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2016-17 Senior Photos and Yearbook Pages

Senior pictures are an important part of your son’s last year at Priory, and vital for capturing this special moment in The Shield, our yearbook. Here is some important information regarding pictures and yearbook processes and deadlines:

Important Dates

Monday, June 13
9 a.m.
NEW! We have created an online reservation form for Senior Pictures! Please click here to sign up your son.
Wednesday, July 13
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Senior Pictures
Thursday, July 14
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Senior Pictures
Friday, July 15
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Senior Pictures
Saturday, July 16
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Senior Pictures
Friday, Sept. 9
9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Underclass Picture Day
(Use for Senior Picture if no other dates are acceptable)
Saturday, Sept. 17
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Make-Up Date for Senior Pictures
Sunday, Sept. 18
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Make-Up Date for Senior Pictures
Friday, Oct. 21
9 a.m. - 11 a.m.
Re-Take Date for Underclass Pictures
(Final alternate date for Seniors if unable to make other dates)
Friday, Oct. 28 Senior Quotes due for Yearbook
Friday, Dec. 16 Deadline to submit formal Senior Picture and candids for the Yearbook. This is also the deadline to submit Parent Pages.

Important Information - Senior Pictures

Click here to sign up for Senior Pictures online!

  • The photographer books in 15-minute increments. You may sign up for more time if you would like a wider variety of poses.
  • Even if you choose to use your own photographer, your son must schedule a free 15-minute time to have a formal portrait made with Priory’s photographer, HR Imaging. This portrait will also be used in the class composite that hangs in the High School, where consistency is important.
  • Your son will meet the photographer at the bridge by the pond between the High School and Gymnasium. Please be prompt.
  • We require one photo of your son wearing pants, suitcoat and tie for the Yearbook and class composite. Please see senior pictures in past Yearbooks for examples. Seniors can be photographed in different clothes (for example, a Varsity jersey, club shirt, or casual clothes) but must have a formal coat-and-tie portrait made. Clothing changes are part of your photo shoot, so please ensure your son reserves enough time to account for different poses, locations, and clothing changes.
  • If you choose to use your own photographer, please request a 3/4 length body, vertical pose, in high-resolution .jpg format. Your son must wear pants, suitcoat and tie for this picture. It might be helpful to show your photographer a Yearbook.
  • Seniors will be allowed to choose their photograph for the Yearbook. If you use your own photographer and do not submit a photo by the December 16 deadline, we will use an image provided by the school’s photographer.

Important Information - Parent Pages

  • A limited number of Parent Pages for the back of the Yearbook are available for purchase on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • A Parent Page typically include photos and a message for your son; see your son’s Yearbooks for examples.
  • The cost is $125 for a half page and $225 for a full page.
  • Please submit your high-quality PDF to yearbook@priory.org. Ads should be proportional to 8.5 x 11” or 8.5 x 5.5”.
  • Checks should be made out to Saint Louis Priory School.
  • Please send checks to Mrs. Kirsch or Mrs. Zlatic in the High School, or Mrs. Lane in the Junior School.
  • You will have the opportunity to review a proof of your page in the spring.

Important Contacts

Additional questions and all submissions should be sent to yearbook@priory.org.

Mrs. Amy Zlatic, Director of Communications
Yearbook Faculty Moderator
(314) 434-3690 x216
azlatic@priory.org

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