"Where'd You Go to High School" Quiz Answers

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Where did she go to high school? Incarnate Word Academy. Take the quiz here. - PHOTO: EGAN O'KEEFE
  • Photo: Egan O'Keefe
  • Where did she go to high school? Incarnate Word Academy. Take the quiz here.
The BBNOTY ("Biggest Bar Night of the Year") was on Wednesday night, Thanksgiving Eve, and old friends reunited in bars over booze across St. Louis. With the bars packed with people who returned to STL for the holiday, we've invited you, anonymous online readers, to be your judgmental best and guess where the people in our slideshow went to high school.

Nightlife photographer Egan O'Keefe asked that question to patrons at Atomic Cowboy (The Grove), Humphrey's (Midtown) and McGurk's (Soulard.) Look at the slideshow and check back here to see if your presumptions -- don't pretend you don't do it anyway -- were correct.

View the slideshow here.

Answers are after the jump.

Click on the high school to name to see the photo....

1. Lindbergh High School
2. Ursuline Academy
3. Parkway South High School
4. Lutheran High School South
5. Northwest High School
6. St. John Vianney High School
7. Saint Louis University High School
8. Ladue Horton Watkins High School
9. Nerinx Hall High School
10. Lutheran High School South
11. Mehlville High School
12. DeSmet Jesuit High School
13. Trinity Catholic High School
14. Hazelwood East High School
15. Kirkwood High School
16. Christian Brothers College
17. Bishop DuBourg High School
18. Marquette Senior High School
19. Collinsville High School
20. Duchesne High School
21. Oakville High School
22. Francis Howell High School
23. For Zumwalt West High School
24. Incarnate Word Academy
25. Christian Brothers College

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