Monument of the Revolution, commemorating the overthrow of Principal Dumhaas. Also a fully functional building in which classes are held.
Mr. Oppenheimer, chemistry teacher and father of Stoner High School's nuclear program.
Times of plenty (perhaps too much plenty) at Stoner High at the height of the dot-com bubble, when Stoner's investment portfolio reached its maximum value. Jay Jackson, Class of 2000.
Martina Voroshilov, Minister of Beverages to Queen Kelsey II - Class of 2004. As you can see, she was very passionate about her work.
Jack G. Huffington (class of 1999) in the SHS cafeteria after huffing a kitten.
Stoner High School Paintball Champion Major P.K. Mancini, SHSIAF, class of 2006.
One of Stoner High School's many auxiliary beer fountains.
Stoner High School students doing routine maintenance on an SHSIA M1 Abrams tank.
Stoner High School Revolution Day, October 5th, 1994.
Hassan Mohammed Ali-Akbar, Class of 1996, protests Twinkie rationing.
Kicking someone in the balls is a felony offence at Stoner. The SHS Feminist Party strongly opposes this regulation, while the SHS Chauvinist Party supports it.
Stoner High School Army recruiting poster. Pictured: Captain Daphne Chang, Class of 2005.
The Rt. Hon. Bart "Biteman" Jamison (third from left), Class of 2007, in his official Board of Governors campaign photo for the 2006-2007 elections. Shown with campaign manager and rumored girlfriend Danielle Kramer, fourth from left.
School mascot, the Palestinian Rat.
Major Jenny Cansell, Class of 2008, Officer Commanding, Double D Battery, The Queen's Regiment of Heavy Artillery.
King Ralph I (with British liasons) directing SHS Army and Marines against the Argentines during the Falklands War.
Jeff Spicoli, class of 1982