- Graduates of San Jose National High School ended their ceremony with a fun dance number
- The unexpected graduation rites went viral in social media
- Netizens were impressed with the students' unique way to make their graduation extra memorable
Every graduating class usually have a grad song to commemorate their time together.
Normally, it's a nostalgic ballad meant to make the students reminisce about the good times in their high school life.
And they usually end with tears and emotional singing.
But it's a different scenario for students of San Jose National High School on April 6.
Instead, they ended their graduation ceremony in a celebratory flash mob!
A video of the whole graduating batch dancing to a medley of songs like (I've Had) The Time of My Life, Best Day of My Life, and We're All in This Together went viral online.
It's clear from the video that the graduates are enjoying themselves as they dance their hearts out in celebration.
The chosen songs perfectly captured the joys and camaraderie of high school.
In fact, some netizens got nostalgic and wished they could relive their high school graduation with something like this.
Some netizens also praised the teachers and principal who were cool enough to let the students break tradition.
The original video was uploaded by one of the teachers of the school.
It has now reached 2.2 million views and has been shared more than 61,000 times.
Other Facebook pages have also picked up and reposted the video.
Doctors had no idea what's wrong with Angelo. His mom is in pain watching her son suffer. This family needs money for appropriate medical checkup that would allow to set diagnosis. All together we can help! Find Marlyn Rosamiran's contact details in the end of the video.
I am bigger than my illness - Angelo - on KAMI YouTube Channel