The 2017 President's Collection

These 2017 Walsworth yearbooks were honored with CSPA Crown and NSPA Pacemaker awards and were inducted into the President's Collection. We like to show them off.

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  • 2017 The ViewTimberview Middle SchoolFort Worth, Texas

    Theme: "Look Again"
    Adviser: Jennifer Bass
    Editors: Kira Satterwhite, Emerson Senne
    Walsworth representative: Lisa Lea Llewellyn - CJE
    Awards: NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

    On the surface, Timberview Middle School probably looked like any other middle school but the yearbook staff asked readers to “look past the basics” and see everything that was unique and powerful about the school in 2017. Headline treatments, starting with the theme phrase “Look Again” on the cover, are simple and consistent throughout the book using the font GoodName. Each division page appears on a gray background, also matching the cover, and uses a fun collage of photos. The upbeat coverage stays focused on memorable events and trends.

    • 2017 The ViewTimberview Middle SchoolFort Worth, Texas

      Theme: "Look Again"
      Adviser: Jennifer Bass
      Editors: Kira Satterwhite, Emerson Senne
      Walsworth representative: Lisa Lea Llewellyn - CJE
      Awards: NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

      On the surface, Timberview Middle School probably looked like any other middle school but the yearbook staff asked readers to “look past the basics” and see everything that was unique and powerful about the school in 2017. Headline treatments, starting with the theme phrase “Look Again” on the cover, are simple and consistent throughout the book using the font GoodName. Each division page appears on a gray background, also matching the cover, and uses a fun collage of photos. The upbeat coverage stays focused on memorable events and trends.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 12-13
    3. Pages 24-25
    4. Pages 72-73
  • 2017 BuffaloHaltom High SchoolHaltom City, Texas

    Theme: "H"
    Adviser: Emily Pyeatt Arnold - CJE
    Editors: Danielle Robinson, D’Lena Salinaz
    Walsworth representative: Lisa Lea Llewellyn - CJE
    Awards: NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

    For the 2017 edition of the Buffalo, Haltom editors were inspired by author Pat Conroy’s famous quote about yearbooks, “Yearbook is a love letter a school writes to itself.” Using the concept theme “H” and a split design that basically cut the book in half (first and second semester), the staff created a book that showed the multiple sides of their school community. School colors (black and orange) and a split “H” logo are used effectively on the theme spreads.

    • 2017 BuffaloHaltom High SchoolHaltom City, Texas

      Theme: "H"
      Adviser: Emily Pyeatt Arnold - CJE
      Editors: Danielle Robinson, D’Lena Salinaz
      Walsworth representative: Lisa Lea Llewellyn - CJE
      Awards: NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

      For the 2017 edition of the Buffalo, Haltom editors were inspired by author Pat Conroy’s famous quote about yearbooks, “Yearbook is a love letter a school writes to itself.” Using the concept theme “H” and a split design that basically cut the book in half (first and second semester), the staff created a book that showed the multiple sides of their school community. School colors (black and orange) and a split “H” logo are used effectively on the theme spreads.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 20-21
    3. Pages 50-51
    4. Pages 96-97
  • 2017 Boone LegendBoone High SchoolOrlando, Florida

    Theme: "All Over the Place"
    Adviser: Renee Burke - MJE
    Editors: Emma McClane, Lara Dusing
    Walsworth representatives: Missy Green, Adam Livesay - CJE, Tracy de la Feuilliez
    Awards: CSPA Silver Crown

    With the 2017 edition of Legend, the Boone editors wanted to give readers a taste of how crazy and hectic life can be for their students. They chose the theme “All Over the Place” to represent the constant chaos in their hallways and the “craziness that came with being a Brave.” A few key design touches help convey the feeling, particularly use of the grungy headline Edo that gave the appearance of brush strokes on headlines.

