Some stories may take a series that never took place in a high school and transplant the characters there.
A variant on this is to take a series where a high school was part of the setting, and makes it the primary setting.
So use these incipient summer days and weeks wisely and well……Troy Bolton: Ms.
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High/Middle School, depending on the ages of the cast.
This type of story may also occasionally remove anything and everything unusual in the original premise, though this is not necessarily a requirement.
These two are the movie, and an confused appearance by Janeane Garofalo only garbles the basic plot, which isn't wide enough to absorb her.Yet, I recall them with poignant clarity, so……(Jason raises his hand)Ms. Jason Cross: What’s your favorite summer memory, Ms. Unfortunately, this is my only job skill.(At Sharpay Evans’s locker)(Gabriella walks to Sharpay)Sharpay Evans: I understand you’ve moved every summer for the past five years. Alan Cummings bit part shows his true talent of being able to step into any role and fit in.The only place where the movie fails is too much time with Romy and Michelle in L.Another variant is taking a show with characters that were elementary or lower grammar school age and transplanting them to a high school setting.