A building that the government requires by law people between the ages of 14 and 18 to be in all day long. Inside of this building, you will find:
Hot (Fall/Spring/Summer) Cold (Fall/Winter) rooms overcrowded with teenagers. In these rooms, the teenagers will sit at desks and listen to a teacher lecture for 90min (Block schedule) 40-60min (Regular schedules) some use block, some use regular
These teachers will shove all kinds of textbooks and worksheets in your face and expect you to get it all done in a short period of time. If you don't finish it in class (They give you no time) you are expected to do it on your own time at home. This is known as "Homework"
The teenagers in these buildings are all labeled by: prep, nerd, goth, punk, cool, etc.
(Preps) are people who usually have a lot of cash and are total "Do gooders" They get all their work well, usually in honors classes and very active in stuff like student government and sports. Female preps go out with the "Jocks" (Jocks) are dudes who play on the sports teams and are preps.
(Nerds) are dudes and girls who often wear glasses, neat clothes. Do good in class, etc.
(Goths) are dudes and girls who wear lots of outragious black clothing and listen to active rock artists like Marilyn Manson and Cradle Of Filth.
(Punks) are dudes who listen to a lot of alternative music, have piercings and do a lot of skateboarding.
(Cools) are people who hang out with everyone.
Lunchtime at High School is usually a time to socialize and eat nasty overpriced and crappy quality food.
(Administration) usually the cocky assholes known as the principals, deans, and security guards. They are total dicks and look down on everyone except for the preps, etc.
(Bookbags) heavy bags full of heavy textbooks that all people that go to HS must lug on their backs.
(Bus) either schoolbus or citybus, it all stinks.
(Bathrooms) the bathrooms at highschool lack any sanitation or privacy. You will often find sheisse rubbed on the walls along with grafiti.
Don't go to high school, go to jail according to Wisconsin law.