Hoorahs for Homecoming: CHS to Elect New Homecoming Queen
Updated: Oct 1, 2021
At CHS, seniors nominated students for this year’s Homecoming Court.
Despite there being no homecoming dance last year, Columbus High School did have a homecoming court, and the Homecoming Court nominees were celebrated at the Homecoming Game.
The Homecoming game is a tradition at most American high schools as a way to welcome back alumni and community members.
At Columbus High School, there is an annual tradition of a Mother-Daughter breakfast for the nominees at St. Paul United Methodist Church. The breakfast is a bonding experience for the court and a way to celebrate their nomination.
With this year’s Homecoming Block Party and Dance, Seniors will be able to enjoy a more normal homecoming court experience.
There are 12 nominees, chosen through voting, and all are honored at the Homecoming Game; with one chosen as Homecoming Queen.
This year’s Homecoming Nominees are:
“It’s so humbling to be nominated by my classmates for Homecoming Court,” says Homecoming Court Nominee, Amelia Owens. “I’m truly looking forward to it and spending time with the other girls on the court!”
You can see the nominees and who is elected Queen at the Homecoming Game against Spencer on October 8th at Kinnett Stadium.