• Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes

    Dress code is one of the biggest struggles high schoolers have to face to express ourselves. The dress code now-a-days has slowly focused towards women, making the dress code more and more sexist. By Jade Winton In the student handbook it says that, “Clothing should cover the body from shoulder ...
  • 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 ...
  • More Than a Photo

    By Mariah Clute “It’s a language.” Visual Arts isn’t just theatre, painting, drawing and music; it’s also photography. “It’s not really considered a fine art form completely because you see images everywhere: on billboards and on magazines. I think people take it for granted,” said Amanda Arlington,the photography teacher at ...
  • Barnes & Noble Bookfair 12/9-12/14

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  • “We’re In High School, Learn to Hit the Toilet!”

    By Jace Dicola Grandview has a sanitation problem and only the students can fix it. Bathrooms that make you want to just hold it for the day, tables in the cafeteria an animal wouldn’t eat off of, and staircases that make you want to buy a house with only one ...
  • Distinguishing Teachers

    By Michelle Rabinovich Grandview’s teachers should be top tier and respected as such. The current Teacher of the Year Award winning process accomplishes neither. It is once again time to cast your votes for Grandview High School’s Distinguished Teacher Award (DTA), or “Teacher of the Year” as it is commonly ...
  • Time to Take Our Health Seriously

    Forget all the 90’s videos you expected to watch in health this year. By Haleigh Moller For years Grandview students have been forced to suffer through a full semester of health in order to graduate. However, the curriculum in this department has caused questions to be raised regarding whether or ...
  • Inclusion Fusion

    By Ava Bonavia Inclusion week, a time to include and embrace everyone in Grandview High School, and see the school through the individuality of others. Inclusion week has been an idea that has been thought of and planned over a long time. Teacher Linda Snelgrove added, “This year leaders of the ...
  • Chloe Wheeler: “Your Strings Won't Hold Me No More”

    By Jori O'Grady “There's only two types of people from what I've heard: the ones that fit the mold and the ones that change the world.” Chloe Wheeler, under the stage name Spider Kid, starts off singing in her newly released song, ‘‘Strings.” On Wednesday, October 18th, sophomore Chloe Wheeler announced ...
  • Erica Lopez: Coming Full Circle

    By Paige Montgomery  Erica Lopez is your friendly neighborhood Spanish teacher. Little did you know she went to school here too. Erica Lopez is one of the first faces Spanish-speakers see when they walk into Grandview. Over the years, she has taught Spanish One, Two, and Three. Now she’s even ...