Borger High School Captures both the Past and the Future in 2019 Lip Dub Video 

     Each year seniors at Borger High School are encouraged by the administrators to start a tradition or leave their mark in some unique way.  Previous classes have started yearly traditions such as the Borger High School Day of Caring (Class of 2013) and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Walk (Class of 2014).  Other classes have held one-time community service events such as Crutches for Africa (Class of 2014) and a talent show that raised money for Autism Speaks (Class of 2016).  The Class of 2017 decided to bury a time capsule.  These events are totally student organized and led.
This year, the Class of 2019 decided to do a lip dub.  The Class of 2015 first produced a lip dub that was highly successful and helped capture the spirit of the school and the students that year.  For those not familiar with lip dubs they are short, fun videos set to music.  Different sports and student groups are featured lip syncing to music.  This most recent lip dub is unique in that it captured forever many parts of the high school’s original building just days prior to their demolition due to renovation.  While you watch, be sure and note the iconic original entrance, the front entryway and the mirror at the end of the hallway that has featured many student reflections over the years.
This lip dub was filmed and produced during the last two weeks of the year at many locations in and around the high school.  Several scenes were filmed at the new Bulldog Stadium showing the future for BHS students.  These new facilities captured in the lip dub include the football field, the home stands, the state-of-the-art weight room, the wrestling room, and the film room.  Also included in the filming are the Tex Hanna Gym, the ag farm (soon to be replaced), the tennis courts, the Auto Tech shop, a newly renovated classroom, the Phillips Golf Course, Frank Phillips College, and the baseball field.  One unique scene features all the class officers from each grade level, the 2019 Student Council and several of the construction workers who are currently renovating the high school in front of the iconic entrance where students have entered since 1948.  The students wanted to include the construction workers because they had been a huge part of their senior year.
Borger High School wants to thank the hard-working seniors who made this happen: 
Raegan Cantu for her vision and her role as director, creative artist, editor, and videographer.  Keller Rhoton for his hard work as a set coordinator and for his drone footage.  Hunter Martin for his organization, logistical support, and work as a set coordinator.
Go to Borger ISD’s webpage or Borger High School’s webpage to view the video or click on the link below:

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Posted by rebecca.calder On 17 June, 2019 at 3:18 PM