Jonah tells of his life ambition to be a professional when he is older, and that he is only stupid because he chooses not to be smart. He claims that he gets into trouble because the teachers are. Ja'mie is taken to classes and shown around the school by Ashley, and tries to fit in with Ashley and her friends during lunch. Her friend from Hilford, Brianna, arrives by car to pick her up and Ja'mie tells her friends to stay at the gate to avoid being seen with her. He kept it a secret until now because he didn't want the disabled dog in the musical.
At the school gate, Doug has a quick word with Jonah and wishes him luck in Tonga. He sees himself as undervalued by the school and insults Ms Murray before handing in his letter of resignation and storming out of her office. Three weeks later on the last day of term, it is Gumnut Cottage's story day and Jonah's friend Leon is shown finishing reading his story. G, meanwhile, Ja'mie sets up for the year 11 formal with a few of her friends in the teacher's lounge. Despite his rude and disrespectful behavior towards her in some times, Jonah thinks that she's one of the maddest teachers in the world and finally does a little breakdance in front of her at the end of class whom she seems to be impressed of. Celine is then revealed to be still alive after being hit by the car, but is now forced to use a wheelchair for her back legs.
The following is a list of episodes of the Australian television series. He is then sent to the sick bay to have a chat to the school nurse. Jessica and Celine's death scene then performed with Mr G publicly shaming Rodney as causing Celine's death. The capsule is then shown being buried, with staff and students looking on. G the Musical revealing that Toby will be playing the lead role as Mr.
With his best friend, Leon, Jonah is also enrolled at Gumnut Cottage for remedial reading lessons five periods a week with Ms Jan Palmer, who seems to understand Jonah better than her fellow teachers and begins to form a connection with him. He took the offer of the 'Creative Coordinator of the Drama Department' title and has moved his office and drama room to one of the former special education portable classrooms, which he calls his 'Gregson Performing Arts Centre', after most of the special education students were removed from the school because Mr G again put faeces on the floor of the classroom. G resorts to drastic measures when he feels his authority is undermined; and Jonah returns from suspension without much change in his behavior. Jonah is finally pressured into revealing that he to get out of doing his English assignment. It lampoons Australian high school life and many aspects of the human condition and is filmed in a documentary style, with non-actors playing supporting characters. Later that night Ja'mie shows up to the formal in a limo with her ex-boyfriend Sebastian, and the formal night goes on normally.
Margaret sees him from her office and comes out to speak with him in his car, where she asks him to reconsider his resignation and offers him the title of 'Creative Coordinator of the Drama Department' which he calls insulting. Along with his loyal sidekick, science teacher, Mr Rodney Parsons, Mr G criticises and is frustrated by his superior Mrs Cotton, as well as complaining about the lack of funding and support given by the school's. Ja'mie asks Tamsin to the formal, insisting that she too is lesbian. On opening night, Toby is dubbed over by Mr G. Jonah is then invited to read his story in front of the class, which he receives applause for at the end, making Jan proud.
Mr G doesn't like the idea and is intrigued when Rodney explains a story about a school that had a mother find human feces in one of the special-ed rooms therefore making the health department kicking the special-ed students out. Mr G is then later shown driving outside the school repeatedly in his car, asking students from his car window if his resignation is impacting the school. Pricing, channels, features, content, and compatible devices subject to change. This introduction sees Ja'mie fitting in well with this group of girls and abandons Ashley, however later Ja'mie has an emotional breakdown while remembering the school and friends she left behind while having to deal with the dramatic changes thanks to the exchange program. Thrilled with the temporary promotion, he makes a few changes such as clearing-out Mrs Cotton's desk and moving himself in, and walking around the school to pass on the news to students of his new role. . He then brags about his life story in performing arts and discusses a typical drama class, where he incorporates his unique teaching style.
Her persuasion causes Mr Cameron to reconsider and allows them to explain why there should be a formal during the school assembly. She therefore targets a Year 7 student, Sebastian — to the shock of her Year 11 friends. Three weeks later on the last day of term, Ja'mie is celebrating with her friends. He also unveils plans for a new performing arts centre with a 10,000-seat theatre complex that will require the demolition of used by the special education students. They have a falling out, resulting in Ja'mie getting shunned in the school yard as the bad word spreads.
Compatible device and high-speed, broadband Internet connection required. G's musical is playing in the Gym,. Summer Heights High was a massive ratings success for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, and was met with mostly positive critical reaction. Jan tells him to let Jonah in the classroom on the sly. Ja'mie has an emotional breakdown, leading to a fiery confrontation between her and the girls.
Ja'mie complains about people sucking up to her and the less popular girls trying to hook up with other guys. When Margaret tells him the musical is still going ahead with Meredith directing, Mr G decides to return to Summer Heights to solely focus on directing the show and not teach. He is counselled by Mr Peterson from Miss Wheatley; whom he thinks that Jonah had provoked her by showing her the stains on Jonah's pants and what they were; and ordered him to change clothes before the event into clothes which are rather embarrassing for him. Meanwhile, Jonah and his father are in the principle's office informing Jonah that he will be expelled and transported to another school, once Jonah leaves he heads to Gumnut Cottage. The series has aired 8 episodes after finishing its run on October 25, 2007. He sees his role at the school to teach drama and dance to change lives, inspire students, and to encourage the students to dare to dream.
The next scene shows Ja'mie and her friends preparing for the social as Ja'mie finds her date has dumped her as she found out that Ja'mie wasn't' a lesbian, before showing Jonah sitting in class at Gumnut cottage, looking depressed. Jonah is reading at an eight-year-old level, however he becomes angry at having to read children's books and continues his disruptive behaviour as he did in other classes. Ja'mie suggests a themed dress-up day and fashion parade to raise the money. Jonah will now be sent back to Tonga as per his father's wishes and depressingly walks to his locker to empty it out. After not returning Ja'mie's texts, Tasmin finally says that she won't go to formal with Ja'mie as she found out that she's not a real lesbian; Jamie instead brings Sebastian as a replacement.