Halloweentown at Tustin High

As always Tustin High ASB fired up our spirits for Homecoming with Spirit Week. This year, homecoming spirit week fell on the same week as Halloween. So you would think it’d be mandatory to make it Halloween themed. The students demanded and as always ASB provided.  Tustin kicked off spirit week with Pajama Day on Monday, Trick-or-Treat day on Tuesday (which required students to wear black and orange), Workout Wednesday, and Zombie Day Thursday, inspired by Halloween which will be celebrated on Saturday, two days later. ASB used Zombie Day to set the mood for Tustin High’s  Halloween-Homecoming Assembly. The assembly featured spooky classics such as “Thriller” by Michael Jackson and “Monster Mash.” Starting the week with full-on Halloween spirit, ASB is finishing it off with a bang on October 30th with a “Tiller Thriller” Homecoming. Students ended the week with zombie costumes and a ghostly peek into Halloween. These were some of the most creative costumes spotted on Tustin High’s campus. 


Have you ever seen a cuter zombie than Stephanie Gramajo?DSC_1257

Ahmed Musa, Sacheen Premaratne, and Arsal Bokhari are literal lady killers doubling as ninja turtles who plan to slay at Homecoming.

DSC_1259Jazmine, the Freddy – Cool Girl.


Smells like Hallow-Teen Spirit! DSC_1268

The zombie squad, Anaya Smith, Yarith Vega, and Andrea Palma are about ready to eat your brains out! DSC_1269

Tiller student during the day, lovely skeleton during the night, Evelin Rodriguez. DSC_1270

Ashley Saenz as Donald Trump-et. DSC_1272

Lesly Romero, Areeba Amin, and Kristina Ching give the death stare to their teachers for giving them homework over Halloween weekend. DSC_1274

BFFS Kassandra Chavez and Sintia Avonce looked fabulously ghoulish. DSC_1283

What does zombie Omar do when he’s hungry? Munch on Karen!


Ronald Reagan has risen from the dead and taken possession of Mr. Ellis’ U.S. history class for the day.

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