Race to Register

Inspire U.S. is student-led and student inspired. Inspired Leaders set out to register at least 85% of eligible seniors at their school. Here are the schools who have met their goal and those who are in the lead for registrations in the 2016-17 school year. 

These High Schools Reached Their Goal!

Congratulations to these high schools who have registered 85% (or more) of their school's eligible voters.

Inspire West Virginia: Nicholas County High School: 125.68%. 

Inspired Leaders, Brad Bordelon, Rachel Dorsey, Hannah Grim and Ozan Ozbeker registered 161 students to vote (148 seniors, 38 juniors).


Inspire Virginia: Highland School - 116.57%.

Inspired Leader, Savarna Pahari, registered 70 students to vote (seniors 50, juniors 20).     


Inspire West Virginia: Charleston Catholic - 109.62%

Inspired Leaders, Andrew Willis and Madison Settle, registered 57 students to vote (out of 52 seniors).



Inspire Kentucky: Holy Cross High School, Louisville - 94%.

Inspired Leaders, Adam Murphy and Tommy Sigman and Inspired Fellow, Karena Cash, registered 47 of their 50 seniors.


Inspire Colorado: Kit Carson High School - 90%.

 Inspired Leaders, Bradley Johnston and Jaxon Crawford, registered 9 out of 10 seniors to vote.


Inspire West Virginia: Sherman High School - 89.41%.

Inspired Leaders Ashton Rhodes, Kiersten Caruthers and Hannah Halstead registered 76 of the 85 seniors.  


Inspire West Virginia: Braxton County High School - 78.83%.

 Inspired Leaders Quinn Hopen, Logan Wilson and Seth Shingler registered 108 of the 137 seniors.




High School in the lead with most registered voters.

Inspire Colorado: Cherry Creek High School - 326 seniors have been registered to vote.
Inspired Leaders Julia Woolley and Grace McKenna with Inspired Fellow, Kara Henry have registered 36.67% of the 889 seniors.

High School in the lead* with highest % of seniors registered.

Inspire Colorado: Peak to Peak Charter School - 74.29% senior class registered to vote
Inspired Leader, Robin Peterson has registered 104 of their 140 seniors.

 *who have not reached their 85% goal