    • 2017 Boone LegendBoone High SchoolOrlando, Florida

      Theme: "All Over the Place"
      Adviser: Renee Burke - MJE
      Editors: Emma McClane, Lara Dusing
      Walsworth representatives: Missy Green, Adam Livesay - CJE, Tracy de la Feuilliez
      Awards: CSPA Silver Crown

      With the 2017 edition of Legend, the Boone editors wanted to give readers a taste of how crazy and hectic life can be for their students. They chose the theme “All Over the Place” to represent the constant chaos in their hallways and the “craziness that came with being a Brave.” A few key design touches help convey the feeling, particularly use of the grungy headline Edo that gave the appearance of brush strokes on headlines.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 52-53
    3. Pages 66-67
    4. Pages 108-109
  • 2017 FusionHagerty High SchoolOviedo, Florida

    Theme: "Make it Real"
    Adviser: Brit Taylor - CJE
    Editor: Caitlyn Patel
    Walsworth representatives: Missy Green, Adam Livesay - CJE, Tracy de la Feuilliez
    Awards: CSPA Silver Crown

    The Hagerty staff expertly documented the events of the school year in the 2017 Fusion with a yearbook that does everything well. The design is clean, simple and pleasing to the eye; there are several show-stopping photos that make the reader pause and take notice; and the chronological coverage does a wonderful job of taking the story of the year month by month to hit all the highlights.

    • 2017 FusionHagerty High SchoolOviedo, Florida

      Theme: "Make it Real"
      Adviser: Brit Taylor - CJE
      Editor: Caitlyn Patel
      Walsworth representatives: Missy Green, Adam Livesay - CJE, Tracy de la Feuilliez
      Awards: CSPA Silver Crown

      The Hagerty staff expertly documented the events of the school year in the 2017 Fusion with a yearbook that does everything well. The design is clean, simple and pleasing to the eye; there are several show-stopping photos that make the reader pause and take notice; and the chronological coverage does a wonderful job of taking the story of the year month by month to hit all the highlights.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 34-35
    3. Pages 56-57
    4. Pages 136-137
  • 2017 HoofbeatsBurges High SchoolEl Paso, Texas

    Theme: “So it’s like this”
    Adviser: Patricia Monroe
    Editor: Jasmine Tabler
    Walsworth representative: Lori Garcia
    Awards: CSPA Silver Crown, NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

    Everything about the 2017 Hoofbeats stands out, from the bold red cover and direct, snappy theme copy on the opening pages to the large, blown out photos on most spreads and frequent use of vibrant colors everywhere. The Burges editors explained in their colophon that they very much wanted to step out of their “comfort zones” with the creation of the book, and their creativity shows.

    • 2017 HoofbeatsBurges High SchoolEl Paso, Texas

      Theme: “So it’s like this”
      Adviser: Patricia Monroe
      Editor: Jasmine Tabler
      Walsworth representative: Lori Garcia
      Awards: CSPA Silver Crown, NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

      Everything about the 2017 Hoofbeats stands out, from the bold red cover and direct, snappy theme copy on the opening pages to the large, blown out photos on most spreads and frequent use of vibrant colors everywhere. The Burges editors explained in their colophon that they very much wanted to step out of their “comfort zones” with the creation of the book, and their creativity shows.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 8-9
    3. Pages 48-49
    4. Pages 126-127
  • 2017 El Dorado LegendEl Dorado High SchoolEl Paso, Texas

    Theme: “Altered”
    Adviser: Vanessa Martinez
    Editor: Danielle Miller
    Walsworth representative: Lori Garcia
    Awards: CSPA Silver Crown

    The El Dorado editors chose the theme “Altered” for the 2017 Legend because the 2017 school year was one of those years where things at their school were just… different. Some new school policies made students adjust. The yearbook staff chose to reveal the book’s cover early for the first time in several years. The book’s coverage is filled with new discoveries about El Dorado students – capturing the personality beneath the surface. The staff chose a cluster of geometric shapes as the repeating design element that represents the “Altered” state El Dorado was in for much of the year.

