Top Grandview Moments of 2014
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Top Grandview Moments of 2014

As 2014 comes to a close and our teachers, students, and staff are basking in one more week of winter break, we would like to reflect on some of our best Grandview moments this year. Here are our Top Grandview Moments of 2014– in no particular order: PRIDEVILLE Lower school students participated in their first-ever Prideville … Continue reading

Students raise over $12,500 for classmate battling cancer
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Students raise over $12,500 for classmate battling cancer

Fourth grader Randall Grenadier became the face of courage for students at Grandview this spring.  Randall is fighting a rare form of kidney cancer called Wilms Tumor for the second time– a fight which involves rounds of chemotherapy, several weeks missed with her friends at school, and of course, a huge time and financial commitment … Continue reading

Contest: The First Students in Space
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Contest: The First Students in Space

Over the summer, we announced that Grandview will have access to ARKYD, a technologically advanced space telescope that orbits around Earth and is designed to take high-resolution photos of objects in space. As a sponsored school (donated by Board of Trustees member Karen Swartz in memory of her late brother, astrophysicist Dr. Thomas Metcalf), Grandview students will … Continue reading

ARKYD: A Space Telescope for Everyone to be accessible at Grandview
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ARKYD: A Space Telescope for Everyone to be accessible at Grandview

Grandview will soon have the opportunity to control an orbiting space telescope.  Board of Trustees member Karen Swartz has donated $10,000 to the ARKYD Space Telescope Project on behalf of Grandview Preparatory School. ARKYD is a technologically advanced space telescope that orbits around Earth and is designed to take high-resolution photos of objects in space. … Continue reading