• Beware High Tide

    A 100% serious and real article about Tide Pods, also known as “the forbidden fruit” becoming the only snack you should invest in during the cold winter months. By Michelle Rabinovich Colorado’s weather of late has been unpredictable to say the least. The snowfalls and strong winds have blessed the ...
  • Joy To The Wolves

    By Samantha Stuart, Aura Delgado, and Ava Bonavia The audience, made up of both staff and students, was left in awe. As they walked out of the auditorium, not one smile was faded.   This is a common reaction from watchers that are able to attend the annual winter and spring concerts that ...
  • When The Wolves Don't Howl

    By Aidan O'Keefe It’s an October Friday night, and the Grandview football team is playing at Legacy Stadium.  Grandview is the home team, and is playing against a rival school, yet we have less than 50 students in the stands. The other team, however, has a section completely full of ...
  • Weighting on a Dream

    By Paige Montgomery Taking a weight training class is one of the most popular PE choices for Grandview students. Brian Timberman just happens to be in charge of most of them. Timberman didn’t always want to be a teacher. He wanted to follow in his dad’s footsteps. “My dad was a ...
  • Troupe #5996 Excels at Colorado’s Thespian Conference

    By Jori O'Grady Grandview’s thespian troupe #5996 left school midday to attend the Colorado Thespian Conference. From December 7th to 9th the troupe was downtown competing for national status, auditioning for colleges, and watching other high schoolers put on shows. There was a plentiful range of workshops they participated in, from ...
  • 1/9 Lily Mattingly

    Information compiled by Ryan Arnold Lily Mattingly is a senior who has played Field Hockey all four years at Grandview   Did playing Field Hockey teach you any lessons that will remain with you for the years to come? “Field hockey taught me about self discipline and working cohesively with ...
  • Telling of Telecommunications

    By Jace Dicola Out of the vast amount of jobs, Telecommunications is surprisingly the best job a high schooler can have. When you decide to get a job, you will probably start applying to stores like Walgreens, Target, and AMC, but there is one job for Grandview students that will make ...
  • #GrandviewToo

    Let’s enter the new year wiser than we left the last. By Michelle Rabinovich It doesn’t seem that long ago that Mariah Carey botched her New Year’s Eve performance. Where did 2017 go? This past year was full of excitement. We ushered in a new President, learned that Beyoncé was ...
  • Innovation and Imagination

    By Aura Delgado The recent Steam-a-Palooza event was a celebration of science, engineering, and art. It’s been held every year at one of the schools in the Cherry Creek district for the past three years. Julia Chapman, a student from Liberty, was in charge of this challenging activity at Steam-a-Palooza. ...
  • Adventures Are the Best Way to Learn

    By Andrea Mocevic “We need the tonic of wildness...At the same time that we are earnest to explore and learn all things, we require that all things be mysterious and unexplorable, that land and sea be indefinitely wild, unsurveyed and unfathomed by us because unfathomable. We can never have enough ...