SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (KSAZ) - Scottsdale's Chaparral High School is now "on sale".
We're saying "on sale", because it's actually part of a senior prank by this year's graduating class.
The ad, which is posted on Craigslist, took jabs at a number of people and things, including the school itself (described as "used and abused"), the school's administration (described by the ad as "bad"), and the school's food (described as the "worst food west of the Mississippi").
The ad also listed contact information for the "seller". A search on the school's website shows the phone number listed is a direct line to the school's principal, Dr. Angela Chomokos.
Proceeds from the "sale", according to the ad, will be used to "better fund the rest of the SUSD education system", with any extra money being used for "driving lessons to teach Seniors at Desert Mountain High School how to park properly".
Senior students at Chaparral High School say the ad is just the beginning, with more to come.
Some seniors say the ad has some truth to it.
"The bathroom part was pretty hilarious," said Jonny Kuhlman. "Sometimes it gets so bad, they just lock them, let the dust settle."
According to FOX 10's Courtney Griffin, when asked for comment, officials say the school's administration is "out for the day". The school has not posted on its Facebook and Twitter pages since Tuesday.