Welcome, Trojans! Well, we do have a difficulty with this yearbook - it was an Office Copy, and I'm sorry to have to say it was missing most of the Seniors! If you are a '98 graduate, I hope you will consider contributing scans of pages 3-16. Please contact us using the email link if you can help!
This is the first picture I've seen of the Roadhouse Rock Café - I'm sure that picture will bring back some memories! Here's the theme detail from page 2:
on student opinion, life at George C. Marshall is pretty great. Terms such as "close knit", "incredibly friendly", and "very involved" describe the students, the teachers, and the community. Naturally, there are bad days and memories, but GCM students look
the bright side and take advantage of the valuable experiences that Turkey, our international unity, and our unforgettable relationships offer. Most people realize that we live
life many people can only dream about. And, of course, it's
that GCM students know how to have fun. In and out of the classroom, we make the best of every moment, take the good with the bad, and learn. This yearbook presents our greatest moments and our best friends, along with a few we'd rather forget! That's because it's based on a true
I thought the '97 graduating class was small with only 24 graduating, but in 1998 there were only 16 graduating Seniors! Still, a big year dominated by community service, with a clothes drive, donating eyeglasses to Turkish students, campus beautification by the Student Council, refurbishing of the Teen Club by the National Honor Society, and other fund-raising activities. Visits to the Roadhouse Rock Café and a trip for selected students to the 1998 Creative Connections Workshop in Oberwesel, Germany were highlights. You're sure to enjoy browsing this book!