The typical student? The community is so colorful (in personality) that one can not determine a specific student. It is similar to asking the question, "Who would you see living on Earth," because the people from my school come from all places, all different environments and cultures, and all forms of living. I simply can not form a clear description of the "typical" student from my school, no matter how hard I think about it.
So I have done some more thinking and the best description I can come up with is a student that has seen many walks of life, has lived a complex life of their own, and knows how to be accepting of each individual. Since I claim that my school has such a wide variety of personality and different experience that walks into the front doors everyday, it is true that all of us have seen many forms of living but avoid immediate judgement because our society has indulged us in the experience of every kind of person since an early age. We all have an understanding that everyone does and has been judged in their lifetime but that our generation is here for each other to eliminate those negative thoughts of each other because we see ourselves as equal no matter how we were raised or what we've been through.
The typical student at South Central is proud to accept all walks of life as they are understanding of situations and he/she knows that everyone is different but no one is better than anyone else. The typical student of my school is the bright future that I am looking forward to. He/she will help in bringing upon the end to separation and stereotypes and the beginning of full equality and acceptance of all human beings for who they are. If you're someone who does not know how to treat others equally as the rest of our school does, then this is not the school for you!