Watch The Epic 12-Song Lip Dub Video Featuring More Than 2,000 High School Students

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What a way to show school spirit!

More than half of the entire school body at an Oklahoma High School came together to form an epic 12-minute long lip dub video.

About 2,000 students from Broken Arrow High School participated in the video that took months to plan and three weeks to film.

“We wanted to make a lip dub that featured how positive our school spirit is and how good it is at our school,” senior Ranim Shawareb, 17, told INSIDE EDITION.

Shawareb is part of the student organization COLABASH, which helped plan the months-long project.

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BAHS Leadership Teacher Spencer VanDolah, who with Director of Student Life and Activities Jason Jedamski coordinated the project, said the student body was extraordinarily dedicated to putting on a fantastic performance.

“This was something that they could come together for and be a part of something that’s bigger than themselves, and it is a great memory,” VanDolah said.

Filmed by Video Production Manager-Greg Spencer, different groups from the school had the chance to put their spin on popular songs including Walk the Moon’s ‘Shut Up and Dance’ and Kanye West’s ‘All of the Lights.’

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Even the staff got involved, dancing and singing to Silento’s ‘Watch Me.’

“Everyone feels super spirited right now and we just hope it continues to pick up speed,” VanDolah said.

The incredible video culminated with a huge dance sequence to High School Musical’s ‘We’re All in This Together’ that was filmed at the end of Homecoming Week.

“What better song to show that we’re all in this together, than well, ‘We’re All in This Together?’” Shawareb laughed.

VanDolah agreed, saying: “I think it’s something they’ll remember forever."

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