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Welcome Back to Hollywood High

The Cliques

a part of “Welcome Back to Hollywood High”, a fictional universe by TvJunkie19.

The role-play follows the lives of the high schoolers that go to Hollywood High School as they deal with the drama of their lives both in and out of school.

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The Cliques

Tips: 0.00 INK Postby TvJunkie19 on Sun Nov 23, 2014 7:07 pm

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Some embrace it and others despise it - regardless of your opinions, cliques do exist and they play a major role in high school.The thing about cliques is that because of the stereotypes that surround each clique misconceptions can be made about the individuals in them. The cheerleaders probably aren’t all pretty. The pretty people probably aren’t all popular. The pretty girls who like robots are in the science lab with the nerds. The pretty girls who like theater are in rehearsals with the other thespians. The pretty girls who like basketball are playing on the court with her fellow jocks. While some of the stereotypes surrounding cliques maybe true it doesn't mean they all are. People aren't they're cliques. Remember that your cliques don't define who your are as a person. You do.

The cliques you find yourself drawn to hold the people who are going to be your bestest if not only friends for the next at the very least four years of your life. Or so you think. Just because your in the same clique doesn't mean everyone in the clique is your friend. They may hang around you and laugh with you but that doesn't mean they're going to be there for you. The very people who claim to have your back can be the same ones who stab you in it. People pretend. Jealousy doesn't live far. So know your circle, because the saddest thing about betrayal is that it never comes from your enemies. Your real friends won't care if you come from money, can deal with you on both your good and bad days and will be the ones to help you through the next four years of your life. At the end of the day, real situations expose fake friends, so pay close attention to those in your inner circle.

The most vicious kids aren’t always at the top. Everyone thinks it's the Queen Bee you have to worry about, but that's not always the case. The girl who’s daddy can buy and sell the whole town has nothing to worry about and no need to be mean to anyone, because she could do nearly anything and still be the richest girl around. She’s secure in her position. It’s the kids in the middle and at the bottom who are going to be fighting, the ones who are either trying to get into the favored sphere of influence or who are trying to stay in it. The Queen Bee maybe mean, but her meanness won’t have that same edge of desperation that her sycophants have. I mean they’re the ones with something to lose if she decides to not like them anymore.

At Hollywood High its not ‘the popular group’ vs ‘everyone else.’ The thing that's fun about high school and school hierarchies are that there complex. Between all the rivalries and infighting within the different groups and cliques who has time to think about that popular girl who doesn't even know you exist. Your better off putting your energy into keeping an eye on that thespian girl who is looking to snake you out of your lead role in upcoming musical. One thing about high schools is that they're all the same. You've got your enemies and your frenemies, make-ups and break-ups, the gossip and rumors and the basic everyday high school drama. Welcome to Hollywood High!


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Six groups and twenty different cliques. Wondering how it all works? Let me break it down for you. At Hollywood High there are six groups; the A-Listers, the B-Listers, the Virtuosi, the Free Spirits, the Rejects and the Brains. The order in which the groups have be named are how they rank from the popular to the losers. Within each group there are several individual cliques. How it works at Hollywood High is everyone sticks to their cliques or at least their group.

The A-Listers are at the top of the social hierarchy. In this group you have four different cliques. You've got the Royals, the Preps, the Jocks and the Cheerleaders. While not as popular as the A-Lister, the B-Listers are still popular. The cliques in this group are the Wannabes, the Animals and the Rebels. Basically, if you want to be popular you have to get in with one of these seven cliques. The truth of the matter is that not everyone can be popular. Which leads to the other cliques. Going down the social ladder you come to the Thespians, the Performers and the Artisans. These three cliques make up the Virtuosi group. The Free Spirits are the Drifters, the Skaters and the Hipsters. These six cliques are what some would call the in-betweeners. These students aren't popular but they're not losers either. They just fall somewhere in the middle. As you can probably tell from the names of these last two groups, none of these cliques in these groups are popular. In fact, there the exact opposite. These are the losers of Hollywood High. In the Rejects you've got the Loners, the Scenes, the Punks, the Goths and the Emos. And at the very bottom of the social ladder are the Geeks and the Nerds which as you could guess are the Brains.


