• Parking Lot Problems: A Student Horror Story

    By: Kate Kerner  The honking horns are the perfect start to your Monday, you think, as you groan into your steering wheel. As you look for a parking space, you realize that most of them are full. In your peripherals, you see students running across the road away from the ...
  • Is Homework Necessary?

    By: Joseph Loya Ontiveros While some of our homework is actually working for our learning, every once in a while, we will all get tired of having homework that is NOT necessary for us to practice with. Jeremy Lewis and Olivia Stubbs, both juniors, think that certain homework they receive ...
  • 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, ...
  • Galapagos: The Trip of a Lifetime

    By Sami Stuart Every student in America at one point or another has had to sit in a classroom and listen to science teachers lecture about The Galapagos Islands; however, next year, Grandview students have the opportunity to actually travel to the islands and witness first-hand what they’ve learned. Grandview ...
  • Passing of the Torch

    By Ava Bonavia  May, the season of graduating. Students all across the country countdown the days until they leave school and here at Grandview seniors are celebrated before the big day. The senior assembly was a mix of clubs, dances and games all to help celebrate seniors. Audience member Victoria ...
  • Grandview High School: A Diamond in the Rough

    By Max Reid The day was April 27th: while you were probably playing video games or watching the new Avengers movie, many of our teachers went to the capital to fight for their rights and livelihood. As we all know, school was canceled last Friday due to a large teacher ...
  • Studying: A Team Sport

    By Caleigh Daugherty and Max Reid It’s about that time of year again. The sunshine, the impending joy of summer, but more importantly… finals. Our teachers have been working hard to prepare us for finals week. At least that’s what they think. In reality everyone knows that no one is ...
  • Can't Stand It?

    By Max Reid Want to learn how to make any AP student tremble in fear? Just say the simple phrase: “stand up quiz”. The dreaded stand up quiz, a concept as old as time itself, implemented by the nefarious AP World History teachers at Grandview High School to torture their ...
  • 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 ...