Yearbook Photos Altered Because Of Dress Code

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At Bartram Trail High School in St. Johns County, Fla., 80 of the students' portraits were digitally edited to add more clothing to chests and shoulders.

All of the students are female.

Students and parents were shocked and embarrassed when they got their copies of the $100 yearbook.

The school district said that the decision to edit the photos was made by the yearbook coordinator who deemed the photos were in violation of the school's dress code.

Critics have pointed out that the yearbook has unedited photos of the men's swim team in Speedos, but earlier this year dozens of girls were taken out of class in one day for dress code violations. Many of the girls reported they were asked to unzip their fully zipped sweatshirts in front of other students and teachers to reveal tank tops and sports bras, which were then deemed in violation.

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