Last Updated: Dec 16, 2016
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A yearbook encapsulates all of the fond memories from your time in school. As a senior, you want to leave behind a legacy, and your senior quote is the perfect place to make your mark. The quote might be a funny inside joke, a snippet from a favorite author or a traditional message wishing everyone thanks and good luck.
If you’re struggling for ideas, we put together a list of 60 of the best yearbook quotes to help. The class clowns can sort through the funny yearbook quotes, while the honor students may choose to go the traditional yearbook quote route.
Whichever you choose, make sure you get it right, because it will follow your picture around forever. Then, after the yearbooks are delivered and signed, don’t forget to share the news of your achievement with a graduation announcement.
60 Memorable Yearbook Quotes
Instructions: Click through the buttons below to sort quotes by mood and recipient.
See kids...I told you I was good looking in high school.
No more homework, no more books! No more teacher’s dirty looks!
You called me the class clown. You think I’m funny? Funny how?
I don’t always graduate, but when I do, I barely graduate.
Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know if you’re gonna graduate.
This was so easy a caveman could do it.
I finally learned how to right good.
To the class below me: Stay here as long as you can. Cherish it.
I didn’t know these captions were due today.
I’m way cuter in person.
I cheated on all my exams.
My sentence is up. I’m finally free!
If you’re reading this, future me, put down this book and do something more productive.
They asked me to write something. So here it is: Something.
High School Musical is pretty unrealistic.
If movies have taught me anything, now the real fun starts.
Any pizza is a personal pizza if you try hard enough.
You will regret not dating me in high school.
If I’ve learned one thing in school it’s that these quotes are the only thing that matter.
I know what you’re all thinking, ’How did I pass this guy up?’
One day I will rule the world.
Dear future self, ’Always remember who got you where you are today.’
If I still look this good in 10 years, I’ll be happy.
Can I please stay another year? - said no one.
Roads? Where I’m going, I won’t need roads.
Are you looking at me? Are YOU looking at ME?
Does this photo make me look fat?
This quote is too important to screw up, so I’m playing it safe.
The saddest thing in life is wasted talent
— A Bronx Tale
If you follow your dreams, you are capable of anything.
A big thank you to my friends, family, and teachers for making me who I am today.
I’m outta here! See you guys later!
I know that I will look back on these days as being the happiest of my life.
You can’t move forward without saying goodbye to the past. I will miss you all.
Thanks for all of the memories. I had the time of my life! Miss you all!
Don’t stop thinking about tomorrow. It’ll soon be here.
See you all at the 10 year reunion!
I’ve learned from the bad times and was humbled by the good. Thank you for all of the great life lessons.
Thanks Mom and Dad! I couldn’t have done it without you!
We made it! #YOLO
Goodbye old boyfriends. Hello new boyfriends!
Good luck to all my boys in the grade below.
Thank you teachers for never giving up on me.
How can I sum up my amazing time here in such a short space?
What can I say about school? I laughed. I cried. It was fun.
I am going to cure cancer and walk on Mars.
I bequeath my locker to my younger brother.
Wow! I’m glad that’s over!
Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.
— Dr. Seuss
All our dreams can come true...if we have the courage to pursue them.
— Walt Disney
And now the ACTUAL hard work starts.
I’ll never forget these great years with all of you!
Thanks to all my bros! See you soon!
I can’t believe how quickly time passes. Peace!
Where has the time gone? I’ll miss you all dearly.
When the last bell rings, I might actually miss this place.
I love our class! Good luck to all of the Seniors!
Teach me knowledge and good judgment, for I trust your commands.
— Psalm 119:66