You can change the location at any time. Eleven years ago, the teenagers homecoming 2005, Salvador Cornejo and Yesenia Carmolinga were elected homecoming king and queen at Hillsboro High.
This year, the school discontinued its tradition of having a homecoming court and electing a king and queen. At the urging of some student leaders, Hillsboro High has ceased its tradition of choosing a homecoming court, king and queen, the district communication director confirmed Wednesday. A majority of students elected to the school’s student government succeeded in getting the administration to end the nomination of a homecoming court and the election of a king and queen, senior class treasurer Christian Duran said. According to district communications chief Beth Graser, that decision was made on the grounds that a popularity contest that elevates a small number of students was not the best way to unite the whole school community.