It says a lot about me that the bit I really want to write in the SW-as-SPN story is their version of "What Is and What Should Never Be." *facepalm* AU of an AU, man. That's me.
(Where Anakin is going for his Ph.D at Caltech! And he's married to Padme! And Obi-Wan has a degree from Brown and is in the military! And Qui-Gon is dead! Still!)
And the part that's not going to be in there, from Anakin and Obi-Wan's one year together in high school (four year age difference, here -- look, if I can set it on Earth, I can change their ages), where Obi-Wan, who's mostly skated by in high school -- he'll do the work in class and he tends to ace the tests because he has a good memory, but he never does homework -- gets saddled with a teacher who actually cares what happens to him, so she starts keeping him after and forcing him to do his work. Unfortunately, Obi-Wan's in Anakin babysitting mode, so Anakin ends up sitting in the cafeteria for the three hours or so Obi-Wan's getting tutored -- doing his homework, which is a plus, but he gets it done fast, which is not. That's what he's doing when the basketball coach sees him sitting there alone and coerces him into playing basketball, where he makes varsity.
And Anakin plays basketball and then gets into a fight with another player during an away game and Obi-Wan comes to all his home games and looks kind of proud but disbelieving and Qui-Gon ranges around killing things. Obi-Wan's teacher coerces him into taking the SAT and the subject tests, and bullies him into applying to college, and they're all actually halfway normal until Qui-Gon ends up in the hospital because of a hunt gone bad. Obi-Wan and Anakin turn up, panicked, and Obi-Wan starts packing to finish Qui-Gon's hunt and Anakin says he's coming too, only he has a big playoffs game that night and Obi-Wan says, no, go be normal, and Anakin says, I'm not letting you out there alone, and they go hunt the thing down and kill it. Which is great, except for the part where Anakin missed the game. Which he's absolutely terrified about, because he really does want to be normal.
But because it's a small town, the coach heard about Qui-Gon ending up in the hospital, and he thinks he understands why Anakin skipped out. And they made it to state anyway. So Anakin goes to State, and Obi-Wan skips school to watch him and Qui-Gon shows up and looks stern, and life goes on without anything else interesting happening, and when the teacher asks, Obi-Wan lies and says he didn't get into any schools. And he graduates, and they move on because that's what they do. And a few days after they've left town, the teacher gets a copy of Obi-Wan's acceptance letter to Brown in the mail.