This year's Homecoming brought in a breeze of change as it was accompanied by the a pep rally and Homecoming Dance. The Homecoming representatives for the 2022-2023 school year are as follows: Representing the arts, Music, and Yearbook is Tessa Fry. Tessa was escorted by Will Saner . The National Honor Society representative for the court is Frances Fitzgerald; escorting Ms. Fitzgerald was Brayden Ehrenzeller. Aliza Rivera represented HOSA/FFA at Homecoming. Aliza was escorted by Wesley Woodward. This year's representative for Student Council, SADD, and Key club was Chloe Beckenbaugh. Chloe was escorted by Louden Sheaffer. Victory Frantz, the representative for Varsity J, appeared at homecoming alongside her escort, John Peck. Last, but certainly not least, is Autumn Graybill, the Senior Class's Homecoming representative. Autumn was escorted by Gavin Boreman.

After the traditional announcing of the Homecoming courts and their respective entrances, the excitement began. Each nominee went to the table and picked up a box containing either a red rose or a white rose; however, they had no idea what color the box contained. As done in the past years, whichever nominee got the white rose became the new reigning queen. 

As the ladies opened up their boxes, the winner was determined.  Aliza Rivera (representing HOSA), found  herself with the white rose in her hands. Usually the past queen crowns the new queen, however Valorie Fisher (last year's Homecoming Queen) couldn’t be present. Congratulations to Aliza for being crowned the new queen!

Pep Rally 

Game Time!

The Court