• We Are One

    By: Paige Montgomery  Photos courtesy of: Tony Castonguay As Inclusion Week comes to a close, a new movement has popped out of the event. Tony Castonguay, a junior, started a #weareonemovement through Instagram, Snapchat, and Twitter. “I work with special needs kids so I thought it would be good to ...
  • Showcasing Student Artists

    By Jori O'Grady Grandview’s art show celebrates the talented student artists from Grandview and its feeder schools. The night is filled with live music from Grandview’s band and orchestra, and even middle and elementary school musicians; delicious food prepared by Prostart, hands on art activities, and, of course, the beautiful ...
  • "Not Your Business"

    By: Caleigh Daugherty Are you excited about business? The answer is probably no, but why? We’re all familiar with the typical jobs in America such as accountants, retail salespersons, or general office clerks. However, there are many more opportunities out there. Students are rarely exposed to other jobs, like the ...
  • Cheers to Grandview's GrandBrew!

    By Ashley Wiedeman and Kristina Boyko Are you ever sitting in your first period class feeling super tired? If so, then support the GrandBrew students and order a cup of coffee! GrandBrew is a program done by the ILC community. Students come to classrooms and take orders from any student ...
  • Grandview’s Green Thumb

    By Max Reid As of last September, one of the newest clubs to infiltrate the student body is the Horticultural Society, sponsored by James Pembrook and founded by Amanda Yu. Google describes horticulture as “relating to the art or practice of garden cultivation and management”, but in reality it’s not ...