Girl Meets World Season 3: Pics From The First Five EpisodesGirl Meets World Season 3: Pics From The First Five Episodes
Girl Meets World Season 3 premieres on Disney Channel June 3, and we have photos from the first 5 episodes as the group goes... Girl Meets World Season 3: Pics From The First Five Episodes

Girl Meets World Season 3 begins this Friday, June 3 on the Disney Channel, and they’ve gone and released promotional photos and descriptions for the first five episodes of the new season.

Here are descriptions with spoilers for each of the new Girl Meets World Season 3 episodes; the photos follow below. Browse KSiteTV for more Girl Meets World content here!

“Girl Meets High School Part One” – June 3 – Riley, Maya, Lucas and Farkle are now freshmen in high school, and quickly learn what it is like to no longer be “kings” of the school.

“Girl Meets High School Part Two” – June 5 – As the group continues to adjust to the rigors of high school, some decide to join sports teams while others participate in academic clubs.

“Girl Meets Jexica” – June 10 – Riley creates an online alter-ego, Jexica, when she doesn’t feel confident that her new high school classmates will like the real her. Cory and Topanga struggle with Auggie’s internet usage.

“Girl Meets Permanent Record” – June 17 – After receiving a bad grade, Riley realizes high school scores count toward her permanent record.

“Girl Meets Triangle” – June 24 – Maya’s identity crisis kicks into full gear when her art teacher makes her realize her friendship with Riley may be affecting her artist’s voice.

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GIRL MEETS WORLD - "Girl Meets High School Part One" - Riley, Maya, Lucas and Farkle are now freshmen in high school, and quickly learn what it is like to no longer be "kings" of the school. This episode of "Girl Meets World" airs on Friday, June 03 (8:30 - 9:00 P.M. EDT) on Disney Channel. (Disney Channel/Mitch Haaseth)ROWAN BLANCHARD, SABRINA CARPENTER, AMIR MITCHELL-TOWNES

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