Your Design Could be
Our 1st Cover
Here’s How to Do It
Create an original design using color and your favorite medium. Your design should be representative of high school, all of the events and activities, and the diverse group of Metro-Detroit teens who will appear in the book. It must be YOUR own design, not clip art, or photographs (unless it its incorporated in a collage, drawing or painting). Use of computer generated graphics should be minimal and artistically done. This competition is open to high school students in Metro Detroit ages 14-18 only.
There is no cost to submit. Each person can submit up to two entrees. Your entrees will be reviewed and judged by the Teens in the D team. The top three selected will be announced on Facebook and Instagram on May 10, 2020. The top three entrees will be voted on by the public through social media via a link provided. We will allow one vote per person in 24 hours. The entrant with the highest number of votes will be selected as the 2020 Virtual Yearbook Cover Design Winner. Their cover will become the 1st cover for our Metro Detroit High School Virtual Yearbook.
Deadline to enter is June 15, 2020. Public judging will be held May 24 through June 14, 2020 11:59pm. The Winner will be announced on or shortly after June 18, 2020. To enter click here.
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