One lucky San Diego high school will win a private performance thanks to SDCCU Classroom Heroes and Channel 933

SDCCU® is proud to present the SDCCU High School Musical Artist Takeover with In Real Life

SDCCU Classroom Heroes and Channel 933 are teaming up to give students at one San Diego high school an unforgettable day! The school with the most spirit will win a private performance from one of today’s hottest bands—In Real Life!
Entries are now being accepted for San Diego County high schools to have a chance to win a private performance with In Real Life, a popular boy band known for their hit songs “Eyes Closed” and “Tattoo (How ‘Bout You),” who are also slated to perform on May 11 at the Channel 933 Summer Kick Off Concert, presented by SDCCU. Featured Summer Kick Off Concert artists include: The Chainsmokers, Ne-Yo, Miguel, Meghan Trainor, Iggy Azalea, Troye Sivan and Lauv. In addition to the performance, SDCCU is giving the winning school a $1,000 award! Now through April 20, students, teachers and parents can enter for a chance to win by visiting
SDCCU Classroom Heroes™ is a program set forth by San Diego County Credit Union® (SDCCU), San Diego’s largest locally-owned financial institution, to honor deserving teachers and recognize the importance of education in shaping the future of today’s youth and contributing to a strong and thriving economy for years to come.
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