High schoolers dress up as favorite characters for student IDs

Your final year of high school is one of your most memorable experiences. But since 2013, North Farmington High School's administrative staff (Farmington, Michigan) has allowed their older students to add a dash of pop culture to their student IDs. Students can dress up as their favorite characters for their ID cards and it's too perfect.

Your whole idea

In 2013, a group of seniors turned to the school's administrative staff to see if they could disguise themselves as their favorite movie and TV characters for their student IDs. The administration was quick to agree with the funny, creative idea. And now the photos in the social media have become viral, including the version of this pupil of Rubeus Hagrid Harry Potter.

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Just like Princess Leia

Students are always creative with their ideas, including this student who decided to disguise herself as Princess Leia from the popular one Starwars Movies. Perhaps she was cleaning her favorite character or she respected the late Carrie Fisher. Anyway, it's a great ID card idea!

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A princess? Shut your mouth!

Who does not refer to the embarrassing, geeky Mia Thermopolis The princess diaries? Every upper school student can identify with Mia, but especially with this student who disguised himself as a movie character. We have only one question: Did this student also find out she is a princess?

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Happy little accidents

Bob Ross was an accomplished television presenter in the 1980s, best known for his educational program, The joy of painting. He was always optimistic and said, "We do not make mistakes, just happy little accidents." Thanks to the social media, Ross & # 39; videos have reappeared and have won a new generation of fans, including these high school graduates!

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Become a tradition

North Farmington High School students can not wait to attend school tradition as soon as they become seniors. As Molly Deighton said, "It's a transitional rite for seniors, and we've been looking forward to it since we were freshman."

We hope that you enjoyed this school year, especially this one student who decided to disguise himself as Dwight The office. The similarity is just too good.

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