What's Your Actual High School Superlative?
You were hardworking and goal-oriented even in high school. Chances are you were involved in student government and a whole slew of extracurriculars (some you legit liked, some just beefed up your college apps). Whether or not you're actually into politics now, chances are you're more successful than most of your graduating class, and you're still the most tenacious and driven person in your group of friends.
Chances are you were super into drama club, probably a star choir member, and all about moving to the big city to make it big on stage. Wherever you are now, you're undoubtedly still as charismatic and charming as you were in high school, and a wild success. Hopefully you held onto your passion for theatrics, because no one can steal a spotlight like you.
You are the master of suave, the queen of cool. You might not have put a whole lot of effort into your high school experience academically, but you carped the diem real hard. Chances are you hung out with everyone, did some substantial partying, and came out of it all with some great stories. Wherever you are now, you're undoubtedly still using your magnetic personality to keep yourself surrounded by other people who are almost — but obviously never quite — as cool as you.
Chances are you're going to be planning the next reunion, so it's a good thing everyone in high school adored you. You were a social butterfly who meshed with everyone, and you probably got into every college on the map because of all your extracurriculars. All that extroverted awesomeness has no doubt taken you places in life, and you're one of the few people at the reunion everyone will be genuinely happy to see.
You probably had a tight-knit group of friends in high school who also enjoyed the less social scene, and have kept in touch. You were most likely very well liked, but didn't have a wide circle of friends in high school. You were chill, friendly, and fun, and people really dug you even though you rarely wandered away from the warm glow of a computer. Your aloof charm is probably still serving you well today.
Yes, you were totally rad in high school. You probably played in some sort of band, had local gigs, and maybe even went on to pursue it outside high school. Overall, people dug you for your talent, your laid-back nature, and your ability to not sweat the small stuff. Also, people underestimate the work that goes into a jam session — you worked hard in high school, even if it wasn't academically.
Whether you were into film, photography, painting, or pottery, you were definitely the artsy kid. You preferred the company of a few close friends, and people admired your talent and focus. You were probably extremely popular, didn't party much, and look back on high school with a sort of happy indifference. You're probably doing extraordinary things now, because you've always rocked.
You were probably a member of the most legendary of high school cliques — and also the friendliest! Even if you weren't a band geek (but come on, you probably were), you were as adorkable and funny as one could be in high school. You probably had a small group of close friends, and a large group of more casual friends. Chances are you were very well liked, but preferred to stay away from partying until your later school years. You're obviously doing well today, because band geeks are the best.
You either loved or absolutely loathed high school, but the good news is that either way, you were universally adored. Your sense of humor made everyone think you were breezing through high school, even if you weren't, and that magnetism is no doubt still serving you well today. Whether you were a loner or a social butterfly, people remember how hilarious you were above all else.