The Ovilla Christian School Yearbook Staff does more than build a yearbook. Staffers learn to work as a team developing a product (including writing stories, taking photos, organizing layout and design), and together set goals, manage deadlines, coordinate sales, and overcome stress. It is a hands-on learning experience in which the students are responsible for a 136-page product distributed to the whole student body depicting the entire school year! Beyond hands-on-learning the yearbook is also submitted into the TAPPS 2A state-wide yearbook competition where in 2015-2016 OCS finished in first place.