“Anything Goes” spring musical

Last night, “Anything Goes” was brought to life in the auditorium. Students have been working on this year’s musical production since the end of January, and there will be another production tonight as well as tomorrow afternoon. “The show is about three love stories all intertwined. Reno Sweeney (Avery Graham) is in love with Billy… Continue reading “Anything Goes” spring musical


Choir, band compete at ISSMA

At the beginning of the month, the band and choir competed in their Solo and Ensemble competitions. Each group prepared in their own way for their competition. “In class, we worked on our ensembles every day for a week or two, and we performed them for the class as practice for what it would be… Continue reading Choir, band compete at ISSMA


Spring musical begins preparations

“Anything Goes” is in the works for this spring after the dram programs was denied the rights to the musical, “Oklahoma.” Junior Parker Irwin described the challenges he and his team have had to take on to make sure the musical is ready to go. ‘Oklahoma’ was they play the wanted. “It is a little… Continue reading Spring musical begins preparations


Greenwood’s Seussical Jr. in the making

Bright lights, props, dancing and singing; middle school students are hard at work to make the up and coming musical, Seussical perfect. Junior Parker Irwin is the director of the play. He and his team of students are working very hard to make sure everything is going to plan and up to standards. “My vision… Continue reading Greenwood’s Seussical Jr. in the making


New Apple products

Every year, the technology used around the world is becoming rapidly more advanced, although that does not seem possible. This year is no different as Apple released their new products. The company has debuted three new phones. They are the iPhone 11 for $699, the iPhone 11 Pro for $999, and the iPhone 11 Pro… Continue reading New Apple products


Streaming services compete for students’ attention

Entertainment dominates high schoolers worldwide, and GHS is no exception. Streaming services like Spotify, Netflix, and Apple Music can be found on a majority of students’ phones, and these apps truly impact the lives of those who utilize them. “I listen to music typically just about every hour of the day, but I’d say I… Continue reading Streaming services compete for students’ attention


Super Thankful Dudes create new student band

During PowerHour 1, members of the Super Thankful Dudes hang out in Room K111. They are not working on homework; instead, they are writing songs. The Super Thankful Dudes are a student band. Sophomore Chase Davidson is the bass guitarist. In middle school, he played in the jazz band which provided him with experience that… Continue reading Super Thankful Dudes create new student band