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Last Upated: April 15, 2022
Celebrate National School Choice Week, January 23-29, 2022 by learning the official dance!
Do you love to dance? Love your school? Each year thousands of families and schools across America celebrate National School Choice Week by sharing their version of the official dance online in January.
This year’s choreography was developed by students from Burbank Middle School in Houston, Texas. Join in the fun with Yani, Briana, and their classmates as they show us the steps.
This year’s song is “The Biggest Moment of Our Lives.” You can download it for free by clicking the button below.
Once you’ve learned the moves with the step-by-step tutorial, practice with our dance-along video.
Make a video of your dance or host a virtual dance party and share it online using #schoolchoice. Perform the official dance moves, or make up your own! Have fun and thank you for celebrating with us!
Want your school to be considered for creating next year’s dance and tutorial video? We’d love to hear from you! Tag your dance video with #schoolchoicedance or send us a direct message on any social media platform.
Join Dan Levitan from Evergreen Charter School in Long Island, New York to see the version he created for his students.
No time to do the whole dance? Check out our TikTok challenge @schoolchoiceweek.
National School Choice Week is a not-for-profit effort to raise awareness of effective K–12 education options for children. We focus equally on traditional public schools, public charter schools, public magnet schools, private schools, online schools, and homeschools.
We partner with tens of thousands of schools, homeschool groups, and organizations to raise public awareness of school choice and of the importance of opportunity in K–12 education. Through fun events like school fairs, parent information nights, and dance performances, people like you help more people learn about their options or shine a spotlight on a great school.
"Shining a spotlight on effective educational options for every child"