St. Peter’s High School announces 2022 Homecoming Court

Front Row: Kellen Young, Kendall Nolen Natalie Tanchevski, Zach Keffalas Middle Row: James Williams, Nakyra Williams, Madison Bays, Malaki Stanfield Back Row: John Harris, Alana Mitchell.

St. Peter’s School announced its 2022 Homecoming Queen and court during a school assembly on Thursday morning. Members of the Class of 2022 select the queen and her court.

Miss Alana Mitchell was named queen, and her escort is Homecoming King John Harris. Her attendants Nakyra Williams, Natalie Tanchevski, Kendall Nolen, and Madison Bays, will join them. Escorts include James, Williams, Zach Keffalas, Kellen Young, and Malaki Stanfield.

Also announced Thursday were the class representatives to the 2022 Rose Arc Court members. Selected by faculty and staff, these underclassmen are picked based on the qualities of responsibility, kindness, respect, involvement in the school community, and living Christian morals and values. The Rose Arc court acts as an honor guard during the Homecoming ceremonies.

Junior Class representatives are Mahala Boothe, Grace Dix, Gavin Mawhorr, and Dominic Wendt. Sophomore representatives are Caelyn Brubaker, Katherine Bryant, Nathaniel Hart, and Jerry Thompson. Magnolia Chamberlin, Callina Francis, Josh Laux, and Zion McCraney represent the freshman class.

The 2022 Homecoming ceremonies occur on Friday, February 4, at approximately 7:15 p.m., between the JV and Varsity boys basketball game against Mansfield Christian at the Franciscan Activity Center. Homecoming has been held annually since 1959, and the Rose Arc court was established in 1996.

Front Row: Freshman Zion McCraney, Josh Laux, Callina Francis, Magnolia Chamberlin Middle Row: Sophomores Jerry Thompson, Caelyn Brubaker, Nathaniel Hart, Katherine Bryant. Back Row: Juniors Gavin Mawhorr, Mahala Boothe, Grace Dix, Dominic Wendt.