Broken Arrow Celebrates Homecoming


Broken Arrow Public Schools’ homecoming and its traditions continually welcome hundreds of alumni, family and friends back home each fall. The 2018 edition of this year’s homecoming celebration is Oct. 1-5 and the theme is “A Moment in Time.”

In keeping with tradition, the homecoming parade is Tuesday, Oct. 2, at 5 p.m., and will feature floats and displays from student groups, BA athletes and community members. The parade begins on Main Street at 1st and College and concludes at the Education Service Center/BAPAC.

On Thursday, Oct. 4, Broken Arrow High School will host its annual homecoming dance. Tickets will be on sale for $15 the week of the dance or $20.00 at the door. The homecoming dance entry is included in the student All-Access pass, which can be purchased in the high school’s Student Union for $80.

The excitement continues at Memorial Stadium on Friday, Oct. 5, as the Tigers football team hosts Westmoore. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. During the game, a special ceremony will recognize the 2018 Great Graduates. These individuals have brought honor to their community and alma mater through personal and professional accomplishments.

For more information on this year’s homecoming events, please contact the high school’s student activities office at 918-259-4569. For information regarding football tickets, please contact the athletics office at 918-259-5900.



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