• The Grand Art Show

    By: Julia Cacciavillani At 5-7:30 PM at Grandview on April 16, between 1,500 and 2,000 people will come to enjoy the diverse display that has been assembled at our school. There are many types of artists. Graphic artists use tablets and complex programs to make their ideas come to vibrant ...
  • Isaac Smith 4/15

    Information compiled by Ava Bonavia Photos courtesy of Lizzy Leung What inspired you to play baseball? I've just been playing it since I was a kid and I've always loved it What's your favorite tv show? The Office and Grey's Anatomy If you could be one famous person who would ...
  • The State of Music

    By: Sami Stuart  You see them at school. You see them in the hallways, in classes, and in the library. But what you don’t know is how hard they’ve worked to get to this point. Late nights, overworked hands. Practicing over and over and over again, until they get that ...
  • [Opinion] Standardized Tests do not Measure Intelligence

    By Jori O'Grady Standardized tests were established in the mid-1800s as a “fair” way to assess students’ intelligence and abilities across the country. Though it wasn't till the early 2000s when standardized testing was popularized under the guise as a legitimate measure of student, teacher, school, principal, district, and state ...
  • Mandy Brockamp 4/8

    Information compiled by Ava Bonavia  Photos courtesy of Dawn Catherine Photography Mandy Brockamp is a varsity lacrosse player. Why do you play lacrosse? I play lacrosse because it's my favorite thing to do in the world and I feel centered when I play and it's the best way to meet ...
  • Sydney McDaniel 4/2

    Information compiled by Kristina Boyko Sydney McDaniel is a sophomore who has been playing with the Grandview’s Girls Tennis Team for two years. If you could be any celebrity for a day who would you be and what would you do? I wouldn't really want to be a celebrity because ...
  • A Slice of Smock

    By: Kate Kerner Brian Smock is your typical, run-of-the-mill sophomore. He's planning his future, figuring out his family life, and is part of a friend group he would die for. He has also moved over seven times, and is part of an Air Force family, so things like moving, hunting, ...
  • A Grand New View: Elene Barrenetxea

    By: Anushka Ravindran  After traveling over 5000 miles, from the Basque Country, Spain, to Colorado, Elene  Barrenetxea, Grandview junior, has grasped every opportunity that has come her way. Her story is unique because she is staying with Mr. Luetkenhaus, a teacher in the Social Studies Department here at Grandview. Elene ...
  • Wolves go for a swim in Florida

    By Ava Bonavia and Lizzy Leung Photos courtesy of Ryan Depew Last week, the Grandview Varsity Baseball team got the chance to play against high ranking teams in Florida. “It was a trip of a lifetime, I got to hang out with my best friends and play the game I ...
  • GHS Confessions Not Shutting Down

    By: Lizzy Leung and Jori O'Grady “I wish my crush knew who I was,” Freshman, Female. “Pickles and mayo is the best. Y’all need to try it,” Senior, Male. “This school needs to learn that body shaming is wrong,” Sophomore, Female. These statements, among many other anonymous confessions submitted to ...