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AWARDS DAY 2017 Winners

 

H. L. Hall Outstanding Student Journalist Tori Mullins Jefferson County High School  
Bonnie Hufford Outstanding Student Media Adviser Jon Souders Cleveland High School  
Administrator of the Year Randy Rogers Jefferson County High School  
       
Newspaper/Newsmagazine: Best News Story 1st Place Dyersburg High School: AK Hamilton Soccer coach is green carded
Newspaper/Newsmagazine: Best News Story 2nd Place University School of Nashville: Shivam Hingorani Counseling Bill Opposed by USN Counselors
Newspaper/Newsmagazine: Best News Story 3rd Place Sevier Middle School: Blakely Gamble OneKingsport movement plans big changes in the city
       
Newspaper/Newsmagazine: Best Feature Story 1st Place Hardin Valley Academy: Loren Haas Dividing Lines: The Truth Behind DeFacto Segregation
Newspaper/Newsmagazine: Best Feature Story 2nd Place Dyersburg High School: Bay Wilson Palestinian student finds home at DHS
Newspaper/Newsmagazine: Best Feature Story 3rd Place St. George's Independent School: Annie Vento Money on their minds: Cutco promises big bucks for students. Do they deliver?
       
Newspaper/Newsmagazine: Best Sports Story 1st Place Hume-Fogg: Rida Khan The running traditions of cross country
Newspaper/Newsmagazine: Best Sports Story 2nd Place St. George's Independent School: Emma Bennett Colin Kaepernick's lone protest sparks a larger movement
Newspaper/Newsmagazine: Best Sports Story 3rd Place Dyersburg High School: Taylor Welch Student knocks out nationals and prepares for upcoming olympics
       
Newspaper/Newsmagazine: Best Column 1st Place Hardin Valley Academy: Kendall Shanks The Unspoken Problem: ELLs in Knox County
Newspaper/Newsmagazine: Best Column 2nd Place Cookeville HS: Michaila Cornwell With great power comes great responsibility
Newspaper/Newsmagazine: Best Column 3rd Place Beech HS: Robert Kannard Sympathy for Retail Workers
       
Newspaper/Newsmagazine: Best Review 1st Place University School of Nashville: Clif Shayne A Review of "Blonde" by Frank Ocean
Newspaper/Newsmagazine: Best Review 2nd Place Brentwood HS: Grant Perdue Hey Now, You're an All-Star (Breakfast), Get Your Game On
Newspaper/Newsmagazine: Best Review 3rd Place Beech HS: Robert Kannard Nintendo Unveils a New Console
       
Newspaper/Newsmagazine: Best Editorial 1st Place Montgomery Bell Academy: Ben Coulthard On Kaepernick's Protest
Newspaper/Newsmagazine: Best Editorial 2nd Place Dyersburg High School: Staff editorial Exempting exams for college?
Newspaper/Newsmagazine: Best Editorial 3rd Place Hardin Valley Academy: Hawkeye Staff Bomb Threat: When is the Benign Really the Benign?
       
Newspaper/Newsmagazine: Best Headline 1st Place Hardin Valley Academy: Annie Dockery The Secret Life of American Rape Culture
Newspaper/Newsmagazine: Best Headline 2nd Place Dyersburg High School: Tauseef Nadeem FFA: It's not just cows, plows, and sows
Newspaper/Newsmagazine: Best Headline 3rd Place St. George's Independent School: Bart Mueller Behind enemy lines: Away fan's cheers met with jeers
       
Newspaper/Newsmagazine: Best Photograph 1st Place Hardin Valley Academy: Logan Maddox and Kaitlyn Marlowe Helping our Hawks Photo Essay
Newspaper/Newsmagazine: Best Photograph 2nd Place Harpeth Hall School: Emily Jenkins and Halle Petrie Welcome to my house
Newspaper/Newsmagazine: Best Photograph 3rd Place St. George's Independent School: Katelyn Grisham Junior Carolyn Lane
       
Newspaper/Newsmagazine: Best Illustration/Cartoon 1st Place St. George's Independent School: Elle Vaughn Political caricatures of Trump, McMullen, and Clinton
Newspaper/Newsmagazine: Best Illustration/Cartoon 2nd Place Memphis University School: Brooks Eikner and Omkar Hosad Issues that students find humorous
Newspaper/Newsmagazine: Best Illustration/Cartoon 3rd Place Cookeville HS: Tessa Freeman Plymouth Rock/ Thanksgiving pun
       
