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Missing yearbooks available for student purchase

The oldest yearbooks only have two to four copies left.

The oldest yearbooks only have two to four copies left.

Photo taken by Ashley Gomez

The oldest yearbooks only have two to four copies left.

Photo taken by Ashley Gomez

Photo taken by Ashley Gomez

The oldest yearbooks only have two to four copies left.

Ashley Gomez, Writer

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Earlier versions of this article about old yearbooks being put up for sale incorrectly said that the yearbook club will be moving into a new room. Only the yearbooks will be moving into a new room. This version has been corrected.

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The Yearbook Club has a multitude of former Highland High School yearbooks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

As the yearbooks move into a new classroom, some will find a new home.

This year the yearbook staff  is going to be selling some of the old yearbooks. The prices will vary, depending on the year that you want. Some of the years that have fewer copies  will be sold for over 100 dollars.

The books go all the way back to 1961. Anyone is allowed to buy a yearbook from any past year. You can buy them as long as there are copies left.

They will be advertised in a few ways.

“The plan is to create a google sheet that would list how many of each copy we have so that it can be updated, and post this on the high school and district website. This way we can update as we sell, and the public can see. As of right now, some of our staffers are sharing the info by word of mouth,” said yearbook adviser Sherri Terrell.

Students had a variety of opinions about buying yearbooks from a previous year.

Senior Erica Felix said, “Maybe because my stepdad went here.”

“No, I wouldn’t think about buying it just because I would never look at it,” said senior Megan Olszanski.

Senior William Akanbi said, “No, I wouldn’t buy it because it is a waste of money.”

“Yeah I would definitely buy one because it sounds cool,” said freshman Elizabeth Branch.