The 2019 President's Collection

These 2019 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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  • 2019 FusionHagerty High SchoolOviedo, Florida

    Theme: "Tell Me About It"
    Adviser: Brit Taylor
    Editor: Shayne Watson
    Walsworth representatives: Missy Green, Tracy de la Feuilliez – CJE, Lauren Wilhelm
    Award: NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

    The Hagerty staff might have done all the heavy lifting in the creation of the 2019 Fusion yearbook, but the book was absolutely told in the voice of Hagerty students.

    The opening spread is the first time readers get to walk down memory lane for the year, and they do it through a series of student quotes about moments from the year. This trend continues throughout the rest of the book’s chronological coverage, with almost every spread featuring mods or infographics with student quotes.

    Cutouts of student images were used frequently and are well done, and the staff did an excellent job of seeking out story angles unique to the year, such as current student obsessions and what students were reading this year.

    • 2019 FusionHagerty High SchoolOviedo, Florida

      Theme: "Tell Me About It"
      Adviser: Brit Taylor
      Editor: Shayne Watson
      Walsworth representatives: Missy Green, Tracy de la Feuilliez – CJE, Lauren Wilhelm
      Award: NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

      The Hagerty staff might have done all the heavy lifting in the creation of the 2019 Fusion yearbook, but the book was absolutely told in the voice of Hagerty students.

      The opening spread is the first time readers get to walk down memory lane for the year, and they do it through a series of student quotes about moments from the year. This trend continues throughout the rest of the book’s chronological coverage, with almost every spread featuring mods or infographics with student quotes.

      Cutouts of student images were used frequently and are well done, and the staff did an excellent job of seeking out story angles unique to the year, such as current student obsessions and what students were reading this year.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 8-9
    3. Pages 32-33
    4. Pages 100-101
  • 2019 MunhinotuGresham High SchoolGresham, Oregon

    Theme: "Elevate"
    Adviser: Brad Cook
    Editor: Tyler Budge
    Walsworth representative: Matt Holmes
    Award: NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

    The Munhinotu staff is never afraid to break any traditional rules in order to satisfy their own artistic goals with the yearbook. That was no different for the 2019 Gresham staff.

    Thanks to an almost entirely new staff, editor Tyler Budge explained in the colophon that it was well into the school year before the staff had nailed down the book’s theme and design concept.

    That theme, “Elevate,” was a nod to the ambitious spirit embodied by the Gresham community. Several unique design elements are expertly woven throughout the book, including a registered Gresham seal first seen on the cover, splashes of red, even within the text of stories as if they are copy-editing marks, and Spanish subheads and text.

    • 2019 MunhinotuGresham High SchoolGresham, Oregon

      Theme: "Elevate"
      Adviser: Brad Cook
      Editor: Tyler Budge
      Walsworth representative: Matt Holmes
      Award: NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

      The Munhinotu staff is never afraid to break any traditional rules in order to satisfy their own artistic goals with the yearbook. That was no different for the 2019 Gresham staff.

      Thanks to an almost entirely new staff, editor Tyler Budge explained in the colophon that it was well into the school year before the staff had nailed down the book’s theme and design concept.

      That theme, “Elevate,” was a nod to the ambitious spirit embodied by the Gresham community. Several unique design elements are expertly woven throughout the book, including a registered Gresham seal first seen on the cover, splashes of red, even within the text of stories as if they are copy-editing marks, and Spanish subheads and text.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 22-23
    3. Pages 36-37
    4. Pages 82-83
  • 2019 HoofbeatsBurges High SchoolEl Paso, Texas

    Theme: "It's a little..."
    Adviser: Patricia Monroe
    Editor: Cristina Tabler
    Walsworth representative: Lori Garcia
    Award: NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

    In the 2019 Hoofbeats, Burges editors wanted to create a yearbook that their readers would remember as “cool” and “familiar.”

    They started with the theme “It’s a little...,” which to them was a common phrase that represented a “subtle way of saying big things.” And there were big things going on at Burges, which Hoofbeats showcased with the help of award-winning level photography.

    In addition to the beautiful images, the staff got creative with disarrayed text, halftone effects on photos and fun in the typography, like using multiple colors in subheads and using pictures within headlines.

    • 2019 HoofbeatsBurges High SchoolEl Paso, Texas

      Theme: "It's a little..."
      Adviser: Patricia Monroe
      Editor: Cristina Tabler
      Walsworth representative: Lori Garcia
      Award: NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

      In the 2019 Hoofbeats, Burges editors wanted to create a yearbook that their readers would remember as “cool” and “familiar.”

      They started with the theme “It’s a little...,” which to them was a common phrase that represented a “subtle way of saying big things.” And there were big things going on at Burges, which Hoofbeats showcased with the help of award-winning level photography.

      In addition to the beautiful images, the staff got creative with disarrayed text, halftone effects on photos and fun in the typography, like using multiple colors in subheads and using pictures within headlines.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 12-13
    3. Pages 26-27
    4. Pages 110-111
  • 2019 El Dorado LegendEl Dorado High SchoolEl Paso, Texas

    Theme: "Off the Tracks"
    Adviser: Vanessa Martinez
    Editor: Ariana Arredondo
    Walsworth representative: Lori Garcia
    Award: NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

    Filled with bright, vibrant colors, El Dorado’s 2019 edition of Legend always gives the reader something interesting to look at on almost every spread.

