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Senior Pictures

Senior Picture Days have been scheduled for Saturday, September 19 and Sunday, September 20. HR Imaging is once again photographing the seniors for the yearbook and for the class composites that hang in the high school. Each senior must sign up by September 16 for at least one 15-minute session in order to ensure we have the correct photo for the class composite. We will email reminders as we approach Senior Picture Days.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

1.     How do we sign up?
The Senior Picture sign-up sheet has been posted on the Publications Office door in the High School Commons. Students are responsible for signing up.

2.     My family is out of town on September 19 and 20. Is there another day we can have his picture taken?
Make-Up Day has been scheduled for October 4.

3.     What should my son wear?
We ask all seniors to have a formal portrait made in a coat and tie.

4.     Can my son wear different outfits?
Seniors can choose to have photos made 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.

5.     What if I want to use my own photographer?
All seniors must schedule at least a 15-minute time to have a formal portrait made with HR Imaging. This portrait will be used on the class composite picture that hangs in the High School.

6.     Can I use my own photograph for the Yearbook?
Yes, you may submit your own photo for the Yearbook, but if we do not receive your photo by the deadline (to be announced), we will use the HR Imaging portrait.

7.     If I use my own photographer, what are the specifications for submitting a photo for the Yearbook?
Please instruct your photographer to make a three-quarters portrait of your son in coat and tie. Tell him/her that the Yearbook requires a high-resolution (print quality) image in .jpg format.

 

We’d also like to share the contact information of a Priory alumnus who offers senior portrait photography. Many of you have seen Ryan Casey, ’95, at various sporting events throughout the year. Ryan is also available for senior portraits, and can be reached at ryan@rmcphotographs.com or (314) 322-5969. Please visit his website at www.rmcphotographs.com for samples of his work.

If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Ryan Niemann at rniemann@priory.org.

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