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WELCOME TO ADVISORY

WELCOME TO ADVISORY

February 11, 2020

By: Emma Wilson and Ezra Vanegas Grandview’s highschool administration is trying to provide students a safe place to talk called Advisory. In the future, Advisory will allow incoming classmen to talk and build relationships between peers.  What is Advisory? The idea of Advisory for Cherry Creek is to enhance...

Seeking Sisterhood

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Nia Wright

January 24, 2020

Some might describe high school  as stressful, confusing, frustrating, and eye opening.  Although high school is primarily focused on grades and work, it's also about making memories and finding who you are--exploring who you want to be and what you want to contribute to the world.  The Sisterho...

[Opinion] “All Year Was Hell”

[Opinion] “All Year Was Hell”

Jace DiCola

January 17, 2020

*Student names have been changed for the sake of anonymity A teacher from Overland has been suspended for not allowing students to say the n word. A Davenport West teacher has been arrested for filming people in their homes. And, a West high school teacher has been arrested for sexual abuse.  News stories reporting these incidents make Gr...

[Opinion] Retrospect

[Opinion] Retrospect

December 16, 2019

By: Emma Wilson The decade ends in less than a month, which means your childhood is ending in a matter of days. We had Disney Channel classics such as Wizards of Waverly Place and Hannah Montana end. We no longer see Alex and Justin’s sibling fights, all the misuse with magic, or Harper Finkle’s sty...

The Hojo Doesn’t Fall Far From the Tree

The Hojo Doesn't Fall Far From the Tree

Jake Taillac

December 2, 2019

Pictures courtesy of the Hojonowski's Grandview ball is dominated by the Hojnowski family. The youngest child of the Hojonowski family is Anna. She is a freshman who started playing softball just over a year ago when her best friend's softball team needed a player. In the short time since then, ...

Meet the Chronicle Staff 2019-2020

November 21, 2019

Editor in Chief Caleigh Daugherty Senior Question: Have you ever had a secret admirer? Answer: If I did, they are really good at keeping secrets. Question: How many pillows do you sleep with? Answer: 3  Editors Maxwell Reid (Broadcast) Senior Question: If you could ask a wild animal...

Serve Those That Serve You

Serve Those That Serve You

Sami Stuart

November 12, 2019

It’s November 11. Some students look at this date like any other day of the year. They stir at the sound of their blaring alarm, hazily open their eyes to snooze the alarm, then accidentally get up 20 minutes before they’re supposed to leave the house. Then, they rush to their car and zoom to school...

The Ins and Outs of Post Grad

The Ins and Outs of Post Grad

November 5, 2019

By Kira Howells Applying to colleges is a very stressful process and many seniors are lost on how to start, or are just lost in the entire process. “I have no idea how to apply or start, or where, and absolutely no idea about scholarships. I just feel behind.” said senior, Holly Hyatt. This...

The Roast Episode Four – Halloween

The Roast Episode Four - Halloween

November 5, 2019

Mr. Rose and the Chronicle's own Lizzy Leung debate on whether or not it's appropriate to wear your Halloween costume in school. https://youtu.be/0eLVjUqdAf0 Produced by Mike Zobel, Emma Hildner, Signe Sandstrom, and Maxwell Reid  

[Opinion] “No One Needs To Be Alone With This.”

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Jace DiCola

November 1, 2019

In the beginning of October, Joker, starring Joaquin Phoenix hit theatres around the world this month, including some theatres in Aurora, Colorado. Only some. Many theatres in our community opted out of showing Joker because of Aurora’s tragic past with one certain Joker-esque shooter.  T...

The Mix of 1776

The Mix of 1776

Dibo Elango

November 1, 2019

1776 is the story of America’s Founding Fathers and the Declaration of Independence. It’s the theatre department’s upcoming presentation but with a twist: the majority of the main cast will be of color, playing the roles of white men and women. “It is very diverse and that was the goal,” sa...

See You Next Year!

See You Next Year!

May 21, 2019

The Grandview Chronicle staff would like to thank each and every one of you for your support this year! Looking back at the 2018-2019 school year, we have had a great time and a lot of news to cover. Huge props to the Grandview community for allowing us to cover all of the exciting events and happ...

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