My school is an average-sized school with about 400 students. (I feel stupid saying that after I read some of you telling about the thousands of students in you school.. Wow.) It feels bigger because the elementary & middle schools are in the same building, so I guess there are about.. 800 students? It's the biggest school I have attended.
Anyway, stereotypes. I'm in high school and I have to say, there aren't many stereotypes. Of course, there are the loud and misbehaving kids who probably consider themselves "popular", but really, there aren't many stereotypes. I think it's mainly because most of the students are equivalent to each other. (I'm not sure if that's a fitting word..)
The stereotypes were much more visible back in middle school. There really were the popular kids, emos, nerds, etc.. It was exhausting, but I'm just happy it's over now. I hated it.
Stereotypes almost always get really out hand, so I try not to do it. Of course I tend to stereotype people too, but I try not to.. overdo it. I mean, I try to get along with everyone, even though I had stereotyped someone as something I didn't like. Everyone is different and everyone deserves a chance.