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HOW TO CREATE SCHOOL YEARBOOK: STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE

We all indulge in a walk down memory lane. We go back as far as our student days, giggle at […]

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We all indulge in a walk down memory lane. We go back as far as our student days, giggle at the memory of our embarrassment when we said something silly in class, or we think about our high school sweetheart and the moments we had together. The memory of those moments and events that we take into adulthood is embodied in a school yearbook.

For all students to have that chest of precious memories in the future, you should carefully plan your yearbook project and include everything students and other stakeholders will hold dear forever. Though it is a whole-year project requiring deep thinking and much legwork, you and your team will undoubtedly enjoy the process.

Read on to learn more about how to create a yearbook that everybody will always gladly go back to.

What Is the Purpose of the School Yearbook?

Yearbooks generate a sense of history and tradition. Alongside other publications, such as a school newsletter, an attractive and successful yearbook promotes the school’s identity, culture, and social standing. A yearbook aims to promote:

  1. School pride
  2. Student pride
  3. Social interaction
  4. Alumni relations
  5. School involvement

School Pride

Yearbooks are the school’s PR tool, and they help convey a sense of school pride and unity. The cover and pages of the yearbook often feature school emblems, mottoes, colors, or even school innovations and culture quotes. Yearbooks are a reminder that teachers, students, and staff members share a purpose.

Student Pride

Yearbooks are also a source of student pride. Students appreciate seeing their own stories and school progress covered in yearbook sections. You should include pages devoted to student achievements and accomplishments in athletics, academics, and community service.

Social Interaction

Most students appreciate having their yearbooks signed by classmates and teachers. It is something they look forward to revisiting in the future, and it is a positive and fun type of social interaction. The notes and messages in yearbooks add an extra layer of significance for students to keep for life.

Alumni Relations

As years go by, yearbooks are a great way to refresh people’s memories of their student days. Walking down that memory lane is an enjoyable experience for all of us, and it can help reunite us with the school and our peers.

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