10 High School Stereotypes You Forgot About

High school wasn’t all about the cheerleaders and nerds. Here are some cliques you thought you’d never see again, and for some more seriously adolescent awkwardness check out High School USA and Animation Domination High-Def starting Saturday, July 27th from 11PM - 12:30AM on FOX.

1. The Goth Jock

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There are team captains, and there are scream captains.

2. The African American Jewish Kid

Ask him to explain how to celebrate Hanukkwanzaa.

3. The Kid with the Large Head

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There’s always a kid who goes through puberty head-first.

4. The Sexy Religious Girl

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Short skirts, promise ring, and lots of BJ’s — because she’s saving herself for marriage.

5. The Alternative

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By alternative, we mean search engine. You know the kid who always drops that he uses Wolfram|Alpha like he’s talking about hanging out with Jack Nicholson?

6. The Girl Who is Best Friends with Her Mom

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When her mom is called in for a parent-student conference, it’s just another chance to hang out.

7. The Do-Gooder

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He’ll either grow up to be a politician or a serial killer. Or both

8. The Perfect, Gorgeous, Valedictorian who is Nice, Popular, and Funny

She will have 3 kids and a depressing Facebook profile in ten years. They say It gets better, but for her it only gets worse.

9. The Girl Who Smells Like Milk

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We’ve never seen her drinking milk. Why was there a girl who always smelled like milk?

10. The Film Buff

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He thinks he’s Tarantino and he definitely acts like it, but his YouTube account isn’t quite there yet.

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