    Using the theme “Off the Tracks,” which represented a celebration of El Dorado students who weren’t afraid to show their individuality, the Legend staff also wasn’t afraid to make bold choices in design and coverage.

    Along with bright color everywhere, the use of diagonal lines provides the feeling of tracks, frequently leading off the page. Coming from the border town of El Paso, Mexican-American heritage is important at El Dorado and it shows up in the coverage, with spreads on topics like students crossing the border to experience the city of Juarez.

    • 2019 El Dorado LegendEl Dorado High SchoolEl Paso, Texas

      Theme: "Off the Tracks"
      Adviser: Vanessa Martinez
      Editor: Ariana Arredondo
      Walsworth representative: Lori Garcia
      Award: NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

      Filled with bright, vibrant colors, El Dorado’s 2019 edition of Legend always gives the reader something interesting to look at on almost every spread.

      Using the theme “Off the Tracks,” which represented a celebration of El Dorado students who weren’t afraid to show their individuality, the Legend staff also wasn’t afraid to make bold choices in design and coverage.

      Along with bright color everywhere, the use of diagonal lines provides the feeling of tracks, frequently leading off the page. Coming from the border town of El Paso, Mexican-American heritage is important at El Dorado and it shows up in the coverage, with spreads on topics like students crossing the border to experience the city of Juarez.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 14-15
    3. Pages 38-39
    4. Pages 112-113
  • 2019 Le FlambeauNotre Dame de Sion High SchoolKansas City, Missouri

    Theme: "aka"
    Adviser: Alison Long
    Editors: Lilly Concannon, Megan Flanagan
    Walsworth representative: John Kelley
    Award: NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

    In their yearbook’s beautiful opening copy, 2019 Notre Dame de Sion editor Lilly Concannon wrote, “When you peel back our multiple layers of academics, athleticism, service, ambitions and passions, you will discover our depth beyond the surface.”

    It was that idea – seeking out and telling the behind-the-scenes stories of their school’s community – that led the Le Flambeau staff to use the familiar phrase “aka” as their theme and drive their chronological coverage beyond the ordinary.

    The personal stories throughout Le Flambeau are accentuated nicely by the book’s unique headline style, which combines the boldness of the font Abril Fatface with the handwritten script look of Badriyah Two.

    • 2019 Le FlambeauNotre Dame de Sion High SchoolKansas City, Missouri

      Theme: "aka"
      Adviser: Alison Long
      Editors: Lilly Concannon, Megan Flanagan
      Walsworth representative: John Kelley
      Award: NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

      In their yearbook’s beautiful opening copy, 2019 Notre Dame de Sion editor Lilly Concannon wrote, “When you peel back our multiple layers of academics, athleticism, service, ambitions and passions, you will discover our depth beyond the surface.”

      It was that idea – seeking out and telling the behind-the-scenes stories of their school’s community – that led the Le Flambeau staff to use the familiar phrase “aka” as their theme and drive their chronological coverage beyond the ordinary.

      The personal stories throughout Le Flambeau are accentuated nicely by the book’s unique headline style, which combines the boldness of the font Abril Fatface with the handwritten script look of Badriyah Two.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 14-15
    3. Pages 96-97
    4. Pages 110-111
  • 2019 RetrospectLiberty Christian AcademyLynchburg, Virginia

    Theme: "Live in the Now"
    Adviser: Amber Chestnut
    Editor: Hailey Jones
    Walsworth representative: Brooke Smith
    Award: NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

    The editors of Liberty Christian Academy’s 2019 Retrospect did a beautiful job of conveying their yearbook’s message right in the first couple lines of copy, saying that life “can become so easy to get caught up in the past or the future. Very rarely do we actually live in the now.”

    Yes, at Liberty Christian in 2019, the key was slowing down just long enough to “live in this now” and to let “the troubles seem to fade away.”

    Large, eye-catching, full-spread images highlighted Retrospect’s theme pages. The sections are traditional (academics, profiles, sports, student life, etc.) and for the most part stick to the traditional topics like homecoming, student organizations and sports.

    • 2019 RetrospectLiberty Christian AcademyLynchburg, Virginia

      Theme: "Live in the Now"
      Adviser: Amber Chestnut
      Editor: Hailey Jones
      Walsworth representative: Brooke Smith
      Award: NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

      The editors of Liberty Christian Academy’s 2019 Retrospect did a beautiful job of conveying their yearbook’s message right in the first couple lines of copy, saying that life “can become so easy to get caught up in the past or the future. Very rarely do we actually live in the now.”

      Yes, at Liberty Christian in 2019, the key was slowing down just long enough to “live in this now” and to let “the troubles seem to fade away.”

      Large, eye-catching, full-spread images highlighted Retrospect’s theme pages. The sections are traditional (academics, profiles, sports, student life, etc.) and for the most part stick to the traditional topics like homecoming, student organizations and sports.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 16-17
    3. Pages 42-43
    4. Pages 88-89
  • 2019 LairShawnee Mission Northwest High SchoolShawnee, Kansas

    Theme: "It All Comes Back to You"
    Adviser: Susan Massy
    Editors: Tatum Goetting, Wairimu Mbogori
    Walsworth representative: John Kelley
    Awards: CSPA Crown Finalist, NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

    Even though the 2019 Lair was a 50th anniversary book, the Shawnee Mission Northwest staff wisely kept the focus on its students and didn’t overdo it with nostalgia.

