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What kind of student were you in school?

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What kind of student were you in school?

Paydn Augustine: My senior year of high school was great; I never did any homework, I aced every test I took, and I pretty much controlled all the design art in the school. I had my own room complete with microwave, TV, Xbox and all the art supplies I wanted for free. Needless to say, I spent a lot of time ditching class. But that’s what kids who smoke cigarettes in high school do, right?

Paula Saltas: I was more like a Sandra Dee than a Rizzo. I haven’t changed one bit.

Colin Wolf: For some reason, I was voted “best person to be stranded on a desert island with” my senior year. I like to think that it was because of my personality, but it was probably because I was really skinny and could be easily overpowered and eaten in an extreme situation.

Pete Saltas: I was the straight-A student who skipped class as often as possible and ended up in detention multiple times per week as a result.

Kolbie Stonehocker: I was a huge dork in school: hung out in the library before class, (near) perfect grades, played in the orchestra, obsessed with Lord of The Rings. I could have played the stereotypical geek in any high school movie.

Rachel Piper: I was an academic achiever, but my shiny reputation had a few tarnishes—I was perpetually tardy, skipped class whenever I could get away with it and was always getting in trouble for talking, falling asleep or passing notes.

Reader Response:

Natalie Neff: I was the goody-goody who failed all my classes because I wasn’t very smart.

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