Grandville High School Does Lip Dub

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ghs lip dub.jpegGRANDVILLE, Mich. — Students at Grandville High School put their choreography skills to the test when they did a lip dub that they posted on YouTube this week.

The students lip synched and danced throughout the school, complete with costumes and props like oversize glasses, sombreros, light sabers and colorful wigs.

The video begins with students lip synching to Pink’s “Perfect,” and transitions into a number of other songs, including “In the Middle” by Jimmy Eat World, “Hall of Fame” by The Script and of the Black Eyed Peas and “Firework” by Katy Perry, which features a choreographed dance in the school’s gym.

According to the YouTube page for the school’s AV program, the video tells the story of a girl who feels like an outcast. Through encouragement from the students in the video, she finds the confidence to realize that we all are different, which makes us alike.

According to the page, all of the videos on the YouTube page were produced by students who are part of the school’s AV program.





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    • Terry

      They don't make them for you. They make them to bring their student body together and create a fun memory of high school. The idea is to just bring attention to the fact that even though people are different, they can come together for a common cause. A lesson this country could use.

  • Samantha

    too bad GHS doesn't practice what it preaches. They will do anything to make themselves look like the perfect school. Someone really should see how many kids have left because they had been bullied there!!!!!!

    • Terry

      Sorry you feel that way. Grandville is trying to practice this and they are far from perfect. There are over 1800 students there. As in every school, there are bullies and those who are bullied. Maybe if you listened to the words of the songs, you'd see that they don't think they're perfect. But thanks for pointing that out.

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