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UNC School of the Arts yearbooks are here

A page spread from the 1972 UNSCA yearbook

A painting by student Jennifer Jeong in the 2009 UNCSA yearbook

Yearbooks from our partner, the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, are now up on DigitalNC. These yearbooks span the years 1972 to 2016. Located in Winston-Salem, the UNC School of the Arts (UNCSA) is an arts conservatory that is part of the University of North Carolina public university system and serves high school, undergraduate, and graduate students. These yearbooks pertain specifically to high school program at UNSCA.

Over the years UNCSA has explored a variety of aesthetics for their yearbooks. The yearbook from 1972 is reminiscent of an art catalog and features full-page black and white photographs of student art pieces and performances. The most recent yearbooks are more traditional and include student portraits, photos of student clubs and activities, and senior superlatives along with images of student art.

To browse the UNCSA yearbooks, click here. To learn more about the University of North Carolina School of the Arts and see more materials, visit their partner page, or website.


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