Students “prank it forward” instead of doing traditional senior prank

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PHOENIX, Az. (May 29, 2014)– A lot of high school seniors participate in “senior pranks” during their final days of school, but this prank out of Arizona is not what you’d expect.

According to Fox 10 in Phoenix, a group of students from Combs High School (class of 2014) wanted to change the senior prank tradition and “prank it forward.”

For 10 days the students collected money and ended up with $510.

They used the cash to tip a waiter at their local Olive Garden who they knew was struggling to pay his medical bills.

Check out the waiter’s reaction below.