Get out the tissues because you’re about to ugly cry when you see this heartwarming video.

After Courtney “Coco” Johnson finished her last round of chemotherapy, her friends and family helped her celebrate in a big way. They lined the streets of her neighborhood as Johnson drove home, clapping and cheering for her along the way.

Johnson, who lives in Pasadena, California, is battling Ewing sarcoma, a type of cancer that forms in the bones or in the soft tissue surrounding the bones (in Johnson’s case, it was a tumor in her left femur). She was diagnosed the day after she finished eighth grade and had to undergo multiple rounds of chemo, as well as two surgeries.

Because of her illness and the rigorous treatment, she had to spend her first year of high school studying from home.

As she left Children’s Hospital Los Angeles for the last time, her nurses and other medical staff sent her home with a song:

You can see the look of surprise on her face when Johnson realizes this “reverse parade” is for her.

“I was just completely overwhelmed,” she told BuzzFeed News. “I wasn’t expecting anything, and I was just so surprised and grateful that everyone showed up to celebrate me.”

According to her mom April Danz, Johnson also recently had her medical port removed, which means her cancer treatment is officially, officially complete.

If that doesn’t warm your heart, I don’t know what will!

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