• PE: Physical Education or Pointless Exercise?

    By: Julia Cacciavillani “Do I really have to take a PE class?” The honors/AP student with the loaded schedule, or the student athlete in two or three sports, or the student who just isn’t particularly adept at activities done in a PE class, may all ask that same question. The ...
  • We Are One

    By: Paige Montgomery  Photos courtesy of: Tony Castonguay As Inclusion Week comes to a close, a new movement has popped out of the event. Tony Castonguay, a junior, started a #weareonemovement through Instagram, Snapchat, and Twitter. “I work with special needs kids so I thought it would be good to ...
  • The Nicest Kids In Town

    By: Paige Montgomery This year’s production of the musical Hairspray is sure to be a hit. In fact, every performance is almost sold out. The musical is always a big hit because there are so many people involved in the show. Each year, the musical is the perfect culmination of ...
  • Annual Phoebe Lester Memorial Event 12/10

    By: Sami Stuart Hi everyone! For those of you that don’t know me, my name is Sami Stuart, and I am a junior here at Grandview. You may be familiar with the drunk driving accident in which Grandview student, Phoebe Lester, was killed the summer of 2017. She was on ...
  • Natural Bodybuilders You Never Knew About

    By: Josiel Loya Ontiveros Picture this: you are standing next to bigfoot. He is twice your strength, twice your height, and you are scared of being squashed. But little did you know, he is a high school bodybuilder that achieved his physique through hard work rather than steroids. “I’ve been ...
  • 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 ...