CLEVELAND - Katy Perry and "Good Morning America" issued a challenge to high school across the country, to let them hear your school roar.
North Olmsted High school students answered the call by creating a lib-dub video for the “ Roar with Katy Perry ” contest. Their video highlights the challenges that high school students face every day, including struggles with grade, bullying and peer pressure. The video encourages students to get to know their classmates, and conquer their four year as a unified, roaring force.
The school with the winning video will earn a free Katy Perry concert at their school on Oct. 25.
You can see North Olmsted High school's full video here.
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