Firnbach makes impact through class, extracurriculars

By Anna Laurich and Maddy Misiura At Batavia high school, teachers are not just involved in mainstream classes. Ms. Firnbach is involved with students at Batavia. Firnbach is an Algebra teacher, a More »

The Importance of BHS student ambassadors

By Matt Gorlewski Meet BHS Students Olivia Murchie and Chris Theros. These two both were both appointed by the BPS101 Board of Education to hold the position of student ambassador- what that More »

NAHS student drawing a future for themselves

By Sadie Busch and Rachel Ross National Art Honors Society is a program to present strong artists here in the school. Batavia High School students take great gratification in their art and More »

Williams takes the win

By Morgan LaSalle and Venessa Plourde Lights bright and blazing, the crowd cheering and taken by disbelief at the announcement of her name to signal her victory. Preston Williams, an aspiring young More »

First time in history girls join BHS wrestling team

By Mia Wells and Morgan Haug Packs of boys entered the gym to compete and floods of people arrived to watch the matches. Boys wrestling championship banners surround the gym walls. Mats More »

 

Schlenker: Teamwork makes the dream work

By Lucy Lisberg and Isabella Brooks The wind in her hair, the redness forming on her face, the competition quickly trailing behind her. These are all types of obstacles that challenge cross country runner, Katrina Schlenker, but she said the

Football team tries new helmets, but opts to stay with current helmets

By Gavin Bieber and Derek Bex  Football is being questioned these days these days due to player safety. Issues such as concussions, CTE (Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy), and neck injuries are some of the main concerns surrounding the game of football.

Firnbach makes impact through class, extracurriculars

By Anna Laurich and Maddy Misiura At Batavia high school, teachers are not just involved in mainstream classes. Ms. Firnbach is involved with students at Batavia. Firnbach is an Algebra teacher, a Cross Country coach at the middle school, a

The Fall Musical: Chicago

By Anna Laurich and Maddie Misiura The Batavia Drama Club is performing a musical production of Chicago from Nov. 8-10. While the high school is mainly known for Football, the Batavia Fine Arts Centre are known for their very professional

Why we should have a Sadie Hawkins Dance

By Maddy Misiura & Anna Laurich Homecoming and prom are almost eight months away from each other. Batavia High School doesn’t have many all-school activities that every grade can go too. This is why we should add another dance to

Batavia, Geneva renew rivalry in 100th game

By Josh Bode and Andrew Nelson Two high schools separated by 3.2 miles. A rich 105-year history. 99 football games played between these two schools. Many student-athletes, adrenaline pumping, are ready to take the field for the biggest game of

The Importance of BHS student ambassadors

By Matt Gorlewski Meet BHS Students Olivia Murchie and Chris Theros. These two both were both appointed by the BPS101 Board of Education to hold the position of student ambassador- what that means, is that they both speak on students

NAHS student drawing a future for themselves

By Sadie Busch and Rachel Ross National Art Honors Society is a program to present strong artists here in the school. Batavia High School students take great gratification in their art and put in lots of effort to finish a

Anything but fabric

By Abby Skirmont and Josh Tharp A shiny tinfoil gown with accents of recycled newspaper flows across the body of a model and sitting atop her silken black hair, a tiara made of thin plastic wires forming a small heart

The life of a BHS counselor

His bright smile and constant laughing draw attention from the crowd, making it an interest to know what others think about Rollerson. Rollerson’s smile has been everywhere, from his favorite place, Aruba, to an office hidden in a big building,