Development of the 2020 edition of the Huntingtonian, Huntington High School’s annual yearbook continues. Ads are available for purchase.
Anyone can purchase an ad in the book. Many parents have already secured one to honor their graduating senior. A full page color ad goes for $300. Half page ($200) and a quarter page ($150) sizes are also available Photos can be included in the ad. Space is limited, so those interested in purchasing an ad should not wait very long. The final deadline is Sunday, March 1st.
To purchase an ad, log onto www.yearbookordercenter.com and enter code 4579.
Order a Yearbook Today
It happens all the time. A Huntington High School senior decides not to order a yearbook and later regrets it. When they realize the mistake, a copy of the book is usually no longer available.
The 2020 edition of the Huntingtonian is now on sale for $95. More than half of the available 2020 yearbooks have already been sold.
To purchase a copy online, log onto www.yearbookordercenter.com and enter code 4579. To order a copy by phone, call 1-866-287-3096 from Monday through Friday between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. For online help send a message to email@example.com.
Teachers Elizabeth Casazza and Kristin Fortunato are the yearbook club’s faculty advisors. Seniors Olivia Perez, Julia Segal, Jeffrey Alvarenga, Isabella Toscano, Madeline Meidenman and Akira Selliri are taking leading roles in the production of this year’s volume.
Underclassmen yearbook club members Ryan Aguirre, Adora Colay, Mackenzie Madison, Brenda Jandres-Benitez, Erik Flores, Allison Quinn, Sabeena Ali and Julie Reyes have been hard at work contributing their ideas and time to the development of the 2020 yearbook as well.
Huntington’s School Heritage Museum includes copies of every high school yearbook published since 1930. (There was no yearbook published in 1933 as the Great Depression deepened.) Prior to 1930, smaller sized pamphlets were issued annually. They were more literary in nature, but did contain some recaps of events, clubs and sports teams. Those pamphlets are also in the School Heritage Museum’s collection.