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As I walk through the Paradiso arch everyday on my way in to school only to notice the students that attend my school Everyday I realize that our school is divided into many different cliques in other words groups From the 1800 students that attend our school many are involved in a variety of activities that our school has to offer but when everything comes down to the nitty-gritty of things people tend to form groups As I walk around our campus I tend to notice that there are about three segregated groups at our school From the jocks to the preps and those weird ones everyone calls the freaks Each person fits perfectly into one of these focused groups All though a person in one group can be a part of another in the end it all narrows down to them mostly belonging to one group I my self would be a prep at our school The typical jock at Osceola- tall muscular good looking for the most part and mentally challenged when it comes to grades All they concentrate on is the particular sport there good at All jocks think about is sports and what girl can they date next Because I am a female I will also recognize that many of our jocks consist of the better sexes the females Not only has our boys been on to states and in the newspapers but also many of our girls Jocks at our school are praised as if they are the gods of the world Anything they want is theres This group is one of the more popular groups when it comes to socializing and also dates From winning different sports events to being on TV for fame Jocks rule the school From the newest makeup product on the market to the most fashionable wardrobe they can find The preps- the ones at our school with the latest fashion trends and oh
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