Mill Creek High School’s 2019 yearbook was more than a collection of memories for students. It also was honored as one of the best yearbooks of the year according to the Printing Industries of America. The school received a 2019 Premier Print Award Certificate of Merit for outstanding achievement in the production of its 2019 Accipiter yearbook.
Now in its 70th year, the Premier Print Awards is the graphic arts industry’s largest and most prestigious international printing competition, featuring more than 2,200 entries across all forms of publishing.
Mill Creek High School was among a select group of honorees that included entries from Cornell University, Harvard University and The United States Military and Naval Academies.
Award recipients were selected based on the overall look of the publication, the quality of photography, design expertise, printing and binding quality and overall quality.
Principal Jason Lane praised the work and creativity of the students and staff who produced this year’s yearbook.
“Each yearbook is a treasured memento of high school; however, this year’s publication was special,” he said. “The yearbook staff and sponsors did an outstanding job of capturing those meaningful moments that occurred throughout the year that were essential to the story of our students and school.”
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