The 2016 President's Collection

These 2016 Walsworth yearbooks were honored with CSPA Crown and NSPA Pacemaker awards and are inducted into the President's Collection. We like to show them off.

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  • 2016 LairShawnee Mission Northwest High SchoolShawnee, Kansas

    Theme: "Yours Truly"
    Adviser: Susan Massy
    Editors: Jordan Arnold, Kaleigh Schreiber
    Walsworth representative: John Kelley
    Awards: CSPA Gold Crown, NSPA Pacemaker

    The Northwest staff used the 2016 Lair to essentially write a letter to their school, which could be seen in everything from the theme based on a classic letter sign-off, to the headline fonts that appeared hand written. The book even begins with the greeting, “Dear Northwest,” to make the point clear. Coverage in the 398-page book looked for unique stories and angles, with student profiles being a particular highlight.

    • 2016 LairShawnee Mission Northwest High SchoolShawnee, Kansas

      Theme: "Yours Truly"
      Adviser: Susan Massy
      Editors: Jordan Arnold, Kaleigh Schreiber
      Walsworth representative: John Kelley
      Awards: CSPA Gold Crown, NSPA Pacemaker

      The Northwest staff used the 2016 Lair to essentially write a letter to their school, which could be seen in everything from the theme based on a classic letter sign-off, to the headline fonts that appeared hand written. The book even begins with the greeting, “Dear Northwest,” to make the point clear. Coverage in the 398-page book looked for unique stories and angles, with student profiles being a particular highlight.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 14-15
    3. Pages 36-37
    4. Pages 46-47
  • 2016 Boone LegendBoone High SchoolOrlando, Florida

    Theme: “You Just Don’t Know Us”
    Adviser: Renee Burke - MJE
    Editors: Matthew Casler, Emma McClane
    Walsworth representatives: Missy Green, Adam Livesay - CJE, Tracy de la Feuilliez
    Awards: CSPA Gold Crown, NSPA Pacemaker

    The 2016 edition of the Boone Legend dug deep to tell the individual stories of its school’s students, or as the editors wrote, “go beyond our school’s identity as a whole and focus on each aspect that made us unique.” Boone is a big school, with around 3,000 students, so the Legend staff needed all their book’s 416 pages to tell their memorable story. Everything is top notch, from the headlines, photography and writing, to the way spreads made use of Q&As and other infographics to expand the coverage and allow readers to get to know Boone a little bit better.

    • 2016 Boone LegendBoone High SchoolOrlando, Florida

      Theme: “You Just Don’t Know Us”
      Adviser: Renee Burke - MJE
      Editors: Matthew Casler, Emma McClane
      Walsworth representatives: Missy Green, Adam Livesay - CJE, Tracy de la Feuilliez
      Awards: CSPA Gold Crown, NSPA Pacemaker

      The 2016 edition of the Boone Legend dug deep to tell the individual stories of its school’s students, or as the editors wrote, “go beyond our school’s identity as a whole and focus on each aspect that made us unique.” Boone is a big school, with around 3,000 students, so the Legend staff needed all their book’s 416 pages to tell their memorable story. Everything is top notch, from the headlines, photography and writing, to the way spreads made use of Q&As and other infographics to expand the coverage and allow readers to get to know Boone a little bit better.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 36-37
    3. Pages 46-47
    4. Pages 184-185
  • 2016 BuffaloHaltom High SchoolHaltom City, Texas

    Theme: “In Print”
    Adviser: Emily Pyeatt Arnold - CJE
    Editor: Danielle Robinson
    Walsworth representative: Lisa Llewellyn - CJE
    Awards: NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

    The editors of the 2016 Buffalo were inspired by grunge typography and the power of print. As they wrote in the book’s colophon, they felt “breaking rules of design could bring the personalities and voices throughout our school to life…” So, the staff wasn’t afraid to go a little crazy. While the coverage is organized chronologically, readers found inverted images, repetitive use of text and other standout touches that made this book memorable.

