December 6, 2021

Attention students and staff:  You only have two more days to donate to the Batavia Access Toy Drive to help Batavia families enjoy the holidays.  Deliver new toys to room C112 by this Wednesday.

December 3, 2021

Please donate to the Batavia Access Toy Drive to help Batavia families enjoy the holidays.  Deliver new toys to room C112 by December 8th.

Free Art Friday is back!   Look around the school today, then again on December 10th and 17th for artworks labeled; “Take me, I’m free.”  If you love it, take it.  If not, leave it for another to discover.  Each Friday in December AP Art will be giving back to the larger BHS community by hiding small artworks around the building.

Our Batavia Dance Team will be hosting a Home Dance Invitational tomorrow from 9-12.  Students are free with a school ID.  Come out and cheer us on. Go Bulldogs!

Attention all businessmen and women of BHS! Do you want to apply what you learn in the classroom to real-life scenarios? Are you interested in exploring other fields of business? Are you new to the fields of business, and don’t know where to start? Then DECA is perfect for you! The DECA Batavia chapter is in its beginning stages of development, but we are searching for people interested in this amazing opportunity. DECA is a business club that focuses on marketing, finance, hospitality, and management. As a team member, you get to take part in many different challenges, conferences and competitions. If you’d like to potentially take part in the 2023 DECA competition in Orlando, Florida, then email Mr. Bryant, or stop by stop by D109 if you are interested with any questions you might have.then 

December 2, 2021

Creative, Fun, Exciting… This perfectly describes “Anime”.  So check out Anime Club!  We are meeting today after school in room C109.   See Mrs. Faulhaber if you have any questions.

Attention Juniors:  Are you a first generation college student, meaning your parents did not graduate from a 4 year college?  If so, your school counselors would like to invite you to join the First Gen College Group that meets during the school day.  This group provides college planning assistance, college fairs, and college field trips to help you as you plan for college.   If you are interested, please email Mrs. Hack or Mrs. Buttels today.

Free Art Friday is back!   Look around the school tomorrow, then again on December 10th and 17th for artworks labeled; “Take me, I’m free.”  If you love it, take it.  If not, leave it for another to discover.  Each Friday in December AP Art will be giving back to the larger BHS community by hiding small artworks around the building.

This announcement is a reminder for the students who signed up for the Fine Arts College Career Fair: The fair is today during 4th block! Students received an email on November 30th from Mrs. Buttels with their assigned time and pass to attend.

This is a reminder that the Youth and Government Club is meeting after school today in the LRC.

Attention all businessmen and women of BHS! Do you want to apply what you learn in the classroom to real-life scenarios? Are you interested in exploring other fields of business? Are you new to the fields of business, and don’t know where to start? Then DECA is perfect for you! The DECA Batavia chapter is in its beginning stages of development, but we are searching for people interested in this amazing opportunity. DECA is a business club that focuses on marketing, finance, hospitality, and management. As a team member, you get to take part in many different challenges, conferences and competitions. If you’d like to potentially take part in the 2023 DECA competition in Orlando, Florida, then email Mr. Bryant, or stop by stop by D109 if you are interested with any questions you might have.then 

December 1, 2021

Please donate to the Batavia Access Toy Drive to help Batavia families enjoy the holidays.  Deliver new toys to room C112 by December 8th.

Attention all Girls’ Soccer Players there will be a pre-season informational meeting today after school in the cafeteria.  If you cannot attend, please contact Coach G, Coach O’Reilly, or Coach Patrick.  

Creative, Fun, Exciting… This perfectly describes “Anime”.  So check out Anime Club!  We are meeting tomorrow after school in room C109.   See Mrs. Faulhaber if you have any questions.

Attention Juniors:  Are you a first generation college student, meaning your parents did not graduate from a 4 year college?  If so, your school counselors would like to invite you to join the First Gen College Group that meets during the school day.  This group provides college planning assistance, college fairs, and college field trips to help you as you plan for college.   If you are interested, please email Mrs. Hack or Mrs. Buttels today.

Come to Ping Pong Club today after school.  We will meet in the atrium outside the cafeteria.

November 30, 2021

Attention all Girls’ Soccer Players there will be a Preseason informational meeting tomorrow after school in the cafeteria.  If you cannot attend, please contact Coach G, Coach O’Reilly, or Coach Patrick.  

Creative, Fun, Exciting… This perfectly describes “Anime”.  So check out Anime Club!  We are meeting this Thursday after school in room C109.   See Mrs. Faulhaber if you have any questions.

November 29, 2021

Please donate to the Batavia Access Toy Drive to help Batavia families enjoy the holidays.  Deliver new toys to room C112 by December 8th.

Attention all Girls’ Soccer Players there will be a Preseason informational meeting on Wednesday, December 1st at 2:45 in the cafeteria.  If you cannot attend please contact Coach G, Coach O’Reilly, or Coach Patrick.  

Hey Bulldogs!  Eco Club is meeting today after school in room C-109.  Join us as we plan some fun events for this Winter.  New members are always welcomed.  See Mrs. Faulhaber for any questions.

Creative, Fun, Exciting… This perfectly describes “Anime”.  So check out Anime Club!  We are meeting this Thursday after school in room C109.   See Mrs. Faulhaber if you have any questions.

Join Amnesty International in wearing light blue tomorrow to show support for women’s reproductive rights.  Visit amnesty international.org for more information or see Mr. Ray.

November 22, 2021

Please donate to the Batavia Access Toy Drive to help Batavia families enjoy the holidays.  Deliver new toys to room C112 by December 8th.

Attention all Girls’ Soccer Players there will be a Preseason informational meeting on December 1st at 2:45 in the cafeteria.  If you cannot attend please contact Coach G, Coach O’Reilly, or Coach Patrick.  

Congratulations to the freshman girls basketball team.   The girls took 1st place in their Thanksgiving tournament with a win over Geneva.

November 19, 2021

Please donate to the Batavia Access Toy Drive to help Batavia families enjoy the holidays.  Deliver new toys to room C112 by December 8th.

Be sure to check in with the University of Arizona representative during lunch today in the atrium

November 18, 2021

Please donate to the Batavia Access Toy Drive to help Batavia families enjoy the holidays.  Deliver new toys to room C112 by December 8th.

November 17, 2021

Who’s hungry for a fun and exciting prom and homecoming these next few years?  The Student Council is holding a fundraiser at Portillo’s in Batavia tonight from 5-8.  Mention Batavia Student Council when ordering, a portion of the profits will go straight to us.  

Hey Anime Enthusiasts!  Check out Anime Club today after school in room C109.  Contact Mrs. Faulhaber for more information.

The BHS Fine Arts Department is hosting their first ever Fine Art College & Career Fair on Thursday, December 2nd during the 4th block.  Taking place in the BFAC, there will be representatives from over 12 colleges and universities and more.  Sign up to attend through the Google Form linked on the flyers around the school.  Email Ms. Tieri Ton for more information!

Congratulations to the girls swim team on their outstanding performance in the state meet this past weekend.  The medley relay of Sarah Michael, Ashley Sego, Kelly Shortfall and Cami Mayo finished 13th and Ashley Sego finished 9th in both her individual events and two new school records.  Great job ladies.

November 16, 2021

Who’s hungry for a fun and exciting prom and homecoming these next few years?  Student Council is holding a fundraiser at Portillo’s in Batavia on Randall tomorrow from 5-8.  Mention Batavia Student Council when ordering, a portion of the profits will go straight to us.  Student Council is in charge of things like homecoming, prom, and other fun events throughout the year, so make sure you support us Wednesday by getting some Portillio’s from 5-8!

Today is Military Day at BHS! During your lunch break you will have the opportunity to speak with military representatives from the Army, Navy, Coast Guard, Army ROTC, Army National Guard and Marines! Be sure to make time to ask questions, gather information or even try the pull-up challenge!

The Computer Science Club will be meeting today after school in room D110. See Adhish Rajan or Mr. Ozarka with any questions.

Interested in a career in healthcare?  The Future Medical Professionals Club will be meeting today after school in D202.  New members are welcome!

Hey Anime Enthusiasts!  Check out Anime Club this tomorrow after school in C-109.  Contact Mrs. Faulhaber for more information.

The BHS Fine Arts Department is hosting their first ever Fine Art College & Career Fair on Thursday, December 2nd during the 4th block.  Taking place in the BFAC, there will be representatives from over 12 colleges and universities and more.  Sign up to attend through the Google Form linked on the flyers around the school.  Email Ms. Tieri Ton for more information!

November 15, 2021

Who’s hungry for a fun and exciting prom and homecoming these next few years?  Student Council is holding a fundraiser at Portillo’s in Batavia on Randall this Wednesday from 5-8.  Mention Batavia Student Council when ordering, a portion of the profits will go straight to us.  Student Council is in charge of things like homecoming, prom, and other fun events throughout the year, so make sure you support us Wednesday by getting some Portillio’s from 5-8!

Join Girl Up today from 2:45-3:45 to celebrate lady Diana Spencer and to write thank you notes for women in our community.  Everyone is welcome.

Eco Club is meeting today after school in room C109.  New members are always welcomed. Come check us out!  See Mrs. Faulhaber with any questions.”

Starting today, Future Creative Professionals will begin meeting in the LRC Back Room instead of the Graphics classroom. Please let Ms. T know if you have any questions!

Tomorrow is Military Day at BHS! During your lunch break you will have the opportunity to speak with military representatives from the Army, Navy, Coast Guard, Army ROTC, Army National Guard and Marines! Be sure to make time to ask questions, gather information or even try the pull-up challenge!

Interested in a career in healthcare?  The Future Medical Professionals Club will be meeting this Tuesday after school in D202.  New members are welcome!

The BHS Fine Arts Department is hosting their first ever Fine Art College & Career Fair on Thursday, December 2nd during the 4th block.  Taking place in the BFAC, there will be representatives from over 12 colleges and universities and more.  Sign up to attend through the Google Form linked on the flyers around the school.  Email Ms. Tieri Ton for more information!

November 12, 2021

Attention Seniors:   Do you need help with your college application?  Stop by room A101 during lunches today for assistance.  There is no need to sign up, just show up during your lunch with your Chromebook and your counselor will be available to answer your questions.

Join Girl Up this upcoming Monday, November 15th from 2:45-3:45 to celebrate lady Diana Spencer and to write thank you notes for women in our community.  Everyone is welcome.

Next week during first block classes, Key Club will be running a Thanksgiving Food Drive.  All food will be donated to the Batavia Interfaith Food Pantry.  Current needs include the following: canned tuna, canned soup and chili, applesauce, canned fruit, and boxed potatoes.  Please bring food into your block 1 class so we can help those less fortunate.

November 11, 2021

Attention Seniors:   Do you need help with your college application?  Stop by room A101 during lunches tomorrow for assistance.  There is no need to sign up, just show up during your lunch with your Chromebook and your counselor will be available to answer your questions.

Join Girl Up this upcoming Monday, November 15th from 2:45-3:45 to celebrate lady Diana Spencer and to write thank you notes for women in our community.  Everyone is welcome.

Next week during first block classes, Key Club will be running a Thanksgiving Food Drive.  All food will be donated to the Batavia Interfaith Food Pantry.  Current needs include the following: canned tuna, canned soup and chili, applesauce, canned fruit, and boxed potatoes.  Please bring food into your block 1 class so we can help those less fortunate.

November 10, 2021

Come to the International Club today after school in room C101.  We will be planning our November event.

