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High school is a name used in some parts of the world, and particularly in North America, to describe the last segment of compulsory secondary education. It is preceded by primary education. High school is also the name used to describe the institution in which the final stage of compulsory education takes place. In the United States, high schools generally consist of grades 9, 10, 11, and 12, although the inclusion of grade 9 varies by school district.
Grandview High School is the second largest high school in the Cherry Creek School District, with approximately 2,800 students. Grandview was the fifth high school in Cherry Creek to be built. Grandview is well noted for is athletic and academic programs. Grandview is located in Aurora, Colorado. The Grandview mascot is the wolf.
The process to plan and complete the school that would become Grandview began in the mid 1990s, when it became clear that another high school in the eastern part of the Cherry Creek District was needed. During the 1995-96 school year a committe of teachers, administrators, parents and students gathered to meet with architects to design the blueprints for High School 5. In January of 1997, Linda Fox formally accepted the assignment as the founding principal. By March of that year, groundbreaking at the site began and a cadre of coordinating teachers were hired to create what would become Grandview High School. Mrs. Fox, Associate Principal Harry Bull, bookkeeper Sherry Andrews, and secretary Vickie Davis settled into Rolling Hills that summer to spend a year preparing to open a new high school. The cadre joined them in the evenings and then full time in January of 1998.
One of the most important aspects of planning High School 5 was community involvement. To this end, numerous meetings were held over the months, beginning in January of 1997. According to Terry Conley, Executive Director of High Schools, one clear message from parents was that they wanted students to have a competitive edge upon graduation.

Their mission is to inspire academic achievement, responsible citizenship, and individual development in a supportive environment.

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