Inspirational quotes are a great way to round out your yearbook pages. In your student comments, teacher messages, or even as a standalone page – there are lots of ways to use quotes to get your readers excited for the future and nostalgic about school memories. Generic ‘dream big’…
Looking to make a yearbook? You can’t do it alone. Behind every great yearbook is an equally great yearbook team, working tirelessly behind the scenes to get the job done.
Writing your yearbook comment can be difficult, especially when you’re not sure where to start.
If you’re not sure what to say in your yearbook comment, don’t worry! Film and cinema script writers have already done the hard work for you.
Here’s a list of the very best movie quotes for your yearbook, from films both past and present.
Fess up. You’ve done something really embarrassing, and I want to know about it. So does the entire school year.
I’m guessing you also want to read your friends’ confessions. Truth is, there’s tonnes of secrets at your school. Don’t you want to find them out?
Your yearbook needs student quotes. But where do they come from?
Ask most people for a yearbook quote, and they’ll stare at you blankly. Where do you even begin to sum up your school life and the time you’ve spent together?
There are over 7 billion people on the planet, and only one of them is you. You’re unique.
Be proud to stand out from the crowd. Add a quote to your yearbook comment that shows off your quirky and eccentric nature.
When you write an essay or an exam question, you read it afterwards. And again. And again.
Why should your yearbook be any different? Checking publications for errors, or “proofing”, has been a part of the print industry for as long as it’s been around – with good reason.
Your teachers have been there through it all, from start to finish. They’ve dealt with your difficulties, the rising tempers, the soaring highs, and the downtrodden lows.
It’s only fair to remember the part they played in your schooldays by dedicating a section of your yearbook to them.
Every day, people add grainy, low-definition images to their yearbook projects. It has to stop. Here’s what to look out for, how to avoid fuzzy photos, and the easiest way to add photos to your yearbook.