    • 2017 El Dorado LegendEl Dorado High SchoolEl Paso, Texas

      Theme: “Altered”
      Adviser: Vanessa Martinez
      Editor: Danielle Miller
      Walsworth representative: Lori Garcia
      Awards: CSPA Silver Crown

      The El Dorado editors chose the theme “Altered” for the 2017 Legend because the 2017 school year was one of those years where things at their school were just… different. Some new school policies made students adjust. The yearbook staff chose to reveal the book’s cover early for the first time in several years. The book’s coverage is filled with new discoveries about El Dorado students – capturing the personality beneath the surface. The staff chose a cluster of geometric shapes as the repeating design element that represents the “Altered” state El Dorado was in for much of the year.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 40-41
    3. Pages 50-51
    4. Pages 142-143
  • 2017 OdysseyUniversity High SchoolOrange City, Florida

    Theme: "So Close"
    Adviser: Courtney Kohler-Hanks
    Editor: Camille McNairy
    Walsworth representatives: Missy Green, Adam Livesay - CJE, Tracy de la Feuilliez
    Awards: CSPA Silver Crown

    The editors of the 2017 Odyssey from University High wanted their yearbook to be “bold and energetic, complimenting the personalities of our students.” That’s why they designed a book with images and text bursting off the edge of the pages, and they used big, bold headlines with lots of color everywhere. The book’s theme phrase, “So Close” came from a saying often used by students and also reflected the togetherness of the school’s community.

    • 2017 OdysseyUniversity High SchoolOrange City, Florida

      Theme: "So Close"
      Adviser: Courtney Kohler-Hanks
      Editor: Camille McNairy
      Walsworth representatives: Missy Green, Adam Livesay - CJE, Tracy de la Feuilliez
      Awards: CSPA Silver Crown

      The editors of the 2017 Odyssey from University High wanted their yearbook to be “bold and energetic, complimenting the personalities of our students.” That’s why they designed a book with images and text bursting off the edge of the pages, and they used big, bold headlines with lots of color everywhere. The book’s theme phrase, “So Close” came from a saying often used by students and also reflected the togetherness of the school’s community.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 10-11
    3. Pages 36-37
    4. Pages 46-47
  • 2017 AzimuthThe Benjamin Middle SchoolNorth Palm Beach, Florida

    Theme: "In a Flash"
    Adviser: Nick Crisafi
    Editor: Skyler Zur
    Walsworth representatives: Veronika Levine - CJE, Tamara Moore
    Awards: CSPA Silver Crown

    A single school year comes and goes very quickly. The memories happen fast. As the opening pages of the 2017 Azimuth said, “life races by in a flash.” The Azimuth staff used that idea of a year at The Benjamin Middle School happening “In a Flash” as their theme and created a fun book for their readers. The “flash” is symbolized on the cover and endsheets with a lightning bolt, and the three triangles repeated together on theme pages and in the folio represent how this memorable year moved quickly.

    • 2017 AzimuthThe Benjamin Middle SchoolNorth Palm Beach, Florida

      Theme: "In a Flash"
      Adviser: Nick Crisafi
      Editor: Skyler Zur
      Walsworth representatives: Veronika Levine - CJE, Tamara Moore
      Awards: CSPA Silver Crown

      A single school year comes and goes very quickly. The memories happen fast. As the opening pages of the 2017 Azimuth said, “life races by in a flash.” The Azimuth staff used that idea of a year at The Benjamin Middle School happening “In a Flash” as their theme and created a fun book for their readers. The “flash” is symbolized on the cover and endsheets with a lightning bolt, and the three triangles repeated together on theme pages and in the folio represent how this memorable year moved quickly.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 8-9
    3. Pages 48-49
    4. Pages 72-73
  • 2017 PredatorWest Potomac High SchoolAlexandria, Virginia

    Theme: "It Just Is..."
    Adviser: Whitney Huntington - CJE
    Editors: Constance French, Amy Zelaya
    Walsworth representative: Barb Heider
    Awards: CSPA Silver Crown

    In their 2017 edition of the Predator, the West Potomac staff set out to show off the diversity of their school using the theme “It Just Is…” Circles are a repeating design element, both in the ellipses at the end of the theme phrase, and in the cluster of transparent circles on the cover, folio and spreads. The Predator’s chronological coverage is outstanding and ambitious. Dozens of individual students with unique stories were profiled on spreads called “people features” and in each seasonal section, there are “packets” devoted to signature events of the year, such as homecoming.

