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The high school administrator did not expect to be hosting a senior sleepover.

Students prank sleeping principal at home: ‘You are in the most trouble’

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She did not expect to be hosting a senior sleepover.

Delaware high school students are being praised for pulling the best senior prank ever after they decided to sneak into their principal’s house in the middle of the night and surprise her as a pre-graduation goof.

A video of the gag is currently garnering guffaws on Instagram and TikTok, amassing over 32 million views on the latter.

“It’s senior prank season and boy did the Class of 2023 get Ms. McGrath good,” reads the caption to the clip of the stunt, which was carried out by the graduating class of St. Andrew’s, an Episcopal school in Middletown, Delaware.

According to the post, the teen tricksters stole into Joy McGrath’s house at 1 a.m. and bedded down for a good night’s sleep all over the first floor of her residence.

The Post reached out to McGrath for comment.

McGrath enters her kitchen.McGrath is flabbergasted to find her students sleeping in her house.Instagram/sasdelaware

Meanwhile, the accompanying clip depicts the headmaster’s reaction to coming down the stairs at 6 a.m. and seeing that her students had infiltrated her domicile.

In the footage, McGrath, who’s clad in a bathrobe and Crocs shoes, can be seen opening the door and witnessing the unauthorized sleepover.

She is so shocked at the sight that she shuts the door and prepares to retreat back up the stairs as the class attempts to stifle their chuckles.

However, she then gathers herself and re-enters the room before announcing: “Good morning, little bunnies.” This causes the scheming seniors to collapse into laughter.

McGrath discovers her students camping out at her house.McGrath compared the students to “commandos.”Instagram/sasdelaware

Ms. McGrath then jokingly marvels at how much “trouble” the students are, before pointing at an off-camera party and remarking, “You are in the most trouble.”

The identity of the person to whom the principal is referring is yet unclear. However, several commenters surmised it was her husband, who they believe was the inside man on the high schooler’s home invasion prank.

“How long have you been here?” the flabbergasted Ms. McGrath inquires, before flashing a look of amazement upon finding out they’d been there for five hours.

The clip concludes with the impressed school boss analogizing the students to “commandos” and calling the prank “the most beautiful sight she’d ever seen.”

The social media commentariat seemed to concur with this assessment. “This has to be the best senior prank lmao,” marveled one viewer on TikTok, while another wrote, “Sleepover at the principals house is EPIC!!!!”

“I’m really glad she has a robe on,” quipped one Instagram jokester. “I definitely don’t fix my morning coffee in a robe and Crocs.”

Others claimed that the prank demonstrated the level of respect the pupils had for the principal. “And this is how you know that the teacher had a positive impact on her students. I love this,” gushed one Instagram fan.

St. Andrew's School in Middletown, Delaware.St. Andrew’s School in Middletown, Delaware.Instagram/sasdelaware

Another fawned, “This is the teacher they will be still talking about in 40 years. Cheers to her!”

However, others weren’t so hunky dory with the gag, with one critic exclaiming, “Bruh they literally breaking and entering for a senior prank.”

Meanwhile, other detractors claimed that the stunt violated the principal rule for a senior prank, which dictates that it has to be carried out on campus.

However, as many defenders observed, McGrath’s house is located on school grounds, and the students weren’t guilty of trespassing, as the principal’s husband allegedly helped orchestrate the prank.

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