The assembly, named after the notorious lip-syncing duo Milli Vanilli, featured a medley of themed performances by each class.
This was the competition’s 19th year.
Organizers said it’s one of the most anticipated events of the school year.
“I feel honored to be part of a team that’s building the culture at our school,” said competition organizer Hector Santiago. “We’re literally building a program, and an idea and a mentality that will last beyond my time.”
Students and staff spoofed “The Greatest Showman,” some 90s TV shows, and some classic hit songs.
The senior class won and will get a paid trip to California’s Great America park in Santa Clara.
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