(MOBILE, Ala.) Some middle school students got a lesson on the value of an education Tuesday.
It's called the "Choice Bus", and it's an interactive way for kids to see what could happen if they drop out of school.
The bus is half classroom, half prison cell. Those with the bus say they want to help kids think twice about their future.
"It looks like a little mini movie theater, but at the end of that video, then we reveal the possible consequences of not getting an education", said Pat Lynn, with the "Choice Bus".
School officials agree. They say this approach is a way for kids to see real life options for themselves.
"It also is a tool that allows our students to get a real world and real life experience", said Chermine Wright, a counselor at Chastang Middle School.
Folks with the "Choice Bus" travel around the U.S. talking to kids about money management, staying in school, making the right choices and having a better quality of life.