High School's Epic Lip Dub Video Includes Huge High School Musical Finale

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This is beyond amazing. Broken Arrow High School in Oklahoma found the absolute best way to show their school spirit – by making an epic lip dub video to end all others.

The video kicks off with some establishing shots before following one student in the doors for a quiet solo of "Fight Song"...then things really kick into gear, as various teams, clubs, and groups at the school get in on the lip dub action.

Among the songs used are Miley Cyrus' "We Can't Stop, Kanye West's "We Don't Care," and Walk the Moon's "Shut Up and Dance," but it's the school-wide performance of a High School Musical song and dance that really steals the show.

In the video description, it's explained that it was shot over a 3 week period, adding, "The final song and dance scene was shot on the Friday of Homecoming week as the entire school gathered in the gym to perform the hit song from High School Musical, "We're All In This Together.'"

Video production manager Greg Spencer told the school's newspaper: "We wanted to create something different this year that wasn't the typical lip dub. I wanted to incorporate as many students as possible. Our main goal was to create something visually interesting that represents how engaged and spirited the student body has become. I really think we accomplished that."

Mission accomplished, we'd say.

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