Children’s classic play to take the stage at LP

Alexis Abbott & Sophie Rimer, Contributing Writers

October 4, 2019

This year, Lake Park's Children’s Play is an adaptation of the classic children’s book, Miss Nelson is Missing by Harry Allard and James Marshall.  Miss Nelson is the nicest teacher in the whole school, but she just ...

Improvedy show makes triumphant return to Lake Park

Seth Caines, Perspective Editor

November 16, 2018

Every year, the Lake Park High School Theatre Department has a night of Improvedy, a fundraiser hosted by Lake Park thespians in which they host a series of improv shows and comedy skits. Tonight’s performance is at the Dice...

Cross Country team keeps up determination with its last weeks

Seth Caines, Perspective Editor

October 16, 2018

The 2018 Cross Country season has gone tremendously well thus far. Through the tremendous coaching and the determination of the athletes, the cross country team has led victory run after victory run. The team has seen many PR...

PPS hosts counseling, outreach for community parents over school issues

Grace Biernacki, Staff Writer

October 17, 2017

High school is a stressful yet exciting time for not only students but for parents as well. It’s the last couple years before the majority of teens are sent off to college, sometimes hundreds of miles away from home. That tho...

Girl’s tennis win at Glenbard East shows strong start to season

Seth Caines, Staff Writer

September 22, 2017

The girls tennis team at Lake Park High School has had a tremendous season so far this year. Score wise the team has done well this season. In the eyes of the coaches and the athletes, the athletes have been doing exceptio...

Lancers raise money through Powder Puff game for cancer research

Seth Caines, Staff Writer

September 22, 2017

“I didn’t only come out to see my friends play. I also came because my great grandmother had breast cancer and her life was greatly affected by that. I like to support foundations that can help people like my great grandmother because I know how much it would’ve meant to my great grandmother to have the money to help with a search for a cure for her cancer.” --junior Ashley Borgman.

Collection drive for veterans draws support

Isabella Vitacco, Staff Writer

May 11, 2017

Throughout the week of April 24-28, the students at Lake Park collected donations from canned food to baby wipes for the Veteran Service Organization Drive. The project was a way for students to support American soldiers by donatin...

Literary magazine and school yearbook combine forces into one publication

Claudia Sandine, Staff Editor

September 13, 2016

Creative writing fans and nostalgia buffs will soon have a dream come true: all their teenaged pathos in one issue. This year Lake Park will be merging the yearbook Lance with the literary magazine Montage into one single publ...