Heritage News

Homecoming at The Hall

By Esha Venkataraman ’23

Every year, Heritage Hall’s Upper School Student Council members work hard to create a memorable homecoming week. This year was no exception. On Monday, September 26, the week of festivities kicked off with a Safari dress-up day and Don’t Forget the Lyrics class competition (which the seniors dominated!).

The week continued with Y2K, Western, Class Colors, and Charger Spirit dress-up days, and the Jeopardy, Dynamic Duo, Class Wars (relays, tug-of-war, etc.), and Lip Sync class competitions. Ultimately, the sophomores were the overall winners in the class competitions, earning a year’s worth of bragging rights.

On Friday, an all-school assembly and pre-game tailgate had football players and fans charged up for the homecoming game vs. Pauls Valley. Before the game, seniors Sebastian Perry and Olivia Walker were crowned this year’s homecoming king and queen. Congratulations to them and our other deserving senior candidates: Esther Banks, River Faulkner, Zach Fetrow, Austin Lemon, Maddie McKone, Ava Nelson, Armando Rossell, Posey Thomas, Aiden Walker, and Orie Walker. 

The week wrapped up with a dance set to this year’s theme, Myths and Fairy Tales. A shout-out to everyone who helped make HOCO 2022 one for the books! 
Heritage Hall is a co-educational college preparatory school in Oklahoma City. As one of the few secular private schools in the state, we offer a challenging academic curriculum for students from preschool through grade 12, as well as unique leadership opportunities, a wide spectrum of athletics, and a well developed fine arts program.