A Fun & Flexible Yearbook Curriculum You'll Love Teaching

Make Memories while Making Memories

Creating a yearbook curriculum is no easy task. There are countless components from design and photography to storytelling and marketing. To top it off, no two classes are alike. Here you will find ALL the resources you need. Our yearbook curriculum is module based to be flexible enough to work for any class, and covers each yearbook topic. Oh, did we mention it's FREE?

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1. Getting Started for the Advisor

This first module helps you as the teacher get organized and off to a great start. You'll find templates to help you customize your syllabus, grading rubrics and so much more.

Get Started

2. Kicking Off the Year(book)

Set your students up for success. Here they will learn the importance of the yearbook, the purpose of the different roles, and how to work together as a team.

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3. Getting on the Same Page

The key to yearbook success, an organized plan. Your students will learn how to build a yearbook ladder, set up their folders, and begin assigning pages and spreads.

Set Up Your Plan

4. Creating a Theme From Beginning to End

Coming up with a yearbook theme is more than picking colors. Here your students will learn the purpose of the yearbook theme and how to develop one on their own while applying it to this year's book.

Upskill Your Students

5. Design Makes it Real

Yearbook design is more than making a page pretty. In this module of the yearbook curriculum, students will learn the various elements of design and how to apply them consistently to their yearbook.

Unleash Their Creativity

6. Raise Your Voice: Yearbook Storytelling

Telling the story of the year through headlines, captions, and interviews can be intimidating when working with limited space on each spread. In this module of the yearbook curriculum, students will have fun removing their fears and getting to the heart of the story.

Inspire Young Writers

7. See the Year Through Your Favorite Lens

Level up your students photography game. By learning some basics in exposure and composition your yearbook photos will go from standard snapshots to professional photographs that tell a story.

Help Your Students Get the Best Shot

8. Spread the Word & Make Your Yearbook a Sell-out Success

Whether you're using your yearbook as a fundraiser or not, selling and marketing your yearbook is an important part of the yearbook process. Help your students build a marketing plan to reach their sales goals.

Build an Unstoppable Team

9. Edit or Regret It

Mistakes happen to everyone. With this step-by-step checklist your students will learn how to avoid as many as possible before sending your yearbook to print.

Get Your Students Ready to Print

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