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Donversity Rally 2024: A Celebration of Differences

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  • A Bolivian student shows his pride with the very vibrant flag of Bolivia.

  • Luke Bell (’24) represents his Brazilian background with a Brasil flag and jersey.

  • Two students represent their home country of Afghanistan.

  • Drum line was outside the gym, hyping up students before the rally.

  • Students anticipate the diverse performances put on by their fellow students.

  • The gym was packed with students for the Donversity Rally.

  • 2024 Donversity Rally MC Olivia Medinas (’24) keeps the audience engaged and excited with a free t-shirt throw.

  • Leadership students organized and decorated for the Donversity Rally, leaving no wall untouched with posters.

  • Bollywood Club, an audience favorite, organizes into a line before perfoming.

  • In an unexpected move, Cooper Mapes (’25) goes flying through the air as his Mr. Amador team launches him like a cheerleader.

  • Ukelele Club strums a fabulous performance, complete with matching outfits.

  • The ukelele team played the tunes of all kinds of songs, strumming crowd favorites by artists like Taylor Swift.

  • Ukelele club poses for a group picture.

  • After months of rehearsal and coordination, the Bollywood Club performed an unforgettable routine.

  • Team Mr. Amador poses as they wait for their performance to begin.

  • Hunter Selkow (’25) stuns viewers with his handsome style and dance moves.

  • Cooper Mapes (’25) smiles and dances for the 500-plus student crowd.

  • The audience scrambled to grab the Mr. Amador performer’s stylish hats and heart sunglasses after they were thrown off.

  • Peace out! Girl’s dance team poses for a pre-performance photo.

  • The girls dance team finishes their routine with a flashy move.

  • Students smile as they watch the performances.

  • Black Student Union told an empowering story to the tune of traditional drums.

  • Ballerinas graced the gym floor as they tip-toed their way through their breathtaking performances.

  • Katherine Foster (’24) stuns the crowd with impressive footwork and coordination during her ballerina dance routine.

  • The K-Pop dance team performed a fast paced and cool routine to tunes from BTS, Jay Park, and more.

  • Amador Valley Journalism writers Ritika Gupta (’24) and Max Dye (’26) pose for a picture while they capture the Donversity Rally.

  • Latino Club performed a Latin folk dance for the huge crowd.

  • Pairs of dancers simutaniously performed the same routine with their couple to create a fun-to-watch spectacle.

  • A coordinated dance by Latino Club ended with a stunning finishing pose.

  • Colorful Donversity posters adorned the walls of the gym.

  • Many performers recieved flowers from fans and family after their performances.

  • James Borris (’24) leads his fellow band students in the different exercises to get the school excited for the rally.

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