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Prior career experiences improve teaching ability

Prior career experiences improve teaching ability

Josh Wolfe, Assistant Comment Editor

April 11, 2019

Teaching at a public school can be challenging, but many Grady teachers feel equipped to adapt to unique situations because they started their careers teac...

Students reignite flame of progress, advocate for safety

Students reignite flame of progress, advocate for safety

March 25, 2019

Grady freshman Alexia Hyneman died three years ago after crossing the intersection of 10th Street and Monroe Drive on her bike at night. Three years late...

Demands for safer streets gain traction

Demands for safer streets gain traction

March 25, 2019

Leaving a chorus concert in February 2016, Principal Dr. Betsy Bockman and her daughter, then freshman Elizabeth, waited for the light at the intersect...

Debate continues dominance, earns tenth straight state championship win

Debate continues dominance, earns tenth straight state championship win

March 14, 2019

The Grady Speech and Debate team won the Overall Sweepstakes Award for a tenth time in a row at the GFCA (Georgia Forensic Coaches Association) State Championships...

Warren shapes 2020 primary with trip to Georgia

Warren shapes 2020 primary with trip to Georgia

March 12, 2019

Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada, South Carolina and Georgia. The Peach State is not often considered one of the first stops on a presidential campaign t...

District’s `Excellent Schools Project’ sparks community debate

District’s `Excellent Schools Project’ sparks community debate

March 6, 2019

  Atlanta Public School’s controversial initiative to implement the “Excellent Schools Project” faces impassioned opposition as well as support...

Marian Patricia “Pat” Kelly remembered by Grady community

Marian Patricia “Pat” Kelly remembered by Grady community

Charlotte Spears, Co-Editor-in-Chief

February 28, 2019

Former teacher Marian Patricia “Pat” Kelly passed away on Feb. 11. Kelly came to Grady in the fall of 1970, nine years after the student body integrated....

Four seniors named Posse Scholars

Four seniors named Posse Scholars

February 26, 2019

Every year, Grady sends students off to top-tier colleges such as George Washington University and Boston University through the Posse Scholarship program....

Civil and Human Rights Museum offers free admission

Civil and Human Rights Museum offers free admission

February 20, 2019

The Center for Civil and Human Rights offered free admission to anyone interested during the month of February, attracting people of all ages and backgrou...

Gentrification: Atlanta’s Displacement Game

Gentrification: Atlanta’s Displacement Game

February 14, 2019

In 2008, the housing market in the United States plummeted. A build up in subprime real estate loans caused the worst economic period in the United States sin...

New Teachers in the New Year

New Teachers in the New Year

February 14, 2019

New Year. New Teachers. Grady, this year, has added two new teachers mid-semester to the teaching staff, Kate Carter and Victoria Goya have been recentl...

Joint Gulch development underway

Joint Gulch development underway

February 13, 2019

Atlanta Public Schools and the city of Atlanta reached a deal to use more than $300 million in APS school property taxes to fund the Gulch redevelopment...

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