Te Puke High School's stage will rock next week, with students belting out their favourite songs — without a word being sung.

Lip Sync Challenge is a popular annual event at the school, with a full programme on show on March 27 and 28.

"Motivated, enthusiastic and talented students will demonstrate their way of re-interpreting an endless variety of songs through lip sync," says arts co-ordinator Amy Lewin.

"You are going to smile, laugh and applaud, and be surprised as you enjoy this high quality show the students have put all their hearts and work into."


Spectacular costumes, sharp choreography and dance moves, strong story-telling and humour are the elements that this year's group are hoping will take them to success.

On Tuesday, every member of the audience will receive a people's choice voting form which will be collected on the night and counted the next day.

With the same show on night two, the three guest judges will be judging the Wednesday performances and the judges' and People's Choice prizes will be presented that night.

The limited number of tickets are being sold at the school office

"At $4 a ticket, this is about the best value for money family entertainment on offer," says Amy.