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The Royals

The crème de la crème of Hollywood High ― most either want to be with them or, well, be them. At this school, no one is admired, envied, or feared more than the royals. At the very top of the social food chain, they redefine what it means to be popular with their disarming smiles and convoluted schemes. These are the students who set the trends, get exclusive invites to the hottest parties, and deem who’s in and who’s out ― all the while keeping their reputations perfectly pristine. They not only have the school wrapped around their fingers but the city as well. Beautiful, powerful, and often filthy rich, the royals are on top for a reason ― and they’re definitely not the type to let you forget it.


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The Preps

Alright, everyone knows the preps. They are right under the royals in the social standing and they'd like to keep it that way. These mainly consist of the kids that have the looks, and the money, and the brains. You’ve got your Ivy League bound kids, as well as Hollywood bound kids. Not all preps are complete snobs, but good portions of them are. Normally they do more “sophisticated” things than other students - like instead of playing football or going to a friend’s house they’re playing tennis, golf, having memberships to country clubs and playing violin or piano. Of course, that doesn’t mean all of them do these things, but a good portion of them have that ‘superior brainiac air’ to them. A lot of the preps have some kind of musical or artistic talent. They are usually wealthy, and their fashion is typically brand name - never knockoff.


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The Jocks & Devil Girls

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First off, let’s get something straight. There is a huge difference between a jock and an athlete, but the two are typically grouped together. Most sports teams are filled with jocks, unless you’ve been grouped into one of the unpopular groups. Jocks have a tendency to abuse their popularity and use it to beat down or up those below them. These guys (and girls) will have people falling at their feet and boosting their egos to an all-time high over their sport skills. They have plenty of lovers and make sure they only associate themselves with the popular crowd. Jocks are typically interested in their social status, some of them more than others. After all, once you’re already up there, why would you want to tarnish your perfect reputation?

While still classified as Jocks the Cheerleaders are seen as their own exclusive clique. As the only all female clique at the school the cheerleaders are closer than close. They cheer together, practice together, claw bitches eyes out together. The Sheiks cheerleading squad are their own little family. As with all families it isn't all sunshine and rainbows all the time. An all-girls clique you can't be surprised when you bare witness to the squabs and cat-fights.

Only cheerleaders can get away with messing with cheerleaders. These girls can talk shit about each other all day but let someone else do it and the claws of the devils will be coming from your pretty eyes. It is somewhat rare to see a cheerleader not amongst the flock, which is why the cheerleaders are seen as a clique. That's not to say that the cheerleaders don't socialize with other Listers because they do. There just always seem to be most comfortable when their with the squad.


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The Wannabes

Ah, the wannabes. As the name so clearly states, the wannabes want to be something they’re not. They’re the highest-ranking B-Listers, but they think they are (or should be) much more royal than that. Wannabes desperately want to be a part of the A-Listers. Some of them are close, and some of them are plain annoying. These kids will do anything for the A-Listers. To them, they’re gods. However, unless they’re bossing them around, the A-Listers don’t typically give the wannabes the time of day.

The wannabes will try to act cool by bullying people at the bottom of the social ladder. Most people either pity them or hate them, but the wannabes don’t mind - they’re used to the haters. If and when they become apart of the A-Listers, those who doubted them will surely pay. Wannabes typically try to start trends, but they seldom come through as successful. Much like preps, they wear brand name clothes and act superior.


