In this day and age most teenagers in highschool can be quite stereotypical, this is not as much a misconception as most think. But while most appeal to their own stereotype, the most important thing for them and you to do is retain individuality.
As most movies or television shows let us see, there is quite a few specific stereotypes. Athletes are fast and strong. Cheerleaders are beautiful. Smart people have terrible social skills. Few people do completely follow the boundary lines of their stereotype and never go beyond it.
But a large percentage of those people do strive for diversity and are extended away from the titles society gives them. Athletes can be creative. Cheerleaders can be intelligent. Smart people can be good public speakers. Anyone can be anything so long as they don't allow themselves to be discouraged.
If you are currently or are going to be a high schooler, be yourself. Don't limit who you are or could be because that is what your friends make fun of or certain people don't like. Make the most of what you have while you have it. Highschool doesn't last as long as it seems, all it takes is to linger on a blink. Again, don't allow you to incompletely be who you are. If you don't act like your true self... then who are you?
Thank you to all who have read through this as this is my first card on Vingle!