WATCH: High School Students Take a Few (Many, Actually) Steps Backward to Show School Pride

You won't be able to take your eyes off of Foothill High Falcon's 'Lip Dub' video.

Screenshot of the Foothill Lip Dub on YouTube.
Screenshot of the Foothill Lip Dub on YouTube.

Students at Foothill High recently made a video to show off their school pride for 2014.

What is so amazing about the video? The film, which features a catchy musical montage of popular songs spotlighting students lip-synching while dancing backwards throughout the entire school was filmed in only two takes.

All of the school sports teams were represented in the 7 minute, 55 second video posted on YouTube. Each of the Falcons shown were either in a costume, school colors or a uniform.

Every student in the school was afforded the opportunity to take part in the video, according to Foothill High School Principal Jason Krolikowski. 

"In my entire career of 15 years (and four different high schools) I have never been involved in such a schoolwide display of spirit and unity," Krolikowski said. "The lip-dub goes down as my all-time favorite day as an educator.  We are very proud of what our staff and students accomplished."

The elaborate video was directed by Danielle Dieke and Olivia Larsen. Sameer Mahawar is listed as the editor and Director of Photography for the video.

Do you recognize any Foothill students in the video? Were you in the video? Tell us in the comments section.

Past Patch articles about Foothill students:
d June 02, 2014 at 11:28 PM
terrific video good job
d June 02, 2014 at 11:28 PM
terrific video good job
Donna Fleming June 03, 2014 at 02:11 PM
Great job. School Spirit. Former Foothill HS parent. !
Diane Griego June 08, 2014 at 11:18 AM
This is the kind of no boundary liberal mentality that has damaged this once great country. Tolerance has replaced morality and has killed more people from imitation sex then any bullying ever has. But it is easier to go along as any coward can do but it takes courage and listening to your conscience to speak against what your heart is telling you is wrong.


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