    • 2016 BuffaloHaltom High SchoolHaltom City, Texas

      Theme: “In Print”
      Adviser: Emily Pyeatt Arnold - CJE
      Editor: Danielle Robinson
      Walsworth representative: Lisa Llewellyn - CJE
      Awards: NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

      The editors of the 2016 Buffalo were inspired by grunge typography and the power of print. As they wrote in the book’s colophon, they felt “breaking rules of design could bring the personalities and voices throughout our school to life…” So, the staff wasn’t afraid to go a little crazy. While the coverage is organized chronologically, readers found inverted images, repetitive use of text and other standout touches that made this book memorable.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 14-15
    3. Pages 40-41
    4. Pages 56-57
  • 2016 TowerLoyola Marymount UniversityLos Angeles, California

    Theme: "Seek"
    Adviser: Tom Nelson
    Editor: Mali McGuire
    Walsworth representative: Priscilla Hernandez
    Awards: CSPA Gold Crown, ACP Pacemaker

    Right from the cover, it was clear that the 2016 edition of The Tower was something special, using different slices of photos taken from the same spot overlooking the Loyola Marymount campus at different times. The custom, square-sized book opened with a series of spreads featuring full-bleed photos that introduced the different sections, each of which used a play on the theme word, “Seek.” The book’s trends and events coverage is outstanding, making life at Loyola Marymount look incredible.

    • 2016 TowerLoyola Marymount UniversityLos Angeles, California

      Theme: "Seek"
      Adviser: Tom Nelson
      Editor: Mali McGuire
      Walsworth representative: Priscilla Hernandez
      Awards: CSPA Gold Crown, ACP Pacemaker

      Right from the cover, it was clear that the 2016 edition of The Tower was something special, using different slices of photos taken from the same spot overlooking the Loyola Marymount campus at different times. The custom, square-sized book opened with a series of spreads featuring full-bleed photos that introduced the different sections, each of which used a play on the theme word, “Seek.” The book’s trends and events coverage is outstanding, making life at Loyola Marymount look incredible.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 26-27
    3. Pages 48-49
    4. Pages 64-65
  • 2016 Petit JeanHarding UniversitySearcy, Arkansas

    Theme: “Multitudes”
    Adviser: Katie Ramirez
    Editor: Maeghen Carter
    Walsworth representative: Johnny Cole
    Awards: ACP Pacemaker

    “One of the greatest periods of change and contradiction in our lives occurs during college,” wrote 2016 Petit Jean editor Maeghen Carter in her letter to readers. So it was true at Harding University, and the Petit Jean reflected it beautifully. The book documented the different roles students take on during college life. Spreads in the front of the book are clean and simple, then as Carter put it progressively got “much more expressive and complicated.”

    • 2016 Petit JeanHarding UniversitySearcy, Arkansas

      Theme: “Multitudes”
      Adviser: Katie Ramirez
      Editor: Maeghen Carter
      Walsworth representative: Johnny Cole
      Awards: ACP Pacemaker

      “One of the greatest periods of change and contradiction in our lives occurs during college,” wrote 2016 Petit Jean editor Maeghen Carter in her letter to readers. So it was true at Harding University, and the Petit Jean reflected it beautifully. The book documented the different roles students take on during college life. Spreads in the front of the book are clean and simple, then as Carter put it progressively got “much more expressive and complicated.”

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 14-15
    3. Pages 52-53
    4. Pages 240-241
  • 2016 GreyhoundLyman High SchoolLongwood, Florida

    Theme: “One Way or Another”
    Adviser: Heather Keenan
    Editors: Tamara Gluck, Madison Kluegel, Lauren Horner
    Walsworth representatives: Missy Green, Adam Livesay - CJE, Tracy de la Feuilliez
    Awards: NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

    It wasn’t always easy, but “one way or another” the Lyman staff stuck to it and finished their 2016 book. The result was an outstanding edition of the Greyhound, which was clearly a labor of love. In the colophon, the editors estimated the staff took more than 250,000 photos during the year and each spread of the chronological book shows it, as they’re packed with fun, visual sidebars and packages. Another nice touch is the consistent use of a thin rule line with an arrow at the end as a design element, pointing to areas of emphasis on spreads.

