Konur Pasko owned the auto that was used, and fellow students Cody Paul, Adrian Warner, and Jacob Woodley helped Pasco take the vehicle apart and cut the front off to make it look more real realistic, the Pioneer Press reported.
It's part of the whole high school gig.
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.
Well played, class of 2018.
The school district says no property was damaged. the police department congratulated their effort and wished the seniors well.More news: Turkey recalls ambassadors to Israel and United States
The post on the police department's page has been shared more than a thousand times.
The Cumberland High School class of 2018 pulled off a truly awesome senior prank.
The high school also posted photos of the "accident".
Konur Pasko, one of the students involved in pulling off the prank, said the idea grew from an evening talk with his dad, Jon Pasko, the technology education teacher in Cumberland schools.
Not only was the prank well executed, but it spread an important message for teens and their parents.