For six months of the 2012/2013 school year, photographer Aaron Wojack captured a small slice of the New York City high school experience in a series called “Blowing Minds”.
Posts Tagged: High School
Gotta Coppa Poppa: Sub-Deb Clubs in the 1940s
In 1945, a new social group for teenage girls, the “Sub-Deb Club,” exploded in popularity, especially in the midwest.
Tomorrow’s Defenders of Liberty
The Victory Corps was an educational program for teenagers that ran from 1942-44, training high schoolers to become “tomorrow’s defenders of liberty.”
20th Anniversary of Dazed and Confused
Richard Linklater’s seminal high school comedy, Dazed and Confused, turns 20 on September 24th!
Jones Valley High School of Birmingham, 1925-1974
Today Teenage is screening in Birmingham, Alabama at the Sidewalk Film Festival, so we’re celebrating Birmingham teens.
Wiseman on Paul Simon and Mescaline
In 1968, an English teacher, no doubt in an attempt at relevancy, uses Simon and Garfunkel to “teach” her class about poetry.
Spot the weight lifters of Ritzville High School in small town Ritzville, Washingonton.
Portrait of the footballer as a young man.
Kids And Money
In 2007, filmmaker and photographer Lauren Greenfield interviewed Los Angeles teenagers about money for the New York Times.
German Jewish Teens, 1961
Photographs by Leonard Freed of Jewish youths in Dusseldorf, Germany, 1961.