The students made it look like a auto had crashed into the building by positioning an old wreck in front of a huge "gaping hole" in the brickwork.
Using some tape, a black tarp, bricks and an old vehicle, the class created somewhat of an optical illusion, making it appear as if a auto drove through the side of the school, just outside the principal's office.
Four high school seniors hauled half a vehicle to the school, taped black plastic to the brick wall and made it look as though the auto had crashed through the school near the principal's office.
No damage was done to the school, whose principal said the prank was in the spirit of fun.
Four seniors at Cumberland High School staged the elaborate prank on Monday.
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On the car's back window the seniors wrote "CHS Class of 2018", you know, so they got full credit. "Congratulations Class of 2018 on one of the best senior pranks that Cumberland High School has seen".
A Cumberland, Wisconsin, senior prank was so well done even the police are laughing.
The Police Department also extended their congratulations to the seniors graduating.
WTMJ shows another photo of the students holding a "Parents who host lose the most" banner, which is part of a campaign to end underage drinking.