Concord Christian School Homecoming Parade

  • CCS’s inaugural Homecoming Court included, from left, Ashley Anderson, Catherine Sweeney, Sydney Peterson, Annabelle Sulish, Tali Beeler, Anna Bergner (Queen), Mikayla Profeta, Brett Shoopman (King), Chez Caudill, Jacob Armour, Harry Pennoyer, David Lowe, River Bailey and Bryson Bodenheimer. - Photo submitted

  • CCS’s 2020-21 Homecoming Queen Anna Bergner and King Brett Shoopman. - Photo submitted

  • CCS cheerleader Natalie Hobbs helps lead the pep rally. - Photo submitted

  • CCS Band member Miriam Barbour displays her flag during the school’s Dec. 4 pep rally. - Photo submitted

  • Kindergarten students, from left, Ben Brock, Logan Bradley and Brady Martin enjoyed the parade. - Photo submitted

  • CCS freshmen Amber Holt, left, and Isaac Reyes front the class display. - Photo submitted

  • CCS Head of School Donald Snider greets bystanders. - Photo submitted

  • Mrs. Rainwater’s first-grade class proudly poses with the school’s Lion mascot. (Photo courtesy of Lorna Keeton, CCS) - Photo submitted

Concord Christian School held its inaugural Homecoming Parade Friday, Dec. 4. Inclement weather forced festivities indoors, but enthusiasm never wavered as students gathered inside the school’s rotunda to cheer on participants, which included the school’s band, cheerleaders, representatives from all four high school classes, Student Government Association, Key Club, Science Olympiad, Thespian Society and the Homecoming Court.

During the school’s basketball game against the Ambassadors later in the evening, Anna Bergner and Brett Shoopman were crowned Queen and King, respectively. “It was a great day to be a Lion,” said Lorna Keeton, CCS director of marketing and development.