Four childhood friends, Valerie, Justine, Nicole and Sasha, decide to buy together a pair of shoes for all of them to use. When Valerie falls ill, hospitalized with dengue, Justine, Nicole and Sasha decide to use only one shoe, exchanging it weekly in memory of their friend. Wanting to spread the conscience on dengue, they decide to clean Valerie’s house surroundings. In the meantime, Valerie fights between life and death, and her mother, Victoria (Jailene Cintrón), suffers with her sense of guilt.
Petra, a 60 year old grandmother, is facing a great challenge, make her rebel granddaughter, Vicky, learn the meaning of respect. Vicky’s conduct at school is just as unrespectful; she’s even more offensive and mocking towards her classmates. To correct Vicky’s conduct, Petra makes an ingenious plan to teach Vicky a lesson on humility.
Merrary is the new girl at school. For her strange way of looking and walking, there’re rumors that she’s crazy and evil. Illia and Alice, two school bullies, mess with her physically and psychologically. Subject to such humiliation, Joe, a paralytic boy who takes classes with Merrary, is the only one to come to her defense.
When Lorena’s (Geraldine Fernández) jewels are gone without a trace, she know as a policewoman it must’ve been family theft. Her daughter Rose, a college student with excellent grades, convinces her it must’ve been Alex, her adopted brother who’s in school trouble for cutting class, when in reality it was Rose who stole the jewels to save her boyfriend’s life from some drug dealers for loosing a bet.
Three classmates with special powers, Nora, Ester and Carmen, form a secret society dedicated to doing good at school. Their goal: denounce all abuse and illegal acts at school. Along their school’s director (Edna Lisboa), they will defeat the reign of terror of Gilbert, alias “El Macho” and his girlfriend Afrodita, alias “La Potra”, who have a gang in the school that sells drugs.