Roxbury High School’s Visual Arts department impresses once again. Roxbury High School took home the grand prize of $1,000 in Jostens YearTech Online Design Contest for its 2018 RHS Echo Yearbook, titled Legacy.
The grand prize of $1,000 will go towards the yearbook program at RHS. This year’s yearbook team will receive a certificate and are guaranteed a spot in Josten’s 2019 Look Book, which is distributed across the nation to yearbook advisors as an example of unique and creative design ideas.
Each school nation-wide that is partnered with Jostens allows them to submit ten best spread designs for the competition. This year’s contest received over 3,000 submissions.
Under the guidance of Yearbook advisors Scott Schilling and Izzy Speronza, Julia Trevorrow, a junior in her first year on the Yearbook production created the winning spread design in part due to her imaginative work and photography along with Katlen Weng, a freshman who posed as the model for the picture.
Josten’s made the announcement via video on their Facebook page at https://business.facebook.com/jostensadviserandstaff/.
PHOTO ATTACHED: (courtesy of Roxbury High School)
* Winning Design Spread
VIDEO ATTACHED: (courtesy of Josten’s Facebo
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