Music students perform at 6A state competition

Tia Dunsworth

May 19, 2015

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News

At the home of the Jayhawks, in Lawrence, Kansas, sixty-two Garden City High School students performed their solo and small ensemble pieces for the Kansas High School Activities Association State 6A Solo and Ensemble Contest on... Read more »

Art showcases students talent

Azucena Rosales

May 19, 2015

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News

On May 12, 2015 the Arts and Communications Academy held their annual fashion showcase. Four groups containing more then 10 models strutted their stuff down the run way to showcase their designs in front of classmates, friends,... Read more »

Forensics places third at state tournament

Norma Morales

May 19, 2015

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News

The forensics team finished their competitive season on Saturday, May 2 at the KSHSAA State Championship at Olathe Northwest and at the KSHSAA State Festival at Wichita East. They ended their season on a high note, placing higher... Read more »

2014-2015 WAC Cup is GCHS property

Peter Keller

May 19, 2015

Filed under Feature, News

Like the Robotics Club drone, the school year has disappeared. Along with school, activities in the Western Athletic Conference are, too. Friday, May 15 was the last conference event; girl’s softball in Dodge City. Since September,... Read more »

Senior recognized at awards ceremony

Bella Lemke

May 19, 2015

Filed under Feature, News

On May 6, 2015, many of our graduating seniors came together for one of their last times, to celebrate their achievements and accomplishments throughout their high school career at GCHS. Each academy gave a series of awards, presented... Read more »

Conference connects business and teachers

Linh Le

May 19, 2015

Filed under Feature, News

What kind of future do you imagine yourself to have? Most imagine themselves with a stable job that makes a comfortable amount of money. For students deciding to remain in Garden City, new opportunities are popping up for more... Read more »

MOOC becomes college of the future

Emily Greene and McKenzie Hanigan

May 19, 2015

Filed under Feature, News

Do you love school but hate having to get up and get ready to go to classes? Well now you don’t have to. Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) gives free online college courses. It all started October 2011, with three online courses... Read more »

Weight lifted after AP Exams

Julia Montoya

May 19, 2015

Filed under Feature, News

For many students, final exams are the only tests they have to worry about before turning in their iPads and calling it a school year. Bur for students enrolled in Advanced Placement courses at GCHS, the end of the school year... Read more »

Students get insight of new hotel and waterpark

McKenzie Hanigan

May 19, 2015

Filed under Feature, News

In 2014, the Schulman's Crossing shopping center opened in Garden City. Since then, this particular area has seen a rapid addition of businesses, including stores like TJ Maxx and restaurants like Old Chicago. The latest addition... Read more »

10 tips to smart studying

Rebecca Doll

May 19, 2015

Filed under Feature, News

With summer being the only thing on every student’s mind right now it is difficult to focus on the week of finals that lies ahead. But the reality of the matter is that there is no way around this always dreaded finals week.... Read more »

Students make sizzling’ summer plans

Peter Keller

May 19, 2015

Filed under Feature, News

Summer is just around the corner. All around GCHS, students and teachers are making plans to fill the 90 wonderful yet boring days of summer vacation. “I’m ready to just chill and eat Chipotle,” accounting teacher Dustin... Read more »

Moser signs to “University of Retirement”

Rebecca Doll

May 19, 2015

Filed under News, Top Stories

The best teachers give you something to take home and think about besides homework. They are the teachers who teach lessons that will be used throughout a lifetime. Here at GCHS one teacher who has made lasting impact on the lives... Read more »