I hate to be the one who points this out but Grove City is not a destination city for anyone. Executives who relocate to Columbus for jobs move to Dublin or Olentangy. Inner city families and/or families with high performing athletes move to Pickerington, Gahanna, Reynoldsburg or Groveport, definitely not Grove City. Like it or not, much like Lancaster, Grove City has a reputation for being anti-minority while at the same time not good enough for rich people. So they kind of get what they got which is a very good marching band. Lastly, their parents are also an issue. Flying a plane over the football field with a banner that reads "Fire Coach So and So" is not a good look for prospective coaches. Finding a legit coaching staff that is willing to play Johnny Jr. at QB because Johnny Sr. was a star back in the 80s is also going to be an issue. Evolve or Dissolve!Just a sad state of affairs at Grove City. In the 1990's they were probably the best Central Ohio D1 school and one of the better one's in the whole state. Now Grove City isn't even the best school in the Southwestern School District; I would say Grove City Central Crossing wins that distinction by default because of GC, Westland and Franklin Heights dysfunction and poor performance over the years. Something is wrong at the top at Grove City and has been for quite some time. Grove City will not get a quality coach like London's Coach Cutler as long as things remain the same in the Grove City hierarchy. It kind of reminds me of what's going on up in Cleveland with the Browns. It's too bad, Grove City was a great place to watch a game and I loved the toughness they played with but those days are 20 years ago.