A pep rally is a gathering of people, typically students of high school age, before a sports event. High school is the name used in some parts of the world (in particular Scotland, North America and Australia) to describe an institution Sport is an Activity that is governed by a set of rules or Customs and often engaged in competitively The purpose of such a gathering is to encourage school spirit and to support members of the team for which the rally is being thrown. For the term see School spirit School Spirit is a 1985 Comedy film about High school student who is killed A team comprises a group of people or Animals linked in a common purpose
At a pep rally, cheerleaders will often lead in boisterous chants intended to get the student body involved and supporting the school's team. Cheerleading is a Sport that uses organized routines made from elements of Tumbling, Dance, jumps and stunting to direct spectators of events Games between competing classes with small prizes may be held. A game is a structured activity, usually undertaken for Enjoyment and sometimes also used as an Educational tool The school's band will often play upbeat music in between demonstrations, and the drumline may play. A school band is a group of Student musicians who rehearse and perform Instrumental Music together A drumline or drum line is a section of Percussion instruments usually played as part of a musical marching ensemble In the case of a Homecoming game, the Homecoming "court" may be chosen and announced. Homecoming, welcoming back of former residents and alumni is a tradition in many universities, Colleges and High schools in North America
This is also a time for the team captains to let the school know how their team is doing this season.