Yearbooks are publications that offer insight into a class’ academic year. The yearbook covers stories on major events such as homecoming dances, the school president elections, sports championships among other notable events that occurred during the school year. This is a major challenge because most students have lived through these events and it might not be as exciting to read about them.
Creating the perfect yearbook is the goal for every yearbook class. These yearbooks are so important for high school students, especially seniors, because it is how everyone will remember their friends, classmates and teachers. And while you may have plenty of past yearbooks to use as inspiration, you will want to add some unique elements to this year’s senior books. Here are ten ideas to help you spice up this year’s yearbook (especially for those graduating seniors) in the right way.
Brrrr....it's cold outside (at least here in northwest Wisconsin)! Sounds like the perfect time to spend indoors working on your yearbook;) Maybe with some hot cocoa in hand?! We've got your February adviser checklist to make sure you're on the right path. If you're looking for more high-school curriculum resources, have no fear. Check out our high-school yearbook curriculum ideas elsewhere on the blog!