Have you noticed the new courtyard next to the LRC?  Eco Club would like to thank all of the student volunteers that worked together to create a beautiful student  space to enjoy and learn more about the environment.  A special thanks to all of the coaches and club sponsors that encouraged their students to participate in this environment project.  Just a reminder to the student volunteers, sign up and attend today’s ribbon cutting ceremony at 4:00 p.m. where we will also recognize all of the community donors that have helped make this revitalized space a reality.

Next week during first block classes, Key Club will be running a Thanksgiving Food Drive.  All food will be donated to the Batavia Interfaith Food Pantry.  Current needs include the following: canned tuna, canned soup and chili, applesauce, canned fruit, and boxed potatoes.  Please bring food into your block 1 class so we can help those less fortunate.

November 9, 2021

Come to the International Club tomorrow after school in room C101.  We will be planning our November event!

November 8, 2021

Congratulations to the girls swimming co-op team on their great performances at sectionals this past weekend. Medalist swims were turned in by Sarah Michael, Ashley Sego, Kelly Shortall, Cami Mayo, Kayleigh Kuschewski, and Hollyn Ambre.  Special recognition goes out to Sarah Michael, Ashley Sego, Kelly Shortall, and Cami Mayo for qualifying for the IHSA State Meet next weekend.

November 5, 2021

Attention Seniors:  Do you need help with your college application?  Stop by room A101 during lunches today for assistance.  There is no need to sign up, just show up during your lunch with your Chromebook and your counselor will be available to answer your questions.

Listen up Seniors! Today during lunch you can learn more about Xavier University, Luther College, and University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.  College Representatives will be in the atrium. Be sure to visit their table to ask questions and gather information!

There will be NO graphics club this week!  Email Ms. T if you have any questions. See you next week!

Science National honor society members please sign up for our hike this Sunday on google classroom – there is limited space

Key Club International does a lot of service and fundraising with organizations like Unicef.  Through this organization, we have raised 1.2 million dollars to fight iodine deficiency disorders, we’ve raised 1.3 million dollars to fight HIV/AIDS in Swaziland, and we are currently working on raising money to provide safe drinking water, sanitation, and hygiene education to schools and children in Haiti due to their devastating loss from the most recent earthquake and hurricanes that have hit their communities.  If this sounds like something you want to be involved with, come to Key Club!  We meet Tuesday at 7:15 and Thursday at 2:45.  Both meetings take place in A101.  See you there!

November 4, 2021

Attention students:  There will be a fan bus going to Mt. Carmel Playoff Football game!  Turn in the permission slip and $5 to Student Services by the end of day to ensure a spot.

There will be NO graphics club this week!  Email Ms. T if you have any questions. See you next week!

Listen up Seniors! Tomorrow you can learn more about Xavier University, Luther College, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and University of Arizona. College Representatives will be in the atrium during lunch blocks. Be sure to visit their table to ask questions and gather information!

Science National honor society members please sign up for our hike this sunday on google classroom – there is limited space

All girls who are not currently in fall sport and are interested in being on the wrestling team this season:  The girls season starts Monday, November 8 and there will be a mandatory girls-only informational meeting in the wrestling room today after school.

Key Club International first started in 1925 in Sacramento, California.  Batavia High School has had a Key Club since 1988!  That’s right – this is our 33rd year of providing volunteer service to our school and community.  If you would like to be a part of this great volunteer organization, come to a meeting!  We meet Tuesday at 7:15 am or Thursday 2:45 pm.  Both meetings take place in A101.  See you there!

November 3, 2021

Attention students:  There will be a fan bus going to Mt. Carmel Playoff Football game!  Turn in the permission slip and $5 to Student Services by tomorrow at 2:30 to ensure a spot.

Listen up Seniors! This Friday get to know more about: Xavier University, Luther College, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and University of Arizona. College Representatives will be in the atrium during lunch blocks. Be sure to visit their table to ask questions and gather information!

Come to Ping Pong Club today after school!  Meet in the atrium outside the cafeteria.

The Creative Writing Club is meeting after school today in room A121. Join us to write some pieces, share some work, or conquer writers’ block!

Did you know that this week is Solidarity Week?  The main goal of solidarity week is for students and educators to learn more about how to show solidarity with the LGBTQ+ community.  There are so many ways to be an ally from honoring pronouns to changing policy.  Reach out to BHS Pride Alliance to find out more that you can do to show your allyship and solidarity!

The core values of Key Club International are leadership, character building, caring, and inclusiveness.  If this sounds like something you would like to be a part of – join Key Club!  We meet twice a week – Tuesday before school at 7:15 or Thursday after school at 2:45.  All meetings take place in A101.  See you there!

All girls who are not currently in fall sport and are interested in being on the wrestling team this season:  The girls season starts Monday, November 8 and there will be a mandatory girls-only informational meeting in the wrestling room tomorrow after school.

November 2, 2021

Interested in a career in healthcare?  Future Medical Professionals Club will be meeting today after school in room D202.  We will have a guest speaker, Mrs. Buttels, College Career counselor, who will be talking about how to look for colleges, the college application process, and service opportunities.  Contact Ms. Gaba with any questions.

Come to Ping Pong Club tomorrow after school!  Meet in the atrium outside the cafeteria.

Key Club International is a worldwide organization that is active in more than 38 countries!  We are a service organization that does volunteer work throughout our community.  If this sounds like something you would like to be a part of, come to a meeting!  We meet Tuesday morning at 7:15 or Thursday after school at 2:45.  All meetings take place in A101.  See you there!

Students attending the Waubonsee Community College field trip will meet in the atrium at 8:30.  Permission slip is in your email.

All boys who are not currently in fall sport and are interested in being on the wrestling team this season:  The season starts Monday 11/8 and there will be a mandatory informational meeting in the wrestling room today at 2:40 PM.  Current fall sport athletes should pick up an informational flyer tomorrow before going to practice.

All girls who are not currently in fall sport and are interested in being on the wrestling team this season:  The girls season starts Monday, November 8 and there will be a mandatory girls-only informational meeting in the wrestling room this Thursday, November 4th at 2:40 p.m.

November 1, 2021

Attention students:  Did you know that breakfast is served Monday through Friday at BHS?  Breakfast starts at 7:00 a.m. everyday and extended time on Thursdays.  For more information check out the posters on the lunchroom and nurse’s office doors.

Eco Club is meeting today after school in room C-109.  We will be working in the new courtyard moving mulch and planting.  We need all the help we can get!  Contact Mrs. Faulhaber for more information.

Interested in a career in healthcare?  Future Medical Professionals Club will be meeting tomorrow after school in room D202.  We will have a guest speaker, Mrs. Buttels, College Career counselor, who will be talking about how to look for colleges, the college application process, and service opportunities.  Contact Ms. Gaba with any questions.

All boys who are not currently in fall sport and are interested in being on the wrestling team this season:  The season starts Monday 11/8 and there will be a mandatory informational meeting in the wrestling room tomorrow at 2:40 PM.  Current fall sport athletes should pick up an informational flyer tomorrow before going to practice.

October 29, 2021

Attention Seniors:  Do you need help with your college application?  Stop by room A101 during lunches today for assistance.   There is no need to sign up, just show up during your lunch with your chromebook and your counselor will be available to answer your questions.

Attention students:  Did you know that breakfast is served Monday through Friday at BHS?  Breakfast starts at 7:00 a.m. everyday and extended time on Thursdays.  For more information check out the posters on the lunchroom and nurse’s office doors.

Attention students:  Did you misplace your water bottle?  If so, please go to the lost and found area at Main Street reception.  Left over water bottles will be tossed at the end of the day.

Today during lunches, Dog Pound will be passing out foam fingers for this week’s playoff game. If you registered for a dog pound membership, stop by the ticket booth during your lunch to pick up your foam finger!  Don’t forget your student ID will not get you free entry to Friday’s game. Playoff games are $5 at the gate

Dog Pound will also be selling shirts to anyone who is still interested! Extra dog pound shirts will be $10 for a short sleeve and $15 for long sleeves. Bring cash to the ticket booth.

Seniors listen up! Northern Michigan University, Grand Canyon University, University of South Alabama and Valparaiso University will all be represented in the atrium today. Be sure to stop by during your lunch block for more information!

If you’re not afraid to get dirty, check out Eco Club!  Eco Club is meeting this Monday after school in room C-109.  We will also be working in the Courtyard landscaping around the water feature – dress appropriately.  New members are always welcome!  See Mrs. Faulhaber for more information.

All boys who are not currently in fall sport and are interested in being on the wrestling team this season:  The season starts Monday 11/8 and there will be a mandatory informational meeting in the wrestling room on Tuesday (11/2) at 2:40 PM.  Current fall sport athletes should pick up an informational flyer on Tuesday before going to practice.

October 28, 2021

Attention students:  Did you know that breakfast is served Monday through Friday at BHS?  Breakfast starts at 7:00 a.m. everyday and extended time on Thursdays.  For more information check out the posters on the lunchroom and nurse’s office doors.

Attention students:  Did you misplace your water bottle?  If so, please go to the lost and found area at Main Street reception.  Left over water bottles will be tossed at the end of the day tomorrow.

Tomorrow during lunches, Dog Pound will be passing out foam fingers for this week’s playoff game. If you registered for a dog pound membership, stop by the ticket booth during your lunch to pick up your foam finger!  Don’t forget your student ID will not get you free entry to Friday’s game. Playoff games are $5 at the gate

Dog Pound will also be selling shirts to anyone who is still interested! Extra dog pound shirts will be $10 for a short sleeve and $15 for long sleeves. Bring cash on Friday to the ticket booth

Seniors listen up! Northern Michigan University, Grand Canyon University, University of South Alabama and Valparaiso University will all be represented in the atrium tomorrow. Be sure to stop by during your lunch block for more information!

The boys’ swim team is hosting a team meeting today from 6:30-7:30 at West Chicago High School. Please enter through door E, the pool entrance. Anyone who is interested in joining the team should plan on attending. Any questions? Email Coach Troy Murray at troy.murray@bps101.net. 

October 27, 2021

Attention students:  Did you misplace your water bottle?  If so, please go to the lost and found area at Main Street reception.  Left over water bottles will be tossed at the end of the day on Friday.

Seniors listen up! Northern Michigan University, Grand Canyon University, University of South Alabama and Valparaiso University will all be represented in the atrium this Friday. Be sure to stop by during your lunch block for more information!

Are you a senior considering Waubonsee Community College after graduation? We are taking a group of seniors to tour and learn about all the great offerings at Waubonsee on November 2nd. Mrs. Buttels sent seniors an email with a link to request to attend this morning!

Interested in designing for Rock the Runway?  There will be a meeting today in room D115 after school to learn about this year’s show Bliss.  See Ms. Zalkus with questions.

There will be a mandatory meeting for all those wanting to play Freshmen, Sophomore or Varsity Boys basketball this season after school today in room A101 or Windmill Conference Room.  See Coach Nazos with any questions.

The boys’ swim team is hosting a team meeting tomorrow from 6:30-7:30 at West Chicago High School. Please enter through door E, the pool entrance. Anyone who is interested in joining the team should plan on attending. Any questions? Email Coach Troy Murray at troy.murray@bps101.net. 

October 26, 2021

Are you a senior considering Waubonsee Community College after graduation? We are taking a group of seniors to tour and learn about all the great offerings at Waubonsee on November 2nd. Mrs. Buttels sent seniors an email with a link to request to attend this morning!

Want to be in a play? Auditions for the Winter Play, “Nevermore!  Edgar Allan Poe, The Final Mystery,” a mind-bending mystery play full of magic and shocking surprises, will be today after school.  Sign up for an audition time on the bulletin board in the music wing.  Please contact Mr. Casburn with questions.

