'Brave' Music Video Wins 2020 CASE Circle of Excellence Bronze Award

Archer's "Brave" music video won a 2020 CASE Circle of Excellence Bronze Award. Archer was the only independent school among universities to win in the category this year and in the history of the category, which was introduced in 2017.
The music video was part of the Grand Opening celebration of Archer's Diana Meehan Center in the spring of 2019. The song was performed by students from our Upper School a cappella group, The Unaccompanied Minors, and student dancers who also choreographed the piece. 

Judges said they were impressed by the ambitious nature of the video and the balance between choreography, spontaneous moments, and shots of campus. "It's an uplifting piece that would leave alumni and current students with a sense of pride in their school," judges said.

Nearly 600 CASE members from 28 countries submitted their work this year to be considered for an award.

The video also won a silver award in January from InspirED, an international organization for independent schools' marketing and communications.
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