What's inside the teenage mind? Adults have been pondering this question for centuries, but the key to today's teens may be in the last place anyone thought to look: their school lockers.
The trend seems to be partnering with a friend. Although sharing can crowd a locker, it allows friendships to bloom. Boyle County freshmen Kaylyn Evans and Megan Hines are best friends whose locker features an array of pictures of each other and their friends. However, the girls concede that the display didn't appear overnight.
"We added bits and pieces over time," says Evans, "When we see a picture we like, we add it."
Their inspiration comes purely from everyday life. "We love taking pictures, and it makes things a lot more interesting and fun since we spend a lot of time at school," says Evans.
Combining their love of art
Another dynamic duo, Boyle County freshmen Kelsey Barbato and Kelsey Stillwell, combined their love of art to create a locker that's all their own. Their locker features a random thought of the day, decorated magnets, a message box, and other eye-catching decorations that the girls say lure other students to their locker.