A public high school located just outside the ghettos of Brunswick, Georgia that was established in 1788. Although the school is composed of several historically beautiful buildings, the students that habituate it are far from classy. 50% of the population are black, and the other 50% are composed of the following Caucasian subgroups: stuck-up, St. Simon's Island preps and their followers (more details later); emo students who spend their time backflipping off of oak trees; rednecks who drive incessantly loud trucks; unattractive band students; and whorish theater kids.
The "prep" category encompasses most of the population because conformity is highly regarded in the South. The boys, who are mostly pre-fraternity bros, wear Ralph Lauren striped polos, khaki shorts, and expensive shoes, whilst the girls wear North Face rainjackets and fashions that are outdated by a few years (for example, in 2010 the girls just started sporting the "Ray-bans and Vans look"). If you aren't part of the Pirates of the Spanish Maine sorority, then you most likely aren't at the top of the prep social chain; however, there are many wannabe prepsters that cling onto the group. This large clique dismisses any type of individuality, as they all dress, talk, and look the same.
Although there are a few cool minority groups, none are persistent enough to keep Glynn Academy from becoming a breeding ground for ignorant southern folk and bratty rich kids.
A white kid listening to rap music whilst driving the Mercedes-Benz your dad bought after you totaled your BMW? Must be a Glynn Academy student.
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