Shouldn't Nevermores be changed to 12th graders due to the addition of the new Princeton site that's for 10th through 12th grades?
It has been said that the non-traditional CTYers have overrun the returners; American Pie wasn't even played at some dances first session. Therefore, with its lack of tradition, a nevermore is still defined as age 16 (or, in some rare cases, 15).
I've heard a few people use the term "novermore", usually to refer to a person who they're not sure is a nevermore or a nomore or a group of both nevermores and nomores. Is "novermore" an actual thing?
FWIW, quite a few of us have progressed through a full revolution of the CTY life cycle:
- New student (BTW, love the term "squirrel", very cute)
- Returning student
- Nomore (note: back in the day, several of us went directly from student to TA the next year, and in a few cases even the next session)
- CTY parent