Senior Talks


  • Use only the highest quality photos, videos, and music for your video - any imperfections are magnified on the screens and sound system in the sanctuary.

  • Videos can be created in any program as long as you can export the project to a finished video file in .mov (Quicktime) format. Programs like iMovie (Mac), Windows MovieMaker (PC), Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro, etc. are all capable of producing quality videos. If you create your video on an iPad or other mobile device, you are responsible for moving it off to a computer.

  • Videos should be in widescreen format and in high definition (1920 x 1080 or 1080p) for best viewing.

  • We will ONLY play videos provided as a single computer-based file. NO DVDs will be accepted, nor can we plug personal laptops or other devices into our system.

  • Once your video is ready, upload it to your Google Drive and share it with Mr. Hasty (, Chris Lusardo ( and Jared Behler ( - he will need it for the day of your talk).

If you have any questions about the above stipulations or need any assistance getting started, please see Mr. Cuison in the high school computer lab.

It's that time seniors - time to give your Senior Talk. On this page, you'll find everything you need to know to make your talk the most impactful and memorable experience for you, your family, and your peers.


Below you will find the Senior Talk Schedule and the Guidelines. At the end of the Guidelines, please pay close attention to lunch time rules for the senior and any other student going to lunch with them.

Live streaming of your Senior Talk will be made available to view online at Following the event, your Class of 2021 Senior Talks video can be found and downloaded here. (password: sbavideo)