Every year in mid September through October, the world starts thinking of trees changing colors, the cooling of the air, and the coming of Halloween. However, for many high school students, something else enters their mind: Homecoming (and the stress and planning related to it)!
Homecoming, as the name implies, was originally created to be a time for the school’s graduates to come and visit their former school.
However, for most high school teens today, the weekend is almost entirely about their social life. While every school is different, most places have a Homecoming football game (or another sport). A lot of them also have a king and queen contest, and maybe even a bonfire. However, the social highlight of the Homecoming season for most teenagers is the dance.
The dance and other festivities are a lot of fun for many teens. It is a time to be social, enjoy a little romance, and have some fun. But, for perhaps many more teens, it can be awful as they worry about dates, dresses, dancing ability (or lack of it), and a host of other issues.
However, you don’t have to get so stressed out. Our Homecoming Survival Guide will help you with some of the biggest stressors of Homecoming. These tips will help you enjoy the event and lose the anxiety.
We are updating these for 2016, so be sure to check them out!
Homecoming Survival Guide Series