2022 Theme Gallery

These 2022 staffs used their themes to tell the unique story of their year, many of them returning to school buildings for the first time since the historic pandemic of the year before.

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  • 2022 WildcatHar-Ber High SchoolSpringdale , Arkansas

    Theme: "Why Wait"
    Adviser: Karla Sprague
    Editors: Counts Shanks, Marissa Williams, Savannah Young
    Walsworth representative: Jenny Whightsil - CJE

    In their own words:

    "The wait was over--
    To make new traditions--
    Seniors, they started the Senior Sunrise.

    "To go viral on TikTok--
    Juniors, more than one of you bent the rules to get a million rules.

    "To make your presence known--
    Sophomores, they battled the seniors for the spirit stick at the first pep rally at Wildcat Stadium.

    "We always worked hard--
    At having the most National Merit Finalists, at begin Debate NSDA Champions, and at being All-State Choir Qualifiers.

    "We played hard too--
    Spirit week to celebrate Christmas. Talent Show. The Pachanga. Yeah, that's just part of being a Wildcat.

    "We won back-to-back golf state championships. Established a Young Progressives of America Chapter. Revived the Blue Crew. We grabbed life by the horns.

    "Why wait?"

    • 2022 WildcatHar-Ber High SchoolSpringdale , Arkansas

      Theme: "Why Wait"
      Adviser: Karla Sprague
      Editors: Counts Shanks, Marissa Williams, Savannah Young
      Walsworth representative: Jenny Whightsil - CJE

      In their own words:

      "The wait was over--
      To make new traditions--
      Seniors, they started the Senior Sunrise.

      "To go viral on TikTok--
      Juniors, more than one of you bent the rules to get a million rules.

      "To make your presence known--
      Sophomores, they battled the seniors for the spirit stick at the first pep rally at Wildcat Stadium.

      "We always worked hard--
      At having the most National Merit Finalists, at begin Debate NSDA Champions, and at being All-State Choir Qualifiers.

      "We played hard too--
      Spirit week to celebrate Christmas. Talent Show. The Pachanga. Yeah, that's just part of being a Wildcat.

      "We won back-to-back golf state championships. Established a Young Progressives of America Chapter. Revived the Blue Crew. We grabbed life by the horns.

      "Why wait?"

    1. Cover
    2. Front Endsheet
    3. Title Page
    4. Opening
    5. Opening
    6. Opening
    7. Division
    8. Page 64-65
    9. Page 86-87
    10. Page 100-101
    11. Portraits
    12. Clubs/Orgs
    13. Senior Ads
    14. Closing
  • 2022 Odyssey University High School Orange City , Florida

    Theme: "What About It?"
    Adviser: Courtney Hanks
    Editors: Morgan Worlledge and Alyssa Bice
    Walsworth representative: Tracy de la Feuilliez - CJE

    In their own words:

    "What about it?

    "I'm still trying to figure out how I got here, but wherever we go next is going to be on our terms. I'm excited for this year and what about it? Did you guys see students sitting in the middle of the aisle on the bus getting here? My second period had almost forty kids. I'm already ready to go home, but we have all year, and so far, it looks fun.

    "I'll admit the dress code is nice. No polos, I mean. I can wear what I want. Who's going to say something?

    "We lost our first home game, so what? We made it to the championship. This year, we are going to break records. Literally."
    ---
    "Have you read, 'It Ends With Us' yet? I was about to sob my eyes out at the end.

    "It rains a lot in Florida, but did almost every football field have to flood before a game?

    "I re-watched all the Harry Potter movies before the reunion was released. And what about that?"

    • 2022 Odyssey University High School Orange City , Florida

      Theme: "What About It?"
      Adviser: Courtney Hanks
      Editors: Morgan Worlledge and Alyssa Bice
      Walsworth representative: Tracy de la Feuilliez - CJE

      In their own words:

      "What about it?

      "I'm still trying to figure out how I got here, but wherever we go next is going to be on our terms. I'm excited for this year and what about it? Did you guys see students sitting in the middle of the aisle on the bus getting here? My second period had almost forty kids. I'm already ready to go home, but we have all year, and so far, it looks fun.

      "I'll admit the dress code is nice. No polos, I mean. I can wear what I want. Who's going to say something?

      "We lost our first home game, so what? We made it to the championship. This year, we are going to break records. Literally."
      ---
      "Have you read, 'It Ends With Us' yet? I was about to sob my eyes out at the end.

      "It rains a lot in Florida, but did almost every football field have to flood before a game?

      "I re-watched all the Harry Potter movies before the reunion was released. And what about that?"

