Students will be registering for courses with their Advisor. We encourage students and families to make use of the Curriculum Guide to investigate their choices, check prerequisites, and confirm entry requirements. Current teachers, Advisors, Department Chairs, and Grade Deans should also be consulted as resources. When you read the below policies, please disregard references to signatures, sign-ups, and approvals. Once course selections are made, each Department will review them in order to approve or recommend another approach.
Students in this class will learn all aspects of creating the Rye Country Day School yearbook, from planning the contents to designing the page layouts and keeping records of the production deadlines, orders, distribution, and advertising. Students will learn important elements of layout and design, implementing them with online publishing software as they work collaboratively to meet all production deadlines. Led by a student Editor-in-Chief, all students will have the opportunity to exercise creative leadership and to master their organizational and management skills. Class size will be limited to twelve students with preference given to rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors. (1/2 credit which does apply to our arts credit graduation requirement; Grades 9, 10, 11, 12; no prerequisite.)