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Q&A with Principal Tracy Wilson about new E-Hall Passes starting tomorrow

Q&A with Principal Tracy Wilson about new E-Hall Passes starting tomorrow

Riley Vining and Peter Ver Duin January 18, 2023

Q: Why was the E-Hall pass instated? A:  We have some classrooms that don't use the passes, so we have kids in the hallway with no pass on. And it's hard to know where [students] are supposed to be....

Folklore danced preformed before presentations.

GHHS Hosts Multicultural Family Night

Kassity Perrault, Reporter October 21, 2022

Multicultural family night is held every year inviting families from different cultural backgrounds to come together at Grand Haven High School’s cafeteria and enjoy a provided dinner. This year it was...

Bucs fall to Fighting Scots

Bucs fall to Fighting Scots

Berkley Samdal, Reporter October 13, 2022

Students sit on bleachers and blankets in the Aux gym to watch Monsters Inc.

Student Senate hosts Monday movie night

Kassity Perrault, Reporter September 28, 2022

Monday, Sept. 26 student senators arranged a movie night for homecoming week. The movie they presented, Monsters Inc, was meant to be exciting for the students participating as well as match the theme...

Swimmers off to a fast start

Swimmers off to a fast start

Berkley Samdal, Reporter September 21, 2022

What Happened in Last Week's Meet: The Bucs beat East Kentwood with a score of 190-112   What Does This Mean: The team is ranked 2nd in the state in division one with 4-1 record.   Key...

The boys cross country team share a hug before running in the O-K Red conference meet in 2021. Norder and Clark are off to a great start this year, both running personal best times at the MSU meet.

Boys cross country off to hot start

Sage Jarmosco, Reporter September 20, 2022

WHAT HAPPENED: The boys cross country team, currently ranked at fourth in the state and first in region, finished in fourth place at the Michigan State University meet on Friday, Sept. 16. According to...

CUDDLES: One of Jaxs signature moves is staying calm and allowing students to pet him when they need his support. He also will often instinctually lay at their feet when they meet with Rinkevicz to discuss their mental health.

CHS emotional support dog brings comfort and joy to students

Camille Berko, Editor In Chief March 5, 2022

The ability to sense emotions and know exactly how to help is a skill many humans might never master, but is one that most dogs are born with.  Jax, a 10-month-old English Cream Golden Retriever, has...

I just want student to know to not give a crap about what people are saying, a sophomore who wished to stay anonymous said. You have to be very brace and I feel like if you dont have what it takes to stand up to people giving you dirty looks, then its not worth it. I have been hiding in the dark for too long and Im ready to be out to this high school.

Despite policies aimed at inclusiveness, LGBTQ students still report harrassment

Camille Berko, Editor In Chief February 1, 2022

“Tranny!”  "It!”  These are the words hurled at freshman transgender male Cas Wunder by a group of eight students as he headed into White Pines Middle School for a band event last year. They...

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