    1. Cover
    2. Front Endsheet
    3. Title Page
    4. Opening
    5. Opening
    6. Opening
    7. Pages 12-13
    8. Pages 26-27
    9. Pages 56-57
    10. Pages 84-85
    11. Portraits
    12. Senior Ads
    13. Clubs/Orgs
    14. Closing
    15. Closing
  • 2022 Raider Gulliver Preparatory Upper School Campus Miami, Florida

    Theme: "It's All Good"
    Adviser: Monica Rodriguez
    Editors: Victoria Poliak and Lucie Duchene
    Walsworth representatives: Veronika Levine, CJE

    In their own words:

    "We drove through the new front gates with aspirations and anticipation. We learned that among the fear, there was also community, support and hope. We stepped up and rose above the challenges that the pandemic brought because no matter what we faced, it's all good."
    ---
    "No Zoom glitches. No social distancing. No more arrows. After a confusing and uncertain year, we were home again (for real). We found that we appreciated the little things more than ever. Whether it was the Blue Zoo being filled with fans again, or seniors hugging their friends as they opened college acceptances. From senior Neptune Peterson's pursuit for awareness and advocacy to the return of field trips, we discovered new experiences and perspectives and allowed ourselves to find the good."
    ---
    "Every person's journey was different, and everyone had their own trials to go through. Either way, there was good all around us. Sometimes we had to look a little hard to find it, take action and do it or step up and be it. We chose to rise up and made the decision to create our own source happiness. Despite what happened, or how bad it seemed, life went on, and it worked out for the best. So far so good."

    • 2022 Raider Gulliver Preparatory Upper School Campus Miami, Florida

      Theme: "It's All Good"
      Adviser: Monica Rodriguez
      Editors: Victoria Poliak and Lucie Duchene
      Walsworth representatives: Veronika Levine, CJE

      In their own words:

      "We drove through the new front gates with aspirations and anticipation. We learned that among the fear, there was also community, support and hope. We stepped up and rose above the challenges that the pandemic brought because no matter what we faced, it's all good."
      ---
      "No Zoom glitches. No social distancing. No more arrows. After a confusing and uncertain year, we were home again (for real). We found that we appreciated the little things more than ever. Whether it was the Blue Zoo being filled with fans again, or seniors hugging their friends as they opened college acceptances. From senior Neptune Peterson's pursuit for awareness and advocacy to the return of field trips, we discovered new experiences and perspectives and allowed ourselves to find the good."
      ---
      "Every person's journey was different, and everyone had their own trials to go through. Either way, there was good all around us. Sometimes we had to look a little hard to find it, take action and do it or step up and be it. We chose to rise up and made the decision to create our own source happiness. Despite what happened, or how bad it seemed, life went on, and it worked out for the best. So far so good."

    1. Cover
    2. Title Page
    3. Front Endsheet
    4. Opening
    5. Opening
    6. Opening
    7. Division
    8. Page 54-55
    9. Page 60-61
    10. Page 70-71
    11. Page 98-99
    12. Page 150-151
    13. Clubs/Orgs
    14. Closing
  • 2022 The Lair Shawnee Mission Northwest High SchoolShawnee, Kansas

    Theme: "No More Waiting"
    Adviser: Susan Massy
    Editor: Katie Burke
    Walsworth representative: John Kelley

    In their own words:

    "Waiting. For the lunch bell to ring. For our Canvas and Skyward grades to sync. For the pandemic to end. We were uncertain, scared, and impatient. But still...we waited. To ask off of work. To sneak a peek at our partner's paper. To see if we got nominated for homecoming court.
    ---
    "Maybe we were waiting for tomorrow. OR for someone else to make the decisions. Waiting felt safe....but we were done with waiting."
    ---
    "It's time to live in the moment. Yes, things didn't go as planned in '21. But this is now. Never skip a beat. Never lose track of time. Never stay home. And there is no more waiting."

    • 2022 The Lair Shawnee Mission Northwest High SchoolShawnee, Kansas

      Theme: "No More Waiting"
      Adviser: Susan Massy
      Editor: Katie Burke
      Walsworth representative: John Kelley

      In their own words:

      "Waiting. For the lunch bell to ring. For our Canvas and Skyward grades to sync. For the pandemic to end. We were uncertain, scared, and impatient. But still...we waited. To ask off of work. To sneak a peek at our partner's paper. To see if we got nominated for homecoming court.
      ---
      "Maybe we were waiting for tomorrow. OR for someone else to make the decisions. Waiting felt safe....but we were done with waiting."
      ---
      "It's time to live in the moment. Yes, things didn't go as planned in '21. But this is now. Never skip a beat. Never lose track of time. Never stay home. And there is no more waiting."

    1. Cover
    2. Front Endsheet
    3. Title Page
    4. Opening
    5. Opening
    6. Opening
    7. Page 28-29
    8. Page 54-55
    9. Page 76-77
    10. Page 138-139
    11. Page 170-171
    12. Portraits
    13. Clubs/Orgs
    14. Closing
    15. Closing
  • 2022 OroCactus Canyon Junior High SchoolApache Junction, Arizona

    Theme: "Find Your Groove"
    Adviser: Jason Davis
    Editor: Ragan Stoltz
    Walsworth representative: Shannon Williams

    In their own words:

    "You were expecting a return to normal but when school started in July, you were faced with a new block schedule and you had to pay attention for 95 minutes.

    "You had a new principal and assistant principal and maybe even a class or two at the high school. You'd expect the seventh graders to get lost a little on campus, but after online learning, a lot of eighth graders didn't know their way around either.
    ---
    "You noticed the teachers were calm and ready to help you come back to class and make your school life normal again. There was a lot of new stuff in this normal, but a lot to life about returning to school. You always knew you would find your groove."

