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Walter J. Hodges Stadium opened up in the early Spring.

The locker room lockout

October 14, 2021

At Walter J. Stadium, the varsity football team has been prohibited from using the beautiful brand new home locker rooms for the entire existence of the stadium, but it is time for this to change.  The...

This is the 2021 Blue Ribbon Award Pendant.

Granville wins the National Blue Ribbon Award.

Ella Kunar, Social Media Editor October 8, 2021

Granville High School is one out of two high schools to win the National Blue Ribbon Award.  The National Blue Ribbon Award is an award given to schools across the nation who show excellence within...

Freshman celebrate Homecoming last year by putting together a Foco  they got dressed up and went out to dinner, since there was no dance. Photo courtesy of Alyvia Kato.

A night under the stars

Isabella Cox, Promotions manager October 5, 2021

It has been up in the air this school year, what will Homecoming 2021 look like for Granville students? Last year there was no Homecoming dance due to covid, so the students and staff wanted to do all...

Ava Poling works on homework during class. She enjoys this school year because she can work with a paper and pencil.

Some students struggle in transition to a ‘normal’ school year

Ella Kunar, Social Media Editor September 29, 2021

Class structure is relatively back to normal compared to last year, but some students are having a hard time adjusting to the workload this year. Last year the school started an hour later and many students...

Senior Kylee Lescas talks to cafeteria worker Adam after buying her lunch. Due to the new grant, more students are buying school lunch which makes the lines a lot longer. “We are going through roughly 400-500 more full meals a day with this grant,” Head Chef Jon Harbaugh said.

Federal grant provides free lunch for every student

September 27, 2021

All district students, K-12, have access to free breakfast and lunch through a federal grant passed for the 2021-22 year. The U.S. Department of Agriculture will continue reimbursing schools and childcare...

Seniors toss their caps after the Class of 2020 Graduation Parade. Photo Credit: Caroline McDermott

How to deal with big changes (from a senior)

Sophie Ehrman May 15, 2021

One day, a senior’s life gets turned entirely upside down with little familial support. This is the reality for most incoming college freshmen. Friends, family and the environment that we build are...

Land Lab continues to expand

Land Lab continues to expand

Nick Williams September 24, 2019

BY NICHOLAS WILLIAMS ('20) With the help of James Reding and his AP Environmental Science students, the Land Lab added several new features over the summer that will aid wildlife and educate the community. Some...

Senior students Rudy Bradley and Zak Taylor regard the schedules (Gavin Robinson/BluePrints)

School tests new Advisory schedule

Gavin Robinson September 17, 2019

Advisory is an extra period that will provide students and teachers with thirty minutes of work and study time, taking place between second and third periods. At other schools, Advisory might be called...

District removes Pay to Participate program

District removes Pay to Participate program

Sarah Carpenter September 16, 2019

BY SARAH CARPENTER ('20) The district has abolished Pay to Participate for all students participating in athletic activities due to the passage of the latest levy last November.  Last year, the...

Art club begins new project

Art club begins new project

Alyssa Christian November 13, 2017

BY ALYSSA CHRISTIAN ‘19 Art club is about to start on a new project that will be sure to brighten up the monotonous walls of the school. “We’re making inspirational quotes above the lockers...

OPINION: New Drug Policy protects students

OPINION: New Drug Policy protects students

Alyssa Christian November 9, 2017

BY ALYSSA CHRISTIAN (‘19) The new substance abuse policy that was put into effect this school year is still being debated among students on a regular basis. The first round of random drug testing...

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