Gadsden County High School roared to life as students, faculty, and the entire community embraced the spirit of adventure during this year’s homecoming.
Under the “Survivor: Outwit, Outplay, Outlast!” participants came together to create a memorable and competitive celebration.
During the first day of spirit week, students, faculty and staff were donned in pink, dazzling outfits for “Barbie Day”.
On Tuesday, students dressed as their favorite celebrity, and some even partook in a talent show during lunch as their fellow schoolmates cheered them on.
The enthusiasm was at an all-time high on Wednesday as many dressed in camouflage for “Trail Ride Day” as students wore camouflage and participated in a scavenger hunt and trail rides.
A pep rally was held on Thursday. Students wore school t-shirts, and face paint.
One of the highlights of the week was the traditional homecoming parade, which took place on Friday. Colorful floats, spirited marching bands, and creatively decorated cars made their down Washington Street in Quincy, showcasing the community’s support for the school.
Hundreds of people showed up in support.
Friday night brought the much-anticipated homecoming football game, where the Gadsden County High School Jaguars faced off against the Jefferson County Tigers.
In a landslide victory, the Jaguars beat the Tigers 55-0.
The week ended with a Beyoncé Renaissance-themed dance homecoming dance on Saturday evening.
The 2023-2024 Royal Court is as follows:
Erin Hill – Gadsden County News Service