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High School Yearbooks

High school yearbooks are collections of portraits, candid photographs, sports records, and recollections of the past academic year.  Published every year of high school, yearbooks usually have an annual theme that weaves throughout the book.  High school yearbooks are spearheaded by a student committee which is often supervised by a faculty advisor.  The student committee starts to meet at the beginning of the school year to determine a plan for collecting the necessary information and photography for the end of the year yearbook.  Most high school yearbooks have a standard setup, including sections on each class year, athletic teams, school year highlights, and other newsworthy events.  Every member of the student body, faculty, and staff have their portrait taken for the yearbook.  Senior students often have priority in the yearbook, with color portraits or, in some cases, personal dedication pages.

While high school yearbooks have cemented themselves as tradition in our American educational system, they remain a costly venture.  In fact, with the rise of social networking sites on the internet, high school yearbooks have been a tough sell for students.  Conversely, some high schools are taking advantage of the web and creating online high school yearbooks which are accessible via the internet.  Similarly, there is a movement among older generations to scan and publish old yearbooks online for alumni who have lost their personal copies.

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