    • 2022 OroCactus Canyon Junior High SchoolApache Junction, Arizona

      Theme: "Find Your Groove"
      Adviser: Jason Davis
      Editor: Ragan Stoltz
      Walsworth representative: Shannon Williams

      In their own words:

      "You were expecting a return to normal but when school started in July, you were faced with a new block schedule and you had to pay attention for 95 minutes.

      "You had a new principal and assistant principal and maybe even a class or two at the high school. You'd expect the seventh graders to get lost a little on campus, but after online learning, a lot of eighth graders didn't know their way around either.
      ---
      "You noticed the teachers were calm and ready to help you come back to class and make your school life normal again. There was a lot of new stuff in this normal, but a lot to life about returning to school. You always knew you would find your groove."

    1. Cover
    2. Title Page
    3. Opening
    4. Divider
    5. Pages 6-7
    6. Pages 18-19
    7. Divider
    8. Pages 58-59
    9. Portraits
    10. Index
    11. Closing
  • 2022 OviedianOviedo High SchoolOviedo, Florida

    Theme: "We Know You Know"
    Adviser: Benjamin Langevin
    Editors: Ainsley Compher, Ella Pishko, Kendall Gallagher, Lauren Claydon
    Walsworth representative: Tracy de la Feuilliez - CJE

    In their own words:

    "We dance on tables to the Jiggalo in the Commons when the Drumline marches in on Spirit Days.

    "You can't breathe while you walk through Building 12 when Petschel's Anatomy class dissects cats.

    "You know we huddle around the Clock Tower between second and third period to catch a break with our friends.

    "You drive past the Lion statue every day while you fight for your life right after the 2:20 bell.

    "We know you know Oviedo."

    • 2022 OviedianOviedo High SchoolOviedo, Florida

      Theme: "We Know You Know"
      Adviser: Benjamin Langevin
      Editors: Ainsley Compher, Ella Pishko, Kendall Gallagher, Lauren Claydon
      Walsworth representative: Tracy de la Feuilliez - CJE

      In their own words:

      "We dance on tables to the Jiggalo in the Commons when the Drumline marches in on Spirit Days.

      "You can't breathe while you walk through Building 12 when Petschel's Anatomy class dissects cats.

      "You know we huddle around the Clock Tower between second and third period to catch a break with our friends.

      "You drive past the Lion statue every day while you fight for your life right after the 2:20 bell.

      "We know you know Oviedo."

    1. Cover
    2. Front Endsheet
    3. Title Page
    4. Opening
    5. Opening
    6. Opening
    7. Opening
    8. Pages 32-33
    9. Pages 46-47
    10. Pages 108-109
    11. Ads
    12. Clubs/Orgs
    13. Closing
    14. Closing
  • 2022 HorizonBlue Valley Northwest High SchoolOverland Park, Kansas

    Theme: "How 'Bout Now"
    Advisers: Jim McCrossen, Kim White
    Editors: Maggie Bunch, Liv Mahlios
    Walsworth representative: John Kelley

    In their own words:

    "We are finally back.

    "We walked over the numbers '2022' painted in purple and black on the sidewalk as we entered through the front doors on Aug. 18 not knowing what to expect.

    "Long gone are the days of hybrid and A or B days. No longer divided, we are now truly #ONENW.

    "It was a year of firsts... or at least the first in two years.
    ---
    "This year we really saw each other without the masks. We saw the other half. The other half of people's faces. The other half of our class. The other half of Northwest.

    "Now, that was a breath of fresh air.

    "We had more than a year of normalcy taken from us. When can we reclaim our high school experience? How 'bout now"

    • 2022 HorizonBlue Valley Northwest High SchoolOverland Park, Kansas

      Theme: "How 'Bout Now"
      Advisers: Jim McCrossen, Kim White
      Editors: Maggie Bunch, Liv Mahlios
      Walsworth representative: John Kelley

      In their own words:

      "We are finally back.

      "We walked over the numbers '2022' painted in purple and black on the sidewalk as we entered through the front doors on Aug. 18 not knowing what to expect.

      "Long gone are the days of hybrid and A or B days. No longer divided, we are now truly #ONENW.

      "It was a year of firsts... or at least the first in two years.
      ---
      "This year we really saw each other without the masks. We saw the other half. The other half of people's faces. The other half of our class. The other half of Northwest.

      "Now, that was a breath of fresh air.

      "We had more than a year of normalcy taken from us. When can we reclaim our high school experience? How 'bout now"

    1. Cover
    2. Front Endsheet
    3. Title Page
    4. Opening
    5. Opening
    6. Opening
    7. Pages 30-31
    8. Divider
    9. Divider
    10. Pages 122-123
    11. Pages 132-133
    12. Clubs/Orgs
    13. Ads
    14. Closing
    15. Closing
    16. Closing
  • 2022 HauberkShawnee Mission East High SchoolPrairie Village, Kansas

    Theme: "Can You Feel It"
    Adviser: Dow Tate
    Editors: Alexandra Manning, Bridget Epstein, Hannah Taylor
    Walsworth representative: John Kelley

    In their own words:

    "Can you hear it

    "Under the September heat, people dressed as giraffes, zebras and flamingos surrounded you from every direction. You heard the mayor declare your town as Lancer Village. The deafening cheers from the student body. It all confirmed our status as Lancer Zoo. The best day of the year had finally returned - Lancer Day.
    ---
    "Can you feel it

    "Linked arms of assistant principals and teacher chaperones collectively held the student body back for the last two seconds. But when the buzzer sounded, it wasn't enough to stop us from storming the basketball court after our win against Rockhurst. Like a stampede, we trampled each other to get to the center of the gym. The atmosphere was nothing like you had ever experienced. You couldn't hear anything but the screams of victory, or see anything else but the students celebrating the biggest game of the year.

