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The 2016 Presidential election has such a diverse and odd cast of characters it almost seems like America is being trolled by a hidden camera show. But as far as we can tell they're all human beings with average Earthling backstories, which means they all attended high school at some point.
One of the biggest questions surrounding Thon Maker before the 2016 NBA draft -- aside from his raw game and skill set -- was his age, since no one seemed to be able to confirm that he was indeed 19. The photos are pretty clearly Thon Maker, despite a commenter's assertion that Perth -- where Maker allegedly graduated -- had a lot of Sudanese people with the last name "Maker."
This year's Team USA hopefuls are training non-stop for the upcoming Olympics, but that doesn't mean they can't have a bit of fun along the road to Rio. NBC Sports got together some of America's best and brightest for a wacky high school yearbook-style photo shoot. Allyson Felix took a page from Russell Westbrook's book and paired her bright red frames with cow printed suspenders and a "Frankie Says Relax" shirt.
From filmmakers and fashion designers to actors and athletes, New Jersey's high school graduates include a wealth of household names. As thousands of high school seniors earn their diplomas and toss their caps this month, browse the gallery above to go see what some of New Jersey's biggest celebrities looked before they graduated from high school.
One high school junior convinced nearly 60 of his classmates to don the same colorful Hawaiian shirt for their yearbook pictures, making for one majestic display of photos. Dave Husselbee, a junior at Sleepy Hollow High School in Westchester, New York, bought five Hawaiian print shirts and passed them around in a rotation among his classmates on picture day.
San Marcos, once a hidden gem in the Hill Country, was once merely a stop along the way to Austin or San Antonio. With a rapidly expanding campus community, Texas State has contributed to the San Marcos' title as fastest growing city in the nation for three years in row.
Two students at Yucca Valley High School in California won the dubious distinction, but it's the accompanying photos they took that is causing controversy. In one of the photos, a young black student is pictured holding a gun to a textbook alongside a young Hispanic girl with a knife in a similar position.
At Yucca Valley High School, Beth Gonzales says the yearbook teacher told students to bring in props for the senior superlatives section. She says she didn't know what to bring, so the teacher gave her and three other students plastic guns, knives and bombs and posed the students. "It's plastic, a teacher's giving it to us, I didn't think it was anything wrong. If a teacher had it in her drawer, what's so wrong with it?"
They were all in different places, but in the end, it was the same story - the story of the first time they realized that Oscar Hernandez, that talented kid they knew at Lantana's Santaluces High School , was now Oscar Isaac, up and coming movie star. While some press accounts have said that Isaac only attended Santaluces his senior year, those who knew him - and yearbook photos - confirm that he was there four years, from 1993, when he was a freshman with a glorious-enough mane to be asked how he did his hair, to his senior year in 1996-97, where he's seen strumming a guitar.
High school yearbook photos depicting students with weapons at Yucca Valley High School are causing some concerns for parents. One photo, titled 'Teacher's Nightmare', shows a male student holding a gun, aimed at a book, and a female student holding a knife over a different book. KESQ and CBS Local 2's Zak Dahlheimer spoke to officials with the Morongo Basin School District Thursday afternoon.
Sophomore Harry Hulse from Northern Guilford High School in Greensboro, North Carolina, lives with diabetes and brings his service dog, Taffy, to school every day. "And then they said, 'we're taking a picture of your dog, too.' He looked really cool. He looked better than me." 14-year-old Seph Ware of Good Hope Middle School in West Monroe, Louisiana, also had the chance to include his service dog, Prestley, in the 2016 yearbook.