Middletown is celebrating a Golden Anniversary this year! Homecoming 2013 will be our 50th Homecoming! What a perfect opportunity to come and participate in the celebration!
Middletown Area High School has an entire week of exciting events to build student spirit for the weekend’s activities. The Middle School will be hosting a Friday night dance at MAMS from 6:30-8:30 p.m. And our incredible MASD Alumni Association has a full day of activities planned for our awesome alumni. Check out the alumni events here.
Pictured left to right: Jordan Arnold, Todd Houser, Elizabeth Young, Christian Roberts, Brittney Zavoda, Brendan Leahy, Alyssa Stone, Cody Fox, Kelsey Thomas, Zachari Ulerick
On Homecoming Day, October 19, the festivities will kick off with the annual parade at 11:30am in downtown Middletown. This community tradition will feature past Grand Marshalls, former Homecoming Queens, class floats, community groups, sports teams, the MAMS band and MAHS’s band, The Blue Wave. The parade route is Ann Street, Union Street, Water Street, Race Street and Conewago Street, ending at War Memorial Field.
At 2pm, War Memorial Field will be packed with past, present and future Raiders for the Middletown vs. East Pennsboro game and the crowning of the 2013 Homecoming Queen. THIS is the YEAR! Plan on joining us for our Golden Anniversary. It only happens once!!
2013 Homecoming Court
Todd Houser and Jordan Arnold
Todd Houser is the son of Todd and Jennifer Houser. Todd’s MAHS activities include: wrestling team, Human Services Pathway, and internships at Reid Elementary and Swatara Police Station. Todd enjoys hunting, fishing, working out, hanging out with friends and family, and golfing. After high school, Todd plans to attend two years at HACC to major in criminal justice/law enforcement, join the military, then attend the police academy.
In his words: I like the fact that we are a small school, but we have a lot of heart. Also how we all know each other. It is not only an honor to be on the Homecoming Court, but a huge privilege to be one of the select few chosen. It is also an honor to be able to represent my senior class of 2014.
Jordan Arnold is the daughter of Ed and Carol Arnold. Jordan enjoys spending time with family and friends, playing volleyball, and attending Middletown sports to support her school. Her MAHS activities include Link crew, Honor Roll, Yearbook and Volleyball Team of which she is Captain. Jordan plans to further her education by attending college to major in Radiology with the goal of becoming an x-ray technician.
In her words: I like that MAHS is small and that I see familiar faces everyday. I am honored to be selected by my classmates to represent MAHS and the class of 2014. I enjoy being included in a class that will always stick together through the good and bad.
Christian Roberts and Elizabeth Morgan Young
Christian Roberts is the son of Mark Roberts and Stacey Frost. Christian’s MAHS activities include: soccer (captain), National Honor Society, Link Crew, and FBLA (secretary). Christian also plays soccer for LDC club team. After high school, Christian plans to attend Seton Hill University to play soccer and major in biology then continue on to medical school.
In his words: My favorite thing about MAHS is Raider Nation. I am honored to be selected by my class and to be a part of the Class of 2014. I couldn’t ask for a better graduating class.
Elizabeth Morgan Young is the daughter of Derry and Roxanna Young. Her MAHS activities include: field hockey, Mini-Thon Committee, class officer, Student Council, Key Club, and Link Crew. Elizabeth enjoys working as a lifeguard at Hersheypark in the summer and volunteering at the Ronald McDonald House. After high school, Elizabeth plans to attend a four year university to earn a bachelor’s degree in nursing then continue on to graduate school to specialize in oncology or anesthesiology.
In her words: What I enjoy most about MAHS is the support from all the teachers and administration and the opportunity to take classes at Penn State, Harrisburg. And RAIDERNATION! It is a huge honor to be selected for the Homecoming Court. I am so thankful that I was chosen. I couldn’t have asked for a better group of kids to share this opportunity with.
Brendan Leahy and Brittney Zavoda
Brendan Leahy is the son of Terry and Sherry Leahy. Brendan’s MAHS activities include: National Honor Society, WMSS, Brain Busters, soccer, and Mini-Thon. He enjoys coaching soccer and attending youth group. After high school, Brendan plans to attend college with a major in communications.
In his words: My favorite thing about MAHS is Raider P.R.I.D.E. It is an honor to be selected by my fellow classmates to represent the graduating Class of 2014.
Brittney Zavoda is the daughter of Dave Zavoda and Missy Stewart. Brittney’s MAHS activities include: soccer (captain), Key Club, and Yearbook. Brittany enjoys hanging out with friends and shopping. After high school, Brittany plans to attend West Virginia University.
In her words: My favorite thing about MAHS is getting to see our grade progress each year and get more involved and stick together. I was surprised but excited to get chosen for the court because I get to be with a group of my grade that’s already close.
Cody Fox and Alyssa Stone
Cody Fox is the son of Mike and Destinie Fox. Cody’s MAHS activities include: baseball, basketball, little dribblers, Middletown basketball camp, and Legion baseball. Cody enjoys watching sports, hanging out with friends, and attending sporting events. After high school, Cody plans to attend Millersville University or Bloomsburg University.
In his words: What I enjoy most about MAHS is how close my senior class is. I am very happy that my class voted me on the court.
Alyssa Stone is the daughter of Bob and Chris Stone. Alyssa’s MAHS activities include: volleyball (captain), track, Student Council, Key Club, Float Committee, Prom Committee, and an Internship at Hershey Medical Center. Alyssa enjoys lifeguarding, shopping, going to the river, and attending sporting events. After high school, Alyssa plans to attend college and major in epidemiology.
In her words: My favorite thing about MAHS is the Pathways program which helps guide us for the future and the electives we have for different pathways. And all the opportunities we have for field trips related to our pathway. I feel honored that my class selected me to represent them at Homecoming. I was happy and excited when I found out the good news.
Zachari Ulerick and Kelsey Thomas
Zachari Ulerick is the son of Ken and Jen Ulerick. Zachari is on the wrestling team and enjoys hanging with his friends and cheering at the football games in the student section. Zachari plans to attend Rutgers University and participate on the wrestling team.
In his words: My favorite thing about MAHS is that our whole student body sticks together and this year we finally started to have lots of Raider Pride. I was excited to be chosen for Homecoming. I felt honored that my class has chosen me to represent our school.
Kelsey Thomas is the daughter of Michael and Lisa Thomas. Her MAHS activities include: soccer (captain), Link Crew, Key Club, Yearbook, and an Internship in 2nd grade at Reid Elementary. Kelsey enjoys hanging out with friends, watching and attending sporting events, going to the river and the beach. After high school, Kelsey plans to attend attend West Virginia University.
In her words: My favorite thing about MAHS is that we are a small, close-knit school that has awesome school spirit. I felt honored to be selected by my peers for the 2013 Homecoming Court. It was also very exciting.