|2.||Shawnee Mission North|
The first (and best) Shawnee Mission High School. Best Drama department in the midwest, despite the lower budget than other schools. Lots of pep at sporting events, no matter what the score is. The only students doing drugs are the ones too stupid to get themselves involved. Contrary to popular belief, poor schools have LESS drug problems. Because the students don't have the money to BUY drugs.
Westkid1: Did you see the retards at the Shawnee Mission North game?
Westkid2: Yeah, they were still cheering like they had a fighting chance!
Northkid: At least we were polite and courteous to the visiting team
|1.||Shawnee Mission North|
Shawnee mission north The oldest of the Shawnee mission Schools but certainly not the wisest. A risque school filled with hooligans and Dk's. North prides its self on its Theater department and its ROTC program (or more like Nazi due to its cult like nature). The school itself is flooded with dirty kids roaming the hallways and cluttering the corners engaging in disgusting activities such as making out for extended amounts of time in public and being obnoxiously loud to ingest the attention from the rest of the cafeteria that they are neglected at home. Not all kids at north are total grenades, they have the pep club and student council who so desperately attempt to bring north a good name and make up for the fact that all of their sport teams end seasons with terrible scores. There is still much school pride despite the horrible test scores and all round school attendance. Shawnee missions biggest rivalries include Shawnee mission East (also known as the rich vs. poor) and Shawnee mission North west (also know as the clean vs. dirty) Both schools obliterate North at any thing that is competition, regardless north will always be a good sport and accept its place as the worst school in the Shawnee mission district.
(north kid) Shawnee Mission North is the best!
(guy) oh really? How so?
(north kid) well.. Um... our Theater department!
(guy) anything else?
(north kid) That's about it...