Student profiles are a significant part of your yearbook. The unique personalities of each student are remembered forever through photos and responses to questions.
Profile pages are likely to form the bulk of the yearbook. An important aspect to consider is how many profiles will be placed on each page. Anywhere between 2 to 4 is a good number. The more profiles per page – the less total book pages are required (and the cheaper the book). At the same time however, the more profiles per page – the less questions answerable by each student.
Which photos to use?
Use the Year 12 student photos. Your school photographer provided your school office with a CD-ROM with each shot. Ask the office staff for a copy of the CD, and save your Yearbook Committee lots of time! An interesting way to accompany the Year 12 photo is with an old baby photo or your year 7 school photo. When side by-side, past to present photos show how students have changed, or haven’t changed!
What about profile questions?
There are an infinite number of great profile questions. Here are the popular ones, and some of our favourites: