Coming Up With The Perfect Yearbook Quote

Coming up with the perfect yearbook quote was never going to be easy, which is why we’ve decided to give you a few tips!


Funny yearbook quotes are always a great finishing touch to a yearbook page. You could draw on a funny story from your time at school or try to come up with a witty one-liner (don’t worry we have some examples at the end of this post).


Your school yearbook will be something that you look back on in years to come, so you’ll want to make sure that it does actually reflect who you were at the time. Having the confidence to be yourself is key, so try making your yearbook quote memorable and reflective of you. Remember, your yearbook page is really for you, so you can be as ambitious, confident and original as you like – you are your harshest critic after all.

When all else fails

The perfect yearbook quote doesn’t necessarily need to be your own quote. There’s nothing wrong with taking inspiration from a favourite film character, musician or author that captures the feelings you want to convey.

Some of our favourites…

Here are some of our favourite yearbook quotes from over the years. Whether funny, witty, confident or downright strange, it’s your quote so you can be as creative as you like!

For more tips on yearbooks, drop us a message via our online chat 🙂

















School Yearbooks Update – We’ve Had a Makeover!

Here at Boomerang Education, we’re constantly striving to improve our products and services – that includes our website too. So we’ve recently updated our yearbooks page to make it bolder, simpler and easier on the eye.

New features include:

1.Clear Pricing

We don’t hide our prices – you can order a school yearbook for as little as £10.65 per book.

For more information on pricing options, just contact a member of the yearbook team and we’ll be happy to chat through your yearbook options with you.

2. Social Media












Our brand new Instagram and Twitter accounts target predominantly students but also teachers.

Do make sure you check our social media accounts as this is where we’ll be sharing competition info and approaching Carpe Diem opportunities, as well as behind the scenes photos.

Our Twitter account in particular is a great way to get in touch with a member of the yearbook team, just drop us a Tweet or send us a direct message 🙂

(Teachers: we do also have a separate, teacher-focused Twitter account).

3. Online Chat


On each page on our website you’ll be able to click a small ‘chat with us’ box in the bottom right hand corner. If it’s outside of working hours, you can still send a message and we’ll get back to you at the start of the next day.

So if you don’t feel like picking up the phone and email seems too long-winded, just open up a chat with us.

4. Simple Process Boxes

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A simple process needs a simple layout, which is why you’ll now be greeted by 6 pop-art-inspired boxes when you visit our school yearbooks page.

Click on each box to expand and you’ll find a wealth of information, from recruiting a yearbook team, to yearbook cover options.

5. Sample & Inspiration Pack 


Once you’re on our yearbooks page, simply click on the rectangular Sample & Inspiration Pack image.

From here, you can flick through useful information on Boomerang yearbooks and hopefully get some inspiration too.

So, now that you know all about our new yearbook page, why not open up a chat window with a member of the team?

Boomerang Team.

School Yearbook Tips (Pt.3): Yearbook Awards For Teachers

It’s not just the students that receive awards in our school yearbooks – why not include yearbook awards for teachers too? Teachers can make such an impact on school life so it seems only fitting that they feature in your leavers yearbook!

Teacher awards are also a great way to start getting people engaged in the yearbook process. Once you’ve come up with your list of awards, you can encourage other students to vote for who they think should win each award. This will ensure that everyone has their say and feels a part of the finished yearbook.

You can choose to include all sorts of teacher awards – we’ve sorted our suggestions into the positive and the…not so positive below:

PS: Check out part 1 and 2 of this yearbook tips series for some ideas on student yearbook awards.


Positive Yearbook Awards for Teachers…yearbook-awards-for-teachers

  • Funniest
  • Favourite
  • Best newcomer
  • Best dressed
  • Biggest gossip
  • Most laid-back
  • Most legendary
  • Most missed
  • Most energetic

Not So Positive Yearbook Awards for Teachers…yearbook-awards-for-teachers-2

  • Scariest
  • Push-over
  • Least likely to acknowledge you outside of school
  • Worst fashion sense
  • Most annoying homework assignments
  • Least missed
  • Least energetic

So can you come up with any other suggestions for yearbook awards for teachers? Let us know and we’ll add it in to this blog post!

The Boomerang Team.

School Yearbook Tips: Ideas for Your Yearbook Awards Page (Pt 2)

Looking for ideas for a yearbook awards page? Yearbooks awards pages are a great way to get everyone talking about your leavers yearbook.

They’re also a way of showing off the wide range of talented students in your year group. You can choose awards for almost anything: funny, serious or a bit of both.

Check out part 1 of this yearbook tips series for the ‘best…worst’ awards and carry on reading for some ‘most likely to…least likely to’ awards!


Most likely to…

  • Appear on Jeremy Kyle
  • Become a famous artist
  • Become a footballer
  • Become a comedian
  • Become Prime Minister
  • Get ID’d at 30
  • Invent the next Snapchat
  • yearbook-awards-page-idMake millions
  • Set a new Guinness World Record
  • Star in the West End
  • Visit Mars
  • Win an Olympic gold medal
  • Win an Oscar
  • Win the X Factor
  • Write the next Harry Potter

yearbook-awards-page-graduatesLeast likely to…

  • Attend a school reunion
  • Ever be able to grow facial hair
  • Graduate university
  • Get a job
  • Get in trouble for anything
  • Get married
  • yearbook-awards-page-parentsPass their driving test
  • Move out of their parents’ home
  • Remember any of our names in five years’ time
  • Stay in their hometown
  • Win a school prize

Stay tuned – next week we’ll be bringing you our favourite teacher awards ideas!

