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Yes, all 6 seasons are available to own on DVD, Blu-ray, and digitally.

Season 1, Volume 1: Road to Sectionals was released on December 29th, 2009.

Season 1, Volume 2: Road to Regionals was released on September 14th, 2010.

The Complete First Season was released in both DVD & Blu-ray formats on September 14th, 2010.

Season 2, Volume 1 was released on January 25th, 2011.

Glee: Encore was released in both DVD & Blu-ray formats on April 19th, 2011.

Season 2, Volume 2 was released on September 13th, 2011.

The Complete Second Season was released in both DVD & Blu-ray formats on September 13th, 2011.

The Complete Third Season was released in both DVD & Blu-ray formats on August 14th, 2012.

The Complete Fourth Season was released in both DVD & Blu-ray formats on October 1st, 2013.

The Complete Fifth Season was released on January 6th, 2015.

The Final Season was released on May 12th, 2015.

The Complete Series was released on May 12th, 2015.

All 6 seasons are available to digitally download from iTunes and Amazon.com.

Class of 2012 (sophomores in Season 1, graduated at the end of season 3): Rachel Berry, Finn Hudson, Kurt Hummel, Mike Chang, Quinn Fabray, Santana Lopez, Noah Puckerman, Mercedes Jones. Note: Brittany S. Pierce was supposed to be a part of this class but it is revealed in the season 3 finale that Brittany has to repeat her senior year because she did not pass any of her exams.

Class of 2013 (freshmen in Season 1, graduating at the conclusion of the school year that began at the start of season 4): Tina Cohen-Chang, Artie Abrams, Blaine Anderson, Sam Evans, Brittany S. Pierce. Note: Due to actress Heather Morris' pregnancy, her character (Brittany S. Pierce) was written off the show (at least as a series regular) as graduating halfway through the school year.

As of season 5:

Seniors: Tina Cohen-Chang, Artie Abrams, Blaine Anderson, Sam Evans

Juniors: Joe Hart (assumed), Sugar Motta (assumed), Wade "Unique" Adams (assumed)

Sophomores: Marley Rose (stated in Season 4 season premiere), Jake Puckerman (stated in Season 4 episode Wonder-Ful) Kitty Wilde (stated in Season 5 Episode 2 Tina in the Sky with Diamonds), Ryder Lynn (assumed)

Season 4 ended with the regional competition. The beginning of season 5 will presumably pick up with the conclusion of that school year, notably the national competition and the graduation of long-time Glee club members Tina, Artie, Blaine and Sam.

As a side note, the fact that some shots have included Glee club members in the same class (like Mercedes and Santana while singing "The Boy is Mine") is not concrete proof that they are in the same graduating class. Under the American school system, it is possible to be of different graduating years and yet be in the same class together.

He was bullied by the football player Dave Karofsky, who at one point kissed him and then later threatened to kill him if he told anyone. Kurt eventually began to fear for his safety at McKinley because of Karofsky, so his father and Carol (Finn's mom) used their honeymoon savings to pay for the tuition for Kurt to go to Dalton Academy.

Quinn - Lucy Quinn Fabray (Played by Dianna Agron), Sam - Sam Evans, (Played by Chord Overstreet), Puck - Noah 'Puck' Puckerman (Played by Mark Salling), Kurt - Kurt 'Elizabeth' Hummel (Played by Chris Colfer), Santana - Santana Lopez, (Played by Naya Rivera), Brittany - Brittany Susan Pierce (Played by Heather Morris), Finn - Finn Hudson (Played by Cory Monteith), Rachel - Rachel Barbra Berry (Played by Lea Michele), Tina - Tina Cohen-Chang (Played by Jenna Ushkowitz), Mike - Mike Chang (Played by Harry Shum Jr.), Mercedes - Mercedes Jones (Played by Amber Riley), Blaine - Blaine Devon Anderson (Played by Darren Criss), Artie - Artie Abrams (Played by Kevin Mchale), Sue - Sue Sylvester (Played by Jane Lynch), Will - William Schuester (Played by Matthew Morrison), Emma - Emma Pillsbury (Played by Jayma Mays), Sugar - Sugar Motta (Played by Vanessa Lengies), Rory - Rory Flanagan (Played by Damian McGinty), Joe - Joe Hart (Played by Samuel Larsen), Wade - Wade Adams (Played by Alex Newell), Marley - Marley Rose (Played by Melissa Benoist), Jake - Jake Puckerman (Played by Jacob Artist), Brody - Brody Weston (Played by Dean Geyer), Kitty - Kitty Wilde (Played by Becca Tobin), Ryder - Ryder Lynn (Played by Blake Jenner), Jesse- Jesse St. James, (Played by Jonathan Groff), and Ms. July- Cassandra, "Cassie" (Played by Kate Hudson)

The narrator may sound like Matthew Morrison who plays Mr. William Schuester, but it is actually Ian Brennan.

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