Yearbook Earns Recognition in International Design Publication
Miami, Florida – For Immediate Release – Florida Christian High School’s yearbook made a lasting impression on its community, and earned a spot in Herff Jones’ 2018 Portfolio recognizing the most elite yearbooks in the company’s international network.
The Patriot was one of only 367 yearbooks chosen from the thousands printed by Herff Jones each year. Portfolio itself has won international design recognition in recent years.
“With the resurgence in popularity of printed books, we are thrilled each year to see our students redefine what yearbooks are in 2018,” Steve Kent, Herff Jones’ senior creative director, said.
“No longer scrapbooks of yesterday, our students are tackling social issues and telling stories with impact and meaning. Technology strengthens what yearbooks have become because of the photography and design capabilities, as well as talent levels, of our students,” he said. “As student staffs seek inspiration for this new kind of storytelling the Herff Jones Portfolio, which is shared with every one of the company’s staffs, becomes invaluable.”