENIOR SKATE | Brian Gore Newman Smith High School, Carrollton, TX

Smiths Station High School [AL]...........86 Smiths Station Junior High School [AL]......................296 Smithson Valley High School [TX]........113 Smithson Valley Middle School [TX]....303 Snow Canyon High School [UT]............78 Soldertich, Kathryn.............................102 Solomon, Millie...................................142 Solon Springs High School [WI]..........304 Somerset Area Senior High School [PA]................83, 302 Son, Irin..............................................309 Sonoraville High School [GA]..............198 Sorensen, Paul...........................198, 208 Sorrows, Margaret....... 28, 103, 111, 127, 135, 219, 238, 242, 260, 265, 292, 294 Soule, Shannon..................................311 South Davidson High School [NC]......300 South Forsyth Middle School [GA].......................90, 298

2002 Grand Prize Winner CHAMPION | Steven Geer Pioneer High School, San Jose, CA

South Holt High School [MO].............. 300 South Nodaway High School [MO]..... 300 South Page High School [IA]............... 298 South Side Baptist School [IL]............ 298 South Warren High School [KY].......... 210 South Williamsport Jr./Sr. High School [PA].......................302 Southmoore High School [OK]............158 Southport High School [IN]...................96 Southridge School [BC]......................276 Southside Christian School [SC].........302 Southwest Career and Technical Academy [NV]...............30, 284 Southwest Christian High School [MN]...............................300

Shivela Middle School [CA].................297

Southwood Academy of the Arts [SC]...................302

Shoaf, Shandon..................................162

Sparks, Rachel...................................118

Shirley, Tessa........................................89

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2001 Grand Prize Winner BARN DOORS | Casey Templeton Northside High School, Roanoke, VA


INDEX 316

Spartanburg High School [SC]............102

Svonavec, Amy.................................... 83

Torrington High School [CT]................ 297

Valley, Merinda.................................... 293

Spectrum High School [MN]...............300

Swanson Middle School [VA].............. 303

Tortarella, Laura...................... 69, 74, 212

Van Baalan, Shannon......................... 270

Spencer, Ashley..................................163

Swanson, Alex.................................... 313

Trafalgar Middle School [FL]................ 297

van Broekhuizen, Amanda.................. 202

Spring Valley High School [NV]............210

Sweeden, Alyssa........................ 131, 134

Trapani, Martina.................................. 112

Stafford High School [KS]...................299

Sweet, Steve........ 98, 118, 166, 194, 198

Van Buren Junior Senior High School [MO].......... 300

Stafford Middle School [TX].................303

Sybirski, Shannon................................. 56

Travis Ranch Elementary School [CA]...................... 297

Stafford, Anita.....................................146

Sylvan Hills High School [AR].............. 114

Trejo, Carlos....................................... 201

Vanguard College Preparatory School [TX]...................... 186

Stahl, Amy............................................83

Syracuse University [NY]..................... 216

Trenton High School [TX].................... 303

Varotta, Benedetta.............................. 128

Stalloch, Eric........................................69

Szczerba, Matthew....................... 71, 269

Trezona, Kim....... 96, 149, 155, 161, 163, 170, 188, 190, 199, 212

Vashon Island High School [WA]......... 304 Vela High School [TX]............................ 91

Trinity Academy [KS]............................. 73

Velasquez, David................................ 134

Stapleton, Christopher........................149

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Trimnal, Wanda................................... 198 Trinity Christian School [GA]................ 298

Verona Area High School [WA]............ 304

Starnes, Jenna...................................261

Tabb High School [VA]........................ 184

Vessa, Ben................................. 260, 266

Starr’s Mill High School [GA].................46

Taboada, Kenny................................. 119

Trinity High School [TX]................ 62, 233, 262, 293

State College Area High School [PA].................................211

Tabor-Carter, Desiree.......................... 104

Trinity International School [NV]........... 301

Victory Christian School [NC].............. 301

Tri-Point High School [IL].................... 298

Victory Christian School [NM]............. 301

Stearns, Anna.............................103, 219

Tang, Jocelyn..................................... 276

Tri-Valley High School [IL].................... 298

Village School [TX]...................... 189, 303

Steger, Chad......................................151

Tangen, Stephanie.............................. 281

Trousdale County High School [TN]......302

Villella, John........................................ 276

Sterling Middle School [SC]................302

Tascosa High School [TX]..................... 83

Truong, Andrew.................................. 158

Viola High School [AR]........................ 296

Stern, Kristy........................................193

Tate, Becky......................................... 282

Tucker, Kristin..................................... 207

Vista del Lago High School [CA]......... 182

Sternhagen, Toni..................................83 Stevens High School [NJ]...................110

