Leila Jackson and Noreen Fajardo were named Flagler Palm Coast high school's homecoming queen and king at the Bulldogs' homecoming game on Friday, Oct. 20.
Jill Prime and Ian Mathews were runners-up.
Jackson is the president of Student Government Association and the captain of the varsity cheerleading team. She is also an International Baccalaureate council member and Girls State alum. After high school, she wants to attend Florida State University.
Fajardo is a member of Future Problem Solvers and SGA. He enjoys art and intends to go to college to pursue a degree in psychology.
There were 12 king and queen candidates on the senior homecoming court. They each walked across the field at halftime.
Also honored were the freshman, sophomore and junior princes and princesses, the faculty's duke and dutchess and last year's homecoming king and queen — Dylan Toriello and Hannah Kurek.
The SGA worked hard to transform the school into "A Knight at FPC," SGA advisor Evana Fretterd said. "We had a week filled with dress up days, Insanity Games, lunch activities and a pep rally that will be remembered throughout the years to come."
On Saturday, Oct. 21, the Bulldogs held their homecoming dance.
THE HOMECOMING COURT:
Freshman prince and princess: Alisha Vilar and Dominic Smith.
Sophomore prince and princess: Sidney Baity and Marlon Alvarado.
Junior prince and princess: Keary Lewis and Xamuel Bressier.
Duke and dutchess: Anabella Guiliano and Daniel Fish.
Senior homecoming court: Queen candidates — Jada Dotson, Leila Jackson, Chloe Long, Jill Prime, Naomi Williams, Amberly Wrights.
King candidates — Trenton Ellis, Noreen Fajardo, Nicholas Groth, Ian Mathews, Nigel-Ginola Njok, Khalyel Robinson.