In retaliation of ‘crappy’ education, students craps on school property


Officials at Mac.Robertson Girls’ High School in Australia are disgusted by the behavior of one of their students who has been repeatedly leaving feces around school bathrooms since February.

Other students are starting to encourage the girl’s unsanitary protest after she left a letter by each of her droppings on Monday clarifying the motivation for her behavior. According to a student from the high school who spoke to on the condition of anonymity, the protest was meant to make a statement about the school’s poor standards.

“I know I have resorted to the most extreme method to make a symbolic point but you NEVER listen to student [sic] voice,” the note began. “We all know you’re not going to do anything, but at least my behavior has punished the school for what it has done.”

The teachers were subsequently treated to a harsh critique of their work.

“The teachers are s–t, so I have left symbolic droppings of what the education is like at this school. CRAP!!!” the note continued.

With a reputation as one of the most prestigious schools in Australia, the story is a poor look for school principal Dr. Toni Meath, who says her school is “one of the highest performing schools in Australia.”

A student interviewed by said that the students, not the teachers, are what makes the school so great.

“Although we receive the highest marks of the state, it’s because of the students; in general, the majority of the teachers are unhelpful. The teaching methods are really inefficient. The person in the letter is definitely not wrong.”

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