Top 10 Back to School Skit Scripts

Found in Tips and Tricks from The Skit Guys Blog. Posted on August 07 2012.

School is just around the corner and we know many of you are wanting to add some drama to your church service or youth group. We have put together our Top 10 list of scripts that are perfect for this Back to School time of year. Some are funny, dramatic and a little bit of both. We hope these scripts can help inspire your audience to live the Christian life throughout the school year. See our entire collection of back to school scripts.

The First Day The First Day Script

A mom is having a hard time letting her “little boy” go off to school and reflects on how fast time flies…especially when her “little boy” is going off to college.

Characters: 2
Length: 2-4 minutes

Back to School Gauntlets Back to School Gauntlets Script

A student faces hard choices with friends she encounters throughout her day. Will she choose to follow Christ’s example?

Characters: 5
Length: 4-6 minutes

Holiness and Homeroom Holiness and Homeroom Script

A student goes back to school tired of business as usual and wrestles with what it means to be holy in the school hallways.

Characters: 1
Length: 3-5 minutes

Returning to School (Girls Version) Returning to School (Girls Version) Script

A young girl considered the “social outcast” of her high school contemplates her life and the secrets she has kept as she starts another school year.

Characters: 1
Length: 3-5 minutes

Returning to School (Guy Version) Returning to School (Guy Version) Script

A high school student of influence contemplates his choices and his desire to be different as he returns to school.

Characters: 1
Length: 3-5 minutes

A Teacher’s First Day A Teacher’s First Day Script

A new teacher is reconsidering her career choice after a very rough first day of school, but a wise custodian talks her off the ledge.

Characters: 2
Length: 4-6 minutes

Ring Around the Rosie Ring Around the Rosie Script

After making commitments to God and each other at camp, two friends return to High School. They grow apart as spiritual apathy takes one of them over.

Characters: 2
Length: 6-8 minutes

Most Likely To… Most Likely To… Script

This skit follows two friends through four different scenes, each representing a year of high school. We get asked the question, “What does success in high school look like?” and “What will our legacy be?”

Characters: 2

Time (Student Version) Time (Student Version) Script

Where did all or our time go? Here an actor spends some time trying to figure out where God fits in to her life.

Characters: 1
Length: 4-6 minutes

Flunking Life Flunking Life Script

Mr. Johnson, a retired English teacher, walks into the office of Paul Clark, a newspaper editorialist. Mr. Johnson taught Paul twenty five years earlier, and flunked him because he wrote compositions about Jesus. Now, Mr. Johnson comes to Paul, seeking his advice on life.

This script is best used in conjunction with “Flunking English.”

Characters: 2
Length: 3-4 minutes


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