    Using the theme “It All Comes Back to You,” the Lair staff gave a nod to the school’s history, while also making sure their current students and teachers were the most important piece of the book’s story. As has become customary in Lair, the writing and photography is elite, never moreso than in a series of profiles, including one on a freshman piano prodigy.

    As for the history, it mostly gets addressed very well in a special, 12-page “Look Back” section in the middle of the book. A “Sign of the Times” spread that shows how songs, technology and clothing have changed over the years is particularly fun.

    • 2019 LairShawnee Mission Northwest High SchoolShawnee, Kansas

      Theme: "It All Comes Back to You"
      Adviser: Susan Massy
      Editors: Tatum Goetting, Wairimu Mbogori
      Walsworth representative: John Kelley
      Awards: CSPA Crown Finalist, NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

      Even though the 2019 Lair was a 50th anniversary book, the Shawnee Mission Northwest staff wisely kept the focus on its students and didn’t overdo it with nostalgia.

      Using the theme “It All Comes Back to You,” the Lair staff gave a nod to the school’s history, while also making sure their current students and teachers were the most important piece of the book’s story. As has become customary in Lair, the writing and photography is elite, never moreso than in a series of profiles, including one on a freshman piano prodigy.

      As for the history, it mostly gets addressed very well in a special, 12-page “Look Back” section in the middle of the book. A “Sign of the Times” spread that shows how songs, technology and clothing have changed over the years is particularly fun.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 28-29
    3. Pages 68-69
    4. Pages 178-179
  • 2019 PantherH.B. Plant High School Tampa, Florida

    Theme: "It's the Only Way We Know"
    Adviser: Christina Porcelli
    Editors: Courtney Chalmers, Lauren Rose
    Walsworth representative: Sabrina Schmitz - CJE
    Award: NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

    According to the editors of the 2019 Panther, when you think of Plant High School, you think of high achievers in academics and sports, and heavy involvement in clubs. Why are Plant students so driven? Well that could be summed up with the 2019 yearbook theme, “It’s the Only Way We Know.”

    Admitting that the theme was “bold and braggy,” the staff backed it up with the book’s design, using bold headline and type treatments that stand out and using the school’s signature color – yellow – as the primary color on theme pages.

    The chronological coverage keeps the focus on accomplishments and excellence, and primarily telling the story of how Plant students flourished throughout the year.

    • 2019 PantherH.B. Plant High School Tampa, Florida

      Theme: "It's the Only Way We Know"
      Adviser: Christina Porcelli
      Editors: Courtney Chalmers, Lauren Rose
      Walsworth representative: Sabrina Schmitz - CJE
      Award: NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

      According to the editors of the 2019 Panther, when you think of Plant High School, you think of high achievers in academics and sports, and heavy involvement in clubs. Why are Plant students so driven? Well that could be summed up with the 2019 yearbook theme, “It’s the Only Way We Know.”

      Admitting that the theme was “bold and braggy,” the staff backed it up with the book’s design, using bold headline and type treatments that stand out and using the school’s signature color – yellow – as the primary color on theme pages.

      The chronological coverage keeps the focus on accomplishments and excellence, and primarily telling the story of how Plant students flourished throughout the year.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 26-27
    3. Pages 62-63
    4. Pages 108-109
  • 2019 LegendBoone High SchoolOrlando, Florida

    Theme: "Why Not?"
    Adviser: Bridgette Norris
    Editors: Shayna Eaton, Mia Michael
    Walsworth representatives: Missy Green, Tracy de la Feuilliez - CJE and Lauren Wilhelm
    Award: NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

    High school is a time when most students explore new interests and start to push boundaries. As the editors of the 2019 Legend explained, it could be “auditioning for the spring musical or pursuing gymnastics,” but the students still frequently chose to “put yourself out there and take that chance.”

    And most importantly... why not? For the Boone editors when they looked around their school, taking risks was worth it when they told the story of the year in the 2019 book.

    It started on the cover, which was unconventional, with four cut-out images of Boone students on top of what appears to be a brush stroke of cyan paint. That brush stroke of paint is a design element repeated throughout the book, within traditional spreads coded with their own color (yellow for academics, purple for people, orange for sports, etc.).

    • 2019 LegendBoone High SchoolOrlando, Florida

      Theme: "Why Not?"
      Adviser: Bridgette Norris
      Editors: Shayna Eaton, Mia Michael
      Walsworth representatives: Missy Green, Tracy de la Feuilliez - CJE and Lauren Wilhelm
      Award: NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

      High school is a time when most students explore new interests and start to push boundaries. As the editors of the 2019 Legend explained, it could be “auditioning for the spring musical or pursuing gymnastics,” but the students still frequently chose to “put yourself out there and take that chance.”

      And most importantly... why not? For the Boone editors when they looked around their school, taking risks was worth it when they told the story of the year in the 2019 book.