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The Animals

If you’re not wary of this clique, well, let’s just say ― you really should be. They don’t give a damn about what you think of them, as long as you are thinking of them. It’s the girl you make eye contact with from across the hall, her hips sashaying to a tantalizing rhythm as she approaches. It’s the boy who sends shivers down your spine; strong hands teasingly moving upward as he whispers dirty secrets in your ear. At the end of the day, it doesn’t matter who it is. All it takes is that one undeniably sexy smile, two hands on the small of your back, three steps down the hall to the janitor’s closet ― and you’re a goner. This crowd never fails to keep themselves satisfied, luring others into a game of cat and mouse for the sole purpose of fulfilling their own carnal needs. Perhaps the only thing they do more than, well, their peers is ― party; in ways that would have Mother Teresa rolling in her grave. Undisputed party animals that use little discretion, the Animals’ are Hollywood High’s hot messes and everyone knows it.

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The Rebels

What can be said about the Rebels that isn’t already assumed by their stature and general demeanor? The Rebels of Hollywood High can be defined as the classic rebels. These males and females simply laugh at the rules enforced in the school and do things their way. In most cases, it’s their way or the high way. Often turning a blind eye to what the administration and society says, they run across the school with their own desires in mind. Frankly, they are the students that have the courage to do what all students wish they could. Some admire them for it and others resent them for it. Regardless, these are some bad ass students.

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The Thespians

Thespians absolutely adore the theatre. It’s their life’s true calling. They are usually random, loud, and often burst out into song. Thespians love the theatre because, essentially, it’s their kingdom. Thespians feel at home there, and it’s where they can share their passion for the art with their peers, parents, and friends. They insist on auditioning for every single school production. Those who reside in this category but hate the performance aspect of it are often behind the scenes painting sets and directing the light fixtures.

Thespians worship their director, and they’re really one big family unless someone stole so and so lead role, and then it’s war. They usually obsess over Broadway plays and musicals as well, and have stars in their eyes and big plans for the future.


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The Performers

The Performers have a passion for music and adore being in the spotlight. These students bring rhythms and melodies to the halls of Hollywood High. Music has a special place in their hearts and, ladies and gentlemen, try not to stare in awe as they showcase their talents. From songbirds and skilled dancers to aspiring DJs and instrumentalists, the Performers may seem like nothing more than a motley crew of gifted individuals; however, it’s their passions and love of music that unite them. Which, and let’s be real here, is more than we can say about some other cliques at this school.


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The Artists

Remember that elaborate mural you passed by on your way into school? Of course you do. We can bet it caught your eye but, by any chance, did you happen to catch a name? Of course not ― and that, ladies and gentlemen, summarizes this clique in its entirety. Half of Hollywood High’s student population may proudly boast about the school’s top-notch standing in liberal arts and humanities; however, they’re often the ones who can’t pinpoint the source of such works. Which they could consider a snub ― if it weren’t for the fact that they’re pretty content with that kind of recognition. These kids are quick to let their pieces speak for themselves. All in all, they’re a creative and accepting bunch ― filled with a mishmash of students just trying to find an outlet.


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The Drifters

At every school you have those students who claim that they 'don't believe in labels' or they 'aren't part of a clique' or that they are 'friends with any and everyone'. Well even if they don't want a label they like everyone else at Hollywood High get stuck with one. There label being ... the Drifters.'The Drifters are basically the chameleons of Hollywood High. These are the kids who have a talent for being able to blend in with almost all the cliques.

Most of the drifters tend to intertwine with the in-between cliques, staying within their own group of the Free Spirits or drifting into the Virtuosi. Those who are brave enough and willing to risk the chance of social suicide will go as far as hanging out with the Rejects and Brainiacs. Than you have those really special drifters who have enough charm and charisma to actually get in with the Listers.


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The Skaters

The Skaters are exactly what the name suggest .. they're skaters. Probably one of the easiest cliques to spot all you've gotta look for is the board or the blades. The popular kids have their fancy luxury cars and their fast sport cars and skaters have their own stylish wheels. Probably any skaters most prized possession their boards or blades are off limits to all. Unless you ask nicely...than you may be aloud to touch it.

