2023 Homecoming and Senator Pride

Today was an amazing day for the GHS Student body!

Senator Pride was at a all time high! Student involvement really made this day special.

Our students showed up wearing school colors and supported the class activities! Activities included Power Buff, Family Feud and Advisory Olympics! 

Here are some photos!

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Huge shout out and thank you to  GHS Cheerleaders led by Mrs. Reed, GHS Pep band led by Mr. Tilley, and GHS Pep Club led by Mrs. Anderson. All of these groups have gone above and beyond to encourage school spirit, senator pride, and community and student involvement. Band and cheer you guys looked great in the parade and are doing a fantastic job as always!

Mrs. Anderson and art students those window paintings downtown are fantastic. If you haven’t seen the window paintings yet, be sure to check them out! Also, Mrs. Anderson and Pep Club did a fantastic job putting together the school-wide Advisory Olympics. It was really great to see everyone involved and working together, great job Mrs. Anderson!

Finally, a huge shout out to the GHS Student body officers and Class Leadership! They have worked extremely hard to organize all of the many fun events this year and deserve immense praise for this year’s outstanding homecoming. 


Now to announce our homecoming  class competition winners:

It was a very close battle for homecoming this year right up to the very end. I have really enjoyed watching each class come together and work incredibly hard to have some of the best hallways, floats, Powder Puff, Power Buff, and Buff Squad, and lip sync performances, and competitions I have seen. We really do have an exceptional group of young people here at GHS!

In the end it was the big ticket competitions, but not the spirit stick that tipped the points, in this year’s neck and neck competition. Speaking of the spirit stick, huge shout out to Mr. Patterson for putting together this year’s intense spirit stick competition.  

-Now for the moment you’ve been waiting for the  winners of HOCO 2023…Overall competition winners of the week, with 1,700 points were the seniors. In a very close second with 1,130 points were the Juniors.  The freshmen took third place this year with 830 points and the sophomores ended the week in 4th place with 735 points. Great job to each of the classes. 



Nominees for Freshmen  Lord and Lady                                

  •  Amia Dayley escorted by Max Kelsey
  •  Violette Conrad escorted by Bridger Pope, 
  •  Blayke Brunson escorted by Bendt Anhder 


Nominees Sophomore Duke and Duchess

  • Sarah Moen escorted by Florian Amsler, 
  • Abby Smith escorted by Dawson Frieberg,
  • Taylor McClain escorted by Breydon Bunderson

Nominees Junior Prince and Princess 

  •  Chloe Hoeft escorted by Jasper Bilbao
  •  Emma Pope escorted by Porter Whiting
  • Fayth Gillette escorted by Javier Valdez


Nominees Senior King and 

  •  Vicky Paulin escorted by Kimball Anhder
  •  Lizeth Aguilar escorted by Levi Hoeft 
  • Dominixe Celaya escorted by Braden Martin
  •  Livvy Schofield escorted by Tyson Bingham


Now The moment you’ve all been waiting for…Your court winners are:


For Freshmen Lorde-Bridger Pope

For Freshman Lady –Amia Dayley


For Sophomore Duke- Florian Amsler

For Sophomore Dutchess-Sarah Moen


For Junior Prince- Jasper Bilbao

For Junior Princess-Chloe Hoeft


Your 2022 Senior King- Kimball Anhder


And your 2022 Homecoming Queen-Lizeth Aguilar

Congratulations to all of the candidates involved, and thank you all for a great homecoming week. We are thankful for our students, teachers,  support staff, law enforcement, fire department and community members that made it all happen

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