      It started on the cover, which was unconventional, with four cut-out images of Boone students on top of what appears to be a brush stroke of cyan paint. That brush stroke of paint is a design element repeated throughout the book, within traditional spreads coded with their own color (yellow for academics, purple for people, orange for sports, etc.).

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 36-37
    3. Pages 48-49
    4. Pages 86-87
  • 2019 IndianShawnee Mission North High SchoolOverland Park, Kansas

    Theme: “Wait Something’s Happening”
    Adviser: Becky Tate - CJE
    Editors: D'Angilo Allen, Delilah Brockman
    Walsworth representative: John Kelley
    Award: CSPA Crown Finalist

    There was definitely “something happening” at Shawnee Mission North High School during the 2018-19 school year, and the Indian yearbook staff captured it beautifully across their book’s 326 pages.

    The simple, but elegant, cover features the word “wait” embossed in a school color (Cardinal Red) hot foil, as if making the reader pause before they open the book and embark on their journey back through the year.

    Clearly organized in chronological fashion, North students were able to look back on all the moments and issues of the year, like where the best hangout spot was, which North team had a winning season and how it snowed on Prom day.

    • 2019 IndianShawnee Mission North High SchoolOverland Park, Kansas

      Theme: “Wait Something’s Happening”
      Adviser: Becky Tate - CJE
      Editors: D'Angilo Allen, Delilah Brockman
      Walsworth representative: John Kelley
      Award: CSPA Crown Finalist

      There was definitely “something happening” at Shawnee Mission North High School during the 2018-19 school year, and the Indian yearbook staff captured it beautifully across their book’s 326 pages.

      The simple, but elegant, cover features the word “wait” embossed in a school color (Cardinal Red) hot foil, as if making the reader pause before they open the book and embark on their journey back through the year.

      Clearly organized in chronological fashion, North students were able to look back on all the moments and issues of the year, like where the best hangout spot was, which North team had a winning season and how it snowed on Prom day.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 34-35
    3. Pages 48-49
    4. Pages 146-147
  • 2019 Sword & ShieldSaugus High SchoolSaugus, California

    Theme: "Like Never Before"
    Adviser: Darren Thomas
    Editors: Kayla Bionson, Alexandra Hill
    Walsworth representative: Martin Albornoz
    Award: CSPA Crown Finalist

    Every school year is unique. There will always be new stories to be told and moments uniquely personal to that year. The editors of the 2019 Sword & Shield understood this and they created a yearbook full of stories that could only be told in their year.

    They started with the theme “Like Never Before,” representing the positive changes and new events that came to Saugus. Like a new performing arts building on campus that had been promised for years. Or the first lacrosse team in school history taking the field.

    Playing along with the “new” idea, the book has a very modern, sleek look with a laser cut on the cover revealing a sneak peek at the new performing arts center and streaks of the school color – blue – appearing as bars and separators throughout.

    • 2019 Sword & ShieldSaugus High SchoolSaugus, California

      Theme: "Like Never Before"
      Adviser: Darren Thomas
      Editors: Kayla Bionson, Alexandra Hill
      Walsworth representative: Martin Albornoz
      Award: CSPA Crown Finalist

      Every school year is unique. There will always be new stories to be told and moments uniquely personal to that year. The editors of the 2019 Sword & Shield understood this and they created a yearbook full of stories that could only be told in their year.

      They started with the theme “Like Never Before,” representing the positive changes and new events that came to Saugus. Like a new performing arts building on campus that had been promised for years. Or the first lacrosse team in school history taking the field.

      Playing along with the “new” idea, the book has a very modern, sleek look with a laser cut on the cover revealing a sneak peek at the new performing arts center and streaks of the school color – blue – appearing as bars and separators throughout.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 24-25
    3. Pages 44-45
    4. Pages 126-127
  • 2019 AyrieLiberty North High SchoolLiberty, Missouri

    Theme: "That's the Way We Like It"
    Adviser: Ronna Sparks-Woodward
    Editors: Isabelle Kanning, Ashlyn Pope
    Walsworth representative: John Kelley
    Awards: CSPA Crown Finalist, NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

    With a record number of freshman on staff, the 2019 Ayrie staff created a spirited, energetic theme that reflected their staff. Hence the development of “That’s the Way We Like It” as the book’s theme.

    The chronological coverage of Ayrie walks the reader through some sizeable events of 2018-19 at Liberty North that refused to throw the students for a loop, including completion of new parking lots and even a loose cow on school grounds.

    Spreads that showed what everyday items students were carrying in their backpack and a profile of school mascot Eli the Eagle were design standouts.

    • 2019 AyrieLiberty North High SchoolLiberty, Missouri

      Theme: "That's the Way We Like It"
      Adviser: Ronna Sparks-Woodward
      Editors: Isabelle Kanning, Ashlyn Pope
      Walsworth representative: John Kelley
      Awards: CSPA Crown Finalist, NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

      With a record number of freshman on staff, the 2019 Ayrie staff created a spirited, energetic theme that reflected their staff. Hence the development of “That’s the Way We Like It” as the book’s theme.

      The chronological coverage of Ayrie walks the reader through some sizeable events of 2018-19 at Liberty North that refused to throw the students for a loop, including completion of new parking lots and even a loose cow on school grounds.

