And We Oop: These High Schoolers Went All Out With These Creative ID Photos
The North Farmington High School is back for their creative tradition with some classic looks.
A new group of seniors at a Michigan high school are flooding Twitter with their epic school IDs.
Students from North Farmington High School, located in a suburb outside of Detroit, have become widely-known on Twitter for their innovative approach to school photos in recent years.
The class of 2020 released their new photos using the hashtag #NFID20, which quickly went viral.
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This year, they channeled several celebrities, including Drake, Beyoncé, Prince and Solange in some classic looks.
From Black Panther to Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, the students also used their creativity for some iconic costumes from classic movies.
North Farmington High School students also shared looks from shows such as Chappelle's Show, Stranger Things and The Suite Life of Zack and Cody.
Several students also used the moment to recreate some of the latest memes birthed from the internet, including Kalin Elisa, also known as #SquatBae.
While the class of 2020 certainly did their thing, we are still cackling over some of the old ones.
A student at the school, which has about 1,200 students, previously told The Detroit Free Press that the photos "are a great way to kick off the school year."