    • 2016 GreyhoundLyman High SchoolLongwood, Florida

      Theme: “One Way or Another”
      Adviser: Heather Keenan
      Editors: Tamara Gluck, Madison Kluegel, Lauren Horner
      Walsworth representatives: Missy Green, Adam Livesay - CJE, Tracy de la Feuilliez
      Awards: NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

      It wasn’t always easy, but “one way or another” the Lyman staff stuck to it and finished their 2016 book. The result was an outstanding edition of the Greyhound, which was clearly a labor of love. In the colophon, the editors estimated the staff took more than 250,000 photos during the year and each spread of the chronological book shows it, as they’re packed with fun, visual sidebars and packages. Another nice touch is the consistent use of a thin rule line with an arrow at the end as a design element, pointing to areas of emphasis on spreads.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 18-19
    3. Pages 110-111
    4. Pages 124-125
  • 2016 IndianShawnee Mission North High SchoolOverland Park, Kansas

    Theme: “This is Your House”
    Adviser: Becky Tate
    Editors: Mariana Orrego, Shannon Wray
    Walsworth representative: John Kelley
    Awards: CSPA Silver Crown, NSPA Pacemaker

    Shawnee Mission North students can’t help but be left brimming with school pride from the 2016 Indian. From the spirited theme (“This is Your House”) to the opening copy that told readers, “it’s about leaving a mark on a place,” spread after spread is filled with stories and large, dramatic photos about what made North a special place. Embossing and a die cut on the cover simulates bricks and a window, which was perfect. Because, as the final line of copy in the book said, “This is a place we call home.”

    • 2016 IndianShawnee Mission North High SchoolOverland Park, Kansas

      Theme: “This is Your House”
      Adviser: Becky Tate
      Editors: Mariana Orrego, Shannon Wray
      Walsworth representative: John Kelley
      Awards: CSPA Silver Crown, NSPA Pacemaker

      Shawnee Mission North students can’t help but be left brimming with school pride from the 2016 Indian. From the spirited theme (“This is Your House”) to the opening copy that told readers, “it’s about leaving a mark on a place,” spread after spread is filled with stories and large, dramatic photos about what made North a special place. Embossing and a die cut on the cover simulates bricks and a window, which was perfect. Because, as the final line of copy in the book said, “This is a place we call home.”

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 54-55
    3. Pages 104-105
    4. Pages 162-163
  • 2016 HauberkShawnee Mission East High SchoolPrairie Village, Kansas

    Theme: “movement”
    Adviser: C. Dow Tate
    Editors: Audrey Dickens, Becca Pfeifauf
    Walsworth representative: John Kelley
    Awards: CSPA Gold Crown, NSPA Pacemaker

    With their 2016 book, the Hauberk staff did an amazing job capturing a fast-changing year in the world and in the lives of the students at their school. The book’s theme, “movement” was the perfect vehicle to express the tumultuous nature of the year. Beautiful photography filled the 2016 Hauberk, much of it showing action and conveying that feeling of movement. Division pages of the chronological book incorporated coverage like the “monthly movement” which provided a quick look at what the hottest topics and trends were that month.

    • 2016 HauberkShawnee Mission East High SchoolPrairie Village, Kansas

      Theme: “movement”
      Adviser: C. Dow Tate
      Editors: Audrey Dickens, Becca Pfeifauf
      Walsworth representative: John Kelley
      Awards: CSPA Gold Crown, NSPA Pacemaker

      With their 2016 book, the Hauberk staff did an amazing job capturing a fast-changing year in the world and in the lives of the students at their school. The book’s theme, “movement” was the perfect vehicle to express the tumultuous nature of the year. Beautiful photography filled the 2016 Hauberk, much of it showing action and conveying that feeling of movement. Division pages of the chronological book incorporated coverage like the “monthly movement” which provided a quick look at what the hottest topics and trends were that month.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 6-7
    3. Pages 18-19
    4. Pages 42-43
  • 2016 HoofbeatsBurges High SchoolEl Paso, Texas

    Theme: “Things happen”
    Adviser: Patricia Monroe
    Editors: Jordan Steyer, Jasmine Tabler
    Walsworth representative: Lori Garcia
    Awards: NSPA Pacemaker

    The 2016 edition of Hoofbeats was a 60th anniversary book, and it did a wonderful job of chronicling the school year while mixing in nostalgic tributes to Burges’ 60 years of history. The school colors of purple and gold are used prominently on the cover and theme pages. Numerous spreads intermingle present day coverage with images and notes from the past, which provided a fun comparison. The theme, “Things happen,” tied together nicely on the front and back endsheets with the words “things happened.”

