"A winning docuseries."Entertainment Weekly
A SundanceTV Original Series
Produced by Jamie Oliver , Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson and Chuck D.
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About DREAM SCHOOL - Season 2
The faculty is famous. The kids are dropouts. Will they succeed and change the course of these kids' lives? Or will they get schooled by a group of students who are unimpressed and unwilling to follow even basic school rules? The second season is executive produced by Jamie Oliver, Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson and Chuck D, and with celebrity teachers chef and restaurateur David Chang, Olympic figure skater Johnny Weir, Emmy award winning screenwriter and director Cliff Dorfman (Entourage), survival expert Les Stroud, journalists Young Turks (Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian), financial educator Alvin Hall, fitness instructor Nicole Winhoffer, Historian David Eisenbach, Rabbi Shmuel "Shmuley" Boteach (author of Kosher Jesus and Kosher Sex), actor Dean Winters, and lawyer and rights activist Gloria Allred.

About DREAM SCHOOL - Season 1
Celebrities, journalists, filmmakers, musicians, politicians, scientists, actors and artists will face their biggest challenge ever – to break through to high school dropouts. These kids are no fools and won’t go along easy.

Executive produced by Jamie Oliver and Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson, Dream School asks, "What does it take to break through to teenagers and get them to graduate?" Pregnant, neglected or bullied; the students all have one thing in common – each had a life experience that caused them to take and unexpected left turn. Dream School’s celebrity teachers will have one mission – to excite these young minds, reignite their passions, and get them to graduate from a real, accredited high school. From Soledad O’Brien to Suze Orman, Oliver Stone, Swizz Beatz, Jeff Corwin, David Arquette, Jesse Jackson and more – the faculty is famous and successful, and each is an expert in their field. But how will they perform as teachers to some of America’s toughest high school dropouts? Will they succeed and change the course of these kids' lives? Or will they get schooled by a group of students who are unimpressed and unwilling to follow even basic school rules?