Interested in designing for Rock the Runway?  There will be a meeting in room D115 tomorrow after school to learn about this year’s show Bliss.  See Ms. Zalkus with questions.

There will be no Pride Alliance today.  Check our Classroom page for more details.

There will be a mandatory meeting for all those wanting to play Freshmen, Sophomore or Varsity Boys basketball this season after school tomorrow in room A101 or Windmill Conference Room.  See Coach Nazos with any questions.

The boys’ swim team is hosting a team meeting this Thursday, October 28 from 6:30-7:30 at West Chicago High School. Please enter through door E, the pool entrance. Anyone who is interested in joining the team should plan on attending. Any questions? Email Coach Troy Murray at troy.murray@bps101.net. 

Come out and support your Varsity Volleyball team as they take on Oswego at Metea Valley tonight at 6:30 for the Regional semi-finals! 

October 25, 2021

Are you a senior considering Waubonsee Community College after graduation? We are taking a group of seniors to tour and learn about all the great offerings at Waubonsee on November 2nd. Mrs. Buttels sent seniors an email with a link to request to attend this morning!

Want to be in a play? Auditions for the Winter Play, “Nevermore!  Edgar Allan Poe, The Final Mystery,” a mind-bending mystery play full of magic and shocking surprises, will be tomorrow after school.  Sign up for an audition time on the bulletin board in the music wing.  Please contact Mr. Casburn with questions.

Interested in designing for Rock the Runway?  There will be a meeting in room D115 this Wednesday after school to learn about this year’s show Bliss.  See Ms. Zalkus with questions.

Are you considering a career in the hands-on trades such as an electrician, plumber, construction worker? We have the perfect event for you to learn about this career pathway! We are taking students on a field trip to the Apprenticeship Expo. The field trip will take place on November 9th, 2021 during the school day.  There are a limited number of seats, so students who wish to attend must submit an application to attend by October 28th. There are flyers on the bulletin boards around school where students can access the application. Questions should be directed to Mrs. Buttels.

There will be a mandatory meeting for all those wanting to play Freshmen, Sophomore or Varsity Boys basketball this season after school this Wednesday in room A101 or Windmill Conference Room.  See Coach Nazos with any questions.

Calling all Dancers:  IHSA Batavia Dance Team tryouts are today at 2:45 pm to 6 pm in the dance room.  Come tryout for the award winning dance team. Please dress in dance attire.  If you have any questions, reach out to Coach Fuqua. 

Congratulations to our girls cross country team for winning regionals this weekend.  Great job ladies.

Congratulations to the JV and Varsity girls swim team for winning the UEC Conference Championship.  Great job ladies.

 

October 22, 2021

Attention Seniors:  Do you need help with your college application?  Stop by room A101 during lunches today for assistance.  There is no need to sign up, just show up during your lunch with your Chromebook and your counselor will be available to answer your questions.

HEADS UP SENIORS!! College reps from Arizona State, University of Alabama, Drake, Millikin, Colorado State and Western Illinois will be in the atrium today during lunches. Be sure to make time during your lunch break to visit their tables for valuable information!

Want to be in a play? Auditions for the Winter Play, “Nevermore!  Edgar Allan Poe, The Final Mystery,” a mind-bending mystery play full of magic and shocking surprises, will be on Tuesday, October 26th after school.  Sign up for an audition time on the bulletin board in the music wing.  Please contact Mr. Casburn with questions.

Are you considering a career in the hands-on trades such as an electrician, plumber, construction worker? We have the perfect event for you to learn about this career pathway! We are taking students on a field trip to the Apprenticeship Expo. The field trip will take place on November 9th, 2021 during the school day.  There are a limited number of seats, so students who wish to attend must submit an application to attend by October 28th. There are flyers on the bulletin boards around school where students can access the application. Questions should be directed to Mrs. Buttels.

The Batavia Lacrosse team will be holding a Fall Prospect Day and Scrimmage on Sunday, October 24th from 11-1:00 in the stadium.  This is open to any BHS student interested in playing LaCrosse in the spring.  Additional equipment will be available for new players.

Come to support the JV and Varsity girls swim team at the UEC Conference in West Chicago tomorrow.  The meet starts at 1:00 p.m.

October 21, 2021

Attention Seniors:  Do you need help with your college application?  Stop by room A101 during lunches today for assistance.  There is no need to sign up, just show up during your lunch with your Chromebook and your counselor will be available to answer your questions.

*HEADS UP SENIORS!! Tomorrow college reps from Arizona State, University of Alabama, Drake, Millikin, Colorado State and Western Illinois will be in the atrium through C Block. Be sure to make time during your lunch break to visit their tables for valuable information!

There will be a Youth and Government Club meeting after school today in room B103.

Are you interested in hands-on careers in the trades? Apply to come to the Apprenticeship Expo with us on November 9th to learn about this career path!  Email Mrs. Buttels with questions.

Do you know the importance of sharing and asking pronouns? Come visit the Pride Alliance table today in the atrium during the lunch periods to learn more and show your pronouns with a button or keychain!  They are $1 each!  International Pronouns Day (which was yesterday!) seeks to make respecting, sharing, and educating about personal pronouns commonplace.  

The But Seriously Folks Improv Troupe is returning for their first show in the blackbox tonight at 7pm. Get your tickets on the Batavia Fine Arts Center website.

*Attention girls basketball players:  There will be a pre-season meeting immediately after school tomorrow in room A101.  Speak with Coach Jensen with any questions.

*The Batavia Lacrosse team will be holding a Fall Prospect Day and Scrimmage on Sunday, October 24th from 11-1:00 in the stadium.  This is open to any BHS student interested in playing LaCrosse in the spring.  Additional equipment will be available for new players.

Congratulations to the JV, and freshman A and B volleyball teams on their wins against Bolingbrook last night. Thanks to everyone who came out to celebrate our seniors for senior night!! 

October 20, 2021

To the students who registered to attend the Women in Business event this morning, you are excused to attend the career exploration event during all of the first block today. Students should go to the BFAC lobby to check in now. 

*HEADS UP SENIORS!! This Friday college reps from Arizona State, University of Alabama, Drake, Millikin, Colorado State and Western Illinois will be in the atrium through C Block. Be sure to make time during your lunch break to visit their tables for valuable information!

*Interested in trying out for cheer? Come to the open gym today from 6-7:30 pm in the field house. Please wear athletic clothing so that you can stunt and tumble with the team! Tryouts are Monday, October 25th. Contact Coach Behrens with any questions!

*Creative Writing Club, a safe space for BHS writers to create and share together, will meet today after school in room A121.  Come develop your next great piece of writing with us!  Questions? Contact Mr. Casburn.

*Come to the International Club today after school in room C101.  We will be holding elections and planning our October event.  All are welcome!  

*Hey Amine enthusiasts, check out Anime Club!  We like to watch various anime series and discuss them in our small group.  Join us today after school in room C-109.  We are always looking for new members.  Contact Mrs. Faulhaber with any questions.

*Interact Club is having a meeting both before and after school today in room B125. Come learn about volunteer opportunities and the kick start of our Fannie May Fundraiser.

The But Seriously Folks Improv Troupe is returning for their first show in the blackbox this Thursday at 7pm. Get your tickets on the Batavia Fine Arts Center website.

*Clinics for IHSA Dance Clinic is this Thursday, October 21 in the dance room from 5 to 6 pm.  Please come ready to bush up on skills for dance tryouts that will be held on Monday, October 25th.  If you need more information please contact Coach Fuqua at angela.fuqua@bps101.net

*Attention girls basketball players:  There will be a pre-season meeting immediately after school this Friday in room A101.  Speak with Coach Jensen with any questions.

*The Batavia Lacrosse team will be holding a Fall Prospect Day and Scrimmage on Sunday, October 24th from 11-1:00 in the stadium.  This is open to any BHS student interested in playing LaCrosse in the spring.  Additional equipment will be available for new players.

Congratulations to the Freshman A Volleyball team on their conference win against St. Charles North last night! All levels are back home to celebrate senior night tonight! Varsity starts at 5:30 with the senior recognition before the match. Come out to support your bulldogs in the last regular season match of the year! 

October 19, 2021

Interested in trying out for cheer? Come to the open gym tomorrow from 6-7:30 pm in the field house. Please wear athletic clothing so that you can stunt and tumble with the team! Tryouts are Monday, October 25th. Contact Coach Behrens with any questions!

Creative Writing Club, a safe space for BHS writers to create and share together, will meet tomorrow after school in room A121 at 2:45.  Come develop your next great piece of writing with us!  Questions? Contact Mr. Casburn.

Interested in a career in healthcare?  Join the Future Medical Professionals Club!  We will be meeting today after school in D202.  See Ms. Gaba with any questions.

Come to the International Club tomorrow after school in room C101.  We will be holding elections and planning our October event.  All are welcome!  

Attention girls basketball players:  There will be a pre-season meeting immediately after school this Friday in room A101.  Speak with Coach Jensen with any questions.

Stressed?  Come to the atrium during lunch to purchase a stress ball made by the Psychology Club and show your support for Mental Health Awareness Week.  

Hey Amine enthusiasts, check out Anime Club!  We like to watch various anime series and discuss them in our small group.  Join us tomorrow after school in room C-109.  We are always looking for new members.  Contact Mrs. Faulhaber with any questions.

Clinics for IHSA Dance Clinics are today and Thursday October 21 in the dance room from 5 to 6 pm.  Please come ready to bush up on skills for dance tryouts that will be held on Monday, October 25th.  If you need more information please contact Coach Fuqua at angela.fuqua@bps101.net

The boys’ soccer team will be hosting Regionals starting today at 5:00 p.m.  Come out and help lead your Bulldogs to a regional plaque.

October 18, 2021

The Coffee Bar is open in the atrium and we are very excited to serve you! Please be patient as we are all new and still learning all the delicious drink recipes to make your day just that much better!

Interested in trying out for cheer? Come to the open gym this Wednesday from 6-7:30 pm in the field house. Please wear athletic clothing so that you can stunt and tumble with the team! Tryouts are Monday, October 25th. Contact Coach Behrens with any questions!

Creative Writing Club, a safe space for BHS writers to create and share together, will meet this Wednesday, October 20th after school in room A121 at 2:45.  Come develop your next great piece of writing with us!  Questions? Contact Mr. Casburn.

Interested in a career in healthcare?  Join the Future Medical Professionals Club!  We will be meeting tomorrow after school in D202.  See Ms. Gaba with any questions.

Are you interested in feminism?  Maybe you’re interested in learning a little about the Salem witch trials or helping create a mural to put up in school?  Join Girl Up today after school in room D115 for some fun Halloween festivities, creating a mural for school, and learning about the history of the Salem witch trials.  Come in costume, there will be prizes for best costume!

Check out the running waterfall in the new Eco Courtyard next to the LRC!  Eco Club meets today after school and we need more volunteers to help us finish landscaping this new student space.  Join us after school in room C-109 and find out how you can help!  Contact Mrs. Faulhaber with any questions.

SNHS will meet today after school and tuesday oct 19th before school.  Please bring dues.

Stressed?  Come to the atrium during lunch to purchase a stress ball made by the Psychology Club and show your support for Mental Health Awareness Week.  

Hey Amine enthusiasts, check out Anime Club!  We like to watch various anime series and discuss them in our small group.  Join us this Wednesday after school in room C-109.  We are always looking for new members.  Contact Mrs. Faulhaber with any questions.

