Ticonderoga High School students Megan Moser, Carey Bevins, Miranda Davis, Delaney Bush and Brooke Nadeau work on pages for the 2012 yearbook. The 2012 yearbook can be ordered online with a credit card.
Ticonderoga The Ticonderoga High School Yearbook staff is offering students a new alternative.
In the past, students or parents who wished to order a yearbook would bring a check or cash to school. This year, there is an additional option.
The 2012 yearbook can be ordered online with a credit card. There is no additional fee for using a credit card.
Interested parents can find the link by going to the district web page www.ticonderogak12.org, clicking on the Schools tab and then selecting High School. On the left, there is a link that reads “Yearbook Online Order Form.”
Yearbooks cost $40 and include free name stamping.
If students and parents wish, for an additional cost, they can opt to have an icon put on the cover next to their child's name. Icons include most extra-curricular activities like sports, music and graduation year.
More information will be sent home with high school students.
Yearbooks may still be ordered in school by sending payment with a completed order form.
If former students or community members are interested in purchasing an old yearbook, there are extras available from the following years: 1998, 1999, 2001 and 2004-2011. Price for old books is determined based on the year and how many purchased.