Fayetteville-Manlius High School joins the fight against cancer.

The school hosted a Relay for Life Saturday benefitting the American Cancer Society.

There was food, live music, and activities in classrooms.

Participants could play mini-golf, indoor bowling, and even throw pies at their teachers.

Organizers say it was all made possible thanks to a lot of hard work by some dedicated students.

"To see a group of thirty students come and work literally the entire year, starting in September almost every day after school is really inspirational,” said Relay For Life Co-Chair Ben Gnacik. “Some of them have an attachment within their family to cancer, some of them just do it because they think it's a great cause, and I think for any survivor who comes here, it's really touching to see that kind of support."

It's the school's fifth time hosting a Relay For Life. Over the years, the school has raised $300,000.