Newspaper/Newsmagazine: Best Front Page Design 1st Place St. George's Independent School: Carolyn Lane Oct. 31, Issue 2, Election Special
Newspaper/Newsmagazine: Best Front Page Design 2nd Place Hardin Valley Academy: Gabbie Darden Valley Voice Cover Story "The Blurred Lines of Rape Culture"
Newspaper/Newsmagazine: Best Front Page Design 3rd Place St. George's Independent School: Katie Boyle Front Page, Sept. 21, Issue 1
       
Newspaper/Newsmagazine: Best Inside Page Design 1st Place St. George's Independent School: Carolyn Lane Shots Fired, Features, Issue 4
Newspaper/Newsmagazine: Best Inside Page Design 2nd Place St. George's Independent School: Katie Boyle 2-Page Features Spread, May 2016, The Birds and The Bees
Newspaper/Newsmagazine: Best Inside Page Design 3rd Place Hardin Valley Academy: Gabby Swenson Five Musicians to Look Out For in 2017
       
Newspaper/Newsmagazine: Best Advertisement 1st Place Morristown-Hamblen HS West: Alisa Brown and Rebecca Eubanks Morristown Auto
Newspaper/Newsmagazine: Best Advertisement 2nd Place Morristown-Hamblen HS West: Rebecca Eubanks Berkshires Frozen Custard
Newspaper/Newsmagazine: Best Advertisement 3rd Place Cookeville HS: Callie Walls, Ashlynn Guo and Catie Hadlock Charger Staff Twitter
       
Best Overall Newspaper/Newsmagazine 1st Place St. George's Independent School: The Gryphon Gazette  
Best Overall Newspaper/Newsmagazine 2nd Place Harpeth Hall High School: Logos  
Best Overall Newspaper/Newsmagazine 2nd Place Morristown-Hamblen HS West: West Side Story  
Best Overall Newspaper/Newsmagazine 3rd Place Dyersburg High School: Trojan Torch  
       
       
Yearbook: Best Academics Copy 1st Place Christ Presbyterian Academy: Kendall McEvoy Outside the Box
Yearbook: Best Academics Copy 2nd Place Christ Presbyterian Academy: Anna Avinger United Again
Yearbook: Best Academics Copy 3rd Place Father Ryan High School: Margaret Powell The Humans of Father Ryan -- Jack Abrams
       
Yearbook: Best Clubs/Organizations Copy 1st Place Christ Presbyterian Academy: Sam Krodel She has the vision
Yearbook: Best Clubs/Organizations Copy 2nd Place Christ Presbyterian Academy: Carley Redmond Keeping the Beat
Yearbook: Best Clubs/Organizations Copy 3rd Place Christ Presbyterian Academy: Ella McGinty Leaping through cultures
       
Yearbook: Best Sports Copy 1st Place Christ Presbyterian Academy: Parker Mote kings of the jungle
Yearbook: Best Sports Copy 2nd Place Christ Presbyterian Academy: Elizabeth Graham Pistole Making a Splash
  3rd Place Knoxville Catholic HS: Rhetta Botts and Sydney Clancy Make it or break it
       
Yearbook: Best Student Life Copy 1st Place Christ Presbyterian Academy: Ella McGinty College, Oh My!
Yearbook: Best Student Life Copy 2nd Place Christ Presbyterian Academy: Madison Hutts of kings and queens
Yearbook: Best Student Life Copy 3rd Place Ravenwood High School: Emily Moses Music Mayhem
       
Yearbook: Best Academics Design 1st Place Christ Presbyterian Academy: Emily Duke Crafty Calculations
Yearbook: Best Academics Design 2nd Place Hardin Valley Academy: Julia Lavrinovich College Countdown
Yearbook: Best Academics Design 3rd Place Ravenwood High School: Emily Moses Will You Flourish?
       
