|Grade||5 (seasons 1-4) 6 (seasons 4+)|
|Aliases||The Fifth Graders|
|First Appearance||Cartman Gets An Anal Probe (Pilot)|
The sixth graders hate the fourth graders - they're far more mature than them, spending their free time doing bike tricks in their hangout, smoking cigarettes, and watching hardcore pornography. Nothing draws the sixth graders together, however, like an opportunity to terrorize the fourth graders, whether it be by forcing them to eat hot tamales, using old corpses, or just kicking their asses. Easy ways to avoid them - have a picture of some round, squishy globes (Sharon Marsh's breasts are preferred) or hide near water. Their usual leader is a tall boy of East Asian descent with messy brown hair and a picture of his own face on his shirt. They're also sometimes joined by Scott Tenorman, a ninth grader with his own hatred for kids.
- "Stupid little fourthies!"
- "Yeah, I don't really like the water." (The Return of the Fellowship of the Ring to the Two Towers)
- "Come back with a naked picture of your mom!" (Pre-School)
- "I need three minutes alone with the picture behind the bushes." (Pre-School)
- Cartman Gets An Anal Probe (s01e01; unaired pilot version)
- Clubhouses (s02e12)
- Korn's Groovy Pirate Ghost Mystery (s03e12)
- Cartmanland (s05e06)
- The Return of the Fellowship of the Ring to the Two Towers (s06e13)
- Pre-School (s08e10)
- Breast Cancer Show Ever (s12e09; cameo)
- Butterballs (s16e05; cameo)
The sixth graders, under the leadership of Scott Tenorman, are recruited by the game's villain to help destroy the town. Craig Tucker tips the boys off to their hangout, but even after they are defeated they continue menacing the player, on bikes and on foot, until the final battle.
The three main sixth graders appear between Skeeter's Bar and Cocktails and Jimbo's Guns in an alleyway smoking stolen cigarettes. The player must battle and defeat them to gain the cigarettes, which they can then bring to the Goth Kids to help gain their favor.
- During the first three and a half seasons they were the Fifth Graders, though they only made one on-screen appearance at this age. (Two if the Unaired Pilot is counted.)