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Grandview Howls!
Grandview Howls!
Congratulations to junior, Abby Noble, who was one of 9 students from all over the state selected as a 2013-14 State Student Officer for the Colorado Thespians!
Heifer International has recognized the French Honor Society of Grandview High School for their ongoing support.  The French Honor Society raises money for this organization each year.  The organization provides animals and training to allow people in third world countries to become self sustaining farmers.
Grandview DECA competed on Friday,12/7, at the District 4 Conference. Thirty-one students took a one-hundred question exam, then developed solutions for two different business/marketing scenarios and role played their ideas with judges at the conference held at the Sheraton Denver West Hotel in Lakewood, Colorado. Each student or student team's scores were compared to others in the district to determine which students would progress to the next level, the DECA State Conference at the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs at the end of February, 2013.
Twenty-two Grandview students qualified to go to State and five additional students ranked as an alternate and might attend if a qualifier chooses not to compete. (See the attached files for the results and a photo).  We are proud of all of the thirty-one students that took advantage of the opportunity to use their problem-solving skills and creativity.
2013 Grandview Graduates take both spots as Colorado Advanced Placement Scholars
Granted to one male and one female student in each U.S. state and the District of Columbia with scores of 3 or higher on the greatest number of exams, and then the highest average score (at least 3.5) on all AP exams taken. These students had the two highest averages of 17 exams taken.
Emily Baade, U of Alabama
Kevin Huang, U of Colorado at Denver
Congratulations are in order for the following students who were named to the Colorado All-State Jazz Choir:
Emily Barboa
Spencer Berg
Terry Black
Natalie Bullough
Raeanna Clarke
Connor Lindahl
The All-State Jazz Choir is a group of the top 32 jazz singers in the state. Grandview has the most members represented of any high school in the state of Colorado!
Grandview Volleyball were runners up in the State Championship!
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