We told you about an issue with Cyberbullying on Twitter at Hidden Valley High School in Roanoke County.

After the story aired, we got bombarded with tweets from students at Hidden Valley about one twitter very special twitter account.

It's called "HVHSLove" and it's sort of an anti-cyber-bullying twitter handle.

Here's how it works:

Students will send a private message to the account saying nice things about their friends or other students.

The account will then publicly tweet the message, if it's nice, to more than 300 followers.

Administrators say this good spin on cyberbullying is welcomed.

Students say they know it's a little mushy, but the message is still important.

"We're cautiously optimistic that it will continue to move in the direction that it is right now which appears to be very favorable and very kindhearted towards our students," said Assistant Principal Josh Whitlow.

"It's a little cheesy but, I mean if it makes somebody feel better about themselves, then it's definitely worth it," said Kendall Moore.

Perhaps the coolest thing about this whole account, no one knows which student is running it.

We'll call it cyber-complimenting instead of cyberbullying.