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PHOTOS: Valley Christian High School senior prank

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CHANDLER, Ariz. - Two Volkswagens and a Scion, not exactly what you'd expect to see in the school hallways, but that was the scene at Valley Christian High School.

"It was a combination between my friend Mike Izquierda and mine. We started off saying, let's get all the car in the courtyard, and I said let's do that and then I thought my car is small and Mike's car is small, why don't we get them in the school." said Cole Bradley.

A school employee, nobody, is saying who, helped by removing some doorposts allowing the cars to squeeze through. This happened Sunday evening, you can imagine what it was like on Monday morning.

"My car was one of the cars that were rolled into the hallway. I don't know if i am supposed to say anything because I don't want to get anyone in trouble."," said Tara Lau.

"Everyone was freaking out taking pictures with the cars, teachers taking pictures , it was really cool," said Lau.

This car parking job was a textbook case of a classy senior prank.

"I think it just shows our students know how to have fun while respecting our school and school property," said Bryan Winfrey.

And best of all, they got their cars back out.
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