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Release Date:
5 January 1992 (Canada) See more »
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Pat Mastroianni ... Joey Jeremiah

Stacie Mistysyn ... Caitlin Ryan
Neil Hope ... Derek 'Wheels' Wheeler

Stefan Brogren ... Archibald 'Snake' Simpson
Kirsten Bourne ... Tessa Campanelli (as Kirsti Bourne)
Anais Granofsky ... Lucy Fernandez
L. Dean Ifill ... Basil 'Bronco' Davis
Irene Courakos ... Alexa Pappadopoulos
Michael Carry ... Simon Dexter

Amanda Stepto ... Christine 'Spike' Nelson
Jacy Hunter ... Amy Holmes
Sara Holmes ... Allison Hunter

Christian Campbell ... Todd
Andy Chambers ... Luke Cassellis
Siluck Saysanasy ... Yick Yu
Arlene Lott ... Nancy Kramer
Keith White ... Tim O'Connor
Aimee Darcel ... Slyvia
Maureen Deiseach ... Heather Farrell
Angela Deiseach ... Erica Farell
Henry Hwang ... Ralph
Karryn Sheridan ... Vicky Friedland
Michele Johnson-Murray ... Tabi
George Chaker ... Nick

Dayo Ade ... Bryant Lister 'BLT' Thomas

Gretchen Helbig ... Joey's mom
Maggie Thomas ... Snake's Mom
Angela Bruce ... Principal

Meita Winkler ... Counsellor
Jean Walker ... Receptionist
Tara Burt ... Pam
Maureen Burgoyne ... Waitress
Gerry Ride ... Jewelry Clerk
Al Black ... Car Salesman

Darren Marsman ... Lucy's dad
Diana Bragman ... Mom at pool
Rhys Greenaway ... Kid at pool
Karen Johnson-Miller ... Teen at pool
Anthea Rowe ... Girl at pool
Melissa Schwartz ... Girl at pool
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Sandra Oh ... Waitress (uncredited)

Paolo Perin ... Chico (uncredited)

Directed by
Kit Hood 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Yan Moore  screenplay
Yan Moore  story

Produced by
Kit Hood .... producer
Jay Rayvid .... executive producer
Linda Schuyler .... executive producer
Original Music by
Amy Sky 
Cinematography by
Philip Earnshaw 
Art Direction by
Judy Shiner 
Costume Design by
Jocelyne Borys 
Production Management
Sari Friedland .... production manager
David Goorevitch .... executive in charge of production
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Kevin May .... first assistant director
Sound Department
Christian T. Cooke .... sound re-recording mixer
Erv Copestake .... sound
Barry Gilmore .... dialogue editor
Camera and Electrical Department
Byrd Dickens .... electrician
Music Department
Gowan .... composer: songs "Cosmetics", "Moonlight Desires", "All The Lovers In The World"
Other crew
Robert de Lint .... dialogue coach
Stephen Stohn .... legal counsel
Selene Strilesky .... script supervisor

Production Companies

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Also Known As:
"Degrassi High: School's Out" - Canada (English title) (video title)
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Did You Know?

Stefan Brogren (Archibald 'Snake' Simpson) has the distinction of dropping the first "F-bomb" in the history of the CBC Television Network. (See "memorable quotes" section.)See more »
Joey Jeremiah:Some day it will be, "Caitlin? Yeah, I knew her. We used to be in high school together..."See more »


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Brilliant and powerful!!!, 21 July 2006
Author: Lonesomewolf from Montana

The first time I ever watched this movie was back in 1994 when I was living in a small town called Gildford located in the northern part of Montana. I watched the whole movie with one of my nephews and enjoyed it all the way through but I expected more after it came to its ending. I used to watch reruns of the Degrassi Junior High and Degrassi High episodes everyday when I got home from school while living in Gildford and I always loved and cherished those shows because of how enjoyable and true to life they were. I now own the complete series of Degrassi Junior High on DVD and I just received a brand new copy of the School's Out movie on VHS and after watching it once again after almost twelve years, it really is much better the second time around. It didn't exactly have the happiest of endings but that's what made the story so believably realistic. I absolutely love this movie and consider it a wonderful conclusion to the Degrassi Old School storyline.

I rest my case.

~Mr. Make Believe

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