The Abraham Lincoln High School Yearbook commemorates the past year of school through, photography, copy writing and graphic design. The Yearbook will highlight a variety of topics including sports, student life, academics and clubs. Yearbook is a form of journalism where students learn about yearbook production and new ways to innovate for the future. The yearbook class uses project based learning to help students explore skills that will help them to become competent, critical thinking and engaged citizens. Participating in the yearbook staff will help students to sharpen their problem solving skills and support their cognitive development. Students will be instructed in civic literacy, information gathering and digital citizenship. The goal of the Abraham Lincoln yearbook is to create a sense of community among students and staff.