Yearbook Editors: Most Likely to Be Punished

While their peers are out enjoying summer, high school yearbook staffs are already at work planning coverage of crucial events like orientation and homecoming. But if trouble with content in last year's crop of yearbooks is any indication, capturing the true spirit of life at high school could be perilous:

SCHOOL: Bronxville H.S., N.Y. SCANDAL: Photo of football players simulating a sexual act, with the caption ONE TIME, AT FOOTBALL CAMP... UPSHOT: A facultywide memo of apology from editors; negative publicity for a school named fifth best in the U.S.

SCHOOL: Roane County H.S., Tenn. SCANDAL: Affectionate poses on the "PDA...

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