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High school is undoubtedly one of the most socially segregated places anywhere No matter how welcoming and open a high school may seem it is almost a guarantee that there will be social groupings that students will fall into From my experience at Marshall County High School I have seen the various social boundaries and have seen their benefits and downfalls Overall I think that the social groupings are beneficial although they can cause many undesirable problems MCHS has a diverse student body On any given day you can walk into the cafeteria at lunchtime and see several different social groups Some of these social groupings are more obvious than others and may even be considered stereotypical One of the largest and most commonly seen groupings is the preps who usually dress nicely are generally concerned with their appearance and may be athletic enthusiasts Another social grouping I have seen at the high school is referred to as the rednecks This group includes students who are less concerned with personal appearance and may enjoy activities such as hunting There are also many smaller social groups and cliques among the student body It is only natural for people to flock toward other people who share the same interests or characteristics If there were no differences in social preferences the world would seem like a pretty boring place From what I have seen I feel that most other students enjoy our social groupings This allows students to associate with other students that they are likely to connect with and stay away from students they might not be compatible with Personally I like the social system at the high school sometimes because I have met many friends who have happened to be associating themselves with the same group with which I was associating myself However I do feel that this system of social boundaries and groupings has its drawbacks The most unfortunate problem with the social groupings
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