The 2016 Homecoming court were nominated by peers and announced as nominees at the pep rally. The final Homecoming court was announced during halftime at the Homecoming game on Friday, October 14.

  • Shane McGuffin
    What Homecoming prince means to me is that i was chosen by the majority of my classmates who think I represent my class well.
  • Aaron Zuniga
    Its cool, I didn't think I would win. Its an honor and I'm stoked to participate in the activities and the dance.
  • Isabel Gonzalez
    To be even nominated is such an honor, I don't even care if I win. I makes me feel like my peers want me to do this.
  • Morgan Harrington
    I'd like to be homecoming princess because I love PRHS and all the different groups and how we all come together
  • Jackie Villanueva
    For me being queen is an honor because I have pride in this school.
  • Jared Thompson
    It's an honor, and it's really cool that people think of me as a nominee.
  • Graham Farrell
    To be home coming king is to represent PRHS. I want to show that this is what Paso is about, being a good student and being responsible. I think I could represent that well.
  • Jorge Rodriguez
  • Samantha Gonzalez
    Shout out to my fans, I feel so blessed. I'm sure it's going to be an amazing experience. I'm happy that I will be able to tell my children that I got nominated.
  • Brock Williams
  • Madison Wineman
    It is the opportunity to represent your class and show your school spirit
  • Kaelynn Stolz
    To me is is setting an example for the school and showing the most school spirit as possible. It meant a lot to me that my peers would nominate me for homecoming princess.



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