Fall is in the air and that means Colorado high school football and fans in the stands at our Grand Junction area high schools. Do you still go down to your old high school to watch them play sports?

We asked you to show some love for the high school you graduated from. Scroll on to see local grads who went to schools all over the Grand Valley remember back to some of the best days ever.

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Grand Junction Home Coming

Homecoming is in the air and the shout-outs below show that Grand Junction has plenty of grads who are still around to support the next generation. Scroll on to show some love for the school you graduated from.

Now We Need to See Some Mascot Photos

Got any photos with Tony the Tiger from Grand Junction High School? What about Waldo the Wildcat from Fruita Monument High School? Delta has the Panthers, Montrose has the Red Hawks, and Palisade has plenty of Bulldogs still shouting out below.

Grand Junction Shows Love for the Schools We Graduated From

Jump on our station app to submit a photo or to show some love for the high school you graduated from on the Western Slope. You can also jump on our Facebook page and share a photo there.

Grand Junction Shows Love for the High Schools We Graduated From

While District 51 makes progress on the new High School building in Grand Junction, we asked you to show some love for the high school you graduated from. Scroll on for a fun representation of schools from all over the valley that still has plenty of grads around to support the next generation.

KEEP GOING: The Most Famous People Grand Junction Went to High School With

Who was the most famous person you graduated high school with? Did you know this person while in school? Scroll on to see some of the famous names you dropped. Some serious A-listers here. You may have gone to school with a celebrity and not even known it.

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