The COVID-19 pandemic is affecting nearly every facet of our lives. Yearbook is no exception, and many schools received the order to remain home just weeks or even days before their final deadline. Even the yearbook staffs not facing an immediate deadline are still struggling with how cancellations are affecting their coverage – everything from…Read more
- Walsworth's 2020 Photo Contest is now open. Send us your best pics! Feb. 25 - May 15
- All the resources you need to promote and sell your yearbook can be found in our Marketing section.
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- Celebrate the best!
Check out our 2019 President's Collection gallery.
- Welcome new advisers - get resources that will make your first year easier and more fun!
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Looking for next year's staff?
Use our creative, fun recruiting materials!
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News, ideas, staff fun… read all about school yearbooks in our weekly Blog
Our Level Up contest winners, Har-Ber High School and Meridian High School, are busier than ever finding new ways to level up. Turning on the news these days may feel depressing at times, but Har-Ber High School has some great news to share – Editor-in-chief Madelyn Stout was just named the 2020 Arkansas Journalist of…Read more
Congratulations to our CSPA Crown winners! The Columbia Scholastic Press Association announced their winners Friday in an online ceremony, after the annual CSPA conference was cancelled due to health concerns stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic. CSPA originally named the Crown Finalists in November. The 2019 Walsworth yearbooks named Gold Crowns were: Aerie, Marjory Stoneman Douglas…Read more
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Imagine the Possibilities
The latest version of Walsworth’s Possibilities idea book is now available. Get inspiration from the finest themes, spreads, covers and photos done by Walsworth Yearbooks schools in the past year.
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