My Apollo High school yearbook from 1989, "Splash of Spirit," includes superlatives such as "Cutest," "Smartest," "Funniest" and "Most Likely to Succeed."
I was unofficially known as "most likely to not show up on any list." Unless it was a list of most likely to be forgotten.
But most of the yearbook is pretty forgettable. Not like the junior high yearbook that includes a ranking of students most likely to set fire to the prime minister's official residence.
Maybe that doesn't sound like something that should be in a yearbook. But hey, it was done under the guidance of a teacher.