High School Moms, Season 1HDClosed Captioning
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Not your typical High School, Florence Crittenton is exclusively for pregnant and parenting teens trying to balance schoolwork, diapers, and dreams of a bright future. Meet an 18 year old with her second baby on the way who fears she'll have to drop out to support her family, a student struggling with finals and raising her blind two-year-old daughter, and at 9 months pregnant a girl hoping to make it to her prom before the baby comes.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoPregnant At 14||This is not your typical High School. Florence Crittenton is a school exclusively for pregnant and parenting teens. A 16 year old risks being expelled because of behavioral issues. Another student is so behind on daycare fees she may have to leave school.||41:39||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoEveryone Going to Prom?||It's Florence Crittenton's first prom ever in the schools 27-year history. After a tragic year a student's entire family decides to get involved in her campaign to be Prom Queen. Due any day another student worries she may go into labor on Prom night.||42:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoSchool of Broken Hearts||A student struggles with self-esteem, weight issues and a son who is developing serious behavioral problems. And a first time mom-to-be attempts to repair her once close relationship with her own mom before she gives birth.||42:03||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBreaking the Cycle||A student continues to have problems at school. A 17-year-old mom of three faces an agonizing separation from her son. And another student is determined to break her family's cycle of teenage pregnancy with her own daughter.||41:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoLoud Labor||An 18-year-old juggles the demands of finals and the complex challenges of raising her blind two-year-old daughter. And with her baby's father no longer in the picture, a pregnant 16-year-old prepares to give birth alone.||42:03||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoGraduation||It's graduation and tensions are running high. A former wild child needs to knuckle down to get her GED. Another student is desperate to know if she's Valedictorian.||42:33||$2.99||View in iTunes|
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High school Moms
Ok show but bit on the boring side!!!
Is it ok for teenagers to get pregnant? There should be shows that teach either safe sex, wait for marriage or wait until you get a job and be independent financially , emotionally and mentally! when we were all 18 we thought we were adults! at 25 we think we are old, but you dont realize that your personality, perception and mentality changes s years go by. The best way i could put it is, why bring a new life into an environment were you can barely survive in, its not about being selfish its about being selfless to the new born. doesnt the new born deserve a well rounded adult that is independent and can offer stability? not only financially but emotionally too? I am so over shows that show its ok to have childern at high school . at least if they were married they could be some form of support! and by married i meant married to a working independent financially adult! not a kid from high school.
Interesting, yet lacking in some respects.
I wish this show were slightly different. It doesn't glorify teen pregnancy in the same way as 16 and Pregnant does, but it doesn't show fully that most teen moms don't have the ability to go finish their degrees because of a lack of finances/financial support, parental support, etc. Most teen moms are left to get a job and maybe get their GED.
I'm not entirely sure that this is an appropriate TV subject to put out there, as it doesn't educate about teen pregnancy as much as it could.
…and yet, I keep buying the episodes…oh well.