Hailey McGraw, a senior at Ridgefield High School and Editor of this year’s Yearbook, placed in the top five top students for yearbook spreads at this year’s NW Yearbook Camp held at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Wash.
The camp includes classes featuring design, copywriting, photography, and uses the culminating project as a competition. Students select a theme, color pallet, and design elements for their school’s 2014-15 yearbook.
On the final day of the camp, students present their yearbook spreads to a panel of judges with the top students selected from the presenters. McGraw received fourth place in her division and received kudos from judges for design, originality and theme continuity.
In addition, RHS yearbook advisor Mark Cook received many compliments on McGraw’s work from top yearbook advisors and representatives. “The 2014-15 yearbook will feature new technology as an element throughout the book,” said Cook.
More than 200 students from Washington and Oregon attended the three-day camp organized by Walsworth Publishing, a nationwide yearbook company who also published the Ridgefield High School Yearbook.
Congratulations, Hailey, and go Spudders!