The 2014 President's Collection

These 2014 Walsworth yearbooks were honored with CSPA Crown and NSPA Pacemaker awards and inducted into the President's Collection. We like to show them off.

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  • 2014 ArrowheadVero Beach High SchoolVero Beach, Florida

    Theme: "Viva"
    Adviser: Sarah Jones
    Editors: Laura Conger, Kaley Fennell, Karly Krasnow
    Walsworth representatives: Missy Green, Adam Livesay, Tracy de la Feuilliez
    Awards: CSPA Silver Crown

    Viva! – an exclamation of support or long life. The students at Vero Beach High School are full of spirit for their school and community, and the choice of “Viva” for the theme expresses that sentiment well. The book packs in a ton of coverage with a clean design that keeps it enjoyable to read. The name of the book is Arrowhead, and small triangles reminiscent of both arrowheads and the play button symbol, angled brackets and long lines with arrows are used as directional accents throughout. Main stories, sidebars, captions and graphics are rich in first-person accounts and quotes, infusing a student angle throughout – no small feat for a yearbook covering 2,700 students plus faculty and staff.

    • 2014 ArrowheadVero Beach High SchoolVero Beach, Florida

      Theme: "Viva"
      Adviser: Sarah Jones
      Editors: Laura Conger, Kaley Fennell, Karly Krasnow
      Walsworth representatives: Missy Green, Adam Livesay, Tracy de la Feuilliez
      Awards: CSPA Silver Crown

      Viva! – an exclamation of support or long life. The students at Vero Beach High School are full of spirit for their school and community, and the choice of “Viva” for the theme expresses that sentiment well. The book packs in a ton of coverage with a clean design that keeps it enjoyable to read. The name of the book is Arrowhead, and small triangles reminiscent of both arrowheads and the play button symbol, angled brackets and long lines with arrows are used as directional accents throughout. Main stories, sidebars, captions and graphics are rich in first-person accounts and quotes, infusing a student angle throughout – no small feat for a yearbook covering 2,700 students plus faculty and staff.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 4-5
    3. Pages 32-33
    4. Pages 102-103
  • 2014 FusionHagerty High SchoolOviedo, Florida

    Theme: "Power Full"
    Adviser: Britton Taylor
    Editors: Holly Fohr, Taylor Fohr
    Walsworth representatives: Missy Green, Adam Livesay, Tracy de la Feuilliez
    Awards: CSPA Silver Crown, NSPA Pacemaker

    The Hagerty staff responded to a year of change, which included the arrival of a new principal, by creating the 2014 Fusion with a bold theme and content. In the opening, the editors proudly proclaimed, “Amidst all of the changes, we not only maintained excellence from previous years, but built upon it… our spirit only grew stronger.” The visual elements of the color bars, lines, boxes and small images started on the cover are carried throughout the book. The stories focus on “powerful” students and events, and are reinforced by dynamic photos.

    • 2014 FusionHagerty High SchoolOviedo, Florida

      Theme: "Power Full"
      Adviser: Britton Taylor
      Editors: Holly Fohr, Taylor Fohr
      Walsworth representatives: Missy Green, Adam Livesay, Tracy de la Feuilliez
      Awards: CSPA Silver Crown, NSPA Pacemaker

      The Hagerty staff responded to a year of change, which included the arrival of a new principal, by creating the 2014 Fusion with a bold theme and content. In the opening, the editors proudly proclaimed, “Amidst all of the changes, we not only maintained excellence from previous years, but built upon it… our spirit only grew stronger.” The visual elements of the color bars, lines, boxes and small images started on the cover are carried throughout the book. The stories focus on “powerful” students and events, and are reinforced by dynamic photos.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 58-59
    3. Pages 88-89
    4. Pages 104-105
  • 2014 LairShawnee Mission Northwest High SchoolShawnee, Kansas

    Theme: "There's Just Something"
    Adviser: Susan Massy
    Editors: Sarah Godke, Harley Knapp
    Walsworth representative: John Kelley
    Awards: CSPA Gold Crown

    As the opening copy of the 2014 Lair said, “Is it just me, or is there just something different about this year?” There’s always something unique about a school year, and good yearbook staffs find a way to tell that story just like the Northwest staff did. Memorable images from the opening spreads appear on the cover, including a fun dominant of the school’s cougar mascot. In addition, the layered triangles from the cover appear throughout as a theme element. The Lair’s diverse coverage includes stories on social media, mental health, tattoos and first-person accounts. The book makes 2014 look like a fascinating year at Northwest, or as the closing copy says “there really is just something about it.”

