Avery Gach - a junior at Wylie E. Groves High School - is one of the most sought-after football players in the country. Per the composite rankings from 247Sports, the six-foot-five, 275-pound high school prospect is slotted in as the 124th-best prospect, nationally, and the best offensive tackle in the state for the class of 2025.
- 124th Nationally Ranked Recruit
- 20+ Power-5 Scholarship Offers
- No. 1 Rated OL in Michigan
Jherrard Hardeman, a 2015 Groves grad, appointed as the assistant conductor for the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO).
Hardeman is an accomplished conductor who has worked with several orchestras across the United States, having served as a guest conductor for numerous orchestras including the New World Symphony, the Memphis Symphony Orchestra, and the Suzuki Association of the Americas.
- 15+ Orchestras assembled
- 2015 BPS grad
- 5+ yrs composing music
Ian Weinberg's entry-level book, Invest Early to Grow Your Wealth, simplifies and deconstructs the basics of investing into concepts that are more relatable for teens. The Seaholm senior
- 1st time published author
- 2024 Seaholm grad
- 18 months spent studying investments
Isabel Sanchez's historic athletic scholarship signing spotlights the emerging girls wrestling scene at Groves High School. She is the first female athlete ever from Birmingham Public Schools to sign an athletic scholarship in wrestling.
- 1st scholarship signee in wrestling
- 124 college wrestling programs
- 31K females compete nation-wide