The end of the year means facing final exams, finding dates for the dance, and saying good-bye to Degrassi.
Joey, Snake and Wheels are caught by the police after buying beer for Lucy's "secret" party.
B.L.T. asks Michelle to the graduation dance, but her parents disapprove. Spike is rejected from a job because of her hairstyle.
Arthur is feeling rejected and worried that his dad may remarry. Melanie decides to ask Snake out on another date.
Shane spends his monthly child-support money on a concert ticket. Joey asks Caitlin out to win a $20 bet and gets soda in his lap when she realizes what motivated their date.
Kathleen shows symptoms of anorexia and Melanie tries to help her. Heather and Erica do a project for the Science Fair on eating disorders and begin to worry about Lucy's eating habits.
True to her horoscope, Erica falls madly in love after catching a glimpse of Clutch. So when Clutch asks her sister, Heather, to the charity bowling match, the twins decide to switch places.
Caitlin is always searching for a "hot issue" for the Degrassi Digest--which she finds when Liz organizes a protest for animal rights. And Joey is caught in another scam to promote himself and the Zit Remedy.
Snake's brother, Glenn, unexpectedly returns home from medical school and announces that he is gay. Meanwhile, Joey takes the Zit Remedy's tape to the local radio station.
Caitlin gets hurt when she misunderstands Joey's intentions. Alexa's efforts to help Michelle win B.L.T.'s attention take an unexpected twist.
It is Christmastime at Degrassi, yet all is not cheerful. Yick and Arthur are mad at one another and Shane is unhappy that Spike never lets him see their daughter, Emma.
Lucy's relationship with Paul makes her a fickle friend. And Paul has some sexual expectations she's not sure she's ready for.
Degrassi kids face their final exams, and while Wheels worries that he might not pass, Joey discovers that he may have to repeat the year.
Lucy wants Wheels and L.D. to forget about what Mr. Colby did to her - until he returns to substitute in 7th grade.
Spike's pregnancy gets her thrown out of school for setting a bad example. Disaster strikes when Joey and Wheels talk Snake into letting them spend the night when his parents are away.
Caitlin submits an article to the student newspaper, supporting Spike's right to remain in school despite her pregnancy. The article is rejected, so Caitlin distributes it herself - without consulting Spike.