Grandview Activities

​​​​​Grandview Art Students are Winners!

​​The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards are the nation's longest-running and most prestigious recognition program for creative teens in grades 7–12.  This prestigious national program has been an annual event in Colorado for the past 69 years.  The History Colorado Center will serve as the host for our region.

In 2017, Colorado had over 6,000 pierces of art from approximately 2,200 students in the program. Submissions are adjudicated and selected works will go on display at the History Colorado Center in the spring of 2018. Judges look for work that best exemplify originalitytechnical skill, and the emergence of a personal voice or vision. Students receiving Gold Keys, Silver Keys, Honorable Mentions, American Visions & Voices Nominations are celebrated at the exhibition at the History Colorado Center and spring awards ceremony. 

 Gold Key works are judged nationally by an impressive panel of creative–industry experts.  National Medalists will be recognized at the national ceremony at Carnegie Hall in New York City in June 2018.


March 3 - 30: Scholastic Art Exhibition at the History Colorado Center

March 13: Red Carpet Premiere for Film and Animation Winners at the Sie Film Center

March 11: Gold Key, Silver Key & Honorable Mention Award Ceremony at the History Colorado Center

2017-18 Grandview winners include:

Holly Franzen (9)        ​             
Silver Key             Painting

Yongmei Ma (12)                     
Gold Key              Ceramics

Yongmei Ma (12)                    
Silver Key             Ceramics

Skylar Rosenblum (12)           
Silver Key             Painting

Owen Scott (11)                      
Silver Key             Photography

Madison Sinar (10)                  
Gold Key              Photography

Angelica Suero (12)                
Gold Key              Film & Animation


Grandview’s FCCLA collected and wrapped gifts for 11 families in the Grandview and feeder school community​.  

Prostart Attends Restaurant Show

​ProStart students attended the 1st annual Colorado Restaurant Show where they had the opportunity to listen to Bret Thorn, Senior Food Writer of the Nation’s Restaurant News Magazine, attend other workshops discussing food trends, marketing, local sourcing, and menu development.

 They also had the opportunity to attend the vendor exhibit and network with a variety of industry connections. Kristina Armijo (12th grade) is talking with the Seattle Fish Company vendor, which has been a great support to the Grandview ProStart program for years.



​ProStart competition teams are in full swing for the 2016/2017 school year! The culinary team is busy working alongside mentors Chef Elliot (executive chef at Yaya’s Euro Bistro) and Chef Ryan (pastry chef/front of house at Yaya’s Euro Bistro).

Students include: Kristina Armijo (12th grade, team captain), Trevor Wurtsmith (12th grade), Kyle Tatlock (11th grade), Nicole Palacios (12th grade), and Jacorri Daughtry (11th grade).


The management team just chose their concept direction with the help of mentor Tim Lynott from Chili’s Bar and Grill. They are hopeful to maintain the title at state competition this year of 1st place! Students include: Alyssa Roberts (12th grade, team captain), Zach Tran (12th grade), Ashley Moreland (12th grade), Tala Adi (11th grade), and Makayla Brunell (11th grade).


​Thy Nguyen (left) graduated in May and competed in the Hospitality & Tourism event at FCCLA nationals this summer in San Diego July 3rd-8th. She received a Gold medal! Alyssa Aragon (right) graduated in May and competed in Interior Design at FCCLA nationals. She received a Silver medal! Thy and Alyssa were officers for FCCLA for the past 2 years and have lead the Grandview chapter to amazing heights! These two graduates will be missed, but their legacy will push us forward! 

​​National ProStart Invitational Competition April 29-May 1st in Dallas, Texas!​


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Please congratulate the following ProStart students for their accomplishments at the conference.   Out of 42 states competing in the management competition, Grandview High School placed 3rd in the nation! This is the highest Colorado has ever placed at the national competition! In addition to their ranking, each student on the team earned $88,000 total in scholarship offers to continue their career in the hospitality industry.

Congratulations to: Alyssa Anglin- Cherokee Trail High School- 12th grade

Brenda Guerrero- Grandview High School- 11th grade

Devan Cawley- Cherokee Trail High School- 12th grade

Alyssa Roberts- Eaglecrest High School- 11th grade

Kevin Graf- Grandview High School- 12th grade

​Grandview Cyber P​atriot Teams Compete

​Grandview HS had three Cyber Patriot teams this year composed of juniors Sam Mauck, Ivan Krukov, Jason Matney, Garrett Maus ​and Tyler Tokumoto who  finished 3rd in Colorado and 13th nationally during the state competition round.  They finished 5th in Colorado and 17th nationally in the nationals qualifying round. Colorado is the most competitive state with 4 of the 12 national qualifiers.​

Grandview FBLA State Results​​​


​Grandview FCCLA students attend Prostart Invitational Competition.​

​​​Braden Moore is Local and State TSA President ​


Braden Moore completed his fourth term as State Officer for Grandview High School TSA and two terms as State TSA President. 

​​Grandview Students Create Mural ​​

Grandview art students began work on a mural in the performing arts hallway during the 2015 school year with graduating artists Isa Mainardis, Kai Russell and Cassidy Stratton.

The mural was completed this year by Dee Dee Nguyen and Savannah Lindburg. 

​Grandview Make-A-Wish​

​CCSA (Creative Career Student Assoc.) created the 8’ x 12’ mural of our Make-a-Wish student for our fundraising efforts this week.  The mural hung in our cafeteria and our Mary is taking it home with her and her family.


TSA State Competition Winners​ ​

Michelle Moore, Advisor of the Year
Braden Moore completed his fourth term as State Officer.
The last two terms as State TSA President
Architectural Renovation – 3rd place

Andrew Pfefer, Dylan Eppard, Joe Stanton, Matthew Fox, Sanjay Kalaga

Career Preparation – 1st place

Anthony Doan

Chapter Team – 2nd place

Kelsey Collins, Taylor Crist, Justin Davis, Matthew Fox, Camilla Hallin,  Andrew Pfefer

CAD 3-D Engineering

1st place – Tim Fromme
2nd place – Braden Moore

Debating Technological Issues – 2nd place

Advaita Singh, Ramshanker Balasubramamnyan
Desktop Publishing – 2nd placeCamilla Hallin

Extemporaneous Presentation – 1st place

   Adhithya Basker

On-Demand Video – 1st place

Demi Segura, Andrew Pfefer, Kelli Stanton, Joe Stanton, Alex Warren, Ben Warren

Photographic Technology

2nd place – Joe Stanton

3rd place – Ben Warren

Prepared Presentation – 3rd place

 Yehna Bendul

Promotional Graphics – 2nd placeCamilla Hallin

Technical Sketching and Application – 2nd place

 Braden Moore

Technology Bowl Individual – 1st place

Braden Moore

Technology Bowl Team– 2nd place

Braden Moore, Camilla Hallin,  Adhithya Basker

Video Game Design – 2nd place

Braden Moore, Jason Matney, Anna Wikowsky, Chad Lewis, Jonathan Ki


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