In the fall of 2014, Lawrence High School in Lawrence, Kansas, started sending out free photo albums to its students.
The photos, which were uploaded to Flickr, were so popular that the school started inviting students to take photos at their school.
“We had the best students and we were able to do it at such a small campus,” says Jennifer Kosten, a senior at Lawrence High.
“And so, that’s why it works, because it’s a small community, so the photos are more accessible to a larger audience.”
The photos can be found on Flickr and shared with others, which is one of the reasons Flickr has become such a popular photo sharing platform for high school students.
But there’s more to it than just a fun photo sharing feature.
It also makes it easier for high schools to organize their students and share their photos on the platform.