2017 Homecoming at Horizon

This years “A Night in Paris” themed Homecoming was a great success.Crowned Homecoming King was Jordan Serrano. and Queen CaMarya Snipes-Thomas.

Our homecoming dance crowd moved to music blaring current tunes along with some oldies many of our chaperones loved to dance to during their high school years. We wanted to thank all of the people who were involved in putting together this years Homecoming

, especially Mrs. Onnalee Pollard who stayed after school almost daily to work with the students on decorations and Mrs. Bratulic as well!

Without the countless hours of volunteer work, these events wouldn’t be made possible.

A little bit more about the Homecoming King and Queen…

Last year’s homecoming queen Alexis Coleman walked up and down the line of this year’s homecoming candidates, holding a crown up high before placing it on the heads of new homecoming king Jordan Serrano and queen CaMarya Snipes-Thomas.

CaMarya Snipes-Thomas daughter of Coretta Snipes and William Thomas is a senior at Horizon Science Academy. She is a very competitive varsity Basketball and Volleyball player and has been starting all 4 years in high school. She is deeply endowed in her faith and plans to attend either Penn State or Ashland University to major in Sports Medicine. She wants to become an Athletic Trainor to help young athletes further their loves for sports.

Jordan Serrano son of Kim and Mike Smosny is also a senior here at HSA and has been attending HSA since his freshman year. He is very social and loves to hang out with his friends. He loves music and plays the drums. His favorite sport is soccer and dares anyone to meet him on the field. He is deeply endowed in his faith and plans on attending the Naval Academy and later becoming a police officer to better protect our country.

Other homecoming king candidates were Luis Massa, William Mansfield Jr., Orlando Crispin, Alan Gonzalez, Nathan Witnik and CaMarea Snipes-Thomas.

Other homecoming queen candidates were Abigail Laurenti, Maddie Cruz, Aliciana Llanes, Dahlia Perry, Jazmin Hernandez and MyJia Brown.