"Childhood only happens once; a yearbook is such a wonderful way to relive those warm moments over and over. We congratulate our dedicated yearbook staff volunteers for exceeding this goal." - Dr. Melanie Castelle, Coralwood School Principal
(PRWEB) November 29, 2013
Entourage Yearbooks announced their 4th Annual National Yearbook Competition awards, recognizing Coralwood School from Decatur, Georgia with the distinctive 1st Place in Elementary Yearbook Design and 2nd Place in Elementary Cover Design and 2nd Place in Page Layout. The Entourage National Yearbook Competition is a nationally sponsored contest judging school yearbooks across the dimensions of creativity, originality, and journalistic relevance. Hundreds of schools enter across all fifty states at the Elementary, Middle School, and very competitive High School level.
This achievement recognizes Coralwood School for putting together a notable yearbook at the Elementary School level. Their entry was submitted at the end of June 2013 and was officially awarded on October 16th, 2013. The Coralwood School yearbook was selected from hundreds of schools who had submitted entries from around the country.
"Yearbooks not only provide a school with a sense of community, but also provide children with loving and fond fun memories for years to come. Childhood only happens once; a yearbook is such a wonderful way to relive those warm moments over and over. We congratulate our dedicated yearbook staff volunteers for exceeding this goal." Dr. Melanie Castelle, Coralwood School Principal
More about Entourage’s National Yearbook Competition:
This is the 4th annual Entourage National Yearbook Competition in recognition of schools with yearbooks created by students and school volunteers. To participate, schools had to submit their yearbook content into categories for overall yearbook, page design, photography, and cover design. This year over 800 schools entered the competition.
Judging of the contest entries is based on a balanced rating across the dimensions of creativity, originality and journalistic relevance. Schools are judged separately at the Elementary, Middle School and High School levels. The judging committee is composed of both expert yearbook journalists at Entourage and invited yearbook experts from across the industry.
"We’re thrilled by the level of achievement seen among this year's competitors and winners. I want to personally wish all the schools who have received an award a well deserved congratulations,” says Entourage’s President Elias Jo.
Complete yearbook contest results can be found at http://www.entourageyearbooks.com/YearbookContest.asp.
About Entourage Yearbooks:
Founded in 2006, Entourage Yearbooks provides yearbooks to over 3,000 schools across the US and in 18 countries around the world. Entourage’s unique collaborative yearbook technologies and industry leading production times has made the company one of the fastest growing in the country, recently recognized by Inc. Magazine as the 17th fastest growing private education company in the US. For more information about Entourage Yearbooks, visit http://www.entourageyearbooks.com.