I'm Carolyn Henderson, CJE

Team Carolina Yearbook Representative

My Philosophy

Having been both a teacher and yearbook adviser, I truly understand what your yearbook adviser is faced with day after day, year after year. I am able to share the things that worked for me when I was in their shoes. I also have the unique opportunity to continue to teach as I work directly with yearbook staffs. The key to our success has been how well we all plan and work together, and the fact that my schools know I will always be there for them if they need me.

Join us for Camp Carolina Fall!

The Camp Carolina Fall Workshops are Sept. 17 and 18.

Plan now to attend one of these days to get your staff well-trained in design, software and to design your 2020 yearbook cover with one of our artists.

Tuition is only $25 for students and advisers! If you have any questions, contact me at or 704-882-5376 to learn more.

Check out the 2019 Cover Gallery!

Starting to brainstorm for next year's cover? Get some inspiration by scrolling through all the new 2019 books in the updated Cover Gallery.

The new Cover Gallery is this way!

Listen to WYPN

The Walsworth Yearbooks Podcast Network (WYPN) produces on-demand audio content covering the world of yearbooks and scholastic journalism. Listen in to one of our shows today!

An award-winning year for Walsworth schools

In 2018, Walsworth printed 28 yearbooks that won national honors, giving us the highest percentage of award-winning customers in the country. Twenty-four books won CSPA Crown awards, and nine books won NSPA Pacemaker awards. That earned them a spot in our President's Collection. Congrats! You can see all theĀ Prez Collection honorees right here.

What People Are Saying...

Making sure the new adviser has everything she needs before she even realizes she needs it! While that might sound impossible, Carolyn undoubtedly will do this.

- Allison Chapman, Adviser, Mooresville High School, Mooresville, North Carolina


Carolyn is amazing. She is so knowledgeable and our development into a competitive publication is largely due to her support and guidance.

- Michelle Shue, Adviser, Davie County High School, Mocksville, North Carolina


(Carolyn) is awesome and takes a lot of the worry out of it for me. She's invested in my students and me and always willing to help.

- Julie May, Adviser, Crest High School, Shelby, North Carolina
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