Attention seniors


Senior yearbook photos and senior message deadlines are coming up.

Kendall Westgate, Editor-in-Chief

There’s a lot of deadlines when you are a senior and two important ones involving the yearbook are: the yearbook senior photo and yearbook senior message.

Yearbook senior photos must be taken at Prestige Portraits or dropped off at Prestige with a release form from the student’s photographer. Students may also choose to use their registration ID photo. More information about the yearbook senior photo can be found online by clicking here:  

“Students and parents sometimes get confused between the yearbook photo and the class composite, which is understandable because there are so many things happening senior year,” yearbook adviser Erica Kincannon said. “For the yearbook, we will be sure to use ID photos for any student who didn’t take a professional photo with Prestige or drop one off to them.”

Prestige also puts together a class compositea poster showing small head shots  of the senior class. All seniors who took their photo at Prestige are automatically included and others who want to be included need to drop off their photo, a copyright release and $20 fee to Prestige. The yearbook staff is not involved with the composite and questions should be directed to Prestige at 586-532-9300.

Another big deadline is yearbook senior messages, which is Nov. 8. Senior messages are an opportunity for parents and guardians to send a congratulatory message to their graduating senior. The information was sent out in a robo e-mail from principal Jared McEvoy. It can also be found on

Any questions regarding yearbook senior photos or senior messages can be directed to yearbook adviser Erica Kincannon at [email protected]