The Bucs' Blade

Pay it forward continues to make a change in everyday lives

Students part of pay it forward toured the Children's Advocacy Center in Holland and were able to learn the work of the center. (Photo courtesy of Brian Williams)

Natalie Dupuis, Reporter

February 2, 2020

Pay it forward is a semester-long class where students create a project to benefit the community and make an impact in other people’s lives.  “I wanted to create a class that offered a whole bunch of experiences for a person who’s experiencing a transitional time in their life, which would be...

Interact club looks to spread light to GH community

Natalie Dupuis, Reporter

January 14, 2020

Interact club is a service club that allows members of the club to go around the community and help out where help is needed.  “It’s an awesome group of people that want to connect with others and serve,” adviser John Mauro said. The interact club statement letter says they reflect on...

Bucs Pride to hold community fundraiser

Bluebird Family Camp will be held at Maranatha Conference Center to help support families dealing with cancer.

Natalie Dupuis, Reporter

December 18, 2019

The “Battle of the Bridge” basketball game will take place this Friday night in the GHHS Fieldhouse. Girls plays at 6:00 p.m. and the boys play at 7:30 p.m. In addition to the game, the varsity teams of Grand Haven and Spring Lake are going head to head to support the community cares fundraiser....

GHHS named “school of the year” for vaping education

Deputy Mackeller and Mrs. Schmitt along with others received the

Natalie Dupuis, Reporter

November 13, 2019

Grand Haven High School partnered with a few different organizations through the Ottawa Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition (OSAPC) and was able to work and prevent the use of teen substance abuse.  “It’s not just for vaping,” deputy Jake Mackeller said. “It’s for any substance, but vaping se...

Local Craft Show is a hit

Local Craft Show is a hit

Lucy Toppen, Reporter

December 13, 2017

White Pines Intermediate was bustling with holiday cheer this past Saturday Dec 9. From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. local vendors marketed their goods to shoppers at the Happy Elves Craft Show. Items including jewelry, baked goods, decorative art, hand knit scarves and mittens, holiday decorations, candles, clothing an...

The National Guard educates students in opportunities available after graduation

Vlasia Niotis, Web Editor

September 17, 2015

Those considering going into the military service after graduation can talk to military recruiters such as The National Guard during lunchtime. “We think it’s important that students are exposed to as many options as possible as soon as possible,” Sergeant Joel James said. Sergeant James v...

Community caroling

Elizabeth Tibbe, Co-editor in chief

December 3, 2014

Despite the blistering cold last night, Bolt Park filled with melodies and smiles. Bucs’ Pride organized the first of many community caroling nights. While the majority of the carolers were choir students adding in their own creative harmonies, the event was open to the community. “It was good...

Learning to pay it forward

Emily Bruch, News Editor

September 30, 2014

When are we ever going to need to know this? This is a question that has been asked in almost every classroom. But a pilot class is being offered next semester that will help students apply what they are learning to the real world. Social studies teacher Brian Williams will be adviser for Pay It Forward,...