Make your life easier! Choose the simplest way to get your senior ad finished and turned in. Use your senior's ad from the fall sports program! YES! We can do that!! Just check the appropriate box below!
Don’t miss your chance to place a special memory ad in the back of the yearbook for your special senior. This is a special tradition that will be mark the end of your senior’s high school accomplishments!
FINAL DEADLINE: Thursday, May 19. All advertisements must be complete and payment must be submitted on this date. There will be NO exceptions at all.
Use the ad you ran in the sports program for your senior ad!
Senior Name: ______________________
Purchaser Name: ___________________
Relationship to Student: ______________
Step 1. Please select the ad size you wish to purchase.
☐Double page - $425.00
☐Full page - $250.00
☐Half page (horizontal): $170.00
☐Quarter page: $90.00
Step 2: Who will design the ad?
☐ Purchaser would like to use the ad in this sports program – The EASIEST and BEST way to Design Your Senior’s Ad (Yearbook staff will contact the Band Boosters to obtain the ad.)
☐ Purchaser will turn in a completed, self-produced ad.
☐ Purchaser would like the yearbook staff to design the ad. – SHS Art Teacher Wes Colwill is our designer (he is fantastic!).
Step 3: Submission
☐ The completed ad or materials to create the ad is included with this form and payment. Please turn in the ad on a CD to Mrs. Vanek at SHS, Room 213 /SHS front office. We recommend both items being included in one manila envelope.
☐ The completed ad or materials to create the ad is included ad has been sent to email@example.com; payment is included with this form and has be submitted to the SHS front office or Mrs. Vanek, Room 213.
☐ I understand that all materials will not be returned, including photos.
☐ This ad must / materials for this ad must be submitted after following directions and information on Mrs. Vanek’s website / Yearbook Advertising website.Examples of Senior AdsQuarter Page Ads
Allison's Ad was self-produced; Hannah's ad was created by the yearbook staff.Half Page AdsJensen's ad was self-produced.Tanner's ad was produced by the yearbook staff.Full Page AdsSarah's ad was self-produced. Note the simplicity!Emily's ad was created by the yearbook staff. Great family/childhood photos!Ryne's ad was created by the yearbook staff. VERY "Ryne." :)Great example of using an ad in the sports program AND the yearbook!This ad was submitted to the Band Boosters' Sports Program as a senior girls' sports ad. It was used in the 11-12 yearbook.Senior Ad Ideas, Tips and Tricks (and a few do's and don'ts!)Senior "Lifers" AdWhen you've been in school together from the beginning, it's hard to say goodbye. It's nice to commemorate the moment with an ad in the yearbook.Self-produced by the Class of '15 parent group.Created and submitted by Becky Fisher.
Support Seniors in a Sport or Activity!Recognize seniors who have participated in sports throughout high school! Utilize your ads from the sports program and run it in the yearbook! Examples: Senior football players, senior volleyball players, senior band member, senior theater members, senior cheerleaders, senior UIL competitors, etc.How to Ensure that Your Photos are of the Correct Resolution - 300 dpiAdobe Photoshop can increase the resolution of your photo by adding "pixels" to the image. Simple select "Image" > "Image Size > and check to see if your photo's resolution is set at 300. Below you can see the Image Size menu with the resolution set from to 300 dpi, which is the correct setting. DPI stands for "dots per inch" and is a printing term. By ensuring that your photo is of the highest quality/resolution, the yearbook ad will thereby have the highest possibly overall resolution and look.
RESOLUTION SET TO 300 dpi