Addison Bethea was scalloping on a beach near her home in Perry when she was attacked by a shark, requiring the amputation of her lower right leg.
Noble's mother said the teen was "so happy to be back with her friends, team and coaches," more than six months since the accident that left her paralyzed.
The teen, who has been unable to walk since an accident in September 2021, said practicing to be part of the cheer team again had been a "rollercoaster" of emotions.
One of the aims of the celebration is to enable wheelchair users to celebrate the positive impact a wheelchair has in their lives.
The five-month anniversary of Noble's accident came as a fundraiser set up to generate money for the family reached nearly $220,000 in donations.
The paralyzed cheerleader's trainer surprised her by taking her to a specialized gym in Texas, run by David Vobora, a former NFL linebacker.
"I decided to get a cross on my C6 [vertebra] to represent the place that could've ended Makayla's life," her sister, Myriah Noble, said in an Instagram post.
"Whether that's with a machine or my family helping me, I have that in my brain and I'm going to do that one way or another," the 17-year-old cheerleader said.
Noble, a world champion cheerleader, has received an outpouring of support from people in her local community, around the country, and even further afield.
The 17-year-old from Texas told viewers she was "grieving the things that I've lost," but wanted to share the bad times as well as the good.
The bride and her team of cheerleaders danced to a medley of Beyoncé songs for the crowd in attendance.
"You never know what's going to happen in the future and I never thought this would happen to me," said the 17-year-old who suffered a severe spinal cord injury in 2021.
The Prosper resident said the hardest struggle of her recovery mentally was having to learn "the easy things" again.
The mayor of the teenager's hometown of Prosper, Texas, declared December 17 as Makayla Noble Day because of the bravery she had shown after her freak accident.
Noble suffered a severe spinal cord injury in September practicing a difficult gymnastics move, leaving her paralyzed from the chest down.
The high school cheerleader from Prosper said she instantly knew she was paralyzed when she landed on her neck.
A fundraiser set up to help with the 17-year-old Texas resident's medical expenses has surpassed $200,000 in donations.
The teenager had to try and sit up on her own, which the family said was " much more" difficult than she expected.
"Thanksgiving may look different than we thought, but we still have a lot to be thankful for," the teenager's mother said.
The teenager suffered a severe spinal cord injury on September 20, which left her paralyzed from the chest down and unable to move her hands.
The teen, who suffered severe spinal cord injury in September, has returned home from hospital for the first time since her accident.
After several weeks of rehabilitation, the 17-year-old can now lift her arms and also has feeling in her legs.
The teenager suffered a severe spinal cord injury in September that left her paralyzed from the chest down.
A fundraiser set up by a family friend to help with the 17-year-old's medical expenses has received more than 2,200 separate donations.
The 17-year-old Prosper, Texas, resident said her perspective on life has changed since the freak accident in September in which she was paralyzed.
On Monday, Makayla Noble's family said the 17-year-old had a "great day with therapy" and was "crushing goals."
Noble is currently in rehab after suffering a severe spinal cord injury that left her paralyzed from the chest down.
The 17-year-old from Texas, who suffered a severe spinal cord injury in a tumbling accident, is undergoing physical, occupational and speech therapy.
"The thing that was so disturbing was it was children," one parent said. "Whether they are high school, elementary school or middle school—they're children."
The teenager's family said she had an "amazing day" as she recovers from a spinal injury she sustained in September.