The price of the yearbook was included in this year’s student fee, so there is no need to order one. All students will receive a 2015-2016 Yearbook.
If you are a parent of a new senior or student starting in spring 2016, the following information not apply to you, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information on what to do to get your student into the yearbook.
2014- 2015 Yearbooks:
If you ordered a 2014-2015 book last year, it will be mailed to your home. Tracking numbers will be provided.
Extra copies of the 2014- 2015 Yearbooks have been delivered to the school and are available for purchase through the business office, during school hours (8am-4pm). Each book will cost $90. We accept cash, credit cards, and checks, which should be made out to Nolan Catholic HS.
In order to ensure a smooth delivery next year, we will continue home delivery to Seniors for the 2015-2016 book. The 2015-2016 books will be delivered by the last week of July before they leave for college.
Senior Recognition Ads:
LAST CHANCE SENIOR RECOGNITION ADS:
Senior Parents, if you have not yet bought a senior recognition ad for your student, this is your last chance! We have THREE open quarter page ad spots left, first come, first serve. For only $150, this space has room for up to 4 images, your students name and your short sentiment. Email email@example.com for more information and to purchase a spot.
If you placed an order, you will receive via email, a final proof of the ad, to the email address provided during the order process. You have 72 hours to either respond with changes or approve the ad. If we do not hear back within that time, the ad is considered approved.
All senior photos should have already been taken at Glamourcraft. They will submit the images to us for use in the Yearbook, so no need to send us anything.
Any other questions regarding yearbooks, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
History of the Lepanto:
The Nolan Catholic High School Yearbook is named the Lepanto after the Battle of Lepanto in which the Christian forces, under the command of Don Juan of Austria and the spiritual guidance of Pope St. Pius V, defeated the Ottoman fleet at Lepanto, Greece on Oct. 7, 1561, thus ending the Turkish aggression.