Clinics for IHSA Dance Clinics are tomorrow and Thursday October 21 in the dance room from 5 to 6 pm.  Please come ready to bush up on skills for dance tryouts that will be held on Monday, October 25th.  If you need more information please contact Coach Fuqua at angela.fuqua@bps101.net

The boys’ soccer team will be hosting Regionals starting tomorrow at 5:00 p.m.  Come out and help lead your Bulldogs to a regional plaque.

The Batavia Varsity Girls Tennis team had another solid performance this past weekend as they won the IHSA St. Charles East Sectional title.  The Bulldogs were led by 5 state qualifiers. Dhruthi Daggubati in singles and the doubles teams of Leah Puttin / Bella Lins and Hailey Durso / Kelly Thoman.  Congrats to Leah and Bella on winning the sectional doubles championship.  All five players will participate in the state meet beginning on Thursday.

October 15, 2021

Listen up Seniors! College Reps from Michigan State University and Mount Mercy University will be in the atrium during your lunch block today to answer questions and hand out information. Make sure to stop by!

Are you interested in feminism?  Maybe you’re interested in learning a little about the Salem witch trials or helping create a mural to put up in school?  Join Girl Up on Monday, October 18th from 2:45-3:45 in room D115 for some fun Halloween festivities, creating a mural for school, and learning about the history of the Salem witch trials.  Come in costume, there will be prizes for best costume!

Do you like the Environment?   Well check out Eco Club!  We have more cool plans for completing the water feature area in the LRC Courtyard.  Join us at our next meeting on Monday after school in room C109. New Members are welcomed.

The boys’ soccer team will be hosting Regionals starting this Tuesday, October 19th at 5:00 p.m.  Come out and help lead your Bulldogs to a regional plaque.

Congratulations to the varsity girls swim team for winning first place in the Highland Park Invite.  Great job ladies.

October 14, 2021

Graphics club will be meet today instead of tomorrow.  See Ms. T for questions!

Are you interested in feminism?  Maybe you’re interested in learning a little about the Salem witch trials or helping create a mural to put up in school?  Join Girl Up on October 18th from 2:45-3:45 in room D115 for some fun Halloween festivities, creating a mural for school, and learning about the history of the Salem witch trials.  Come in costume, there will be prizes for best costume!

Congratulations to the Varsity volleyball team for beating St. Francis for the first time in school history last night!! They won a great 3 set match. Great job ladies!

October 13, 2021

Interested in trying out for cheer? Come to the open gym tonight from 6-7:30 pm in the field house. Please wear athletic clothing so that you can stunt and tumble with the team! Tryouts are Monday, October 25th. Contact Coach Behrens with any questions!

Hey Bulldogs, Eco Club is holding a Bingo Night Fundraiser at Pal Joey’s TODAY from 6-8pm. Bring your family:  small children and grandparents are welcomed.  Play your luck in winning lots of fun prizes; and all proceeds go towards finishing the amazing Environment Project in the LRC Courtyard.  See you tonight!

Seniors, do you need help writing your college essay? We are hosting a late-start presentation tomorrow at 7:30 a.m. for you. We will have a college admissions professional with over 25 years of experience at BHS who will share her tips on how to write a college essay. Email Mrs. Buttels today if you want to attend or sign up in the email she sent last week–there are only a few spots left!

Congratulations to the JV and Varsity girls’ swim team for finishing off last Thursday night with two big wins against Fenton and Bartlett.  Good job ladies!

Congrats to the Varsity and Freshman B volleyball teams on their wins against St. Charles East last night! All other levels had some great matches as well. Great job ladies! 

October 12, 2021

Interested in trying out for cheer? Come to the open gym tomorrow from 6-7:30 pm in the field house. Please wear athletic clothing so that you can stunt and tumble with the team! Tryouts are Monday, October 25th. Contact Coach Behrens with any questions!

BHS will host “Women in Business” Career Event where 15 local women in business careers will meet with students to talk with them about their career paths in small groups with 5-6 students at a table. There will be 3 rotations so each student gets to talk with 3 professionals.  The event will take place during 1st block on Wednesday, October 20th in the BFAC lobby. All BHS female students who are considering careers in business are encouraged to register by this Thursday, October 14th with a google form:  Please go to the BHS website – morning announcements for the link. https://bit.ly/WIBFall2021. Questions? Email Mrs. Buttels.

Hey Bulldogs!  Be sure to check out the new LRC Courtyard.  The Eco Club and over 50 student volunteers partnered with Aquascape to transform the simple grass space into a beautiful water feature mimicking our very own Fox River.  The Eco Club is still fine tuning this space with tree plantings, mulch, crushed granite pathways, patio and more.  Due to the hazards of a construction zone, students are currently unable to come into the courtyard.  But stay tuned for the grand opening of this student space which was designed to nurture social and emotional wellbeing, and to serve as an outdoor conservation classroom.

Eco Club Members will be available to answer questions about the overall environmental project, and vision for the next phase.  Stop by the LRC before and after each lunch period to learn more.  Thank you again to all of our students volunteers that helped turn this dream into a reality!  And stop by Pal Joey’s tomorrow night for our Bingo Night fundraiser at 6pm sponsored by the Batavia Lions Club.  

Come out to support your volleyball teams tonight as they host their annual DigPink match to raise money for Breast Cancer research. There will be raffles and a bake sale and wear pink to support! Lower levels start at 4:30 with Varsity at 5:30. 

Your Batavia Bulldog Girls Tennis Team capped off an amazing conference season last week by finishing undefeated in the conference, winning the conference tournament and repeating as overall DuKane Conference champions.  The Bulldog varsity won the conference title for the third straight year.  In addition, our JV1 and JV2 teams also won conference this weekend giving us four straight conference titles at the JV level. Our varsity first place finishers in the conference tournament were seniors Hailey Durso and Kelly Thoman at number 2 doubles and Juniors Taylor Steinys and Hannah Schneider at number 4 doubles. On JV1 our first place finishers were Junior Allison Lukas at second singles and Sophomore Kathryn Danosky at third singles. The JV2 first place finishers were Junior Summer Moore and Sophomore Ali Hayden at third doubles. The varsity will play their final regular season match today against Metea Valley before competing in Sectionals on Friday.

Congratulations to Gavin Newkirk on finishing T18th in the State Tournament out of 112 golfers. Gavin shot a school record 1-under par in Round 1 and followed it up with a solid 76 in much tougher conditions.  Way to go Gavin!!

October 7, 2021

BHS will host “Women in Business” Career Event where 15 local women in business careers will meet with students to talk with them about their career paths in small groups with 5-6 students at a table. There will be 3 rotations so each student gets to talk with 3 professionals.  The event will take place during 1st block on Wednesday, October 20th in the BFAC lobby. All BHS female students who are considering careers in business are encouraged to register by next Thursday, October 14th with a google form:   https://bit.ly/WIBFall2021. Questions? Email Mrs. Buttels

In honor of mental health awareness week psychology club presents to you a self-care tip: meditation can help you feel calm and relaxed in stressful situations, take a minute to try the following: take a deep breath and visualize yourself in your happy place. 

Your Bulldog varsity girls tennis team completed its second consecutive undefeated conference season with a 6-1 win over St. Charles North last night.  They will compete in the conference tournament this weekend as they go for their third consecutive conference title.  Congratulations to seniors Leah Puttin and Bella Lins on both earning their 100th career victories this season, becoming the 9th and 10th players in program history to accomplish the feat.

October 6, 2021

Attention all students:   This is a reminder that tomorrow there is NO late start and there is a half day of school.

Did you know members of the LGBTQ+ community are three times more likely to develop a mental illness, with the two biggest being depression and anxiety? Join the psychology club and help end the stigma.  

It’s not too late to join Key Club!  We are still accepting new members.  If you haven’t been to a meeting in a few weeks – come on back!  We meet in A101 twice a week – Tuesday before school at 7:15 and Thursday after school at 2:45.  We have a TON of volunteer opportunities for October and November – come check out what’s available!

Check out Anime Club!  We will meet today after school in room C109. New members are always welcomed!

Interested in trying out for cheer? Come to the open gym tonight from 6-7:30 pm in the field house. Please wear athletic clothing so that you can stunt and tumble with the team! Tryouts are Monday, October 25th. Contact Coach Behrens with any questions!

Congrats to the JV Volleyball team on beating Geneva last night!! They played a great 3 set match and took the win! 

October 5, 2021

Attention all students:   This is a reminder that this Thursday, October 7th there is NO late start and there is a half day of school.

This week is mental health awareness week.  A common myth with mental disorders is it is linked with being hostile and aggressive. According to mentalhealth.gov, only 3-5% of violent acts are due to mental illness. In fact, people who have mental illnesses are over 10 times more likely to be victims of crimes. You can help end the stigma! 

It’s not too late to join Key Club!  We are still accepting new members.  If you haven’t been to a meeting in a few weeks – come on back!  We meet in A101 twice a week – Tuesday before school at 7:15 and Thursday after school at 2:45.  We have a TON of volunteer opportunities for October and November – come check out what’s available!

Check out Anime Club!  We will meet tomorrow after school in room C109. New members are always welcomed!

Interested in a career in healthcare?  The Future Medical Professionals Club will have a meeting today after school in room D202.  We will be doing an activity where we will research and learn about various healthcare careers.  Contact Ms. Gaba with any questions.

Attention Bulldog Fans:  Come out and watch your senior boys soccer players compete against STCE tonight at 7:00 pm.  Help us celebrate their four years in the program.  

Congratulations to Gavin Newkirk on qualifying for State. Gavin shot a 2-under 70 on a difficult golf course and that was good enough for a 2nd overall finish out of 112 golfers in the Sectional.  Good luck at State Gavin!!

October 4, 2021

Attention all students:   This is a reminder that this Thursday, October 7th there is NO late start and there is a half day of school.

The Psychology Club would like to announce that this week is mental health awareness week. Today we present to you a self-care tip: one of the best ways to care for yourself is to connect with others. This can include connecting with those you love or professionals who can help you.

It’s not too late to join Key Club!  We are still accepting new members.  If you haven’t been to a meeting in a few weeks – come on back!  We meet in A101 twice a week – Tuesday before school at 7:15 and Thursday after school at 2:45.  We have a TON of volunteer opportunities for October and November – come check out what’s available!

Thank you students & staff for helping Eco Club raise over $250 in our Plant Sale! New members are welcome to join. Eco Club Meets TODAY after school in room C-109! The construction of an amazing water feature in the LRC Courtyard will happen this Thursday and Friday.   Any students that would like to volunteer contact Mrs. Faulhaber.

Check out Anime Club!  We will meet this Wednesday after school in room C109. New members are always welcomed!

Congratulations to the JV girls tennis team on their shutout victory against St Charles East last Thursday. JV1 has an overall record of 17-1, JV2 is 15-0, and JV3 is 5-1. The girls are undefeated in conference going into their final week of the season next week. 

October 1, 2021

While books have been and continue to be banned, part of the Banned Books Week celebration is the fact that, in a majority of cases, the books have remained available. This happens only thanks to the efforts of librarians, teachers, students, and community members who stand up and speak out for the freedom to read.

Batavia High School is going to have colleges available to provide information or answer questions today during lunch. The colleges will be in the atrium for all lunches. The colleges visiting today are: Marquette University, Augustana College, Iowa State University, Valparaiso University, University of Dayton, and Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising.

September 30, 2021

Would you believe that one of the most challenged book series of all time is Captain Underpants?  The series has been challenged because it was perceived as encouraging disruptive behavior, while Captain Underpants and the Sensational Saga of Sir Stinks-A-Lot was challenged for including a same-sex couple.

