Over seven and a half thousand of the region's students have taken to the stage for KROP, over the 15 years of performances.
Check out a video of rehearsals below, before their sell-out performances on Friday:
Coordinator Robyn Schmetzer said the annual event has once again been an excellent example of collaboration between schools across the Griffith area.
The displays are set to present challenging messages in a thought provoking and entertaining way, and will showcase the talents of students in creative arts.
KROP THROUGH THE YEARS:
Speaking to students backstage at the Kids Rapt On Performing (KROP) performances on Thursday you could feel the nervous excitement build. Read about their experiences here.
For Year 7 student John Samuela Kirby and Sasha Halliburton from Year 10 in Murrumbidgee Regional High School (Wade site), the message made it all the more powerful.
Leeton High School engaged in a high energy rendition of 'Love Shack', which is set to leave a lasting impression for Year 12 students Jakeb Steele and Tahnee Walsh.
Yanco Agricultural High School's Emma Dixon had the chance to put her musical distance educations studies to good use, single-handedly choreographing and writing a performance piece for drums.
The full list of schools attending this year are as follows:
- Ariah Park Central School
- Barellan Central School
- Beckom Public School
- Binya Public School
- Goolgowi Public School
- Griffith Public School
- Lake Cargelligo Public School
- Leeton High School
- Leeton Public School
- Murrumbidgee High School (Griffith)
- Murrumbidgee High School (Wade)
- Narrandera Public School
- Narrandera High School
- Tharbogang Public School
- Yanco Agricultural High School
- Yanco Public School
- Yenda Public School