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Title:  FAV711&FAV712--YEARBOOK

Pre-Requisite:  Written application, interview with advisor

Course Description:  The MIHS Yearbook is run by students under the guidance of a faculty adviser. Students create and publish the MIHS yearbook for their classmates, learning how to report, write, photograph, edit, graphic design, design pages, market, and sell. Achieve real-world deadlines to deliver high-quality products to students and families. Become proficient with Adobe Creative Cloud® applications. Connect with professionals in design, writing, photography, and management at statewide journalism conferences. Take advantage of leadership opportunities such as senior editor, junior editor, copy editor, photography editor, design editor, marketing manager, and business manager.

Work Load:  Work in teams to photograph, write copy, and design pages. Work outside of class to cover subjects such as sports can be 3 or more hours per week.

Why would you be interested in the Class:  MIHS Yearbook is a student-run organization that produces a priceless keepsake. Producing quality work, and being customer-focused, is crucial since the product has deep meaning for everyone. In order to meet the high expectations of students, families, and MIHS staff, yearbook "staffers" must be self-starters.

College Credit: Bellevue College - 2D Digital Design - DMA 103 - 5 credits

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  • Fine Arts - Visual