For more than 20 years, See You at the Pole has gained a massive, world-wide following of students. Wednesday morning, one local high school's students and staff shared their faith in god, and each other.
It was organized by members of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Amid the sound of bus drop-offs and laughter from friends catching up before class, these students prayed. Bossier High School Christians take "See You at the Pole" seriously.
"I hope God talks to me and everyone else today and really shows us he's actually here with us," said Michaela Boudreau, freshman.
Bearkat Drum Major, Tyre Venius, led his classmates in prayer. He also hopes to be a positive leader in their lives.
"I hope to bring more people to God and help more people come together as one because our saying this year is ‘one nation under God’," said Venius.
That's why Matt Bounds sets his alarm early on the fourth Wednesday every September.
"I love my faith. I'm a huge Christian and I love to share that with people that are also - just good coming together with people that you know believe in the same thing you do," said Bounds.
Music, fellowship and celebrating their common faith are what this school's "See You at the Pole" service is all about.
"No matter what the situation you're in, no matter how bad you think you are, you can always go to Him, turn to Him," said Venius.
According to their national website, FCA is an interdenominational organization that brings students and staff together to help their communities.