High school is about to start back up and for some students, coming back to school can be scary and bring on feelings of nervousness and anxiety.
Two sorors of Delta Sigma Theta sorority in Albany, Georgia are working to fight those feelings of anxiety and worry by creating videos that get their students excited about their first day.
Audrianna Cobb and Callie Hamilton who teach at Monroe High School in Georgia teamed up with their students to create a back-to-school rap with full choreography for social media to get their incoming students hyped.
After getting posted on the @WatchTheYard Instagram account, their video racked up more than 50,000 views in less than 24 hours. These teachers and students held it down and officially put their school on the map!
Check out the full video for yourself below:
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