• How to Save the Students

    According to former FBI agent Brad Garrett, most school shootings occur within five minutes. By Michelle Rabinovich and Jace Dicola For the average person, it takes more time to fall asleep every night than it does to witness mass homicide like the one that took the life of 17 people ...
  • 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 ...
  • Give Us A Break

    By Ava Bonavia Spring break is a time to relax and take a break from school, but it has evolved to become a week for teachers to give hours upon hours of homework. Students Lauren Charles and Grace Holmes experienced the hectic spring break from their honors and AP classes. ...
  • 4/30 Sanjay Kalaga

    Information compiled by Ryan Arnold    How has Track and Field impacted your time at Grandview “Doing Track and Field has helped me to stay in shape, while also allowing me to compete alongside some of my closest friends.”     What first peaked your interest in Track and Field? ...
  • Meraki Fun Times

    By Aura Delgado Meraki means to leave a piece of yourself in your work. Some teachers don’t like it when students put how they feel in their writing. They will be assigned essays that don’t interest them, and as a result, they don’t try. Students typically only write for school: ...
  • Offsetting Stress in a Colorful Environment

    By Jori O'Grady Students are overwhelmed by rigorous and stressful classes that often don’t require much creativity. Despite this, Grandview keeps the hallway decorated with beautiful artwork. Kayla Seggelke, a junior, turns to art to alleviate the stress. “Art allows the structured curriculum at Grandview to be offset with free expression ...
  • Meraki Wants Your Writing And Art!

    There are three ways to submit your work: By clicking here to submit your writing to Meraki by April, 23rd. You can also submit via email by contacting Ms. Zilliox at: dzilliox@cherrycreekschools.org Lastly, you can submit by...wait for it... turning your work into your Language Arts teacher! Just be sure to let ...
  • A Modest Promposal

    By Michelle Rabinovich and Andrea Mocevic Grandview High School’s 2018 prom theme has been nothing if not controversial. The “Grand Dynasty” theme is a self claiming ode to both the East Asian culture and Grandview’s 20th anniversary. The majority of the Grandview community is in full support of this unique ...
  • 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 ...