Do you have A or B LUNCH? Please leave your cans and plastic bottles on the table! Co-Op will pick them up for the fundraisers we’re doing! 

Yearbook Club will meet after school today in room D110.

Congratulations to golfers Gavin Newkirk, Myles Prodoehl, and Jimmy Haug on advancing to the IHSA Sectional round at Village Links on Monday.  Gavin was T-4th overall in the Regional Tournament.  Good luck boys on your quest for State.

Come out to support your volleyball teams tonight as they take on Glenbard South at home!! We will be recognizing all of our wonderful staff for our staff appreciation night! Freshman and sophomores start at 4:30, Varsity starts at 5:30. Go Bulldogs!

September 29, 2021

Attention students:  Picture makeup is tomorrow and last chance for all students including seniors to have their ID pictures taken.

Books unite us. Sharing stories important to us means sharing a part of ourselves. Books reach across boundaries and build connections between readers. Censorship, on the other hand, divides us and creates barriers.

Today the Youth and Government Club is meeting after school in room A101. There is still time for you to join and experience what it is like to write bills and be a member of Illinois’s House of Representatives. Email Mrs. Powers for more information.

Are you interested in learning about other languages and cultures?  Then come to the first meeting of the International Club today after school in room C101.

Did you know:  “A simple plant can boost your mental well-being and reduce stress!” Support Eco Club’s PLANT SALE during all lunches this week.  Cost:  $3 – $5.   Money earned is to create a peaceful outdoor space in the LRC Courtyard for all students to enjoy.

The Bulldog varsity girls tennis team defeated Geneva last night 8-0, improving their season record to 14-1 overall and 5-0 in the DuKane Conference.  The Bulldogs are coming off of their fourth weekend tournament title this past Saturday at the Jacobs Invite.  The Bulldogs have also won Invites at West Aurora, Pekin and St. Charles East and will look to continue their winning ways as they travel to the 16 team Bloomington Invite this weekend.  The Bulldogs will finish their conference dual meet season with matches against St. Charles East tomorrow at home and at St. Charles North on Monday.

Congratulations to the JV volleyball team on beating Wheaton Warrenville South for a conference win last night! 

September 28, 2021

Attention students:  Picture makeup is this Thursday, September 30th and last chance for all students including seniors to have their ID pictures taken.

Many of the most challenged books of the past year can be found in our LRC – such as Stamped:  Racism, Anti Racism, and You, All American Boys, Speak, The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, To Kill a Mockingbird, Of Mice and Men, The Bluest Eye, and The Hate U Give.  Go to bannedbooksweek.org for more information

Tomorrow the Youth and Government Club is meeting after school in room A101. There is still time for you to join and experience what it is like to write bills and be a member of Illinois’s House of Representatives. Email Mrs. Powers for more information.

Are you interested in learning about other languages and cultures?  Then come to the first meeting of the International Club tomorrow after school in room C101.

Tonight is the night that the  Batavia Boys’ Soccer Program will host Tri-City Night.  Tri-City Night is a special event where the four Tri-City Soccer Program get together for a good cause.  We will be raising money for cancer research in honor of Michael DePasquale (St. Charles North) mother, Tricia.  Match 1 starts at 5:00 p.m:  St. Charles East vs. St. Charles North and Match 2 starts at 7:00 p.m:  Batavia vs. Geneva.  T-shirts will be sold and donations will be taken.  Please come join us!

Eco Club Riddle:  “You bury me when I am alive, and dig me up when I die.  What am I?”  Answer:  a Plant! Support Eco Club’s PLANT SALE during all lunches this week.  Cost:  $3 – $5.  All proceeds will go towards building a beautiful water feature in the LRC Courtyard.

September 27, 2021

Attention students:  Picture makeup is this Thursday, September 30th and last chance for all students including seniors to have their ID pictures taken.

Banned Books Week (September 26-October 2, 2021) is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read. Typically held during the last week of September, it spotlights current and historical attempts to censor books in libraries and schools.  Stop by the LRC to check out our banned books display.

Do you enjoy trivia?  Do you like to be the first to answer a question about random facts?  Scholastic Bowl has officially started its season.  If you are interested in joining our team and competing at meets this year, please join us today at 2:45 in D103.  You can also talk to Ms. Pearlman or Ms. Ryterske if you have any questions.  

Would you like to learn about and advocate for women’s rights?  Join Girl Up.  There will be an informational meeting today after school in room D115.  Everyone is welcome and see Ms. Zalkus with any questions.

Tomorrow night, Batavia Boys’ Soccer Program will host Tri-City Night.  Tri-City Night is a special event where the four Tri-City Soccer Program get together for a good cause.  We will be raising money for cancer research in honor of Michael DePasquale (St. Charles North) mother, Tricia.  Match 1 starts at 5:00 p.m:  St. Charles East vs. St. Charles North and Match 2 starts at 7:00 p.m:  Batavia vs. Geneva.  T-shirts will be sold and donations will be taken.  Please come join us!

SNHS pond clean up is today after school.  Meet by the pond.

Congrats to the JV girls tennis team on winning the Ottawa Invite over the weekend. The girls placed first out of eight teams. Sophia Blankenship took sixth place at first singles and Emma Larson took first place at second singles.  The first doubles team of Ainsley Steinys and Addison Schaffer took second place, and the second doubles team of Riley Bainter and Natalie Warner took first place. 

Congratulations to the varsity girls swim team for winning first place in their home Wildcat Championship Invite.  The girls won first place in 10 out of 11 events.  Great job ladies.

September 24, 2021

Attention Seniors:  Do you need help with your college application?  Stop by room A101 during lunch today for assistance.  There is no need to sign up..  just show up during your lunch with your chromebook and your counselor will be available to answer your questions.   

Do you enjoy trivia?  Do you like to be the first to answer a question about random facts?  Scholastic Bowl has officially started its season.  If you are interested in joining our team and competing at meets this year, please join us this Monday at 2:45 in D103.  You can also talk to Ms. Pearlman or Ms. Ryterske if you have any questions.  

Interested in learning how to code, create websites, program games, and explore the vast world of computer science? Come to room D110 after school this Monday, September 27th for the Computer Science Club’s first informational meeting. No prior coding experience is necessary! Email Mr. Ozarka if you have any questions.

Would you like to learn about and advocate for women’s rights?  Join Girl Up.  There will be an informational meeting this Monday, September 27th after school in room D115.  Everyone is welcome and see Ms. Zalkus with any questions.

Next Tuesday, September 28, Batavia Boys’ Soccer Program will host Tri-City Night.  Tri-City Night is a special event where the four Tri-City Soccer Program get together for a good cause.  This night, we will be raising money for cancer research in honor of Michael DePasquale (St. Charles North) mother, Tricia.  Match 1 starts at 5:00 p.m:  St. Charles East vs. St. Charles North and Match 2 starts at 7:00 p.m:  Batavia vs. Geneva.  T-shirts will be sold and donations will be taken.  Please come join us!

September 23, 2021

Attention Dog Pound Members! Stop by A101 during your lunch today to pick up your dog pound shirts and lanyard. Wear your white shirt tomorrow night for our White Out theme at the homecoming game. We will be handing out dog pound shirts to everyone who registered and paid during all lunches today in A101. 

Tomorrow’s Homecoming Theme is Bulldog Spirit Day!

Attention Seniors:  Do you need help with your college application?  Stop by room A101 during lunch tomorrow for assistance.  There is no need to sign up..  just show up during your lunch with your chromebook and your counselor will be available to answer your questions.   

Do you enjoy trivia?  Do you like to be the first to answer a question about random facts?  Scholastic Bowl has officially started its season.  If you are interested in joining our team and competing at meets this year, please join us on Mondays at 2:45 in D103.  You can also talk to Ms. Pearlman or Ms. Ryterske if you have any questions.  

Interested in learning how to code, create websites, program games, and explore the vast world of computer science? Come to room D110 after school next Monday, September 27th for the Computer Science Club’s first informational meeting. No prior coding experience is necessary! Email Mr. Ozarka if you have any questions.

Would you like to learn about and advocate for women’s rights?  Join Girl Up.  There will be an informational meeting Monday, September 27th after school in room D115.  Everyone is welcome and see Ms. Zalkus with any questions.

There will be a yearbook club meeting after school today in room D101.

September 22, 2021

Tomorrow’s Homecoming Theme is Homecoming t-shirt day!   Homecoming t-shirts will be available for purchase today during lunches at the ticket booth by the athletic office.

Anime is one of the world’s most popular forms of entertainment & art.  If you like playing video games, watching anime and Japanese culture – this club is for you.  Anime Club will meet today after school in C-109.  New Members are Welcomed!  Contact Mrs. Faulhaber for more information.

Interested in learning how to code, create websites, program games, and explore the vast world of computer science? Come to room D110 after school next Monday, September 27th for the Computer Science Club’s first informational meeting. No prior coding experience is necessary! Email Mr. Ozarka if you have any questions.

Math team will meet today from 2:40-3:30 in C221.  If you are interested in learning more about our team, please join us.  Members of our math team have qualified for the state meet every year.  Hopefully you can be one of these students.

Congratulations to the JV soccer team for beating Glenbard North 2-1 yesterday with Brokk Olberg and Anthony Caporali scoring. Also congratulations to the Varsity soccer team for beating Glenbard North 3-0 last night with Josh Denault earning a brace, Mana Monarrez netting a goal and assist, and Ryan Kahley assisting twice putting the Bulldogs 2-0 in the conference.

Congratulations to the volleyball program on getting a program sweep last night!! All levels beat Glenbard North. Thanks to all who came out and supported! 

Congratulations to the JV and Varsity girls swim team for winning first place in every event in their tri meet against Elgin and Larkin.  Great job!

Congratulations to the JV girls golf team on taking 4th place overall in conference.  The was led by Danielle Domanus who took 10th and Mya Henderson who took 8th.  Nice job ladies.

Congratulations to the Varsity girls golf team on taking 6th place in conference yesterday.  They suffered a loss earlier this year and beat Geneva by 11 strokes.  Nice job ladies.

September 21, 2021

All students just received an email from Mrs. Buttels with a college/career google form. Teachers, please give the students a few minutes to complete this survey during 1st block today. The information collected will help us share upcoming events, scholarship and opportunities with students based on their college & career plans.

Tomorrow’s Homecoming Theme:  Freshmen – 1970’s, Sophomores – 1980’s, Juniors – 1990’s, Seniors – 2000’s.  Homecoming t-shirts will be available for purchase today and tomorrow during lunches at the ticket booth by the athletic office.

Anime is one of the world’s most popular forms of entertainment & art.  If you like playing video games, watching anime and Japanese culture – this club is for you.  Anime Club will meet tomorrow after school in C-109.  New Members are Welcomed!  Contact Mrs. Faulhaber for more information.

The National Mathematics Honor Society will have its first meeting tomorrow before school or after school. Please see your invitation email for all of the details. See Mr. Ozarka in room D110 or email Mr. Ozarka with any questions.

The volleyball teams take on Glenbard North tonight at home in a conference match for homecoming!! Matches start at 4:30 with Varsity starting at 5:30! Come out to support your Bulldogs! 

September 20, 2021

Tomorrow’s Homecoming Theme is Country or Country Club!

Science National Honor Society will have its first virtual meeting today after school or Tues, Sept. 21st before school.  Please see your invite letter for the google meet link.  See Mrs. Fabian in room D206 with questions.

Eco Club will meet today after school in C-109.  New Members are Welcomed!  Stop by check us out!  We are working on our Plant Sale & LRC Courtyard Ecosystem. Contact Mrs. Faulhaber for more information.

