What is the banquet all about?
On Friday, November 7, the Home School Saints gathered at season's end to celebrate. First, the team is thankful to be one of only 50 home school football teams in the U.S. Click here to see a map of those teams. Second, the players are derserving of recognition for their "battling in the arena". Third, the seniors had a moment to share their thoughts. Lastly, the parents shared what they saw develop in their children over the course of their involvement.
What food is served?
All attendees were served a full dinner: ceasar salad, jambalaya, mac and cheese, drinks and dessert.
What speakers will be present?
Each player will be called out individually and recognized. So will each cheerleader. Several All-State awards and individual honors were announced. The head coach will review the program' s goals. Also, preparing during the offseason will be discussed.
What do we wear?
Attendees should wear clothes that they consider appropriate for a church service or semi-formal. Most football players wear pants and button down shirts. Some coaches wear jackets but no ties.
What about football equipment?
Players turn in their helmets and shoulder pads at the banquet. Bring them in to the banquet. Players keep game jerseys and pants.
Slideshow starts at 5pm as everyone arrives
5:30pm Announcements and Prayer
5:35pm Buffet Line and Enjoy Dinner
6:00pm Introduction of Cheerleaders by Kelley Burke
6:05pm State of Cheerleading Program by Kelley Burke
6:10pm Introduction of Football Players
6:20pm Recognition of All-State Players
6:25pm A "Senior Moment" by Seniors Darius Beverly, John Burke, Myron Ernest and Trevor Hageman
6:30pm State of the Football Program by John Burke
6:50pm Open Microphone
7:10pm Courage Award by John Burke
What is the cost?
The cost is $35 per family which includes all food and drink.
What if there are other questions?
Simply email if you have any questions. Or click on "Contact Us" at the top right of this page.