      Spreads that showed what everyday items students were carrying in their backpack and a profile of school mascot Eli the Eagle were design standouts.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 14-15
    3. Pages 66-67
    4. Pages 108-109
  • 2019 The ClipperKearney High SchoolKearney, Missouri

    Theme: “Look at it This Way”
    Adviser: Karen Johnson
    Editor: Sydney Libowitz
    Walsworth representative: John Kelley
    Award: CSPA Crown Finalist

    The 2018-19 school year at Kearney High School was one of those transition years that schools frequently go through. The school’s parking lot was left a dirt pile and the gym was a noisy mess for half the year due to construction. The school welcomed in 11 new teachers.

    In the 2019 edition of The Clipper, the yearbook staff documented it all, while at the same time urging their readers not to miss the bright side of the year too. There were plenty of fun moments and good times. That parking lot eventually got done and seniors got to graduate in a new gym by May.

    The book’s coverage and design were augmented by an infographic along the bottom of the page, which typically had students holding up letter signs spelling the word “look,” offering additional quotes and anecdotes from the year.

    • 2019 The ClipperKearney High SchoolKearney, Missouri

      Theme: “Look at it This Way”
      Adviser: Karen Johnson
      Editor: Sydney Libowitz
      Walsworth representative: John Kelley
      Award: CSPA Crown Finalist

      The 2018-19 school year at Kearney High School was one of those transition years that schools frequently go through. The school’s parking lot was left a dirt pile and the gym was a noisy mess for half the year due to construction. The school welcomed in 11 new teachers.

      In the 2019 edition of The Clipper, the yearbook staff documented it all, while at the same time urging their readers not to miss the bright side of the year too. There were plenty of fun moments and good times. That parking lot eventually got done and seniors got to graduate in a new gym by May.

      The book’s coverage and design were augmented by an infographic along the bottom of the page, which typically had students holding up letter signs spelling the word “look,” offering additional quotes and anecdotes from the year.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 12-13
    3. Pages 32-33
    4. Pages 80-81
  • 2019 The Round-UpWoodland Junior High SchoolFayetteville, Arkansas

    Theme: "It's Bigger Than Us"
    Adviser: Andrew Young - CJE
    Editors: Nicole Abram, Hadley Humphry, Mia Kieklak, Jaycee Petrone
    Walsworth representative: Jenny Olson - CJE
    Awards: CSPA Crown Finalist, NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

    School spirit means something at Woodland Junior High. At least, that’s certainly the impression a reader would be left with after perusing through the pages of the 2019 edition of The Round-Up.

    The editors developed the theme “It’s Bigger Than Us” to convey the idea that being part of the Woodland community, either through clubs or sports or simply through classes, was special. “We feel united in the hallways at Woodland,” they wrote in the book’s opening.

    The book’s coverage is highlighted by interesting, colorful mods on virtually every spread, which added fun details and got more students featured.

    • 2019 The Round-UpWoodland Junior High SchoolFayetteville, Arkansas

      Theme: "It's Bigger Than Us"
      Adviser: Andrew Young - CJE
      Editors: Nicole Abram, Hadley Humphry, Mia Kieklak, Jaycee Petrone
      Walsworth representative: Jenny Olson - CJE
      Awards: CSPA Crown Finalist, NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

      School spirit means something at Woodland Junior High. At least, that’s certainly the impression a reader would be left with after perusing through the pages of the 2019 edition of The Round-Up.

      The editors developed the theme “It’s Bigger Than Us” to convey the idea that being part of the Woodland community, either through clubs or sports or simply through classes, was special. “We feel united in the hallways at Woodland,” they wrote in the book’s opening.

      The book’s coverage is highlighted by interesting, colorful mods on virtually every spread, which added fun details and got more students featured.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 6-7
    3. Pages 24-25
    4. Pages 46-47
  • 2019 AerieMarjory Stoneman Douglas High SchoolParkland, Florida

    Theme: "It All Depends"
    Adviser: Sarah Lerner - CJE
    Editors: Daniela Ortiz-Machado, Marian Lobaton, Rain Valladares
    Walsworth representative: Veronika Levine - CJE; Tamara Moore
    Award: CSPA Crown Finalist

    One year removed from the school shooting that defined them in 2018, the Aerie staff from Marjory Stoneman Douglas decided they needed to break away from that tragic event and show the world their school was about more than that one horrific day.

    The 2019 Aerie is more than 450 pages jammed full of self-expression and creativity, showing how the high school experience at Stoneman Douglas is different for every individual.

    It all started with the yearbook cover, where students got a choice of blue, red or yellow. More individuality was on display with the theme phrase, “It all depends” being incorporated throughout the book across the bottom of spreads, where students provided quotes on a variety of topics.

    • 2019 AerieMarjory Stoneman Douglas High SchoolParkland, Florida

      Theme: "It All Depends"
      Adviser: Sarah Lerner - CJE
      Editors: Daniela Ortiz-Machado, Marian Lobaton, Rain Valladares
      Walsworth representative: Veronika Levine - CJE; Tamara Moore
      Award: CSPA Crown Finalist

      One year removed from the school shooting that defined them in 2018, the Aerie staff from Marjory Stoneman Douglas decided they needed to break away from that tragic event and show the world their school was about more than that one horrific day.

