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15 More Clever School IDs That Are The Definition Of Thinking Outside Of The Box

student posing on student ID as Jack Nicholson from "The Shining"

By the time you’re a senior in high school, you’ve had enough “serious student” time. Now, it’s time to party!

At North Farmington High School in Michigan, seniors are allowed (and encouraged!) to make their student ID photo a real work of pop culture art. Teens use the opportunity to transform themselves into characters from movies, television, and memes, and they use the hashtag #NFID23 to share their creations online. This year’s batch is somehow even better than last year’s, which we didn’t even think was possible!

1. Meet Jesse Pinkman and Walter White from “Breaking Bad.” Sorta.

2. His Spidey Senses are tingling!

3. Just a “happy little” ID card.

4. This student couldn’t resist the urge to Rick Roll his classmates.

North Farmington High School student ID featuring teen dressed as Rick Astley

5. If you know, you know.

6. Step One: Look exactly like Moana.

7. You’re telling us these aren’t the same photos twice?

8. We love a girl who’s not afraid to look like Mr. Bean.

9. Slash, is that you? No, really. Is it?

10. Take a new ID photo? “Ain’t nobody got time for that!”

11. When a character from “Midsommer” looks like this, how could you not dress like her?

12. Someone has seen “The Shining” one too many times.

North Farmington High School student ID featuring teen dressed as Jack Nicholson in "The Shining."

13. Everyone, say hello to Mirabel from “Encanto.”

14. This guy wins our nostalgia vote with his Man In The Big Yellow Hat from “Curious George” costume.

15. She totally nailed this imitation of Elle Woods (and Bruiser Woods!) from “Legally Blonde.”

These teens really took their IDs to the next level and proved their creativity knows no bounds. We can’t wait to see what next year’s senior class comes up with!

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