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As a 24-year-old graduate of Stanford University, Jeremy went undercover for a semester at a Southern California public high school.
Pretending to be a senior transfer student with a C+ average, he was totally accepted by students, teachers, and parents alike. None of them knew who he really was.
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He took a full course load, became part of the cool crowd, got invited to kids' houses and parties, and had total access to all facets of the high school experience.
Hollywood movies and spec ops aside, the last time an adult went into high school undercover was over 25 years ago, when Cameron Crowe returned undercover to write Fast Times at Ridgemont High.
But times have changed. The kids Crowe talked about now have their own children—in college.
It's time for a true testimony of the new generation of American youth.
As featured on Good Morning America and The View, the world can now see the shocking truth about what's really going on in high school today.
Simon & Schuster's Atria imprint has released both hardcover and paperback editions of High School Confidential.
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