The ‘14/15 edition of the yearbook pulled out all the stops. The students decided to go with a mix of elegance and modernity in this book. The primary theme is Art Deco and pages were designed to follow a clean editorial look. Primarily white backgrounds with graphic line work, colour blocking and art deco patterns were used to keep the look consistent. The cover’s SVEPA material with contrasting debossing and gold foil stamping feels as good to the touch as it looks. The little touches like copper metallic ink in the grad section and printed onionskin overlays make the book outstanding. The student’s chose to feature a student (or a teacher) in each section of the book highlighting the achievements of the school’s community that many would not have otherwise known about.Nigel Reedman, Advisor
Burnsview Secondary has just received the finest printed yearbook ever in the school’s history, and we are already looking forward with excitement to the possibilities for next year’s book!