• The Hojo Doesn't Fall Far From the Tree

    By Jake Taillac Pictures courtesy of the Hojonowski's Grandview ball is dominated by the Hojnowski family. The youngest child of the Hojonowski family is Anna. She is a freshman who started playing softball just over a year ago when her best friend's softball team needed a player. In the short ...
  • Meet the Staff 2019-2020

    Editor in Chief Caleigh Daugherty Grade: 12 Question: Have you ever had a secret admirer? Answer: If I did, they are really good at keeping secrets. Question: How many pillows do you sleep with? Answer: 3  Editors:  Maxwell Reid (Broadcast) Grade 12 Question: If you could ask a wild animal ...
  • Serve Those That Serve You

    By: Sami Stuart It’s November 11. Some students look at this date like any other day of the year. They stir at the sound of their blaring alarm, hazily open their eyes to snooze the alarm, then accidentally get up 20 minutes before they’re supposed to leave the house. Then, ...
  • The Ins and Outs of Post Grad

    By Kira Howells Applying to colleges is a very stressful process and many seniors are lost on how to start, or are just lost in the entire process. “I have no idea how to apply or start, or where, and absolutely no idea about scholarships. I just feel behind.” said ...
  • The Roast Episode Four - Halloween

    Mr. Rose and the Chronicle's own Lizzy Leung debate on whether or not it's appropriate to wear your Halloween costume in school. Produced by Mike Zobel, Emma Hildner, Signe Sandstrom, and Maxwell Reid  
  • [Opinion] "No One Needs To Be Alone With This."

    By: Jace DiCola In the beginning of October, Joker, starring Joaquin Phoenix hit theatres around the world this month, including some theatres in Aurora, Colorado. Only some. Many theatres in our community opted out of showing Joker because of Aurora’s tragic past with one certain Joker-esque shooter.  The Century 16 ...
  • The Mix of 1776

    By: Dibo Elango 1776 is the story of America’s Founding Fathers and the Declaration of Independence. It’s the theatre department’s upcoming presentation but with a twist: the majority of the main cast will be of color, playing the roles of white men and women. “It is very diverse and that ...
  • See You Next Year!

    The Grandview Chronicle staff would like to thank each and every one of you for your support this year! Looking back at the 2018-2019 school year, we have had a great time and a lot of news to cover. Huge props to the Grandview community for allowing us to cover ...
  • Grandview Summer Reading Book Fair at Barnes and Noble Southlands

    GHS Students! Purchase your summer reading book at Barnes and Noble Southlands during the week of May 26 – June 1 to help out the Grandview English Department. Simply tell the cashier that you would like to support Grandview, and a portion of your purchase will go to the English ...
  • [Opinion] Teaching Is Much More Than a Fallback

    By: Emma Wilson Why do teachers teach? “Teaching, for those who love it, gives us purpose,” said French teacher, Madame Farrier. Many view teaching as easy, and quite sub-par of a “dream job”. They do not see the value in becoming a teacher and undermine it as something for those ...