Welcome to the online home of Embers, the Amity Regional High School yearbook! The yearbook is designed annually by a team of student editors who work to complete a new edition from cover to cover. It has been produced annually since 1956.
Editor-in-Chief: Elizabeth Frieden
Faculty Advisor: Mr. Ken Clark
Assistant Advisor: Mr. Tim Gaipa
All pre-orders ($70) must be placed by November 17th. The regular ordering window will then open and the price will increase to:
– $75 on November 18th
– $80 on January 16th
The online ordering system will close on April 23rd, and all yearbooks must be purchased at the school level while supplies last from that point on.
Have a question about a yearbook order your placed?
Call our publisher’s order center at 866-287-3096.
Copies of yearbooks from previous years are still available, as well!
Prices and inventory are subject to change.
Not sure what to order?
Click here to view the senior portrait price list and brochure.
Have a question about a photo order your placed?
Call Robert Taylor Photography at 203-377-0739 or visit their website.
Embers is designed for and by Amity, and that means you, as a member of the Amity community, can be a part of it! Are you an athlete or a coach? A club member or a club advisor? Would you like us to take photos of your upcoming game, activity, or event? Fill out the photography request form and let us know! Want to share your pictures with us for possible use in the yearbook? It’s never been easier! Just click the button above and upload away!
Want a way to honor your graduating senior in a way that he/she can look back on forever? Want to advertise your business in a local publication with a guaranteed adult and teen readership? Purchase an ad in the yearbook—it’s easy! Have a creative flair? You can design your own ad online! Not your thing? No problem! Just download, print, and submit an ad form and we’ll do the design work for you!
Looking for some inspiration? Click here to see some examples of grad ads from years past (note: please be patient while waiting for the samples to load; it’s a large file).