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The Hipsters

While most of these students aren't actual hippies they is a good chance the parents and grands are. They fashion boho chic and vintage clothing. Some hipsters are into the stereotypical hipster stuff like saving the world, playing guitar and the thing that can make all the popular kids love them - weed. Like the other Free Spirits the Hipsters are one of the more drama free cliques. Whether or not its because they're to baked to care is undetermined.

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The Loners

Its hard to say whether or not you really classify loners as a clique seeing as loners are always alone. Loners basically avoid social contact with others, which causes people to think of them as crazy or depressed or simply weird. Popular kids may mock them or sometimes-random cliques will invite them to sit with them at lunch. They speak when spoken to and while usually polite they do their best to make conversations short and bland so they can go off and sit by themselves. Loners don't dress in any specific way and don't necessarily have to be depressed; they might smile or laugh to themselves.

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The Scenes

Scenes and Emos are often confused with each other, as they are related, but they are NOT the same. The biggest differences between Scenes and Emo are clothing, personalities, outlooks on life and perception of themselves. For starters, most scene kids don't admit to being scene. Scene kids don't like to be labeled. Scene kids aren't afraid to wear brightly colored clothing, accessories and hairstyles; have very sassy, bubble and outgoing personalities; and are generally pretty content with life.

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The Punks

Piercings, tattoos and multicolored Mohawks are a signature look for the Punks of Hollywood High. Far from being the violent mobs that the media often portrays, the ideological culture of Punks hold some very worthy beliefs such as anti-racism, anti-sexism, anti-homophobia, vegetarianism and environmental protection. With their bold designs and torn t-shirts with offensive slogans the Punks are may not be the rebels of the school but they are the Rebels of the Rejects.

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The Goths

With every clique there is a stereotype and when people think of Goths they’re thoughts go from the clothing to music right up to the stereotypes of all Goths being Satanists or part of some kind of cult. Categorically, all of these are false. In truth there is no specific thing that defines what you need to do or be to fit into the Goth scene (except of course the implied black clothing). People in the Goth scene all have different musical tastes, follow different religions, have different hobbies, and fashion sense. Goths are free thinkers, people who do not accept the moral rules of society because they're told 'This is just how it is' or 'this is what God says!’ Rather Goths tend to listen to what you have to say, and make up their minds. This kind of freethinking and rejection of dogma earns only rejection in Hollywood High.

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The Emos

Emo kids are sad creatures of the dark. They are characterized by their dress sense and also how in touch they are with certain emotions (i.e. the negative ones). Typically emos wear lots of black and will most likely have dyed hair (mainly black or sometimes colourful streaks) and write music, lyrics, or poems about the trials and tribulations of their torturous lives. Basically emos are sort of like goths...but with a lot less darkness and a lot more Harry Potter. A lot of people make fun of them but most high-ranking students just overlook them.

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The Geeks

Despite being often mistaken for their nerdy counterparts there is a difference between the two. Difference being that unlike nerds, geeks aren’t all knowing know-it-alls. Instead they are all knowing enthusiast about whatever topic or field happens to catch their interest. These are the kids with 1st edition or limited edition comic books. They are obsessed with the newest, coolest, trendiest things that their obsession has to offer.

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The Nerds

Just because they’ve got the highest IQ’s in the school doesn’t always necessarily mean that they’re the nerdy kids wearing beat up glasses and holding onto inhalers like their lives depended on it. They just possess envious amounts of intelligence and work ethic. These students make the flawless grades and make our school look good. They’ll definitely be the ones getting into the Ivy League colleges all on their own — not because daddy dearest is going to pay for that library. You know who you Being a nerd is nothing to be ashamed of — unless you have no social life, that is.

