The 2020 GPMS Yearbook Saves Memories, Trees and Money!
While other schools charge $35 - $100 for a yearbook, you can reserve your copy of The 2020 GPMS Yearbook for the amazing low price of... (are you sitting down?)...
Yes, you read that correctly; it only costs $20 to own a piece of GPMS history!
Last May, there were no unsold copies of The 2019 GPMS Yearbook by the last week of school... Don't miss out this year; reserve your copy now, at the link below!
When you order, you'll be reserving 72 full-color pages of GPMS memories (the 2019 yearbook had 64 pages)!
You may choose between a flexible, economical soft cover, or you may upgrade to a hardcover edition, for the small fee of $6.95!
There's no "catch" (no shipping & handling fee)! Yearbooks will be delivered to students & staff at school in May, 2020.
TreeRing, our yearbook publisher, uses recycled paper and has partnered with Trees for the Future to plant a tree for every yearbook purchased!
So... more pages, more options, more trees, less money! What are you waiting for? Click the link below, and reserve your copy now!
The 2020 GPMS Yearbook is being produced by the GPMS Press Corps - the same folks who bring you The GPMS Gazette; if you are a 6th, 7th, or 8th-grade GPMS student interested in joining the GPMS Press Corps, please see Mr. Thomas in room C112 for more information!
Your Yearbook , Your Cover!
We'd like to thank all of the talented artists and photographers who submitted designs for the 2020 GPMS Yearbook Cover Contest! Students and staff who had already reserved their yearbooks voted for their favorites, and the winner is... (please scroll down)
Voters Sofia Gonzales and Maria Pino discuss the awesome artwork submitted by students for the 2020 GPMS Yearbook!
Photo by Colton Renfro, GPMS Press Corps
Savannah Diaz stands by her winning design for the front cover of the 2020 GPMS Yearbook.
Photo by Tristan Guzman, GPMS Press Corps
Ashley Garcia stands by her winning design for the back cover of the 2020 GPMS Yearbook.
Photo by Coleton Christman, GPMS Press Corps
Meet the 2020 GPMS Yearbook Manager
After being elected by his peers in the GPMS Press Corps, Marky Trevino was knighted "2020 Yearbook Manager" by Mr. Thomas (that's a yardstick, not a sword).
Photo by Kylar Hudler, GPMS Press Corps
“GPMS is a great place to learn with your friends.”
Alexis Wolfe, GP Class of 2024