Yearbook: Best Organizations/Clubs Design 1st Place Christ Presbyterian Academy: Emily Duke Welcome to the Forest
Yearbook: Best Organizations/Clubs Design 2nd Place Hardin Valley Academy: Sascha Richey Musical Theater presents Peter Pan
Yearbook: Best Organizations/Clubs Design 3rd Place Hardin Valley Academy: Rowan Palmer National Art Honor Society and Drama Team
       
Yearbook: Best Sports Design 1st Place Christ Presbyterian Academy: Emily Duke Pushing Forward
Yearbook: Best Sports Design 3rd Place Knoxville Catholic HS-Maya Pavon Swimming and Diving
Yearbook: Best Sports Design 2nd Place Hardin Valley Academy: Morgan Simpson Cheer
       
Yearbook: Best Student Life Design 1st Place Christ Presbyterian Academy: Emily Duke the swing of things
Yearbook: Best Student Life Design 2nd Place Hardin Valley Academy: Julia Lavrinovich A day in the life of a Hawk
Yearbook: Best Student Life Design 3rd Place Hardin Valley Academy: Nicole Maestri Unwritten Rules
       
Yearbook: Best Index Design 1st Place Christ Presbyterian Academy: Emily Duke  
Yearbook: Best Index Design 2nd Place Ravenwood High School: "Eye of the Raptor" Staff  
Yearbook: Best Index Design 3rd Place Montgomery Central HS: Smoke Signals Staff  
       
Yearbook: Best Academics Photograph 1st Place Jefferson Co HS: Jessi Burchfield "Hitting the Mark"
Yearbook: Best Academics Photograph 2nd Place Christ Presbyterian Academy: Grace Roper Girl in class
Yearbook: Best Academics Photograph 3rd Place Ravenwood High School: Jesse Boone Science Class, Heart Dissection
       
Yearbook: Best Organizations/Clubs Photograph 1st Place Hardin Valley Academy: Nicole Maestri Lauren Fox and Ice Cream Olympics
Yearbook: Best Organizations/Clubs Photograph 2nd Place Ravenwood High School: Carson Boudreau Student Council's Dodge For A Cause
Yearbook: Best Organizations/Clubs Photograph 3rd Place Jefferson Co HS: Tori Mullins "The Floating Dead"
       
Yearbook: Best Sports Photograph 1st Place DeKalb County High School: Elizateth Cripps #9 being tagged out at home plate
Yearbook: Best Sports Photograph 2nd Place Christ Presbyterian Academy: Jessica Huddleston MS Soccer
Yearbook: Best Sports Photograph 3rd Place Hardin Valley Academy: Logan Maddox 100-meter dash
       
Yearbook: Best Student Life Photograph 1st Place Christ Presbyterian Academy: Mary Caroline Funk Gymnast
Yearbook: Best Student Life Photograph 2nd Place Brentwood HS: Carly Wynas Spencer Schwartz
Yearbook: Best Student Life Photograph 3rd Place Jefferson Co HS: Mina Blaylock "Senior Leap Frog"
       
Yearbook: Best Advertisement 1st Place Hardin Valley Academy: Cassi Carter Five life-long friends
Yearbook: Best Advertisement 2nd Place Jefferson Co HS: Tara Lindner Senior Salute (for student Kynlee Hillard)
Yearbook: Best Advertisement 3rd Place St. George's: Caroline Fossett Ad for Caroline Fossett
       
Yearbook: Best Headline 1st Place Hardin Valley Academy: Morgan Simpson Good to Have You "Black"
Yearbook: Best Headline 2nd Place Christ Presbyterian Academy: Ella McGinty College, OH MY!
Yearbook: Best Headline 3rd Place Ravenwood High School: Molly Hoeffler Throwing Pitches While Granting Wishes
       
Yearbook: Best Theme 1st Place Christ Presbyterian Academy: Lion's Roar Forward
Yearbook: Best Theme 2nd Place Father Ryan High School: Irish Pride  
Yearbook: Best Theme 3rd Place Greeneville High School: Auctioneer inTense past. present. future.
       
Best Overall Yearbook 1st Place Christ Presbyterian Academy Lion's Roar
Best Overall Yearbook 2nd Place Greeneville High School Auctioneer
Best Overall Yearbook 3rd Place Hardin Valley Academy Flight
       
       
Literary Magazine: Best Poem 1st Place Harpeth Hall: Vivian Herzog Symbiosis
Literary Magazine: Best Poem 2nd Place Harpeth Hall: Ashley Zhu If Ice Were a Mother, How She Would Burn
Literary Magazine: Best Poem 3rd Place Hardin Valley Academy: Loren Haas In Town Square
       
Literary Magazine: Best Short Story 1st Place Hardin Valley Academy: Piper Vasallo Black Box
Literary Magazine: Best Short Story 2nd Place Brentwood Academy: Regan Taylor immortal Words
Literary Magazine: Best Short Story 3rd Place Harpeth Hall: Bianca Sass Dear Boston
       
