The Yearbook IndexA School Annual Blog
Fundraising may seem like an oxymoron because most of us do not find fundraising to be FUN. Check out our five yearbook fundraising ideas below to help make money for your yearbook program in a FUN way.
Getting your portraits onto your yearbook pages doesn’t have to be intimidating! We make it super easy to take your school’s portraits and turn them into portrait page masterpieces. Don’t work with us for school portraits? No problem! We can take portraits...
Check out what’s inside our 2018-2019 Yearbook Kit! Our School Annual Yearbook Creation Kit includes, four yearbook sales posters, two order forms, a teacher envelope, a portrait CD envelope, a yearbook cover art envelope, two take home postcards and a...
Photo captions are a great way to make sure every photo’s story is told without sacrificing space or emotional impact. Not sure how to start writing photo captions? We can help! Here are a few tips for making your photo captions the best they can be.
31 YEARS OF CELEBRATING YEARBOOKS In 1987, President Ronald Reagan proclaimed the first week of October to be National Yearbook Week. That make this year, the 31st commemoration of the yearbook. FROM THE PROCLAMATION "School yearbooks not only...
Check out what’s inside our 2018-2019 Yearbook Kit!
Check out out elementary and middle school yearbook themes that stand out from the rest. These yearbook themes are sure to wow your students. Customize and make these themes unique.
The beginning of the school year is upon us! That means it’s time for introductions, preparation and creativity. School Annual Online (SAO) makes creating, designing and executing an entire yearbook so easy! After creating yearbooks for multiple schools...
Photographs are the life blood of your yearbook. The better the photos are, the more likely students and parents will be to purchase your yearbook.
Hand out fliers at every meeting and school event that parents are involved in. There are SO many opportunities at school plays, parent/teacher events, class parties etc.
All yearbook classes or clubs should be informative, productive and most importantly fun. As the yearbook adviser, you want your students to be as equally excited about the yearbook creation process as you are.
Choosing color palettes for your yearbook can be a daunting task, but it is one of the most important. After all, color can be used to convey emotion, create unity, add personality, and more!
The toughest question is always where to start. Organization is the key to executing a great yearbook.
Take the steps to start your yearbook sales early. Getting started earlier in year can make it easier on you later in the year.
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