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Parents blast Florida high school for editing at least 60 ‘inappropriate’ yearbook photos of female students

Bartram Trail High School in St. John is pictured

By Andrew Court

The parents of Florida high school students are demanding an apology after their daughters’ yearbook photos were edited to cover up their chests

Officials at Bartram Trail High School in St. John reportedly ordered more than 60 snaps in their 2021 yearbook to be photoshopped because they were ‘inappropriate’.

A majority of the pictures that were edited featured female students, and the school is now facing allegations of sexism.

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