      The 2019 Aerie is more than 450 pages jammed full of self-expression and creativity, showing how the high school experience at Stoneman Douglas is different for every individual.

      It all started with the yearbook cover, where students got a choice of blue, red or yellow. More individuality was on display with the theme phrase, “It all depends” being incorporated throughout the book across the bottom of spreads, where students provided quotes on a variety of topics.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 52-53
    3. Pages 64-65
    4. Pages 274-275
  • 2019 AftermathPalm Harbor University High SchoolPalm Harbor, Florida

    Theme: "To Be Honest"
    Adviser: Judy Cannady - CJE
    Editors: Chloe Ballestero, Anna Tam
    Walsworth representative: Sabrina Schmitz - CJE
    Award: CSPA Crown Finalist

    In an era where the phrase “fake news” gets tossed around so often as to practically become meaningless, the yearbook staff from Palm Harbor University High set out to “find the real story” of their school year with the 2019 Aftermath.

    Even while stating “there are always layers to the truth” and “nothing is ever black and white,” in the book’s colophon, the Aftermath editors went after the hard truth like the most dogged reporters, even if it meant shifting the focus away from purely flashy graphics to more of an emphasis on the content.

    The book’s coverage was weekly chronological, allowing the reader to zoom down into the granular details and relive the school year as it happened.

    • 2019 AftermathPalm Harbor University High SchoolPalm Harbor, Florida

      Theme: "To Be Honest"
      Adviser: Judy Cannady - CJE
      Editors: Chloe Ballestero, Anna Tam
      Walsworth representative: Sabrina Schmitz - CJE
      Award: CSPA Crown Finalist

      In an era where the phrase “fake news” gets tossed around so often as to practically become meaningless, the yearbook staff from Palm Harbor University High set out to “find the real story” of their school year with the 2019 Aftermath.

      Even while stating “there are always layers to the truth” and “nothing is ever black and white,” in the book’s colophon, the Aftermath editors went after the hard truth like the most dogged reporters, even if it meant shifting the focus away from purely flashy graphics to more of an emphasis on the content.

      The book’s coverage was weekly chronological, allowing the reader to zoom down into the granular details and relive the school year as it happened.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 18-19
    3. Pages 144-145
    4. Pages 158-159
  • 2019 The MarauderMarcus High SchoolFlower Mound, Texas

    Theme: "Shift"
    Adviser: Allison Miller
    Editor: Katie Clarke
    Walsworth representative: Jill Chittum - MJE
    Award: CSPA Crown Finalist

    For many kids, high school is a time of great change and new experiences. Students make new friends, discover new interests and develop new attitudes. It was with this concept in mind that the Marcus yearbook staff built their 2019 book.

    Using the theme, “Shift,” The Marauder staff opened the yearbook focusing on changes at the school – such as a new principal and a whole new schedule system – and then built 440 pages of memories from the year.

    Broken out chronologically, The Marauder covers everything from the highs and lows of each sports season in depth to the “shifting” academic interests of students to light-hearted fare like the preferred accessories of students showing off their personality.

    • 2019 The MarauderMarcus High SchoolFlower Mound, Texas

      Theme: "Shift"
      Adviser: Allison Miller
      Editor: Katie Clarke
      Walsworth representative: Jill Chittum - MJE
      Award: CSPA Crown Finalist

      For many kids, high school is a time of great change and new experiences. Students make new friends, discover new interests and develop new attitudes. It was with this concept in mind that the Marcus yearbook staff built their 2019 book.

      Using the theme, “Shift,” The Marauder staff opened the yearbook focusing on changes at the school – such as a new principal and a whole new schedule system – and then built 440 pages of memories from the year.

      Broken out chronologically, The Marauder covers everything from the highs and lows of each sports season in depth to the “shifting” academic interests of students to light-hearted fare like the preferred accessories of students showing off their personality.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 80-81
    3. Pages 122-123
    4. Pages 152-153
  • 2019 The TowerLoyola Marymount UniversityLos Angeles, California

    Theme: “Transparency”
    Adviser: Tom Nelson
    Editor: Alexandria Lior
    Walsworth representative: Monica Loera
    Award: CSPA Crown Finalist

    What makes college life at Loyola Marymount beautiful? To the editors of the 2019 edition of The Tower, it wasn’t just the L.A. weather or the stunning LMU campus grounds. As they wrote in their yearbook’s opening pages, the beauty is “in the moment a class fully engages you” and “the way you can be who you truly are – without shame or doubt.”

    Using the same oblong format reminiscent of other recent award-winning editions of The Tower, the 2019 version isn’t simply beautiful pictures of LMU’s ridiculously photogenic campus.

    Yes, there are plenty of fun coverage choices, such as the spread on students never getting bored in Los Angeles. But The Tower staff also took on timely, weighty issues as well, like a spread about civility in online discourse and dating in today’s online world.

