Class of 2022 Yearbook information:
Senior year is a fun and exciting year that should be remembered. Here is some important
information and dates that are crucial to help preserve your Senior Year memories.
1. Yearbooks are currently on sale for $75. The price will continue to go up to $100. Keep in mind, we only purchased a limited supply of yearbooks, so if you would like one, make sure you buy one
ASAP. Yearbooks can be purchased at the school finance office or online at
https://yearbookforever.com Here you can also customize the cover with text and icons.
2. Senior Portraits Rob Riingen Photography is our new official Senior Portrait photographer. They
have a variety of different packages available including a FREE senior portrait for the yearbook.
More information available at https://adobe.ly/3lTIgrL, any questions contact (619)-938-0240. Sign up for your session ASAP.
3. If you are interested in commemorating your senior with a Senior Page, they are currently on saleat https://yearbookforever.com. In order to guarantee a Senior Page, students or
parents/guardians must purchase before December 14, 2021. Use coupon code EarlyBird for a 15% discount if the page is purchased before 10/1/21.
4. Interested in the activities happening around campus? Follow us on INSTAGRAM!
5. Have a great photo that you would like included in the yearbook? Please submit the photo on the community upload access code ECHS, link available on the Yearbook website listed below
https://snap.yearbookforever.com/snap/index.html#/upload/1-5H-943 Or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
6. FREE Senior Quotes, must be submitted to the yearbook staff before Friday, December 4th!
Any quotes turned in after this day will not be accepted.
To submit your quote please fill out the following form.
● No vulgar language
● No alluding to lewd phrases/subjects
● No violence or bullying will be tolerated
● No Obscene: Explicit descriptions of graphic sexual or excretory activities.
● No Libelous: Publication of false statements of fact that damage reputation.
● No Slanderous: Spoken false statements of fact that damage reputation.
● No Inciting Language: Incites students to create clear and present danger of the
commission of unlawful acts on school premises, the violation of lawful school
regulations, or the substantial disruption of the orderly operation of the school.
● If you’re quoting a direct quote, you MUST credit the source.
● If you are referencing a something, you must put the actually quote, DO NOT put....
________ episode 2 @ 22 seconds - no one has time to look these up
● Do NOT make comments directly to anyone ("I love you, Chris!"), but you can make
general comments ("Thanks to my family and teachers who supported me so much.")
● If you do not submit a quote, the administration will gladly select a quote for you.