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Re: The Cliques

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The Royals

The crème de la crème of Hollywood High ― most either want to be with them or, well, be them. At this school, no one is admired, envied, or feared more than the royals. At the very top of the social food chain, they redefine what it means to be popular with their disarming smiles and convoluted schemes. These are the students who set the trends, get exclusive invites to the hottest parties, and deem who’s in and who’s out ― all the while keeping their reputations perfectly pristine. They not only have the school wrapped around their fingers but the city as well. Beautiful, powerful, and often filthy rich, the royals are on top for a reason ― and they’re definitely not the type to let you forget it.


King Bee: Ricardo Slim-HelúQueen Bee: Aaliyah Lapierre

Royal: Alessandra Ambrosia
Royal: Shailene Lehman
Royal: Catalina Perez
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The Preps

Alright, everyone knows the preps. They are right under the royals in the social standing and they'd like to keep it that way. These mainly consist of the kids that have the looks, and the money, and the brains. You’ve got your Ivy League bound kids, as well as Hollywood bound kids. Not all preps are complete snobs, but good portions of them are. Normally they do more “sophisticated” things than other students - like instead of playing football or going to a friend’s house they’re playing tennis, golf, having memberships to country clubs and playing violin or piano. Of course, that doesn’t mean all of them do these things, but a good portion of them have that ‘superior brainiac air’ to them. A lot of the preps have some kind of musical or artistic talent. They are usually wealthy, and their fashion is typically brand name - never knockoff.


Prep: Chadwick Arsenault
Prep: Linnaea Snow
Prep: Stella Hudgens
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The Jocks & Devil Girls

Jock: Isaiah Scott
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Cheerleader: Sienna Gancia
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First off, let’s get something straight. There is a huge difference between a jock and an athlete, but the two are typically grouped together. Most sports teams are filled with jocks, unless you’ve been grouped into one of the unpopular groups. Jocks have a tendency to abuse their popularity and use it to beat down or up those below them. These guys (and girls) will have people falling at their feet and boosting their egos to an all-time high over their sport skills. They have plenty of lovers and make sure they only associate themselves with the popular crowd. Jocks are typically interested in their social status, some of them more than others. After all, once you’re already up there, why would you want to tarnish your perfect reputation?

While still classified as Jocks the Cheerleaders are seen as their own exclusive clique. As the only all female clique at the school the cheerleaders are closer than close. They cheer together, practice together, claw bitches eyes out together. The Sheiks cheerleading squad are their own little family. As with all families it isn't all sunshine and rainbows all the time. An all-girls clique you can't be surprised when you bare witness to the squabs and cat-fights.

Only cheerleaders can get away with messing with cheerleaders. These girls can talk shit about each other all day but let someone else do it and the claws of the devils will be coming from your pretty eyes. It is somewhat rare to see a cheerleader not amongst the flock, which is why the cheerleaders are seen as a clique. That's not to say that the cheerleaders don't socialize with other Listers because they do. There just always seem to be most comfortable when their with the squad.


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The Wannabes

Ah, the wannabes. As the name so clearly states, the wannabes want to be something they’re not. They’re the highest-ranking B-Listers, but they think they are (or should be) much more royal than that. Wannabes desperately want to be a part of the A-Listers. Some of them are close, and some of them are plain annoying. These kids will do anything for the A-Listers. To them, they’re gods. However, unless they’re bossing them around, the A-Listers don’t typically give the wannabes the time of day.

The wannabes will try to act cool by bullying people at the bottom of the social ladder. Most people either pity them or hate them, but the wannabes don’t mind - they’re used to the haters. If and when they become apart of the A-Listers, those who doubted them will surely pay. Wannabes typically try to start trends, but they seldom come through as successful. Much like preps, they wear brand name clothes and act superior.


