Yearbook Staff Attends Summer Workshop at Gettysburg College

Yearbook Staff Attends Summer Workshop at Gettysburg College

The Yearbook staff won 'Best Verbal Theme Presentation' award at the annual conference.

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At the end of July, eight La Salle College High School students, along with moderator Mr. Simon Pinder, attended a three-day Yearbook Workshop on the historic campus of Gettysburg College. The students, who will form the core of the 2018 Yearbook Team, received the most thorough, up-to-date yearbook instruction available today, featuring some of the most highly acclaimed yearbook advisers in the nation and experts from all fields of journalism.

Key sessions included: theme concepts; graphic design; caption and headline writing; photography, photojournalism, and Photoshop; planning, production, and deadline management; marketing and promotion. Over the coming school year, the students' work on the yearbook will be incorporated into their one-credit, self-study 'Print Design Management' course and their experience at Gettysburg will have certainly given them a great head start.

The Print Management Course is one of our newest courses for the 2017-18 school year offered through our robust Information Sciences and Technology Department Curriculum. Learn more at http://www.lschs.org/academics/departments.

In photo, the 2018 Yearbook staff on their way to winning their 'Best Verbal Theme Presentation' award at Gettysburg College.

From left: Cameron Michie, Drew Meitner Bodman, Owen Ranck, Larson Kalinowski, Jose Fernandez-Duran, Chris Biddle, Emmanuel Freyre, Sean McCallum


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