• 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • CyberSecurity at Grandview

    By: Paige Montgomery You might recall in the past week or so being asked to change your password as you logged into my.cherrycreek. You might also recall setting some security questions. Then again, that might be too much to ask. After all, it was a week ago. The Cherry Creek ...
  • The Will of the Wolf

    By: Jared Chartrand Pictures courtesy of Brice Hartzheim The cards were against him and it was looking like the light at the end of the tunnel was slowly fading, but like a moth drawn to even the slightest glow, Brice Hartzheim was drawn to the slightest sliver of hope. In ...
  • The Wolves Take On Nationals

    By Kristina Boyko Photos courtesy of Elise Ancell After working hard for months and tirelessly perfecting and changing routines, the Grandview Poms team finally went to nationals to compete against 82 teams from around the country. “We got 7th place in the small varsity poms division, we were really proud of our team and the work ...
  • The Roast - Episode 2 - Valentine's Day

    Dani Armitage and Jared Chartrand discuss whether or not Valentine's Day is worth it over a delicious cup of KAB Coffee! Want to get some delicious coffee for your loved ones? You can buy Mr. Heckendorf's coffee here!
  • A Week In The Den

    Photography: Brisen Wright Descriptions: Simone Gray Week of February 4th - 8th, 2019 A packed week with some big wolf smiles. Monday: Lunch time in the GHS cafeteria. Lines are long, students are hungry, and food is hot. A time to hangout with your classmates and socialize. Tuesday: Four Seniors posing for ...
  • GHS Signing Day 2019

    By Lizzy Leung The very last day for seniors is steadily becoming more of a reality. Grandview coaches hand over their athletes to colleges as 34 students sign their National Letter of Intent. “Freshman year is when it started getting serious. I learned that college basketball could be a possibility ...
  • Coordinators to Transition

    By: Paige Montgomery As second semester wears on, three new department coordinators are handing the reins over. While departments are not the same, the department coordinators roughly serve the same function for their departments. “I got into being coordinator to help facilitate curriculum growth and to help improve student learning,” ...
  • Let Americans Work Again

    By: Kate Kerner The world was ending. Or, at least the U.S government was. The 2018-2019 shutdown of the U.S. government was the longest shut down in U.S. history. On January 25, when the shutdown reached a peak of 35 days, the President and Congress reached an agreement that instead ...