Yearbook Journalism

Trevia Day
  • Yearbook Journalism is a full-year course designed to introduce students to the production of New Trier’s annual yearbook, Trevia.

    Students learn and put into practice the principles of journalism, including reporting, interviewing, writing and editing, as well as of photojournalism, learning the basics of digital photography including camera operation and shooting various types of subject matter including sporting events, performing arts, and candid portraits. Other topics covered in the course include graphic design and the basics of creating and maintaining a visual theme through yearbook design. Staff members who choose to continue in subsequent years may apply to become editors of the New Trier yearbook, Trevia, in subsequent years. Class members should also expect to spend several hours a week after school working on the yearbook either in the office or on assignment around the community. This course fulfills the graduation requirement for fine and/or practical arts.


    For any questions about the course, please contact Mr. Kevin Bond at



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  • Can't commit to a full-year course? Join Yearbook Club!

    Yearbook Club meets on Wednesdays from 3:40-4:30 and also during all lunch periods on Wednesdays. We meet in the Trevia Office, room 013 at Winnetka. Join us anytime. New members are always needed to take pictures, write stories, and design pages.  Email Mr. Bond if you have questions, or go here to sign up.