High School Video Roundup in Mission Viejo

One student wrote an election song, others talk about global politics, and there's a major track meet, wrestling highlights and more in this video roundup

The end of the school year is rapidly approaching. Misison Viejo students seem to be feeling the excitement, and are being featured on videos around the Internet.

Here are some videos showing off the various talents of our students, from music to sports to politics:

  • Bryce for Vice: In this video a student croons his qualifications for student body vice president. "I'll admit the administration can be a pain in the butt, but I'm going to fix that," he sings. Looks like the song worked--he got elected!
  • Mission Viejo Drumline: They're known for avant-garde performances. How avant garde? This season the show was all about Tokyo's underground flood control system. "They actually nicknamed it the underground tempo--temple," longtime drumline instructor Mike Jackson says. Freudian slip?
  • Global Dilemmas: For some headier stuff, turn to this video of the Mission Viejo High Global Studies program, where some informed freshmen talk about world politics. Then the camera gets turned to some students outside the class--some answer questions about world politics pretty well, some not so much.
  • Wrestling: You can check out all the highlights from Trabuco Hills High's wrestling season in this video featuring the team's seniors. Or you can watch the inspiring talent of the freshman/sophomore team here.
  • Track and Field: You can check out 10 inspiring videos shot in high quality from Mission Viejo High's recent track and field meet. To make finding your favorite sport easier, here's a breakdown of the events:


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