Students in Advanced Journalism: Yearbook I, II, III are responsible for writing, editing, photographing and selling the yearbook.
Course Description: Students enrolled in Advanced Journalism: Yearbook I, II, III learn all the skills required to develop a school yearbook. Students learn advanced publishing skills, interviewing techniques, design and layout expertise, and sophisticated writing skills. They become adept at using complex software that is used in the professional publishing industry. In addition, they learn how to work as leaders and as a team as they manage this production process. Students must have the recommendation of the publications teacher to enroll in this class, and courses must be taken in sequence. Production of the yearbook may require 3 to 8 hours of after-school activities per week.
All journalism courses falls under Option 2 of the Business & Industry Endorsement (see pages 19, 22 and 38 in the Course Offerings and Descriptions booklet).