In the late 1960s there was a rise of violent student movements in Universities. This trickled down even to the lowest kindergarten class. To a point where no teacher was safe. It was then decided teachers could carry weapons and even have a license to kill. The students more oppressed then ever start guerrilla movements to bring down this tyranny. Only it seems the guerrilla's themselves are vicious maniacs.
Are heroes (anti-heroes?!) are Saotome Mondo and Midou Tatsuma. At first it seems they really want to help the students but in truth Mondo just wants to incite violence and murder. He ends up indirectly killing many of the students on his rampage through the school. Midou seems like the reasonable one but when it comes down to it Midou can go off the edge just as bad.
At this point I guess his evil plan is to have Mondo rescue her?! I'm not sure Mondo has no connection to her at this point and going goes to rescue her because she is hot and has nice boobs. Truly, we stand at the peak of truly great motivation in stories.
After this point I don't want to say to much about the plot. The second half is full of strange twists and I wouldn't want to ruin them. Though I will have to say this story just kind of ends on a "eh, what?" note. A bunch of stuff happen and then then go for what seems to be the final fight. Only it's "The End" and not an actual final fight.
I want to say the plot is a mess (which it kind of it) but to me the big problem was Saotome Mondo's character. Was he supposed to be a guerrilla for the people, a redemptionless murderer, someone who at least cares about his friends, or someone who cares about no one? The character was kind of all over the place. Though, even with those problems it was still a really fun read.
If you are looking for something over the top and don't want to think to hard, this is certainly a great red. Guerrilla High even though it has problems was still a very fun read worth checking out.