BHS has a stroke (of paint that is)

By Emily Tratar Art students have been painting murals around Batavia High School these last few months to bring creativity and positivity to the students day. It was created by a group More »

Latin students have opportunity to attend 2019 Italy and Greece trip

By Emma Exon Latin students have the opportunity to attend a 10-day trip through Greece and Italy during spring break of 2019 at a cost of around $4,000 for students. The trip More »

Batavia Hall of Honor inductees announced

By Abigail Solano The Batavia Hall of Honor class of 2018 was recently announced with eight new inductees. This year, the alumni inducted include Samira Ahmed, Eldon Frydendall, Matt Holm, Sharron Moran More »

Vantreek runs for the VTP class

By Elisa Reamer Claire Vantreek, a senior at Batavia High School, has organized a run/walk/roll event to raise money for the Vocational Transitional Program on April 15, 2018, at 1 pm at More »

Q&A: Preziosio makes impact with VTP students

By Elisa Reamer Julie Preziosio is a special education teacher at Batavia High School. This is her first year teaching the Vocational Transitional Program (VTP) students but has also co-taught history, science, More »

 

Latin students have opportunity to attend 2019 Italy and Greece trip

By Emma Exon Latin students have the opportunity to attend a 10-day trip through Greece and Italy during spring break of 2019 at a cost of around $4,000 for students. The trip is non-school sponsored and an informational meeting will

Batavia Hall of Honor inductees announced

By Abigail Solano The Batavia Hall of Honor class of 2018 was recently announced with eight new inductees. This year, the alumni inducted include Samira Ahmed, Eldon Frydendall, Matt Holm, Sharron Moran (Jauregui), Mike Spillane, and Max Striedl. The staff

Benefits of wasting time

By Bri Pierce From my understanding about how humans think, any second spent not bettering yourself as a person is a waste of time. This idea is simply corrupt. The benefits of wasting time greatly outweigh the cons. Benefits that

Three questions on the Philadelphia Eagles heading into Super Bowl LLI

By Michael Lanterman As the coaching trio of Bill Belichick, Josh McDaniels, and Patricia prepare to make their final run together in Super Bowl LII, another coaching staff prepares to take on an empire. The 2000’s have been dominated by

Vantreek runs for the VTP class

By Elisa Reamer Claire Vantreek, a senior at Batavia High School, has organized a run/walk/roll event to raise money for the Vocational Transitional Program on April 15, 2018, at 1 pm at Batavia High School. The event costs $15 per

Sophie Le Q&A

By Allyson Mata Sophie Le is a freshman here at BHS with a talent at art that can be seen in an Art gallery in St Charles. She has been drawing since she was little from the help of her

Grammys being called “A night of protest”

By Katie Cole On Sun., Jan. 28, hundreds of famous celebrities, musicians, actors, and singers of all decades gathered together to celebrate “music’s biggest night.” The 60th Grammy awards took place in Madison Square Garden in New York City and

And the Academy Award goes to…

By Vanessa True The 90th Academy Awards airs on ABC on March 4. The Oscar nominations for 2018 are packed with talent and are sure to keep the nominees and people around the world watching on the edge of their

Top ten must-see musicals (2013-2018)

By Emily Tratar 10. Frozen Based off one of the most box-office breaking Disney princess movies, Frozen the musical is coming to Broadway in 2018. This is a story about two orphaned princess sisters, one with magical ice powers (Elsa)

Find your Spring Break destination!

By: Erin Golen Are you trying to plan your vacation for spring break but can’t figure out where to go? Take this quiz to solve that problem!   Keep track of your answers!    1.)What’s your favorite type of weather?