Berean Christian School Celebrates Homecoming

Homecoming king and queen Caleb Goertzen and Rachel Horshington.

The secondary hallways at Berean Christian School looked quite different recently as students traded in the school uniform for a week in order to participate in Spirit Week, culminating with the annual homecoming celebration on Friday, followed by the homecoming dance on Saturday.

Students, teachers and administrators always look forward to the students’ creativity as they dress for each day’s theme.

The BCS Student Government, under the direction of Sarah Stegall, works tirelessly to create fun-filled days for students and faculty. This year’s overall theme was “What’s Up,” so students dressed for Surf’s Up (Hawaiian day), Back Up (past generations), Mix Up (miss-matched/inside out day), Made Up (favorite movie or book characters) and finally Team Up (team colors). Students also participated in class competitions, including the traditional relay race and dodgeball game and “minute to win it” contests.

The festivities ended at homecoming night, where seniors Caleb Goertzen and Rachel Horshington were named this year’s homecoming king and queen.