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The Animals

If you’re not wary of this clique, well, let’s just say ― you really should be. They don’t give a damn about what you think of them, as long as you are thinking of them. It’s the girl you make eye contact with from across the hall, her hips sashaying to a tantalizing rhythm as she approaches. It’s the boy who sends shivers down your spine; strong hands teasingly moving upward as he whispers dirty secrets in your ear. At the end of the day, it doesn’t matter who it is. All it takes is that one undeniably sexy smile, two hands on the small of your back, three steps down the hall to the janitor’s closet ― and you’re a goner. This crowd never fails to keep themselves satisfied, luring others into a game of cat and mouse for the sole purpose of fulfilling their own carnal needs. Perhaps the only thing they do more than, well, their peers is ― party; in ways that would have Mother Teresa rolling in her grave. Undisputed party animals that use little discretion, the Animals’ are Hollywood High’s hot messes and everyone knows it.

Animal: Angelina Etxeberria-Rivera
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The Rebels

What can be said about the Rebels that isn’t already assumed by their stature and general demeanor? The Rebels of Hollywood High can be defined as the classic rebels. These males and females simply laugh at the rules enforced in the school and do things their way. In most cases, it’s their way or the high way. Often turning a blind eye to what the administration and society says, they run across the school with their own desires in mind. Frankly, they are the students that have the courage to do what all students wish they could. Some admire them for it and others resent them for it. Regardless, these are some bad ass students.

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The Thespians

Thespians absolutely adore the theatre. It’s their life’s true calling. They are usually random, loud, and often burst out into song. Thespians love the theatre because, essentially, it’s their kingdom. Thespians feel at home there, and it’s where they can share their passion for the art with their peers, parents, and friends. They insist on auditioning for every single school production. Those who reside in this category but hate the performance aspect of it are often behind the scenes painting sets and directing the light fixtures.

Thespians worship their director, and they’re really one big family unless someone stole so and so lead role, and then it’s war. They usually obsess over Broadway plays and musicals as well, and have stars in their eyes and big plans for the future.


Thespian: Tyler Cunningham
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The Performers

The Performers have a passion for music and adore being in the spotlight. These students bring rhythms and melodies to the halls of Hollywood High. Music has a special place in their hearts and, ladies and gentlemen, try not to stare in awe as they showcase their talents. From songbirds and skilled dancers to aspiring DJs and instrumentalists, the Performers may seem like nothing more than a motley crew of gifted individuals; however, it’s their passions and love of music that unite them. Which, and let’s be real here, is more than we can say about some other cliques at this school.


Performer: Jasmine Villegas
Performer: Janice Baggs
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The Artists

Remember that elaborate mural you passed by on your way into school? Of course you do. We can bet it caught your eye but, by any chance, did you happen to catch a name? Of course not ― and that, ladies and gentlemen, summarizes this clique in its entirety. Half of Hollywood High’s student population may proudly boast about the school’s top-notch standing in liberal arts and humanities; however, they’re often the ones who can’t pinpoint the source of such works. Which they could consider a snub ― if it weren’t for the fact that they’re pretty content with that kind of recognition. These kids are quick to let their pieces speak for themselves. All in all, they’re a creative and accepting bunch ― filled with a mishmash of students just trying to find an outlet.


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The Drifters

At every school you have those students who claim that they 'don't believe in labels' or they 'aren't part of a clique' or that they are 'friends with any and everyone'. Well even if they don't want a label they like everyone else at Hollywood High get stuck with one. There label being ... the Drifters.'The Drifters are basically the chameleons of Hollywood High. These are the kids who have a talent for being able to blend in with almost all the cliques.

Most of the drifters tend to intertwine with the in-between cliques, staying within their own group of the Free Spirits or drifting into the Virtuosi. Those who are brave enough and willing to risk the chance of social suicide will go as far as hanging out with the Rejects and Brainiacs. Than you have those really special drifters who have enough charm and charisma to actually get in with the Listers.


Drifter: Erik Jorgenson
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The Skaters

The Skaters are exactly what the name suggest .. they're skaters. Probably one of the easiest cliques to spot all you've gotta look for is the board or the blades. The popular kids have their fancy luxury cars and their fast sport cars and skaters have their own stylish wheels. Probably any skaters most prized possession their boards or blades are off limits to all. Unless you ask nicely...than you may be aloud to touch it.

