the Southerner Online

  • Football team looks to bounce back after 2-7 season
  • Award-winning poet Stallings reads at Grady
  • The Southerner’s response to attacks on the news media
  • Taylor concert Swiftly merges old and new
  • Grady students suddenly are no longer wrong
  • Football team looks to bounce back after 2-7 season
    Football, SPORTS

    Football team looks to bounce back after 2-7 season

    Mills Rentz-Baker, Section Editor

    After a 2-7 losing season last year, Grady football is looking towards first time head coach Kevin Clark to bring back the winning ways of 2 years ago. Clark comes from a winning atmosphere, previously coaching as the defensive-backs coach at Mays. He has brought in a new coaching staff along with a new...

    Junior punter Reid Schratweiser punts the ball after the Northgate defense forced a quick three and out in the first quarter.

  • Award-winning poet Stallings reads at Grady
    A&E

    Award-winning poet Stallings reads at Grady

    Joanna Baker

    Poet and classicist A.E. Stallings has proved that the humanities are not a lost art. Many of her poems are based in Greek and Roman mythology, and yet, she expertly intertwines the stories with modern life, creating poems that are widely relatable and deeply impactful. Grady’s Latin program inv...

    Poet A.E. Stallings reads from her book "Olives" on Aug. 6. Many of her poems in the book are based on Greek and Roman mythology.

    Lanier Pickren

  • The Southerner’s response to attacks on the news media
    Board Editorials, Comment

    The Southerner’s response to attacks on the news media

    In accordance with the Boston Globe’s proposal, the Southerner is taking part in a coordinated editorial response to the ongoing attacks on the press by President Donald Trump. A cognizant nation capable of making intelligent decisions begins with unlimited access to honest information by way of ...

    The First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.

    The Newseum

  • Taylor concert Swiftly merges old and new
    A&E, LIFESTYLE, Music Review

    Taylor concert Swiftly merges old and new

    Margot McLaughlin

    Taylor Swift’s “Reputation” world tour came to Mercedes Benz Stadium Aug. 10-11, filling tens of thousands of seats with screaming teens, parents with young children and the occasional boyfriend. The show hit the middle of Swift’s stadium tour, which began in May and wraps up in November. ...

    Taylor Swift's Reputation tour came to the Mercedes Benz Stadium Aug. 10-11.

    Emily-Claire Sherman

  • Grady students suddenly are no longer wrong
    Breaking News, NEWS, Uncategorized

    Grady students suddenly are no longer wrong

    Aidan Downey and Kiki Soto

    Students will miss hearing long-time Assistant Principal Dr. David Lee Propst’s catchphrase, “you are wrong,” as he retired from Grady on July 31. Dr. Propst will be the new principal of a 1,400-student school, A’Takamul International School, in Kuwait City, Kuwait, for one year. “It will be ...

    Dr. Propst, Assistant Principal at Grady High School retired July 31st.

Proposed Monroe and 10th development shut down by city
Grady students suddenly are no longer wrong
Sophomores see Tony Award-winning ‘Hamilton’
Herrera inducted into National Debate Hall of Fame

Herrera inducted into National Debate Hall of Fame

May 20, 2018

Lack of semester-long classes complicates schedules

Lack of semester-long classes complicates schedules

May 16, 2018

Beltline tranportation

Beltline tranportation

May 15, 2018

Senior Hannah Prausnitz-Weinbaum does it all

Senior Hannah Prausnitz-Weinbaum does it all

May 8, 2018

View All
Issue of the Week

Should there be a rule prohibiting teachers from giving exams or quizzes the day before a break?

  • Yes, often times a lot of people are absent in order to get a head start traveling so it makes more sense to take it when more people are present. (0%, 0 Votes)
  • No, it is not their responsibility to accommodate to students' travel plans. (0%, 0 Votes)

Total Voters: 0

Loading ... Loading ...
Recent Sports Scores
  • Friday, August 17

    Varsity Football

    Henry W. Grady High School 7 - North Atlanta 20

  • Wednesday, August 15

    Softball

    Henry W. Grady High School 25 - Kipp Atlanta Collegiate 6

  • Friday, August 10

    Varsity Football

    Henry W. Grady High School 0 - Northgate 19

  • Tuesday, November 28

    Varsity Girls Basketball

    Henry W. Grady High School 36 - Decatur 66

  • Saturday, November 25

    Varsity Boys Basketball

    Henry W. Grady High School 51 - Drew Charter 52

  • Friday, November 24

    Boys Varsity Basketball

    Henry W. Grady High School 68 - Therrell 74

  • Tuesday, November 21

    Varsity Boys Basketball

    Henry W. Grady High School 71 - Columbus 72

  • Tuesday, November 21

    Varsity Girls Basketball

    Henry W. Grady High School 49 - Hardaway 77

  • Tuesday, November 14

    Varsity Girls Preseason Basketball

    Henry W. Grady High School 41 - South Atlanta 38

  • Tuesday, November 14

    Preseason Varsity Boys Basketball

    Henry W. Grady High School 48 - South Atlanta 83

Knights fall to rival North Atlanta for second year in a row
Football team looks to bounce back after 2-7 season
Region champion boys tennis team’s season ends in playoffs
Boys track wins region, four score at state

Boys track wins region, four score at state

May 16, 2018

Young girls soccer team makes playoff run

Young girls soccer team makes playoff run

May 15, 2018

Boys soccer falls in playoffs to McIntosh

Boys soccer falls in playoffs to McIntosh

May 15, 2018

Should the billion dollar NCAA pay college athletes?

May 15, 2018

View All
Sports In Motion

The Southerner's Henry Smalley discusses the outlook for the tennis team's 2018 season with new head coach Valerie Taylor on Feb. 5, 2018.

Taylor concert Swiftly merges old and new
Locker use at Grady higher than students perceive
Herrera inducted into National Debate Hall of Fame

Herrera inducted into National Debate Hall of Fame

May 20, 2018

Ellerton pushes students, athletes to work hard

Ellerton pushes students, athletes to work hard

May 5, 2018

Big Choice: Choosing a college roommate

Big Choice: Choosing a college roommate

May 2, 2018

View All
Southerner Conversations

The Southerner's Katie Earles speaks with Ronnie Goings, Grady Class of 1959. This is the second in a series of oral history interviews to commemorate the school's 70th anniversary this year. Published published Jan. 23, 2018

School runs smoothly with Google Classroom
View All
A Difference of Opinion

In "Difference of Opinion" episode 4, Southerner staff writers Selena Kleber and Anna Tischer debate the merits and drawbacks of limiting the number of Advanced Placement class students can take.

Southerner Podcast: 6 – Hamilton, Theater, and Jazz with musical guests Jay Hammond and Isaac Turner
Snap with Us
Snapchat Snapcode

Scan the Snapcode to keep up with the Southerner on Snapchat.

Southerner Archives
An upbeat website for a downtown school
An upbeat website for a downtown school