Homecoming

2014

TPCA High School Homecoming Events

Hello Parents! Homecoming week is right around the corner! This Homecoming week will be filled with great opportunities for the student body to display their school spirit and enjoy camaraderie together. We want to inform you of all the exciting events throughout the week. This guide will include spirit days and events for the high school student body.

Monday (September 29th)

  • Theme: Movie Monday
  • 6:15- Varsity Volleyball Game vs. Providence Cristo Rey (Home)

Tuesday (September 30th)

  • Theme: Senior Citizen Day
  • 4:45- HS Cross Country Meet (Home)

Wednesday (October 1st)

  • Theme: Patriotic Day
  • 5:30- Staff vs. Student Flag Football Game
  • 6:30- Powder Puff Flag Football Game

Thursday (October 2nd)

  • Theme: Throwback Thursday
  • Chili Supper prepared by Chef Matt
5 pm to 7 pm/ $6 per person or $25 per family/6 pm to 8 pm Music and Bonfire

Friday (October 3rd)

  • Theme: Purple and Gold School Spirit Day
  • 1:50- All School Pep Rally
Teams announced, band and cheer
Fundraising activity – Winner of “Kiss the Goat” contest
Staff vs. Seniors challenge
  • 5:00- Tailgating at Zionsville West Middle School, Alumni tent
  • 7:00- Varsity Football vs. Covenant Christian at ZWMS

At halftime, Alumni and Homecoming Court will be honored

  • 9:30 to 11:30- Bonfire at TPCA for High School and alumni

Saturday (October 4th)

  • 6:00- Homecoming dance (doors open) at TPCA
  • 7:00 to 10:00- Homecoming dance

Homecoming Dance

This year the High School Student Council will be holding their second annual Homecoming Dance. This is an opportunity for the high school to enjoy time spent together outside of the classroom. This is a semi-formal event. Boys typically wear church attire, such as khakis and a polo. Girls typically wear dresses. Students are encouraged to come in groups. Price will be $5 at the door per person. Mrs. Mueller, Mr. Cook, and Miss Hairston will be staff chaperones. Sharon Walker, Robin Sanders, and Pam Hill-Gibson will be parent chaperones. This will be an open event. This means that students who do not attend the school may attend, if asked by a TPCA Student. A form must be submitted for the outside student, signed by both students and their parents. A student may ask one student not attending the school to the event. These forms will be approved by Mr Klingerman. To acquire a form or for any questions or concerns, please contact TPCA High School Student Council.