Kayla Kroeger

About Me

Kayla Kroeger is a senior at Teutopolis High School. She is a member of the varsity girls’ volleyball team, playing as a middle hitter, and is also on the Topspin Volleyball Club team. She is in Varsity Club and National Honors Society. Away from school, Kayla works at the Keller Convention Center and babysits. She is proud to have experienced the March for Life in Washington, D.C., and she volunteers at Catholic HEART Work Camp. Kayla is excited about the opportunity to visit various businesses in Effingham County because she thinks there is so much more our county has to offer than most people understand.

“During my time in CEO, I want to improve my communication skills and learn to interact with people in a confident manner. In speaking with CEO alums, it seems this is one of the special lessons they’ve taken from the class. Skills such as this will surely help me throughout my life.”

About My Business

Kayla Kroeger’s crafting and sewing projects have inspired her to start Kayla’s Krafts. Kayla has created lighted burlap bags and slogan boards that add a simple and unique decorative touch to homes and businesses. The bags and boards are personalized with initials, inspirational sayings, and local sports team logos. Kayla’s Krafts’ eye-catching home decorations tell personal stories and provide a warm, cozy feeling to any interior. Place your orders via email at kaylak_22@live.com. About her year in CEO: “I have never taken a class so different... no books, no tests, just real-life situations.” After high school graduation, Kayla is off to college, pursuing a degree in exercise science, while playing volleyball.