The Grand Haven High School Class of 1968 plans to donate proceeds from their reunion’s silent auction to their alma mater’s Pay It Forward class and Bucs Care Food Pantry.
In her blog, C2C Gallery owner Cyndi Casemier included several photos of the students and their art that was on display.
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Four-hundred and nineteen seniors became alumni of Grand Haven High School on Thursday evening during the school’s 142nd annual commencement ceremony.
Grand Haven High School’s Class of 2018 graduated on Thursday, May 24.
Grand Haven High School seniors visited their former schools on Wednesday, May 23, 2018. GHHS and Western Michigan Christian High School seniors also visited Grand Haven Christian School. Tribune photos and courtesy photos
After the graduation rehearsal, the seniors visited their former elementary schools, Lakeshore Middle School and White Pines Intermediate School — where the schools’ current staff and students greeted them.
The Grand Haven High School Science Olympiad team placed 16th out of 60 teams at Saturday’s National Science Olympiad Tournament, held at Colorado State University, in Ft. Collins, Colorado
Giant mushrooms and brightly colored decorattions greeted Grand Haven High School students attending the Mad Hatters Ball, while the Lakers from Spring Lake High School attended their waterfront event, Anchors Away.
Grand Haven High School students celebrated prom on Saturday, May 5, 2018, at the Grand Haven Community Center.
Grand Haven High School student artwork has taken center stage in downtown Grand Haven for the seventh straight year.
Students from The Bucs’ Blade, Grand Haven High School’s student media outlet, took home 31 individual awards at the Michigan Interscholastic Press Association Spring Conference last month.
Grand Haven High School’s robotics team was among 400 teams to compete in the F.I.R.S.T. (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Detroit Championship, April 25-28.
The Grand Haven High School Science Olympiad team is headed to nationals after finishing in second place at the 36th annual state competition held Saturday at Michigan State University.
Grand Haven High School’s F.I.R.S.T. Robotics team qualified for the next level of competition after participating in the state championship, which took place April 11-14 at Saginaw Valley State University.