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Senior Superlative ballot results came out fresh
Xavier Peng
Reese MacFarline ‘24 and Maddy Jackson ‘24 got excited when they saw Maddy was voted for “Most Likely to Brighten Your Day,” along with classmate Rhiauna Davenport.

Fresh on the class of 2024 bulletin board this week is the senior superlative ballot results. More than 15 categories were voted on by the senior class to select the best fits in this classic annual entertaining portion of the yearbook. Students stop by the board to check if they see any familiar name and have debates about whether they’re satisfied with the results.

SHIP yearbook staffer Sydney Lavigne ’24, who helped create this year’s ballot, explained the work process to the Anchor. “We sent out Google form to the entire senior student body. They had a few weeks to vote, and we got many responses, which was amazing,” she said. Sydney also revealed some competitive categories in the superlative voting, including Future CEO, Most Athletic and Most Studious. Some students have different opinions on specific categories after the result was published. “I don’t think I’m happy that I got voted for Teachers’ Pet. I think I just got it because I’m respectful and not because I’m actually a sucker,” senior Morgan House said.

The yearbook staff plans to start getting photos and quotes from the superlative winners after harvest break.

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