On Sunday, a cast of three-dimensional students who are the product of an experiment that started with a classroom and then moved to a new school was announced as one of the first students to be cast for the new show, the hit series.
“It’s exciting for me to be able to say that we have cast two of my closest friends from my high school and my school, which is a really cool thing,” said teacher and writer Laura Biermann, who is the executive producer.
The cast of North West is made up of six students from the school’s kindergarten through 12th grades, with the final four being cast members from other schools.
“We wanted to make sure that the cast has a unique voice,” Bierman said.
The casting of the cast of the new North West series is one of several new initiatives in the ABC’s North West program, which will be seen through the lens of a fictional high school called The North.
“I think it’s a really exciting time to be a kid, and I think that it’s great to be in a program that is not only about kids and their interests but is about education,” Biersman said, adding that she is excited to share her cast with parents.
“When you are in a show that is very similar to a real high school experience, there is a lot of emotion,” she said.
North West is about two girls and one boy who have to deal with the challenges of a school where kids go to school with a variety of challenges.
The show will be a mix of the school and real life, with a mix that is inspired by the school of rocks, which Biermans family grew up in.
Bierman described the show as a “new, modern-day version of a high school”, and said that a lot is different in the show compared to the original.
“The school was really fun,” she explained.
“You can’t really predict what happens in a high-school.
The show has a much more realistic approach.
We have to keep it real and honest.”
In order to keep kids on board, the show will explore a wide variety of topics including the struggles of students who grow up in a rural community, and the issues surrounding mental health.
“One of the most interesting things about this show is the fact that we are also in a time where kids are going to school,” said Bier.
“So, it’s really about being able to connect with your kids and to not make them feel like they have to be there for you.”
The show is being filmed at North West for the first time, and will be available on the ABC at 9:30am on Sunday.