Here's your context. I've got a GPA that rarely dips below 4.0, score in the ninety-ninth percentile (I'm told that it isn't possible to be in the hundredth, but I still want to) on every state test, and I only get in trouble for being slightly late to my first class (in the last 4 years, I've had two minor things, not counting the ordeal at the 'corn maze'). I'm easily in the top ten of the class, (5th last time I checked, and I'm at least in 4th now).
There was an academic assembly today, right before school got out. Earlier in the day, some students, including my friend, had been 'invited' to a "seat of honor" during the assembly. I didn't get one, and I assumed it was a mistake that would be rectified later. I walked into the auditorium and my friend told me that he thought I was supposed to be on stage. So, I walked up to the principle and asked "Am I supposed to be on stage?"
He shrugged and asked if I had an invitation. I told him that I didn't, and he told me that I wasn't supposed to go on stage unless I had been invited. I thought that it might not be based on grades, but something else. It was indeed grade-based. After a speech full of awkward half-insults, the assembly ended. My friend then walked up, handed me the certificate I should have gotten, and told me I should have been on stage. I just facepalmed.
PK all day?