Yearbook Class Showcases Student Talent and Leadership: A Creative Journey in Design By Ken Davis Director of Marketing and Admissions Published: 2023-05-10 05:49:14 This year, RVIS has taken an innovative approach to producing its annual yearbook by creating a dedicated class that focuses on providing students with real-world learning experiences in design and project management. The class, comprising a small group of students, has been a testament to the benefits of small class sizes, student voice, and leadership. Under the guidance of the marketing team, the students have been learning Adobe Illustrator, a professional design software, enabling them to create visually appealing and unique yearbook layouts. By also mastering the basics of design, such as color theory, typography, and composition, students have gained valuable skills that can be applied to future endeavors in graphic design and communication. A significant aspect of the class has been the incorporation of student voice, encouraging students to express their unique perspectives and ideas. This inclusive approach has led to a yearbook that authentically represents the spirit and diversity of the school community. RVIS's yearbook class is a shining example of the power of small class sizes and the importance of nurturing student voice and leadership. The final product promises to be a remarkable showcase of the creative talents and dedication of the students involved, leaving a lasting impression on the entire school community.