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The best high school yearbook quotes from the class of 2018

Dream big, class of 2018!

May 23, 2018, 10:39 am

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Stacey Ritzen

2018 has unarguably been an uplifting year for teens. Just when we thought they couldn’t possibly bounce back from Tide Pods, the tragedy in Parkland showed the strength and perseverance of its young survivors who came rising like a phoenix out of the ashes to spearhead the #NeverAgain movement. And while they may have a long road ahead of them, this generation of newly minted 18-year-olds will likely amass on the polls in November in a way we’ve never seen before. Make no mistake–change is coming, and we’ll soon have our teen overlords to thank for it.

So to celebrate these graduating seniors, what better way than to take a look at some of the best and brightest … yearbook quotes! Yearbook quotes have always been a platform for high school students to show off their creativity (not to mention comedic chops), and this latest crop is no exception.

Senior Jacob Jordan did a spoof on a Bible verse:

Others found ways to work in their favorite pop culture references, such as this pitch-perfect Stranger Things callback.

Or this Harry Potter fan, who waited 12 years for this.

https://twitter.com/luvrjk/status/998618406663393281

One thing I’ll never understand is today’s teens’ obsession with Friends, but heck, if they enjoy it, more power to them.

Then there was this student who slipped in some Gucci Mane.

https://twitter.com/Adrianasokay_/status/997620093415804928

Sure, this one may be the same as a viral quote from last year, but what can I say, I admire her moxie.

https://twitter.com/bbernierxo/status/998582916283236353

Girl…

School administrators likely had no idea—no idea!—that this was a reference to a dirty Vine.

But if I had to declare a winner here, I give it to this cancer survivor who clearly hasn’t lost his sense of humor.

Congrats to the class of 2018. May all your yearbook quotes be so legendary.

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*First Published: May 23, 2018, 10:39 am