A festive weekend is in store for Spring-Ford students, families, alumni and community members who attend this year’s Homecoming celebration, which will begin on Friday, October 21st and continues through Saturday, October 22nd.
Friday, October 21, 2022: Homecoming weekend events kick-off Friday with the annual Powder Puff football game. Junior and senior girls compete against one another, with their male classmates serving as cheerleaders. The game will begin at 6 p.m. in Coach McNelly stadium, located behind the 9th Grade Center, 400 S. Lewis Road in Royersford. Additional information will be sent in the coming weeks.
Saturday, October 22, 2022: Spring-Ford students will continue a longstanding tradition of parading through the streets of downtown Royersford starting at 12 p.m. Main Street will be closed to traffic during the parade. Click here for a parade route map.
The parade will feature the talents of Spring-Ford’s award winning Golden Ram Marching Band, the chorus and the Spring-Ford Middle School Band, and will include various high school clubs. Athletic team members, School Board members, local dignitaries, local fire companies and the Rowdy Ram will all make appearances.
The parade will end with a community picnic, provided by the Spring-Ford Educators Association (SFEA).
Finally, join fellow Ram fans as Spring-Ford Area High School's football team takes on Norristown at 2 p.m. in Coach McNelly stadium. Gates will open at 12:30 p.m. for pre-game festivities that will include musical performances, as well as the introduction of the Homecoming Court.
No backpacks or large purses/bags will be allowed into Coach McNelly Stadium. There will be an area located outside of the venue where bags can be left if so desired. Please note, Spring-Ford School Police and Security will NOT monitor this area. It is best to leave bags at home, in lockers, or in personal vehicles.
Diaper bags or bags needed for medical reasons are allowed but are subject to search by Security prior to entry.
Entry into an event will not be allowed without inspection by Security. Persons who do not cooperate with this directive, will be asked to leave the property. Persons and/or small purses on campus are subject to search while on district property.