|Degrassi Junior High||Degrassi High|
Degrassi Junior High (Season 2)
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January 4, 1988 (Canada)
Eggbert (January 4, 1988)
Pass Tense (March 28, 1988)
June 7, 2005
The following actors received star-billing:
Grade 8 (Class of 1992)
- Nicole Stoffman as Stephanie Kaye, the rebellious school president, again struggling to 're-invent' herself and dealing with unrequited love and depression.
- Pat Mastroianni as Joey Jeremiah, a humorous and immature class clown who is known for slacking off and teasing underclassmen, plays keyboard in the band Zit Remedy.
- Neil Hope as Derek "Wheels" Wheeler, a troubled student with new glasses and struggling with poor grades, plays bass in the band Zit Remedy.
- Stefan Brogren as Archibald "Snake" Simpson, a tall, friendly student making first attempts at 'growing up' and finding love, plays guitar in the band Zit Remedy.
- Anais Granofsky as Lucy Fernandez, a worldly, popular girl with neglectful parents who struggles with being the target of a lecherous substitute teacher.
- Amanda Cook as Lorraine "L.D." Delacorte, an athletic tomboy and feminist.
- Angela Deiseach as Erica Farrell, a loud, goofy and boy crazy girl who has a love/hate relationship with her twin sister.
- Maureen Deiseach as Heather Farrell, a somewhat timid girl with strong morals who has a love/hate relationship with her twin sister.
- Amanda Stepto as Christine "Spike" Nelson, an easy-going, punk-rock girl who is pregnant and faces being kicked out of school for being a 'bad example'.
- Cathy Keenan as Liz O'Rourke, an opinionated, punk rock girl dealing with a 'bad reputation'.
- Bill Parrot as Shane McKay, an irresponsible party-boy who impregnated his girlfriend and is struggling to learn from his mistakes.
- Irene Courakos as Alexa Pappadopolos, a overly dramatic, boy-obsessed girl.
- Michael Carry as Simon Dexter, a cute new student, famous from starring in a local commercial.
Grade 7 (Class of 1993)
- Stacie Mistysyn as Caitlin Ryan, a human rights activist and aspiring journalist who is suffering from epilepsy and learning tough lessons about 'censorship'.
- Sarah Charlesworth as Susie Rivera, the school's vice president and yearbook editor, Caitlin's close friend, becomes the target of a lecherous substitute teacher.
- Sara Ballingall as Melanie Brodie, a gawky but open-minded girl who is making awkward first attempts at 'fitting in' and finding love.
- Rebecca Haines as Kathleen Mead, a gossip with a rude attitude, struggling with a secret trouble home life living with an alcoholic mother.
- Craig Driscoll as Rick Munro, a bad boy from an abusive home currently repeating grade seven.
- Duncan Waugh as Arthur Kobalewscuy, an awkward, sexually curious outcast who wants to fit in or at least be acknowledged by his sister.
- Siluck Saysanasy as Yick Yu, a nerdy outcast who wants to fit in, Arthur's partner-in-crime.
- Christopher Charlesworth as Scooter Webster, a geeky grade 6 advanced placement student, picked on by the other students.
- Dan Woods as Daniel Raditch, the strict English teacher, generally teaches grade 8.
- Michelle Goodeve as Karen Avery, the history/geography teacher, generally teaches grade 7.
- Deborah Lobban as Doris Bell, the kind-hearted and caring school secretary.
- Susin Nielson as Louella Hawkins, the hard working school janitor and custodian.
- Marcus Bruce as Mr. Colby, the abusive substitute teacher who molests Lucy and Susie.
- Maureen McKay as Michelle Accette, a shy girl afraid of public speaking and Alexa's close friend. (Grade 8)
- Darrin Brown as Dwayne Myers, a violent bully who targets Joey. (Grade 8)
- Arlene Lott as Nancy Kramer, an active, 'know-it-all' student, who keeps herself updated on everything. (Grade 8)
- Keith White as Tim O'Connor, a smart, bookish student, Nancy's best friend. (Grade 8)
- Kei Kei Hung as Wai Lee, an Asian student. (Grade 8)
- Kyra Levy as Maya Goldberg, a Jewish girl in a wheelchair. (Grade 7)
- John Ioannou as Alex Yankou, the school's biggest nerd. (Grade 7)
- Danah-Jean Brown as Trish Skye, a quiet red-headed girl, active in many school activities. (Grade 7)
- Joshua Whitehead as Max, a grade 6 advanced placement student struggling to fit in, Scooter's friend. (Grade 7)
- B.L.T. Thomas (Dayo Ade) and Luke Matthews (Andy Chambers) appear as background students in several episodes.
Main article: Episode Guide
|Season #||Series #||Title||Original Airdate||Production Code|
|1||14||"Eggbert"||January 4, 1988||201|
|2||15||"A Helping Hand..."||January 11, 1988||202|
|3||16||"Great Expectations"||January 18, 1988||203|
|4||17||"Dinner & a Show"||January 25, 1988||204|
|5||18||"Stage Fright"||February 1, 1988||205|
|6||19||"Fight!"||February 8, 1988||206|
|7||20||"Bottled Up"||February 15, 1988||207|
|8||21||"Sealed with a Kiss"||February 22, 1988||208|
|9||22||"Dog Days"||February 29, 1988||209|
|10||23||"Censored"||March 7, 1988||210|
|11||24||"Trust Me"||March 14, 1988||211|
|12||25||"...He's Back"||March 21, 1988||212|
|13||26||"Pass Tense"||March 28, 1988||213|
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