What High School Clique Do You Belong To?

Most people belong to some sort of clique in high school... We can guess which you belonged to, or which you most align!

What's your preferred before-school breakfast?

Which word best describes you?

What do you do when you meet new people?

What's your lunch of the day?

What's your friend group like?

Which club are you joining?

What do you do to pass time in homeroom?

Today's math lesson is super boring. What are you doing?

What elective are you taking this semester?

It's time to get up for school! What do you do after your alarm goes off?

What's your usual go-to fit?

How do you get to school?

What are your after-school plans?

What do you do at a party?

Where can you be found on the weekend?

What can you never leave the house without?

You see your crush in the hallway between periods... What do you do?

You're late to class... What do you do?

Where are you sitting at lunch?

It's P.E.! What are you doing?

How do you unwind after a long day at school?

Where do you shop?

What's your best subject?

What are your go-to shoes to throw on for the day?

It's the homecoming football game! Where are you?

Who is your rival clique?

Why are you in detention?

What's your prom group look like?

Do you even like school?

Which high school TV show do you relate the most to?

How many piercings do you have?

What kind of car would you drive?

What's your favorite sport?

Out of these scenarios, which one would excite you the most?

It's spirit week! What's your favorite way to participate?

How do teachers feel about you?

What are your study habits like?

On a scale of 1 (hated it) to 4 (would stay forever), how much do you like high school?

What are your after-high school plans?

Are you ready for a high school reunion?

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