An El Paso school is hoping pop music superstar Katy Perry likes their lip dub video of “Roar” enough to award it a live concert by her. Katy Perry and “GMA” are holding a competition for high schools, asking them to create their own videos of her top hit for a chance to win a live performance.

Students from the senior class of Harmony Science Academy -- whose mascot is fittingly a tiger -- took the challenge and submitted their rendition to Good Morning America. “We want Katy Perry to know we get the song and we live through her words every day,” they wrote on the video description.

Whichever school video is chosen will get a Katy Perry performance at that school on or about October 25, with the concert being broadcast on “GMA.”