Anime is one of the world’s most popular forms of entertainment & art.  If you like playing video games, watching anime and Japanese culture – this club is for you.  Anime Club will meet Wednesday after school in C-109.  New Members are Welcomed!  Contact Mrs. Faulhaber for more information.

Congratulations to the JV girls tennis team on taking first place at the Belvidere Invite over the weekend. The girls went undefeated at the tournament with singles players Addi Lowe and Kathryn Danosky taking first place along with the doubles teams of Abby Arends and Emily Newburn, Nicci Wasmund and Juliana Soltis, and Ella Peterson and Ainsley Steinys. 

September 17, 2021

Next week is homecoming:  Monday’s theme is “Class Color Day!”  Freshmen color is orange, Sophomores are purple, Juniors are green, and seniors are blue.

Attention Seniors:  Do you need help with your college applications? Stop by room A101 during your lunch today for assistance. There is no need to sign up…just show up during your lunch with your Chromebook and your counselor will be available to answer your questions. See you today in room A101!

New this year, Batavia High School is hosting college representatives to visit with students on Fridays during 3rd block in the atrium. The colleges visiting BHS this today are: North Central College and Knox College! Students should talk with the college reps during their lunches to see if these colleges could be a good fit for them.

Tickets are still on sale for the BHS Fall Play, George Orwell’s Animal Farm!  Don’t miss this dark and disturbing classic. Performances are at 5:30pm tonight and tomorrow outside in the Courtyard of the Fine Arts Centre.  Want tickets? Go to the BFAC website.

Are you interested in a creative career?  Do you love the arts and want your future to include your creative interests?  Join the Future Creative Professionals club to learn more and work towards a future that uses your interests and skills!  Our first meeting will be on Monday, Sept. 20th in A123 Graphics.  Email Ms. Tieri Ton for more information!

Science National Honor Society will have its first virtual meeting this Monday, Sept. 20th after school or Tues, Sept. 21st before school.  Please see your invite letter for the google meet link.  See Mrs. Fabian in room D206 with questions.

Congratulations to the JV and Varsity girls swim team for winning 1st place in their three dual meets.  They were against West Aurora, Wheaton, and Bartlett.  Nice job ladies!

September 16, 2021

Attention Seniors:  Do you need help with your college applications? Stop by room A101 during your lunch tomorrow for assistance. There is no need to sign up…just show up during your lunch with your Chromebook and your counselor will be available to answer your questions. See you on Friday in room A101!

New this year, Batavia High School is hosting college representatives to visit with students on Fridays during 3rd block in the atrium. The colleges visiting BHS this tomorrow are: North Central College and Knox College! Students should talk with the college reps during their lunches to see if these colleges could be a good fit for them.

Tickets are still on sale for the BHS Fall Play, George Orwell’s Animal Farm!  Don’t miss this dark and disturbing classic. Performances are at 5:30pm today, tomorrow and Saturday outside in the Courtyard of the Fine Arts Centre.  Want tickets? Go to the BFAC website.

Are you interested in promoting equity and spreading diversity? Or are you looking for opportunities to become a more visible voice in preventing racism? If so, come join our new anti-racism/multicultural club at our first informational meeting tomorrow in room C122 after school. Please email Mrs. Jirsa or Mrs. Jackson-Schultz with any questions. 

Are you interested in a creative career?  Do you love the arts and want your future to include your creative interests?  Join the Future Creative Professionals club to learn more and work towards a future that uses your interests and skills!  Our first meeting will be on Monday, Sept. 20th in A123 Graphics.  Email Ms. Tieri Ton for more information!

Science National Honor Society will have its first virtual meeting this Monday, Sept. 20th after school orTues, Sept. 21st before school.  Please see your invite letter for the google meet link.  See Mrs. Fabian in room D206 with questions.

This Saturday at noon the boys soccer team will host West Aurora in the first annual Kyle Nicely game.  Come out and celebrate Kyle with us.

Congratulations to the girls varsity golf team on beating Glenbard North this past Monday.   Kylie Sloan, Lauren Sudler, Mandy Naylor, MacKenzie Matysik, Nicole McLaughlin, Bella Brooks, Brooke Miara and Holly Langdon paced the Dawgs!

September 15, 2021

Attention all students:  Homecoming tickets are on sale now!  The dance is Saturday, September 25 at 7:00 p.m.  Please see your email or the student council website for details.

Seniors, do you need help with your college applications? Stop by room A101 during your lunch this Friday for assistance. There is no need to sign up…just show up during your lunch with your Chromebook and your counselor will be available to answer your questions. See you on Friday in room A101!

The Math Team will hold its first meeting today in room C221 from 2:40-3:30.  If you are interested in learning more about our club and competitions for the year, please join us! If you are not able to attend, but are interested in learning more, please reach out to Mrs. Smith, Mr. Bartos, or Mr. Ozarka.

Make a difference……be heard…..shape tomorrow. Join the Youth and Government club this year for a unique opportunity to experience what it’s like to be a legislative or judicial member of the Illinois government.  Our first meeting is today after school in room A101. Contact Mrs. Powers in Counseling and Advising for more information.

Are you interested in promoting equity and spreading diversity? Or are you looking for opportunities to become a more visible voice in preventing racism? If so, come join our new anti-racism/multicultural club at our first informational meeting tomorrow in room C122 after school. Please email Mrs. Jirsa or Mrs. Jackson-Schultz with any questions. 

Interested in joining girls gymnastics? No experience needed! Come to our informational meeting tomorrow after school in the atrium! Get all the information you need! 

Are you interested in a creative career?  Do you love the arts and want your future to include your creative interests?  Join the Future Creative Professionals club to learn more and work towards a future that uses your interests and skills!  Our first meeting will be on Monday, Sept. 20th in A123 Graphics.  Email Ms. Tieri Ton for more information!

Congrats to the Varsity, Freshman A and Freshman B teams on their conference wins against Lake Park last night!!  Great job!

September 14, 2021

Attention all students:  Homecoming tickets are on sale now!  The dance is Saturday, September 25 at 7:00 p.m.  Please see your email or the student council website for details.

Want to see the BHS Fall Play?  As a student, you are entitled to one FREE ticket to the show.  BHS Drama’s production of George Orwell’s Animal Farm will play at the BFAC outside in the courtyard at 5:30pm from Sept 16th-18th.  Students may get their free ticket at lunch today.

The Math Team will hold its first meeting tomorrow in room C221 from 2:40-3:30.  If you are interested in learning more about our club and competitions for the year, please join us! If you are not able to attend, but are interested in learning more, please reach out to Mrs. Smith, Mr. Bartos, or Mr. Ozarka.

Interested in a career in healthcare?  Join the Future Medical Professionals Club!  We will be meeting today after school in D202.  Contact Ms. Gaba with any questions.

Make a difference……be heard…..shape tomorrow. Join the Youth and Government club this year for a unique opportunity to experience what it’s like to be a legislative or judicial member of the Illinois government.  Our first meeting is tomorrow at 2:45 in room A101. Contact Mrs. Powers in Counseling and Advising for more information.

Are you interested in promoting equity and spreading diversity? Or are you looking for opportunities to become a more visible voice in preventing racism? If so, come join our new anti-racism/multicultural club at our first informational meeting in room C122 on Thursday at 2:45. Please email Mrs. Jirsa or Mrs. Jackson-Schultz with any questions. 

Interested in joining girls gymnastics? No experience needed! Come to our informational meeting this Thursday, September 16th, at 2:45pm in the atrium! Get all the information you need! 

September 13, 2021

Want to see the BHS Fall Play?  As a student, you are entitled to one FREE ticket to the show.  BHS Drama’s production of George Orwell’s Animal Farm will play at the BFAC outside in the courtyard at 5:30pm from Sept 16th-18th.  Students may get their free ticket at lunch today and tomorrow

Interested in a career in healthcare?  Join the Future Medical Professionals Club!  We will be meeting tomorrow after school in D202.  Contact Ms. Gaba with any questions.

Make a difference……be heard…..shape tomorrow. Join the Youth and Government club this year for a unique opportunity to experience what it’s like to be a legislative or judicial member of the Illinois government.  Our first meeting is this Wednesday Sept. 15 at 2:45 in room A101. Contact Mrs. Powers in Counseling and Advising for more information.

Are you interested in promoting equity and spreading diversity? Or are you looking for opportunities to become a more visible voice in preventing racism? If so, come join our new anti-racism/multicultural club at our first informational meeting in room C122 on Thursday at 2:45. Please email Mrs. Jirsa or Mrs. Jackson-Schultz with any questions. 

Do you care about the environment?  Well we need your help!  Join Eco Club to learn more about conservation and participate in fun and creative projects in our community.  We need your help to build a water feature in the LRC Courtyard.  This will become a beautiful and self-sustaining ecosystem for students to enjoy.  Eco Club will meet TODAY after school in C-109. Contact Mrs. Faulhaber for more information.

Congrats to our girls swim team for taking first place at the Hinsdale Invite this past Saturday.

September 10, 2021

Please join us on Monday, September 13th at the flagpole on Main Street at 7:15 am for our September 11th commemorative ceremony.

Want to see the BHS Fall Play?  As a student, you are entitled to one FREE ticket to the show.  BHS Drama’s production of George Orwell’s Animal Farm will play at the BFAC outside in the courtyard at 5:30pm from Sept 16th-18th.  Students may get their free ticket at lunch this Monday, September 13th or Tuesday, September 14th.  

Are you interested in pursuing a career in Education? If so, then Educators Rising is the club for you.  Please come to our first meeting on Monday, September 13th in room C221 from 2:40-3:30.  We will discuss our calendar of events for the year.  Ice cream will be served.  

Interested in a career in healthcare?  Join the Future Medical Professionals Club!  We will be meeting on Tuesday, 9/14 after school in D202.  Contact Ms. Gaba with any questions.

Congratulations to the JV Golf team on sweeping St. Charles North and Glenbard North last night.  Low rounds were had by Brooke Besic, Mya Henderson, Emma Moran, and Danielle Domanns.  Nice job ladies!

 

September 9, 2021

Please join us on Monday, September 13th at the flagpole on Main Street at 7:15 am for our September 11th commemorative ceremony.

Interested in being part of the Yearbook Club?  We will have our first informational meeting today in the LRC immediately afterschool – it will be a 30 minute meeting. Please email Mrs. Fiegel if you have any questions.  

Interested in joining the girls gymnastics team? No experience necessary! Anyone interested should attend our informational meeting next Thursday September 16th right after school in A101.

Attention Seniors:  Are you passionate about social studies? Are you looking for opportunities to engage in the civic process and become an active participant in our democracy? The Rho Kappa Social Studies Honor Society will be holding an informational meeting tomorrow morning in C106. Contact Mr. Ray with any questions. 

Graphics Club starts tomorrow.  Graphics Club is open to all current and former graphics students, and meets every Friday until 3:30 in A123.  Check with Ms. Tieri Ton for more information and to join the Classroom page.

Are you interested in pursuing a career in Education? If so, then Educators Rising is the club for you.  Please come to our first meeting on Monday, September 13th in room C221 from 2:40-3:30.  We will discuss our calendar of events for the year.  Ice cream will be served.  

Additional Senior Yearbook Photo dates have been added. They are as follows:

Monday, Sept 27 – 8:00 am – 2:30 pm, Tuesday, Sept 28 – 7:30 am – 2:30 pm, Wednesday, Sept 29 – 3:00 pm – 8:00 pm, Thursday, Sept 30 – 3:00 pm – 8:00 pm, Wednesday, Nov 10 – 7:00 am – 3:00 pm.  Last chance for Senior Yearbook Pictures: Wednesday, January 13, 2022 – 7:00 am – 3:00 pm.

