Students use Craigslist to put Scottsdale high school up for sale

May 19, 2018, 4:10 AM | Updated: May 20, 2018, 8:10 am
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PHOENIX — Students at a Scottsdale high school either pulled off an amusing prank or sent a message to their administrators by posting an ad on Craigslist selling their school.

The ad listing Chaparral High School “for sale by owner” was placed on the online classifieds on Wednesday.

We, the senior class of 2018 have decided to sell our high school. The money from the purchase will be used to better fund the rest of the SUSD education system (you’re welcome Desert Mountain).

Any extra money will be used for driving lessons to teach Seniors at Desert Mountain High School how to park properly.

Condition is used and abused.

Bad administration included.

Includes all physical buildings, and operations staff.

Good Teachers are also included.

Freshman, Sophomore & Junior classes included for use by buyer.

In addition, the students also listed the benefits of purchasing the building, including “multiple classrooms for you to learn minimal applicable things for your career path” and an “in-house nursing staff (they’re about as helpful as a sack of potatoes).” They also posted pictures of the school.

Looking to place an “offer?”

The students listed the school’s number, as well as the principal’s extension, as the contact number.

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Students use Craigslist to put Scottsdale high school up for sale