Yearbook & Book Archive


You can purchase yearbooks and yearbook advertisements online here or by clicking the icons on this page.

Students can also bring checks and cash to the school bank to purchase books.

Books typically arrive between late April and mid-May.

Any additional questions can also be forwarded to the advisor Mac Pham at


There are two ways to get portraits taken.

Option 1: There are flexible photo studio appointments any time before Feb. 9th. Students will come to a professional studio for their portrait photos. This is the best way to pick your favorite photo in a no-rush environment and setting.

Go to or click the icon on this page to make an appointment.

Option 2: There is a single 3 hour window for on-campus portraits in the MPR. This is the only on-campus opportunity for students. Students have a chance on campus at the MPR from 12:00pm - 3:00pm on Feb. 7th


Santa Teresa High School's Yearbook and Journalism class is a comprehensive, four-year college-prep course that serves as an English B-Elective, contributing to GPA and graduation credits.

Fostering a collaborative atmosphere, the class offers hands-on experience in professional design using programs like Photoshop, In-Design, and Canva, shaping the Yearbook as a cherished representation of the school community. Students also utilize photography equipment to capturing compelling images. 

Find out more here.


If students need to make up a photo or needs an ID card, they can contact the yearbook advisor, Mac Pham, in Room 302 or by making a tutorial appointment.

This is for students who enroll mid-year or have missed photo day.

Contact him via email at