Tate, C. Dow............. 220, 225, 227, 234, 235, 237, 261, 265, 279

Stevens High School [TX]...........143, 222

Tate, Dina........................................... 157

Stevenson High School [IL].................204

Taylor High School [AR]...................... 296

Steward, Amy...............................54, 292

Taylor, Jessica...................................... 84

Stewartsville High School [MO]........... 300

Taylor, Sherri....................................... 216

Stickney High School [SD].................. 302

Taylor, Tammy..................................... 201

Stigler High School [OK]..................... 285

Teague, Stephen............................ 75, 82

Stigler Public Schools [OK]................. 157

Tedrow, Krista..................................... 157

Stillman Valley High School [IL] .......... 196

Temeyer, Helen................................... 193

Stillwater Area High School [MN]........ 124

Templeton, Casey............................... 315

Stimmell, Kristin................... 96, 149, 155, 161, 163, 170, 188, 190, 199, 212

Tesla STEM High School [WA]............ 304

Stine, Lisa........... 171, 253, 254, 257, 266

Texas Academy of Math and Science [TX]........................ 171

Standley Lake High School [CO].........164 Stanton County Jr./Sr. High School [KS]........................69

Stoltz, Nicole........................................ 14 Stone Ridge Christian High School [CA].................. 297

Tacoma Baptist High School [WA]...... 304

Tesoro High School [CA]....................... 56

Texas Christian School [TX]................. 303

Turcotte, Elaine............................ 70, 112, 120, 139, 196, 206 Turner, Megan............................ 102, 259 Tuscola High School [NC]................... 182 Twelve Bridges Middle School [CA]..... 296 Twin Hills Middle School [CA].............. 297 Twinfield Union High School [VT]......... 303

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Victor High School [NY]...................... 185

W Wabaunsee High School [KS]............. 298 Wade, Ben......................................... 157 Wadena-Deer Creek High School [MN]............................... 208 Wagner, Steve..................... 56, 125, 190, 193, 210, 212, 213 Wahlert High School [IA]..................... 298

Ulbright, Egan..................................... 185

Wake Christian Academy [NC]............ 301

Ulysses High School [KS]................... 299

Wakeland High School [TX]................... 48

Union Mine High School [CA].............. 150

Waldron High School [AR]................... 296

United States Military Academy [NY] ........................ 290

Waldron, Sarah................................... 179

United States Naval Academy [MD].................. 166, 290

Wallace, Tony..................................... 319

Stony Point High School [TX]........ 60, 282

Texas High School [TX]................ 79, 228, 230, 243, 247

Storey, Eileen...................................... 141

Thedford, Casi.................................... 142

Street, Kevin....................................... 104

Thomas Sumter Academy [SC]........... 302

Stroh, Larry........................................ 212

Thomas, Jana....................................... 90

Stuart Hall High School [CA]............... 297

Thomas, Kelsey.................................. 200

Stucchio, Matt............................ 178, 188

Thompson, Jennifer............................ 168

Stutzman, Rebecca............................ 264

Thompson, Logan.............................. 259

Suckow, Marcie.................................. 190

Thompson, Nancy.............. 132, 223, 288

Sue Wilson Stafford Middle School [TX].............................. 303

Thoreson, Patricia............................... 112

Sugden, Ed.................................. 44, 168

Thorp, Alex......................................... 188

Summerfield High School [MI]............. 160

Thorsen, Rebecca.............................. 211

Summers, Kristen............................... 213

Thrun, Amanda................................... 168

Utica Academy for International Studies [MI]............... 300

Summers, Serena............................... 279

Tiedens, Julie....................................... 80

Utica High School [MI]........................ 106

Summersville High School [MO].......... 300

Tigerton High School [WI]................... 304

Sumter Academy [SC]........................ 302

Tillman, Meg....................................... 212

Sun Prairie High School [WI]............... 304 Sunnydale Academy [MO].................. 300

