Ah, high-school. The social hierarchy, the cliche stereotypes, and the desires to break out of categorization (or sometimes, to break into it).
After reading M.G. Reyes' upcoming book EMANCIPATED, about a group of six teens that have all been legally liberated from parental control for very different reasons, we were inspired to figure out which high-school stereotype we were.
You're a player, on and off the court. You love a challenge, and there's nothing that can stop you from winning. You are determined and focused, and you love what you can't have. Especially that particular someone who doesn't want you -how is that even possible?- just like Paolo in EMANCIPATED.
The Good Girl
The Good Girl
You do as you're told, and you're a great listener. You don't like to break the rules and wouldn't be CAUGHT dead in any kind of trouble. You are the reliable and safe one... That is, in everyone else's eyes. Behind closed doors, you may actually be keeping a HUGE secret from the rest of the world, and a secret that involves endangering the lives of others, just like Grace in EMANCIPATED.
You are ALWAYS the center of attention, and you love every glorious second of it. You are determined to be recognized, famous, and adored by all those who surround you. NOTHING and NO ONE will get in the way of your dreams. You want to make it big, no matter what it takes, just like Candace in EMANCIPATED.
You are all rock-n’-roll, tattoos (well, once you’re old enough), and rebellion. You love music and you are determined to succeed with it, despite parental opposition. You don’t care what anybody else thinks, and you are completely confident in your actions and words. But there’s more to you than meets the eye – you have some hidden truths about your past that might soon resurface, just like Lucy in EMANCIPATED.
You are a book worm. You love to study, solve problems, and enjoy the techy-ness of things. You are a very observant individual, and you pay close attention to small but significant details. You have your own opinions with regards to everyone and everything around you, keeping them to yourself. But you know what they say: the quiet ones are the most dangerous, just like Maya in EMANCIPATED.
You are the troublemaker. The misfit of the group, you always feel like the outcast…But who cares?! You hate talking about your life with other people, and you hide behind your “I don’t care” attitude. Despite your attempts to be off-putting, a few people make it through to see your charming side, but you’re afraid that people will turn their back on you. Trust and honesty do not come easily for you, just like John Michael in EMANCIPATED.