Teenagers have to face obstacles in school like peer pressure and being accepted by society. Students and teachers at Southwest High School recently gave their views and experiences on the difference between being someone else in the real world and being themselves in their minds.

Evelia Sanchez, a new special education teacher at Southwest, said that it’s a time of change, and kids always want to fit in.

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