Tennessee high school students to work on 'Hannah Montana' movie set

FRANKLIN, Tenn. (AP) -- Part of teen star Miley Cyrus' new film will be shot at Franklin High School.

Williamson County schools spokeswoman Carol Birdsong told school board members Thursday that shooting will begin after May 26.

But fans hoping to get a glimpse of the 'Hannah Montana' star will be out of luck. Birdsong says the set will be closed and the security tight.

An exception will be made for seven students from the school who are studying media arts. They will be allowed on the set to shoot their own video and interview staff about their jobs.


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