Hello everyone, as the year comes to an end, we at the City Voice have decided that we will be holding a cool fundraiser in which we will be selling donuts, cookies, soda, and candy on Mondays and Fridays before AND after school for this week and the next! We hope to see you there, as we have a lot of fun treats to sell! … Continue reading City Voice Fundraiser!
As you may know (see what I did there?), May is AAPI month, which may leave you with some questions about the month itself and how you can celebrate. Thankfully I’m here to take you through it all! Why do we celebrate it? AAPI month is a way to celebrate and empower those in America who are of Asian or pacific islander descent. Historically, the … Continue reading Happy AAPI Month!
In case you haven’t heard, City High’s 2022-2023 prom will be held at the Grand Rapids Public museum! The theme is masquerade and the dance will be held at 7pm to 10pm. Tickets were sold this week during lunch from Monday to Friday, and we won’t be selling tickets at the door, so if you missed your chance, you’re out of luck. And, for those … Continue reading Prom Will Be Held At GRPM
Earlier this week, on Monday at approximately 11:27 am, I was sitting in chemistry class when I saw my phone screen light up. I tapped on the notification since it was from Gmail and found myself staring at an email with the words “DO NOT LOOK” written hundreds of times. The subject line accompanying the email reads “DO NOT CLICK.” This email was sent to … Continue reading GRPS Email Chain Causes An Annoyance
Principal Ryan Huppert was accepted into the Doctor of Education Leadership Program over at Harvard University! Sadly, this program is a full three year residential program, meaning that he will have to leave his post as Principal of City High Middle School and attend the program. We are very happy for Mr. Huppert and wish him all the best in his journey! Now as Mr. … Continue reading Mr. Huppert Leaving City To Pursue Doctorate In Harvard
That’s right folks, it’s that time of year again. Exams are coming up, and you can’t afford to be late to them! So here we have the exam schedule (for those who don’t already have it, of course) Friday June 3 – Lunch A Period Start End Total time 1st Hour Exam 8:00 am 9:20 am 80 minutes 2nd Hour 9:25 am 10:10 am 45 … Continue reading Exam Schedule
As you know, each grade has a student government, and so to make everything truly democratic, we hold elections every year. Now I know, the class of 2024 has had its share of problems with its student body, so here we’re giving you a chance to make a difference. At exactly 3:32 PM, Mr. Brown emailed all 10th grade students with a link for the … Continue reading Class of 2024 Student Body Applications
City’s theatre department has been around for years, performing musical after musical each year, and this year’s musical has just been announced! After a very long elimination round of potential shows in the choir room on Tuesday, May 10, at precisely 2:58 pm, there was only one show left upon the whiteboard that Mrs. Degenhart, City’s choir teacher, hadn’t torn up: Into The Woods. That’s … Continue reading City Musical Announced
Congratulations to Declan Bradley and Maya Oeverman for being inducted into the 2022 National Scholastic Press Association Journalism Honor Roll for their work at The City Voice! Approximately 1,300 high school journalists across the United States were honored this year, among them graduating seniors who are now eligible for NSPA sponsored college scholarships, to be announced in May. All honorees will also receive certificates of … Continue reading City Voice Writers Recognized in National Journalism Honor Roll
Congratulations everyone! It’s almost May, and there’s only one more month of school left. This weekend I’m happy to announce that it is homework free, so there’ll be no stress of getting projects done or cramming for quizzes. Have a great weekend! Continue reading Celebrate the Last Homework Free Weekend