The Class of 2015 went out with a bang at Kahuku High and Intermediate School in Hawaii. With a medley of pop and hip-hop songs, the graduating class gave a show-stopping performance to commemorate the completion of their school year. From an interpretation of Wiz Khalifa’s “See You Again,” to Bruno Mars’ “Uptown Funk,” the graduates turned the ceremony into a performance that has now gone viral.
In perhaps the most lit portion of the string of songs, the graduates danced to Silento’s “Watch Me” (6:20 mark), complete with the whip, nae-nae, stanky leg, and Soulja Boy’s infamous “Superman” dance. The nearly ten-minute performance ended with the boys losing their robes for a haka dance, a traditional Maori war step-like routine.
But this tradition is apparently ongoing at Kahuku, as student took to Twitter to congratulate the graduates and commend the school for their #graduationgoals:
— Alana Aluli (@alala_lana) May 31, 2015
Kahuku has always been graduation goals it’s just that this class did it better. https://t.co/IviSfkFaPA
— Pomaikai Zarko (@_pomaikai__) May 30, 2015
KAHUKU ALWAYS HAS HANDS DOWN THE BEST GRADUATION CEREMONY EVER #co2015
— ceelowc (@chrisgeezy_) May 29, 2015
— jaida cook (@jaidaaa96_) May 30, 2015
Kahuku graduation always makes me wish I went there lol no one does it like they do
— Ella Vaitai (@ellasmoe) May 29, 2015
Who said graduation can’t be lit? Watch the full video above.