And it is.
Collége Saint-Bernard in Drummondville, Quebec, pulled students from kindergarten through high school and all the staff to create a 1,500-strong "Cups" choir.
The performance includes kids "cupping" while underwater, in a gym and on the playground – there's even a group of cheerleaders clapping and stacking.
The group set a new world record with the event, which is a) laudable, and b) a wonderfully specific record to set. Kudos!