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Mr.Keiths Musical Theater Dance 3 & 4 class

Mr.Keith Provides Mental Health For His Students

Colin Schuessler, Staff Reporter November 16, 2021

Theater teacher Keith Williams always makes sure to prioritize the mental health of his students. Williams's high school Musical Theater Dance 3 & 4 class, has spent multiple class periods talking...

Senior Nayla Nava giving her speech for high school President.

The winners of student council are announced!

Jordan Gorham, Editor November 9, 2021

On Wednesday, October 6th and Thursday, October 7th the Grand Center Arts Academy middle school and high school students, grades 6th through 12th, gave their student council speeches to have a shot at...

Middle School Homecoming Ticket

Student Council Staff are now selling homecoming tickets!

Colin Schuessler, Staff Reporter October 21, 2021

Homecoming tickets are on sale now! They are $20 for high school Students and $10 for middle school students. They will be on sale every day at lunch until November 5th. High school homecoming will...

Doctor Kirstie Holtermann after giving seminar to students

Doctor comes to GCAA to guide and inspire students to follow medical dreams

Korissa Smith, Editor October 20, 2021

Counselor Russell Smith gave the future medical students of GCAA an opportunity to attend a presentation by future anesthesiologist, Kirstie Holtermann. Holtermann is currently in the program for anesthesia...

Show Who You Are!: GCAA student media holds contest to show what being young, wise, and free means to student body

Show Who You Are!: GCAA student media holds contest to show what being “young, wise, and free” means to student body

Korissa Smith, Editor October 13, 2021

GCAA Student media is giving a new opportunity for all students to participate in the making of the 2022 yearbook! Students from every grade are asked to show what being “young, wise, and free” means...

Students (Left to Right) Junior Terriana McNeal,  Senior Zoe Ervin, Senior Nayla Nava, Freshman Kamillia Bradley, Junior Colin Schuessler, Junior Jie Cruesoe, Senior Kareem Matthews, Freshman Israel Lanos, Senior Eddie Houston, Senior Jermiah Williams, and Junior Noah Trevino rehearsing for fall play “Milk Like Sugar.”

School clubs and associations cater to diverse student interests

Jie Cruesoe, Staff Reporter October 7, 2021

From slaying dragons and overthrowing kings to supporting your favorite cause, there are before and after school extracurriculars for a variety of student interests. Clubs and associations include: Robotics...

Support GCAA student media staff through Snap! Raise

Jie Cruesoe, Staff Reporter September 30, 2021

GCAA Student Media is organizing the Snap-Raise Fundraiser for team funding. “Since GCAA Student Media is entirely self-funded, this is one of the great ways where we get the money to help support all...

Pictures of guitar class during Music festival

Festivals to Build Community: The First Ever GCAA Music Festival!

Korissa Smith, Staff Reporter April 27, 2021

There is no question that finding a sense of community has been a troubling issue this school year. The music department, specifically, has expressed the concern of trying to keep students motivated to...

Sophomore, Michael Lindsey practicing his guitar for Brian Vaccaros Guitar class

Music department holds virtual concerts to give students a chance to perform

Jakyah Overton, Staff Reporter December 18, 2020

The pandemic has definitely caused the music department some treble but nevertheless they have persevered and worked hard together to make this school year successful. From middle school choir to high...

2021 yearbook sales now open.

2021 yearbook sales now open.

September 11, 2020

The 2021 Expression yearbook (volume 8) is now on sale. All sales are online during remote learning. Books are available starting at $26 until Sept. 20, when the price increases to $30. You can order yours...

The opening spread of the 2020 Expression yearbook.

2020 Yearbook distribution

Amirah Bauder, Expression Editor-in-Chief May 28, 2020

Yearbooks are here! Distribution of the 2020 Expression yearbook is Thursday, June 4 from 1:30-3:30. We will be set up outside school for drive-thru pickup of your yearbook. Please pull up to the curb....

Yearbook ordering and distribution updates

Yearbook ordering and distribution updates

Amirah Bauder, Expression Editor-in-Chief April 7, 2020

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, yearbook ordering and distribution have been slightly altered this year. Below are the answers to common questions relating to these changes:   Can I still...

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