Timberstone Junior High School [OH]..................... 301

V

Sunset Junior High School [UT].......... 303

Timbo High School [AR]..................... 296

V.R. Eaton High School [TX]................ 319

Surry Early College High School of Design [NC]................ 200

Timpanaro, Vicent.............................. 183

Valencia High School [CA].................. 122

Sussex Academy [DE]........................ 297

Todd County Central High School [KY].................... 187

Valley Christian High School [CA]........................ 170, 296

Sustaita, D.J....................................... 285

Todd, Cindy.................................. 22, 293

Valley High School [MO]...................... 300

Sutton, Anne...................................... 178

Tomahawk High School [WI]............... 304

Valley View Middle School [CA]........... 146

Thorne, Rachel................................... 100

Vaughn, Roy....................................... 156

University Heights Academy [KY]........ 299 University High School [CA]................ 296

Walker, Heather.................................. 166 Walnut Hills High School [OH]............. 107 Walston, Shelly................................... 100

University of Alabama [AL].................. 153

Walter Hines Page High School [NC]............... 174, 289

University of Calgary Cumming School of Medicine [AB]..... 182

Walter, Hannah................................... 259

University Preparatory School [CA]....... 85 Urgan, Jaron...................................... 286 Ursuline Academy [OH]....................... 161 Usher, Donna...................................... 188 Utah County Academy of Sciences [UT].................. 303

Walters, Dorothy................................. 199 Walton High School [GA].................... 179 Wando High School [SC].................... 206 Wang, Susan...................................... 277 Warner, Melissa.................................. 188 Warren Middle School [CA]................. 297 Warthen, Linsey.................................. 122 Washington Township High School [NJ]................................. 197 Washington-Lee High School [VA]...... 141 Waterford Union High School [WI]......................... 229, 304 Waterloo High School [WI].................. 304 Waters, Leah...................................... 203 Watkins, Ashley.................................... 72 Waugaman, Chris............................... 162 Waukon High School [IA].................... 298 Wauzeka-Steuben School [WI]............ 304 Waynesboro Area High School [PA]................................. 146


GRAND PRIZE GALLERY

Weatherford, Tonia............................. 114

Willett, Maureen.............................. 82, 88

Weaver, LeAnne................................... 77 Webber Middle School [CO]............... 297

William A. Hough High School [NC]................................ 189

Webster, Lori...................................... 185

William Fremd High School [IL]........... 182

Weddington High School [NC].............. 93

Williams, Callie.................................... 114

Weeks, Clarke.................................... 155

Williams, Greydon............................... 267

Weiss, Dana.................. 81, 95, 114, 130, 136, 163, 164, 174, 178

Williamsburg Middle School [VA]......... 303

Welch, Leslie........................................ 69 Wellington High School [TX]................ 303 Wellington Middle School [CO]............ 297 Wellington, Adam............................... 163 Wellsboro Area High School [PA]........ 302 Wentzel, KaTrina................................... 74 Werhan, Linda...................................... 73 Wesolek, Debbie................................ 136 West Broward High School [FL]............ 85 West Delaware High School [IA].......... 193 West Forsyth High School [GA]........... 133 West Geauga High School [OH].......... 301 West Memphis Christian High School [AR]................................ 296 West Nottingham Academy [MD]....... 299 West Potomac High School [VA]......... 121 West Shore Junior/Senior High School [FL].............. 98

Willow Creek Elementary School [TX]....................... 303 Willow Springs Middle School [TX].............................. 154 Wilmot High School [SD].................... 302 Wilson Memorial High School [VA]...... 303 Wilson, Julie....................................... 204 Windsor High School [CO].................. 178 Windsor High School [VA]................... 176 Wing, Ellen......................................... 149 Wingbermuehle, Steve.......... 68, 131, 179 Winston Churchill High School [MD]............................... 210 Woden High School [TX]..................... 303

Wood, Kimmy....................................... 90 Woodlawn School [NC]....................... 192 Woodstock High School [IL]................. 77 Woodward Academy [GA].................... 96 Workman, Casandra........................... 115