    • 2019 The TowerLoyola Marymount UniversityLos Angeles, California

      Theme: “Transparency”
      Adviser: Tom Nelson
      Editor: Alexandria Lior
      Walsworth representative: Monica Loera
      Award: CSPA Crown Finalist

      What makes college life at Loyola Marymount beautiful? To the editors of the 2019 edition of The Tower, it wasn’t just the L.A. weather or the stunning LMU campus grounds. As they wrote in their yearbook’s opening pages, the beauty is “in the moment a class fully engages you” and “the way you can be who you truly are – without shame or doubt.”

      Using the same oblong format reminiscent of other recent award-winning editions of The Tower, the 2019 version isn’t simply beautiful pictures of LMU’s ridiculously photogenic campus.

      Yes, there are plenty of fun coverage choices, such as the spread on students never getting bored in Los Angeles. But The Tower staff also took on timely, weighty issues as well, like a spread about civility in online discourse and dating in today’s online world.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 96-97
    3. Pages 118-119
    4. Pages 132-133
  • 2019 ApolloColonial Forge High SchoolStafford, Virginia

    Theme: "What's Next"
    Adviser: Tiffany Kopcak
    Editor: Emily Imes
    Walsworth representatives: Brian Flamm, Shelby Brunk
    Awards: CSPA Crown Finalist, NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

    According to the editors of the 2019 Apollo, life at Colonial Forge is a “high-stressed, fast-paced environment.” With that pace comes excitement, anxiety and a desire to always know “what’s next.”

    Hence, a yearbook theme was born. If life at Colonial Forge is energetic, on the go and even a little frenetic at times, then the 2019 Apollo told their school’s story perfectly. The spreads leap off the page, whether it’s a sports spread on a noteworthy game or a trends spread about tea and how students got their caffeine fix.

    Whether it’s creating spreads on black backgrounds with white type, or using criss-crossing rule lines in the backgrounds as a primary theme element, the Apollo staff is never afraid to take some chances in developing their own unique style.

    • 2019 ApolloColonial Forge High SchoolStafford, Virginia

      Theme: "What's Next"
      Adviser: Tiffany Kopcak
      Editor: Emily Imes
      Walsworth representatives: Brian Flamm, Shelby Brunk
      Awards: CSPA Crown Finalist, NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

      According to the editors of the 2019 Apollo, life at Colonial Forge is a “high-stressed, fast-paced environment.” With that pace comes excitement, anxiety and a desire to always know “what’s next.”

      Hence, a yearbook theme was born. If life at Colonial Forge is energetic, on the go and even a little frenetic at times, then the 2019 Apollo told their school’s story perfectly. The spreads leap off the page, whether it’s a sports spread on a noteworthy game or a trends spread about tea and how students got their caffeine fix.

      Whether it’s creating spreads on black backgrounds with white type, or using criss-crossing rule lines in the backgrounds as a primary theme element, the Apollo staff is never afraid to take some chances in developing their own unique style.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 16-17
    3. Pages 50-51
    4. Pages 120-121
  • 2019 HauberkShawnee Mission East High SchoolPrairie Village, Kansas

    Theme: “As We Are”
    Adviser: Dow Tate
    Editors: Emily Cooper, Addie Von Drehle and Hallie Higgason
    Walsworth representative: John Kelley
    Awards: CSPA Crown Finalist, NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

    The editors of the 2019 Hauberk took the responsibility of guiding their award-winning publication seriously. Leading the Shawnee Mission East yearbook means leaving up to quite a legacy.

    But they also wanted to make sure they left their own imprint too, to create a book “with personality; something that wasn’t quite as conceptual” as other recent editions of Hauberk. They created the theme “As We Are,” in order to show the East community at its most personal, even stripping away “false perceptions of our student body.”

    The bulk of the book’s coverage is divided into seven sections, each named with a descriptive word that the staff felt applied to East, such as “proud,” “driven,” “united” and “real.”

    • 2019 HauberkShawnee Mission East High SchoolPrairie Village, Kansas

      Theme: “As We Are”
      Adviser: Dow Tate
      Editors: Emily Cooper, Addie Von Drehle and Hallie Higgason
      Walsworth representative: John Kelley
      Awards: CSPA Crown Finalist, NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

      The editors of the 2019 Hauberk took the responsibility of guiding their award-winning publication seriously. Leading the Shawnee Mission East yearbook means leaving up to quite a legacy.

      But they also wanted to make sure they left their own imprint too, to create a book “with personality; something that wasn’t quite as conceptual” as other recent editions of Hauberk. They created the theme “As We Are,” in order to show the East community at its most personal, even stripping away “false perceptions of our student body.”

      The bulk of the book’s coverage is divided into seven sections, each named with a descriptive word that the staff felt applied to East, such as “proud,” “driven,” “united” and “real.”

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 26-27
    3. Pages 60-61
    4. Pages 178-179
  • 2019 The LionMcKinney High SchoolMcKinney, Texas

    Theme: “Ins & Outs”
    Advisers: Alyssa Boehringer - CJE, Curtis Christian
    Editors: Sydney Anderson, Lexi Harris, Kayla Thompson
    Walsworth representative: Jill Chittum - MJE
    Awards: CSPA Crown Finalist, NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

    Even though they chose the theme “Ins & Outs” for their 2019 yearbook, the McKinney editors didn’t want to produce just another standard “what’s in and what’s out” edition. They wanted their own unique edition and they succeeded.

