The yearbook is considered a way to share your teen years and stories from your high school days. However, the rate of high school drop outs is considered to be almost equal with the amount of those that graduate nation wide. This results in a median income of drop outs to be roughly $23,000 per year. In comparison to those who graduated, the media income was $42,000. This can lead to a $630,000 income loss over a period of their lifetime. The following series of yearbook slogans used throughout the nation may help to inspire those to remain continued participants in the education system.
A class worth waiting for.
A galaxy of stars!
A look back before we leap.
A picture is worth (year) words.
A vision becoming a reality.
A year like no other.
A year to remember.
A year we won’t forget.
Be the change you want to see in the world.
Beginning from the End.
Celebrate the present, Remember the past.
Charging into the Future.
Come as you are, leave as you may.
Dare to Soar.
Don’t cry because its over, smile because it happened.
Don’t live down to expectations. Go out there and do something remarkable.
Down the Road together.
End of an Era.
Every life is a story, make yours a best seller.
Every now and Then.
If these walls could talk.
It’s the little things that count.
Let your swag flow.
Life, camera, action!
Live each day as if it were your last.
Memories have passed but memories do last.
So many faces going so many places.
Start the day right with swag.
Stepping into the future.
Take a second glance.
The pen is in your hand, the rest is still unwritten.
These memories of our past, sure were a blast.
Think big thoughts but relish small pleasures.
Time stands still.
Today is the first day of the rest of your life.
Walking to a different Beat.
Wherever you go, go with all your heart.
The following infographic outlines comparisons of the common traits and characteristics of graduates 25 years ago to now. Not only has the typical fashion of seniors changed, but trends in name, wages, and college attendance.
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