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Senior Gracie Raznicks posted on Instgram @grovesdecisions24, showing her commitment to Syracuse University.

Holding on a minute longer

Grace Raznick, Reporter February 14, 2024

For many years people envision who they will become as a high school senior. I know for me, senior year was a milestone I could not wait for— not only did I believe it signified maturity, but it meant...

Willy Wonkas mom putting the finishing touches on the chocolate bars paper wrapper after making the bar homemade.

Reviewing the wonderful world of Wonka

Mia Boland and Katie Murawski February 5, 2024

Well, there’s chocolate, and there’s chocolate! Only Wonka’s makes your confidence sky-rocke-let! Yet another Willy Wonka movie was released this December; an age-old movie reinvented yet again,...

Ducks on Walnut Lake.

The larger scope of infrastructure infiltration in public schools

Sofia Audet-AbdulNour, Reporter February 5, 2024

Climate watchers continually blame Michigan’s lackluster weather on climate change— and the threat is real. As El Nino, a periodic weather event, calms the seas on the southern sphere, Michigan is...

Groves point guard Jacey Roy drives past a Novi defender, setting up for a pass out to the wing. Roy has been on the varsity team since a freshman, and plays a key role in Groves rotation.

Groves girls’ basketball deserves our support

Editorial Staff January 11, 2024

It’s basketball season at Groves, and no, that doesn’t just mean boys’ basketball season.  The boys’ varsity team gets a lot of traction on social media as well as at games, but their  counterparts,...

Birmingham Public Schools needs to be more inclusive towards religious observances

Birmingham Public Schools needs to be more inclusive towards religious observances

Editorial Staff December 21, 2023

Why aren’t other religious holidays included in winter break? Shouldn’t they be since the student body has Christmas off? The Scriptor Staff has uncovered the reason for this. The next question is...

A GMC car parked not only on a segment of yellow, horizontal striped lines in the Groves student parking lot— indicating that the space is not a parking spot— but parked so that their tire and mirror are protruding upon the path of other cars driving by. Disregard for parking lot etiquette (and rules) is a common issue at Groves.

Reforms are needed to make student parking lot safer

Editorial Staff December 19, 2023

When it comes to danger, many people think of sharks and saws. Here at the Scriptor, we think of the Groves student parking lot. From speeding through the lot to parking in nonexistent spots, the inexperience...

Wellness counselor Gregorio Cognetto presented about the importance of self-care in the Staff Planning room.

Senior seminar was smashing success

Erika Rice, Editor December 11, 2023


Students hands during an activity during the retreat.

Through my eyes: Multicultural Retreat 2023

Grace Raznick, Reporter December 5, 2023

This past weekend I had the opportunity to attend the Multicultural Retreat, an unusual experience amongst 60 of my upperclassman peers and Groves staff. I had many doubts when attending the retreat, as...

Sylvie Ball photographed a wide range of Groves attendants including staff, students and teachers around the school. The collage of photos is intended to highlight the diversity of the movie, and the Barbie tagline “You Can Be Anything.

It’s Bigger Than Barbie

Sylvie Ball, Editor October 10, 2023

Barbie: 12 Dancing Princesses; Barbie: Princess Charm School; Barbie: In a Mermaid Tale; Barbie And The Three Musketeers— these are all examples of peak cinema, in my seven-year-old self's opinion. She...

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