Yearbook at lowest price now!


Junior Creston Eid is working on hand-drawn illustrations, which will be featured throughout the yearbook this year.

Broken Arrow’s 2016-17 high school yearbook turned out to be an award-winning and nationally recognized success. Last year’s edition was featured in Josten’s National Look Book as well as on the Josten’s Facebook page. It also won multiple awards at the Oklahoma Scholastic Media Monday at the University of Oklahoma in Norman. The yearbook staff is back and looking to make this year’s version better than ever. Yearbook adviser Ashley Spencer is already excited about the 2017-18 yearbook.

“This year’s book is one of the most creative I have advised,” Spencer said. “The staff includes several artists who are contributing hand-drawn illustrations, which will be throughout the book. Also, students have the chance to submit photos for the cover of the book, which is something we’ve never done before.”

This year’s staff is excited to leave its mark with the new edition. Editor-in-chief Madi Foster, who is only a junior, has been thinking up new ideas to make this yearbook the best one yet.

“We are trying to cover as many people as we can this year,” Foster said. “We have all been doing a bunch of interviews and taking pictures at every event to make sure the whole school is represented in this year’s book.”

Yearbooks are already available to pre-order, and if students want to get it at its lowest price, they should buy now. Editor Allison Byrne encourages all students to order their’s early.

“Students should buy a yearbook sooner rather than later so they can be sure to get it at its lowest price,” Byrne said. “The book will be $85 at distribution, and we usually sell out, so preordering is a good idea.”

Students can buy a yearbook on or they can come to room MN106 and fill out an order form. The price goes up this Saturday, Sept. 30, so students should get theirs as soon as possible.