Mortar board tassel on high school year book.

Getting a yearbook is something a lot of teens look forward to at the end of the school year. Some students at one California high school weren’t too happy with what was inside. Ventura High School is now going to reprint their yearbooks after the original ones were printed with several inappropriate superlatives, including “Most Likely to Get Canceled.”

Senior Morgan Jensen got her yearbook last week and was surprised to see she was named “Best Dancer” and “Most Likely to be a TV Star.” But here’s the thing, she’s not a dancer. She posted about it on Snapchat and someone responded that the superlatives were just stickers and could be peeled off, but when she did, what was underneath was even worse. The sticker was covering the categories she and several other students had won: “Most Likely to Get COVID Twice” and “Most Likely to Be Canceled.”

Principal Carlos Cohen explained that those superlatives were somehow missed before the yearbooks were printed and were only noticed when they arrived. School officials tried to use the stickers to cover the offensive categories, but now they’re asking students to return their yearbooks and will be printing new ones to issue instead.

Source: ABC 7