-information courtesy of Aarika Sandlin, VCS chief officer of Communication & Innovative Support
Attention, all graduates of Vance County Early College High School! You’re invited to come back and enjoy Homecoming festivities later this month, alongside current students and others.
Things “kick off” with a tailgate experience on Friday, Sept. 22 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at Vance County High School. It’s a time to mingle with old friends, make some new memories and enjoy some food and drinks.
The fun continues at 7 p.m. at the football field – come cheer the team to victory. The highlight of the evening will take place at halftime when the Homecoming King and Queen will be crowned.
Aarika Sandlin, VCS chief officer of Communication & Innovative Support, explained that each high school – Vance County High and the Early College High School – crowns its own king and queen for Homecoming. “”It worked great last year, so continuing that excitement” is the goal for this year, she said. Students from all the schools play as Vipers for athletics, she continued.
Her favorite tagline is “In Vance County, we are all Vipers.”
If you need to find something special to wear that shows your VCEC spirit, look no further than VCEC Spirit Wear.
Before the big game, make sure to gear up in style! Explore the collection of spirited merchandise, specially designed for current students, proud alumni, and more. Grab your favorite items to showcase your VCEC pride wherever you go.
Mark your calendars, spread the word, and let’s make this Homecoming event a truly unforgettable event. Whether you’re a former student, a current attendee, or part of our wonderful community, we can’t wait to see you there!
To learn more, contact Vance County Early College at 252.738.3580.