We are Patriots. We are Yearbook.

Triad, Owen Valley High School's yearbook

Yearbook provides the study and practice of gathering, analyzing, and reporting information. We cover photography, graphic design, writing, ad sales, and editing the annual student run yearbook, The Triad. This course also includes instruction in journalistic writing, layout, design, and typography. The concept of responsible journalism is discussed and followed. Student publications are expected to conform to an appropriate style guide, such as the Associated Press Stylebook and Libel Manual. Word processors, digital photography equipment, and desktop technology will be used to produce the class publications. Yearbook offers practical training in publishing the school yearbook. Students plan, publish, market, and distribute their publication. Students may take this course for successive terms if they meet higher standards of performance each time the course is taken.

Order your yearbook!

Stop by D109 or the office to pick up an order form, or visit the website here.

A sneek peak at some of our articles!

The yearbook contains many articles just like these examples:

Yearbook's In-depth Sports Coverage

Yearbook is your number one source of information reguarding Owen Valley sports. All avaliable information reguarding each OV sport is avaliable here, from victories and losses to individual successes among our athletes.

Event Image Collections From Our Staff

Yearbook has a multitude of images for each story. Every large event generates numerous pictures, hand selected by our staff to be placed in the yearbook. Every image used in the yearbook is of the highest quality manageable, so readers will always be pleased by our yearbook's visual aspect.

Patriots Have A Blast At Winter Homecoming

Patriots Tame the Mustangs

   The OV Patriots emerged victorious against the rival Edgewood Mustangs in multiple sports this fall. The Patriots won 3-2 in Tennis. Owen Valley also proved king of the net after a victory against the Mustangs in Volleyball, with a score of 3-2. This was the second consecutive year that the Ladies defeated Edgwood in five sets. We continued to prove superior both in Varsity and Junior Varsity Football for the second year in a row, and girls Cross Country defeated our rivals.

Patriots enjoy Fall Homecoming

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