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Grand Haven's student publication of community significance since 1927

The Bucs' Blade

Grand Haven's student publication of community significance since 1927

The Bucs' Blade

Orchestra teacher Melissa Meyers snaps to keep the rhythm. Her students play in sync forming a harmony that resonates down the music wing.
Melissa Meyers Strikes a Chord with Students, Receives Teacher of the Year Award
Nathan Burns, Reporter • December 22, 2023
Senior Jordan Smaka rises above the cast of Mary Poppins. The was the first show in Grand Haven Theater Department history to include an element of theater such as flight which made for a very visually appealing play.
Play Hits New Heights
Katie Snyder, Editor • December 19, 2023
Lakeshore Middle School is the oldest building in the district at just over 70 years. The vote on the bond proposal to replace it takes place on Nov. 7
Bond Vote Set for Nov. 7
Peter Ver Duin, Editor • November 6, 2023
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Money Soup setting up in the media center for their show in academy. The band is also recording in hopes of making it onto NPR.
Money Soup to Perform at GHHS
Peter Ver Duin, Editor • February 9, 2024

Senior Robert Greene will be performing with his band Money Soup in the media center on Friday, Feb....

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Club supervisor Jason Klinger and his chosen team of 8 will be flying in to D.C Feb. 12 from Midway Airport.
Model United Nations goes to Washington D.C for four day competition
Taylor Pokorski, Reporter • February 6, 2024

On Feb. 13 the Model United Nations club will be traveling to Washington D.C to participate in the North...

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Senior Calvin Poll, playing his role 
 narrator in the The Grim Brother Spectaculathon. As the thespian prepare to take on the Michigan Interscholastic Forensic (MIFA) regionals.
The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon Performed by Grand Haven Thespians at Regionals, Qualifies for States
C Kelly, Reporter • February 2, 2024

The Grim Brother Spectaculathon is a play the theater program has been working on since Christmas break....

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Senior Calvin Poll, playing his role 
 narrator in the The Grim Brother Spectaculathon. As the thespian prepare to take on the Michigan Interscholastic Forensic (MIFA) regionals.
The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon Performed by Grand Haven Thespians at Regionals, Qualifies for States
C Kelly, Reporter • February 2, 2024

The Grim Brother Spectaculathon is a play the theater program has been working on since Christmas break....

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Duplissis celebrates on the podium with the other placers in the Tulip Invitational. Courtesy of Leah Duplissis.
Tulips and Tumbling: Q&A with Future Spartan Cady Duplissis
Reegan Cook, Reporter • February 1, 2024

Cady Duplissis is a senior and recently took first in the Tulip City Gymnastics Invitational. She's been...

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Team captain Roman Smith runs past the map of the GHHS cross country course where he ran his first race. I just stuck with it and I grew to love it and its a big part of my life now, Smith said.
Committed to Improvement
Peter Ver Duin, Editor • January 30, 2024
Senior Roman Smith's Remarkable Cross Country Career
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The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse by Charlie Mackesy is a heartwarming story with many hard themes for all ages.
"The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse," warms the heart
Taylor Pokorski, Reporter • January 22, 2024

From its illustrations of ink, watercolor, tea stains, or dog prints, to its beautifully inconsistent unorthodox writing style, "The Boy, the...

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The album cover from Swifts latest release: 1989 (Taylors Version). The album is a re-recording of the original 1989 album with an additional 5 tracks
Taylor Swift Albums Ranked
Peter Ver Duin and Reegan Cook November 16, 2023

Taylor Swift is one of the most influential pop stars to date. With the success of her recorded albums, her newest album, Midnights, and her Eras...

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Opened in 1954, Lakeshore Middle School would be replaced by a new building if the bond issue passes.  The new building would be located at Lincoln and 152nd .
YES VOTE ON MILLAGE BENEFITS STUDENTS, COMMUNITY
STAFF May 1, 2023
Those opposed to the plan argue the cost is too high for the outcome. Some believe that instead of building a whole new middle school we should just renovate the one we currently have. In actuality, this is not cost-effective. It would be band-aids over bullet holes. Studies indicate fixing up older buildings leaves an immense amount of continuous upkeep and maintenance, ultimately suggesting that a new building would be the more economically rewarding option. 
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Duplissis celebrates on the podium with the other placers in the Tulip Invitational. Courtesy of Leah Duplissis.
Tulips and Tumbling: Q&A with Future Spartan Cady Duplissis
Reegan Cook, Reporter • February 1, 2024

Cady Duplissis is a senior and recently took first in the Tulip City Gymnastics Invitational. She's been...

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Team captain Roman Smith runs past the map of the GHHS cross country course where he ran his first race. I just stuck with it and I grew to love it and its a big part of my life now, Smith said.
Committed to Improvement
Peter Ver Duin, Editor • January 30, 2024
Senior Roman Smith's Remarkable Cross Country Career
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Coach Doug Thorne explains the plan for practice. The Bucs open their season against Mona Shores High School on Dec. 14 at 6 p.m. at home.
Boys Swimming & Diving Opens Season Against Mona Shores High School
Ian Burley, Reporter • December 13, 2023

The Buccaneer boys Swimming and Diving team kicks off its season against the Mona Shores Sailors with...

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