Yearbook photographer Patterson Wells from First Flight High School in Kill Devil Hills, N.C., was one of the big winners in Walsworth’s 2014 Photo Contest.
Wells took the top prize in two different categories – School Spirit and Clubs/Organization – and was also chosen Honorable Mention in two other categories – Sports Action and Academics.
The final winner in our 2014 Photo Contest comes in the Student Life category, another group that saw a ton of outstanding entries.
Congratulations to McKenzie Swanson from Shawnee Mission East High School in Prairie Village, Kan., for her candid shot from the school’s Lancer Day parade.
The Sports Action category was one of the most competitive in this year’s Photo Contest with tons of outstanding entries.
Congratulations to this year’s winner – James Schaap from Adolfo Camarillo High School in Camarillo, Calif.
Stand up and shout for Patterson Wells from First Flight High School in Kill Devil Hills, N.C., as she is a two-time winner in this year’s Photo Contest!
Patterson took the top prize in the Club or Organization category, and now she is the winner in School Spirit as well.
The winner in the Photo Illustration category of the 2014 Photo Contest caught a candid, behind the scenes moment before a school musical.
Congratulations to Ashley Cefali from Armada High School in Armada, Mich., for her image “True Characters.”
The winner of the Junior High/Middle School category in the 2014 Photo Contest captured a really refreshing moment at the end of a race.
Congratulations to Naomi Vasquez from Terra Vista Middle School in Lubbock, Texas for her awesome photo!
The winner of the Feature/Portrait category in Walsworth’s 2014 Photo Contest will provide you with inspiration!
Congratulations to Andrea Samano from Reagan High School in San Antonio, Texas, for her portrait of the student in headphones.
Our next 2014 Photo Contest winner comes in the Club or Organization category!
Congratulations to Patterson Wells from First Flight High School in Kill Devil Hills, N.C., who submitted a photo of a marching band member in action.
It’s decision day in Walsworth’s 2014 Photo Contest. We’re thrilled to be announcing our eight winners!
We’ll start with the Academics category, where we received several outstanding images of classroom learning.
We are amazed at the photos students take every day. Here’s your chance to support your photographers’ creativity and talent. Walsworth is looking for awesome photos.
Encourage your students to enter Walsworth’s 2014 Photo Contest for a chance to win a $100 Visa gift card and a pizza party for your yearbook staff.