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11th Grade Arrow Week Photo Competition winner announced

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Mac Williams '19 poses on the side of a mountain among the clouds. This is the winning photo from the 11th grade photo competition.

Mac Williams '19 poses on the side of a mountain among the clouds. This is the winning photo from the 11th grade photo competition.

Photo by Rae Godfredsen

Photo by Rae Godfredsen

Mac Williams '19 poses on the side of a mountain among the clouds. This is the winning photo from the 11th grade photo competition.

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The Class of 2019 traveled to Washington on Sept. 9 for Arrow Week. The Oracle asked the juniors to submit their best photos from the trip for a chance to win a free dress day for their Arrow Week group.

Rae Godfredsen ’19 won for her photo, pictured both above and below. Her hiking group will be allowed to wear free dress on Oct. 13.

This 11th-grade trip was the end of the trilogy of courses the class took. The course was led by the National Outdoor Leadership School [NOLS]. It was Archer’s 19th student trip with NOLS.

Click the gallery below to view other submissions.

Photo by Rae Godfredsen

11th Grade Arrow Week Photo Competition winner.

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3 Responses to “11th Grade Arrow Week Photo Competition winner announced”

  1. Ms. Daehler on September 25th, 2017 1:24 pm

    Gorgeous photos!!

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  2. Teresa Boever on October 4th, 2017 12:46 pm

    Congratulations AJWE-5! Beautiful photo!!

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  3. Sandra sigal on October 13th, 2017 11:23 am

    Stunning photos!! Congratulations Rae!!

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