Arbitrary senior: Blairbash represents everything that I dislike about young magnets: the feeling that they’re superior and therefore must overexplain things to everyone else
// Hammond has just interrupted Complex by announcing that many students in the class still haven't signed up for Puzzlepalooza Schwartz: (to the class) I'd assign it to you as homework, but then it'd be less likely to get done.
//During senior unity day //Mrs. Johnson goes to table full of magnets Johnson: Let's go dance! Magnets: Dance? //Mrs Johnson goes to another part of the table Johnson: Who wants to come dancing? Magnets: Dancing? Johnson: Who wants to do math problems? Magnets: MATH!!!!!
Student: I'm so hungry, I could eat a freshman.
Dvorsky: There are times when we start counting the days until the seniors get out too.
//Someone was playing really good music in the senior court yard while we were taking a formative Simel: If they weren't so good I would have to tell them to stop // Simel then goes over to the window and yells out it Simel: Hey guys, I was just telling my students that if you weren't so good we would have to yell at you b/c they're taking a test, but your really good. Could you play something softer though, I don't mean quite, but ya know like concentrating music
Neel: Wait, am I seriously in a group with two second semester seniors? Lindsey: Well, three actually. Neel: Great. I'm [screwed].