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Homecoming

Homecoming is the tradition of welcoming back former students and members and celebrating an organization's existence. It is a tradition in many high schools, colleges, and churches in the United States and Canada.

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The fun you can have at dances with your friends.

This was my homecoming group last year. I am the one who is in blue. When me and my date showed up for pictures and saw that all the girls were dressed in pink we all laughed for 5 minutes. I have great friends and this was a great experience.

Contributed by Rachel Elise Coleman

Homecoming/Zombicon!

Every year near Halloween, my town puts on an event called "Zombicon" where residents dress up as zombies and walk around downtown. This year, however, Zombicon fell on the day of my homecoming My sister dressed as a zombie and I dressed up for homecoming so we took this once-in-a-lifetime photo!

Contributed by Kendra Crews

Perfect night

Sharing a funny moment with an amazing girl on a perfect homecoming night.

Contributed by Justin Escajeda

KOTD

Dance Uniforms under our homecoming royalty dresses. #FridayNightLights

Contributed by Halie Lane

Homecoming Tips

Contributed by Lorena Gan

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