13 Things Academy Girls Are Used to That Other People Find Weird

September 30, 2016

Olivia Stevens always has and always will enjoy braiding her friends' hair in every different style.
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Olivia Stevens always has and always will enjoy braiding her friends’ hair in every different style. Photo Credit: Emily Hoerbelt/Achona Online

1. Showing up to school looking like death and not caring about it.

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2. Getting overly excited about bake sales.

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3. Nearly killing people for chicken minis and Krispy Kreme donuts.

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4. Getting away with wearing leggings on field trips.

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5. Walking around school with no shoes.

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Rachel McKenna is one senior who walks around without shoes, sharing “One time I didn’t wear shoes the entire school day and no one said anything to me.” Courtesy of giphy.com

6. Wearing a skirt in 50 degree weather and a sweatshirt in 100 degree weather.

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7. Randomly shouting out “does anyone have a tampon” and no one will give you weird looks because it’s completely normal.

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8. Constantly finding people braiding hair everywhere no matter what time of day it is.

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Senior Alessandra Nies shares, “Literally every time we had biology last year, Olivia Stevens would braid mine and like five other people’s hair during class. It was like a routine.”

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9. Everyone is friends with everyone and we all care about each other.

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10. Having a sleepover with your entire grade.

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11. Spending a fortune on T-shirts for EVERYTHING you do at school.

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12. Everyone has the same class ring.

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13. We genuinely call every single person our sister even though we’re not blood related.

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