This “Avengers”-Themed Dance Team Performance Just Set a New Bar for Homecoming Assemblies Everywhere

Pep rallies are generally pretty fun. But at Walden Grove High School in Sahuarita, AZ, homecoming assemblies are on a different level. A slightly-too-long speech by the principal and the marching band's pitch-challenged rendition of "Seven Nation Army"? PLEASE. Instead, at Walden Grove, students are treated to a fabulous themed performance by the school's PAC Dance Team. And for the past few years, those homecoming numbers have absolutely shut down the internet.

This year, the group pulled off a Marvel-themed routine that referenced Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame, to the delight of everyone at the school and online:



Does the PAC Dance Team look familiar? Odds are good you've seen one of their previous viral homecoming performances (perhaps last year's Harry Potter-themed extravaganza?). Or maybe you caught them on "America's Got Talent" Season 13.

Here are some of their greatest hits:

"Harry Potter" Homecoming Assembly

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