<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=637067677027340&amp;ev=PageView&amp;noscript=1">
Skip to main content

Each year, Boosterthon teachers create a team nickname for their class. It helps set the week apart, makes our program more exciting, and unites classes together under a new, voted name. Sometimes the names rhyme, sometimes they use alliteration (“Peter’s Penguins”) and sometimes they’re just plain wacky (“Jensen's Jabberwocky Raisins”).

In this blog, you’ll learn more about: 

But this year's Rock'n Town Live theme, teachers have started a new trend in class naming: they’re basing them off REAL band names.

Here are a few rock’n class nicknames we’ve seen (band name translations provided):


"Red Hot Chili Peppers"


"Counting Crows"


"Snoop Doggy Dogg"


"Well, um . . . 'The Black Eyed Peas'"


"The Beatles"

So, Boosterthon teachers, if you create a fun, rock-infused class name, we'd love to hear it! Simply post a picture on our Facebook page. Thanks for being such a big part of the fun during our program.

To get you started, check out . . . Ultimate List of Band Names.

Back to All Articles