|Reference: High school stereotypes|
Prep: Shallow, wears Hollister/Abercrombie. Listens to mainstream shit. Rich spoiled kids that are snobs.
Teenybopper: Pre-teen girl, likes Justin Bieber and Twilight. Keeps up with horrid popular fads.
Poser: Copy "popular" cliques. Would do anything to fit in, despite being fake.
Skater : Usually reckless, skate shirts, mingles with druggies.
Ghetto: Loud/annoying, undeserved sense of entitlement. Often black or Puerto Rican.
Jock/Cheerleader: The envy of many, get what they want, and often mingle with preps.
Nerd: The most picked on clique because others are jealous of their intelligence.
Geek: Not always smart. Many read anime and play video games.
Emo/Goth: "Depressed," wear black. Goths think they're more hardcore and smoke.
Scene: "Happy emos." Have a weird sense of style, but not original.
Punk/Rocker: Listens to rock music despite its unpopularity, smarter than mainstream sheep.
Metalhead: Don't like mainstream and preps, but are quite awesome and intelligent.
Druggie: Most preferred drug is weed, loves Bob Marley.
Creeper: Scary kid that nobody likes.
Loner: They have no friends.
Triple A's: Excel in Academics, Athletics, and Arts. Do community service and after-school activities. Usually ambitious.
Average: They are hard to be branded into cliques. They don't stand out and just hang out with friends. Many high schoolers are average.
High school stereotypes are use to brand students, though they are not often right.
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Middle school cliques
Sociologists Patricia and Peter Adler claim that Middle School cliques can fall under four specific labels:
The Popular Clique – members of this clique are generally known to have the most friends in their school, and are viewed as having the most fun.
The Fringe Group – members of this clique follow in the shadow of members of the popular clique—they mimic the popular cliques' actions, structure and guidelines, but are not actually part of it. They are "second in line" to the popular kids.
The Friendship Circles – members of friendship circles tend to be groups of friends who share a common belief, interest, style, appearance, or hobby, or are looking for their own culture separate from the other cliques.
The Loners – members of this group seem to have very few friends, and prefer to work and be alone. Some may be envious of those who belong to a different clique.
The friendship circles can be divided into some categories, such as...
The Athletic Group - members of this group play sports in or outside of school. They tend to have many friends and are sometimes with the popular clique. These kids are usually in a regular relationship.
The Nerds/Geeks- members of this group are studious, and care a lot about their schoolwork. Some may be socially impaired, however most have friends in the same group. They prefer video games, studying, and reading instead of playing sports or going to large social events.
The Punks/Emos – members of punk or emo cliques tend to have small amounts of friends and trouble interacting with others, they can be seen as violent or depressed due to their heavy use of makeup and dark clothing. This clique is less common in middle schools than it may be in high schools.
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