Senior Quote Submission Guidelines
Policies and Procedures
The first 150 seniors* to order a yearbook have the option of including a quote in their year’s yearbook.
All quotes must be school-appropriate and you must get parental and administrative approval for your quote to be published. Failure to follow guidelines will result in the exclusion of your quote. We will not publish the following:
Seniors are given ONE opportunity to submit an acceptable quote! NO SECOND CHANCES! NO REVISIONS!
Yearbook staff collects sales data from the SDHS FInancial Office, and Jostens online sales. The first 150 seniors to purchase a yearbook will then receive form, with their name on it, which needs to be completed, including Parent/Guardian approval AND Vice Principal approval. Students must also submit their quote online using the link on the form.
If approved, your senior quote will appear in the portrait section of the yearbook but not next to your photo.
*Each small school at SDHS will be allotted a portion of the 150 total, proportionate to that school's enrollment of seniors at the start of the school year.
Suggestions on selecting a good quote
It’s time for you to write your quote. You want to choose a memorable quote that reflects your personality and that will let your legacy live on forever. Here are some examples of good and bad senior quotes to help guide you in creating an amazing quote!
Reference something specific to SDHS, or the program you are in.
Quote someone important to you: an author, person, movies, television, books, etc.
Make sure its school appropriate and represents your school well. Remember, SDHS is YOUR legacy.