• Meraki Fun Times

    By Aura Delgado Meraki means to leave a piece of yourself in your work. Some teachers don’t like it when students put how they feel in their writing. They will be assigned essays that don’t interest them, and as a result, they don’t try. Students typically only write for school: ...
  • Offsetting Stress in a Colorful Environment

    By Jori O'Grady Students are overwhelmed by rigorous and stressful classes that often don’t require much creativity. Despite this, Grandview keeps the hallway decorated with beautiful artwork. Kayla Seggelke, a junior, turns to art to alleviate the stress. “Art allows the structured curriculum at Grandview to be offset with free expression ...
  • Meraki Wants Your Writing And Art!

    There are three ways to submit your work: By clicking here to submit your writing to Meraki by April, 23rd. You can also submit via email by contacting Ms. Zilliox at: dzilliox@cherrycreekschools.org Lastly, you can submit by...wait for it... turning your work into your Language Arts teacher! Just be sure to let ...
  • A Modest Promposal

    By Michelle Rabinovich and Andrea Mocevic Grandview High School’s 2018 prom theme has been nothing if not controversial. The “Grand Dynasty” theme is a self claiming ode to both the East Asian culture and Grandview’s 20th anniversary. The majority of the Grandview community is in full support of this unique ...
  • Is Water Wet?

    By: Sami Stuart There’s always something that teenagers are obsessed with. In the 70s, it was roller skates and The Rocky Horror Picture Show. In the 80s, it was boomboxes-- picture John Cusack in Say Anything-- and rubik’s cubes. The 90s brought new fads: rollerblades, “The Macarena”, and boy bands ...
  • Ghost Town

    By Paige Montgomery Thirty seconds before I walked in to the Academic Success Center, Science Department Coordinator Brian Wood had just unlocked the door. Needless to say, it was deserted except for him and me. In order for one to understand why it is so deserted, everybody should know that the ...
  • The Right Brew For You

    By Jade Winton and Peyton Rutkowski Tired after a long night of studying? Need something to wake you up? Is your wallet empty or your gas low? We have the solution for you. After surveying Grandview students, researching the price of the generic black coffee, and finding the distance from ...
  • Grand-Ventilation

    By Jace Dicola Around this time of the year, we see countless kids missing school due to illness. Hygiene may be accepted as the most common culprit; however, many school’s ventilation systems could be contributing just as much if not more. That’s right everyone, according to Oluyemi Toyinbo from the ...
  • Parking Predicament

    By: Ashley Wiedeman and Ava Bonavia  The lower Grandview parking lot is a chaotic space full of new drivers causing it to be an unpredictable place. Junior Amber Hall has had her license for over a year and usually drives herself to school on a daily basis. She realizes the ...
  • When Wolves Walk

    By Jace DiCola On March 14th, 2018, hundreds of students marched out of Grandview High School. Students gathered on this day in order to raise awareness for and protest the multitude of school shootings, especially the recent Parkland Shooting. “The first step in fixing this issue is to raise awareness,” said ...