Indiana's Avon High School Shows School Pride with an Epic Lip Dub Video

These kids sure know how to show school pride. Indiana's Avon High School created an amazing lip dub video showcasing thousands of its students and even some staff dancing and lip-synching their way through the campus, and it's gone viral after it was uploaded to YouTube this past weekend — and it’s easy to see why.

In just a little less than seven minutes, the students manage to lip-sync to a whopping 68 (!!) different songs in a playlist comprised of pretty much every major pop and dance song of the last year or so, from Lorde’s "Royals" to Ylvis’ "The Fox (What Does The Fox Say?)” and everything in between.

As if that wasn’t awesome enough, the whole clip was reportedly done in only one single take. As in there’s not one single cut or edit in the entire time the camera was rolling. Wow! Seeing as the camera weaves through a bunch of halls and rooms and showcases hundreds of people, that must have taken some serious planning. Plus, there’s also the choreography (yes, there’s plenty of pre-planned dance moves) to consider!

What I like the best about the video though is that it seems to include literally everyone. Students representing all kinds of various sports, clubs, etc., all participated and are featured in the video. It's like a real-life (and much bigger) Breakfast Club. Gotta love that! I only wish my high school had been this cool.

Watch it in its entirety below and make sure you stick it out until the end. It’s the best part!

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