Pupils from north-east schools will be dancing to become champions at the J Rock and Rock Challenge finals next month.
Nine Aberdeenshire schools will be competing in the events which aim to show youngsters they can have a good time without drugs or crime.
The arts project gives young people from every school the opportunity to perform a dance and drama production to music in a professional venue, prior to the Scottish final of Rock Challenge which takes place on Friday, June 14.
Kemnay Academy, Fraserburgh Academy and Mackie Academy are among the nine schools competing.
In the Scottish J Rock final on Saturday, June 15, Longside Primary School in Fraserburgh, Mintlaw Primary School, St Andrews Primary School in Fraserburgh), Maud School in Peterhead and Strichen School will be among the participants.
Thousands of pupils, teachers and members of the community were involved in the eight event heats which have already taken place.
The final, held in Caird Hall, Dundee, will welcome 1,500 students for their performances.
Rock Challenge event manager, Charlotte Payne said: “We have seen some outstanding performances this year and I cannot wait to see what the schools bring to the stage for our Scottish finals.
“This year is particularly exciting as we are holding our first ever Scottish J Rock Final.
“The spirit and passion of the students this year has been amazing and I think every student, teacher and community member should be proud of all they have achieved.”