Marquee Yearbook


The Marquee is a student run publication of young, passionate journalists. Our goal is to provide the student body with a timeless keepsake that will preserve the unique memories and talents within Dreyfoos. Now more than ever, it is important to us that we create a book that unites our student body and accurately voices our students experiences through visual and verbal storytelling. 

Isabella Ramirez


“I am looking forward most to pushing the boundaries of what we can do with yearbook, especially in a year as unconventional as this one. I want to capture the essence of Dreyfoos through our book and deliver to the students our best yearbook yet.”

Emma Kaminski


“I am looking forward to telling the stories of students along with the rest of the staff.”

Olivia Arnold

Managing Editor

“I am looking forward to being able to capture a year that is so different from the past. Something we can truly document as one of a kind.”

Emma-Jade Cantrell


“I’m looking forward to all the amazing coverage we’re going to complete this year, and I’m also looking forward to bonding with everyone on the staff!”

Katherine Oung

design editor

“I am looking forward to documenting a historic year in the world and at our school in a creative and beautiful way.”

Kamryn Bailey

Photo Editor

“I am most looking forward to seeing all of the emotions and capturing it in a photo when we all finally return.”

Kaylie Martling

reference editor

“I love getting to create an amazing book every year, and I know that this year is going to be our best book yet! The reference section is going to have some big changes and I’m super excited to experiment and figure out a way to get everyone covered and create a beautiful section that everyone will enjoy.”

Willow Hackett


“I’m looking forward to covering spirit week because that week is always very hectic, but also rewarding.”

Emma Kutcher

Copy editor

“I am excited to be able to collaborate with the staffers and work on their writing. I am also excited to be able to work on new projects and being able to contribute to design and photo.”

Shelby Godfrey


“I am looking forward to exploring the different, non-traditional ways in which we can gather content and provide coverage for this school year. I am excited to work alongside many talented peers, to expand our brand through social media, and to make sure students are excited for our best yearbook yet!”

Sofia Manocchio

public relations editor

“”This year, I am most looking forward to being able to know my staff better, create the best yearbook, capture memories, and have the best year possible.”

Bridget Frawley

coverage staffer

“I am most looking forward to showcasing the voices and talent of the student body, and capturing the memories of the year!”

Sarah Sams

coverage staffer

“I’m looking forward to being a part of the whole publication community and making new friends with people in the staff!”

Faith Parkinson​


“I’m looking forward to learning more about the student body.”

Madison Floyd

design staffer

“As part of the Marquee, I am most looking forward to seeing the end product.”

Brighton Moffitt

design staffer

“I am most looking forward to meeting new people and helping to create an amazing keepsake.”

Isabelle Holcombe

design staffer

“I’m most looking forward to covering spirit week, I think that those spreads will be so fun to make.”

Penelope Ryan

photo staffer

“I’m looking forward to contributing to a book that the entire school can enjoy.”

Leonie Okunyade

photo staffer

“I am most looking forward to seeing the book come together and to see all of our hard work being shown.”

Julia Smerling

photo staffer

“I’m most looking forward to learning new lessons and skills and all the stories I’m going to cover or help someone cover.”

Angie Capalbo

photo staffer

“I’m looking forward to networking through journalism.”

Bree Angiolillo

reference staffer

“I am most looking forward to getting to know our new staffers and seeing how we all work together to create something that represents our school, despite the challenges and curveballs being thrown our way this year.”

Guyberson Pierre

business staffer

“I’m most excited to see how we’re able to adapt our coverage to a more digitalized era. Being able to capture moments that will last is of the utmost importance, considering the unprecedented times that were in.”

Ryden Trimble

social media staffer

“I am most looking forward to seeing our finished book.”

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