"Everyone in the school was involved, so all of the clubs and organizations were represented in the hallways," said student organizer Jacob Gurley.
Frenship High School's 2,100 students grooved through the halls of the high school and out to the football field, first to the beat of Pharell's "Happy" and then to their drumline.
Organizers say it a huge success.
"It was so much fun the kids were loud and crazy, and I think they had a great time, which is most important," said choreographers Courtney Ferguson and Drew Weesner.
"It turned out awesome there was a whole lot of energy, messy," said Gurley.
"I think the overall feedback by the end was positive and everybody just had a great time," said organizer Jordan Hernandez.
The school even a rented a helicopter to take the final picture. They hope to have the final edit done next week, then graduating and seniors will get the first look.
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