    • 2017 PredatorWest Potomac High SchoolAlexandria, Virginia

      Theme: "It Just Is..."
      Adviser: Whitney Huntington - CJE
      Editors: Constance French, Amy Zelaya
      Walsworth representative: Barb Heider
      Awards: CSPA Silver Crown

      In their 2017 edition of the Predator, the West Potomac staff set out to show off the diversity of their school using the theme “It Just Is…” Circles are a repeating design element, both in the ellipses at the end of the theme phrase, and in the cluster of transparent circles on the cover, folio and spreads. The Predator’s chronological coverage is outstanding and ambitious. Dozens of individual students with unique stories were profiled on spreads called “people features” and in each seasonal section, there are “packets” devoted to signature events of the year, such as homecoming.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 50-51
    3. Pages 56-57
    4. Pages 70-71
  • 2017 ApolloColonial Forge High SchoolStafford, Virginia

    Theme: "Just Take the Risk"
    Adviser: Tiffany Kopcak
    Editors: Katherine Rodriguez, Madison Douglas, Samantha Irish, Travis Rocha
    Walsworth representative: Brian Flamm
    Awards: CSPA Silver Crown

    In their colophon, the Colonial Forge editors said the idea behind the 2017 Apollo came while brainstorming at a Barnes and Noble during summer yearbook camp. They saw the headline “Necessary Risks” on a book, and the concept of risk being a choice for Colonial Forge students took hold. The staff took their own risks, creating three cover variations – navy blue, forest green and silver. The Sunfast font was used for headlines and played into the idea of risk by giving the design an edgy feel. Several examples from the coverage highlighted students expressing their individuality, such as a spread on adrenaline junkies or the unique items carried in backpacks.

    • 2017 ApolloColonial Forge High SchoolStafford, Virginia

      Theme: "Just Take the Risk"
      Adviser: Tiffany Kopcak
      Editors: Katherine Rodriguez, Madison Douglas, Samantha Irish, Travis Rocha
      Walsworth representative: Brian Flamm
      Awards: CSPA Silver Crown

      In their colophon, the Colonial Forge editors said the idea behind the 2017 Apollo came while brainstorming at a Barnes and Noble during summer yearbook camp. They saw the headline “Necessary Risks” on a book, and the concept of risk being a choice for Colonial Forge students took hold. The staff took their own risks, creating three cover variations – navy blue, forest green and silver. The Sunfast font was used for headlines and played into the idea of risk by giving the design an edgy feel. Several examples from the coverage highlighted students expressing their individuality, such as a spread on adrenaline junkies or the unique items carried in backpacks.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 6-7
    3. Pages 60-61
    4. Pages 94-95
  • 2017 IndianShawnee Mission North High SchoolOverland Park, Kansas

    Theme: "Thought You Should Know."
    Adviser: Becky Tate - CJE
    Editors: Mariana Orrego, Morgan Cole
    Walsworth representative: John Kelley
    Awards: CSPA Crown Finalist, NSPA Pacemaker

    When there are 1,576 students in your school, it’s hard to get to know them all. But the 2017 Indian yearbook staff “Thought You Should Know” more about them, and made sure by the end of the book that the reader did. Use of school colors throughout reminded students that this is their school. From there, it was all about great photography and reporting to give details about the big and little moments of the year.

