Missouri students put school for sale online

School prank

Graduation season is here, and we’re hearing about senior pranks from high schools around the country. This year’s popular trend — putting the school up for sale.

Some students from a Missouri high school put an ad up on Craigslist to say their school was officially on the market.

The price tag was pretty cheap, considering everything that came with it. For just $2,014, the right buyer would get 57 rooms and 7 bathrooms. The advertisers also said it would be a great estate for children and pets.

According to the ad, the district is putting the school up for sale because the seniors are graduating, and, “without them, we are nothing.”

The superintendent of the school says no one is being punished because it’s a harmless prank.

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