Lake Zurich High School Student Media

Bear Facts

Lake Zurich High School Student Media

Bear Facts

Lake Zurich High School Student Media

Bear Facts

Kaitlin Geisler

Kaitlin Geisler, Social Media Manager

Kaitlin Geisler is one of four seniors on the staff this year. It is her fourth and final year in the Bear Facts program, and her third year in the Social Media Manager position. She is very excited to finally be a senior and is looking forward to all the opportunities college will bring. When there, she plans to major in journalism and join the newspaper there as well. Kaitlin plays high school soccer and is involved in NHS, Yearbook, and Spanish Club. When she isn’t playing soccer or doing school things, she loves to spend time with her friends and family. Kaitlin also loves photography and going to new places when she can.

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Seven members of the boys cross country team (pictured at the starting line) and two members from the girls team competed in the NXR race last month. The boys placed 5th for the Midwest; junior Brooke Johnston placed 8th individually.

XC takes on NXR

December 17, 2021
Dana Petraglia, guidance administrative assistant, took a leave of absence from her job to support her son when he was diagnosed with leukemia in 2003. He is now 29 and has moved on to live his life after beating the cancer.

Our lives, our fight

December 17, 2021
With last years sports all looking very different from previous years, athletes had a lot to adjust to. While this year has led to slightly lessened restrictions, teams such as girls volleyball still need their masks while playing.

A new year with new hopes

September 24, 2021
The girls swim teams season recently came to a close. The girls still managed to have a good season, having Olivia Dorhorst, junior, and Clara Krogman, sophomore, place at Sectionals.

A waterful season

November 10, 2020
When needing an escape, most people turn to something they love. Hockey is Ben Lukasiks, senior, passion and he finds comfort in his team.

A heart for hockey

November 4, 2020
Tied up in caution tape: overprotective parenting causes students to feel restricted.

Bound by distrust

December 13, 2019
Maya Wiley, senior, smiles with one of the kids from Africa, after playing soccer. Wiley not only played with the kids, but she also helped improve their schools.

Outside the routine

September 17, 2019
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