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Weekly Announcements - Posted Thursday, April 23, 2020


A Friendly Reminder -

We all have a critical role to play in helping to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Grandview Heights Schools encourages everyone to stay at home and be safe. When you and your family are out on public sidewalks, trails, and walking paths, please maintain proper social distancing between you and other residents to limit potential exposure to the virus. Also, please remember that in accordance with Governor DeWine's “Stay at Home” mandate, all of our facilities are closed to the public. Thank you for your continued support, patience, and cooperation as we all work together to flatten the curve.  #InThisTogetherOhio #StayHomeOhio



The Highlander staff spent a great deal of time creating the 2019-2020 yearbook, a historic and passion-filled project covering the fall sports we all love to the unprecedented events unfolding now. Don't miss out on your chance to order this special yearbook. Visit and order by Friday, April 24.



GHHS seniors Luke Berlin and Luke Lachey were named recipients of the Catalyst for Positive Change Award.  Syntero’s Catalyst for Positive Change Awards celebrates the community impact of amazing Central Ohio high school students who exemplify Syntero’s values of integrity, empowerment and innovation.  Due to the COVID-19 school closure order, this year's awards ceremony was a virtual recognition and presentation.  The presentation can be viewed here:



ACT is still scheduled to test on June 13 and July 18. ACT has added additional testing dates-June 20th and July 25th. SAT has cancelled its June test. SAT will test in August and September. Questions? Visit the websites or email Mrs. O'Shaughnessy



This is Strive Virtual College Exploration Week:
April 27-May8th Strive will offer 45 minute college information sessions.



Juniors: If you would like to take the previously planned Essay Writing Workshop virtually, please email Mrs. O'Shaughnessy. The representative from the University of Chicago has offered to do the workshop.



Since ACT confirmed last week that it would be conducting the test in both June and July, PrepAccelerator will be offering the online version of a free ACT Crash Course on Saturday, May 2 in partnership with Grandview Library.
Details and the registration link are at



This week, Start Talking Grandview, your community drug prevention committee, has prepared a “Shatter The Myth Quiz Of The Day” for GHHS students. Taking the quiz each day will help Start Talking Grandview and correct answers have been entered to win daily gift cards to places like Raising Canes, Dairy Queen, Grandads, and Starbucks. Students have been actively participating in this program.






GHHS yearbook is gathering photos and information of how the Coronavirus is affecting our students and community. If you have anything to share, please email it to Mrs. Black at

The Highlander staff spent a great deal of time creating the 2019-2020 yearbook, a historic and passion-filled project covering the fall sports we all love to the unprecedented events unfolding now. Don't miss out on your chance to order this special yearbook. Visit and order by Friday, April 24.



This year, the AP Exams will be taken at home, on your computer, during a specific date and time.  The information below provides a link to the date of each test; once we know the exact times we will send that information as well.  



  • Exams will be given from May 11–22. Makeup test dates will be available for each subject from June 1–5. View the full exam schedule.
  • Exams will be delivered to students online. Students who were included in your exam order will receive instructions about accessing and taking the exams.
  • We’re taking necessary steps to protect the integrity of each exam administration, as we do every year. Learn more about our exam security measures.


Exam Practice Questions

In your AP Classroom homepage you will see a new section called ‘Practice Answering Free-Response Exam Questions’ if you have questions available.

If accessing on a non-mobile device- In your Assignments area there is a new tab called ‘Optional Student Practice’.

If accessing on a mobile device- select ‘Practice’ from the AP Classroom menu, then the ‘Optional Student Practice’ tab.

When you hit ‘Submit’ you will have the opportunity to view the scoring guidelines for the question and have the option to revise your response prior to submitting if you wish.

You can review your progress of the practice questions in the ‘Progress’ section under the ‘Optional Student Practice’ tab.

If you see that your teacher has scored an item you can view that information in the ‘Results’ section under the ‘Optional Student Practice’ tab.





COVID-19 Updates & Resources

ODE has released a Remote Learning Resource Guide. This Remote Learning Resource Guide is designed to be a one-stop shop to help schools, educators, students, parents, and caregivers consider how to approach and apply a comprehensive remote learning plan that enables each child to carry on learning during this time of social distancing.  This resource guide addresses the following:


  • Ohio’s core principles for remote learning;
  • Defining and deploying remote learning;
  • Developing and updating remote learning plans;
  • Existing resources to maximize remote learning;
  • Identifying internet providers and getting connected;
  • Using instructional resources to enhance remote learning.


Here is the link to the guide


Athletic Department - 

Grandview Heights High School Alumni Association -

Grandview Heights High School Contact Information


Robert Brown, Principal, 614-485-4000, 

Shawn Hinkle, Assistant Principal, 614-485-4000,

Bryan Stork, School Counselor 614-485-4027, 

Jane O’Shaughnessy, College/Career Counselor 614-485-4028,

Teresa Clayton, Secretary, 614-485-4000,

Cheri Berlin, Attendance Secretary, 614-485-4004, 

Brad Bertani, Athletic Director, 614-485-4009,

Karen Feast, Athletic Secretary 614-485-4008,