Roosevelt High School Yearbook
23/24 yearbooks will be distributed at the end of the school year, details to follow
Purchase a Yearbook
Yearbook sales dates are established in accordance with state tax policies. Pre-Sold yearbooks will be distributed on Yearbook Distribution Day in June. Yearbook sales will resume following Yearbook Distribution Day and will continue until books are sold out.
The Yearbook is Free for Free & Reduced Lunch (FRL) program participants – If students on FRL would like a yearbook, they must let their counselor know before January 30.
Yearbook Sale Dates for 2023-24 RHS School Year:
1/1/2024-1/21/2024 – New Year’s Yearbook Sale $70
4/15/2024-5/5/2024 – Spring Yearbook Sale $75
If you would like to pay in person, please go to the Fiscal office between 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m., except between 12-1 p.m.
SchoolPay Tips to See if You Pre-Purchased a Yearbook!
- Logon to the Parent Source/SchoolPay
- Verify you are on the correct student Account
- If the Yearbook option is not displayed on SchoolPay check the payment history to see if already purchased
- Open the History menu in the upper right portion of your screen
- Select items Purchased. SchoolPay will provide a search menu
- Select the date range and student, and click the Search button
Senior Grad Ads
A Senior Grad Ad is an opportunity for senior families to choose photos and a personal message for their graduating senior to be printed in the Roosevelt High School Yearbook.
Order a beautiful Grad Ad to congratulate your student’s accomplishments.
New Process! Design your own Grad Ad online with Herff Jones.
2. Select the size of your ad (1/8 page, 1/4 page, 1/2 page, full page)
- If you order between NOW and Dec. 18,
- 1/8 page is $45, 1/4 page is $90, 1/2 page is $180, full page is $360
- If you order between Dec. 19 and Feb. 12,
- 1/8 page is $50, 1/4 page is $100, 1/2 page is $200, full page is $400
- If you order between Feb. 13 and March 25,
- 1/8 page is $55, 1/4 page is $110, 1/2 page is $220, full page is $440
3. Enter Senior Name
- Select your senior from the drop down list.
4. Set up account with email.
5. Select template and have fun!
- Follow prompts (review your ad, view proof, finish later, add to cart, etc.) to complete your Grad Ad
- Do Not Use Back Arrows.
- Follow the prompts for payment of Grad Ad.
Student Name Change
Has your student transitioned recently? Do they want to go by a different name?
If you would like the Roosevelt Yearbook to use a name that is different from the one Seattle Public Schools has on record, Roosevelt Yearbook Name Change Form, see Ms. Noji in room 239 OR email her at firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible
Join Yearbook Journalism Class
The Yearbook Journalism Class is open to any student by application during their freshman, sophomore, or junior year. The class gives students either one credit of English elective or Career and Technical Education (CTE). Students can take the course in their sophomore, junior, and/or senior years. Be sure to talk with your counselor about your path to graduation.
Is Yearbook the right class for you? Consider applying if you are outgoing, self-motivated, and hard-working AND you would like to:
- grow as a leader in our community,
- be a team player,
- be creative,
- develop many valuable work and life skills,
- learn about and help run the yearbook business,
- learn about and practice photography and graphic design, and
- create a yearbook that is truly inclusive
Alumni: Purchase prior year Strenuous Life yearbooks
Help support the yearbook program with a donation for a vintage yearbook and revisit your Roughrider days.
Or contact Amy Noji at email@example.com
This service is only available during the school year, September through June. We have copies of the Strenuous Life for many, but not all of the years from 1923 through 2022.
Why is our yearbook called Strenuous Life?
Well, our namesake-Teddy Roosevelt-in April 1899 said, “I wish to preach, not the doctrine of ignoble ease, but the doctrine of the strenuous life, the life of toil and effort, of labor and strife; to preach that highest form of success which comes, not to the man who desires mere easy peace, but to the man who does not shrink from danger, from hardship, or from bitter toil, and who out of these wins the splendid ultimate triumph.”
Roosevelt High School has published a yearbook annually since 1923. Our award-winning full-color publication is distributed in June, to those who order their copies now!