High School Teachers Share the Wackiest Things Kids Have Done in Class (PHOTOS)

kids at a desk in classOn their worst days, teens can be rebellious, sullen, fiercely independent, or just plain awkward. But they're also still kids, trying to figure out who they are, and sometimes acting in mind-boggling, hilarious ways as a result. High school teachers know this fact intimately. It's something they'll tell you keeps their jobs as educators both interesting and challenging! Thankfully, they also get a kick out of their students' wacky moves from time-to-time.

Here, high school teachers reveal the craziest, boldest, most jaw-dropping thing their students have ever done in class ...

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What's the craziest thing your teen -- or one of their friends, maybe -- has ever done in class?


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It's all fun. I started writing "In the long run, we are all dead" by John Meynard Keynes on all my exam papers in high school. Another game I had was to read a book in English in my Sophomore Spanish class. The game was, if the teacher ever asked me a question I couldn't immediately and correctly answer in Spanish, I would put the book away. He never did. I got a 99.9% grade in that class, and since I participated when called on and got those grades, he let me do whatever I wanted.

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