Homecoming week will be Oct. 1-5 as the schools get fired up for the Trojans to take on the Northeast Macon Raiders on Friday, Oct. 5. The theme for this year’s homecoming is Heroes vs. Villains.During the week, students will be asked to express their Trojan spirit on Neon Day by wearing bright colors Monday; dressing like two or more friends on Sidekick Day Tuesday; and dressing like the elderly on Senior Citizen Day Wednesday. Thursday is Superhero Day and Friday is Spirit Day.The parade will be on Thursday, Oct. 4 at 5:30 p.m. Line-up will start at 4 p.m. around Summers r Field. The lineup will be as follows: Police cars, JROTC, Trojan Band, cheerleaders, football players, homecoming representatives, class floats, any other school related participants such as clubs, organizations and other athletics, community participants and fire trucks. Anyone in the community who would like to be in the parade should know the first two vehicles are free and it will be $10 for each additional vehicle. Get in touch with Sheila Walker or Jodi Kidd at 770-358-8641 at the high school to sign up and to make a payment.The homecoming Block Party and Bonfire will be held Thursday, Oct. 4 from 7-9:30 p.m. in the high school student parking lot.Admission will be $2 at the gate.Friday will begin with a Powder Puff game, Pep Rally before the Homecoming Game versus Northeast Macon at 7:30 p.m. with the crowning of the Homecoming King right before the game begins and the Queen at halftime.Homecoming Court 2012 consists of senior representatives Christine Hammond, McKay Hickman, Taylor Johnson, Issis Davenport-Turner and Jasmine Wilkie.The junior representative is Laila Suwannakood, the sophomore representative is Hayley Turner and the freshman representative is Katie Jo Daniel.