West, Lee Ann.................................... 102

Wray, Bridget...................................... 282

West, Noah................ 216, 232, 248, 251

Wrenshall High School [MN]............... 300

West, Zoe........................................... 268

Wright Christian Academy [OK]........... 302

Westbrook, Ray.................... 40, 279, 293

Wright High School [MD]...................... 90

Westerholt, Riley................................. 180

Wright, Jake................................... 69, 70

Western Reserve Academy [OH]............................ 117, 290

Wu, Emily........................................... 284

Western Sierra Collegiate Academy [CA].................... 297

Wylie East High School [TX]................ 142

Westlake High School [TX]........... 22, 218, 245, 261, 290, 293, 311, 313 Westminster High School [MD]........... 299 Weverka, Jody.................................... 107 Whaling, Tim...................... 218, 245, 261 Wheatley, Brandon............................. 190 Wheeling High School [IL]............. 92, 286 Whisler, Kari........................ 107, 140, 161 Whitaker, Tammy................................ 169 White County High School [GA].......... 122 White Knoll High School [SC].............. 162 White River High School [WA]............. 303 Whiteside, Vanessa............................ 126 Whitewater High School [GA]........ 66, 278 Whitfield School [MO]......................... 120 Whitney High School [CA]..... 16, 293, 319 Wiber, Stuart...................................... 182 Wichita High School East [KS].............. 68 Wichita High School North [KS].......... 197 Wichita Northwest High School [KS].................................. 76 Wicks, Melanie................................... 104 Wildwood Christian Academy [GA]..... 298

THE LAST LEG | Samantha Schmiz Clayton High School, Clayton, MO

Wood, Holly........................................ 144

West Vancouver Secondary School [BC]...................... 273

Westlake Christian School [IL]............. 298

2000 Grand Prize Winner

Wofford, Kim...................................... 187

West Valley High School [CA]........ 80, 296

Westfield Area High School [WI].......... 304

317

Wray High School [CO]....................... 297

Wyatt, Dawn............................... 203, 286 Wylie, Mackenzie................................ 309

Y Yasuda, Kaylee........................... 250, 263

1999 Grand Prize Winner

Yates, Tracey...................................... 267 Yee, Elizabeth..................................... 307 Yee, Lynn.............................................. 93 Yetman, Rhonda......................... 216, 293 Yorba Linda High School [CA]............. 297 Yorktown High School [NY]................. 128 Yorktown High School [VA]................. 142 Young, Michelle.................................... 97 Yukon High School [OK]....... 42, 290, 293

Z Zaher, Michael.................................... 170 Zanrosso, Katrina............................... 273 Zhang, Ziyang..................................... 273 Zion Christian School [MI]................... 299 Zollo, Heather..................................... 185 Zuniga, Ana........................................ 193



LAST-SECOND HEROICS | Jonathon Lewis Scott County High School, Georgetown, KY


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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.

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COLOPHON: It’s all in the details. PRINTING: The Jostens Look Book was printed in the U.S.A. by Jostens, using stateof-the-art digital prepress technology combined with computer-to-plate imaging and Komori Super Perfector offset presses. The press run was 14,250 copies. PRODUCTION: The Look Book pages were designed using Adobe InDesign CC and Jostens YearTech®. Page trim size is 9 x 12 inches. DIGITAL IMAGING: Special thanks to Tony Wallace, Jostens graphics systems engineer, for managing the processing of yearbook spreads. R.R. Donnelley handled the photography and proofing for the featured yearbook covers. TYPOGRAPHY: Different typographic weights and variations of the Adobe Helvetica Neue family and the Archer family, by Hoefler & Frere-Jones.

BINDING: Rounded and backed with headbands. COVER: The Look Book features a custom embossed cover quarterbound with a litho panel and Flax material [Navy #466]. The litho panel features process color printing with Super Matte Lamination and Gloss UV. The “ALL IN” theme graphic is embossed with foil [Silver #381] applied. The spine copy is blind embossed and the Look Book title, Jostens logo and graphic lines are blind debossed. PAPER: The 320-inside pages are printed in process color on 100# Premium Matte [#198]. The Premium Matte paper offers the highest brightness and unparalleled smoothness. ENDSHEETS: Featuring Jostens Gloss [#304] endsheet stock printed in Jostens Metallic Silver [Tempo #877] with Super Matte Lamination and Gloss UV.

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