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GRCHS Morning Announcements Thursday Jan. 20

School Business

MML Results: Thanks to those who participated in the 4th MML test.  Congratulations to the following top scorers in their grade levels. 

Senior Ian Bakker, Juniors Ethan Lenters and Alex Amash, Sophomore Violet Talsma and Freshman Henry Snow.  

The next MML test will be on Tuesday February 8, 22.  

Bookstore Hours

The Bookstore is open before school and during morning break.  If you have new classes this semester make sure you check to see if you need books!

School Lunch 

Thurs Jan. 20 - breaded chicken on bun, veggie, fruit, chips

Fri Jan. 21 - Fredo Friday

Activities & Clubs

Winterim 2022 Wrap-up: If you have not completed your Winterim 2022 evaluations, please take a few minutes to submit this form by the end of the week. 

Additionally, there are prizes available for the BEST Winterim photos. Submit a photo to this Google Form that captures the story of your Winterim 2022. One submission per student is allowed. The deadline for submissions will be this Friday.   


Please join the counselors during your Responsibility Period/Mastery Skills/Tutoring MONDAY AND TUESDAY, Jan. 24 & 25, in the Garage for the course registration presentation for senior year. Please bring your laptop.

If you do not have a Responsibility Period/Study Hall/Tutoring, please sign up for the Counseling Focus Time on Tuesday the 25th. Please bring your laptop. 

SAT "Dawn Patrol" Practice Sessions begin January 24th. Sign up now!

JUNIORS! Get ready for the March 2nd in-school SAT. We will meet at 7:15 AM on Mondays and Wednesdays, Jan 24 - Feb. 28 in the Garage. 

Learn what to expect on the SAT, identify personal challenge areas, and practice with real exam questions to increase confidence for test day!

GRCHS is generously subsidizing this initiative. The total cost is $40/student with scholarships available.

Click here to register. Space is limited due to social distancing guidelines.

Contact or 616-498-1372 with questions.

Art Club is back

Are you ready to bring your art skills back to life. Please come and join us on Thursday after school in room 224. Show us how many people love art here at GRCHS! If you have any questions please contact Nora via email


GRCHS offers several different internships that you can apply for the 22-23 school year. These include Worship, Tech, Classroom, Eagle Sports Network, and Community Internships. Please use this link to apply. Internship decisions and notifications will be made before Spring Break. Internships are for credit only. Community Internships must be arranged by the student. See handouts in the counseling office for details. 

Mental Health Focus Period 

Mark your calendar, the Counseling Office is hosting multiple opportunities to view and discuss the film Angst on February 4th, 7th, and 8th during lunch and Focus period from 12:35-1:35pm. Angst is a film that addresses the growing prevalence of anxiety in teenagers. The film aims to remove the stigma about mental health and opens up conversation around anxiety, helping people understand and manage their symptoms, and addresses when to reach out for help. Watch the trailer here and spread the word about this opportunity to learn more about anxiety.

Student Custodial Workers Needed (Monday-Friday, after school)

Applicants should complete the online application form for support staff on the GRCS website. Applicants should also send a letter of interest, faith statement, and letters of reference to Jeremy Pyper (, Head Custodian, at Grand Rapids Christian High School. 

Yearbook Orders 📖

You can order your yearbooks here.

Upcoming College Visits

Today - Ferris State University

Career Visits

The counseling office is beginning to offer focus times on Fridays to hear from members of our community about their job and career field. Join us Friday, Jan 21 to hear from a Physicians Assistant. This would be perfect for students interested in healthcare. 

Scholarships for Seniors:

 Please visit this list for more!   

GRCHS Scholarships: 

Mary Ann Gundy Foreign Language Scholarship - Due Wednesday, February 16 by 3 pm

Eligible students must be a senior and plan on a major or minor in world language in college.  Students must have completed 2 years of a world language upon graduation. The scholarship is $1,000. See application form. 

John Zoerhoff Memorial Scholarship - Due Wednesday, February 16 by 3 pm

Eligible students must be a senior at GRCHS and plan to attend a 2 or 4-year college. Students must be involved in community service.  Students must be affected personally by cancer OR intend to pursue a career in the medical field.  The scholarship is $1,000.  Please see application form for details. 

Rainbow Foundation Scholarship (Now a Calvin University Donor Scholarship) - Due January 31 

Eligible students must plan on attending Calvin University entering freshman year,  and have a minimum GPA of 3.7 through 7 semesters. Students must demonstrate involvement in extracurricular activities in school, church, and community and demonstrate servant leadership and Christ-like qualities that support others with humility, care, and encouragements - oftentimes behind the scenes. Financial need is considered.  The scholarship is $3,000 and renewable. Please see the application on Calvin's website here

 Local Scholarships:

1.  The Grand Rapids Community Foundation has over 600,000 dollars in scholarships available.  Please visit  All applications are due March 1, 2022

2.  LMCU Hutt Scholarship for students/parents of Lake Michigan Credit Union members.  This is a $2,000 scholarship due January 31, 2022.  Visit LMCU/Hutt for details.

3.  Mary Jane Dockeray Scholarships for Careers in Science are awarded to graduating high school seniors from public or private schools in the Kent, Muskegon, and Ottawa Intermediate School Districts with an interest in pursuing a career in science. These $2,500 scholarships are administered by the RMSC at GVSU.  Detailed information and application forms can be obtained here. Applications due date March 1, 2022 for online applications and Feb. 18 for paper.

4.  Established in 1967, the Roger B. Chaffee Scholarship Fund awards a $3,000 college scholarship each year to an outstanding high school senior in the Kent Intermediate School District, who intends to pursue a college career in engineering or the sciences relating to space technology. Visit for details. Applications due February 25.

5.  The University Club of Grand Rapids’ Scholarship Fund has been established with the purpose of assisting students who express a strong desire to remain in or return to West Michigan upon completion of their studies. Applicants may attend any college or accredited vocational school: in-state, out-of-state, 2-year or 4-year program. Visit for more details. Application due February 2, 2022. 

6.  Rosa Parks Scholarship Foundation is a $2,000 scholarship for high school students in Michigan. Students must apply by writing an essay and providing a letter of recommendation. See here for more details. Application due March 1, 2022.

Volunteer Opportunity

Special Needs Week at the Christian Reformed Conference Grounds in Grand Haven is looking for teenage volunteers to be paired with special needs campers. Commitment is from Saturday, June 18 at 3pm till Friday, June 24 at 11pm - you must be there the whole time. There is a minimal cost to cover lodging & food. All 1st & 2nd year volunteers must have a referral form filled out by a non-family member. All applications and referral forms need to be submitted by 3/1/21. Questions? Contact Kara Gonyon at 616-318-6661 or

Volunteer Application

Referral Form



Eagle Musicians!

If any of you are interested in singing the national anthem at a varsity basketball game, please come and see Mr. Heerema in the athletic office. There have been vocalists, guitar and cello solos perform previously! We would love to share your talents with our community! 


Get all game highlights, schedules and other athletics news on our website!

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