Boomerang Team

School Yearbook Tips: Ideas for Your Yearbook Awards Page (Pt 1)

Yearbook awards pages are a great way to get everyone involved and talking about your leavers yearbook. They are also a great way to showcase the wide range of talented students in your year group. You can choose awards for almost anything: funny, serious or a mixture of both.

There are all sorts of ways to approach the awards page for your yearbook, which is why this blog is going to be a three-parter. Part one is dedicated to the ‘best…worst’ awards – recognising student ‘achievements’. Next week we’ll be bringing you ‘most likely to…’ awards ideas.

So without further ado, here are some of our favourite awards for your school yearbook:

The ‘Best’ Yearbook Awards…


  • Best Hair
  • Best Couple
  • Best Smile
  • Best Laugh
  • Best Dressed (Male & Female)
  • Best FIFA player
  • Best Sense of Humour
  • Best Singer
  • Best Dancer
  • Best Newcomer
  • Best Celebrity Impression
  • Best Excuse for Being Late

 yearbook-awards-obsessedThe ‘Biggest’ Yearbook Awards…

  • Biggest Poser
  • Biggest Gossip
  • Biggest Drama Queen
  • Biggest Party Animal
  • Biggest Ego



yearbook-awards-highlightersThe ‘Most’ Yearbook Awards…

  • Most Gullible
  • Most Competitive
  • Most Organised
  • Most Stubborn
  • Most Annoying
  • Most Hardworking
  • Most Sarcastic



yearbook-awards-bad-drivingThe ‘Worst’ and ‘Least’ Yearbook Awards…

  • Worst Attendance
  • Worst Driver
  • Worst Dressed
  • Worst Dancer
  • Worst Hair
  • Worst Singer
  • Worst at Sport
  • Worst Laugh
  • Least Hardworking
  • Least Organised

Let us know if we’ve missed any important awards off this list and stay tuned for part 2 next week!

Boomerang Team

School Yearbook Tips: Recruiting Your Team

Approach your school yearbook project as if it were an actual business (looks great on a CV too). This means you’ll need to assign specific job roles to give everyone their own area of responsibility. Feel the power!

Where to begin we hear you ask? Well we’ve put together a list of school yearbook tips for the types of job roles you could consider:

school-yearbook-tips-staff-repThe Staff Rep


  • Decides who will have access to edit the yearbook.
  • In charge of signing off the completed yearbook.
  • Generally oversees students.
  • Pays the final yearbook bill to Boomerang Ed.


school-yearbook-tips-editor-roleThe Editor


  • Decides on the content that will be included in the leavers book.
  • Coordinates each member of the team.
  • Ensures that all deadlines are met.



school-yearbook-tips-art-directorThe Art Director


  • Oversees the page designs.
  • Decides on the order of yearbook pages.
  • Coordinate which students works on which page.



school-yearbook-tips-copy-editorThe Copy Editor


  • Gathers, writes or delegates all copy (text) for the yearbook.
  • Makes sure all copy has been proof-read.
  • Ensures that all copy is supplied on time by other students and staff.



school-yearbook-tips-photo-editorThe Photo Editor


  • Takes photos at school events.
  • Collects photos from other students who want to contribute to yearbook pages.
  • Checks through all of the photos before adding them into the yearbook.



school-yearbook-tips-sales-marketingSales & Marketing


  • Sells the yearbook concept to other students.
  • Comes up with ways to advertise the yearbook.
  • Keeps everyone updated with the yearbook process.



school-yearbook-tips-financierThe Financier


  • Collects payments from students.
  • Collects payments from possible sponsors.
  • Keeps accurate records of finances.


We hope you found these school yearbook tips on recruiting a team useful. Head on over to our school yearbook page for more information on our leavers yearbooks.

Happy recruiting!

Boomerang Team

Yearbook Process in 5 Easy Steps

Here at Boomerang, we like to think we know a thing or two about the  yearbook process. So we’re going to share a few of our secrets with you while you’re in that proactive, ‘back to school’ frame of mind. There are all sorts of things to consider when it comes to making a successful yearbook and they’ve been condensed into this handy list for you:

1. Form a yearbook committee


This is probably the most important part of the process and not enough students do it. Once you’ve cleared everything with your teacher, find out which students are interested in helping to produce the yearbook and get together after school or in a lunchtime. Committees are great because you can divide up the tasks & roles meaning that everything gets done quicker and more efficiently.

You can have as many people as you like on the committee but we would suggest keeping the numbers to a max. of 10 just to stop things from getting confused. Others may want to chip in but it’s good idea to have a core group to keep everything organised.

2. Decide on content


So now you know who’s going to be organising the yearbook, you have some decisions to make. This part can get slightly tricky as people will have different ideas on what needs to be included. In your first meeting, try and put as many ideas down on paper and then discuss. It can help to come up with say, 3 or 4 things that you definitely want to be in there e.g. student profiles, teacher awards, memorable events, etc. and then go from there. The main thing is that you include the school memories that you want to remember in years to come.

3. Choose a yearbook provider (carefully)

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Finding the right company is vital and it’s important that you don’t just choose the first and cheapest site that you come across. You need to make sure that your provider has all the tools to make your student yearbook a success.

Things to look out for include: help and guidance throughout the process, sample yearbook packs, an easy design/editing process and of course affordability & quality.

4. Don’t forget deadlines & proofing

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Pretty self-explanatory. Make sure you’re clear on all the deadlines – note them down somewhere so you don’t forget! Proofing is key too, Boomerang will proofread each page but doing your best to eliminate mistakes beforehand will make the process much speedier.

5. Spread the word!

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There’s no point putting in the hard yards to create the perfect yearbook if no one knows about it. Make sure you publicise it so that everyone who wants to, has plenty of time to contribute to and purchase one.

Best of luck!

Boom Ed Team x