• Wish Week 2019

    By: Julia Cacciavillani Wish Week 2019 has begun! Support our wish kid for this year, Hawk, both in spirit and by going to events! Don’t forget about Miss Grandview at 7pm on Wednesday, or the basketball games on Friday starting at 4pm with Unified Basketball. Make sure to go to ...
  • Lax On Wheels

    By Kenzie Wager Lacrosse is known as the fastest sport on two feet. Take the ability to use those legs away and it could be the fastest sport on wheels, behind race car driving, cycling, and a slew of other road sports. The Grandview Boys Lacrosse team added wheels to ...
  • Coordinators to Transition

    By: Paige Montgomery As second semester wears on, three new department coordinators are handing the reins over. While departments are not the same, the department coordinators roughly serve the same function for their departments. “I got into being coordinator to help facilitate curriculum growth and to help improve student learning,” ...
  • More Than a Coach

    By Ava Bonavia Photos courtesy of Jade Winton and Brisen Wright One of the most important aspects of a sport is how the coach and athlete interact. At Grandview the strong coach-athlete relationships help to mold and create strong State champions. Josh Ulitzky, who has been coaching for 23 years and is the Girl’s Basketball coach, goes beyond just ...
  • Let Americans Work Again

    By: Kate Kerner The world was ending. Or, at least the U.S government was. The 2018-2019 shutdown of the U.S. government was the longest shut down in U.S. history. On January 25, when the shutdown reached a peak of 35 days, the President and Congress reached an agreement that instead ...
  • Grandview Presents: Black History Month Lunchtime Lecture Series

    There will be a Black History Month Lunchtime Lecture Series in the library classroom.  There will be one lecture per week, and information about each lecture, including the speaker, topic, and date, is on the attached flyer.  Pizza will be provided for students who attend. Also in celebration of Black History Month, ...
  • Wolves Win Big

    By Kenzie Wager Photos by Danielle Armitage The Grandview boys basketball team is surrounded by rivalries. Fortunately, the Wolves came out victorious at each rival game so far. The Smoky Hill game ended with a thirteen point margin. Cherry Creek was beat in a 73-47 blowout. The Raptors were defeated in a last-minute ...
  • End of the Road

    By Kristina Boyko From the moment that they walked out on the stage at the state competition, Grandview’s cheerleading team never expected to win the title of number one in the state, and have the privilege of going to Nationals. Although this year’s cheer season brought good memories to both the athletes ...
  • Weight Room For Improvement?

    Grandview's athletic equipment isn't bad, but there's room for improvement. By: Josiel Loya Ontiveros Having the same athletic equipment for nearly 20 years is no good for a school with pride and honor when it comes down to being a top athletic school, especially if we are the ones who ...
  • All Eyez on Me

    By: Rayne Ware If it was up to me, I would be at CT or Eaglecrest. As a black student at Grandview, I am one of the many that just want to get the school year over with and I feel that young, educated, minority men and women shouldn’t have ...