ENTER THE AZEDNEWS SENIOR YEARBOOK PHOTOS


AZEdNews invites you to submit a link to a photo of your high school senior for our online yearbook.

We want to honor and recognize Arizona’s graduating high school seniors.

To submit an entry for your student, follow these simple steps:

Please avoid submitting senior portraits which are usually copyrighted.

  1. 1. Take a photo of your student.
  2. 2. Submit a link to it online with a brief description or message. (Maximum photo size is 1 MB)
  3. 3. A confirmation email will be sent directly to you, and we will post your photo on AZEdNews Facebook and Twitter pages.
  4. 4. The photos will be posted in a yearbook format online at AZEdNews.

New entries will post each weekday. Thanks for your patience!
Usually, one of us posts the yearbook entries in the morning and the evening so you will not see your entry immediately.

Submit your entry now!

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AZEdNews 2021 Senior Yearbook


Allyssa-Marie Ramirez

Valley Vista High School

We are so very proud of all your accomplishments! Can’t wait to see you reaching your dreams at UC Davis. Keep reaching for your dreams and you will obtain them! Hard work does pay off! Congratulations and we love you!

Submitted By: Melanie Ramirez

Hannah Ferreira

Valley Vista High School

Hannah is a senior at Valley Vista High School. She played indoor and beach volleyball and was co-captain of the varsity team. She is planning to to do the cross enrollment program through Maricopa to earn her nursing degree with the goal to be a midwife.

Submitted By: Amy Crowley

Makenzie Warren

Shadow Ridge High School

Makenzie enjoyed her four years of High School. Makenzie was involved with Marching Band for all four years and was part of the girls varsity tennis team too! Makenzie will be attending Northern Arizona University in the fall where she will be pursuing her bachelors in Nursing.

Submitted By: Tamara Swenson

Mackenzie Mackey

Valley Vista High School

We are so proud of our beautiful, intelligent and talented girl! The amazing things she has already accomplished for her self, will guide her into becoming a wonderful adult! No matter what she does in her future, we know she will do it with passion and drive! We love you!

Submitted By: Shauna Mackey

John Fahey

Chaparral High School

JJ will be graduating in the top 10% of his class. He is an officer of The National Honor Society as well as a 4 year letterman and 2 year Captain of the Boys Lacrosse Team. He plans on attending the UofA Honors College on a pre-med track. Great things ahead for this young man! Congratulations!

Submitted By: Aimee Fahey

Savannah Mallon

Prescott High School

You are such a special young lady. Remember always that your mom is your biggest fan. We are so proud of you. Follow your dreams...do it let anyone convince you to do otherwise! Have fun in this new chapter of your life as you work toward your degree in Theater!

Submitted By: Melonie Mallon

Jackie Paul

Cactus Shadows High School

Jackie will be studying Music Education with a Minor in Worships Arts at Grand Canyon University. She has been a student in CCUSD93 from preschool-12th grade! Class of 2021!

Submitted By: Kristine Paul

Julianna Monaco

Horizon Honors High School

Congratulations on your graduation. Excited for your future goals and plans. You are smart, sweet and caring, you will make an excellent nurse! May God continue blessing you. Love you, Mom.

Submitted By: Enid Monaco

Angela and Emily Perez

Raymond S. Kellis High School

Angela has done great things during her high school years. Great dancer. College pending. As she is pursuing her Bachelor's in Business Management and minor in Dance. Emily has decided to join the workforce and attend Estrella Community College.

Submitted By: Gloria Jimenez

Randi Martinez

Paradise Honors Middle School

Randi is a high achiever, dedicated student and dancer. She is excited to begin her career with Universal Dance Association (UDA) while pursuing a higher education in Business Administration. We are so proud of her and the young lady she’s become! She is full of love and life!

Submitted By: Claudia Martinez

Siena Angelina Maese

University High School

Siena is a hard working student, she has accomplished amazing things in school. We are so proud of the person she has become, and can't wait to see the amazing things she will do. We know she will do great things at GCU. We love you Siena!

Submitted By: Julia Maese

Sierra Rose Ringwald

Yuma Catholic High School

Sierra is an Honor Graduate and will be attending Oklahoma University (OU Sooner Boomer) on a Merit Scholarship in the Fall. She has over 30 college credits that are transferring. She has a great head start towards her college journey.

Submitted By: Rose Ringwald

Meghan Little

Holbrook High School

Meghan is a Senior from Holbrook High School. She was a member of Upward Bound Math and Science for three summers. She was awarded 2019 All Arizona Academic Team Workforce from NPC. She will attend U of A in the Fall and major in Pre-Law.

Submitted By: Lisa Billie

Maria Elizabeth Vaughn-Rodriguez

Kofa High School

Maria Elizabeth is driven, out-going, independent, and relentless. She has been inspired by her Grandfather Vaughn and Uncle Martin to serve in the military, as she feels their love of country and dedication to family was planted and rooted in service.

Submitted By: Lydia Rodriguez-Vaughn

Peter Wofford

Sedona Red Rock High School

Peter’s autistic. He started kindergarten not being able to hardly speak. He just had a lead role in a 1 act play speaking with no mic… Congratulations Peter!!! You’re Amazing! And a talented actor and film editor! We are so proud of you! You have such a good soul!

Submitted By: Shelby Wofford

Emari Evans

Shadow Ridge High School

Emari you are proof that with your faith, perseverance and hard work, you can accomplish your goals and conquer your dreams! The best is yet to come as you head off to DC to fulfill your dreams of playing D1 softball (pitching) and studying nursing at THE HBCU, Howard University.

Submitted By: Stephanie Teele

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