The feel good story of the day belongs to West Orange High School in Orange County.
The school has just elected their homecoming king and queen and in doing so has made history, as both students have Down syndrome.
Semone Adkins and Trazjuan "Bubba" Hunter, both 17, spared no expense for their big day, rolling into the school's football field on a black Maserati and a red Ferrari – both hired by Hunter - who accompanied his sharp black tux with a ceremonial blue velvet crown reports WFTV.
Adkins, meanwhile, dressed in an olive green gown complete with a sterling crown atop her head, gave a royal wave from the sports car as it rode past thunderous cheers and applause from students.
"We are not doing this because we feel bad for them or anything like that," football captain Hayden Griffith told Fox 19.
"We are doing this because we genuinely like Bubba and Semone."
"It's breathtaking to watch," said teacher Jim Mattingly.
"I couldn't be more proud of our school and our staff."
The couple, who were voted in by the classmates, received a standing ovation at the homecoming talent show on Monday – both donning their sashes and crowns as their beaming mothers' stood by.
'Words cannot express what I am feeling right now," Hunter's mother Janice Morgan told WFTV, "I am so proud of him".
"She is a beautiful girl," Adkin's mother, Karen McNeil said, "not just on the outside but inside also."
It is the first time two students, both with Down syndrome, have been awarded the honour in Florida.
Author: Natasha Lee, Approving editor: Jack Hawke