High school is hard enough, but imagine if you had the added pressure of competing in an online "hotness" contest organized by the male student body. That's currently what's happening at Issaquah High School in Washington state.
"Twerking" is the latest dance craze. And by that we mean Miley Cyrus is quite fond of posting videos of herself doing it.
But the administration at Scripps Ranch High School in San Diego are not fond of Twerking. In fact they just suspended 33 students for their own video of the dance, which they claim involves a female "shaking their hips and bottom in a bouncy up and down motion
Wow. So many people should be so embarrassed. Except, of course, for the Fresh Prince -- he's too fresh to be embarrassed. After mishearing the lyrics to the theme from 'The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,' a receptionist called the police about a potential mass school shooting. Chaos ensued.
Students of the group Philadelphia Student Union, which is a part of a larger organization called the Philadelphia Coalition Advocacy of Public Schools, recently performed a zombie-themed flashmob to Michael Jackson's 'Thriller' in front of the school district's headquarters.
Language teacher Maria C. Waltherr-Willard suffers from pedophobia, which means she is afraid of young children. When the 61-year-old is in the presence of the little tykes she experiences symptoms which include anxiety, chest pains and vomiting.
Two Arizona teenagers faced a choice after getting into a fight at Westwood High in Mesa: They could either be suspended for nine days ... or hold hands in front of everybody. Obviously, they chose the latter, and now the school is catching flak for it.
Big Brother is watching the students of John Jay High School in San Antonio, Texas. They have all been given RFID badges so the administration will "always know where they are in the building."
A homecoming pep rally is ostensibly about firing the student body up for the big Friday night football game. While there are varied ways to whip teenagers into a frenzy, reenacting a notorious instance of domestic violence would be universally recognized as an odd choice.