Central Shadowing Day Following around high school students seems stalkerish, but not on Shadowing Days. Pleasant View IBs to-be experienced a day at Central High School on February 2nd. When students first entered, they met their senior or junior Central Ambassador and congregated in a room across the counselor’s office . They then awaited the arrival of the other shadows. Schedules are usually different for everyone. To follow the schedule of an Ambassador (by which the author does not have rights to name, nor any way to claim rights), band-specifically Wind Ensemble- came first. Shadows arrived at the end of the hour and listened to a bit of Central’s songs for contest before leaving to the next class. In 2nd hour, the Ambassador had Spanish. A long-term substitute took the place of the usual teacher and had yet to remember students’ names, except the student who bore an extreme ressemblance to Harry Potter. Students answered questions concerning a video watched the previous day while shadows comprehended none of what was said. In 3rd hour, English, a quiz was taken on A Hanging by George Orwell. Questions were then ans- At this point, we must interrupt this article for a short story told by the Ambassador’s friends, who we should refer to as J and B as I have not obtained rights to name nor found a way to contact for said rights. J was tasked with moving furniture for a friend. J put all of the furniture on another friend’s-who we will refer to as O-driveway as a prank. A few months passed and this group of friends were at a white elephant gift exchange. J was encouraged to pick a huge object covered by a blanket. J took off the blanket and lo-and-behold, there is a chair from O’s driveway. J took the chair and now it is sitting in the middle of hallway at Central.You may now proceed to read the rest of the article. -wered by groups of the students’ choice. In 4th hour, there was a chemistry review. While the author of this article was listening, she understood about as much as she understood in the Spanish classroom. In 5th hour, psychology started with an experiment. A student was asked to stand in a line with a few other select high-school students. The shadow was asked to choose the line that looked the most like the first line. The shadow went last out of the select group. The high school students each said an answer that looked nothing like the first line. The shadow consistently said the option most similar to the first line. At the end of this experiment, the shadow did not conform, to the great disappointment of the high-school students. The shadow, however,was pleased not to conform. Shadows could choose to read the psychology textbook or do something of their choice. The rest of the hour seemed to be anticlimactic. Then the principal came in demanding that everyone with a black backpack line up on a wall. Each backpack was examined until the principal told one of the students to come with her. This turned out to be another psychology experiment, testing obedience to authority. 6th hour was similar to general music at Pleasant View. Shadows left fifteen minutes into class with a bulldog-shaped stress squishy, concluding their Shadow Day.