 All photo sessions will be in the BHS Atrium. Please watch your emails for scheduling information. You can visit  Root Studios at www.rootseniors.com for more information.

September 8, 2021

Interested in being part of the Yearbook Club?  We will have our first informational meeting this Thursday September 9th in the LRC immediately afterschool – it will be a 30 minute meeting. Please email Mrs. Fiegel if you have any questions.  

Interested in joining the girls gymnastics team? No experience necessary! Anyone interested should attend our informational meeting next Thursday September 16th right after school in A101.

Are you passionate about social studies? Are you looking for opportunities to engage in the civic process and become an active participant in our democracy? The Rho Kappa Social Studies Honor Society will be holding an informational meeting this Friday morning in C106. Contact Mr. Ray with any questions. 

Graphics Club starts this Friday Sept. 10th.  Graphics Club is open to all current and former graphics students, and meets every Friday until 3:30 in A123.  Check with Ms. Tieri Ton for more information and to join the Classroom page.

Are you interested in pursuing a career in Education? If so, then Educators Rising is the club for you.  Please come to our first meeting on Monday, September 13th in room C221 from 2:40-3:30.  We will discuss our calendar of events for the year.  Ice cream will be served.  

Additional Senior Yearbook Photo dates have been added. They are as follows:

Monday, Sept 27 – 8:00 am – 2:30 pm, Tuesday, Sept 28 – 7:30 am – 2:30 pm, Wednesday, Sept 29 – 3:00 pm – 8:00 pm, Thursday, Sept 30 – 3:00 pm – 8:00 pm, Wednesday, Nov 10 – 7:00 am – 3:00 pm.  Last chance for Senior Yearbook Pictures: Wednesday, January 13, 2022 – 7:00 am – 3:00 pm.

 All photo sessions will be in the BHS Atrium. Please watch your emails for scheduling information. You can visit  Root Studios at www.rootseniors.com for more information.

September 7, 2021

Key Club is hosting a coin drive to raise money to help out victims of Hurricane Ida. Bring your money to your first block class today and tomorrow. All the proceeds will go to the American Red Cross. If you have any questions contact Mrs. Heim or Molly Autenrieth.

Interested in being part of the Yearbook Club?  We will have our first informational meeting Thursday September 9th in the LRC immediately afterschool – it will be a 30 minute meeting. Please email Mrs. Fiegel if you have any questions.  

If you enjoy discussing and debating current issues, the Political Debate Club will hold a short informational meeting today after school in room C110.  Returning and interested new members are encouraged to attend.

Please join us for the first art club meeting today after in room D111.  Please contact Ms. Jensen with any questions.

Herff Jones will be in the Atrium tonight in the evening from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. with samples of class rings and letter jackets.  You can order your official class ring and custom letter jacket.  Bring your letters and numerals to order day.

Best Buddies is a club that promotes friendship and inclusion.  If you’re interested in learning more about Best Buddies and getting a feel for what we do please attend one of our meetings, after school today in room A101 or tomorrow at 7:10 am in room A101.

Video Club will meet today @2:40 in A131.  Come learn more about the fun projects we have planned for this year. 

Amnesty International will have a meeting today after school in C123. Write a letter, save a life! Contact Mr. Ray with any questions. 

Interested in joining the girls gymnastics team? No experience necessary! Anyone interested should attend our informational meeting next Thursday September 16th right after school in A101.

Congratulations to the boys soccer team for going 2-1 over the weekend at the Morton Tournament.  Ryan Kahley scored four goals to the Bulldogs over the weekend.  Come watch the Bulldogs tonight at home, JV at 5:00 pm and Varsity at 7:00 p.m.

September 2, 2021

Attention all students:  Are you missing a water bottle?   Check out the lost and found at the Main Street Reception area.  All found water bottles will be tossed at the end of the day.

Key Club is hosting a coin drive to raise money to help out victims of Hurricane Ida. Bring your money to your first block class today through September 8. All the proceeds will go to the American Red Cross. If you have any questions contact Mrs. Heim or Molly Autenrieth.

If you enjoy discussing and debating current issues, Political Debate Club will hold a short informational meeting on Tuesday, September 7th, in room C110, after school.  Returning and interested new members are encouraged to attend.

Are you interested in joining the National Art Society but missed last spring’s induction?  Email Ms. Zalkus or stop by room D115 to learn how to join this fall.  Applications are due by September 10th.

Please join us for the first art club meeting on Tuesday, September 7th from 2:45-3:15 in room D111.  Please contact Ms. Jensen with any questions.

Herff Jones will be in the Atrium next Tuesday, September 7th in the evening from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. with samples of class rings and letter jackets.  You can order your official class ring and custom letter jacket.  Bring your letters and numerals to order day.

Best Buddies is a club that promotes friendship and inclusion.  If you’re interested in learning more about Best Buddies and getting a feel for what we do please attend one of our meetings on September 7th at 2:45 in room A101 or September 8th at 7:10 am in room A101.

The Video Club will begin meeting on September 7th @ 2:40.  Whether you’ve been filming and editing for years, for just a little bit, or if you want to learn, we’ve got something for you. Come to A131 next Tuesday to learn more about the projects we have planned for this year. 

Congrats to the Varsity and Freshman A volleyball teams on their wins against Wheaton Academy last night! The Sophs and Frosh B played great, hard fought matches that both went to 3! Great job ladies!

Congratulations to the JV and Varsity girls swim team for winning 1st place against York Community High School.  Nice job!

September 1, 2021

Key Club is hosting a coin drive to raise money to help out victims of Hurricane Ida. Bring your money to your first block class starting today through September 8. All the proceeds will go to the American Red Cross. If you have any questions contact Mrs. Heim or Molly Autenrieth.

Join us tomorrow during Late Start for our first Books and Bagels Book Club.  We will discuss books, have breakfast, decide future activities and events, and help make library decisions.  Everyone is welcome.

Are you interested in joining the National Art Society but missed last spring’s induction?  Email Ms. Zalkus or stop by room D115 to learn how to join this fall.  Applications are due by September 10th.

Attention girls:  Are you competitive?  Are you a hard worker?  Are you intrigued by combat sports?  Girls wrestling is officially an IHSA sport this year.  Last year Batavia girls wrestling team won its first ever unofficial Team State Championship.  There is an informational meeting for girls only in room C119 today at 2:45 p.m.  No previous experience is necessary.  See Coack Bayer with questions or if you’re unable to attend.

Do you enjoy volunteering? Are you interested in tutoring students at our elementary schools? Do you want to get more involved in activities here at BHS that also help the community? Come to our Interact kick off meeting today after school in room B125. We will review expectations for the school year and enjoy refreshments to kick start the school year! If you have any questions, email Miss Savitski. 

Come check out what the psychology club is all about at our 10 minute informational meeting tomorrow.  We will meet in room C117 after school and everyone is welcome. 

Please join us for the first art club meeting on Tuesday, September 7th from 2:45-3:15 in room D111.  Please contact Ms. Jensen with any questions.

Herff Jones will be in the Atrium next Tuesday, September 7th in the evening from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. with samples of class rings and letter jackets.  You can order your official class ring and custom letter jacket.  Bring your letters and numerals to order day.

Best Buddies is a club that promotes friendship and inclusion.  If you’re interested in learning more about Best Buddies and getting a feel for what we do please attend one of our meeting on September 7th at 2:45 in room A101 or September 8th at 7:10 am in room A101.

The Video Club will begin meeting on September 7th @ 2:40.  Whether you’ve been filming and editing for years, for just a little bit, or if you want to learn, we’ve got something for you. Come to A131 next Tuesday to learn more about the projects we have planned for this year. 

Congratulations to the Freshman A volleyball team for beating Neuqua Valley for the first time in program history!! Great job ladies! And a big thank you to everyone who came out to support last night! Our next home match is next Tuesday against Wheaton North. 

August 31, 2021

Attention all students:  Please pick up your student ID during lunches or after school today in the ticket booth.

Join us this Thursday, during late start for our first Books and Bagels Book Club.  We will discuss books, have breakfast, decide future activities and events, and help make library decisions.  Everyone is welcome.

Are you interested in joining the National Art Society but missed last spring’s induction?  Email Ms. Zalkus or stop by room D115 to learn how to join this fall.  Applications are due by September 10th.

Attention girls:  Are you competitive?  Are you a hard worker?  Are you intrigued by combat sports?  Girls wrestling is officially an IHSA sport this year.  Last year Batavia girls wrestling team won its first ever unofficial Team State Championship.  There is an informational meeting for girls only in room C119 tomorrow at 2:45 p.m.  No previous experience is necessary.  See Coack Bayer with questions or if you’re unable to attend.

Do you enjoy volunteering? Are you interested in tutoring students at our elementary schools? Do you want to get more involved in activities here at BHS that also help the community? Come to our Interact kick off meeting tomorrow after school in room B125. We will review expectations for the school year and enjoy refreshments to kick start the school year! If you have any questions, email Miss Savitski. 

BHS Yoga Club is starting! Our first meeting is tomorrow before school.  All members MUST be in the Yoga Club Google Classroom.  Please email Mrs. Heidecke to join.

Come check out what the psychology club is all about at our 10 minute informational meeting this Thursday, September 2nd.  We will meet in room C117 after school and everyone is welcome. 

Interested in a career in healthcare?  Join Future Medical Professionals Club.  We will have a brief informational meeting today after school in D202.  See Ms. Gaba with any questions.

Co-op needs your cans and bottles at lunch.  During A & B lunch, please leave your empties on your table and we will pick them up.

August 30, 2021

Do you enjoy volunteering? Are you interested in tutoring students at our elementary schools? Do you want to get more involved in activities here at BHS that also help the community? Come to our Interact kick off meeting this Wednesday, September 1st after school in B125. We will review expectations for the school year and enjoy refreshments to kick start the school year! If you have any questions, email Miss Savitski. 

BHS Yoga Club is starting! Our first meeting is Wednesday, September 1st before school.  All members MUST be in the Yoga Club Google Classroom.  Please email Mrs. Heidecke to join.

Do you want to affect change locally and globally? Are you passionate about fighting for social justice and giving a voice to the voiceless? Come to room C123 after school tomorrow for the first meeting of Amnesty International and use your voice to tackle human rights issues. Contact Mr. Ray with any questions. 

Pride Alliance provides a space for LGBTQ+ students and allies to gather, organize, learn and impact the BHS community for positive change.  Come find out more and support all things Pride at our first meeting tomorrow in room A123 until 3:30.   See Ms. Tieri Ton for more information.

The Spectator, Batavia’s school newspaper, will have its first meeting immediately after school tomorrow in C120. If you are interested in writing, photography, or editing, please plan on attending. All are welcome. Any questions? Please email troy.murray@bps101.net.

Come check out what the psychology club is all about at our 10 minute informational meeting this Thursday, September 2nd.  We will meet in room C117 after school and everyone is welcome. 

Interested in a career in healthcare?  Join Future Medical Professionals Club.  We will have a brief informational meeting tomorrow after school in D202.  See Ms. Gaba with any questions.

Congratulations to the JV girls tennis team on their victories at the West Aurora Quad over the weekend. The girls were undefeated for the day, beating Mother McAuley, Downers Grove North, and West Aurora. The JV team is now 6-1 on the season.

August 27, 2021

Attention all students:   This is a reminder that the attendance office is now located at Wilson Street.

