Mepham High School showed off its school pride during its annual homecoming parade and football game over the weekend.
The Mepham Pirates took on the Calhoun Colts, coming on top with a 39-17 final score.
Students, staff and community members cheered on the Pirates during the game, showing their team spirit by donning red and white.
The homecoming parade, which made its way from the Jerusalem Avenue School down Newbridge Road and back to Mepham was led by the North Bellmore Fire Department, members of the school’s alumni association, marching band and kickline, as well as the varsity and junior varsity cheerleaders and class representatives.
Principal Michael Harrington said that Mepham had a great celebration.
“I think homecoming weekend is a reflection of the spirit and pride that is evident every day at Mepham,” he said.