    "This is East."

    • 2022 HauberkShawnee Mission East High SchoolPrairie Village, Kansas

      Theme: "Can You Feel It"
      Adviser: Dow Tate
      Editors: Alexandra Manning, Bridget Epstein, Hannah Taylor
      Walsworth representative: John Kelley

      In their own words:

      "Can you hear it

      "Under the September heat, people dressed as giraffes, zebras and flamingos surrounded you from every direction. You heard the mayor declare your town as Lancer Village. The deafening cheers from the student body. It all confirmed our status as Lancer Zoo. The best day of the year had finally returned - Lancer Day.
      ---
      "Can you feel it

      "Linked arms of assistant principals and teacher chaperones collectively held the student body back for the last two seconds. But when the buzzer sounded, it wasn't enough to stop us from storming the basketball court after our win against Rockhurst. Like a stampede, we trampled each other to get to the center of the gym. The atmosphere was nothing like you had ever experienced. You couldn't hear anything but the screams of victory, or see anything else but the students celebrating the biggest game of the year.

      "This is East."

    1. Cover
    2. Opening
    3. Opening
    4. Divider
    5. Pages 10-11
    6. Divider
    7. Pages 46-47
    8. Pages 84-85
    9. Divider
    10. Portraits
    11. Clubs
    12. Closing
    13. Closing
  • 2022 MarqueeDreyfoos School of the ArtsWest Palm Beach, Florida

    Theme: "So Many Questions Still Finding Our Answers"
    Adviser: Carly Gates
    Editors: Kamryn Bailey, Emma Kutcher
    Walsworth representative: Veronika Levine - CJE

    In their own words:

    "'Will things get back to normal'

    "Theatre freshman Kirra Bevilaqua auditioned in her eighth grade year through a virtual stage on her computer screen.

    "'Will I fit in?'

    "Her worries faded after finding a new family during the struggles of heat and rope burn in a game of tug-of-war at the annual ITS picnic.
    ---
    "'How can I dance with just my eyes?'

    "Dance senior Tori Gilbert ecarte derrieres under the stage lights in Meyer Hall for what feels like the hundreth time. Even though she may hesitate on the next step, she'll still decide to take it.

    "She will still search for answers in a year full of uncertainty, and adapt to what she learns in the process."

    • 2022 MarqueeDreyfoos School of the ArtsWest Palm Beach, Florida

      Theme: "So Many Questions Still Finding Our Answers"
      Adviser: Carly Gates
      Editors: Kamryn Bailey, Emma Kutcher
      Walsworth representative: Veronika Levine - CJE

      In their own words:

      "'Will things get back to normal'

      "Theatre freshman Kirra Bevilaqua auditioned in her eighth grade year through a virtual stage on her computer screen.

      "'Will I fit in?'

      "Her worries faded after finding a new family during the struggles of heat and rope burn in a game of tug-of-war at the annual ITS picnic.
      ---
      "'How can I dance with just my eyes?'

      "Dance senior Tori Gilbert ecarte derrieres under the stage lights in Meyer Hall for what feels like the hundreth time. Even though she may hesitate on the next step, she'll still decide to take it.

      "She will still search for answers in a year full of uncertainty, and adapt to what she learns in the process."

    1. Cover
    2. Title Page
    3. Opening
    4. Opening
    5. Opening
    6. Opening
    7. Pages 16-17
    8. Divider
    9. Pages 60-61
    10. Pages 76-77
    11. Pages 112-113
    12. Closing
    13. Closing
    14. Closing
  • 2022 LairDrake Middle SchoolArvada, Colorado

    Theme: "This is Happening"
    Adviser: Laurel Wicke
    Editor: Caitlyn Nguyen
    Walsworth representative: Andrew Ross

    In their own words:

    "This is our now. It's our moment to shine; our second chance; our big comeback.

    "After all, we've been waiting.

    "Maybe we'll get it right, because this is happening."

    • 2022 LairDrake Middle SchoolArvada, Colorado

      Theme: "This is Happening"
      Adviser: Laurel Wicke
      Editor: Caitlyn Nguyen
      Walsworth representative: Andrew Ross

      In their own words:

      "This is our now. It's our moment to shine; our second chance; our big comeback.

      "After all, we've been waiting.

      "Maybe we'll get it right, because this is happening."