    • 2014 LairShawnee Mission Northwest High SchoolShawnee, Kansas

      Theme: "There's Just Something"
      Adviser: Susan Massy
      Editors: Sarah Godke, Harley Knapp
      Walsworth representative: John Kelley
      Awards: CSPA Gold Crown

      As the opening copy of the 2014 Lair said, “Is it just me, or is there just something different about this year?” There’s always something unique about a school year, and good yearbook staffs find a way to tell that story just like the Northwest staff did. Memorable images from the opening spreads appear on the cover, including a fun dominant of the school’s cougar mascot. In addition, the layered triangles from the cover appear throughout as a theme element. The Lair’s diverse coverage includes stories on social media, mental health, tattoos and first-person accounts. The book makes 2014 look like a fascinating year at Northwest, or as the closing copy says “there really is just something about it.”

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 2-3
    3. Pages 47-48
    4. Pages 248-249
  • 2014 The ScrapbookWestfield Middle SchoolWestfield, Indiana

    Theme: "Breakthrough"
    Adviser: Allison Staub
    Editors: Ann Bennett, Carly Bogdajewicz, Claire Carlson
    Walsworth representative: Jared Wojtas
    Awards: CSPA Gold Crown, NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

    Flipping through the pages of the 2014 Westfield Scrapbook is inspiring. Using the theme “Breakthrough,” you’re looking at the work of a confident staff and it comes through right away in the opening copy, “Try out for the annual fall play. It doesn’t matter if you fail, really, so what if you fail? All that matters is that you give it a shot.” The Westfield staff provided outstanding coverage, using a variety of sidebars to include student quotes and additional stories. Throughout, the 2014 Scrapbook shows Westfield students loving middle school life to the fullest and striving for their own “breakthrough.”

    • 2014 The ScrapbookWestfield Middle SchoolWestfield, Indiana

      Theme: "Breakthrough"
      Adviser: Allison Staub
      Editors: Ann Bennett, Carly Bogdajewicz, Claire Carlson
      Walsworth representative: Jared Wojtas
      Awards: CSPA Gold Crown, NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

      Flipping through the pages of the 2014 Westfield Scrapbook is inspiring. Using the theme “Breakthrough,” you’re looking at the work of a confident staff and it comes through right away in the opening copy, “Try out for the annual fall play. It doesn’t matter if you fail, really, so what if you fail? All that matters is that you give it a shot.” The Westfield staff provided outstanding coverage, using a variety of sidebars to include student quotes and additional stories. Throughout, the 2014 Scrapbook shows Westfield students loving middle school life to the fullest and striving for their own “breakthrough.”

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 2-3
    3. Pages 26-27
    4. Pages 48-49
  • 2014 LegendBoone High SchoolOrlando, Florida

    Theme: "Think About It"
    Adviser: Renee Burke - MJE
    Editors: Blake Waranch, Morgan Rowland
    Walsworth representatives: Missy Green, Adam Livesay, Tracy de la Feuilliez
    Awards: CSPA Gold Crown, NSPA Pacemaker

    So much happens over the course of a school year for just about every high school student. The editors of the 2014 Legend asked readers to stop and “think about it.” Think about all the experiences of the past year, which they illustrated on the cover and started to write about in the opening spreads, “We don’t just go to school. We experience Boone. Think about it.” There is amazing photography everywhere in Legend, most notably on the division pages of this chronological book. Each section is represented by a color, and spreads are identified by a color bar broken up with chevrons – a theme element repeated consistently all over the book.

