Senior Peighton Noel is nominated for queen for winter homecoming court. Noel’s activities include cheerleading, HOSA, and she is the Editor-in-Chief of The Pulse. Noel’s favorite things include sushi, her best friends, fleetwood mac, and her two dogs. Her love for animals has influenced her to pursue the career of a veterinarian. Noel is being escorted by junior Sam Henderson.
“Elizabeth Gillin and Taylor Robertson are two of my best friends. I’m so excited to be on court with them. We are all being escorted by my other best friends,” Noel said.
photo by Terri Harris
Senior Taylor Robertson has been nominated for winter homecoming queen. Robertson’s activities include cheerleading, Key Club, Best Buddies, and will soon start unified track. Robertson’s favorite things include mac and cheese, the color yellow, her dogs, music, hair and makeup, and the artist Russ. Robertson enjoys hanging out with her best friends Elizabeth Gillin, Peighton Noel, and Camille Gonzales. Robertson is being escorted by junior Donovan Devault.
“I’m excited to go up there with my friends, we all said it was a triple win,” Robertson said.
photo by Lindy Scott
Senior Elizabeth Gillin is in the running for winter homecoming queen. Gillin’s activities include best buddies, travel softball for Indy Astros, and NHS. She used to play softball and basketball. Gillin’s favorite things include the color yellow, makeup, artist Bazzi, Billie Eilish, and watching football. Gillin is being escorted by junior Jonah Corday.
“Peighton and I became best friends in 2nd grade. Our friendship has and will always be unique and inseparable. I met Taylor in middle school, although we didn’t become amazing friends until high school, I feel like I have known her my whole life. I love them both so much and can’t imagine life without them. Shoutout to them for making my life 100x better,” Gillin said.
photo by Cami Henry
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