    1. Cover
    2. Front Endsheet
    3. Title Page
    4. Opening
    5. Opening
    6. Divider
    7. Pages 24-25
    8. Divider
    9. Pages 50-51
    10. Portraits
    11. Closing
    12. Closing
  • 2022 The StampedeJ.W. Mitchell High SchoolTrinity, Florida

    Theme: "Lost/Found"
    Adviser: Susan McNulty
    Editors: Cate Miller, Kole Kemple
    Walsworth representative: Sabrina Schmitz - CJE

    In their own words:

    "After spending the last two school years jumping through hoops just to find a small sense of normalcy, what once was normal, is now foreign

    "As old traditions begin to mix back in with new ones, we can't help but feel lost

    "Procedures may have changed but the one thing we never lost is our Mustang spirit

    "As guidelines are lifted, and we update our routines, our school's new identity is finally found."

    • 2022 The StampedeJ.W. Mitchell High SchoolTrinity, Florida

      Theme: "Lost/Found"
      Adviser: Susan McNulty
      Editors: Cate Miller, Kole Kemple
      Walsworth representative: Sabrina Schmitz - CJE

      In their own words:

      "After spending the last two school years jumping through hoops just to find a small sense of normalcy, what once was normal, is now foreign

      "As old traditions begin to mix back in with new ones, we can't help but feel lost

      "Procedures may have changed but the one thing we never lost is our Mustang spirit

      "As guidelines are lifted, and we update our routines, our school's new identity is finally found."

    1. Cover
    2. Title Page
    3. Opening
    4. Opening
    5. Divider
    6. Pages 24-25
    7. Pages 40-41
    8. Divider
    9. Pages 98-99
    10. Portraits
    11. Index
    12. Closing
  • 2022 BrickhouseShawnee Mission North High SchoolOverland Park, Kansas

    Theme: "So Much Has Changed"
    Adviser: Becky Tate - CJE
    Editor: Carlos Mata
    Walsworth representative: John Kelley

    In their own words:

    "Through your four years at Shawnee Mission North, from the time you walked through the crowd of students during Freshman First Day, to the moment you heard your name on the graduation stage, you were changing, even if you didn't realize it.

    "You went from asking for rides to the Homecoming Football game to searching for a spot in the West parking lot to avoid the new weight room construction blocking the Fieldhouse parking lot.
    ---
    "Shawnee Mission Rural, Shawnee Mission and Shawnee Mission North High School. Each one of these names stood for something different, a unique stage in Shawnee Mission North's evolution.

    "Through it all, it had seen five major expansions, 18 building principals, two mascots, a civil rights movement, a world war, four military conflicts, a pandemic and nearly 150,000 students calling the Brickhouse their home. It's easy to see so much has changed. But has it?"

    • 2022 BrickhouseShawnee Mission North High SchoolOverland Park, Kansas

      Theme: "So Much Has Changed"
      Adviser: Becky Tate - CJE
      Editor: Carlos Mata
      Walsworth representative: John Kelley

      In their own words:

      "Through your four years at Shawnee Mission North, from the time you walked through the crowd of students during Freshman First Day, to the moment you heard your name on the graduation stage, you were changing, even if you didn't realize it.

      "You went from asking for rides to the Homecoming Football game to searching for a spot in the West parking lot to avoid the new weight room construction blocking the Fieldhouse parking lot.
      ---
      "Shawnee Mission Rural, Shawnee Mission and Shawnee Mission North High School. Each one of these names stood for something different, a unique stage in Shawnee Mission North's evolution.

      "Through it all, it had seen five major expansions, 18 building principals, two mascots, a civil rights movement, a world war, four military conflicts, a pandemic and nearly 150,000 students calling the Brickhouse their home. It's easy to see so much has changed. But has it?"

    1. Cover
    2. Front Endsheet
    3. Title Page
    4. Opening
    5. Opening
    6. Pages 20-21
    7. Pages 76-77
    8. Pages 100-101
    9. Divider
    10. Divider
    11. Closing
    12. Closing
    13. Closing
    14. Closing
  • 2022 Boone LegendWilliam R. Boone High SchoolOrlando, Florida

    Theme: "We Hadn't Thought About It Like That"
    Adviser: Bridgette Norris
    Editors: Brooke Evans, Angelina Galletti
    Walsworth representative: Tracy de la Feuilliez - CJE

    In their own words:

    "Over the summer, we didn't think about the crowded hallways or how long it took to get to the 1000 building for first period.

    "We totally forgot about the line at Starbucks in the morning and how early we had to wake up or the Math Club.
    ---
    "We didn't get a senior snake every Friday, but when we finally did, we rallied even louder for our cheerleaders and drumline.

    "We had a tough time learning the structure of compounds in chemistry, but we got Crumbl after school to cheer us up. See, sometimes we just have to look at the bigger picture."

    • 2022 Boone LegendWilliam R. Boone High SchoolOrlando, Florida

      Theme: "We Hadn't Thought About It Like That"
      Adviser: Bridgette Norris
      Editors: Brooke Evans, Angelina Galletti
      Walsworth representative: Tracy de la Feuilliez - CJE

      In their own words:

      "Over the summer, we didn't think about the crowded hallways or how long it took to get to the 1000 building for first period.

