Entering college, I found myself more prepared than many of my peers. Yearbook has put me ahead in college. I already know how to work much of the software being taught, and already know how to speak up and be confident in the ideas I bring to the table.
— Erika Esterline (editor 2014 & 2015), High Point University

2017 staff

  • Maddie Martin
    Editor in Chief
  • Carley Burnette  
    Managing Editor
  • Emily Johnson  
    Editor
  • Katelyn Waltemyer
    Editor
  • Madison Sims
    Editor
  • Stephanie Fowler
  • Chase McDaniel
  • Makenzie Fanney
  • Kayleigh Johnson
  • Shardul Naphade
  • John Moses
  • Jessi Miller
    Photography Editor
  • Lexie Worth
  • Annie Pugh
  • Leah Allgood
  • Caitlin Sales
  • Alyssa Howington
  • Amber Johnson
  • Cheyenne Ward
    Business Manager
  • Ashley Manley  
  • Te'Ryq Berkley
  • Kynadi Joyce
  • Shandrea Burton 

m i s s i o n :

  • >> Produce this year’s volume of the Buzzer.
  • >> Record and compile the story of life here at BHS.
  • >> Participate in the conversation that is journalism.
  • >> Represent the spirit of Brookville High School to our students and community.

o b j e c t i v e s :

  • >> Prepare for a successful life after high school
  • >> Learn the processes that take ideas from concepts to creations.
  • >> Practice leadership, teamwork and personal responsibility within a peer group.
  • >> Master the disciplines of time management and deadlines.
  • >> Develop interpersonal communication skills as you participate in staff meetings, conduct interviews, promote Brookville Publications and negotiate advertising
    options with local businesses.

Course Description: This class is designed for students interested in all aspects of yearbook production. Working on the yearbook, students will gain insight into the creative, mechanical, managerial, and business functions related to the production of the school yearbook. Leadership is strongly encouraged and cultivated. Through producing the yearbook, students will learn to cooperate as members of a highly organized team, will gain experience in journalistic writing and will observe, understand, and apply technical skills inherent to production.  Students will read, write and proofread, interview, examine records, scout sport and social events, promote sales, enlist community sponsors and advertisers, complete photography assignments, meet deadlines and attend workshops.


Awards Archive 

 

 

 

 

 

2015 First of All, Vol. 88 - - -   Gold Crown (CSPA), Pacemaker (NSPA), State Trophy Class (VHSL)

2015
First of All, Vol. 88
 - - -  
Gold Crown (CSPA),
Pacemaker (NSPA),
State Trophy Class (VHSL)

2011 Glimpse, Vol. 84 - - - Pacemaker Award (NSPA) State Trophy Class (VHSL)

2011
Glimpse, Vol. 84 - - -
Pacemaker Award (NSPA)
State Trophy Class (VHSL)

 

 

 

 

 

2014 ICON, Vol. 87 - - -  Gold Crown (CSPA)  

2014
ICON, Vol. 87
 - - - 
Gold Crown (CSPA)

 

2010 Make it Yours, Vol. 83 - - - Silver Crown (CSPA)

2010
Make it Yours, Vol. 83
 - - -
Silver Crown (CSPA)

 

 

 

 

 

2013 Have You Met Me?, Vol. 86 - Gold Crown ( CSPA), Pacemaker (NSPA), State Trophy Class (VHSL)

2013
Have You M
et Me?, Vol. 86 -
Gold Crown ( CSPA),
Pacemaker (NSPA),
State Trophy Class (VHSL)

2009

2009

2016
State of Mind,
Vol. 89
 - - -  
Crown Finalist (CSPA),
State Trophy Class (VHSL)

2012 Thesis, Vol. 85 - - -  Gold Crown (CSPA), Pacemaker (NSPA)  State Trophy Class (VHSL)

2012
Thesis, Vol. 85
 - - - 
Gold Crown (CSPA),
Pacemaker (NSPA) 
State Trophy Class (VHSL)

2008

2008

*Columbia Scholastic Press Association (CSPA) - National
*National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA) - National
*Virginia High School League (VHSL) - State