Yearbook: See What I Mean?

Archana Ajay ‘18
EE Staff Photographer


The front cover of the THS Trillium’s 2015-2016 yearbook.

Every year, thousands of high school students buy a yearbook in order to preserve the memories from throughout the school year. Trumbull High School prides itself on having some of the best yearbooks in the country. Last year, students were inspired by the theme “Better for It.” Students who have made a difference in their own lives or in the community were showcased in the Trillium. This year, the theme is “See What I Mean?”. Sheryl John, a section leader for Academics, says,  “It’s about how people think 90’s kids are spoiled and self absorbed, but in reality, they’re wrong. It’s a take on how we see the world and school.” The yearbook is full of examples of people’s experiences and how they see classes, sports, and a plethora of other perspectives.  The Trillium should be coming out around May or June, and you can save money by ordering it before January 18, 2017. See the school website for more details.

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