Okay, so I wasn't the perfect student when I was in High School. Sure, I played all four years of baseball, 2 years of football, and a year of golf (only because you got to leave school an hour early). A couple of my really good buddies would skip class every month and go to the mall. They would always ask me and I would say, "Yup I'm In!" When it came time for them to skip class and go to the mall, I would chicken out for the fear of getting caught or feeling the wrath of my 5'3 Mom if she found out I got caught skipping school! If there was a sure fire way to not get caught I probably would have gone through with it. With that being said, stay in school! There's a 52-year-old woman in Louisiana named Belinda Fondren. She was just busted for selling high school students fake doctor's notes, so they could skip school. That's actually a really smart idea... it's dumb but it's a smart way to make a quick buck!
Apparently Belinda used to work for a doctor and she was forging the notes as if they came from him, according to Bastrop Daily Enterprise. She was selling them for $20 each and apparently sold about 14 of them before the school got suspicious.
The High School noticed there was a big spike in kids getting notes from that particular doctor, so they called the doctor, and he said he'd never heard of any of the kids. UH OH, someone's about to get in trouble! The doctor and High School eventually traced the notes to Belinda, and she was arrested for filing false public records. She could get up to five years in prison.