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  • Grady Class of 2005 Reunion

    The Grady Class of 2005 celebrated its 10-year reunion today. The ‘05 alumni began the day by removing weeds from native plantings along the BeltLine. The group then went to Grady for lunch and a self-guided tour of their former school. The alumni will gather in Edgewood tonight for a bar crawl. The weekend will culminate tomorrow with a brunch […]

    Grady Class of 2005 Reunion
  • Senior Martin brings a close to Grady family dynasty

    For senior Jefferson Martin, Grady is more than just a school. It’s part of his identity. “[Grady] has kind of been my entire life,” Jefferson said. “I’ve had a brick out in the courtyard since I was in like sixth grade.” Over the past 30 years, nine of his siblings and cousins have graduated from Grady. Jefferson’s graduation later this […]

    Senior Martin brings a close to Grady family dynasty
  • Grady graduate Swann drafted by Saints

    By Conrad Newton and Matt Wood Just over a million students play high school football in the United States. Out of all the high school players, 6.5 percent go on to participate at the collegiate level and of the 70,000 NCAA collegiate football players, only 1.6 percent eventually go on to play in the NFL. Every year, the NFL drafts […]

    Grady graduate Swann drafted by Saints
  • Guiney hands publication reigns to Ellerton

      Principal Timothy Guiney has selected Del Ellerton to succeed David Winter as the adviser for The Southerner and Nexus magazine next school year. Ellerton will also teach the sophomore introductory journalism course. Guiney said in an email to the Southerner he selected Ellerton based off the recommendation of an interview panel consisting of himself and six other individuals from […]

    Guiney hands publication reigns to Ellerton
  • City council preserves historic, controversial mural

    If you take a stroll through the historic “Sweet Auburn” district of Atlanta, there’s no doubt you’ll run into landmarks of the Civil Rights Movement. You may pass the birthplace of Martin Luther King Jr. or see the steeple of the Ebenezer Baptist Church. You might even stop at the African American Panoramic Experience (APEX) museum to learn about the […]

    City council preserves historic, controversial mural
  • Gauntlet narrowly misses shot at title

    BY PARK LI On Sunday, the boys ultimate team, the Grady Gauntlet, drove to local Python Park to finish up the state tournament that had been previously stopped short two weeks earlier due to inclement weather. Grady was still seeded third going into semifinals, with Lakeside High School and The Paideia School seeded in front of them, and Brookwood High […]

    Gauntlet narrowly misses shot at title
  • Guensler, Pope co-STARs in more ways than one

    Senior Carter Guensler has been named the state of Georgia’s 2015 STAR Student, and history and musical theater teacher Mr. Roderick Pope has been named the state’s STAR Teacher. The Professional Association of Georgia Educators announced the tandem awards at its state Student Teacher Achievement Recognition, or STAR, Banquet Monday at the Crowne Plaza Ravinia. As the state winners, Guensler, […]

    Guensler, Pope co-STARs in more ways than one
  • Senior one-acts offer a taste of theater

    This Friday and Saturday from 7 to 9 p.m., the Grady Thespians will perform Senior One-Act Plays in the Black-Box Theater. Directed by seniors and acted by Grady students of all ages, each performance is between 10 and 30 minutes. There are seven different performances, each directed by a senior. With subject matter ranging from hitchhikers to theology to climbing […]

    Senior one-acts offer a taste of theater
  • APS to wait on Druid Hills before deciding Inman fate

    When school board member Matt Westmoreland addressed the Inman community at a Feb. 19 meeting to discuss overcrowding in the cluster, he reminded the audience of the pain the issue has caused in the recent past. “Three years and three months ago, I was sitting on the second to last row in this room, where Erroll Davis sat on the […]

    APS to wait on Druid Hills before deciding Inman fate
  • Administration addresses dress code concerns at meeting

      Speaking on behalf of the student group Grady Feminists For Dress Code Reform, senior Conor Loveless read aloud a key portion of the group’s reform platform at a public meeting Wednesday afternoon in the Grady theater.  The meeting focused on creating a dialogue between students and administration about concerns over the APS dress code policy and its enforcement at […]

    Administration addresses dress code concerns at meeting

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Grady Class of 2005 Reunion

Grady Class of 2005 Reunion

June 1, 2015 at 11:05 pm

Cameron Washington, the 2005 prom king, said he was happy to see his former classmates. Dave...

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Grady graduate Swann drafted by Saints

Grady graduate Swann drafted by Saints

May 21, 2015 at 1:25 pm

GOING FAR: Defensive back Damian Swann, a Grady graduate and former Georgia Bulldog, was selected by the New Orleans Saints in the fifth round of the 2015 NFL Draft. Swann...

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‘Religious freedom’ bill limits freedom, fuels determination

May 28, 2015 at 7:19 pm

Up until Sherman’s March to the Sea, Georgians may not have realized that they had always been on the wrong side of history; the havoc wreaked by Union troops devastated...

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Spring into this year’s festival season

May 28, 2015 at 5:12 pm

By Sophie Durham and Matt Wood When the cold weather finally fades away and the sun starts shining, you know it’s festival season in Georgia. Just like spring flowers, festivals...

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Senior Martin brings a close to Grady family dynasty

Senior Martin brings a close to Grady family dynasty

May 29, 2015 at 10:37 pm

002_2 For the last three decades, the Martin family has been a foundation on which the Grady...