Results for Best Mascot 2014

A
Total Votes: 4

Griffins

Washington, DC

Bell’s mascot is the mythical Griffin, which features the body and legs of a lion and the head and wings of an eagle.

B
Total Votes: 6

Cadets

Washington D.C., DC

The Cadets represent the nation's oldest Army JROTC school.

C
Total Votes: 1

Clerks

Washington, DC

The school is named after Francis Lewis Cardozo, who was the first African-American to hold statewide office in the United States. Clerk is a derivative of clergyman; and Cardozo was an ordained Presbyterian minister.

D
Total Votes: 9

Fighting Frogs

Washington D.C., DC

One may ask how a school with such a rich history and both academic and athletic prestige could tag itself with the Frogs nickname? It is representative of the energy and insatiable curiosity that spawns a joyful learning of leaps and bound...

E
Total Votes: 1

Mighty Hoppers

Washington, DC

Max Elias, a longtime science teacher at Georgetown Day School, created three sculptures that were sold in an auction when GDS featured only a lower and middle school. One of the sculptures, a grasshopper, was later returned to the school, ...

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F
Total Votes: 0

Phoenix

Washington, DC

McKinley Tech's original logo was Tubal Cain; a biblical and Masonic figure associated with metal working. The school then closed in 1997 and reopened in 2004, at which point it adopted the Phoenix as its mascot to signify its rising from t...

G
Total Votes: 0

Quakers

Bethesda, Maryland, DC

A highly selective Quaker private school, Sidwell Friends School uses the Quakers mascot to carry the message of "Let the light shine out from all."

H
Total Votes: 1

Rough Riders

Washington, DC

Not to be confused with DMX's Ruff Ryders, the nickname is a nod to the first U.S. volunteer cavalry, which was formed by the school's namesake, Teddy Roosevelt....

I
Total Votes: 0

Trainers

Washington D.C., DC

The only mascot of its kind in America. And while the school is named for William McKinley, the 25th president of the United States, the Trainers basketball team won three city titles under legendary coach McKinley Armstrong in the late 196...