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Lip dub video showcases Churchill students

Lip dub video showcases Churchill students

In a show of unity and spirit, over 2,000 Churchill High School students gathered to create a lip dub, or a video that combines lip synching and audio dubbing to make a music video.

The North East ISD campus was buzzing with activity as 2,222 students collaborated to create a 12-minute video that highlights the school’s academic and athletic activities. Students from 32 student organizations from the speech club to the swim club can be seen singing to Darryl Hall and John Oates’s rendition of “You Make My Dreams Come True.”

“This video demonstrates the incredible commitment of students to extra curricular activities at Churchill,” said James Barton, assistant principal.

The video was produced by Ed Kolovoson and Chris Stewart with Robin Morriss as executive producer. Emileigh Potter was the director/cinematographer.

To view the lip-synch video with behind the scenes, click HERE.

Read the entire story at NEISD Community News.

Photo Courtesy: North East ISD