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2016 PYB Hall of Fame Yearbook Contest Winners Announced

HANOVER, NH, October 1, 2016 – Picaboo Yearbooks, the market leader in School First yearbook publishing, has named 34 schools across North America to their inaugural class of PYB Hall of Fame yearbook contest winners.

The PYB Hall of Fame recognizes the top 1% of yearbooks printed by the company. A panel of judges selected yearbooks that are well designed, feature outstanding photography and reflect a broad representation of each school’s student body.

Picaboo Yearbooks established the PYB Hall of Fame in 2016 to encourage the development of 21st-century skills that working in a yearbook staff can instill, such as creative thinking, communication, collaboration and technology literacy.

“While yearbooks are obviously the best, most long-lasting way to preserve memories, the actual creation of the yearbook helps students master project based learning skills,” said Bill Miles, Chief Executive Officer of Picaboo Yearbooks. “We are excited to reward the hard work of students and volunteers.”

Design ideas from winning yearbooks are featured in Picaboo Yearbook’s Yearbook Guidebook, a printed resource used in classrooms across North America.

Schools that want to learn more about Picaboo Yearbooks can visit or email


About Picaboo Yearbooks: Founded in 2012, Picaboo Yearbooks is revolutionizing the modern-day yearbook through innovative technology and a groundbreaking business model. Now the fastest growing yearbook company in North America, Picaboo Yearbooks has distinguished itself from industry competitors by providing schools with easy-to-use cloud-based design tools, innovative mobile apps, no minimum orders, no hidden fees and an unmatched 3-week turnaround. Picaboo Yearbooks was created to shake up the stale, traditional yearbook industry by building a user-friendly platform where yearbooks are easier to create, content is more relevant to students and the cost barriers are no longer a concern. For more information, visit

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