      "We totally forgot about the line at Starbucks in the morning and how early we had to wake up or the Math Club.
      ---
      "We didn't get a senior snake every Friday, but when we finally did, we rallied even louder for our cheerleaders and drumline.

      "We had a tough time learning the structure of compounds in chemistry, but we got Crumbl after school to cheer us up. See, sometimes we just have to look at the bigger picture."

    1. Cover
    2. Front Endsheet
    3. Title Page
    4. Opening
    5. Opening
    6. Divider
    7. Pages 62-63
    8. Pages 76-77
    9. Divider
    10. Portraits
    11. Closing
  • 2022 AyrieLiberty North High SchoolLiberty, Missouri

    Theme: "Right Now, Right Here."
    Adviser: Ronna Sparks-Woodward - MJE
    Editors: Audrey Culver, Kate Grundy
    Walsworth representative: John Kelley

    In their own words:

    "It's the little things that we seem to miss in the midst of it all. The conversations that happen when all of the girls are getting their hair braided that'll never leave the locker room. The text messages quietly sent across the classroom after that stressful chem test. It's okay, stoichiometry isn't everyone's jam.

    "It's the little grudge we hold against the person that cuts us off trying to get out of the parking lots, but that soon we forget about because we put Donda on shuffle.
    ---
    "Those runs to Target because even though we lived in a big town, our indecisiveness left us with only the usual options.

    "This is what it's all about, it's right in front of us. Don't you see?"

    • 2022 AyrieLiberty North High SchoolLiberty, Missouri

      Theme: "Right Now, Right Here."
      Adviser: Ronna Sparks-Woodward - MJE
      Editors: Audrey Culver, Kate Grundy
      Walsworth representative: John Kelley

      In their own words:

      "It's the little things that we seem to miss in the midst of it all. The conversations that happen when all of the girls are getting their hair braided that'll never leave the locker room. The text messages quietly sent across the classroom after that stressful chem test. It's okay, stoichiometry isn't everyone's jam.

      "It's the little grudge we hold against the person that cuts us off trying to get out of the parking lots, but that soon we forget about because we put Donda on shuffle.
      ---
      "Those runs to Target because even though we lived in a big town, our indecisiveness left us with only the usual options.

      "This is what it's all about, it's right in front of us. Don't you see?"

    1. Cover
    2. Front Endsheet
    3. Title Page
    4. Opening
    5. Opening
    6. Pages 34-35
    7. Divider
    8. Pages 72-73
    9. Divider
    10. Pages 144-145
    11. Closing
    12. Closing
  • 2022 ApolloColonial Forge High SchoolStafford, Virginia

    Theme: "A Little Bit Extra"
    Adviser: Tiffany Kopcak - CJE
    Editors: Marissa Hamlett and Brian Guan
    Walsworth representatives: Brian and Shelby Flamm

    In their own words:

    "Extra confusion about the new schedule. Extra hyped about the Green Wall being back. Extra sad when homecoming was canceled.

    "We had the joy of Simeon Omorodion's morning greetings to anyone and everyone, and the comfort of friends and teachers consoling us when the overwhelmingness of it all drove us to tears in the hallway.

    "Together again, we were there for one another through good and bad, helping collect turkeys for the annual Turkey Drive, playing D&D in the library before watching 'She Kills Monsters,' and cheering until our voices vanished as games went into overtime.
    ---
    "We tried out for basketball, knowing our chances were slim. We attended tutoring to boost our GPA for that dream-college admission;

    "We were not afraid to be a little extra"

    • 2022 ApolloColonial Forge High SchoolStafford, Virginia

      Theme: "A Little Bit Extra"
      Adviser: Tiffany Kopcak - CJE
      Editors: Marissa Hamlett and Brian Guan
      Walsworth representatives: Brian and Shelby Flamm

      In their own words:

      "Extra confusion about the new schedule. Extra hyped about the Green Wall being back. Extra sad when homecoming was canceled.

      "We had the joy of Simeon Omorodion's morning greetings to anyone and everyone, and the comfort of friends and teachers consoling us when the overwhelmingness of it all drove us to tears in the hallway.

      "Together again, we were there for one another through good and bad, helping collect turkeys for the annual Turkey Drive, playing D&D in the library before watching 'She Kills Monsters,' and cheering until our voices vanished as games went into overtime.
      ---
      "We tried out for basketball, knowing our chances were slim. We attended tutoring to boost our GPA for that dream-college admission;

      "We were not afraid to be a little extra"

    1. Cover
    2. Front Endsheet
    3. Title Page
    4. Opening
    5. Opening
    6. Opening
    7. Divider
    8. Pages 26-27
    9. Divider
    10. Pages 144-145
    11. Portraits
    12. Closing
    13. Closing
  • 2022 The ArenaLegacy High SchoolMansfield, Texas

    Theme: "Black White Red All Over"
    Advisers: Leland Mallett - CJE, and Rachel Dearinger
    Editors: Davis Eidson, Zeina Halili, Landri Hargrove, Maija Miller
    Walsworth representative: Jill Chittum - MJE

    In their own words:

    "As we walked through the doors Aug. 18, we all hoped to overcome the lingering effects of COVID. We anticipated a 'normal' year. We smiled as we saw friends in the halls. We dusted off our cowbells for the football games. We endured late nights to finish assignments due at 11:59 p.m. on Canvas. We laughed at corny jokes with friends while eating our free lunch. We wore colors of red, white and black, and finally, we were all over - back together, back on the field, back in the halls and ready to do all the things again."