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The Hipsters

While most of these students aren't actual hippies they is a good chance the parents and grands are. They fashion boho chic and vintage clothing. Some hipsters are into the stereotypical hipster stuff like saving the world, playing guitar and the thing that can make all the popular kids love them - weed. Like the other Free Spirits the Hipsters are one of the more drama free cliques. Whether or not its because they're to baked to care is undetermined.

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The Loners

Its hard to say whether or not you really classify loners as a clique seeing as loners are always alone. Loners basically avoid social contact with others, which causes people to think of them as crazy or depressed or simply weird. Popular kids may mock them or sometimes-random cliques will invite them to sit with them at lunch. They speak when spoken to and while usually polite they do their best to make conversations short and bland so they can go off and sit by themselves. Loners don't dress in any specific way and don't necessarily have to be depressed; they might smile or laugh to themselves.

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The Scenes

Scenes and Emos are often confused with each other, as they are related, but they are NOT the same. The biggest differences between Scenes and Emo are clothing, personalities, outlooks on life and perception of themselves. For starters, most scene kids don't admit to being scene. Scene kids don't like to be labeled. Scene kids aren't afraid to wear brightly colored clothing, accessories and hairstyles; have very sassy, bubble and outgoing personalities; and are generally pretty content with life.

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The Punks

Piercings, tattoos and multicolored Mohawks are a signature look for the Punks of Hollywood High. Far from being the violent mobs that the media often portrays, the ideological culture of Punks hold some very worthy beliefs such as anti-racism, anti-sexism, anti-homophobia, vegetarianism and environmental protection. With their bold designs and torn t-shirts with offensive slogans the Punks are may not be the rebels of the school but they are the Rebels of the Rejects.

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The Goths

With every clique there is a stereotype and when people think of Goths they’re thoughts go from the clothing to music right up to the stereotypes of all Goths being Satanists or part of some kind of cult. Categorically, all of these are false. In truth there is no specific thing that defines what you need to do or be to fit into the Goth scene (except of course the implied black clothing). People in the Goth scene all have different musical tastes, follow different religions, have different hobbies, and fashion sense. Goths are free thinkers, people who do not accept the moral rules of society because they're told 'This is just how it is' or 'this is what God says!’ Rather Goths tend to listen to what you have to say, and make up their minds. This kind of freethinking and rejection of dogma earns only rejection in Hollywood High.

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The Emos

Emo kids are sad creatures of the dark. They are characterized by their dress sense and also how in touch they are with certain emotions (i.e. the negative ones). Typically emos wear lots of black and will most likely have dyed hair (mainly black or sometimes colourful streaks) and write music, lyrics, or poems about the trials and tribulations of their torturous lives. Basically emos are sort of like goths...but with a lot less darkness and a lot more Harry Potter. A lot of people make fun of them but most high-ranking students just overlook them.

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The Geeks

Despite being often mistaken for their nerdy counterparts there is a difference between the two. Difference being that unlike nerds, geeks aren’t all knowing know-it-alls. Instead they are all knowing enthusiast about whatever topic or field happens to catch their interest. These are the kids with 1st edition or limited edition comic books. They are obsessed with the newest, coolest, trendiest things that their obsession has to offer.

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The Nerds

Just because they’ve got the highest IQ’s in the school doesn’t always necessarily mean that they’re the nerdy kids wearing beat up glasses and holding onto inhalers like their lives depended on it. They just possess envious amounts of intelligence and work ethic. These students make the flawless grades and make our school look good. They’ll definitely be the ones getting into the Ivy League colleges all on their own — not because daddy dearest is going to pay for that library. You know who you Being a nerd is nothing to be ashamed of — unless you have no social life, that is.

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