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2023-2024 Yearbooks on Sale Now!!!

Yearbooks are on sale at for $80. The final deadline to order a yearbook is February 4, 2024.  

Senior yearbook ads can be purchased at through January 28, 2024. Due to printing deadlines, no orders will be accepted after that date. Photos and text must be uploaded at time of purchase. Please include photos of both horizontal and vertical orientations. Once photos and text are uploaded, the yearbook staff will design the ad and send a proof home to parents through the email provided on the order form. Proofs will go home mid-February. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Millard.



All seniors must get their YEARBOOK PHOTO taken through Prestige Portraits. This service is free of charge to every single student. This procedure is not only equitable for ALL students, it streamlines the process for parents, students, and the yearbook advisor. In addition, ALL students in the class of 2024 will be included on the class composite as a result of using Prestige.

Students will be photographed in one outfit for the yearbook and composite photo. They will take the formal head and shoulder poses, plus a few additional poses on another background.

Senior students were provided photo appointments back in August of this year. If your student missed their appointment time, you can schedule an appointment at one of Prestige’s studios by visiting or calling 517-349-1703 to set up an appointment. The closest studio to Rochester is the Shelby Township studio. The deadline to be photographed outside of our scheduled  on-site dates is October 14, 2023. Due to yearbook printing deadlines, any student that does not meet that deadline will not be included in the senior section of the yearbook.

If you have any questions, please reach out to Mrs. Millard.



The mission of the publications department of Stoney Creek High School is to provide quality student-led publications to the student body providing the school community with an open forum of public expression. In the publications classes (newspaper and yearbook), students will make all editorial decisions including, but not limited to: generating story ideas, writing copy, editing copy, laying out copy, taking photographs, and handling all aspects of running the business end of a school publication. Because of this, any comments or concerns should be addressed to the editorial staff of the respective publication.

  • It should be understood that neither the newspaper or yearbook are professional publications; therefore, students will make mistakes during the learning process. As staff, we will make every effort to learn from these mistakes and continually improve the publications.
  • While our primary goal is to inform and entertain the school community, we also strive to maintain high journalistic standards as recommended by scholastic journalism associations such as Michigan Interscholastic Press Association, National Scholastic Press Association, Journalism Education Association, and Student Press Law Center.
  • All opinions expressed in the publications are the students' or the individual sources, and not the staff's as a whole, the advisor, or school officials.




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