• Clouds a Rollin’

    By: Simone Gray “When you are sitting in school bored then after class I want go to the bathroom to get a little buzz so I feel better,” said a junior. The national average for high schoolers vaping is in the millions and Grandview is definitely contributing to this average. ...
  • Meraki's 2018 Halloween Horror & Mystery Contest

    Meraki's Halloween Horror & Mystery Contest Submit your original writing or artwork here by October 31st. Grand winner will win a creepy, spooky prize! You can also submit your entries directly to Ms. Zilliox at  dzilliox@cherrycreekschools.org
  • Chick-fil-A, better than ever

    By: Brisen Wright It’s bad enough for students that Chick-fil-A is closed on Sunday. Now, Chick-fil-A by Southlands has been closed since August 30th for a temporary remodel on their kitchen and parts of the front counter that impact Grandview students and the customers that walk in and out every ...
  • Hustle

    By Lizzy Leung Making varsity is a goal that every high school athlete wants to achieve, but managing to be at the top on two or three varsity teams? Almost unheard of.   Ian Oltman, a senior, participates in the Grandview varsity soccer and football team. Cobi Wood, a senior, ...
  • Cultural Appropriation: It's What Makes Us Human

    By Mia Nguyen White girls in áo dài (pronounced ow-yai) Ask me what the weirdest thing I’ve ever seen is, and that’s the answer you’d get. And no, it’s not because it was visually disturbing, or gross, or weird in any of those common meanings, but it was weird in ...
  • Take a Break

    By: Brynn McCabe Between the 2017 and 2018 school year at Grandview, there have been 16,182 unexcused absences. 38% of all absences. Throughout the rigors of high school, many students feel the inclination to skip classes. And whether it be to sleep, study, or even be with friends, it’s just ...
  • Kirsten Strong

    By: Sami Stuart and Ashley Wiedeman Cancer is one word that nobody likes to hear. Kirsten Tielbur, a Grandview senior, has had to hear it all summer, when she was diagnosed with Stage 3 Ovarian Cancer in June. Just as anyone else would be, she was distressed when first hearing ...
  • My Strange Addiction: Powerschool

    By: Paige Montgomery Not knowing your own addiction is the first sign, that you are, in fact, an addict. So admitting that you have a PowerSchool problem now will bring you one step closer to conquering it (or not). Some people can literally recite every single grade average they have, ...
  • Grandview Loses by One Point in Homecoming Rivalry Game Against Eaglecrest

    By: Danielle Armitage Grandview's Homecoming football game comes to a devastating end after losing a three touchdown lead late in the fourth quarter to rival school Eaglecrest.  With just over four minutes left in the third quarter, Grandview’s football team was up by three touchdowns over Eaglecrest. They started out ...
  • (Home) Coming to Win

    By Ava Bonavia One year ago the football team walked off the field quietly and gathered in the locker rooms, defeated. They suffered a loss of 21-14 against their rivals, Eaglecrest, during their homecoming game.  This year they’re playing for a win. Last year's defeat was a hard pill to ...