- Organize your yearbook in order of events that occurred.
- Club and group pages have a timeline on the page, showing the order of important events that took place within each club/group.
Look How Far We’ve Come
- A great theme for a school celebrating a big milestone (10, 25, 50, 100 year celebration etc.)
- Use past pictures of teachers, events or buildings.
- Include a quote about the importance of a journey. For example, “It’s not about the destination, it’s about the journey.”
- Some kind of path or trail (representational or obscure) could continue throughout the pages.
Living the Dream
- Create a dream-like design.
- Feature students’ dreams of what they want to do when they grow up.
- Include a fun page with students talking about weird dreams they have had.
- Use a quote like, “What we learn becomes a part of who we are…”
- Focus students’ learning and how it is impacting what they want to do with their lives.
Capturing the Moments
- Emphasis on cameras and photography.
- Film strip connecting pages.
- Fun page with selfies.
Our Piece of the Puzzle
- Could include a quote like, “Realize that everything connects to everything else.” ~ Leonardo de Vinci
- Each club or group has a puzzle piece that is a part of a puzzle put together somewhere in the book; this could be a puzzle made from a picture of the school’s mascot.
- Use a quote like, “We must have adventures in order to know where we truly belong…”
- Pages could include facts about historical adventures or adventures students would like to go on.
- Include descriptions and pictures of items that are currently important to students.
- Cover could be an image of things students would leave in a time capsule.
One Step at a Time
- Use a quote like, “Great things are done by a series of small things brought together.” ~ Vincent Van Gogh
- Use images of staircases, steps or footprints.