• Grandview Presents: Black History Month Lunchtime Lecture Series

    There will be a Black History Month Lunchtime Lecture Series in the library classroom.  There will be one lecture per week, and information about each lecture, including the speaker, topic, and date, is on the attached flyer.  Pizza will be provided for students who attend. Also in celebration of Black History Month, ...
  • End of the Road

    By Kristina Boyko From the moment that they walked out on the stage at the state competition, Grandview’s cheerleading team never expected to win the title of number one in the state, and have the privilege of going to Nationals. Although this year’s cheer season brought good memories to both the athletes ...
  • All Eyez on Me

    By: Rayne Ware If it was up to me, I would be at CT or Eaglecrest. As a black student at Grandview, I am one of the many that just want to get the school year over with and I feel that young, educated, minority men and women shouldn’t have ...
  • Cutting the Prologue

    By Jori O'Grady Imagine starting Harry Potter, but on the fourth book. Imagine watching Star Wars without “A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away.” And imagine starting history--9000 years in. In June, College Board released a statement that announced the A.P. world course will be cut in ...
  • Bilingualism Brings Big Benefits

    By: Julia Cacciavillani 你可以获得这个奖项 이 상을받을 수 있습니다. Vous pouvez obtenir ce prix Você pode obter este prêmio Sie können diese Auszeichnung erhalten Вы можете получить эту награду आपको यह पुरस्कार मिल सकता है Puedes conseguir este premio Puoi ottenere questo premio คุณสามารถรับรางวัลนี้ได้ この賞を受賞することができます يمكنك الحصول على هذه الجائزة If ...
  • Crime Comes to Grandview

    By: Paige Montgomery This year’s school wide read was The 57 Bus by Dashka Slater. “Every year, starting last year, we pick out a book that is supposed to be targeted towards high school aged students that wouldn't commonly be taught in an English class,” said librarian and teacher Holly ...
  • Hero for the Homeless

    By: Joseph Loya-Ontiveros On December 16, 2018, in downtown Denver, Senior David Velasque and his mom decided to make an organized drive for the homeless. The organized drive, of course, took some time before everything was arranged. “It took a week at most cause you know it is my first ...
  • Unified: It’s Who We Are

    By Jori O’Grady Twelve years ago, ILC students performed their first music therapy concert in the small compact atrium. They performed to an audience no bigger than 50 people. Now ILC students take the stage, and perform to a cheering full house of students and staff. Held twice a year, ...
  • Grandview Trainer Still Needs Help

    By: Ava Bonavia and Kenzie Wagner “Out of Grandview’s 2,780 students, about one half participate in school sports, and for all of these athletes, we only have one athletic trainer, Mr. Learned,”Aidan O’Keefe wrote one year ago, so what has changed? Nothing, yet. Even after the article “One Thousand to ...
  • Before the Noel

    By: Yaxuan Yu Yearly holiday shopping came to Grandview! On December 1st, everyone had a chance to find a good gift for their family and friends. “The craft fair gives me a idea to help me choose gift for others for the holiday,” said a visitor. The Craft fair was ...