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rule the school

slang To be the most popular or influential in one's school. Now that we're seniors, we're going to rule the school! The popular kids always think they rule the school, but not this year!
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Why not partner their new school bag with a matching pencil case or lunch box to complete the look and ensure your cheeky monkeys are ready to rule the school?
Opener The Stars of Track and Field was one of many old favourites in a set that included I Could Be Dreaming, We Rule the School and I Don't Love Anyone.
Rule the school with an open and extended hand, befitting the school's Christian ethos, rather than with an iron first.
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Jade and her friends are Goths and show a particular dislike toward the popular, Barbie-like students who rule the school and refer to the Goths as Freaks.
Six teenagers take control in Rule the School and ban traditional lessons like maths and English in favour of street dance, DJing and street language, or "cred", classes.
Initially befriended by a sub-group known as The Art Freaks, she also catches the eye of ThePlastics -a group of three haughty girls who rule the school.
"You rule the football players, you rule the school," says Shannon.
Rule the School - due on screen in July - will show 10 teachers tackling teenage pursuits like text-messaging while five pupils take on the burden of doling out detentions, writing reports and marking exams.
Rule the School's head teacher and text messaging teacher, 14-year-old James McArdle, from St Ninian's High, Glasgow, said: "My little talk at assembly worked.
The editors, big buyers, and celebrities rule the school; they get the good seats, closest to the runway.
That's exactly what happens in a new series from CBBC Scotland, Rule The School, a seven-part factual entertainment series where everything's turned on its head and the pupils are in charge of the teachers.
I read your article "Girls Rule the School" [Short Stuff, O/N '06].
Give your book a sweet title, such as "Best Friends Forever" or "We Rule the School!" Cut the letters from magazines or print them from a computer.