With Riley’s 16th birthday approaching, the kids contemplate the future and how rapidly their relationships will change in a few short years.
Riley tries to make new friends in high school but everyone acts less friendly than she expects.
Some students learn surprises about their diverse heritage during Cultural Week.
Riley wakes to find her childhood teddy bear, Barry the Bear, missing and enlists the help of her family and friends to find him.
Riley has trouble with her debate assignment when she must argue if people are naturally good or evil.
Maya has some concerns about Shawn and Katy’s upcoming wedding.
The group's ski trip comes to an end, and Lucas must finally choose between Maya and Riley.
When Cory becomes the head of the Nature Club, the whole gang heads out on a trip to a familiar ski lodge
Maya wants to do something bad to balance out all the good she's done lately.
Maya's art teacher implies that her friendship with Riley could be affecting her artist's voice, thus kicking her identity crisis into full gear.
Riley finds out the hard way that getting a bad grade in high school will count toward her permanent record.
Riley's worried that her new classmates don't like the real her so she invents and online alter-ego named Jexica; Cory and Topanga face Auggie's internet usage.
The foursome continues to navigate the rigors of high school; some join sports teams while others choose academic clubs.
Riley, Maya, Farkle and Lucas start their freshmen year and quickly learn their place as smaller fish in a much bigger lake.
The adventures of relatable and adventurous Riley Matthews, the tween daughter of Cory and Topanga Matthews, and her bold best friend Maya as they traverse the twists and turns of teenage years at Manhattan's John Quincy Adams Middle School where Riley's dad is their History teacher.