ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK NOW!
Order before January 1, 2022 for the best pricing and personalization options. We will have a limited number of extra books available at distribution, so make sure to order before February in order to guarantee a book. We do sell out!
ORDER BABY ADS NOW!
Placing a senior baby ad is a wonderful tribute to your senior. The deadline to place an ad is November 19; however, you will receive a discount if you order by October 29. Go to The Yearbook Company for details!
UPLOAD PHOTOS FOR THE YEARBOOK
Senior Photo requirements: Seniors are free to select any photo. As long as the image is digital (300 dpi jpeg), we can work with almost any school appropriate image. Please note that we will crop the photo as necessary to approximate a vertical head shot and to best maintain the flow of the page; consider this when selecting horizontal photos, full body photos and/or photos with props. If the selected photo is inappropriate or otherwise unusable, the yearbook staff will contact the student and/or parent to have them select an alternate.
Click here for further information about SENIOR PHOTO requirements and deadlines as well as instructions for submitting a QUOTATION to accompany the photo. Click here to browse through the ads for photographers who support Horizon. The deadline for uploading senior photos is FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17.
UPLOAD SENIOR PHOTOS here. You will enter the student's name which will automatically tag it in our system. You do not need to enter a description for the photo. Unless you receive an error message, the image has successfully uploaded. You should also receive an email confirmation that your image was received.
Please DO NOT submit quotations via this link; see the above for instructions on submitting a quotation separately.
Unfortunately, with over 450 seniors, we are unable to confirm receipt of individual photos; however, rest assured that the yearbook staff will make every effort to ensure you have the opportunity to get the photo of your choice in the book. We will contact seniors and their parents in January about missing photos or any other problems.