Forest Hills Central places a strong emphasis on homecoming

ADA TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WOOD) – When it comes to homecoming, Forest Hills Central gets big.

The Rangers stage what is touted as the largest homecoming parade in the state of Michigan, with dozens of floats involving nearly all of the school’s athletic teams and a handful of other school and community organizations. The parade opens Rangers’ game against Grand Rapids Christian, but the celebrations have been going on all week.

The week began Monday with the Ranger Rumble, a rally of encouragement for middle and elementary school students to learn more about FHC’s homecoming traditions. This took place alongside the FHC Powderpuff Game, a Bonfire Pep Rally and several other homecoming activities for the students.

Early Friday night, the pre-game celebrations began with the FHC Homecoming Tailgate. This tradition started with a few families and sports teams in 2015 and has since grown into a community-wide activity. Forest Hills Central places a strong emphasis on homecoming

Dais Johnston

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