    • 2017 IndianShawnee Mission North High SchoolOverland Park, Kansas

      Theme: "Thought You Should Know."
      Adviser: Becky Tate - CJE
      Editors: Mariana Orrego, Morgan Cole
      Walsworth representative: John Kelley
      Awards: CSPA Crown Finalist, NSPA Pacemaker

      When there are 1,576 students in your school, it’s hard to get to know them all. But the 2017 Indian yearbook staff “Thought You Should Know” more about them, and made sure by the end of the book that the reader did. Use of school colors throughout reminded students that this is their school. From there, it was all about great photography and reporting to give details about the big and little moments of the year.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 16-17
    3. Pages 124-125
    4. Pages 196-197
  • 2017 TowerLoyola Marymount UniversityLos Angeles, California

    Theme: "Fragment/Fuse"
    Adviser: Tom Nelson
    Editor: Mali McGuire
    Walsworth representative: Priscilla Hernandez
    Awards: CSPA Gold Crown

    In three sentences, the opening of the 2017 edition of The Tower explained how students as individuals (“fragment”) come together to create community (“fuse”). Gorgeous photography, lots of white space and use of an angled line as a theme element created a simple look for rich content of stories highlighting people and groups. Those common elements enabled the staff to create individual spreads that still look like they belong to this book. 

    • 2017 TowerLoyola Marymount UniversityLos Angeles, California

      Theme: "Fragment/Fuse"
      Adviser: Tom Nelson
      Editor: Mali McGuire
      Walsworth representative: Priscilla Hernandez
      Awards: CSPA Gold Crown

      In three sentences, the opening of the 2017 edition of The Tower explained how students as individuals (“fragment”) come together to create community (“fuse”). Gorgeous photography, lots of white space and use of an angled line as a theme element created a simple look for rich content of stories highlighting people and groups. Those common elements enabled the staff to create individual spreads that still look like they belong to this book. 

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 34-35
    3. Pages 80-81
    4. Pages 96-97
  • 2017 WingsArrowhead Christian AcademyRedlands, California

    Theme: "The Collection"
    Adviser: Crystal Kazmierski
    Editors: Christine Hysell, Michaela Miller, Susan Wang, Bridget Gillespie
    Walsworth representative: Valen Rocha
    Awards: CSPA Gold Crown, NSPA Pacemaker

    Right from the front endsheet, the 2017 Wings staff teased their readers with this basic truth about yearbooks: “Hey there. We know you’re dying to see what’s inside and how many pages you’re on.” That fun opening salvo set the tone for this edition of Wings, which lived up to the standard set by previous Arrowhead staffs with a combination of simple but elegant magazine-style layouts and personal story-driven coverage – a “collection” of memories from the 2016-17 school year that readers will be able to enjoy for years.

    • 2017 WingsArrowhead Christian AcademyRedlands, California

      Theme: "The Collection"
      Adviser: Crystal Kazmierski
      Editors: Christine Hysell, Michaela Miller, Susan Wang, Bridget Gillespie
      Walsworth representative: Valen Rocha
      Awards: CSPA Gold Crown, NSPA Pacemaker

      Right from the front endsheet, the 2017 Wings staff teased their readers with this basic truth about yearbooks: “Hey there. We know you’re dying to see what’s inside and how many pages you’re on.” That fun opening salvo set the tone for this edition of Wings, which lived up to the standard set by previous Arrowhead staffs with a combination of simple but elegant magazine-style layouts and personal story-driven coverage – a “collection” of memories from the 2016-17 school year that readers will be able to enjoy for years.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 30-31
    3. Pages 50-51
    4. Pages 66-67
  • 2017 HauberkShawnee Mission East High SchoolPrairie Village, Kansas

    Theme: "From Now On"
    Adviser: Dow Tate
    Editors: Katie Kuhlman, Emory Foster, Hope Hess
    Walsworth representative: John Kelley
    Awards: CSPA Gold Crown, NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

    The staff of the 2017 Hauberk lived up to its school’s award-winning yearbook tradition by creating a 520-page masterpiece using the theme “From Now On,” a phrase that did the job of addressing past events while also looking to the future. The staff used crystals as a recurring design element, representing every individual within Shawnee Mission East coming together. As with past editions of Hauberk, the elite photography stands out on almost every spread. The book’s coverage is robust, a great mixture of in-depth profiles and spreads brimming with mods filled with fun additional facts.