    • 2014 LegendBoone High SchoolOrlando, Florida

      Theme: "Think About It"
      Adviser: Renee Burke - MJE
      Editors: Blake Waranch, Morgan Rowland
      Walsworth representatives: Missy Green, Adam Livesay, Tracy de la Feuilliez
      Awards: CSPA Gold Crown, NSPA Pacemaker

      So much happens over the course of a school year for just about every high school student. The editors of the 2014 Legend asked readers to stop and “think about it.” Think about all the experiences of the past year, which they illustrated on the cover and started to write about in the opening spreads, “We don’t just go to school. We experience Boone. Think about it.” There is amazing photography everywhere in Legend, most notably on the division pages of this chronological book. Each section is represented by a color, and spreads are identified by a color bar broken up with chevrons – a theme element repeated consistently all over the book.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 6-7
    3. Pages 16-17
    4. Pages 122-123
  • 2014 The StampedeJ.W. Mitchell High SchoolNew Port Richey, Florida

    Theme: "More to it..."
    Adviser: Sabrina Schmitz
    Editors: Natalie Capshaw, Baylor Cherry
    Walsworth representatives: Missy Green, Adam Livesay, Tracy de la Feuilliez
    Awards: CSPA Silver Crown, NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

    With the 2014 edition of The Stampede, the J.W. Mitchell staff wrote that these days students “have found ourselves spending our time taking selfies and posting statuses about what we had for breakfast.” But when you look closer at Mitchell, there’s “more to it.” The Stampede illustrated that there was more going on in the big picture at Mitchell with eye-catching design choices, including images that overflow the frames, interesting headline fonts like andarhillo, and the use of black and white photos to, as the editors put it, “show that there can always be more to what is seen.”

    • 2014 The StampedeJ.W. Mitchell High SchoolNew Port Richey, Florida

      Theme: "More to it..."
      Adviser: Sabrina Schmitz
      Editors: Natalie Capshaw, Baylor Cherry
      Walsworth representatives: Missy Green, Adam Livesay, Tracy de la Feuilliez
      Awards: CSPA Silver Crown, NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

      With the 2014 edition of The Stampede, the J.W. Mitchell staff wrote that these days students “have found ourselves spending our time taking selfies and posting statuses about what we had for breakfast.” But when you look closer at Mitchell, there’s “more to it.” The Stampede illustrated that there was more going on in the big picture at Mitchell with eye-catching design choices, including images that overflow the frames, interesting headline fonts like andarhillo, and the use of black and white photos to, as the editors put it, “show that there can always be more to what is seen.”

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 2-3
    3. Pages 28-29
    4. Pages 70-71
  • 2014 AftermathPalm Harbor University High SchoolPalm Harbor, Florida

    Theme: "Candid"
    Adviser: Judy Cannaday
    Editors: Libby Jourdan, Brianna Winoski, Savannah Ryburn
    Walsworth representatives: Sabrina Schmitz - CJE, Donna and David Hutcherson
    Awards: NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

    The Aftermath looks at the 2014 school year three ways: the things students can do, the things they did do, and all the candid moments in between. The first two sentences of the opening copy capture the positive attitude of this book: “We as a student body can accomplish so many things. What did you do?” From there, the book shows what students did, using large color photos and graphics that dominate on white backgrounds. This book has an interactive feel to it. Most spreads have questions to the readers that would evoke a memory, such as quizzes, matching games and questions on the spread topic: “Did you give a pint of blood to save three lives?” with the story on blood drive. In addition to the photos, the visual appeal of the book comes from its theme colors of red, teal, yellow and green, used in circles, slash-style lines and strips for text.

