Yearbook is a fun class in which the staff determines structure and content of the BHS Yearbook.
As a Yearbook Staff member you:
Cover school activities
Create Yearbook Pages
Crop & Select Photographs
Write Copy, captions and headlines
This a fun class that requires work outside of class time to cover events and conduct interviews.
Seniors, it is time to turn in your senior photos! Please submit your senior photos electronically by the deadline of October 8th. This year we are following a new process.
You will be uploading your photos and quotes via the new Yearbook email: email@example.com
Please include the student’s name and contact email as well as a name and email for a parent or guardian.
We want to make sure every senior has the opportunity to have their senior photo in the yearbook. If you would like to have one of our Advance Photography students take your photo, please fill out the following Google Form: Senior Photo sign-up Our students have excellent training in lighting and portrait studio photography.
Parents, time to send in those photos for your graduating senior. Please submit all Grad Ad Photos electronically by the deadline of October 8th. A message to your senior is also permitted and will be included on the Grad Ad.
7 Photos and 100 words for the full page Ad ($225)
5 Photos and 50 words for the 1/2 page Ad ($150)
3 Photos and 25 words for the 1/4 page Ad ($75)
In order for your Grad Ad to be made it must be paid for by October 1st. If the payment is not acquired along with the upload images and message the Grad Ad will not be included. Followed is the link for the online payment website: https://wa-bainbridge.intouchreceipting.com/
Payment in school using cash or a check with Ms. Spray in the main office is also acceptable.
The Yearbook staff reserves the right to resize and crop or cut images to create the Grad Ad.
If you have paper photos you would like to use there are multiple methods to convert them to electronic form.
Bring the photos to a photo copying service, ask them to scan them, and put them on a portable memory drive
Scan the photos yourself and save them to your computer or memory device
If you have a good lighting setup you can take pictures of the paper photos with a digital camera.
You can make arrangements with the yearbook staff to have them assist you with scanning the photos
If you are scanning the photos or having them scanned for you, it is important to scan the images at the highest resolution possible. Try to go at least 600 pixels per inch. (1000 pixels per inch is preferred)
If any questions contact firstname.lastname@example.org