BHS Yoga Club is starting! Our first meeting is Wednesday, September 1st before school.  All members MUST be in the Yoga Club Google Classroom.  Please email Mrs. Heidecke to join.

Do you want to affect change locally and globally? Are you passionate about fighting for social justice and giving a voice to the voiceless? Come to room C123 after school on Tuesday, August 31st for the first meeting of Amnesty International and use your voice to tackle human rights issues. Contact Mr. Ray with any questions. 

All male and female student athletes not currently participating in a fall sport are invited to attend a boys and girls wrestling team meeting in room C119 today after school. Contact Coach Bayer or Coach Farwell if you can not attend.

Pride Alliance provides a space for LGBTQ+ students and allies to gather, organize, learn and impact the BHS community for positive change.  Come find out more and support all things Pride at our first meeting this Tuesday, August 31st in room A123 until 3:30.   See Ms. Tieri Ton for more information.

Congratulations to the JV and varsity girls swim team for winning against South Elgin last night.   Nice job ladies!

August 26, 2021

Movie Night on the Turf is TONIGHT!! ALL students are welcome to join in watching Grown-Ups. The movie will begin at 8:00pm and check-in will be at 7:30 at the southeast gate. Bring a blanket and your friends to celebrate the beginning of the year!

Attention all students:   This is a reminder that the attendance office is now located at Wilson Street.

Do you want to affect change locally and globally? Are you passionate about fighting for social justice and giving a voice to the voiceless? Come to room C123 after school on Tuesday, August 31st for the first meeting of Amnesty International and use your voice to tackle human rights issues. Contact Mr. Ray with any questions. 

All male and female student athletes not currently participating in a fall sport are invited to attend a boys and girls wrestling team meeting in room C119 tomorrow after school. Contact Coach Bayer or Coach Farwell if you can not attend.

There is an informational meeting after school today in room C200 for Games Club.  See Mr. Tanka with any questions.

If you enjoy fishing you should join the fishing team!  The fishing team competes in tournaments during the fall and spring semesters.  If you would like to learn more about the fishing team, come to the short meeting today in room D204 after school.

Ultimate Frisbee Club will be holding an informational meeting today after school in room C206. Ultimate Frisbee is an up and coming sport that is exciting, fast-paced, and fun! Come to the meeting to find out more. All are welcome! Please contact Mr. Marzullo if you have any questions.

Pride Alliance provides a space for LGBTQ+ students and allies to gather, organize, learn and impact the BHS community for positive change.  Come find out more and support all things Pride at our first meeting next Tuesday, August 31st in room A123 until 3:30.   See Ms. Tieri Ton for more information.

Congratulations to the JV and Varsity girls swim team for winning first place this past Tuesday at the West Chicago meet.  Great job ladies!

August 25, 2021

It’s not too late to join the 2021-2022 Dog Pound. The registration link was sent out to your BPS email. Make sure to register and pay by today to secure your spot in the student section! Members get a lanyard, ID card, and 4 shirts to represent the Dog Pound. Follow us on twitter and Instagram for more information! 

All male and female student athletes not currently participating in a fall sport are invited to attend a boys and girls wrestling team meeting in room C119 this Friday at 2:45.  Contact Coach Bayer or Coach Farwell if you can not attend.

The Games Club will have an informational meeting tomorrow in room C200 after school.  See Mr. Tanka with any questions.

If you enjoy fishing you should join the fishing team!  The fishing team competes in tournaments during the fall and spring semesters.  If you would like to learn more about the fishing team, come to the short meeting tomorrow in room D204 after school.

Ultimate Frisbee Club will be holding an informational meeting tomorrow after school in room C206. Ultimate Frisbee is an up and coming sport that is exciting, fast-paced, and fun! Come to the meeting to find out more. All are welcome! Please contact Mr. Marzullo if you have any questions.

Do you like Japanese animation? Check out Anime Club!  We are looking for students that like to discuss their favorite shows, what they love about anime and Japanese culture.  Join us at our first meeting today after school in room C-109.  All are welcome!  For more information contact Mrs. Faulhaber.

Co-op class is collecting cans and plastic bottles for a fundraiser for Anderson Animal Shelter.  Please leave your empty can and bottles on your lunch table during A & B lunches and co-op will come and pick them up.

Congrats to the Varsity, JV, and Sophomore volleyball teams on their wins against West Aurora last night! Thanks to all who came out and supported us in our first home match of the season! The next home match will be next Tuesday. Go Bulldogs!

 

August 24, 2021

It’s not too late to join the 2021-2022 Dog Pound. The registration link was sent out to your BPS email. Make sure to register and pay by tomorrow to secure your spot in the student section! Members get a lanyard, ID card, and 4 shirts to represent the Dog Pound. Follow us on twitter and Instagram for more information! 

Picture makeup is this Thursday, August 26th from 7-2 for all students including seniors to have their ID pictures taken

Batavia Chess Club will have an informational meeting today after school in room C200.  See Mr. Tanka with any questions.

Games Club will have an informational meeting this Thursday in room C200 after school.  See Mr. Tanka with any questions.

If you enjoy fishing you should join the fishing team!  The fishing team competes in tournaments during the fall and spring semesters.  If you would like to learn more about the fishing team, come to the short meeting this Thursday in room D204 after school.

Ultimate Frisbee Club will be holding an informational meeting this Thursday after school in room C206. Ultimate Frisbee is an up and coming sport that is exciting, fast-paced, and fun! Come to the meeting to find out more. All are welcome! Please contact Mr. Marzullo if you have any questions.

Would you like to learn more about the Yearbook Club?  There will be an informational meeting this Thursday in the LRC after school.  See Mrs. Fiegel with any questions.

Best Buddies is a club that prioritizes friendships, provides opportunities for all students to socialize in a safe environment and promotes awareness for individuals with special needs.  If you are interested in getting to know more about Best Buddies, hang out with us today after school across the street from BHS at Engstrom Park from 2:45 – 3:15. There will be ice cream and games!  Email Mrs. McEwen or Mrs. Healy for more details.  

Do you like Japanese animation? Check out Anime Club!  We are looking for students that like to discuss their favorite shows, what they love about anime and Japanese culture.  Join us at our first meeting tomorrow at 2:40pm in room C-109.  All are welcome!  For more information contact Mrs. Faulhaber.

Congratulations to the Frosh A, B and Sophomore Volleyball teams on all getting their first wins last night in the Batavia Quad Tournament! Your Bulldog Volleyball teams are home tonight against West Aurora at 4:30 and 5:30! Good luck ladies! 

August 23, 2021

It’s not too late to join the 2021-2022 Dog Pound. The registration link was sent out to your BPS email. Make sure to register and pay by this Wednesday, August 25th to secure your spot in the student section! Members get a lanyard, ID card, and 4 shirts to represent the Dog Pound. Follow us on twitter and Instagram for more information! 

Attention students:  If you have not picked up your 2021 yearbook please go to the Main Office.  If you did not order one, you can still pick one up for $40 (cash or check).

Picture makeup is this Thursday, August 26th from 7-2 for all students including seniors to have their ID pictures taken

Batavia Chess Club will have an informational meeting tomorrow after school in room C200.  See Mr. Tanka with any questions.

Key Club is back!  Key Club is an organization where students are provided volunteer opportunities.  We meet Tuesday morning at 7:15 in room A101 and Thursday after school in room A101. Come to either meeting and everyone is welcome.

Best Buddies is a club that prioritizes friendships, provides opportunities for all students to socialize in a safe environment and promotes awareness for individuals with special needs.  If you are interested in getting to know more about Best Buddies, hang out with us tomorrow after school across the street from BHS at Engstrom Park from 2:45 – 3:15. There will be ice cream and games!  Email Mrs. McEwen or Mrs. Healy for more details.  

Do you care about the environment?  If so, join Eco Club to learn more about conservation and participate in fun and creative projects in our community.  We need your help to build a water feature in the LRC Courtyard.  This will become a beautiful and self-sustaining Eco System for students to enjoy.  Eco Club will meet today in room C109.  For more information contact Mrs. Faulhaber and everyone is welcome.

Do you like Japanese animation? Check out Anime Club!  We are looking for students that like to discuss their favorite shows, what they love about anime and Japanese culture.  Join us at our first meeting on Wednesday August 25 at 2:40pm in room C-109.  All are welcome!  For more information contact Mrs. Faulhaber.

August 20, 2021

Hey Seniors!  This Monday, August 23rd, NHS is hosting a senior sunrise event!  There will be donuts for breakfast, we get to wear our pajamas, and there will be photo opportunities.  Be at the field at 5:50 AM with a blanket and chair to watch the sunrise and kick off our senior year together.  Be on the lookout for an email from Ms. Fricke with the details.

Key Club is back!  Key Club is an organization where students are provided volunteer opportunities.  We meet Tuesday morning at 7:15 in room A101 and Thursday after school in room A101. Come to either meeting and everyone is welcome.

Interested in joining the fishing team?  We will have an informational meeting about the fishing team in room D204 after school on Thursday, August 26th.  If you are currently involved in a fall sport but would like to learn more about the fishing team contact Coach Drendel via email.

Do you care about the environment?  Well we need your help!  Join Eco Club to learn more about conservation and participate in fun and creative projects in our community.  We need your help to build a water feature in the LRC Courtyard.  This will become a beautiful and self-sustaining Eco System for students to enjoy.  Eco Club will meet Monday, August 23rd in C-109.  For more information contact Mrs. Faulhaber and everyone is welcome.

Batavia Chess Club will have an informational meeting this Monday, August 23rd after school in room C200.  See Mr. Tanka with any questions.

Congratulations to the Varsity Girls Golf Team on taking 4th place out of 14 at the Huntley Invite yesterday.  Scores from Lauren Sudler, Brooke Miara, and Kylie Sloan all counted for the dogs.   Huge congratulations to Mandy Naylor for shooting a personal best and taking 8th overall.  Nice job ladies.

August 19, 2021

Hey Seniors!  This Monday, August 23rd, NHS is hosting a senior sunrise event!  There will be donuts for breakfast, we get to wear our pajamas, and there will be photo opportunities.  Be at the field at 5:50 AM with a blanket and chair to watch the sunrise and kick off our senior year together.  Be on the lookout for an email from Ms. Fricke with the details.

Interested in joining the fishing team?  We will have an informational meeting about the fishing team in room D204 after school on Thursday, August 26th.  If you are currently involved in a fall sport but would like to learn more about the fishing team contact Coach Drendel via email.

Congratulations to the JV Girls golf team on beating Huntley High School this past Tuesday.  Low scores were had by Brooke Besic, Mya Hendersen, Danielle Domanus, and Nora Steiner.  Congratulations ladies on a great victory.

Congratulations to the boys golf team for finishing 5th out of 21 teams at the Bloomington Invite.  The team was led by Gavin Newkirk who shot a tournament record 6 under par 66 and was the individual champion.  Other counting scores were shot by Brady Krol, Myles Prodoehl, Drew Freelund, and Tanner Gawlik.   

August 18, 2021

Attention all students:  This is a reminder that tomorrow is our 1st late start Thursday.

Attention all students:  Picture makeup is Thursday, August 26 from 7-2 for all students including seniors to have their ID pictures taken.

The Attendance Office is now located at Wilson Street. The old attendance office will now be Detective Gosche’s office.

Interested in acting, playing, musicals or tech?  Come to the Drama Program meeting after school today at 2:45 in the Batavia Fine Arts Centre to learn more about how to get involved in the theatre this year at BHS.  Everyone is welcome.