|Senior Editors||Michelle Chiu
|Photo Editors||Mary Kulesa
Amy Bunny Le
|Art Editors||Eloise Kadlecek
|Faculty Editors||Kristen Joseph
|Clubs Editors||Sophie Haskell
|Underclass Eds.||Eoin Daly
|Dedications Eds.||Gabrielle Effendi
|Sports Editors||Elena Cruz-Adames
|Academics Eds.||Takhmina Baykhanova
|Student Life Eds||Audrey Gibson
|Publications Ed.||Jacob Huang|
|Activities Eds.||Alisha DiPrimeo
|Music/Arts Eds.||Dylan Lewis
|Public Relations||Tiffany Atmadja|
Juniors are encouraged to apply for a position for the yearbook in early April. Interviews are conducted and the new staff is invited to a Meet ‘n Greet at the end of May. Both the outgoing and the incoming staff are invited to come together to share ice cream and ideas for the next year’s book.
Any student on the yearbook staff has open access to the yearbook office every day, during their free periods. There students have the use of a refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, computers, and a printer. Students can also help themselves to free cocoa and popcorn, both are replenished monthly.
The yearbook staff is responsible for coordinating Spirit Day, along with the SA officers, and their class sponsor. The staff paints the south lawn the evening before the panoramic shot depicting the entire senior class creating their graduation number.
Additionally, the morning of the last day of school prior to winter break, yearbook students are treated to brunch and host the Centrallizer students as well.