The Voice of the Tyrone Area High School

Meet the 2021 Homecoming Court

Twenty-Five senior girls have been nominated for the 2021 Tyrone High School Homecoming Court. Two of the nominees will receive the honor of being named the 2021 Homecoming Queen and Princess at the annual Homecoming football game next Friday.

Unlike many schools, the Homecoming court is not simply a popularity contest at Tyrone Area High School. Nominees must be involved in the school community and demonstrate a commitment to community service in order to be nominated for this special honor.

Members of the Homecoming Court are selected by coaches and advisers from various clubs, extracurricular organizations, and sports teams at Tyrone High School.

Each club, sport, and student organization is allowed one nomination.

Once nominated, each senior must go through an interview process conducted by TAHS faculty. There is also a popular vote for grades nine through twelve during advisory and a fundraiser for a community charity.  All of these requirements are scored and factored into the final score which determines the winners.

This year the money raised for the community service project will go to Saint Jude’s Children Research Hospital.

Click each photo below to learn more about the nominees:

Gracie Ball
Rilee Barndt
Maci Brodzina
Katelyn Buck
Meaghan Foster
Emma Getz
Mackenzie Latchford
Marissa Lewis
Trinity Lingafelt
Ellie Oakes
Jaida Parker
Lindsey Parks
Grace Peterson
Stephanie Ramsey
Victoria Reese
Isabella Rhoades
Paige Shultz
Hayleigh Sprankle
Rachel Stricek
Éva Tóth
Maecy Tuskovich
Ashlee Walk
Emily Watson
Lexus Weaver
Alivia Wills