Students post school for sale on Craigslist
High-school seniors take an unofficial, end-of-year tradition to an all new level of awesomeness.
Students at one Chesapeake, Va., high school scored extra credit for creativity with their senior prank. They put their school up for sale on Craigslist.
The ad, which was flagged nearly 12 hours after it was posted, read:
Hello we are selling Hickory High School to the highest bidder. We are raising money to help all the graduating seniors.
The contact number listed was the school’s front office.
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Chesapeake School District officials told NewsChannel 3 they believe the ad is a senior prank.
“That’s by far the funniest thing I’ve ever heard of,” Henry Rogers, a Hickory High School senior, told NewsChannel 3.
Nicely played, seniors. Nicely played.
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Photo: The Craigslist ad showing Hickory High School for sale (WTKR, http://aka.ms/highschoolprank)
Wow how much more ignorant can kids get today. Maybe their senior prank or outrageous behaviors would be better off without all thier tech toys.
I am curious are there any HS grads out there who can function and think logically without their tech toys????
God Bless the 60's 70's and 80's we made it through and without tech yet under the influence of too much rock, fried brains and extra curricular things but we made it through went to college and found success all without tech toys!!!!!!!!
Now their extra curricular is made in basement and all are connected to tech toys-----do they have any true future that mom and dad have not padded for them-----only time will tell!!!!!!!!!!!
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