High School Lets Seniors Dress Up for Hilarious School ID Photos
[Nov. 2, 2021: Arnesia Young]
Each year, the students of the graduating class are encouraged to dress up in costumes for their school ID pictures. (CREDIT: @lucinaelaz)
Senior year of high school is one that many people never forget. From prom to graduation, it is filled with memorable milestones from start to finish. Mixed in with those more formal traditions, there are a lot of fun and wacky ones as well—and the seniors at North Farmington High School in Farmington Hills, Michigan have a very unique tradition of their own to look forward to. Each year, the students of the graduating class are encouraged to dress up in costumes for their school ID pictures. North Farmington’s class of 2022 stepped up to the plate this time, and their creative and hilarious costumes are on point! Some teachers even got in on the action as well.
Like students from previous years, the NFHS senior class of 2022 drew their inspiration from a wide variety of sources. From well-known TV and movie characters to celebrities and recreations of hilarious memes, it’s great to see just how much fun they had with it. Some students got really creative and even coordinated their pictures for double the fun. Several dynamic duos make an appearance, including Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy from SpongeBob as well as Wayne and Garth from Wayne’s World. And there is so much more where that came from.
Scroll down to see some of this year’s funniest school ID pictures from North Farmington High School. To find even more gems, check out the NFHS Seniors Twitter page or search the hashtag #NFID22.
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