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Cliques of CRHS (Karah L)

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Cliques of CRHS

The RednecksThey can typically be heard revving up their trucks loudly in the parking lot. They often wear any combination of hat, boots, and/or camo. They swear frequently, but are quite friendly people. From what I've seen, they don't tend to care as much about their studies as some of the rest of the school. Many are avid Trump supporters.

The RednecksThey can typically be heard revving up their trucks loudly in the parking lot. They often wear any combination of hat, boots, and/or camo. They swear frequently, but are quite friendly people. From what I've seen, they don't tend to care as much about their studies as some of the rest of the school. Many are avid Trump supporters.

The Arts StudentsI'm applying this term to students who take band, choir, theatre, or any other artistic class. They tend to be very creative people. They are usually either very outgoing or very quiet when in class, but more introverted members come out of their shell when surrounded by their friends. Arts students can be seen wearing both casual band shirts and tasteful outfits, depending on the personality. Most are musically inclined, and all seem to be comfortable with who they are.

The Honors StudentsThey take all the hardest classes. These are the students that you see cramming for tests during lunch. If you peek into one of their morning classes, they might look half dead. Honors students' clothes range from dressy outfits to old sweats, depending on the day. They are good at solving problems, and even better at procrastinating. Most honors students I've talked to are very nice, and will try to help you if you can't figure something out.

The AthletesThis covers anyone who plays a sport, which INCLUDES cheerleading (they compete!). Athletes are a generally happy bunch; they like to have fun. They are usually in good shape, and are pretty sociable people. They are good with physical activities and teamwork. They may or may not dress up, but they are guaranteed to be stocked with athletic clothes. Most have a healthy competetive streak, but are good natured people.

The Arts StudentsI'm applying this term to students who take band, choir, theatre, or any other artistic class. They tend to be very creative people. They are usually either very outgoing or very quiet when in class, but more introverted members come out of their shell when surrounded by their friends. Arts students can be seen wearing both casual band shirts and tasteful outfits, depending on the personality. Most are musically inclined, and all seem to be comfortable with who they are.

The Honors StudentsThey take all the hardest classes. These are the students that you see cramming for tests during lunch. If you peek into one of their morning classes, they might look half dead. Honors students' clothes range from dressy outfits to old sweats, depending on the day. They are good at solving problems, and even better at procrastinating. Most honors students I've talked to are very nice, and will try to help you if you can't figure something out.

The AthletesThis covers anyone who plays a sport, which INCLUDES cheerleading (they compete!). Athletes are a generally happy bunch; they like to have fun. They are usually in good shape, and are pretty sociable people. They are good with physical activities and teamwork. They may or may not dress up, but they are guaranteed to be stocked with athletic clothes. Most have a healthy competetive streak, but are good natured people.

Karah L. 3rd


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