The Sentinel High School Bitterroot yearbook has been in publication for over 100 years, as it was the original annual of the
Missoula County High School.
The Bitterroot first appeared in 1905 as a 32-page literary magazine but became the school's annual in 1911. It was suspended in 1914-1915, 1917-1918, but returned in 1919. A small Bitterroot was published in 1931 when most of the school was destroyed by a fire. 1934 also saw no yearbook but by 1937 the Bitterroot had a regular staff. Publication was again suspended from 1942 to 1945 because of World War 2. In 1956, The Bitter Root became one word, Bitterroot, which is the state flower of Montana. When the high school was split, Sentinel High School took the Bitterroot to the new location. This year's staff hopes to carry on the tradition of an award-winning publication.
Dates to know:
Photos should be approximately 2.5 x 3.5 vertical photos.
Photos should be at least 300 resolution, jpg, png, or TIFF format.
Payments can be made to the Bitterroot staff in the 500 Building at Sentinel. Please bring cash or checks made out to Sentinel High School.
8-21 to 8-31: $65
9-1 to 12-31: $75
1-1 to 3-31: $85
Senior ads (also called recognition ads, parent ads, etc.) may still be purchased through December 15. Senior ads are placed at the end of the yearbook to celebrate the accomplishments your children have made. They come in various sizes and showcase your child with whatever pictures you feel would fit best. These ads are a great way to share photos and make a lasting impression for your children.
Size of Ad: Cost of Ad:
Half Page $225.00
Quarter Page $100.00