Making Memories you can Save Forever
The Yearbook this year was put together by the GPA Yearbook class. This is the second year we've done Yearbook as a class, so we used the same Yearbook template design from last year. Each student helped to create at least 5-6 pages (totally around 55 pages from the class). The GPA Photography Club provided photos this year, and the winner of the cover design contest was Richard Kim. Please congratulate your friends who contributed to this effort (pictured below).
Yearbook logo: inspired by Overwatch
Original cover idea: Andrew Choi
Cover design winner: Richard KimAlternate versions
The first section of the Yearbook shows the GPA class rosters and student pictures. No Yearbook would be complete without these! Thanks to everyone Mr. Fuller and the administration for helping set up the Picture Day!
Section Two gathers together all the photos from the most memorable classes, activities, and events of the last year - and includes pictures of familiar faces of some of our friends who left in the winter.
The final section of the Yearbook collects the results of our Entertainment survey we took. Each student in the Yearbook class had a hand in choosing the photos and layout for these pages. Good job on all your hard work!
It's fun to be able to look back and remember the good times you had and the events that were happening. So this Yearbook includes at least four ways for you to remember 2016-2017.
After the Spring 2017 graduation ceremony, I added a new page to the Yearbook with pictures specifically from that event. It's nice to see all of our graduates celebrating their accomplishments as they get ready to head off into the next stage of life.
Excited to see what's inside these pages? Download your copy here!
And if you're interested in contributing to the 2017-2018 Yearbook, be sure to tell Mr. White. The next Yearbook will be designed & finished in Spring semester 2018!
Here are alternate downloads if you want something different.