Literary Magazine: Best Illustration/Art 1st Place St. George's Independent School: Karina Jensen Life is Fragile
Literary Magazine: Best Illustration/Art 2nd Place St. George's Independent School: Margaret Porter Joy
Literary Magazine: Best Illustration/Art 3rd Place Brentwood Academy: Wren Aronoff I Saw A Tree
       
Literary Magazine: Best Photograph 1st Place Harpeth Hall: Paige Derwenskus Hands
Literary Magazine: Best Photograph 2nd Place St. George's Independent School: Katelyn Grisham Captivating Light
Literary Magazine: Best Photograph 3rd Place St. George's Independent School: Margaret Porter Embrace
       
Literary Magazine: Best Layout/Design 1st Place Harpeth Hall: Hallmarks  
Literary Magazine: Best Layout/Design 2nd Place St. George's Independent School: Sculpture Garden  
Literary Magazine: Best Layout/Design 3rd Place Hardin Valley Academy: Slip of the Pen  
       
Best Overall Literary Magazine 1st Place Harpeth Hall: Hallmarks  
Best Overall Literary Magazine 2nd Place St. George's Independent School: Sculpture Garden  
Best Overall Literary Magazine 3rd Place Hardin Valley Academy: Slip of the Pen  
       
Broadcast: Best Television Reporter 1st Place Independence HS: John Lane  
Broadcast: Best Television Reporter 2nd Place Brentwood High: Morgan Yoder  
Broadcast: Best Television Reporter 3rd Place Brentwood High School: Stephanie Steele  
       
Broadcast: Best Videographer 1st Place Independence HS: John Lane  
Broadcast: Best Videographer 2nd Place Franklin HS: Jacob Ferguson  
Broadcast: Best Videographer 3rd Place Ravenwood HS: Claudia Cruz  
       
Broadcast: Best Public Service Announcement 1st Place Brentwood High: WBHS 9 Distracted Driving
Broadcast: Best Public Service Announcement 2nd Place Ravenwood HS: Brenden Phelps, Clay Patterson and Chris Barker Ravenwood Anonymous reporting form
Broadcast: Best Public Service Announcement 3rd Place Independence HS staff Cyberbullying
       
Broadcast: Best Commercial 1st Place Brentwood High: WBHS 9 Tile
Broadcast: Best Commercial 2nd Place Lipscomb Academy: Maggie Seal, Emily King, and Jordan Sweeney Razor
Broadcast: Best Commercial 3rd Place (tie) Lipscomb Academy: Sarah Trimble, Allison Van Eldik, Emily Walker Keurig
Broadcast: Best Commercial 3rd Place (tie) Ravenwood HS: Claudia Cruz and Josh Butler Post it
       
Broadcast: Best Sports Show 1st Place Brentwood High: Reed Smith Reed's Wrap Up
Broadcast: Best Sports Show 2nd Place Independence HS: IHS Media, IHS Sports Week 16 Sports
Broadcast: Best Sports Show 3rd Place Franklin HS: Franklin Media Game-day sports show
       
Broadcast: Best Short Feature Story 1st Place Franklin High School: Jacob Ferguson The hit musical Annie
Broadcast: Best Short Feature Story 2nd Place Ravenwood HS: Claudia Cruz and Susanna Dunn Feature story with the Football team
Broadcast: Best Short Feature Story 3rd Place Independence HS: Rebecca Campbell IHS Orchestra
       
Broadcast: Best News Package 1st Place Cleveland HS: Olivia Calfee Gatlinburg wildfires and recovery
Broadcast: Best News Package 2nd Place (tie) Ravenwood HS: Kassidy Crouch News story over
Broadcast: Best News Package 2nd Place (tie) Brentwood High: Matthew Willoughby & Morgan Yoder Brentwood High Remodeling
Broadcast: Best News Package 3rd Place (tie) Brentwood High: Morgan Yoder Be in the Zone Mock Crash
Broadcast: Best News Package 3rd Place (tie) Ravenwood HS: Claudia Cruz and Mitch Mullins Voting at RHS
       
Broadcast: Best Sports Package 1st Place Christ Presbyterian Academy: Kate Klausner, Alston Gage "Lions Under the Lights" Sports Package
Broadcast: Best Sports Package 2nd Place Franklin High School: Jacob Ferguson, Ethan Raynaud and Briggs Copeland A local hero
Broadcast: Best Sports Package 3rd Place Brentwood High: Sam Dillard & Justin Jordan-Lake Cross country state champions
       
