Greater Atlanta Christian School celebrated Homecoming on October 16th with an inaugural Homecoming Parade, football game, and half-time festivities. “Homecoming is an important part of school life and most traditions need re-tooling in 2020. The parade brought our full K2-12th student body enthusiastically together while being safely separated outside,” said GAC President Dr. Scott Harsh.
The parade curved through GAC’s 88-acre campus amidst a cheering audience of students and faculty. Parade participants included the homecoming court, class representatives, band, flag line, football team, softball team, volleyball team, cross county team, cheerleaders, spartanettes dance team, and a homecoming float of the school’s mascot.
The evening's football game increased the Spartan's season to 5-0 after a conference win against the Douglass Astros. The outstanding half-time band performance and homecoming court introductions culminated in crowning the GAC Homecoming King and Queen, Mr. Parker Hallock, and Ms. Danielle Jones. Danielle is the daughter of Andre and Carol Jones of Duluth. Parker is the son of Mark and Sarah Hallock of Norcross. Alumni events were scheduled virtually, with hopes for an in-person reunion in 2021.
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