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Grandview's "All-Colorado" Source for Student-Centered News.

The Grandview Chronicle

Grandview's "All-Colorado" Source for Student-Centered News.

The Grandview Chronicle

Parkinsons Disease: The Simple Facts

Parkinson’s Disease: The Simple Facts

Eleanor Boehme May 13, 2022

Despite affecting 1% of the population above 60 years old  - about 1 in every 500 people - Parkinson’s is not highlighted nearly as often as other common diseases.  “It’s more prevalent than...

Seniors Charlie Lucero, Anna Kriss, and Charles ODonnell pose for a picture

2021-2022 Senior Wolves Advice and Reflection

Brayden Nieder April 22, 2022

Seniors prepare to graduate from high school and venture through the rest of life’s vast opportunities. Over the course of their school careers, they have learned about work and balancing life. It’s...

Art by Jessie Grubenhoff

The Grand Art Show 2022

Serah Binu Jacob April 21, 2022

The Grand Art Show is a celebration of visual arts. “I'm so involved with it, it feels like the culminating event of my high school career,” senior Jessie Grubenhoff said, “Way more than all of...

Selena Quintanilla Perez - Revolutionizing Latin Music

Selena Quintanilla Perez – Revolutionizing Latin Music

Esméralda Méndez Sanchéz April 16, 2022

Selena Quintanilla Perez was a Mexican American Singer born and raised in Texas. Her birthday is on April 16th. Despite her music being over 20 years old, many still hold her in high regard.  Selena...

How to Not Suck at Conversations

How to Not Suck at Conversations

Will Brent Inzana April 15, 2022

Conversations with your peers can be repetitive and somewhat tedious.  Most start with a closed-ended question, and end with the yes/no response. Here’s a simple solution—ask why. People love talking...

Should ELL students be exempt from taking the SAT?

Should ELL students be exempt from taking the SAT?

Esméralda Méndez Sanchéz April 13, 2022

The SAT is a very stressful time for juniors especially. With the stress from the day mounting for teens, all kids are feeling the heat, yet one group is especially challenged. Teens originally from non...

Student Leadership members collaborate on a sign for Miracle Week.

Inside Student Leadership

Viktoryia Shymko April 8, 2022

In a community of thousands, very few actually understand those who make the decisions that impact all.  Our Student Leadership team works hard to make sure everyone gets their voice heard and are...

Why Dogs? Behind The Scenes of This Years Miracle Week

Why Dogs? Behind The Scenes of This Year’s Miracle Week

Anna Wehrenberg March 31, 2022

Photo Courtesy of: Will Brent Inzana   In the past, Grandview has usually raised money for one specific child during Miracle Week; this year, the school is supporting the Miracle Dog Therapy...

Celebrating Womens History Month 2022

Celebrating Women’s History Month 2022

Brayden Nieder March 29, 2022

The time of year has come to celebrate. Effort. Bravery. Freedom. Work. Caregiving. Healing. Hope. It’s time to celebrate all that females have done to pave the road for where they stand today. It’s...

Womens Literature; Advancing Grandviews English Curriculum

Women’s Literature; Advancing Grandview’s English Curriculum

Katie Fisher March 25, 2022

For decades, the standard English curriculum has stuck to the same repetitive profiles of its typical authors. While they cover varying topics, they bridge on one commonality. Almost all are male.  The...

Grandviews Prom Dress Exchange

Grandview’s Prom Dress Exchange

With Prom coming up things can get quite hectic and expensive, or some just don’t have the time to go dress shopping.  Janhavi Kulkarni, a senior and co-founder of  Grandview’s Creya, came up...

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