It has become a some-what tradition high school senior to get a bit creative in their ways of celebrating the graduation. Most of these creative celebrations involves decorating the campus, dressing up, or playing other playful pranks on their teachers. A group of students at St. Andrew's School in Middletown, Delaware, thought outside the box. The mischievous seniors snuck into their principal's house late one night and set up camp in her living room, leading to a stunning surprise that has now gone viral.
In the video, we see St Andrews' Headmistress, Mrs Joy McGrath, open the door and face a sea of giddy teenagers. Understandably shaken, she quickly closes the door to recover. When she returns, the first thing she says to the elders is, "Good morning, bunnies." The room fills with laughter, and McGrath quickly singles out one person, adding, "You're the one with the most problems." that she means her husband, who probably helped the pensioners with their plans.
"How long have you been here?" McGrath asks the students. They reveal that they arrived around 1:00 am and the principal is skeptical that she didn't hear them enter the house. After the initial shock wears off, it's clear that McGrath has a close bond with his students, as they joke and laugh a lot in the video. "It's the most beautiful thing I've ever seen," she tells them.
The epic idea came about after McGrath invited teenagers over to his home at midnight after prom. "Mrs. McGrath invited us all to breakfast at 12 p.m.,” says Kai-Chun “Austin” Chuang, the student who filmed the prank. They looked at each other and said, "Hmmm." Luckily, McGrath quickly fell asleep when she mentioned that she even overslept her own joke with the elders in 1992.