    The staff used duotones to add dimension to many of their sidebars and dominant images, and allowing for the appearance of popping out. The use of plexiglass and a laser cut on the cover allows readers to get their first peek at what’s going on inside the book.

    The photography in The Lion is among the finest you will see in any yearbook, with multiple spreads featuring eye-popping dominant images. More creativity is on display on the division pages, which each feature gatefolds that provide a detailed look inside the section.

    • 2019 The LionMcKinney High SchoolMcKinney, Texas

      Theme: “Ins & Outs”
      Advisers: Alyssa Boehringer - CJE, Curtis Christian
      Editors: Sydney Anderson, Lexi Harris, Kayla Thompson
      Walsworth representative: Jill Chittum - MJE
      Awards: CSPA Crown Finalist, NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

      Even though they chose the theme “Ins & Outs” for their 2019 yearbook, the McKinney editors didn’t want to produce just another standard “what’s in and what’s out” edition. They wanted their own unique edition and they succeeded.

      The staff used duotones to add dimension to many of their sidebars and dominant images, and allowing for the appearance of popping out. The use of plexiglass and a laser cut on the cover allows readers to get their first peek at what’s going on inside the book.

      The photography in The Lion is among the finest you will see in any yearbook, with multiple spreads featuring eye-popping dominant images. More creativity is on display on the division pages, which each feature gatefolds that provide a detailed look inside the section.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 14-15
    3. Pages 26-27
    4. Pages 210-211
  • 2019 OdysseyUniversity High SchoolOrlando, Florida

    Theme: "Not Exactly, But It Works"
    Adviser: Courtney Hanks - CJE
    Editors: Emily Edwards, Jonathan Jackson
    Walsworth representatives: Missy Green, Tracy de la Feuilliez - CJE, Lauren Wilhelm
    Awards: CSPA Crown Finalist, NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

    After exuding confidence through their award-winning 2018 yearbook, the University High staff wasn’t feeling quite as brash when they collected during the summer to start brainstorming the 2019.

    Rather than creating a bold publication looking for nothing but big moments, the staff shifted Odyssey back to more student “story-based coverage.”

    The book’s design is very clean and uses white space beautifully. The typography is first rate, with the uneven and jumbled text representing that sometimes the situation doesn’t go the way you plan, but that’s ok.

    • 2019 OdysseyUniversity High SchoolOrlando, Florida

      Theme: "Not Exactly, But It Works"
      Adviser: Courtney Hanks - CJE
      Editors: Emily Edwards, Jonathan Jackson
      Walsworth representatives: Missy Green, Tracy de la Feuilliez - CJE, Lauren Wilhelm
      Awards: CSPA Crown Finalist, NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

      After exuding confidence through their award-winning 2018 yearbook, the University High staff wasn’t feeling quite as brash when they collected during the summer to start brainstorming the 2019.

      Rather than creating a bold publication looking for nothing but big moments, the staff shifted Odyssey back to more student “story-based coverage.”

      The book’s design is very clean and uses white space beautifully. The typography is first rate, with the uneven and jumbled text representing that sometimes the situation doesn’t go the way you plan, but that’s ok.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 10-11
    3. Pages 14-15
    4. Pages 118-119
  • 2019 HilsboreanHillsborough High SchoolTampa, Florida

    Theme: "On Central"
    Adviser: Joe Humphrey - MJE
    Editors: Delores Battle, Makayla Brown
    Walsworth representative: Sabrina Schmitz - CJE
    Award: CSPA Crown Finalist

    Tampa’s Hillsborough High School is located on Central Avenue, a historical street that plays an important role in the city’s cultural history. When the 2019 Hilsborean staff was brainstorming for a theme idea, the seniors kept coming back to an idea they had been kicking around since they were J-1 students two years earlier.

    Where can you find Hillborough students? “You’ll Find us On Central” became the theme phrase and the idea of being “On Central” lent itself perfectly to theme mods and spinoffs such as “Central Stories,” and “One Central.”

    Coverage was divided into traditional sections: student life, clubs, sports and people.; This edition of the Hilsborean doesn’t put an emphasis on the traditional school color of red, the way most past editions have – a sign the staff wanted to change it up and be unique.

    • 2019 HilsboreanHillsborough High SchoolTampa, Florida

      Theme: "On Central"
      Adviser: Joe Humphrey - MJE
      Editors: Delores Battle, Makayla Brown
      Walsworth representative: Sabrina Schmitz - CJE
      Award: CSPA Crown Finalist

      Tampa’s Hillsborough High School is located on Central Avenue, a historical street that plays an important role in the city’s cultural history. When the 2019 Hilsborean staff was brainstorming for a theme idea, the seniors kept coming back to an idea they had been kicking around since they were J-1 students two years earlier.

      Where can you find Hillborough students? “You’ll Find us On Central” became the theme phrase and the idea of being “On Central” lent itself perfectly to theme mods and spinoffs such as “Central Stories,” and “One Central.”

      Coverage was divided into traditional sections: student life, clubs, sports and people.; This edition of the Hilsborean doesn’t put an emphasis on the traditional school color of red, the way most past editions have – a sign the staff wanted to change it up and be unique.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 10-11
    3. Pages 56-57
    4. Pages 78-79