Crystal Lake Central High School Class of 2022
Class of 2022
  • Crystal Lake Central High School's football team runs on to the field before a home game Sept. 17.

    Crystal Lake Central High School's football team runs on to the field before a home game Sept. 17. File Photo

  • Crystal Lake Central senior Dillon Carlson, right, battles with Benjamin Shvartsman in the 160-pound championship bout of the state wrestling finals.

      Crystal Lake Central senior Dillon Carlson, right, battles with Benjamin Shvartsman in the 160-pound championship bout of the state wrestling finals. John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • Assistant coach Alexa Kritikos, left, and head coach Elizabeth Lamb, right, are pictured with the state champion Crystal Lake Central varsity cheer team.

    Assistant coach Alexa Kritikos, left, and head coach Elizabeth Lamb, right, are pictured with the state champion Crystal Lake Central varsity cheer team. Courtesy of Crystal Lake Central

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      Crystal Lake Central High School Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

  • A 2022 graduation sign for a Crystal Lake Central High School student.

      A 2022 graduation sign for a Crystal Lake Central High School student. Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

 
Updated 6/20/2022 9:42 AM

Graduates in Class of 2022: 419

Graduation ceremony: Saturday, May 14, in Crystal Lake Central Fieldhouse

 

Highest honors graduates: Ida Alt, Tara Arghavani Badrabad, Thyler Arif Cruz, Kalista Augoustatos, Marisa Avila, Adam Bengtson, Jack Boulden, Kaela Brickey, Elijah Burleson, Alexandra Carbajal, Daniel Castellanos, Izma Casubhoy, Joshua Coe, Allison Crofoot, Grace Cullian, Hanna Denlinger, Maggie Deredowski, Ronan Duran, Kaitlyn Ellison, Brynn Fialek, Will Foster, Adam Frankowski, Jacob Furst, Mary Gallagher, Katherine Garton, Skylar Gladson, Sabrina Godinho Dos Santos, Claire Goehring, Ana Gomez, Ethan Greenlea Jarr, Emma Grindstaff, Daniel Hamill, Isabella Hammers, Charles Handley, Kaila Haste, Mitchell Helm, Jennifer Hinojosa, River Hudon, Benjamin Irwin, Andrew Johnson, Paige Keller, Amelia Klebba, Alannah Kolze, Caelia Kolze, Emma Kropke, Samuel Leon, Ella Levin, Kiera Majzner, Amber Marthaler, Theodore Matik, Lucy Metz, Andrea Monarrez, Joseph Moore, Avery Munn, Brennan Nacpil, Brecken Noennig, Magdalene Noftz, Yasmin Palencia, Hannah Petersen, Angel Phan, Natalia Piekunko, Matthew Pinion, Megan Rapisarda, Nathan Raupp, Nicole Rendon, Teagan Rett, Anika Richard, Rylee Russmann, Nathan Ryan, Joseph Scaravalle, Courtney Schober, Jaiden Schraut, Reese Schurter, Stephanie Soto Morales, Alexa Steinberg, Austin Steinberg, Kaitlyn Steinberg, Kaelyn Striedl, Isabelle Szela, McKenna Timmerman, Nicole Valdez, Sophia Vega, Gerardo Villasenor, Natalie Virgil, Molly Vittetoe, Philomena Wallin, Gavin Wang, Brittany Wydra, Shimin Yunker, Kacper Zajkowski.

Graduation Speakers: Isabella Evans, Austin Steinberg, Samuel Leon, Izma Casubhoy.

Academic achievements:

• Lucy Metz, 2022 IHSA All-State Academic Team

• Academic Challenge, Math Team, Science Olympiad went to state competitions

Athletic achievements:

• Dance, Swim Co-Op, Boys Golf, Boys Cross Country, Special Olympics Basketball qualified for state competitions

• Varsity Cheer State Champions

• Dillon Carlson, 2nd place State Wrestling

Theater productions:

• "Noises Off"

• "James and the Giant Peach"

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• "42nd Street" (musical)

Principal's reflections on the Class of 2022: When we started this year, I asked our staff to help this graduating class to create something that will last forever. This class deserved the memories that most of us cherish when looking back on our high school years. As always, I knew we could count on our staff to do this, but we were going to need great leaders in our senior class to lead our underclassmen, who have never been in our building for a full school year. We needed a senior class that could remember, re-establish, and reinvent what it means to be a Central Tiger so that we could all continue to create something that lasts forever. 276 days later, it's clear that all of our seniors were indeed that class -- the class we needed -- the right class, for the right time.

-- Principal Eric Ernd

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