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1 Taton Rachel Taton Prof. Martha LeRoi SOCI 203 Description Essay September 1, 2015 Social Hierarchy in Centreville High School Centreville High School in Clifton Virginia home of the Wildcats might be the exception to the typical norm of social hierarchies in High Schools. Of course there were cliques or groups that everyone belonged in. However the difference from the “normal” was that even with the group’s students mixed in with every group it was not hard to get into the different groups. One could even say it was a united school. However there were three groups you could classify kids into; the popular, average, and rejected kids. There were even groups that were divided into races which were the Blacks, the Asians and the Hispanics. Those three race groups where a completely different group from the normal hierarchy which may have even had their own popular, average, and rejected kids. The popular kids were on the top of the social hierarchy. They were outgoing, attractive, and most of the time athletic. They generally had the ability to command the presence in the room. And had the social skills to be able to have fun with any one and be the leader in the group. An outsider from the group could recognize them not only from seeing them with large groups of people but also from their clothing. Members of this group were always up to date with the latest fashion trends and almost never dressed poorly. Another
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