    • 2016 HoofbeatsBurges High SchoolEl Paso, Texas

      Theme: “Things happen”
      Adviser: Patricia Monroe
      Editors: Jordan Steyer, Jasmine Tabler
      Walsworth representative: Lori Garcia
      Awards: NSPA Pacemaker

      The 2016 edition of Hoofbeats was a 60th anniversary book, and it did a wonderful job of chronicling the school year while mixing in nostalgic tributes to Burges’ 60 years of history. The school colors of purple and gold are used prominently on the cover and theme pages. Numerous spreads intermingle present day coverage with images and notes from the past, which provided a fun comparison. The theme, “Things happen,” tied together nicely on the front and back endsheets with the words “things happened.”

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 4-5
    3. Pages 10-11
    4. Pages 22-23
  • 2016 StampedeJ.W. Mitchell High SchoolNew Port Richey, Florida

    Theme: “You Know”
    Adviser: Susan McNulty
    Editor: Alexa Rosenberg
    Walsworth representatives: Missy Green, Adam Livesay - CJE, Tracy de la Feuilliez
    Awards: NSPA Pacemaker

    Nobody knows a school community as well, or as intimately, as its own students. Using the theme, “You Know,” the J.W. Mitchell staff showed that with the 2016 Stampede. “We communicated the things our students and community know to be Mitchell,” wrote the editors in the book’s colophon. Those little things students knew about Mitchell started right on the cover in the ribbons of text at the top and bottom. Vertical and horizontal lines were a consistent design element, used to draw attention to notes about the school year.

    • 2016 StampedeJ.W. Mitchell High SchoolNew Port Richey, Florida

      Theme: “You Know”
      Adviser: Susan McNulty
      Editor: Alexa Rosenberg
      Walsworth representatives: Missy Green, Adam Livesay - CJE, Tracy de la Feuilliez
      Awards: NSPA Pacemaker

      Nobody knows a school community as well, or as intimately, as its own students. Using the theme, “You Know,” the J.W. Mitchell staff showed that with the 2016 Stampede. “We communicated the things our students and community know to be Mitchell,” wrote the editors in the book’s colophon. Those little things students knew about Mitchell started right on the cover in the ribbons of text at the top and bottom. Vertical and horizontal lines were a consistent design element, used to draw attention to notes about the school year.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 2-3
    3. Pages 12-13
    4. Pages 116-117
  • 2016 CampusKiski Area High SchoolVandergrift, Pennsylvania

    Theme: “that feeling you get”
    Adviser: Paul Fantaski
    Editors: Emily Knell, Jayne Hohman
    Walsworth representative: Cheryl Franzmann - CJE
    Awards: CSPA Silver Crown

    The theme of this book allowed the Campus staff to explore the normal feelings of every high school student, such as nerves before a test. But it also let them discover how students felt about the big moments of their lives. The theme begins on the cover, not only with the words, but the embossing that encourages touching. A nice coverage touch was the student quote and picture of students’ proudest moments in each right-page folio. Quote and photo sidebars on each spreads’ topic also let students share their feelings. The staff did a great job of not only finding the stories, but discovering what students thought and felt.

    • 2016 CampusKiski Area High SchoolVandergrift, Pennsylvania

      Theme: “that feeling you get”
      Adviser: Paul Fantaski
      Editors: Emily Knell, Jayne Hohman
      Walsworth representative: Cheryl Franzmann - CJE
      Awards: CSPA Silver Crown

      The theme of this book allowed the Campus staff to explore the normal feelings of every high school student, such as nerves before a test. But it also let them discover how students felt about the big moments of their lives. The theme begins on the cover, not only with the words, but the embossing that encourages touching. A nice coverage touch was the student quote and picture of students’ proudest moments in each right-page folio. Quote and photo sidebars on each spreads’ topic also let students share their feelings. The staff did a great job of not only finding the stories, but discovering what students thought and felt.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 20-21
    3. Pages 30-31
    4. Pages 120-121
  • 2016 ScrapbookWestfield Middle SchoolWestfield, Indiana

    Theme: “It’s not that complicated… but it’s a little confusing”
    Adviser: Allie Staub
    Editor: Benjamin Rascon Gracia
    Walsworth representative: Jared Wojtas
    Awards: CSPA Gold Crown, NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

    When your school goes through major changes, such as a new start time, classes in different rooms in the building, new classes and a new lunch period, it can be hectic and scary at first for middle school students. The theme words fit the year perfectly, because the staff knew students would get used to the changes, but it was confusing at first. The staff kept the cover and page design simple, filling the book with coverage of the changes and many student stories. With lots of quotes, Westfield Middle students will remember the year by reading their stories in their own words.

