Students dress up for class color day
Every year, Homecoming week starts in rainbow hues. Ninth graders wear green, sophomores sport yellow, juniors rock in red and seniors sparkle in blue.
Freshman Sophia Bietz showed up in her favorite green hoodie and leggings, her friend Ada LaTarte showed up in plaid green pants and a matching green sweater. They both agreed, “Our favorite part of class color day is dressing similar and all the different outfits we see.”
Our favorite part of class color day is dressing similar and all the different outfits we see.”
— Sophia Bietz
Senior Ellie Dawson-Moore was wearing every shade of blue dressed in an ombre knitted sweater, a blue reusable bag and a matching blazer. Dawson-Moore was about two inches taller, wearing silver bedazzled platform heels. Dawson-Moore said, “I love all of spirit week, class color day is a way to wear monochrome in the most extra way possible.”
Sophomore Davan Rosen, was assigned yellow, reluctantly. Davan wore a yellow sweatshirt and leggings. “I don’t like yellow, but had to wear it anyway. One part of class color day I like is seeing all the different colors.”
Juniors Hanna Brass and Alyssa Ebert were assigned red and chose to go all out. Brass wearing a red floral dress, and Ebert wearing a pink sweatshirt, red pants and pink socks.
Senior Spencer Burris-Brown pulled all favorite pieces, dressed in designer clothes from head to toe. One of the first students in the building for class color day, Homecoming week started strong. Burris-Brown wore Off-White shoes, blue pants, and a blue and white striped shirt.