BUCKEYE, AZ - Can you hear Verrado High School ROAR?
On Sept. 6, ABC's "Good Morning America" and pop star Katy Perry teamed up to challenge high schools across the country to create the best music video using Perry’s song “Roar.”
The school that creates the best two-minute video will win a live Perry concert at their school on Oct. 25.
Verrado High School in Buckeye saw this challenge and decided to create their own rendition.
A Verrado student told ABC15 their video showcases a senior born with a learning disability, who has become an inspiration on their campus.
She has been on the cheerleading team all four years and has been its heart and soul.
The contest ends Oct. 1, and the winner will be notified Oct. 10.
Watch the video:
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