While yearbooks usually follow a typical layout, such as is listed below, you are welcome to lay out your book in any way you choose!
Introduction/School Identification Pages: This page generally consists of a picture of the school, school name, address and perhaps a slogan. Some schools also include a picture of, and a note from, the Principal.
Administrative/Staff Page: Usually consists of either all of your staff or staff excluding teachers (if they will appear on their class pages).
Dedication Page: This page is used for either dedications or perhaps the Principal’s letter.
Graduating Class: A standard practice is to place your graduating class pictures before the rest of the student body. These images are usually larger than the other class pictures.
Student Body: Generally these pages are organized by class or grade.
Teams, Clubs, & Groups: These images can be placed after the student pages. They consist of all the extra-curricular activites in your school. Clip art and borders are very effective for these page layouts and can be used to enhance the theme of each page
Candid & Activity Pages: These are you “fun” snapshot pages, etc. This is a good place to include images of special events throughout the year, such as field trips, fundraisers, performances, etc.
Advertising Section: This is typically where ads and thank you’s appear in the Yearbook. These pages can also be used for parent dedications.
Autograph pages: Be sure to leave enough room for students to sign their yearbooks!!