Grace and five other middle school students sneak off on bikes to save a dead bully’s soul after gossip brands one of them as a delinquent pervert; wrong turns force the kids to change how they view themselves and one another, while their parents drink, cast blame and come to blows.
Grace knows her brother Henry isn’t perfect, but he isn’t a pervert either, no matter what an out of control mom swears he did to her daughter. When the police show up and rumors run amuck, Henry and Grace descend into middle school hell. She latches onto a way to end their fall from grace: everything was fine until a car accident killed the neighborhood bully;
it’ll be fine again as soon as she gets the bully into heaven. If only it were that easy.
I'm sorry but I honest to dog do not want to see "middle school" and "pervert" in the same sentence EVER. I know kids fling that word back and forth at each other without context but you've got context here.
And "sneak off on bikes" has zero relationship to "getting the bully into heaven" unless they plan to revive the closing scene in ET.
Focus. You're all over the map here.