Getting your school yearbook should be an essential for you! You have the chance to get the story of your school year and everything that occurred during it; those are memories that you can carry with you forever. But how do you know if it will be done right? The easy answer is for you to yearbook yourself! You should volunteer for the student yearbook committe and ensure that it is done correctly. It will be a fun adventure and you will help create a book that contains all the memories you and your classmates will share forever.
Why get your yearbook?
So many people today ask the question "Why should I get my yearbook?". It used to be an easier answer because there wasn't facebook, twitter, or other photo/story sharing tools. And yes, they are very useful and can help record many memories. But the truth is, as indepth as those sites are, they can not replace your personal school yearbook. Your yearbook is a book that is soley created to help you recapture the mood and essence of your school experience! It isn't something that can be recaptured just through photos on a site, it is a book that tells you a story and helps you to re-live each and every milestone from your school year. And since it is dedicated to just your class, you won't have to search the internet for photos and stories that affect you specifically.
What you need to do is to make sure that it is done right! You wouldn't want to get a sub-par yearbook and expect that to forever remind you of your full school experience. You need a book that is all encompassing and will help you re-live and remember all of those fun moments and help keep those with you forever. That means that your book has to be done by people that truly care about the result and are dedicated to producing a quality yearbook. That should be you! You should take the time and effort to make it the best it can be, because you will directly benefit from it for the rest of your life. So look through this site and see just what you need to be able to yearbook yourself and write the story of your school year in your personal yearbook.