|43.||charlotte high school|
1: A school in Charlotte County that is currently in portable classrooms, except for the gymnasium. The classrooms were destroyed by Hurricane Charley.
Furthermore, this school feels the need to cosmetically repair the gymnasium, which looks fine, before repairing the classrooms.
Charlotte High School funds sports outrageously while academics come second. After academics is fine arts, which gets no funding at all.
Charlotte High School's care for the well-being of students is demonstrated in all of the careless construction equipment left cluttered.
2: A term that can be used to describe a double standard, especially about academics and sports.
2: Are you serious? Football doesn't have to fundraise anything ever? Classic /iCharlotte High School.i
Hamden is an interesting town. It consists of the crappy strip mall and the only place to hang out is the North Haven movie theater, the Plaza, or go bowling. The plaza is a boring place to walk around and full of drug deals. Bowling alley, if you go and your white, haha good luck. Hamden is full of the typical crowded elementary schools and the dumpy middle school which is probably in the worst possible location of the whole town. And yes, it is built on a toxic waste dumb. The new one being built should be a lot better but has already caused problems with the old hags complaining about some memorial there. The middle school is where the kids are first being introduced to smoking and drugs. Many parents also do their best to try and have their kids avoid this school by either sending them to the catholic or private schools.more...
Then there is the high school where there is everything imaginable. Ya got the preps, gangsters, wiggers (white people wanting to be black), goths, emo kids wanting to kill themselves, the pot heads, special ed kids, jocks, hispanics, cheerleaders that everyone pretty much hates, the amazing dance team, the hockey players, and yeah.. we have transvestites. If you are white, and not popular you will find it very scary walking down the hallways and do NOT look at the black girls wrong, just watch for that. Smoking goes on in the bathroom and all the people smell like smoke in the classrooms but the teachers seems oblivious to everything. The on...
1. No concept of township. Everyone lives in communities surrounding the city
2. Extremely wealthy (everyone drives an BMW, Mercedes, Lexus, etc and lives in a monstrous house)
3. Private schools with huge campuses, old mansions and castles for classrooms, and millions of dollars in endowments (schools arguably better than most colleges)
4. Pastel colors such as hot yellow, pink, green, baby blue, in addition to plaid pants and multicolor belts
5. Polo is the only thing to wear (Abercrombie and American Eagle are trashy and fake by real Baltimore standards)
6. Lacrosse is life and the MIAA is the best in the country with lax games drawing hundreds of people and the MIAA championship drawing 1000s
7. Kids could drink from their first days in high school and we are good at driving drunk
8. House or field parties every weekend
9. Its called Beruit not beer pong
10. Preakness and Hunt Cup
11. Ocean City
Baltimore Prep Schools include:
Calvert Hall College High School
Boys' Latin School of Maryland
St. Paul's School
Mt. St. Jospeh's
Roland Park Country School (RPCS)
St. Paul's School for Girls
Notre Dame Prep (NDP)
Mt. De Sales
Mr. Floyd is a commonly known creature that hides in the damp and dark environment of the spanish classrooms in the BSN. It can be identified by its high green trousers, which reach a minimum of its neck.
"Omg he has his trousers up to his neck - he's pulling a Mr. Floyd"
|47.||cold spring harbor|
A hamlet within Huntington Township on Long Island. It is known for a wealthy and snobby populace, few of whom are smart enough to tie their own $120 sneakers. Good people in this part of town are scarce, as the majority of them have money on account of inheritance or sheer ruthlessness. The offspring of these individuals, therefore, usually turn out very spoiled, selfish, and incompetant. Everyone's kids go off to good colleges because their parents have lots of money and connections. Cold Spring Harbor High School takes pride in its accademic reputation, though very little actually learning occurs within the classrooms. During the 1800s, Cold Spring Harbor was a prosperous whaling and trading port. These days, its commerce consists largely of small shops geared towards upperclass middle aged people. The rates of violent crime are low, but the area has a severe drug problem, with increasing numbers of teenage drug addicts.
Cold Spring Harbor isn't as grand as it sounds.
Japan, a country often not seen for what it really is. It is one of the world's largest powers, however, many think everyone wears kimono, watches anime, practices karate everyday, and eat only rice. There is much more to it than that.more...
Due to being an island, Japan's main source of food is seafood. Sushi is one of Japan's specialties and can be made in a variety of ways. Popular dishes include Nigiri, Gunkan, and Norimaki. (source : japan-guide.com)
Another type of popular Japanese foods are its sweets. Some of the most famous are Pocky (bisquit sticks covered with a type of icing), Pucca (sea-creature shaped pretzle-like snack filled with chocolate), and Ramune Candies (made after a popular drink called Ramune that's very sweet and comes in a glass bottle with a marble in the neck). These items are shipped around the world and can commonly be found in a local store.
In the common Japanese household, many things are different from what you may be used to. When you enter one's home, you take off your shoes at a front square, switching to slippers (common colour is green).
When you need to use the restroom, there is another type of slippers availab...
A place where teachers hide because they cannot face the children waltzing into their classrooms. Many teachers fear the children and when they do not feel threatened they come out of the domain growling and barking at the students to demonstrate superiority and aggressiveness.
Ms. Timmerman's domain in the earth science room