    • 2017 HauberkShawnee Mission East High SchoolPrairie Village, Kansas

      Theme: "From Now On"
      Adviser: Dow Tate
      Editors: Katie Kuhlman, Emory Foster, Hope Hess
      Walsworth representative: John Kelley
      Awards: CSPA Gold Crown, NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

      The staff of the 2017 Hauberk lived up to its school’s award-winning yearbook tradition by creating a 520-page masterpiece using the theme “From Now On,” a phrase that did the job of addressing past events while also looking to the future. The staff used crystals as a recurring design element, representing every individual within Shawnee Mission East coming together. As with past editions of Hauberk, the elite photography stands out on almost every spread. The book’s coverage is robust, a great mixture of in-depth profiles and spreads brimming with mods filled with fun additional facts.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 26-27
    3. Pages 66-67
    4. Pages 118-119
  • 2017 LairShawnee Mission Northwest High SchoolShawnee, Kansas

    Theme: “It’s All Good”
    Adviser: Susan Massy
    Editor: Tess Holcom
    Walsworth representative: John Kelley
    Awards: CSPA Gold Crown, NSPA Pacemaker

    It’s not easy creating a 400+-page yearbook and making every spread quality, even for a large staff like Shawnee Mission Northwest’s. But the 2017 Lair staff pulled off the trick well, appropriately using the theme “It’s All Good” for their book. The copy on the opening spreads matched the theme by being written in a casual, fun tone, recapping several events from the year. Lair’s coverage encompassed all the annual clubs and sports with unique spins for the current year. Highlights included a feature on pairs of senior-freshman siblings and a short profile of four students outlining their reasons why they didn’t fit traditional high school stereotypes.

    • 2017 LairShawnee Mission Northwest High SchoolShawnee, Kansas

      Theme: “It’s All Good”
      Adviser: Susan Massy
      Editor: Tess Holcom
      Walsworth representative: John Kelley
      Awards: CSPA Gold Crown, NSPA Pacemaker

      It’s not easy creating a 400+-page yearbook and making every spread quality, even for a large staff like Shawnee Mission Northwest’s. But the 2017 Lair staff pulled off the trick well, appropriately using the theme “It’s All Good” for their book. The copy on the opening spreads matched the theme by being written in a casual, fun tone, recapping several events from the year. Lair’s coverage encompassed all the annual clubs and sports with unique spins for the current year. Highlights included a feature on pairs of senior-freshman siblings and a short profile of four students outlining their reasons why they didn’t fit traditional high school stereotypes.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 16-17
    3. Pages 24-25
    4. Pages 84-85
  • 2017 LionMcKinney High SchoolMcKinney, Texas

    Theme: "Out of the Blue"
    Adviser: Alyssa Boehringer
    Editors: Nicole Stuessy, Nicole Oesterreicher, Anne Penprase
    Walsworth representative: Lisa Lea Llewellyn - CJE
    Awards: CSPA Silver Crown, NSPA Pacemaker

    As they wrote in the colophon, the 2017 Lion staff wanted their yearbook to be “unlike any other” to show off what was unique about them and their year. Black and white photography on the cover and numerous theme spreads, along with splashes of 100% cyan blue (a slightly different shade from their school color – navy blue) reinforced the theme. The “Out of the Blue” section in the middle of the book featured unique stories of students and staff who overcame adversity during the year.

