A return home.
A social event, usually held annually at colleges and universities, to welcome visiting alumni; a type of school reunion for graduates.
A week of festivities in early fall to boost school spirit. Activities include sports events, a bonfire, the election of royalty and attendants, a School Colors Day, an Upper School Homecoming dance, an all-school picnic and recognition of student leaders and alumni.
an annual school or university reunion for graduates
a coming to or returning home; "on his return from Australia we gave him a welcoming party"
a weekend camping event that occurs in August of each year
the return of students usually in the fall to a place formerly frequented, especially: an annual celebration for alumni at a college or high school
A weekend in October when alumni are invited back to the school. There is a dance for current RHS students, a football game, and a pep rally with competitions and a bonfire. The pep rally is open to all, including parents, admission is usually a small cash donation or canned food.
In the USA an annual celebration held by a university, college, or school for former students - (On the subject see the Happening article of Lainey Sharpe)
Homecoming is an annual tradition of the United States of America. People, towns, high schools and colleges come together, usually in late September or October, to welcome back former residents and alumni. It is built around a central event, such as a banquet or a game of American football, basketball, or ice hockey.