Jaguars host annual carnival, pep rally and football game for alumni and community.
Flower Mound High School celebrated its 2022 Homecoming Week on October 17-21.
Festivities included dress-up days, the annual carnival, hall decorating, pep rallies, the football game vs. Plano, and the homecoming dance.
Special dress-up days centered around this year's theme, "Jags Are Out of This World.” Students dressed up for The Force is Strong at FMHS (Sci-Fi Day), We Come in Peace (Tie Dye), Jags are Astronomical (NASA/USA), Double Trouble (Clone/Twin Day) and Mum & Garter (Jag Spirit).
Friday night before the game, members of the homecoming court were recognized on the field. The 2022 FMHS homecoming court was made up of the following students:
Senior King nominees
Senior Queen nominees
Prior to kickoff, Jack Grubbs and Amanda Watson were named homecoming King and Queen, respectively.
Three FMHS alumni were inducted into the Flower Mound Hall of Fame before the game. Lindsay Henderson, Sonya Lail, and Mary Walker were recognized for the impact that each has had on their community.