Most of the students are in level 2. However, the next highest people are in level 1. Usually, there's only 1 or 2 Honors and Regents classes per year. Most of the teachers at the school are pretty good instructors. Some of them have even been there for 20 years or more.
Despite the fact that the school is very good for high academic achievers, there's the social problems of the school. Sadly, many of the students are rap-loving imbeciles who will make fun of you if you're intelligent or if they consider you a nerd. Infact, some of them pick on other students for no real reason at all. Many of the sensible students are in Honors and Regents. Not too many are in the levels below.
There is also the problem of fights. This year, there were over 4 fights in the Freshman year alone. There have also been two freshmen expelled.
Despite all this, the school is still pretty good.
Chris: Hey, that kid is wearing navy blue pants and a white shirt. He must go to St. John's Prep.
Jimmy: I hear that school's pretty good. I might send my son there.
Students of the Prep typically come from very wealthy families of the North Shore of Massachusetts and Southern New Hampshire. The student parking lot includes dozens of wealthy vehicle marques and students are typically adorned in their extremely preppy attire including Polo or Tommy Hilfiger. The boys of the Prep are the crème of the crop and many of the girls in the local area want a "Prep Boy" to bring home to Mom and Dad.
St. John's breeds the best and brightest. It turns ordinary boys into leaders and gentlemen. People know when they meet a Prep boy because of his class and dignity as well as their outstanding respect and distinctive mannerisms.
Without a doubt the Prep is the best school for boys the world throughout. There is no finer school that will provide the depth and precision of an education while transforming an ordinary boy into a world class gentleman.
"I go to St. John's Prep..."
"Well allow me to introduce you to my daughter!"
A: You gay?
B: No, you?
A: No, you smoke pot?
B: Yep, you?
"Oh yeah. hes the man!"
Prep student's boss "where do you go to high school, son?"
Prep student "St. John's Prep"
Prep student's boss "Well why the hell didn't you say so? let me introduce you to my daughter..."