Broadcast: Best Sports Coverage of a Live Event 1st Place Brentwood High: WBHS 9 Brentwood vs. West Creek Football
Broadcast: Best Sports Coverage of a Live Event 2nd Place Brentwood High: WBHS 9 Brentwood vs. IHS Football
Broadcast: Best Sports Coverage of a Live Event 3rd Place Cleveland HS: "CHSLive" Staff Football Game-October 28, 2016
       
Broadcast: Best Newscast / News Magazine 1st Place Cleveland HS: "CHSLive Today" Staff CHSLive Today
Broadcast: Best Newscast / News Magazine 2nd Place Brentwood High: WBHS 9 WBHS 9 Level IV Newscast
Broadcast: Best Newscast / News Magazine 3rd Place Christ Presbyterian Academy: CPA Studios Staff "Framed Perspectives" March 31, 2016
Broadcast: Best Newscast / News Magazine 3rd Place Franklin High School: Franklin in 5 Newscast including Annie feature and package on calculator
       
Mark Madison Best All-Around TV Station 1st Place Brentwood High: WBHS 9  
Mark Madison Best All-Around TV Station 2nd Place Cleveland High School: CHSLive  
Mark Madison Best All-Around TV Station 3rd Place Franklin High School  
       
       
Multimedia: Best Infographic/Photoillustration 1st Place Christ Presbyterian Academy: CPA Studios Staff Pepper Potts Poster
Multimedia: Best Infographic/Photoillustration 2nd Place St. George's Independent School: Miriam Brown and Laura McDowell Piecing together a better community
Multimedia: Best Infographic/Photoillustration 3rd Place St. George's Independent School: Katelyn Grisham Junior Carolyn Lane struggles to stay off social media
       
Multimedia: Best Audio for Video Project 1st Place Brentwood High: Brentwood High: WBHS 9 "Dawn's Highway"
Multimedia: Best Audio for Video Project 2nd Place Franklin HS: Cole Winton 80s themed original score
Multimedia: Best Audio for Video Project 3rd Place Ravenwood HS: William Putty and Jackson Stofka Recreation of the elder Thieves, Harry Potter
       
Multimedia: Best Video or Documentary 1st Place Franklin HS: Jacob Ferguson and Bryson Sams Worst Senior Year
Multimedia: Best Video or Documentary 2nd Place Centennial HS: Liam Maples Revising a movie
Multimedia: Best Video or Documentary 3rd Place Franklin HS: Franklin Media "Captain Franklin," March 2016
Multimedia: Best Video or Documentary 3rd Place Franklin HS: Franklin Media  
       
Multimedia: Best Sports Video 1st Place Blackman High School - BSPN Sports Video Staff "The Outsiders"
Multimedia: Best Sports Video 2nd Place Independence HS: IHS Media, IHS Sports Independence High School Football 2016
Multimedia: Best Sports Video 3rd Place Cleveland HS: "CHSLive" Staff Cleveland High Blue Raiders Football Team Hype Video
       
Multimedia: Best Music Video 1st Place Christ Presbyterian Academy: Savanna Dohler and Matie Cox "All We Do"
Multimedia: Best Music Video 2nd Place Blackman HS - Brandon Lester Gemini Feed - BANKS
Multimedia: Best Music Video 3rd Place Franklin HS staff Love story and breakup
       
Multimedia: Best Lip Dub Video 1st Place Cleveland HS: "CHSLive" Staff  
Multimedia: Best Lip Dub Video 2nd Place Brentwood High: WBHS 9  
Multimedia: Best Lip Dub Video 3rd Place South Side HS: Hawk TV Staff  
       
Multimedia: Best Overall Website 1st Place St. George's Independent School: "Gryphon Gazette" Staff thegryphongazette.org
Multimedia: Best Overall Website 2nd Place Chattanooga Central HS: Central Digest http://centraldigest.com/
Multimedia: Best Overall Website 3rd Place Mt. Juliet High School: "MJHS Golden Ray" Staff http://www.mjhsgoldenray.com/

 

AWARDS DAY 2015

THSPA Awards Day was on the Lipscomb University campus Monday, March 2. 

