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Spring Game Cancelled

Due to threat of severe weather, we are sad to announce the cancelation of the Spring Game vs Ramsay.  

Rising 9th grade boys basketball tryouts begin tomorrow

Rising 9th grade basketball try-outs will be May 7,9, and 13-15.    Athletes trying out will be transported by school bus to the High School on those days.  Tryouts will be from 3:30-5.   Parents will need to pick up their sons at the High School at 5 pm.    A first cut will take place

Carlos Figueroa signs with Lindsey Wilson

Carlos Figueroa, the most decorated wrestler in Homewood High School Wrestling history has signed a full scholarship to Lindsay Willson College in Columbia, Kentucky.  The Blue Raiders finished second at the 2018-2019 NAIA National Wrestling Championships.  Figueroa had a career record, 208-4, and is one of only three Homewood High School wrestlers to make it

Making History by Sweeping Outdoor Track and Field State Championships

The Homewood Track and Field program had a historic weekend.  The girls won their 6th consecutive championship, and the boys team repeated as champions at the 6A Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Gulf Shores on Saturday.  The wins give Homewood 18 championships in track and field and 27 championships total for the track and

Patriots Boys Soccer headed to the Final Four!

The Homewood Boys Varsity Soccer team is headed back to the AHSAA Final Four in Huntsville, beating Clay-Chalkville 4-1.  The Patriots will play at 11:00 AM, Friday May 10th, at John Hunt Park.

2019 Lady Patriot Volleyball Team

Congratulations to the following on making the 2019 Homewood High School Volleyball Program CONFIRM YOUR SPOT Email Coach Padgett your acceptance of the position with a screenshot of your 20 email addresses for the Snap Fundraiser.   MANDATORY PLAYER & PARENT MEETING Wednesday May 8th 6-7:15

Varsity Girls Soccer Wins 2nd and 3rd Rounds of Sub-State

With wins in the second and third rounds of Sub-State playoffs, Varsity Girls Soccer reserved a spot at the Final Four table in Huntsville on Friday. The Patriots defeated Shades Valley 10-0 at Waldrup Stadium on Tuesday. Marguerite Middlemas, Maddie Massie, and Eleanor Kyle each scored two goals. Maggie O’Hare, Claire Touliatos, Julia Dantzler, and