Terrific Time-Honoured Yearbook Titles

Newspapers have headlines. Novels have names. Websites have headings.

In fact, every noteworthy publication starts with a great title.

So what are you going to write on the front cover of your yearbook?

If you just want to read a list of the best yearbook titles, keep scrolling down the page. However, if you want to find out how to craft the perfect title for your yearbook, read on.

How to Write Your Yearbook Title

There are no essential ingredients when creating a title for your yearbook cover, but there are a few things to bear in mind.

Firstly, think about time. What year is the yearbook being published? What year did you start studying at your school, college, or university? If the yearbook is for your club, when did you join? Typically, yearbook titles include one or all of these dates on the cover; forexample, “2013-2018”.

Next, consider how your yearbook title relates to the school or club itself. Does your school have a specialist subject that you could draw upon? Are there specific colours or names that are particularly relevant? Maybe there’s something special about your town or city that you could mention in your title? For example, “London’s Finest”

Have a think about the theme or style of your yearbook. If you want to keep to a consistent theme throughout your yearbook project, this should extend to the cover as well. For example, if you’re going for a newspaper yearbook theme, you could title it “Breaking News: Class of 2013 Leaves School”. Your theme name could even be the title, if it works.

Finally, are you able to ignore all of the advice above and write something really simple? Would that be better? Unfortunately, I can’t help you to make that decision!

Now we need to make sure we take everybody’s opinion into account.

Gather a list

Everyone’s going to have their own idea of what to title the yearbook project, from your yearbook committee to the entire student body. Some of these ideas will be better than others.

Start a list to gather all of these ideas in one place. You could ask people to contribute using comments on a social media post. What’s important is that everybody feels that their voice is being heard, as the yearbook is for everybody.

Call a vote

Ask everybody to vote online for their favourite title(s)

Ask the entire student body their opinions on the list. Which titles are their favourite? A super easy way to manage this is to ask everybody to read through the list on your social media post and Like their favourite titles (as comments). Facebook is a great way to organise this.

You could also use a site like Straw Poll to quickly set up an easy-to-manage poll.

Mock it up

Using Yearbook Hub, mock up what your title will look like when it’s included in your cover design. You can even print out a few different title choices and share them with the entire year.

Have a think about where you want to position your title, how you should style it, and the font you want to use. Is there any accompanying imagery you want to include?

If you’re going for a faux-leather finish, bear in mind that, as this will be foil-blocked in a single colour, your title will be presented differently.

The Very Best Yearbook Titles

And so, without much further ado, here’s a comprehensive list of the best yearbook titles ever written.

Classic titles

Tried-and-tested titles that have stood the test of time.

  • 2013-2018
  • Yearbook 2018
  • Class of 2013
  • Leavers’ Yearbook 2018
  • Class of 2013-2018
  • Sixth Form of 2016-2018
  • Anthology 2013-2018
  • 2018 Memory Book
  • Memories from 2013
  • Leavers’ Book
  • Twenty-Eighteen
  • Goodbye

Roman Numerals

If you’re going for a faux-leather cover, Roman numerals can add a touch of elegance.

  • XVIII Leavers
  • XVIII Yearbook
  • Class of XVIII

Epic titles

  • The Final Cut
  • The End of an Era
  • 2018 Signing Out
  • We Are 2018

Inspirational titles

  • The Best is Yet to Come
  • Be the Best That You Can Be
  • Memories that will last forever
  • Achieve & Inspire
  • Believe in Yourself

Tip – inspirational quotes can be used anywhere in your yearbook, even on inside title pages.

Funny titles

  • Insert Title Here
  • Name: Class of 2018
    Sentence: 5 Years of Hard Labour
    Release Date: 26th July 2018

The Best Ideas From Our Yearbook Team

  • Adrian
    My Yearbooky Wook!
    The Wonder Years
  • Kasia
    Memories pressed between the pages of my mind
    The school book you actually want
  • Michael
    Where we’re going, we don’t need education
    Made from 100% recycled toilet paper
  • Nick
    A school book that doesn’t require study
    It’s been emotional

Here are some ideas to fill the blank space at the start of your yearbook project

Now Start Designing Your Yearbook

Now you’ve decided upon a title, it’s time to think about filling the first page of your yearbook.

Here’s our guide to tackling that tricky first step.