    • 2022 The ArenaLegacy High SchoolMansfield, Texas

      Theme: "Black White Red All Over"
      Advisers: Leland Mallett - CJE, and Rachel Dearinger
      Editors: Davis Eidson, Zeina Halili, Landri Hargrove, Maija Miller
      Walsworth representative: Jill Chittum - MJE

      In their own words:

      "As we walked through the doors Aug. 18, we all hoped to overcome the lingering effects of COVID. We anticipated a 'normal' year. We smiled as we saw friends in the halls. We dusted off our cowbells for the football games. We endured late nights to finish assignments due at 11:59 p.m. on Canvas. We laughed at corny jokes with friends while eating our free lunch. We wore colors of red, white and black, and finally, we were all over - back together, back on the field, back in the halls and ready to do all the things again."

    1. Cover
    2. Title Page
    3. Opening
    4. Opening
    5. Divider
    6. Pages 24-25
    7. Pages 34-35
    8. Divider
    9. Pages 70-71
    10. Divider
  • 2022 LedoianAledo High SchoolAledo, Texas

    Theme: "Listen Up"
    Adviser: Emily Pyeatt Arnold - CJE
    Editors: Ava Bathurst, Faith Emmitte
    Walsworth representative: Jill Chittum - MJE

    In their own words:

    "Hey! You heard the chants that echoed at Friday night football games.

    "'Get loud, or go sit with your mom.' Have you ever listened to a better student section?

    "You heard the shouts from the competitive ping pong matches in the cafeteria. 'I own the table.' So much for a quiet place to study.

    "You heard the blare at the first outdoor homecoming dance. 'Mr. DJ, play Pitbull!'

    "We've been there, done that. Did you catch all that? Good.
    ---
    "Whether you heard it or not, People listen to us.

    "Stay loud. Tune in. We aren't asking. We're telling you. Listen up."

    • 2022 LedoianAledo High SchoolAledo, Texas

      Theme: "Listen Up"
      Adviser: Emily Pyeatt Arnold - CJE
      Editors: Ava Bathurst, Faith Emmitte
      Walsworth representative: Jill Chittum - MJE

      In their own words:

      "Hey! You heard the chants that echoed at Friday night football games.

      "'Get loud, or go sit with your mom.' Have you ever listened to a better student section?

      "You heard the shouts from the competitive ping pong matches in the cafeteria. 'I own the table.' So much for a quiet place to study.

      "You heard the blare at the first outdoor homecoming dance. 'Mr. DJ, play Pitbull!'

      "We've been there, done that. Did you catch all that? Good.
      ---
      "Whether you heard it or not, People listen to us.

      "Stay loud. Tune in. We aren't asking. We're telling you. Listen up."

    1. Cover
    2. Front Endsheet
    3. Title Page
    4. Opening
    5. Opening
    6. Opening
    7. Opening Gatefold
    8. Pages 24-25
    9. Pages 56-57
    10. Pages 120-121
    11. Closing
  • 2022 The Round-UpWoodland Junior High SchoolFayetteville, Arkansas

    Theme: "Here We Go (again)"
    Adviser: Andrew Young - CJE
    Editor: Kate Rogers
    Walsworth representative: Jenny Whightsil - CJE

    In their own words:

    "You put last year behind you and walked in on the first day of school thinking things would be different, but you saw masks, some social distancing, and continued construction. And you probably thought, 'Here we go again.'
    ---
    "After an entire season of mask-wearing in the extreme heat during football games and missing out on volleyball or basketball games unless you were family, you finally got to pack out the student sections with themes and signs. You cheered on the Colts to a Conference Championship in Girls' Basketball and Volleyball, continuing the excellence in athletics... again.
    ---
    "Did you think it would be back to normal? It wasn't. Did you think it would be better than last year? It was.
    ---
    "Did we still dominate games and competitions and thrive in the classroom? Yes. Well, here we go again."

    • 2022 The Round-UpWoodland Junior High SchoolFayetteville, Arkansas

      Theme: "Here We Go (again)"
      Adviser: Andrew Young - CJE
      Editor: Kate Rogers
      Walsworth representative: Jenny Whightsil - CJE

      In their own words:

      "You put last year behind you and walked in on the first day of school thinking things would be different, but you saw masks, some social distancing, and continued construction. And you probably thought, 'Here we go again.'
      ---
      "After an entire season of mask-wearing in the extreme heat during football games and missing out on volleyball or basketball games unless you were family, you finally got to pack out the student sections with themes and signs. You cheered on the Colts to a Conference Championship in Girls' Basketball and Volleyball, continuing the excellence in athletics... again.
      ---
      "Did you think it would be back to normal? It wasn't. Did you think it would be better than last year? It was.
      ---
      "Did we still dominate games and competitions and thrive in the classroom? Yes. Well, here we go again."

