Order Senior Ads


Photo Ad submissions MUST be made online at yearbookforever.com.
(See below for Text Only ads).



Directions to purchase photo ads:

  1. Go to yearbookforever.com.
  2. Search for your school name and click on Shop the Store.
    Select Create a Senior Ad.
  3. Enter your student information and your email address (use one you check often).
  4. Select: Upload My Finished Ad (if you have one made already from another program like Photoshop) OR Design my own Ad online (using Walsworth's online tool).
  5. Select the size and color of the ad you want to purchase.
  6. Follow the steps to upload your ad.
    Use a credit card, debit card or PayPal to purchase.
  7. No physical photos or ad creation will be done by WHS yearbook staff.
  8. Ads are FIRST COME FIRST SERVE. Due date is early March but there's a high chance we will be out of space before this date. Please purchase early!
  9. The yearbook staff and advisor reserves the right to change and manage all ads received should we deem it necessary.
  10. Ad inclusions are based on the order in which we receive your online ad sale. First come, first serve. Should we run out of ad space you will be notified and your order will be refunded.
    Ad space is not guaranteed.


Please contact us if you have any questions.

Full Page Ads $250
1/2 Page Ads $125
1/4 Page Ads $65
1/8 Page Ads $35
1/16th Page Ads-Text only $25** See below

Ad size

**TEXT ONLY ADS (1/16th ads)

IMPORTANT: Text Only ads (1/16th) are the only ad submissions we accept 'in house'. They do not contain photos. Purchase yours today for only $25!

If you would like to purchase a 1/16 ad, please email your text ad to yearbook@wantaghschools.org

-Keep it under 75 words otherwise the text will appear too small. Check spelling and grammar.

-When emailing your 1/16th ad, please type SENIOR AD FOR "JOHN DOE" in subject line.

**Payment of $25 should be made via CHECK ONLY made out to Wantagh School District with Senior Ad and Student's name in the memo. Please place in Ms. Gallo's mailbox in MO.

-Please pay within one week of submitting email for 1/16th ad. Payments that are not made in a timely manner will result in ad being removed.

Sorry-only seniors are eligible for ads in the yearbook.


Want to create a text only ad and upload it yourself
You can create a 1/16th ad (just a text ad) on your own using Microsoft Word!

Once it's saved as a JPG you can upload it to www.yearbookforever.com following the directions above!

Then, visit yearbookforever.com, click on "Upload My Finished Ad", and choose 1/16.
Once this step is complete, you will be prompted to upload your image.

NEED MORE HELP? See below:

How to Convert Word Documents Into Images (jpg, png, gif, tiff)

Need to convert your Word Document (or part of it) into an image? Microsoft Word itself has a function that will allow you to do so. Versions 2007 and better allow you to convert documents into images using 'paste special' and you will have the option to convert into jpeg, jpg, png and other formats of your choice.

This method is very simple and yields reasonable quality with a high resolution, which is much better than other doc-to-image converters available online. What's more, you have the option of converting any document into any type of graphic: jpg, tiff, png, or gif file format.

So stop wasting any of your time and money searching for scam converters when you can create an image without one using the following easy steps:

  1. Select what you'd like to save as an image.
  2. Copy your selection.
  3. Open a new document.
  4. Paste special.
  5. Select "Picture."
  6. Right click the resulting image and select "Save as Picture."
  7. Select your desired format from the dropdown menu.

The instructions below will walk you through each step.

1: Select What You'd Like to Save as an Image

Selection Select all (shown here on Word 2016 for Mac)

If you would like to turn your entire document into an image, select all. You can do this by:

  • Pressing Ctrl+A on a PC.
  • Pressing command+A on a Mac.
  • Pressing Shift+Ctrl+End to select from the cursor position till the end of the document.
  • Or selecting "Edit">"Select All" from the menu.

If you would only like to turn parts of your document into an image, select those objects with your cursor.

Do note that contents selected on a single page only will be converted to an image. So to convert multiple pages you will have to select each of their contents and follow the steps separately.

2: Copy Your Selection

Copy Your Selection
Copy your selection

Copy your selection. You can do this by:

  • Typing Ctrl+C on a PC.
  • Typing command+C on a Mac.
  • Right-clicking the selection and selecting "copy."
  • Or clicking on the copy icon in the standard toolbar.

3: Open New Document

Open a new blank Word document. (This is where your selection will be pasted as an image.)

4: Paste Special

Paste Special

Accessing paste special from the home ribbon (shown here on Word 2010 for PC)

Paste Special

Accessing past special from the edit menu (shown here on Word 2016 for Mac)

In the Home tab, go to paste options by clicking on the downward arrow at the bottom of the button, then click on "paste special" as shown in the picture above. Alternately, you can select "edit">"paste special."

5: Select "Picture"

Select "Picture"
You will want to paste what's saved in your clipboard as a picture.

In the paste-special window, select "Picture (Enhanced Metafile)," as shown in the picture above, and click "OK."

An image of what you copied will be pasted in the document.

6: Right-Click and Select "Save as Picture""

Right-click on your new image and select "Save as Picture." To right-click on a Mac, hold the control key as you click.

7: Select Your Desired Format

Select Your Desired Format
Select what type of file you would like your picture to be. Here is what the menu will look like on a PC.

Select Your Desired Format
Here is what the menu will look like on a Mac.

Select your desired format from the dropdown menu and save it. You are done!

I recommend saving it as png if you want to upload it somewhere on Internet. It will give you best quality in a small-sized file.

If you Get a Black Background In the End?

If you get a black background in the final converted image after executing up till the last step, try saving the image again, as a png or tiff.

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