    • 2016 ScrapbookWestfield Middle SchoolWestfield, Indiana

      Theme: “It’s not that complicated… but it’s a little confusing”
      Adviser: Allie Staub
      Editor: Benjamin Rascon Gracia
      Walsworth representative: Jared Wojtas
      Awards: CSPA Gold Crown, NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

      When your school goes through major changes, such as a new start time, classes in different rooms in the building, new classes and a new lunch period, it can be hectic and scary at first for middle school students. The theme words fit the year perfectly, because the staff knew students would get used to the changes, but it was confusing at first. The staff kept the cover and page design simple, filling the book with coverage of the changes and many student stories. With lots of quotes, Westfield Middle students will remember the year by reading their stories in their own words.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 10-11
    3. Pages 42-43
    4. Pages 64-65
  • 2016 Brookfield Central LegendBrookfield Central High SchoolBrookfield, Wisconsin

    Theme: “Changing Perspectives”
    Adviser: Tom Juran
    Editors: Emma Kumer, Sean Linnihan
    Walsworth representative: Shelley Mosley
    Awards: NSPA Pacemaker

    The staff of the Legend wanted students to see the year from a variety of angles. This yearbook is filled with quotes from students, allowing coverage to be seen from a multitude of angles and giving readers the opportunity to change their perspective on what they experienced. Staying student-focused in their chronological coverage provided numerous stories from the 1,331 students at the school. While spreads are packed with photos, copy and graphics, the muted color palette and choice of fonts make it easy to take in every photo and bit of information.

    • 2016 Brookfield Central LegendBrookfield Central High SchoolBrookfield, Wisconsin

      Theme: “Changing Perspectives”
      Adviser: Tom Juran
      Editors: Emma Kumer, Sean Linnihan
      Walsworth representative: Shelley Mosley
      Awards: NSPA Pacemaker

      The staff of the Legend wanted students to see the year from a variety of angles. This yearbook is filled with quotes from students, allowing coverage to be seen from a multitude of angles and giving readers the opportunity to change their perspective on what they experienced. Staying student-focused in their chronological coverage provided numerous stories from the 1,331 students at the school. While spreads are packed with photos, copy and graphics, the muted color palette and choice of fonts make it easy to take in every photo and bit of information.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 66-67
    3. Pages 90-91
    4. Pages 148-149
  • 2016 MunhinotuGresham High SchoolGresham, Oregon

    Theme: “Embrace the Legacy”
    Adviser: Brad Cook
    Editor: Avey Gradwahl
    Walsworth representative: Matt Holmes
    Awards: CSPA Silver Crown, NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

    With the 2016 Munhinotu, the Gresham staff took on the challenge of creating a 100th anniversary book. The endsheets, theme pages and various spreads included historical images and timelines about the school’s past. The nostalgic, throwback feel was carried throughout the book by a slight tint, or sepia tone effect, on the photos. Along with the history lesson, the book is packed with extensive coverage of the current year, such as the dance team winning a third straight state title and an expensive track project being completed at the school stadium.

    • 2016 MunhinotuGresham High SchoolGresham, Oregon

      Theme: “Embrace the Legacy”
      Adviser: Brad Cook
      Editor: Avey Gradwahl
      Walsworth representative: Matt Holmes
      Awards: CSPA Silver Crown, NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

      With the 2016 Munhinotu, the Gresham staff took on the challenge of creating a 100th anniversary book. The endsheets, theme pages and various spreads included historical images and timelines about the school’s past. The nostalgic, throwback feel was carried throughout the book by a slight tint, or sepia tone effect, on the photos. Along with the history lesson, the book is packed with extensive coverage of the current year, such as the dance team winning a third straight state title and an expensive track project being completed at the school stadium.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 16-17
    3. Pages 70-71
    4. Pages 80-81
  • 2016 WingsArrowhead Christian AcademyRedlands, California

    Theme: “wait, what?”
    Adviser: Crystal Kazmierski
    Editors: Cassidy Brown, Michalah Bell, Sean Jackson
    Walsworth representative: Valen Rocha
    Awards: CSPA Gold Crown, NSPA Pacemaker

    The 2016 Wings staff got a chance to document a tumultuous school year at Arrowhead with new policies and new administrators, among other noteworthy events. The design, which used paint splatters and a mixture of script and calligraphy fonts in headlines, added to the feeling of tumult. Coverage was elite and varied, from spreads on the San Bernardino terror attack, which took place near school, to the latest fashion trends.

