Guarantee you get a yearbook by pre-purchasing

Feb. 24 is the last day to pre-purchase a yearbook before prices go up

The 2022-23 Trojan Epic Yearbook staff. Front row: Josie Schwartz, Megan Barnes, Kevy Huynh, Sigrid Rossi, Alex Filiero, Akshethaa Naveen-Kumar. Middle row: Ceci De Young, Olivia Boeglin, Wesal Haroun, Ivy Hendrickson, Lienah Ali, Jumana Altom. Back row: Rachel Swack, Melissa Uc, Sidney Tranel, Zoe Scott, Ava Bruxvoort, Maryn Reimers.

The last day to pre-purchase a 2022-23 Trojan Epic Yearbook is Feb. 24. Pre-purchasing is the only way to guarantee students receive a yearbook, since the TE staff only orders a limited number of extra yearbooks to sell in the spring. Pre-purchased books cost $75, while books sold on site in the spring will cost $80.

To pre-purchase a book, check to see if you already purchased a book, be added to the Scholarship Yearbook waiting list or donate a book to a graduating senior, visit If you prefer to pay in-person, stop by room 111. If you have any questions, email Trojan Epic Adviser Sara Whittaker at [email protected].

The Trojan Epic staff submits yearbook pages to be printed throughout the year, and they will finish the last 40 pages of the 200-page book before spring break. This allows the book to be printed and distributed before seniors graduate in the spring.

After finishing the yearbook, the TE staff works on an Extended Edition, which covers spring and summer sports and activities. The Extended Edition tucks into the back of the 2022-23 yearbook and will be available for current 9th-11th graders to pick up at registration, in English classrooms and outside room 111 in the fall. Senior yearbook buyers can fill out a mailing request form if they are unable to pick up a copy at West this fall.

If students still haven’t picked up a 2022 Extended Edition, they can pick one up outside room 111 or view digitally here.