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Teacher’s pets are cool, just ask all your favorite high school movies

Welcome to Summer Cooldown, our weeklong tribute to all things cool in pop culture. Through our role models of chill and our misguided attempts to emulate them, to the DGAF heroes so defiantly uncool they’re ice cold, we’ll attempt to define the undefinable and celebrate the characters and questions that shaped us.

Forget the tie-dyed stoners, the bedazzled cheerleaders, and the leather jacket wearers with mysterious pasts. When you want to jack-up the cool factor, turn to the teacher’s pets. 

If ask you me, a proud teachers’ pet well into adulthood, it’s the only high school stereotype worth striving for. Teacher’s pets have all the apples, all the elbow pads, and all the power — just ask your favorite teen movies. 

Without teacher’s pets, teen cinema as we know it would collapse onto itself faster than Carrie’s hair under a gallon of pig’s blood. Where would the Wizarding World be if Professor McGonagall hadn’t given Hermione the Time Turner? What would have become of the Northshore Mathletes without Cady and Ms. Norbury’s blackmail-laden friendship? Would Liz Purr’s murder in Jawbreaker remain unsolved if not for Fern Mayo and Ms. Sherwood?

Without teacher’s pets, teen cinema as we know it would cease to exist.

Teacher’s pets of Hollywood rarely take center stage, but are of critical importance in any teen fantasy worth its salt. 

They act as narrators, provide plot-propelling insights, and always seem to have keys to the A.V. closet when someone needs them. They hold positions of power within student government, have witty banter with the main office secretary, and by and large display effortlessly impeccable hygiene at all times. 

They can charm their way out of trouble, navigate the politics of the teacher’s lounge, and recite

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