    • 2014 AftermathPalm Harbor University High SchoolPalm Harbor, Florida

      Theme: "Candid"
      Adviser: Judy Cannaday
      Editors: Libby Jourdan, Brianna Winoski, Savannah Ryburn
      Walsworth representatives: Sabrina Schmitz - CJE, Donna and David Hutcherson
      Awards: NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

      The Aftermath looks at the 2014 school year three ways: the things students can do, the things they did do, and all the candid moments in between. The first two sentences of the opening copy capture the positive attitude of this book: “We as a student body can accomplish so many things. What did you do?” From there, the book shows what students did, using large color photos and graphics that dominate on white backgrounds. This book has an interactive feel to it. Most spreads have questions to the readers that would evoke a memory, such as quizzes, matching games and questions on the spread topic: “Did you give a pint of blood to save three lives?” with the story on blood drive. In addition to the photos, the visual appeal of the book comes from its theme colors of red, teal, yellow and green, used in circles, slash-style lines and strips for text.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 16-17
    3. Pages 148-149
    4. Pages 170-171
  • 2014 DecamhianDel Campo High SchoolFair Oaks, California

    Theme: "Yours"
    Adviser: Jim Jordan
    Editors: Madison Bell, Sarah Foreman, Elisabeth Smith
    Walsworth representatives: Kelly Parsons, Christine Foxworthy
    Awards: CSPA Silver Crown, NSPA Pacemaker

    What’s ours is yours – that’s how the theme of the 2014 Decamhian explains that the lives of the students at Del Campo are intertwined and how “you made the year ours.” As stated in the headlines of the opening copy: “The year is yours for the taking. The year is ours for the making.” Highlighting the letters “our” in the word “yours” is a clever graphic illustration depicting how students’ lives are connected. Simple dashed lines and squares in five colors create corners used to frame spreads and indicate the spread topic (green for academics, blue for sports, yellow for student life, orange for people, red for clubs/organizations, plus gray, like the cover, for reference and ads). While the amount of coverage in this 287-page book is staggering, what is extremely impressive is the number of quotes per spread, not only in stories and captions, but along the bottoms of the pages.

    • 2014 DecamhianDel Campo High SchoolFair Oaks, California

      Theme: "Yours"
      Adviser: Jim Jordan
      Editors: Madison Bell, Sarah Foreman, Elisabeth Smith
      Walsworth representatives: Kelly Parsons, Christine Foxworthy
      Awards: CSPA Silver Crown, NSPA Pacemaker

      What’s ours is yours – that’s how the theme of the 2014 Decamhian explains that the lives of the students at Del Campo are intertwined and how “you made the year ours.” As stated in the headlines of the opening copy: “The year is yours for the taking. The year is ours for the making.” Highlighting the letters “our” in the word “yours” is a clever graphic illustration depicting how students’ lives are connected. Simple dashed lines and squares in five colors create corners used to frame spreads and indicate the spread topic (green for academics, blue for sports, yellow for student life, orange for people, red for clubs/organizations, plus gray, like the cover, for reference and ads). While the amount of coverage in this 287-page book is staggering, what is extremely impressive is the number of quotes per spread, not only in stories and captions, but along the bottoms of the pages.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 18-19
    3. Pages 24-25
    4. Pages 36-37
  • 2014 PrideFranklin High SchoolEl Paso, Texas

    Theme: "Radical"
    Adviser: Jai Tanner
    Editors: Haewon Ma, Sayde Mendivil, Bailey Rae Bridler
    Walsworth representative: Lori Garcia
    Awards: CSPA Silver Crown, NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

    In attempting to use a fresh perspective to cover their school, the Pride staff came up with the theme “radical,” which, as the back cover explains, can be used mathematically and to find the uniqueness in each person. Within the traditional organization format, this book looks at life at Franklin High in 2014 from the angles of all of the students. Lots of photos and captions with quotes relate how students feel and think about what’s going on. The pages sparkle with lots of bold colors, anchored by a rich lime green. The radical sign is just one of the math symbols used, and among the most creative graphics are the curves, such as the thin and thick curved arrows used to highlight people on the page being quoted in the caption. This bold book matches the bold lives of students at Franklin High School.

