The movie Mean Girls show exactly how mean high school girls can be. There are three main girls in this movie. Cady heron who get mixed in with the popular crowd, Janis Ian who used to be friends with her nemesis Regina George. All the girls struggle with wanting to be the best in the school and later learn that that is not what high school is all about. Cady Heron was a 16-year-old girl who was homeschooled.
Imagine living in a world where life revolves around spray tans, botox, fake eyelashes, and young girls walk around in inappropriate outfits. Most girls are pressured to be perfect in the society of beauty pageants. Many of the children’s parents are making their children grow up too fast. These parents pressuring their children can lead to bad communication skills, as well as bad relationships. Children are focusing on their beauty and not their education, or relationships.
It's been heard millions of times that girly girls are visualized as mean girls in full on pink outfits that do not associate with anyone else besides her best friends. Along with this, many girly girls are known for being mean to nerds in school and only dating cool guys or football players. Judgements like these are very common for a girl classified as a girly girl and it wise to find out more about the person rather than creating
Caty, the main character, is faced with several difficult situations where she decides to conform with her high school peers getting her in trouble that becomes hard for her to escape. Caty begins the movie with a real genuine friendship with Janis and Damien, two individuals who struggled with popularity because they were considered the “outside” group. However, the popular girls, infamously called the “Plastics” try to recruit Caty into their popular group, but only because she is considered one of the prettier girls in the school. The ring leader, Regina George, of the Plastics is the most popular girl in school who is really hated by alot of peers because of her horrible attitude and how she
Claire Standish is labeled “The Princess” of the group as she is rich, beautiful, and possibly the most popular female at her school. Many people assume her life is perfect and a dream when in reality her parents are on the verge of a divorce. They use, pamper, and indulge her in order to spite each other and Claire is painfully aware of this. The group initially see Claire as a “snobby stuck up bitch” assuming she is solely shallow and materialistic. According to cognitive psychology this stuck up behavior comes from her desire to model the bad behavior of her friends and possibly of her parents.
These two girls had their lives ahead of them. Considering they may have been in a relationship together, I think that it is possible that one or both of them were insecure about their sexuality and may have been teased about it so she/they made the rash decision to end both of their young lives. Unfortunately, bullying about someone’s sexuality is prevalent in high schools and even in society. In my opinion, I don’t think that someone should be judged for have a different preference than what is “commonly accepted” and that everyone should be accepting of others choices and decisions because it could end in tragic events like this
I am describing my junior year with the word tutorial because I look at it as a lesson that I did not have to study for, I just had to be ready to deal with anything harsh that was to ever be thrown at me or into my direction. From my junior year, I remember so many things such as being kicked out of my first high school and attending my second semester of my junior year at Euclid High School, making good grades, having a few friends with many laughs, trying to participate in events that the school would hold so that I could be more involved with the school staff as well the student body, helping out with the yearbook class, and having conversations, that will remain unforgettable, with the adults of Villa Angela- St. Joseph High
Jean Louise is still a youngster lady, so the way she freely talks could make Ms. Caroline felt like Scout was trying to taught or being more professional than Ms. Caroline. The hit from Ms. Caroline have made Scout feels very shook because that is the first time she gets hitted by an adult. That influenced Scout’s thought about school life and teacher in a negative way. Through chapter three, at page twenty-seven, Calpurnia shouted at Scout harshly because Scout was being impolite to Walter Cunningham. Walter is a boy who is living in one of the poorest family in Maycomb, he didn’t get enough meals everyday.
Because women had limited rights, going to school as a female was frowned upon by most. Malala exclaimed how she was, “far luckier than most girls” (Yousafzai, 19) because she was permitted something that most Pakistani girls don’t have; a school education. Malala loved school and the uniforms. She was always a top student, and her grades always meant the world to her. However, when Fazlullah began his radio program, he announces that schools for girls should be banned in accordance with the Holy Quran.
Each of them had their own specific insecurities that they were not really proud of. Their daughters were asked the same question and came out with the same responses. Dove draws the attention to young girls who aren’t confident enough in themselves. Not only do the young girls lack confidence, but so do women, in this case, their mothers. Dove tries to prove to most of the female audience that “confidence is contagious.” The more you see those around you feel beautiful, the more influenced you will feel
A challenging academic schedule throughout high school, she has consistently raised her standards and expectations for herself. She focuses on improving herself in all areas of her life, but is definitely not self-centered. Always there with a smile and a helping hand she has gained the respect and admiration of both peers and staff. True to herself, Katrina has strong values and morals, and is not easily influenced by peer pressures. She is a young woman any teacher would want as a student, any person would want as a friend, and any parent would be proud to call their daughter.
Perfect Student Of Garber High Garber High was a life changing experience for some of us. It was challenging. There was no talking back to teachers, no “getting out of class just cause”, nothing. Garber high had many clubs available to join such as: NHS (National Honor Society), SLS (Students Leading Students), Student Council, etc. If being apart of those clubs was us, they thought highly of you.
The life of the typical student at Rancho Mirage High School is characterized by race, social status, and looks. At Rancho Mirage High School common stereotypes consist of the cheerleaders.They are targeted by most people due to jealousy and most movies stereotyping the cheerleaders as stupid gossiping little bitches. A matter of fact most of the cheerleaders here at RMHS are the sweetest girls I’ve met. RMHS is subjected to any kind of stereotyping. When people think about RMHS they think stubborn rich white kids infact it’s the exact opposite RMHS is very multi racial
Social cliques are made up of a group of people all becoming friends. In her essay, “Queen Bee and Her Court,” Rosalind Wiseman states “cliques are sophisticated, complex, and multilayered, and every girl has a role within them.” In high school, everyone struggles to be themselves and find their place; therefore; some comply with being in a social clique and follow the path of others. Moreover, every high schooler has dealt with peer pressure within their cliques. Peer pressure is the influence from members of ones peer group. Although many people believe peer pressure is always negative, that is not the case.
Musicals were her favorite thing to watch because they brought glamour. Her parents allowed her to watch any movies she likes but in boarding school, there was a banned list. The themes of some movies did not match with the teachings in school. She talked about how she was made to step down from her position as Class Secretary and she later lost her Julia Childs award because she saw Guys and Dolls, which was restricted. That film influenced her the most because it took so much away from