    1. Cover
    2. Front Endsheet
    3. Title Page
    4. Opening
    5. Divider
    6. Pages 10-11
    7. Divider
    8. Pages 50-51
    9. Portraits
    10. Closing
  • 2022 FusionHagerty High SchoolOviedo, Florida

    Theme: "Let's Try Again"
    Adviser: Brit Taylor - CJE
    Editors: Sarena Wilkerson, Lorelei Stillwell, Jayden Murray, Alexis Izaguirre
    Walsworth representative: Tracy de la Feuilliez - CJE

    In their own words:

    "So, last year happened. Students and staff scattered across WebEx and eCampus, in constant isolation. Pencils and notebooks were replaced by Google Docs and laptops.

    "Yeah, we may not have been ready for the new teachers or students, but the feeling of being back triumphed over any fear or awkwardness. We all wanted to start over, and we did.

    "But now, we're back to math classes, eating in the cafeteria shoulder to shoulder, and yet, nothing was quite the same as before.
    ---
    "But it wasn't easy. Even getting dressed for school was harder than it should have been, but we did it. Packing our backpacks became a chore. Our attention spans for World History lessons and Algebra II homework needed a tune-up, but it got easier.

    "No matter how hard it was, we were not going to miss another year. No matter what, it was going to be better. And when we tried again, it was."

    • 2022 FusionHagerty High SchoolOviedo, Florida

      Theme: "Let's Try Again"
      Adviser: Brit Taylor - CJE
      Editors: Sarena Wilkerson, Lorelei Stillwell, Jayden Murray, Alexis Izaguirre
      Walsworth representative: Tracy de la Feuilliez - CJE

      In their own words:

      "So, last year happened. Students and staff scattered across WebEx and eCampus, in constant isolation. Pencils and notebooks were replaced by Google Docs and laptops.

      "Yeah, we may not have been ready for the new teachers or students, but the feeling of being back triumphed over any fear or awkwardness. We all wanted to start over, and we did.

      "But now, we're back to math classes, eating in the cafeteria shoulder to shoulder, and yet, nothing was quite the same as before.
      ---
      "But it wasn't easy. Even getting dressed for school was harder than it should have been, but we did it. Packing our backpacks became a chore. Our attention spans for World History lessons and Algebra II homework needed a tune-up, but it got easier.

      "No matter how hard it was, we were not going to miss another year. No matter what, it was going to be better. And when we tried again, it was."

    1. Cover
    2. Front Endsheet
    3. Title Page
    4. Opening
    5. Opening
    6. Divider
    7. Pages 100-101
    8. Divider
    9. Pages 116-117
    10. Portraits
    11. Closing
  • 2022 PantherH.B. Plant High SchoolTampa, Florida

    Theme: "Lemme Tell You."
    Adviser: Christina Porcelli
    Editors: Eleanor Kim, Addison Gear, Addison Kriz, Maddie Miller, Lauren Clark, Kate Frier, Libby Gough
    Walsworth representative: Sabrina Schmitz - CJE

    In their own words:

    "Lemme tell you about this year.

    "Things are finally gettin' back to normal post-COVID.

    "We are back to doing what we know and what we are best at. Are you ready to hear this?

    "We did not let the location change of our first home football game of the year stop us. When Chamberlain High School had to cancel due to COVID reasons, our players did not deter. They showed up and showed out, ready to play their new opponents, TBT.

    "The rush was still brought in the student section, and it set a precedent for all Friday nights to follow."
    ---
    "Even though our Homecoming was pushed back this year, E-Board members, with the help of Teresa Cozzi (Math), still planned out all the details. The Winter Wonderland-themed Homecoming was a success. Who would've thought the make-shift parking lot venue would be the perfect dance floor?

    "So much has happened this year, so lemme tell you about it."

    • 2022 PantherH.B. Plant High SchoolTampa, Florida

      Theme: "Lemme Tell You."
      Adviser: Christina Porcelli
      Editors: Eleanor Kim, Addison Gear, Addison Kriz, Maddie Miller, Lauren Clark, Kate Frier, Libby Gough
      Walsworth representative: Sabrina Schmitz - CJE

      In their own words:

      "Lemme tell you about this year.

      "Things are finally gettin' back to normal post-COVID.

      "We are back to doing what we know and what we are best at. Are you ready to hear this?

      "We did not let the location change of our first home football game of the year stop us. When Chamberlain High School had to cancel due to COVID reasons, our players did not deter. They showed up and showed out, ready to play their new opponents, TBT.

      "The rush was still brought in the student section, and it set a precedent for all Friday nights to follow."
      ---
      "Even though our Homecoming was pushed back this year, E-Board members, with the help of Teresa Cozzi (Math), still planned out all the details. The Winter Wonderland-themed Homecoming was a success. Who would've thought the make-shift parking lot venue would be the perfect dance floor?

      "So much has happened this year, so lemme tell you about it."

    1. Cover
    2. Front Endsheet
    3. Title Page
    4. Opening
    5. Opening
    6. Pages 62-63
    7. Pages 96-97
    8. Divider
    9. Pages 148-149
    10. Pages 202-203
    11. Closing
    12. Closing