The Granby Board of Education is pleased to welcome a new member who is a familiar face to the school community. Karen Richmond-Godard, a former Granby Memorial High School teacher, will fill the remaining two years of a four-year term vacated by Whitney Sanzo.
The Community Scholarship Association of Granby (CSAG) has been awarding deserving graduating high school seniors scholarships since 1958. CSAG has awarded more than $650,000 in scholarships to nearly 400 college-bound Granby Memorial seniors, making a significant impact on their young lives.
On Feb. 9, Wells Road and Granby Middle School students joined the Granby Men’s Breakfast Group to share their passion for STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics) education and to highlight some of the engaging projects underway in our Library Makerspaces and Coding and Computer Science Clubs. I
If you have ever stepped inside the K.L. King Gymnasium at Granby Memorial High School, the most eye-catching details are the countless maroon and gold banners decorating the dark wood walls. From the 1973 field hockey banner that commemorates the first state championship in school history to recent titles and individual awards, the tall walls of the gym can be likened to a museum.
While teams usually have to wait until the end of the season before any titles are awarded, Granby girls basketball senior captain Alyssa Bordonaro has already earned her place on the wall.
The Granby Memorial High School Dramatic Arts is incredibly excited to perform the hit musical Footloose this Spring. Although the musical is known for its dancing, it carries a deeper meaning of grief and how people struggle to connect after a massive loss.
Graduating high school seniors who are permanent Granby residents are cordially invited to apply for the 2024 Granby Artist Association Annual Scholarship. The scholarship is a cash award of $1,000 given to a student of higher artistic skill to be utilized toward upcoming college expenses.