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Woodland Hills Celebrates Homecoming

Woodland Hills' 2021 Homecoming King and Queen Deontae Williams and Haj Abdullah

Woodland Hills celebrated Homecoming on Friday, October 1 with a pep rally at the high school soccer stadium, a parade through Turtle Creek, and a home football game against Penn-Trafford. 

During the pep rally, the high school students were introduced to the homecoming court, entertained by the Marching Band and Visual Images Ensemble and the high school cheerleaders, and had a chance to cheer on all of the Wolverines fall sports teams.

Deontae Williams was named the Homecoming King, while Haj Abdullah was named the Homecoming Queen. 

Thanks to everyone who helped make Homecoming weekend so enjoyable for all of our students and the community. Check out a few photos below from the festivities.

Woodland Hills homecoming king and queen Deontae Williams and Haj Abdullah pose during a pep rally

The Woodland Hills Marching Band arrives at the Wolvarena for HomecomingHomecoming King Deontae Williams poses with his family during the halftime ceremony Homecoming Queen Haj Abdullah poses with family during the halftime ceremonyThe Woodland Hills cheerleaders perform during the homecoming pep rally

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