People of a certain age basically: anyone who's been out of high school for at least a decade or two like to say things like, "High school kids today have it too easy. Back in my day, we used to…" before spouting off some hyperbolic hardship. They had to walk to and from school in the snow and write out school assignments by hand until their fingers bled.
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There's something relatable AF about high school TV shows that keeps us coming back for more , no matter how old we get. But sadly, many of our favorite shows are totally out of touch with reality. When teenage characters are played by year-old actors with zero acne and unrealistic vocabularies, we're forced to question whether these screenwriters have actually stepped foot on a high-school campus before. Although we all love to marvel at outrageous dramas like Gossip Girl and Pretty Little Liars , they don't remind us much of the cliques, procrastination, and cafeteria food that we had to suffer through. If you are looking to truly transport back in time , we've compiled a list of hormone-drenched shows that are near-biographic representations of our high-school lives. Grab your old marching band uniform and some movie popcorn and get ready for hours and hours of teenage angst! View On One Page. Photo 0 of 8.
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The following 15, though, are the ones that best grasp these adolescent experiences as filtered through the hallowed halls of high school. It follows a group of Austin, Texas, high schoolers around as they kick off their summer vacation by getting drunk, getting high, and getting jiggy with it. The picture is virtually plotless, yet by nailing the look, the music, and the dialogue of the era , Linklater generates a you-are-there vibe as he examines a period when indulging in vices was viewed as a coming-of-age rite of passage rather than a life-threatening act of immorality. Fortunately, very few schools are like Lincoln High Of course, no one will be mistaking this exploitation yarn for a serious social critique.
Helping to prepare your teen for life after high school is one of the most important tasks you'll have as a parent. It can be hard to imagine your baby as an adult. But with the right approach, helping your teen move into adulthood can be rewarding. Going to college, getting a job, or taking time off are common choices teens face. Here's how you can help your adult-to-be make the best decision. Although you may remember starting your own college search in the fall of your senior year, many teens these days need to get started earlier because of the extensive research involved and the deadlines for early admissions programs to competitive programs. In fact, many students begin as early as the fall of their junior year. A good preparation for your teen is to sit down and start writing — this is great practice for the application process. Teens should list their goals as well as their accomplishments, even if they haven't yet decided on a field of study.