Churchill High School in San Antonio is ready for Katy Perry to hear them "Roar." Students produced a video set to the singer's newest single as a submission for a "Good Morning America" contest for the chance to have Perry put on a concert at their school.
GMA's call for entries has had submissions flooding in from around the country. This morning, Verrado High School in Buckeye, Ariz. was announced as the first finalist for the chance to have Perry put on a concert at their school. Verrado's entry featured Megan Squire, a cheerleader who has Down syndrome.
"There's just so many different types of kids coming together to make these videos, and it's inspiring to see people just having a great time smiling, being joyful, hopeful, not being kind of weighed down by" the potential pitfalls of high school, Perry told "GMA" on Sept. 30.
In Churchill's video, students from organizations can be seen showcasing their talents as they lip-synch to Perry's song. According to Churchill's Facebook page, the school's Parliament produced the video, "filled with plenty of school pride."
Perry and “GMA” will pick the winning video and broadcast the concert live on “GMA” on Oct. 25 — which also happens to be Perry’s 29th birthday.