    • 2017 LionMcKinney High SchoolMcKinney, Texas

      Theme: "Out of the Blue"
      Adviser: Alyssa Boehringer
      Editors: Nicole Stuessy, Nicole Oesterreicher, Anne Penprase
      Walsworth representative: Lisa Lea Llewellyn - CJE
      Awards: CSPA Silver Crown, NSPA Pacemaker

      As they wrote in the colophon, the 2017 Lion staff wanted their yearbook to be “unlike any other” to show off what was unique about them and their year. Black and white photography on the cover and numerous theme spreads, along with splashes of 100% cyan blue (a slightly different shade from their school color – navy blue) reinforced the theme. The “Out of the Blue” section in the middle of the book featured unique stories of students and staff who overcame adversity during the year.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 36-37
    3. Pages 52-53
    4. Pages 130-131
  • 2017 RaiderGulliver Preparatory SchoolMiami, Florida

    Theme: "We Got This"
    Adviser: Monica Rodriguez - CJE
    Editor: Cecilia Perez
    Walsworth representatives: Veronika Levine - CJE, Tamara Moore
    Awards: CSPA Silver Crown

    Uncertainty surrounding a new block scheduling system at Gulliver Preparatory School disrupted student routines and got the yearbook staff off to a slow start creating the 2017 edition of the Raider. However, the staff began to crack the code during their fall design workshop when they began sifting through photos of fall events and settled on the theme “We Got This.” From there, the staff set about creating their 400-page opus to the year at Gulliver Prep with a sleek magazine look featuring large, bold images.

    • 2017 RaiderGulliver Preparatory SchoolMiami, Florida

      Theme: "We Got This"
      Adviser: Monica Rodriguez - CJE
      Editor: Cecilia Perez
      Walsworth representatives: Veronika Levine - CJE, Tamara Moore
      Awards: CSPA Silver Crown

      Uncertainty surrounding a new block scheduling system at Gulliver Preparatory School disrupted student routines and got the yearbook staff off to a slow start creating the 2017 edition of the Raider. However, the staff began to crack the code during their fall design workshop when they began sifting through photos of fall events and settled on the theme “We Got This.” From there, the staff set about creating their 400-page opus to the year at Gulliver Prep with a sleek magazine look featuring large, bold images.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 16-17
    3. Pages 26-27
    4. Pages 88-89
  • 2017 DecamhianDel Campo High SchoolFair Oaks, California

    Theme: “We Are Even If You Don’t See It”
    Adviser: Jim Jordan
    Editors: Tayleigh Greene, Isabelle Kiteck, Ashley Krause, Megan Saunders
    Walsworth representative: Kelly Parsons
    Awards: CSPA Gold Crown, NSPA Pacemaker

    The 2017 Decamhian staff asked readers to take a closer look beneath the surface at Del Campo students and their community – a story they started with intricate detail in a six-spread theme opening. The nice design touch of slivers of photos appearing inside headlines and around the corner of pages was used effectively and consistently throughout the book. The coverage, which is divided into traditional sections, really stood out when it focused on unique stories to the year, such as the profile of a new principal and the retiring of a cross country coach after 50 years.

    • 2017 DecamhianDel Campo High SchoolFair Oaks, California

      Theme: “We Are Even If You Don’t See It”
      Adviser: Jim Jordan
      Editors: Tayleigh Greene, Isabelle Kiteck, Ashley Krause, Megan Saunders
      Walsworth representative: Kelly Parsons
      Awards: CSPA Gold Crown, NSPA Pacemaker

      The 2017 Decamhian staff asked readers to take a closer look beneath the surface at Del Campo students and their community – a story they started with intricate detail in a six-spread theme opening. The nice design touch of slivers of photos appearing inside headlines and around the corner of pages was used effectively and consistently throughout the book. The coverage, which is divided into traditional sections, really stood out when it focused on unique stories to the year, such as the profile of a new principal and the retiring of a cross country coach after 50 years.

    1. Cover
    2. Pages 20-21
    3. Pages 62-63
    4. Pages 120-121