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The Social Pyramid Problem Summary: Nico ponders his place in the social structure of high school and has another run in with Percy. Two chapters in one day. That's what I'm talking about! Thank the gods for free time!
See the end of the chapter for more notes. Chapter Text There's a system to high school.
A system of social classes that everyone obeys without even thinking about it. A pyramid, if you will, and everyone knkws where they belong on it. At the very top of the pyramid, are the teacher, for obvious reasons.
They're adults, therefore they have all the power. After the teachers, come the seniors. The elites, the elders. They of course have their own social statuses but that's a story for a different time. They rule the school, with an iron- and often, well manicured- fist.
Next, come the juniors and the sophomores. They're more or less the midde ground.
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The two grades that most kids spend trying to find themselves out and see if they can really be popular. Not that big of a deal.
The freshmen are at the very bottom of the social pyramid. Being the new kids, they're often viewed as enthusiastic children and are usually treated as such by their older fellow students. Now, comes the complicated stuff: First on the list, are the jocks.
The testosterone filled, adrenaline junkies who take pride in getting touchdowns and baskets more than they care about about their grades. They're usually the bad guys in every high school movie ever, the ones who pick on the outcast main character.
Usually, those movies are right, becahse the jocks do take joy in harassing their underclassmen. Next, come the preps. Mostly full of cheerleaders, the kids in this group are very popular.
They wear the trendiest clothes and shoes, have the most active Snapchat accounts and usually get in trouble the most. They like to be the center of attention at all times and have no problem showing it.
Then come the Nerds, the kids who care about grades more than their own sanity. They couldn't care less about fashion or social statuses. All that matters to them is their GPA.When it Comes to Handwriting, Practice Doesn’t Always Make Perfect Plenty of children (with or without ADHD) are plagued by messy handwriting — and traditional practice does not always help.
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