Homecoming is an annual celebration and tradition for welcoming back students and alumni. Sports and culture events normally surround this much celebrated an event. The homecoming court is a group of students that represent the educational institution and consists of a King and Queen. For students trying to campaign for that top position, the following high school homecoming campaign slogans can be used to inspire your own theme campaign. These slogans are popular choices, being used by other students in the past to waver support by their fellow students.
(name) Say it LOUD, The Homecoming Queen To make us PROUD!
A Princess You Can Be Proud Of (name).
Cast your ballot, have you heard? (name) for homecoming king, spread the word.
Clap your hands, shout it out loud, (name) is the one who’ll make you proud.
Clap your hands, stomp your feet, Vote for (name) who is so sweet.
Don’t be a sucker, vote for (name) for homecoming queen.
Give me the crown and I won’t let you down.
Give me the crown and together we’ll rule this town.
I WANT YOU….to vote for (name).
I’m friendly, I’m not mean, so vote for me for homecoming queen.
If you want a Queen that doesn’t act like a Princess, then vote for (name).
In the scene so serene vote for (name) for homecoming queen.
Let your votes be counted, your support be seen! Vote for (name) for Homecoming Queen.
There’s no place like home.
Victoria’s Real Secret, She votes for (name).
We like (name) yes we do! we’ll vote for her and so should you!
Vote for me for homecoming queen.
Refuse to be ordinary.
Homecoming dates back to the late 19th century with its roots on the gridiron. Although the official celebrations were not organized until the 20th century, similar gathers would occur yearly. The below infographic outlines the history and interesting facts about homecoming.
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