Yearbook Club At Boarding Schools
- There are 15 boarding schools offering yearbook club as an extracurricular activity.
IMG Academy Photo - IMG Academy attracts student-athletes from around the world, with nearly 80 countries represented in each graduating class.
St. Stephen's School Photo - St. Stephen's is in a historical palazzo in the very heart of ancient Rome
Riverstone International School Photo - Welcome to Riverstone International School! We look forward to welcoming you to our school in beautiful Boise, Idaho!
Lakefield College School Photo - "Not one day passes without thinking back on my time at LCS. Because of my experience, I studied at top universities in England, my Bachelors at Warwick Business School and my Masters at Cass Business School, securing my first "real" job at Rothschild. LCS recognized and realized a potential in me that I didn't know I had. LCS ALUMNUS
EF Academy New York Photo - Students at EF Academy are welcoming and open. With so much diversity here, everyone fits in!
EF Academy Pasadena Photo - Our campus is located in the cozy Los Angeles suburb of Pasadena, California.
Yearbook Club Boarding Schools
- School Location Grades Students
- 1539 E Howard St.
Pasadena, CA 91104
Grades: 9-12 | 300 students
- 280 King Street East
Brockville, Canada K6V1E2
Grades: 6-12, PG | 110 students
- 118 Main Street East, Merrickville, Ontario
Merrickville, Canada K0G1N
Grades: 9-12, PG | 60 students
- 2635 Oak Hill Road
Mouth of Wilson, VA 24363
Grades: 8-12 | 140 students
- 22 Spackenkill Road
Poughkeepsie, NY 12603
Grades: 9-12 | 6-12 (day) | 165 students
- 5521 East Warm Springs Avenue
Boise, ID 83716
Grades: 9-12 | Pre-K-12 (day) | 365 students
- 3400 Richmond Road
Victoria, Canada V8P 4P5
Grades: 8-12 | K-12 (day) | 1000 students
- Via Aventina 3
Rome, Italy 00153
Grades: 9-12, PG | 294 students
- 6279 Hobbs Road
Salisbury, MD 21804
Grades: 9-12, PG | Pre-K-12, PG (day) | 325 students
Social media is an essential part of a boarding school's marketing strategy
Parents considering schools should read New York Times columnist Frank Bruni's book about college admissions entitled Where You Go Is Not Who You Will Be: An Antidote to the College Admissions Mania. Much of what he says applies in the private K-12 world.
Readers send dozens of questions via Facebook, Twitter and email. What do they ask? Readers want to know which is the best school in a particular country or region. A close second is figuring out how to pay for a private school education. Here are some readers' questions with my answers.