The Solar Blue Surf Academy's final heats become controversial when the last place goes to a German kiteboarder and the local favorite is left out.
To prove that she belongs at the academy, Anna challenges Joe.
Matt competes at an interschool surf competition when he is supposed to be signing his Solar Blue contract.
Fly runs up a huge mobile phone bill and gets a job at a carwash to pay it off.
Anna is prepared to quit until she reads a letter written by her former-coach predicting that she wouldn't last.
Edge has to change his attitude after his ego costs him a surf competition and almost ruins his friendship with Bec.
Heath jeopardizes his friendship with Matt by copying his science project.
Bec's allegiance is tested when her brother Joe begins hanging out with a new group.
Matt's father tries to persuade him to leave school and join the family business.
Perri thinks about leaving Solar Blue for a modeling contract with a rival sponsor.
A risky stunt threatens the life of Bec's younger brother.
Fly must deal with her crush on Heath after they get locked in a caravan together.
Perri rescues an adrenaline junkie who craves attention.
Heath falls in love with the new girl and begins skipping training and lying to everyone to be with her.
Fly's passive nature leads to lost surfing contests, but when she surfs to win, her friendship with Bec is tested.
After pushing herself to the limit, Anna decides it's time to relax.
Matt must convince Deb and Simmo to let Perri stay at the academy after it is discovered she has diabetes.
Edge's win-at-all-costs attitude alienates the guys at a triathlon.
Edge deals with the consequences of taking what doesn't belong to him and taking things for granted.
Bec faces her greatest fears: wiping out on big waves and admitting her feelings to Edge.
Perri kisses Edge, jeopardizing all the relationships in the house.
A surf magazine editor pressures Heath to secretly take photos of the academy's couples and their romantic escapades.
After winning a place on the South Coast junior kiteboarding team, Anna must choose between surfing and kiteboarding.
The Solar Blue band promises to play at a local surf competition but Fly's lack of musical ability threatens to destroy the evening.
Heath suspects that the winners have already been chosen and is ready to give up.
Friendships are put aside as the team competes for a place the World Championship Tour and Solar Blue sponsorship.