Homecoming 2021

One of the highlights of the 2021 Homecoming Pep Rally on September 24 was the presentation of the Homecoming Court and the Crowning of the King and Queen.

Seniors Ella Aycock and Spencer Johnson were elected by the high school student body as the 2021 Homecoming Queen and King.  Homecoming Princess first grade student Juliana Kostelich crowned the pair.  Her family bid and won the opportunity for Juliana to be the Homecoming Princess through the Legacy Auction last December.

Homecoming King candidates were seniors Aydan Allen, Andy Banister, Kevin Beasley, Caleb Hillin, Joshua Janes, and Kalvy Thompson.  Homecoming Queen candidates were seniors Haley Dickerson, Jilayne Headrick, Reagan Hunter, Jayden Johnson, Reese Rogers, GraceAnn Streit, Leah Vinson, and Ashby Whitaker.

Queen Ella and King Spencer are both very active in many school organizations involving athletics and leadership, as well as community service through the school and other organizations.

Ella is a member of the Cross Country and Track teams in which she has lettered and been named as Academic All-State on both teams.  She serves as the National Honor Society Historian and was last year’s Chemistry Club Vice President. She has also been a member of the Varsity Girls Basketball team, Varsity Orchestra and High School Yearbook. She received the school’s highest honor, the Proven Patriot Award, in 2020.

She volunteers in the community through her membership as a Lubbock Symphony Debutante and also volunteers at the South Plains Food Bank and Lubbock Impact.  Ella has also performed with the school’s orchestra at several local nursing homes.

Ella’s hobbies include running, hiking, and walking dogs.  Last summer, she completed a camp leadership program at Camp Olympia in which she backpacked and climbed a mountain with an elevation of 14,000 feet.  She also received a Red Cross CPR and Lifeguard Certification while attending the camp.

Ella hopes to attend a military college after graduation and is in the middle of the academy application process.  She has been accepted into The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina.

She is the daughter of Emily and Dr. Richard Aycock.  Her older brother, Samuel, graduated from All Saints in 2020 and is a sophomore cadet at West Point Military Academy.  Her younger brother, Owen, is a sophomore at All Saints.

Spencer Johnson is the son of Ali and Shawn Johnson.  His sister, Elizabeth, is a freshman at All Saints.

He plans to attend either the University of Arkansas or Texas Christian University (TCU) and major in Finance and Accounting.

Spencer is a member of the National Honor Society, Mock Trial Team, Varsity Band, and is the Publicity Officer for the High School Student Council.  He is the Center for the Varsity Football team and has been named All District Center for two years as well as named to the All State Academic Team for two years.  He is also a member of the Varsity Boys Basketball team and the Varsity Track team.

Spencer volunteers at St. Stephens Episcopal Church by filming their church services.  He also traveled with the St. Stephens church delegation on a mission trip to Guatemala in 2019.  While there he helped build houses for underprivileged people.