Thousands of students took to the stage for the 2019 School Spectacular in Sydney including the Border's own Laura Bunn last weekend.
The James Fallon High student was one of only 40 dancers from across the state selected for a featured performance in the arena show.
Albury High's Mattea Little and Aylisj Jorgensen were part of the 100-piece symphony orchestra who accompanied the show, while Murray High School's Rachel Mwenebyake, Ester Musemu, and Gracia Masudi honoured their roots by taking part in the African dance troop.
Schools Spectacular co-executive producer Jane Simmons said the theme of this year's performance was STARs. About 30,000 people packed Sydney's Qudos Bank Arena over the four performances.
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Those who missed out on seeing the show live will be able to see it when it airs nationally on Seven on Prime7 on December 7 at 7pm.
"For these students seeing the show they were part of is a real star moment," Ms Simmons said.
"We would love everybody to feel the power, enthusiasm and sheer enjoyment of these talented young people."
Ms Simmons said the annual School Spectacular showcased some of Australia's best emerging musical and dance talents.
"Every year people are amazed by what these students achieve," she said.