Post # 1
I have to admit I was in the Marching Band, Drumline and Pep band group. I rocked the Clarinet, drums and the band uniform! Honestly, we were pretty cool too =) lol.
I went to a small town high school that had around 400 students total from grades 9-12. We didn’t have really “clicks” but just different social groups. I have to say I was blessed to go to a school where there were not super mean groups or super picked on groups. Everyone pretty much got along.
But I’m still curious…where did you fit in back in highschool? If your old classmates saw you now would they be surprised???
Post # 3
“Nerd” clique all the way, lol!
Beta Club, Debate, National Honor Society, Newspaper Editor of the Editorial page, French Club, etc. Good times!
Post # 4
Nerd/Musical Theater Clique.
Often spent my lunch hour in the science library quoting Monty Python & the Holy Grail, or spent lunch hour in the choir room singing.
Post # 5
I was in AP classes and a Varsity swimmer. I guess I was smart and an uber jock haha
Post # 6
I was a cheerleader and student council member. Technically, I was just in the cheerleader clique because most of my squad members were in ap classes and student council too.
Post # 7
I was a nerd! I waiting in the library in the morning with my friends for classes to start and I used to skip pep rallies to just walk around the library and look at all the books.
Post # 8
I was in the Drama club… Can you tell? haha
All of my friends were there and I met my bf through theatre. 🙂
Post # 9
i was in the Orch Dork (Orchestra) and Punk cliques, I guess. Even though I was an “achiever” I hung out with the burnouts lol. The main table I sat with was pretty normal though, I can’t really classify it.
Post # 10
I was in the cool clique 🙂 I was a cheerleader, student council, etc.
I don’t think my classmates would be too surprised. I am pretty much the same person now!
Post # 11
@elliestan: lol you sound like me back in highschool! I kinda had friends from all backgrounds. I was chosen to be in my schools CSI (teachers pick high achieving students to be leaders for the school) program but I still hung out with some the “burn outs”. And by “table” you mean lunch table right?? LOL Did you graduate within the past few years? You seem like your around my age. You sound like you would of been one of my highschool friends!!! haha
Post # 12
I was clique-less. More of a loner than anything else (and home-schooled). My senior year, some of the goths kind of “adopted” me. My brother is convinced I would either have ended up extremely goth or just suicidal if I’d gone to public high school (he did public school and he was a band nerd who worked out.)
Post # 13
I was on the dance team. Flag/baton twirler during football season, and jazz after that. I was in AP classes as well. I think I was classified as a “preppy” kid. It’s funny how it really doesn’t matter anymore, but it was so important then.
Post # 14
We had nerds, jocks, and popular kids in our small high school class. However, our little group of friends didn’t really fit into a “click” so we were referred to as “the other people.” So we became the “others.” lol
Post # 15
this is a subject FH and I argue about….lol we went to high school together and he claims i was one of the popular chicks…. i beg to differ…. to me the popular cliques are like the girls on the movie mean girls….no offense to anyone!! in our high school, they were the ones who knew everyone, always got invited to parties and such, were on cheerleading squad and/or varsity teams….none of which was me….lol it was more like, i was ‘known’ by everyone…only cuz i was top of my class….but i wasn’t a nerd…although i felt like one on the inside…lol i never got picked on, was in choir, marching band, musicals, and many other clubs, but didnt really get invited to parties or other such things…..i was friendly and got along with all the other cliques but never really felt like part of any of them…..guess i was a floater?? haha….
Post # 16
I guess I was the “cool Clique” I was a cheerleader and dancer…but I was in national honors society and chorus as well…so I dont know. And missfroggy i agree it seemed so important back then and now it’s like who cares? LOL