There's a biological reason why.
The crowd went nuts.
Some are blaming Donald Trump.
Now anyone can be king or queen.
"It sounds like a big effort, but it can be done."
Teens are just going to be teens.
*Insert eye roll*
This is disturbing.
It’s just menstruation.
"You guys are crazy."
"Isn’t that what school is supposed to teach you? To be happy with who you are?"
Parents were NOT pleased.
"This is ridiculous!"
That's what they would call "dropping the mic."
SEVENTY-TWO THOUSAND LADY BUGS!
I understand that to high schoolers, prom is everything. But just wait until date parties and formals in college, or better yet, your cousin's open bar wedding.
Why is college so, so, so much better than high school could ever hope to be? Here are a few of the many reasons.
The summer between high school graduation and college is probably one of the most bittersweet you'll ever experience. While you're head-over-heels excited to be heading off to a whole new school in a few months, saying goodbye to the close-knit group of friends you've grown up with is tough.
College decision letters are rolling in for high school seniors, and the time to choose where you're headed for the next chapter of your life is fast approaching. If you're still on the fence about which school you'll be attending, you're not alone.
High school is a very interesting time in a person's life, even more so than college. I think what makes it so "interesting" is that we aren't really adults yet, but we try to act like it. Our changing bodies and emotional states of mind certainly don't add well to the mix, and only further contribute to our madness.
The white students painted themselves black (for historic accuracy), dressed in what they believed to be urban attire (for cultural relevance) and proceeded to beat one another with what appears to be an umbrella (-ella, -ella, ay).
At the time, I took high school way too seriously. If I could visit my 16-year-old self in a time machine, I would promptly slap her and tell her to calm down. Now I wish I could reverse the clock and have a million times more fun. Needless to say, I miss quite a few things from high school.
For many of us who are going back to our hometowns for Thanksgiving break, the possibility of seeing your ex boyfriend or girlfriend is very likely. This can be especially awkward if you broke it off just because you two were going to different schools.
Unless you live in an internet-less cave, or are one of those "I don't have a Facebook" weirdos, then you have to already know that Facebook is going to change A LOT in the next few weeks. The new Facebook Timeline profile is a stalkers dream. The Timeline highlights events in your life (because we all want to re-live that bad break-up), and Facebook is teaming up with other websites, like Hulu, so you can watch shows with your friends over Facebook.
She’s an aspiration. You know you’ll never have her closet or her men or her friends who always seem to always have time to grab lunch with her despite their real jobs. She’s pure fiction, but I still love her. And now she’s going to be ruined.
High school, that little local bubble of a world (unless you’re in an out of state school for one reason or another). A lot of couples are practically tied to the hip when graduation comes and then there’s the decision that has to be made: “Do I take the relationship to college with me?”
In high school, my sex ed was what you would call minimal. Since Texas firmly believes in abstinence only education (which so doesn't work - my high school had a day care program for crying out loud!), I consider myself very lucky that I had a very open-minded mother who taught me about sex. Here's what they should be teaching high schoolers in order to better prepare them.
High school photos are terrible. It didn’t matter how I parted my hair or which neutral color shirt I chose, I always ended up with an awkward—head pretty much twisted off body, toothy grin—photo. Far from my best glamour shots. But let's take a look at some our girl crushes in their high school days and let’s see who made the grades.
For us, the incoming freshman of the Class of 2015, we’ve got less than a season to primp ourselves, prep our minds, and broaden our horizons enough to give a great first impression on that first day of classes. (And if we plan on rushing a sorority fall semester, that pressure is basically quadrupled.)
There are a lot of inconsistencies between real high school and the way high school is portrayed on TV shows. For example, the fact that TV high schools let students chill aimlessly in the hall every 10 minutes or how they obviously never have any homework since their fictional lives are way too action-packed to have time for anything like that.