MYP Live Q&A

In this week’s live Q&A, host Sparsh Aiyar interviewed panelists Mr. Antuma, Ms. McCumber, Mr. Tindall, and DP student Maya Oeverman about CAS, the Personal Project, and all things MYP. Watch to learn more about City’s unique curriculum for 7th-10th graders, and check back next week Thursday at 2:15 for part two: a DP focused live Q&A panel hosted by lead anchor Devan “Kumar” Varma. Continue reading MYP Live Q&A

Schoology Review: Keep it Elementary

Updated 9.17.2021 at 11:18 AM with response from GRPS tech department. For prior coverage, see In Defense of Google Classroom. When I was in 10th grade, I decided to design a video game for my IB Personal Project. I downloaded the latest version of the software, launched the engine on my computer, and then I started adding stuff. I downloaded free content I didn’t want, … Continue reading Schoology Review: Keep it Elementary

2021 Award Winning Articles

This week the results of the annual Michigan Interscholastic Press Association awards were announced and The City Voice took home six awards! Jonathan Hoffman earned an Honorable Mention in the Sports Columnist Category, Sparsh Aiyar an Honorable Mention in the Feature Columnist Category, Declan Bradley an Honorable Mention in the Human Interest category and 1st place in the Review category, Devan “Kumar” Varma an Honorable Mention … Continue reading 2021 Award Winning Articles

Announcing Community Night 2021

Not Just Another Zoom Call May 14, 2021, 4:00-6:00 PM This week The City Voice is excited to announce City High Middle’s first ever virtual community night! The event will be hosted in Gather, a complete community simulator. Explore a student-designed recreation of the City High Middle campus, play games with friends, go on a scavenger hunt, attend a live Q&A, and more! Want to … Continue reading Announcing Community Night 2021

Meet the New City Voice Editorial Board

Even with more than a month to go before the end of the school year, each year in mid-April The City Voice begins our new year as we welcome new members of the Editorial Board. Congratulations to Sparsh, Vishnu, Maya and Jonathan for their new positions on the board, and a huge thank you to graduating senior editor Megan Vaandrager for all her amazing work … Continue reading Meet the New City Voice Editorial Board

How City Voice Writers Get Their CAS Hours

Service seems to be the hardest one, but I have some tips. You can bring a large trash bag to any public park, put on your headphones, listen to music (or a podcast), and pick up trash for a few hours. Kumar Making cookies with siblings (You can teach others for service, or create your own recipes for creativity), walking your or your neighbor’s dogs, … Continue reading How City Voice Writers Get Their CAS Hours

Reminder: City Voice Shirts Are Uniform

I hope the second week of hybrid is going well for everyone! With the return of in-person instruction comes the return of the uniform policy. Some of you might be interested to know that all of the different City Voice t-shirts are uniform approved clothing for any day of the week. You don’t even have to be a club member to get one! And, even … Continue reading Reminder: City Voice Shirts Are Uniform