What is a typical Mayfair High School student like? Describe the type of person who should attend Mayfair High School.

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Anonymous, Student, Mayfair High School, Class of 2016

Most Mayfair students volunteer or make donations through the various clubs, sports teams, or projects our school holds. Recently one of our assistant principals coined the phrase "Monsoons serve others", with a monsoon being our mascot. In addition, we spend a fair amount of time helping fellow monsoons.

Anonymous, Student, Mayfair High School, Class of 2017

The students at my school are really mellow and friendly. Even jocks are overall nice people and there are hardly ever any problems among the high school students. If you want to attend Mayfair you can't really be shy because it's all about being able to be the best version of yourself and connecting with people who complement that person.

Anonymous, Student, Mayfair High School, Class of 2016

A Mayfair student should be well-rounded. They don't have to be super smart, just willing to work hard. Mayfair gives students every opportunity to succeed, students just have to be willing to use these opportunites. All types of races, religious backgrounds, and political opinions can be found at Mayfair, so no matter where you come from, you'll fit right in.

Anonymous, Student, Mayfair High School, Class of 2016

Mayfair has a variety of students but the main ones I have come to encounter are the nicer people not so much the jerks. I would expect the type of person who should go to Mayfair to be either artsy or somewhat athletic.

Anonymous, Student, Mayfair High School, Class of 2015

Mayfair students are of course pretty loud and defiant. Others are very lonely in a corner, and I try to talk to them as much as I could because I feel so bad that they are degraded by ASB (the cool kids). I think once we all get into senior year and we start thinking of colleges that we get more mature and kind to one another. I think a kind outgoing person should attend my school and talk to kids, and me, a lot more often.

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