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Selected Students to Travel to New York City for Play “Cover”

Artwork provided by Joy Powell

Elyse Luecke, Staff Writer

March 4, 2015

Last year, Joy Powell, the director of the play “Cover”, came to GCAA theater teacher, Brandon Riley, in search of young girls to audition for the play. Auditions and callbacks were held, and five students from GCAA had the once in a lifetime opportunity to perform the play for local audiences. Now,...

Humans of GCAA: Lainey Jester

“I’m not looking forward to the responsibilities of being older. I think it’s more fun to be young, but it’s hard, because I want to be childish... like really childish sometimes, but I know as I get older I need to be more mature. So it’s like hard to find the right balance, as you get older.” Lainey Jester, eighth grade

Cheynne Harris, Staff Writer/Photographer

March 4, 2015

Grand Center Arts Academy Funding, Isolation; Obstacles Inside Pathways

Sophie Iffrig, and Keeley Barket raising funds for the school at the ‘Shaw Art fair,’ by charging money for face painting.

Keeley Barket, Staff Writer

March 3, 2015

Out of tune pianos, countless music stands, and few materials. Grand Center Arts Academy is undergoing financial changes ultimately affecting the visual arts, music, theatre, and dance departments. While some students at GCAA are pleased with the amount of funding each pathway receives, others feel...

Purchase your 2015 Expression yearbook

New yearbooks in hand, students gather in the north cafeteria during the 2014 Expression release party. Students who purchased books were allowed to miss part of their class to sign each others' books and celebrate the release of the first-ever yearbook on May 28, 2014.

November 3, 2014

Now is the time to purchase your copy of the 2015 Expression yearbook. Books are available for $35. You can buy yours online by visiting yearbookordercenter.com. Act fast, copies are limited!

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