  • Congratulations to Sara Hayes, Father Ryan High School, Administrator of the Year!
  • Congratulations to David Flanary, John Sevier Middle School, Bonnie Hufford Media Adviser of the Year!
  • Congratulations to Morgan Ridenour, H. L. Hall Student Journalist of the Year!

Congratulations to these overall winners:

Best Overall Literary Magazine

  • Sculpture Garden, St. George's Independent School, 1st place
  • Hallmarks, Harpeth Hall, 2nd place
  • Flight, Brentwood Academy, 3rd place

Mark Madison Best Overall TV Station

  • Franklin High School, 1st place
  • Brentwood High School, 2nd place
  • Independence High School, 3rd place
  • Christ Presbyterian Academy, Honorable Mention

Best Overall Newspaper

  • The Knightly News, Hume-Fogg Academic High School, 1st place
  • The Sequoyah Scribe, John Sevier Middle School, 2nd place
  • The Eagle's Eye, St. Benedict at Auburndale, 3rd place
  • The Bell Ringer, Montgomery Bell Academy, Honorable Mention
  • The Gryphon Gazette, St. George's Independent School
  • Logos, Harpeth Hall, Honorable Mention
  • The Voice, Brentwood High School, Honorable Mention

Best Overall Website

  • The Bell Ringer online, Montgomery Bell Academy, 1st place
  • The Gryphon Gazette, St. George's Independent School, 2nd place
  • The Central Digest, Central High School, 3rd place 
  • LogosNow, Harpeth Hall, Honorable Mention

Best Overall Yearbook

  • Lion's Roar, Christ Presbyterian Academy, 1st place
  • Auctioneer, Greeneville High School, 2nd place
  • Flight, Hardin Valley Academy, 3rd place
  • Eye of the Raptor, Ravenwood High School, Honorable Mention
  • Traverse, South-Doyle High School, Honorable Mention

Congratulations to the individual Broadcasting winners (and view the videos of the first-place finishers)!

Congratulations to the individual Literary Magazine winners!

Congratulations to the individual Multimedia winners (and view the videos of the first-place finishers...and the top-three lip dub videos)!

Congratulations to the individual Newspaper/Newsmagazine winners

Congratulations to the individual Yearbook winners!

 

2014 STUDENT MEDIA AWARDS

2013 STUDENT MEDIA AWARDS

2012 THSPA Award Winners

2011 THSPA Award Winners

2010 THSPA Award Winners

2009 THSPA Award Winners

2008 THSPA Award Winners

2007 THSPA Award Winners

2006 MTSPA Award Winners

2005 MTSPA Award Winners

2004 MTSPA Award Winners

2003 MTSPA Award Winners
 

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THSPA Hall of Fame

Bonnie Hufford Outstanding Student Media Adviser

2007 – Joy McCaleb, Upperman High School

2008 – Teresa Lockhart, Coffee County Central High School

2009 – Denise Croker, Harpeth Hall School

2010 – Joy Oettel, Hume-Fogg Academic Magnet High School

2011 – Jan Little, Brentwood High School

2012 – Stephanie Crichton, Hardin Valley Academy

2013 – Heather Nagel, Christ Presbyterian Academy

2014 – Ronnie Adcock, Brentwood High School

2015 – David Flanary, John Sevier Middle School

2016 – Nola Henderson, Jefferson County High School

2017 – Jon Souders, Cleveland High School

 

H. L. Hall Student Journalist of the Year

2007 – Renee Riggs, Springfield High School (JEA runner-up)

2008 – Courtney Lyle, Brentwood High School

2009 – Cody Lewis, Unicoi County High School

2010 – Josh Lockhart, Coffee County Central High School

2011 – Patrick J. MacCoon, Red Bank High School

2012 – Tina Quian, Harpeth Hall

2013 – Carolyne Myers, Christ Presbyterian Academy

2014 – Jocelyn Sitter, Harpeth Hall

2015 – Morgan Ridenour, Jefferson County High School

2016 – Madelyn Bomar, Christ Presbyterian Academy; Keely Hendricks, Harpeth Hall

2017 – Tori Mullins, Jefferson County High School

 

Administrator of the Year

2012 – Elizabeth Miller, Hutchinson School

2013 – Finley King, Chattanooga Central High School

2014 – Nate Morrow, Christ Presbyterian Academy

2015 – Sara Hayes, Father Ryan High School

2016 – Holly Flora, John Sevier Middle School

2017 – Randy Rogers, Jefferson County High School

 

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