The Weber School yearbook is a beloved school tradition that transcends social networks and mobile devices, and like all traditional storytelling, The Infinity captures the year’s events, preserves history, and showcases our school’s unique stories. Not only are Weber’s yearbook students gaining skills in graphic design, journalism, and teamwork, they are creating an amazing keepsake that our school and community will cherish for years to come.
Editor in Chief Lilly Levy feels the yearbook is more important now than ever, saying, “With all the COVID madness happening in schools, from new ways to teach and learn to changes in social events, with masks and hand sanitizer at every turn, our yearbook has quite the story to tell! It’s crazy to think that decades from now, people will look at yearbooks from 2021-2022 with disbelief at what we all endured and persevered through in school.”
Yearbook adviser and Director of Student Programming Michelle Geppert concurs: “Yearbooks are vital primary sources for future generations and serve as an important history book. They are an important historical document of the people and events from the school year. If you don’t capture the story of the year, how will it be remembered?”
The Weber School, a Jewish Community high school serving students from all Jewish backgrounds, prepares students for success in college and in life with comprehensive academic and co-curricular programs that inspire student exploration, leadership, and Jewish social consciousness. Many of our programs and academies are unique to Weber and can't be found at any other Atlanta-area high schools.
The Felicia Penzell Weber Jewish Community High School admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin.