The Marie-Labrecque school welcomes some sixty teenagers, some are pregnant, others have just given birth. All are determined to graduate. A major challenge for them and for the establishment's two directors, Tina and Christophe.
The sister of Charlotte's father visits the school to meet Christophe and recount her story. Tina sees at firsthand how at a loss Vivianne appears when facing her parents. She's surprised by one of her friends arriving at the school without being invited and insisting on seeing her straight away.
Tina is present during a particularly unpleasant meeting between Vivianne and her father. Christophe tries to help Charlotte to overcome her deep-seated unhappiness. Méli does her best to help her friend see things in a different light.
Julie arrives at the school without warning, in the hope that Christophe will come with her to the hospital where she has to collect one of her daughters. Tina encourages Riliana, who has to persuade her social worker that her plans for the future are feasible.
Françoise examines Méli whose baby is almost due. The latter talks about it with Tina before warmly thanking Christophe for having supported her through difficult times. Tina admits to Christophe that she is finding it increasingly difficult to stand all the ordeals the students have to face.