There's been a lot of hopeful rumor that there will one day be a sequel to the infamous Bully, a Rockstar game similar to GTA V and Red Dead Redemption albeit with much less gun violence and much more skipping class.
While there's been no official confirmation of a sequel being in the works, it seems now that according to sources speaking to VGC, there was a sequel being developed some years ago, and got as far as having a playable build, but the production was ultimately cancelled.
The sources suggest that one concept for the sequel would have depicted Jimmy's time at school or college. It seems that the game was being developed between May 2010 right through to the end of 2013, and Rockstar New England had put together and completed a "very small slice" of the game by the time development had ceased.
The game used the Rockstar Advanced Game Engine, or RAGE, which was also used in GTA IV and Red Dead Redemption, and more recently Max Payne 3, GTA V and RDR2 in updated form.
It remains to be seen if the project will ever indeed be revived, but we have to assume it stalled for a reason. Still, here's hoping.