Early in 2002, a Great Falls High School senior, Kenny Volk, was suspended for posting photos of female classmates on his personal web site under the heading "10 hottest freshman girls."  The principal of the school, who had asked him not to post the pictures, said he was guilty of "insubordination."  Other students staged a protest outside the principal's office saying that Volk's First Amendment rights had been violated and a few days later, a district court judge issued a temporary injunction against the school and Volk returned to class.  But the injunction was only temporary, and when it expired, the school board voted unanimously to have him transferred to a different school.  Rather than pursue a lawsuit against the school, Volk decided to move on to university and eventually to law school.