Possibilities Photo Contest Winners Announced

We were flooded with nearly 1,500 entries in just five days! We were floored by the quality of all the photos that were submitted. After difficult deliberations by our judges, three images rose to the top.

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October 20, 2021 / Copywriting / Coverage / Design / Fall 2021

Editors and staffers can use these guides as a checklist to create marvelous mods and compelling student profiles We all have grand dreams at the beginning of the school year for how amazing our yearbook can be. The goal is to tell great stories, capture amazing images, include every student, create a record of the…

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We see yearbooks that come in all varieties. The yearbook cover has the biggest impact on your book because let’s face it, people always judge a yearbook by its cover. Follow this checklist to make sure your yearbook cover is one for the books. Readable and Relatable Make sure your cover is readable and relatable…

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October 7, 2021 / Design

As yearbookers, we know the pride you feel when you hold that finished product, but are you effectively conveying your message to the intended beholder – the student body – through your design? Since a little design TLC never hurt anyone, we’ve compiled some of the best resources to make this year’s design one for…

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March 18, 2021 / Design

Every once in a while, a major technological breakthrough transforms the way we go about our personal or professional lives. For those who draw, sketch, paint or create visual art, iPad’s Procreate app has been one such gamechanger. Designed to be used with Apple’s tablet and stylus tools, Procreate gives artists all the benefits of…

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February 17, 2021 / Design

Believe it – the index is the most-read section of your yearbook. The reason – it is the place students go to first to find themselves in the book, then to look up their friends, and then to find candid photos and look up teachers or other students. There is no question that your yearbook needs an index. But now where do you begin?

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December 18, 2020 / Coverage / Design

Staffs and advisers around the country are rising to the challenge to tell the story of this unique year in their yearbooks. From coast-to-coast it’s been such a radically different experience for every yearbook staff. In this blog series, we take a look at what yearbooks staffs are covering and how they are structuring their…

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December 17, 2020 / Coverage / Design

Staffs and advisers around the country are rising to the challenge to tell the story of this unique year in their yearbooks. From coast-to-coast it’s been such a radically different experience for every yearbook staff. In this blog series, we take a look at what yearbooks staffs are covering and how they are structuring their…

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December 16, 2020 / Coverage / Design

Staffs and advisers around the country are rising to the challenge to tell the story of this unique year in their yearbooks. From coast-to-coast it’s been such a radically different experience for every yearbook staff. Some of you have been meeting in person, in class, and as a school every day since the first day…

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November 23, 2020 / Design / News / Theme

Carolina Arredondo, Romario Gonzalez and Lia Rodriguez from Walsworth Yearbooks school El Dorado High School in El Paso, Texas, were named the winners in the Yearbook Theme Package category of the National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA) Design of the Year Contest when NSPA announced the results this past weekend at the virtual Fall National High…

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November 23, 2020 / Copywriting / Design / News / Photography

Yearbook staffers from Walsworth Yearbooks schools took the top prize in two of the three categories when the National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA) announced the winners of its Junior High/Middle School contests this past weekend at the virtual Fall National High School Journalism Convention. In Photo of the Year, Bailey Brummer from the Oro staff…

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