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  • Student teacher program helps train aspiring teachers

    Grady’s student teacher program helps train many young teachers for their future careers. The program has given aspiring teachers who have not yet been exposed to teaching in a classroom setting the experience to teach students and develop their skills.              As part of the program, student teachers get the opportunity to teach in a classroom setting while receiving guidance […]

    Teacher Caleb Beaver teaching his own class after completing the student teacher program last year
  • The Daffodil Project

    Throughout Atlanta and the world, daffodils bloom in remembrance of the tragedy that affected millions: the Holocaust. Although there is still pain felt worldwide when the Holocaust is mentioned today, to repair these deep wounds, schools and museums everywhere teach kids what happened to ensure future generations learn from the past. Then there’s the Daffodil Project. Started by Dr. Andrea […]

    The Daffodil Project
  • Rockin’ Ritos Quest for the Best Burritos

    Rather than heatedly debate over presidential candidates, students incessantly argue over the leading burrito joint in Atlanta, each presenting their case for why their favorite is the best. On an empty stomach and with some cash to blow, I journeyed around the city to find the finest burrito, visiting the most prominent burrito restaurants, Willy’s, Moe’s Southwest Grill, Chipotle, and […]

    Rockin’ Ritos Quest for the Best Burritos
  • Future Title I funds uncertain

    Each year when Grady students return from summer break, they are met with neon purple, yellow and green forms to complete. While these routine forms may seem insignificant, they are part of the federal Title I program, which collects information on the school’s socioeconomic demographics to  secure an estimated $200,000 in federal funding each year. Last school year, Inman Middle […]

    Future Title I funds uncertain
  • Younger members build the Grady cross country team

    For the Grady cross country  team, which looks to compete for the state title in Class AAAAA, recruiting new members this year has not been a challenge. The team has 80 athletes, roughly 25 are freshmen and even more are sophomores joining the team for their first year.         “We have a very good group of freshmen, which I say […]

    Younger members build the Grady cross country team
  • Girls Who Code prepares to run the world

    For as long as I can remember, I have always thought of technology as a “Boy’s Club;” a club that, incidentally, I never saw myself fitting into. The first image that sprung into my mind when I envisioned a coder was some headphone-wearing, slouched over teenage boy playing a violent game of guns and gore in the dark. That is […]

    Girls Who Code prepares to run the world
  • Knights open season, close out North Atlanta 53-0

    The Grady Knights kicked off their regular season with a victory over North Atlanta Warriors. Senior quarterback Caylin Newton had five total touchdowns in the game (three passing, two rushing) and senior running back DiMarcus Clay had two rushing touchdowns to help Grady cruise to a 53-0 win. Lead by two interceptions, a sack, and a forced fumble from senior […]

    Knights open season, close out North Atlanta 53-0
  • Marco’s fails to deliver memorable pizza

    Marco’s Pizza, a restaurant chain from Toledo, OH, opened a month and a half ago on North Highland Ave. Marco’s was established in 1978 and is the fastest growing pizza company in the United States, based on the number of stores signed into development since 2007. Since 1978, it has grown to operate over 700 stores in 35 states and […]

    Marco’s fails to deliver memorable pizza
  • Grady flashes potential in preseason loss

    By Alex Langan and Charlie Toole The Knights came up short, 33-7 to Mays in a preseason scrimmage Saturday. Although Grady lost, there were still several positives from the game. “We went out there and played our best game, to be honest,” said senior defensive back Avante Ross. “We didn’t have that much energy, but we played our best game.” […]

  • Pedaling against odds, Berrington seeks change

    By: Mei Nathan and Allie Schneider Laying flat on his back at the intersection of Ludlow St. and S. 34th St in Philadelphia, PA. with a pulsing concussion and severe injuries, Craig Berrington came to the realization he had to escape his current life. It was Feb. 9, 2012, and Berrington had just been hit by a car while biking. […]

    Pedaling against odds, Berrington seeks change

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Timothy Guiney (courtesy of Adamson Middle School)

Guiney departs, Bockman serves in interim

August 25, 2016 at 4:40 pm

Timothy Guiney (courtesy of Adamson Middle School) By: Mei Nathan and Chase Kleber Grady Principal Timothy Guiney will leave effective Sept. 9 to become Associate Superintendent...

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Cross Country starts out strong

August 25, 2016 at 8:44 pm

By Alyssia Richardson   Grady cross country teams entered the season switching from region 6-4A to 6-5A to face old region rivals such as Decatur, Riverwood, Carver and...

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AP Spanish, Lost in the Chaos of College Board

AP Spanish, Lost in the Chaos of College Board

August 25, 2016 at 9:53 am

With over 35 people taking AP Spanish this year, it is surprising that only five to eight students usually take the AP exam at the end of the school year. Although the course...

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Live streaming allows Olympics on the go

August 18, 2016 at 1:46 pm

In 2008, the Summer Olympics were held for the first time in Beijing, China, with over 4.7 billion people worldwide tuning into the television coverage. Currently, the Summer...

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The Daffodil Project

The Daffodil Project

August 24, 2016 at 6:24 pm

BLOOMING WITH HOPE : Daffodils are planted in Vsetin, Czech Republic, in honor of all who died in Vsetin during the Holocaust. Throughout Atlanta and the world, daffodils...