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Senior portrait days set for Sept. 17 and 18

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If you are a senior who did not sit for senior portraits at the summer portrait session in August, you need to make an appointment for the fall portrait days, Sept. 17 and 18, in order to appear in the yearbook. The portrait session will be in the library. You will receive a complimentary formal portrait proof as well as a cap and gown proof.  If you would like to take additional portraits on a second background, you can purchase the Silver Session for $20.

To sign up for an appointment time, please click this link.

 

 

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