    • 2014 PrideFranklin High SchoolEl Paso, Texas

      Theme: "Radical"
      Adviser: Jai Tanner
      Editors: Haewon Ma, Sayde Mendivil, Bailey Rae Bridler
      Walsworth representative: Lori Garcia
      Awards: CSPA Silver Crown, NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

      In attempting to use a fresh perspective to cover their school, the Pride staff came up with the theme “radical,” which, as the back cover explains, can be used mathematically and to find the uniqueness in each person. Within the traditional organization format, this book looks at life at Franklin High in 2014 from the angles of all of the students. Lots of photos and captions with quotes relate how students feel and think about what’s going on. The pages sparkle with lots of bold colors, anchored by a rich lime green. The radical sign is just one of the math symbols used, and among the most creative graphics are the curves, such as the thin and thick curved arrows used to highlight people on the page being quoted in the caption. This bold book matches the bold lives of students at Franklin High School.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 36-37
    3. Pages 136-137
    4. Pages 382-383
  • 2014 HoofbeatsBurges High SchoolEl Paso, Texas

    Theme: "Stuff & more"
    Adviser: Patricia Monroe
    Editors: Cynthia Alvarez, Jordan Steyer
    Walsworth representative: Lori Garcia
    Awards: NSPA Pacemaker

    The stuff that life is made of – that’s what the 2014 Hoofbeats yearbook is about – and more. The staff worked to cover everything that was important to students, including details that made teen life what it was in 2014. The opening copy is minimal (as is the closing copy), almost like a list that evokes different yet personal memories for each student. The design concept includes strokes and rectangles, with bit-mapped photo effects added to the backgrounds to avoid using plain white. The coverage, from big events such as the homecoming parade and a local outdoor music festival, to personal profiles of a student with 17 pets and an Olympic hopeful, are all told with outstanding photography.

    • 2014 HoofbeatsBurges High SchoolEl Paso, Texas

      Theme: "Stuff & more"
      Adviser: Patricia Monroe
      Editors: Cynthia Alvarez, Jordan Steyer
      Walsworth representative: Lori Garcia
      Awards: NSPA Pacemaker

      The stuff that life is made of – that’s what the 2014 Hoofbeats yearbook is about – and more. The staff worked to cover everything that was important to students, including details that made teen life what it was in 2014. The opening copy is minimal (as is the closing copy), almost like a list that evokes different yet personal memories for each student. The design concept includes strokes and rectangles, with bit-mapped photo effects added to the backgrounds to avoid using plain white. The coverage, from big events such as the homecoming parade and a local outdoor music festival, to personal profiles of a student with 17 pets and an Olympic hopeful, are all told with outstanding photography.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 22-23
    3. Pages 48-49
    4. Pages 104-105
  • 2014 WingsArrowhead Christian AcademyRedlands, California

    Theme: "Scratch That"
    Adviser: Crystal Kazmierski
    Editors: Hayley Park, Makayla Marvin
    Walsworth representatives: Shaunna Taylor, Anne Scott
    Awards: CSPA Silver Crown, NSPA Pacemaker

    To highlight a year of changes at Arrowhead Christian Academy, the staff used the theme “Scratch That” to mark through what had been the norm and explain what was new. This book is a great example of the importance of font choice and how to use InDesign and Photoshop to provide the look of handwriting and scribbles throughout. The merger of Arrowhead Christian Academy with Redlands Christian School brought several changes, including administrators, the start date, class times and the tardy policy. Amid these changes, this yearbook staff stayed true to its job of covering students inside and outside of school, finding compelling stories and telling them with excellent writing.

    • 2014 WingsArrowhead Christian AcademyRedlands, California

      Theme: "Scratch That"
      Adviser: Crystal Kazmierski
      Editors: Hayley Park, Makayla Marvin
      Walsworth representatives: Shaunna Taylor, Anne Scott
      Awards: CSPA Silver Crown, NSPA Pacemaker

      To highlight a year of changes at Arrowhead Christian Academy, the staff used the theme “Scratch That” to mark through what had been the norm and explain what was new. This book is a great example of the importance of font choice and how to use InDesign and Photoshop to provide the look of handwriting and scribbles throughout. The merger of Arrowhead Christian Academy with Redlands Christian School brought several changes, including administrators, the start date, class times and the tardy policy. Amid these changes, this yearbook staff stayed true to its job of covering students inside and outside of school, finding compelling stories and telling them with excellent writing.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 4-5
    3. Pages 24-25
    4. Pages 198-199