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Students prepare for summer fun

Nya Starr, Reporter/Photographer

April 29, 2019

School’s almost out and students and even teachers are starting to plan ahead for their summer activities. At Grandview, there are summer activities such as summer school, A+, and even the cheerleader and football team’s fundraising car wash. When school is out, it's the time to have fun and live in th...

Yearbook is taking action

A'Drionna Christopher, Reporter/Photographer

April 23, 2019

Snap, Snap, goes the camera lens. Watch the faces you make because it will be remembered forever. Within yearbook, students get to leave class and interview people, go to all types of school events, and have the opportunity to take pictures that will be immortalized within a book forever for many...

High school helps with Annie Jr.

High school helps with Annie Jr.

J'Asia Williams, Reporter/Photographer

April 23, 2018

This year the Grandview High School’s theatre cast and crew have set their sights on the the little guys. They have decided to task themselves with helping perfect the middle school production of Annie Jr. With guidance from Theatre Director Timothy Haynes and Choir Director Micah Horton, they ...

Senioritis stalks future grads

Senioritis stalks future grads

Pyper Moore, Reporter/Photographer

April 19, 2018

With the end of the year coming to a close, many in the senior class have activated the slow motion switch. Famously known as “Senioritis,” many seniors are finding it more difficult to be productive as each day passes. They revealed some of the symptoms of this widely-spread epidemic. Surprisingly enough, ...

Students evaluate real life situations that deal with money

Jay'Len Thompson, Reporter/Photographer

April 13, 2018

A group of GHS students experienced what the real world was like on Feb. 15. The event was called “Mad City Money,” and during the day multiple classes learned how to stay on a budget and pay for necessities. The activity was a huge learning experience for all the GHS students. Students all lear...

It’s a big job, but Willoughby manages

Toni Graves, Reporter/Photographer

November 20, 2017

He's never strapped on a helmet or lined up for a play, but for four years this GHS senior has been a big part of the the Bulldogs football team. Cody Willoughby has been dedicated to managing the team that not only are his friends but feels like his family. “Nothing makes me happier in life than...

Auditions held for fall musical

Auditions held for fall musical

Teresa Mincks, Reporter/Photograher

October 5, 2017

For many theatre students, auditions week is one of the most stressful weeks they encounter. For Grandview High students it was no different. On Aug. 30-31 students piled into the choir room and the auditorium to try to get a part in this year's Fall musical, “Into The Woods.” The room buzzed wi...

Yearbook rap

GHS Broadcasting

May 16, 2017

GHS broadcasting students put together a rap about the importance of yearbook. Yearbooks will be distributed during lunch shifts on Wednesday, May 17 and Friday, May 19. Books are nearly sold out, but those who are interested in buying a copy may place their names on a waiting list in the office....

Ceramics students mold clay into works of art

Madison Neal, Reporter/Photographer

April 10, 2017

Starting with nothing but a lump of clay, These GHS students strive to create unique artworks. Students in Nicole Peachers ceramics classes work each day to create works of art by pinching, cutting and rolling more than 200 pounds of clay a year. “I like being able to be creative and improving...

Garden blossoms under care of students

Tayla Alexander, Reporter/Photographer

September 27, 2016

Salad, anyone? Mr. Cooper’s B6 ecology class is growing a garden in the school’s courtyard. The class started this project the first day of school and it will end when the weather begins to get cold in October or November. This project is to help students learn to grow gardens, and to und...

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