Code Like A Girl Comes to GRCI

By: Amy Taylor, Grade 11 Student The fifty-first year at GRCI was nothing short of a feat for technology. Students and teachers alike saw a monumental step in integrating technology into the classroom when this year’s grade nine students showed up to their lessons with not textbooks, but chromebooks in tow. And whether or not […]

Vocal Revolution – Friday May 26

This year the Grade 10-12 Vocal class will present “Vocal Revolution”, a student planned and directed Performance on Friday, May 26th at 7:00pm in the cafeteria. Selections from the musicals Rent, Les Miz and Phantom, and many other solo songs will be dramtically and musically presented to family and friends. Please consider coming out to […]

25th Annual Senior’s Tea was a Success

By: Cleo Pinheiro

The time has come for Grand River’s 25th annual Senior and Student Christmas Tea! GRCI has been running this event since 1991 and many seniors have been coming back ever since. As everyone says, “it’s the most wonderful time of the year to spend with friends and family” and the Christmas Tea is a great way to do just that. As a student with or without grandparents, you can always still participate in this spirited event. Whether it’s bringing in a relative, adopting a senior from a local retiring home, serving at the tea or performing, there is always room and place for you to participate.  As a student myself, I have came to recognize that not everyone feels connected to the holiday season, so the Senior Tea is an amazing opportunity to be a part of someone’s holiday.

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A New Feature: Student Voice & Journalism

Grand River Collegiate is proud to announce the creation of a new Student Voice feature for our website.  Students in our Journalism Club will be writing about the wonderful activities that happen at GRCI for our website.  This initiative supports the WRDSB Strategic Plan.   Participation in writing for an authentic audience fosters students’ development of media literacy, capacity […]