Cartoons about High School

by Theresa (T-) McCracken

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Security Cartoo 7441

Security Cartoon 7441: The Tin Man at Oz High School saying to a security guard, "I set off the metal detector again? This is going to make me late for class the for the fifth time this week."

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Basketball Cartoon 4443

Basketball Cartoon 4443: A janitor cleaning up trash after a basketball game saying, "Kids can shoot a basket from 50 feet away, but can't hit a trash can two inches from their nose?"

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Education Cartoon 7319

Education Cartoon 7319: Two teachers walk by a group of people fighting and hitting each other over the head with bouquets of flowers. The older teacher says, "Don't worry, the first thirty years of teaching are the hardest."

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Education Cartoon 4322

Education Cartoon 4322: A boy showing his F filled report card to his father and saying, "At least you won't have to worry about the rising costs of a college education."

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Law Cartoon 5306

Law Cartoon 5306: A student taking a test says, "List the constitutional amendments in any order? Hmmm ... 4th, 10th ... ummm ... 6th, 8th, 5th, ... "

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Asthma Cartoon 6032

Asthma Cartoon 6032: "George doesn't let his asthma get in the way of his playing the tuba in the school band." A kid uses a bike pump to blow into a tuba.

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Teen Cartoon 4559

Teen Cartoon 4559: A woman says to boy reading by a TV with a reading lamp on it, "What's with the reading lamp? The TV not giving off enough light for you to do your homework by?"

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Biology Cartoon 4600

Biology Cartoon 4600: Four panels: A) A science teacher says, "If your mother and father have green genes, you have a 50% chance of having green eyes." A girl thinks, "What the heck is he talking about?" B) The girl imagines her straight-laced parents and thinks, "Neither of my parents wear jeans, much less green ones." C) The girl looking in a mirror thinks, "I keep looking at my eyes in the mirror, but I never see a pair of pants floating around." D) She bangs her head on her desk and thinks, "I'll never graduate from middle school."

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Education Cartoon 5540

Education Cartoon 5540: In a classroom a teacher is filmed by a video camera. Students watch the TV monitor next to her instead of her. "Employing technology to keep students' attention."

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School Cartoon 7236

School Cartoon 7236: A sign that says "18 School Days Without an Accident," falls and hits a student on the head.

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Cartoons from a Warped Mind

Cartoons From a Slightly Warped Mind

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Holy Rollers

Holy Rollers: Murder and Madness in Oregon's Love Cult

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