    • 2016 WingsArrowhead Christian AcademyRedlands, California

      Theme: “wait, what?”
      Adviser: Crystal Kazmierski
      Editors: Cassidy Brown, Michalah Bell, Sean Jackson
      Walsworth representative: Valen Rocha
      Awards: CSPA Gold Crown, NSPA Pacemaker

      The 2016 Wings staff got a chance to document a tumultuous school year at Arrowhead with new policies and new administrators, among other noteworthy events. The design, which used paint splatters and a mixture of script and calligraphy fonts in headlines, added to the feeling of tumult. Coverage was elite and varied, from spreads on the San Bernardino terror attack, which took place near school, to the latest fashion trends.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 4-5
    3. Pages 10-11
    4. Pages 54-55
  • 2016 WildcatHarding AcademySearcy, Arkansas

    Theme: "In the Red"
    Adviser: Tod Traughber
    Editors: Melissa Cowan, Valerie LaFerney
    Walsworth representative: Johnny Cole
    Awards: CSPA Silver Crown

    School pride and faith are serious business at Harding Academy, a private K-12 Christian school with a total enrollment of only around 700 students. The school color red can be found all over the 2016 Wildcat – photos, design elements, even in the theme, which involved a play on words for how indebted the students felt to the Harding community. The book’s traditional coverage also focused on togetherness and unique spins on annual events.

    • 2016 WildcatHarding AcademySearcy, Arkansas

      Theme: "In the Red"
      Adviser: Tod Traughber
      Editors: Melissa Cowan, Valerie LaFerney
      Walsworth representative: Johnny Cole
      Awards: CSPA Silver Crown

      School pride and faith are serious business at Harding Academy, a private K-12 Christian school with a total enrollment of only around 700 students. The school color red can be found all over the 2016 Wildcat – photos, design elements, even in the theme, which involved a play on words for how indebted the students felt to the Harding community. The book’s traditional coverage also focused on togetherness and unique spins on annual events.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 34-35
    3. Pages 86-87
    4. Pages 90-91
  • 2016 ApolloColonial Forge High SchoolStafford, Virginia

    Theme: "Simply Human"
    Adviser: Tiffany Kopcak - M.Ed.
    Editors: Emily Bartenfelder, Kennedy Buechner, Emily Gingerich, Jeremy Hayward
    Walsworth representative: Brian Flamm
    Awards: CSPA Silver Crown, NSPA Pacemaker

    Inspired by the journalistic voice of popular blog and best-selling book Humans of New York, the 2016 Apollo staff showed the diversity of Colonial Forge and allowed their school community to tell their own stories. The staff was divided into six teams, each with their own section of the book to work on “from start to finish,” as the editors wrote in the colophon. Spreads are striking with beautiful photography, big, bold headlines and numerous pull quotes and other mods that highlight individual stories.

    • 2016 ApolloColonial Forge High SchoolStafford, Virginia

      Theme: "Simply Human"
      Adviser: Tiffany Kopcak - M.Ed.
      Editors: Emily Bartenfelder, Kennedy Buechner, Emily Gingerich, Jeremy Hayward
      Walsworth representative: Brian Flamm
      Awards: CSPA Silver Crown, NSPA Pacemaker

      Inspired by the journalistic voice of popular blog and best-selling book Humans of New York, the 2016 Apollo staff showed the diversity of Colonial Forge and allowed their school community to tell their own stories. The staff was divided into six teams, each with their own section of the book to work on “from start to finish,” as the editors wrote in the colophon. Spreads are striking with beautiful photography, big, bold headlines and numerous pull quotes and other mods that highlight individual stories.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 14-15
    3. Pages 108-109
    4. Pages 138-139