What Your St. Louis High School Says About You
Here in St. Louis, everybody always asks you where you went to high school. Why? People use it as a quick gauge to try to find out how you grew up. Rich kids went to fancy schools, poor kids went to substandard schools, etc.
But with this question comes a whole lot of assumptions. People will assume certain things about you just because of where you went to high school and many of those things are unfair or even mean — but some of them are hilarious.
Here's what people think about you when you tell them where you went to school in St. Louis.
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Bayless High School
You grew up in the city, but not really.
Bishop DuBourg High School
You live in the city and you couldn’t get into any of your parents’ dream schools, but you ended up at a place with people of the opposite sex and where the drugs are plentiful, so who is the smart one now?
Central Visual and Performing Arts High School
Chaminade College Preparatory School
You’re a rich kid.
Christian Brothers College High School
You’re a dude who thinks you’re the shit.
Clayton High School
Your dad was a lawyer.
Cleveland Junior Naval Academy
At some point, you wanted to join the Navy.
Cor Jesu Academy
You’re a big nerd but your chances at medical school are great.
Crossroads College Preparatory School
You're a stoner.
De Smet Jesuit High School
You’re a stoned pretty boy and not smart enough for SLU High.