Pep Rally Preludes North Knockout on Friday

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  • The NFHS band demonstrated the countless hours of practice throughout the pep rally.

  • The band used over 80 individual instruments for their performance and each musician kept in sync with the drum major.

  • Completely packed from left to right, wall to wall, on both sides of the new gym and along the floor, the pep rally received a huge attendance by the four grade classes Friday.

  • Freshman and juniors prepare for the first pep rally of the year as the band and cheerleading teams warm up.

  • Sophomores and seniors were packed in mass throughout the new gym as the pep rally began to warm up for the second time Friday.

  • North’s rapidly growing MCJROTC unit showed its support Friday as over two hundred uniformed cadets attended the pep rally Friday.

  • North Forsyth’s competition cheer squad demonstrated their renowned acrobatic skills Friday with an energetic routine that was warmly received by an enthralled student body.

  • North’s varsity and JV cheerleading squads pumped the student body up with their cheer routines and infective attitudes.

  • The seniors on the Raider Football Team were chiefly honored Friday before North’s stunning football game later that night. These seniors led North to a 31-0 victory over the Central Forsyth Bulldogs.

  • North’s students took to the court in an effort to earn their place in the spotlight during the hoola hoop challenge.

  • The school staff joined in the pep rally hilarity by putting on their own humorous skits.

  • North Forsyth’s faculty showed their school spirit Friday by wearing the school colors and eagerly participating in the pep rally.

  • Extracurricular activities, such as clubs and sports, were honored during the pep rally. Coaches, team captains, and student officers talked briefly about their own organizations.

  • Though past pep rallies have had some slow moments, this year every student was glued to the festivities from start to end.

  • The pep rally was finished with a hilarious finale as cheerleaders in football gear provided comedic dance routines to honor the senior players on the Raider Football Team.

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North Forsyth High School held an exciting pep rally in order to pump up students for the first home football game of the season. Our new gym overflowed with uniformed ROTC members, club members of The Nation, football cheerleaders rallying the crowd, our varsity football team in their jerseys, the marching band showing us their talents, the Raider Pals holding up their awesome signs, and the whole Raider family gathered for the fun. Laughter was soon to happen as teachers and students competed against each other in a hula hoop contest. We witnessed true talent and hilarious ways of cheating. The excitement continued as the competition cheerleaders performed amazing stunts and routines, which showed their hard work and dedication. Speaking of hard work and dedication, to celebrate our varsity football team and the school’s coaches, the cheerleaders dressed up and danced to comedic songs that represented the true personalities of each person. The marching band played spectacular music while the Raider family cheered and laughed. Homecoming nominees were announced for all grade levels and students were roaring with school spirit.