Vista Murrieta receives $25,000 grant for winning spirit contest
A video and a little school spirit has resulted in Vista Murrieta High receiving a $25,000 grant in winning the Varsity Brands’ “America’s Most Spirited High School Contest” award.
A pep rally was held Friday morning alerting the students to the honor.
High schools across the country had to submit a 90-second video, a 500-word essay, two letters of recommendation and several photos demonstrating their school spirit.
Vista Murrieta, the school that has produced Su’a Cravens and Michael Norman, was the winner.
See the video above.
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