La Jolla High Vikings show their spirit at annual pep rally

A super-charged pep rally and senior night basketball game closed Spirit Week at La Jolla High School, Feb. 14. The week was all about what you wore — Monday, students dressed in their favorite holiday attire; Tuesday, as their favorite super hero or villain; Wednesday in their “most preppy and fashionable attire like our friends at Bishop’s”; and Thursday in the school colors of red and black; then they recessed for a four-day holiday.

La Jolla High School Varsity and JV cheerleaders perform a stunt during the rally.

Seniors Tyson Youngs, Brad Penny, David McColl and Clay Jones dance at the pep rally in the Big Gym on Feb. 14. Photos by Ed Piper

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