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High School Yearbook

The high school yearbook can be a pretty big deal for high school students.  It represents the good times, the bad times, and the awkward times of the past academic year.  Most high school yearbooks are created by a student committee with limited faculty supervision.  It’s an opportunity for students to take responsibility for chronicling their experiences.  Students can express their creativity through the high school yearbook.  The high school yearbook is often centered on a theme which dictates the tone for the bulk of the writing.  At some schools, seniors are allowed to create their own high school yearbook senior pages, including photos, quotations, and dedications.  Other seniors are allowed to include a quotation below their senior portrait, a phrase that defines both their personality and their high school experience.

While it’s great to allow students to inject the high school yearbook with their own youthful creativity and enthusiasm, sometimes the results aren’t always met with community-wide approval.  Let’s be honest, a lot of things students find funny or acceptable are quite different than what parents and teachers find funny or acceptable.  Student references to sex, drugs, or offensive activities can often go unnoticed by faculty advisors and create quite a stir after the yearbooks have been distributed.  True to high school yearbook tradition, these yearbooks are made by the students and for the students.

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