I am so proud of the students' hard work, dedication, and imagination in creating the 2014 book. Each year we strive to improve and build on our previous editions.
Princeton, NJ (PRWEB) November 26, 2014
Entourage Yearbooks announced their 5th Annual National Yearbook Competition awards, recognizing Carbon Career & Technical Institute from Jim Thorpe, PA with the distinctive 1st Place High School Theme award. The nationally sponsored contest, conducted by Entourage Yearbooks, judged school yearbooks in many facets including creativity, originality, and journalistic relevance. Hundreds of schools entered across all fifty states at the Elementary, Middle School, and High School level.
"I'd like to offer my sincere congratulations to all of the schools that completed yearbooks and submitted entries into the yearbook contest this year," said Entourage’s President Elias Jo. "Putting together a great yearbook takes a lot of time and dedication. The award winners represent schools who clearly went above and beyond on their yearbook and deserve recognition for their work. I'm personally blown away by the level of achievement this year."
This achievement recognized Carbon Career & Technical Institute for putting together a notable yearbook at the High School level. Their entry was submitted at the end of June 2014 and was officially awarded on October 1st, 2014. The Carbon Career & Technical Institute yearbook was selected from hundreds of schools who had submitted entries from around the country.
Carbon Career & Technical Institute also received awards in other categories including:
1st Place High School Page Design
High School Photography Honorable Mention
"I am so proud of the students' hard work, dedication, and imagination in creating the 2014 book," said Yearbook Advisor Michele Klock. "Each year we strive to improve and build on our previous editions. This year the committee extended editorial coverage of school-wide events, added academic coverage, and increased student involvement through opinion polls and feature stories that highlight the unique nature of our school. Being recognized for these efforts on a national level is an honor. Thank you to Entourage Yearbooks and the competition judges for recognizing the students' efforts."
More about Entourage’s National Yearbook Competition:
This is the 5th 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 theme, page design, photography, and cover design. This year, over 800 schools entered the competition.
Judging of the contest entries was based on a balanced rating across the dimensions of creativity, originality and journalistic relevance. Schools were judged at separate levels: Elementary, Middle School and High School. 1st through 3rd place winners in each category receive various prizes like cameras, yearbook cover upgrades, and Columbia Scholastic Press Association membership.
See the winning yearbooks by visiting the link below: http://www.entourageyearbooks.com/YearbookContest.asp.
About Entourage Yearbooks:
Founded in 2006, Entourage Yearbooks provides yearbooks to over 4,000 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