|Where am I from:||Paraguayan|
|Caters to:||Generous guy|
|Iris tone:||Misty gray-blue eyes|
|Color of my hair:||Gray|
|I can speak:||Italian|
|What I prefer to drink:||White wine|
|I like to listen:||Opera|
Try a few of these ideas. Schedule volunteers for homecoming week events with a up. View an Example. Sell raffle baskets for a school fundraiser with a up. Recruit Friday night football concessions volunteers with a up. These ideas will provide tons of laughs and creative conversations during homecoming week. Kayla Rutledge is a college student who spends most of her time writing, singing for her church and eating quesadillas.
Schedule school appointments or conferences with a up. App Day - Your school will look like an iPhone home screen on this spirit day as students dress as their favorite phone applications.
Celebrity Day - Roll out the red carpet as students dress up as their favorite celebrities for the day. Influencer Day - If you really want to take homecoming week into the 21st century, have students dress as their favorite social media influencer. Current Events - Pick a widely known current event in pop culture, such as a hit TV show, and have students dress around that theme. Who is Your Hero - Each student dresses up as a person who is still alive who they consider to be a hero. Album Covers - Students recreate their favorite, school-appropriate album cover either on their own or in a group.
Everyone will have fun guessing all day long! Invention Day - On this spirit day, students dress as their favorite modern invention. You might be surprised at the creative costumes that emerge.
Favorite Thing on YouTube - Students can recreate their favorite video or dress as their favorite YouTube personality for a day. Beef Day - Students pair off or group up to dress up as feuding celebrities for a day of thankfully fake drama. School Specific School Colors - This is a great idea for the last day of spirit week.
Keep it simple and let students dress head to toe in your school colors. Dress Like a Teacher - Your staff will get a kick out of this day, as students dress like their favorite teachers for the day. Bonus points if anyone actually has a case of mistaken identity at some point in the day. Mascot Day - Create a spirit day where students can dress up as the mascot that represents your school.
How to pick the best high school homecoming themes
Class Day - Each grade at your school gets an ased color to wear on this day. The class with the most people dressed up wins! Dress for a Cause - Pick a cause that is important to your student body.
If the cause already has a color used to represent it, have everyone dress in that color. If not, you can pick an appropriate color or outfit that students can wear to show support!
Dress Like the Principal - Skip dress like a teacher day and have everyone dress alike when they dress like your principal! This is a great way for students to show some love to your commander in chief. Our School Day - On this day, students can pick anything related to your school to dress as.
A school legend? That iconic cheesy poster hung in their classroom? Leave Early - Raise money for charity by letting students leave 15 minutes early if they bring a dollar and wear a pre-chosen color. Hometown Day - Let students show their love for your city by wearing jerseys for local sports teams or shirts from local businesses. Pick a Player Day - If your school is small enough, let football players give their jerseys away for the day.
Each student can wear a jersey for one of their friends. Classics Pajama Day - One of the most classic spirit days of all time. Tourist Day - On this day, everyone pulls out the fanny pack and Hawaiian shirt. Tacky Day - Whether they change their hair, socks or outfits, your students will be tough to look at with a straight face on this day. Jersey Day - Let your school turn into a sports league as everyone reps their favorite player for the day. America Day - Deck out in your red, white and blue for the most patriotic spirit day of them all.
Beach Day - Students can wear school appropriate beach attire for a day that will feel positively beachy keen! Neon Day - Help your students stand out in the stands at the homecoming game with a neon theme. Rockstar Day - Unleash the inner popstar in every student with a rock-and-roll themed spirit day. This is a great idea for the day of the big cute homecoming themes Face-Offs Heroes vs. Villains - Your school will turn into a battleground between good and evil as everyone dresses up as fictional villains and heroes for the day.
Athletes vs. Mathletes - This is a classic face-off day.
Picking unique homecoming themes
What will you pick, the calculator or the helmet? Reality vs. Fiction - Students get to dress as their favorite celebrity for realityor their favorite fictional character. Man vs. Machine - Students can either dress as something from nature, or something man-made for the day. Pets vs.
Wild - Is your favorite animal domestic, or can it not be tamed? Find out on this fun animal-themed spirit day. Create Your Own - Does your school have its own feud? Country vs. Old vs. Students can dress up as their grandparents or as toddlers! Fancy vs. Casual - Pajamas or a ballgown? Let your students choose for themselves on this spirit day.
Fandom vs. Fandom - Pick two popular fandoms at your school and let students dress up like their favorite band, book or TV series for the day. The Avengers - Step into the Marvel universe and let everyone be a superhero for the day. Sitcom Day - Let students dress up as their favorite character from a TV sitcom. They can even group together to create whole casts!
Classic Book Day - Your English teachers will be so excited for this day! Students can dress as their favorite character from a classic book. Pixar Day - Students can dress up as animated characters from classic Pixar movies. Lord of the Rings - Transform your school into Middle-earth for the day by having students dress as characters from Lord of the Rings. Author Day - Encourage reading by letting students dress as their favorite authors. The Walking Dead Day - Have everyone even teachers dress up like cute homecoming themes for a spooky spirit day.
Classic Movie Day - Students create costumes from classic movies for a day of cinema fun. Picture Book Day - Take it back a few years by having students dress as characters from their favorite childhood books. Hit Book Day - Have students dress as a character from a book that came out within the last three years.