Mr. Student Body President

Tyler Prendergast (Jeremy Shada) is the most ambitious student body president in the history of Berenger High. With his Machiavellian chief of staff, Hadley (Arden Rose), Prendergast runs the school like a slick politician on Capitol Hill, as he maintains power by any means necessary. With ambitions ranging from throwing the greatest pep rally in school history, to finding his own "first lady," to crushing his opponents (even innocent Freshman), Prendergast sets off political fireworks whenever he clashes with the new school principal (Christina Moore). If she thinks she can stand in his way, she'll soon learn soon enough. School is now in session.

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1 Season, 9 Episodes
November 30, 2017
Cast: Jeremy Shada, Arden Rose, Christina Moore, Gabriel Conte
Mr. Student Body President

Mr. Student Body President Full Episode Guide

  • Chadebra overhauls Berenger's dress code policy to distract the student body from the in-crowd's real goal: transforming prom into an invite-only popularity contest. Meanwhile, Tyler and Hadley struggle to craft a compelling message for their cause.

  • The resurrection of Berenger High's most influential "it couple," Chadebra, causes a major shift in school power dynamics. Tyler worries what Chad and Debra will do with their restored political clout, while potentially sinister changes get made within the prom committee.

  • Tyler suppresses fears that a Staffsketball game without popular kids may result in the first Student Team loss in school history, while Hadley catches wind of an in-crowd conspiracy to revive "Chadebra"

  • Hadley and Tyler make moves to diminish the in-crowd's influence at Berenger, starting with the annual student vs. faculty "Staffsketball" game. Fearful that their longstanding status is being threatened, the popular kids reach a decision that could alter the political balance at Berenger forever.

  • One of Tyler's few remaining allies in Student Government hands in a resignation letter. Tyler attempts to trade carpool access for political favors, while Hadley discovers an untapped political resource via a group of girls who claim to somehow be "friends with everyone."

  • The political fallout continues at Berenger, in the wake of Hadley's exposé to the school board and the return of several expelled students. Unsettling similarities to past events lead Tyler and Hadley to reconsider how their alliance began.

  • Berenger's faculty is in an uproar over the school board's decision to readmit eight expelled students, each one infamous for terrorizing the school in their own way. Hadley's secret source for intel is revealed, and gives her news that may indicate a brewing plot to dethrone Tyler.

  • Reeling from scandal and the loss of his closest advisor, Tyler puts his faith in the annual Mr. Berenger pageant in hopes of repairing his image and mending fences with the in-crowd. But the new political landscape at Berenger High means anyone could be a threat - even his own student council.