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Congrats to Grandview’s Senior Artist Award Winners of 2020!

Congrats to Grandview's Senior Artist Award Winners of 2020!

May 3, 2020

Congrats to: Grace Holmes, Keely McDaniel, Nick Turner, Acelynn Coy, and Kiefer Kraske. To view the galleries of these talented artists, click here!

Quarantine Conflicts: Seth Peterzen

Quarantine Conflicts: Seth Peterzen

Seth Peterzen

April 30, 2020

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Quarantine Conflicts: “Student Struggles” by Katie Fisher

Quarantine Conflicts: “Student Struggles” by Katie Fisher

Katie Fisher

April 27, 2020

The shift to online learning has been a daunting experience, to say the least. Going from a very structured school schedule to an almost self-directed learning plan has been somewhat of a challenge for me. Monday mornings are the hardest for me, because I have to plan out my week, and it can be overwhelming...

My Apologies

My Apologies

Caleigh Daugherty

April 20, 2020

I would like to apologize to the teachers and staff for my constant delay in completing my work. On behalf of the student body, I can say the adjustment to remote learning comes with a lot of unexpected hurdles. For your enjoyment, here are my legitimate excuses for not getting my work done on time. ...

Remote Learning Done Right

Remote Learning Done Right

March 31, 2020

Compiled by Caleigh Daugherty With remote learning in full swing, we asked students for their best study tips to keep online school days productive and manageable: 1: Make a list of all of your weekly assignments and prioritize your work. “Do what you think is important first honestly. Also, take...

Serenity in the City

Cool, snowy night at 16th Street

March 4, 2020

  By: Jace DiCola Homework, work, homework, work, homework, work.  As the semester goes on, SATs, ACTs, and finals only creep closer, and for many students, it seems like all there is to do in life is school, minimum wage work, athletics, and homework. As a senior who is surviving almost 4 ye...

Beyond the Core

Beyond the Core

Evan Heiderscheidt

March 2, 2020

Photos courtesy of: Max Heiderscheidt  For every student yearning to learn beyond the core curriculum of math, science, english and social studies, the Cherry Creek Innovation Campus is a dream. The school takes almost everything that normal schools do and throws it all out of the window. It give...

Kobe Bryant: Forever a Legend

Kobe Bryant: Forever a Legend

Nia Wright

February 25, 2020

Artwork by: Alivia Hill Kobe Bryant: a basketball icon, whose recent tragedy had a very emotional effect on Grandview, was not only looked up to by the basketball community, but by all students who admired him for his ambition, perseverance, and determination.  “Kobe just brought so much mo...

Where Was Wish Week?

Where Was Wish Week?

Ashlyn Turbyfill

February 21, 2020

Photos courtesy of: Will Brent Inzana Wish Week didn’t happen. Though Wish Week has transpired for years at Grandview, it no longer exists. For 2020, Grandview chose to leave its partnership with Make a Wish Colorado. “So Wish Week will be called Miracle Week this year because we are not partnering w...

Artist Profile: Samantha Park

Artist Profile: Samantha Park

February 19, 2020

Story by: Sophia Vertido  Photos courtesy of: Samantha Park Over the years, Grandview’s Art Department has never failed to suit the needs of students who simply just want to make art. As a result, so many students have been able to improve their technique, find their art style, and above all, c...

Louder, Brighter, Stronger

Louder, Brighter, Stronger

December 18, 2019

Story and Photo by William Brent Inzana “It’s like where you really want to hurt yourself,” Rachel Dempsey said. Dempsey has an incurable disorder known as Misophonia. It’s a very rare condition where certain sounds can cause the person affected by it to react in different ways. “I develope...

“Suit Up” for Districts

Sophia Vertido

December 12, 2019

Photos courtesy of: Janhavi Kulkarni, Mae Chen, and Jake Kartz You have ten minutes on the clock. One problem. One presentation… and a handful of judges. “[They] might be the meanest people ever or just might smile and nod at you the whole time.” said DECA president Victoria Salazar, as she ...

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