Senior Information

Senior Yearbook


September 1, 2020 - Yearbooks go on sale $50.00 Books may be purchased using the link on our website

Due Wednesday, October 7, 2020

· Baby pictures (GOOD PICTURE-PLEASE)

(This can be sent digitally or sent for me to scan and return to your child.)

Due Wednesday, November 4, 2020

· Senior Portrait (Drapes/Tux) (This must be taken by Priceless Portraits for the composite that hangs in the cafeteria)

Sitting Fee ☞$35 for just portraits

☞$50 for portraits and casuals

· Personal Song and artist – (No curse words or vulgar language)

Due Wednesday, January 6, 2021

· Casual Portrait (Regular clothes) I can take these if necessary. (No weapons)

· Personal Motto – (No curse words or vulgar language)

January 4, 2021– Yearbook Ads are for sale!

Ads may NOT be purchased until this day.

Seniors, we give you first opportunity to buy ads in the yearbook. You will only be allowed to buy 1 ad per senior. There are not enough ads for all seniors to have a full page, so get your money and pictures in quickly. (Grandparents, sorry, parents get priority.) On February 1, any remaining ads will be sold on a first come first serve basis. At this time seniors can buy a second ad and businesses will be contacted to fill remaining ad space.

The prices are:

· $200.00 - full page

· $125.00 – ½ page

· $ 75.00 – ¼ page

· $ 50.00 – 1/8 page – business card

Things to know -

If the yearbook staff is designing your ad, all pictures are due by January 31, so work can begin on your ad.

If you are having someone else create your ad, please make sure they save it as a .jpg and send on a flash drive or CD. It can also be emailed to me --

The ad size must be 8X10. It cannot be larger or smaller. If I must resize, we may lose resolution.

If the ad or pictures are not turned in on time, there will be a generic ad created by the yearbook staff. You must keep deadlines because we must keep our deadlines!


Don’t forget to purchase your yearbook! - $50.00

Important Dates: (dates will be added as the year progresses)