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Sports fan shows support for local team

Sports fan shows support for local team

Cole Jaquith January 21, 2017

John Daugherty, a Granville resident, is the biggest sports fan you’ve probably never heard of. Daugherty, or JD for short, has two nephews who attend the high school, Patrick (sophomore) and Nathan...

Sarah Howard shares about her year in France

Sarah Howard shares about her year in France

Anna Minton November 11, 2016

BY AVA KUNAR ('18) Independence, life-long friends, unique travel and unforgettable experiences are all gifts that Sarah Howard gained during her recent trip to France. Howard spent eleven months of...

The not-so-identical twins

The not-so-identical twins

Anna Minton July 5, 2016

BY HUNTER BROWN (’16) Juniors Jack and Jake Peterson are identical twins that seem to be the exact same person. The brothers are commonly known for being rather similar in school and athletics. Many...

First year player Nikki Cox breaks records on the softball field

First year player Nikki Cox breaks records on the softball field

Sophia Ehlers June 28, 2016

SOPHIA EHLERS (’17) Nikki Cox is known around the school and Ohio as one of the best soccer players to ever come through high school, and rightfully so. Through Nikki’s four years of high school...

Biology teacher says Crossfit training keeps her mentally sharp

Biology teacher says Crossfit training keeps her mentally sharp

Anna Minton June 14, 2016

BY OLIVIA EBERSOLE (‘16) Cell respiration, weight lifting, Charles Darwin and sneakers all have one thing in common: Miss Hager. Hager, pre-AP Biology and AP Biology teacher participates in CrossFit...

10 questions with local artist, Jax

10 questions with local artist, Jax

Cole Jaquith January 27, 2016

BY COLE JAQUITH '16 Jackson Evans, otherwise known as Jax, is a native of Granville, but until recently he lived in Florida. His work has been floating around on the Soundclouds of GHS students for...

How well do you know your English teachers?

How well do you know your English teachers?

Sophia Ehlers December 11, 2015

BY SOPHIA EHLERS ('17) [polldaddy type="iframe" survey="7D8398BE5DAAF6AC" height="auto" domain="granvilleblueprints" id="how-well-do-you-know-your-english-teachers"]

10 Questions with Portuguese exchange student, Pipa Rezende

10 Questions with Portuguese exchange student, Pipa Rezende

Gillian McCracken November 6, 2015

For our last print issue, Gillian McCracken ('17) sat down with exchange student Pipa Rezende to talk about school, stereotypes and life in the United States.

From Mexico to America

From Mexico to America

Anna Minton September 2, 2015

BY JUSTIN THOMPSON (’17) It is only human nature to detest moving to a new place. Most people would find it difficult to move to a new city, even if it is only a few minutes away. However, a brave...

Teacher raises money for Pennies for Patients in daughters memory

Teacher raises money for Pennies for Patients in daughter’s memory

March 18, 2015

BY ADRIONA MURPHY ('15) The school hosts several fundraisers every year, but Pennies for Patients is by the far one of the biggest and most supported by math teacher Mrs. Sue Hoben. “I had a daughter...

Mr. Fisher: The most interesting man in the high school

Mr. Fisher: The most interesting man in the high school

February 12, 2015

BY AUSTEN MILLER ('16) He is sometimes known as the most interesting man in the high school. His illuminating personality is very popular among students who do, and even do not take his class. Mr....

Ms. Schimmel: Blessed art teacher

February 5, 2015

BY CASSIE VAN OFFREN ('15) No matter if they are a band enthusiast, a bookworm or an art fanatic, every student in the entire school knows of Ms. Schimmel since most students had her in the intermediate...

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