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Disney Character Senior Superlatives

Maybe I’ve just been cooped up inside too long with this never-ending winter, or maybe I’m inspired by all of the graduation preparation chatter I’m hearing from friends on social media, but I keep finding myself wondering – what would it be like if all of our favorite Disney characters went to high school together? There would, of course, be amazing high school dances with original music from Disney’s greatest movies. The cafeteria would feature turkey legs and Mickey bars with the occasional Dole Whip just for good measure. And the high school musicals would all star Zac Efron. How could you possibly get any better than that?

Come spring, it would be time to choose the senior superlatives for yearbook, and of course not everyone can be top dog. I’d like to think that some of the selections would include the Disney character Senior Superlatives I selected below.

  • Disney Character Senior Superlatives 1 of 17
    Disney Character Senior Superlatives

    If all of our favorite Disney characters went to high school together, who would make the list of senior superlatives? Here are my predictions.

  • Class Clown 2 of 17
    Disney Character Senior Superlatives

    In a landslide victory, I'm sure Goofy would walk away with the title of Class Clown. From tripping over chairs on his way into the classroom to falling and spilling his food all over the cafeteria, that Goofy would have everyone in stitches all day, every day.

  • Best Eyes 3 of 17
    Disney Character Senior Superlatives

    *SWOON* Maybe it's just the way he's drawn, but there's something dreamy about that Aladdin. I don't even care that he's a street rat and scoundrel. Even with over 100 years of Disney animated characters competing against him, Aladdin clearly wins for Best Eyes in my book.

  • Best Legs 4 of 17
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    This one was tough. That Pocahontas has got some great gams in that foxy deerskin dress, and Mulan's strength didn't go unnoticed under that kimono of hers. But I think the kids of Disney High would want to recognize the great job Ariel has done transitioning from fins to feet. 

  • Class Dreamer 5 of 17
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    It would be a complete shock if anyone took this title away from Aurora. After all, when you've been sleeping for 100 years, you've had plenty of time to dream!

  • Best Personality 6 of 17
    Disney Character Senior Superlatives

    Baloo, we all wanna' be like you oo ooooh! Baloo Bear is always there to lighten the mood and turn the day around with his quick wit and penchant for song. Baloo, we love you and your personality!

  • Best Sense of Humor 7 of 17
    Disney Character Senior Superlatives

    Remember that time the Genie turned Abu into an elephant? Man, this guy cracks me up! With his phenomenal, cosmic power, Genie keeps everyone in stitches with his amazing sense of humor.

  • Drama King 8 of 17
    Disney Character Senior Superlatives

    We all know that Eeyore has a habit of losing his poor tail, but even when everything seems to be going well, he finds a way to point out the gloom and doom. I'm fairly sure he'd win the Drama King award and would likely have something snarky to say about it.

  • Best Dancer 9 of 17
    Disney Character Senior Superlatives

    With moves that would even make a hunchback leave his tower, Esmeralda is the clear favorite to win Best Dancer in her graduating class. That grace! That style! Those fiery looks and flowing scarves! She's a natural.

  • Worst Temper 10 of 17
    Disney Character Senior Superlatives

    Everyone loves Tink, but when those cheeks start to turn red, it's time to run for cover. Don't be fooled by the bouncy bangs or white puffs on her green slipper. TinkerBell is FIESTY. She'd definitely walk away with the Worst Temper superlative.

  • Best Nickname and Biggest Prankster 11 of 17
    Disney Character Senior Superlatives

    Nicknames are just a normal part of growing up, but for some characters, their nickname becomes so much a part of who they are that they simply go by that name. Ralph? Who's Ralph? Wreck-It Ralph? We love that guy!

    No doubt his buddy, Vanellope, would also walk away with a senior superlative. Known for putting bottles of Diet Coke filled with Mentos in friends' lockers, she'd easily take the title of Biggest Prankster.

  • Best Laugh 12 of 17
    Disney Character Senior Superlatives

    Everyone knows those legendary yellow shoes, those red trousers, and white gloves. But if you close your eyes you can also hear that jolly laugh. Mickey Mouse would easily earn the Best Laugh spot in his yearbook.

  • Biggest Flirt 13 of 17
    Disney Character Senior Superlatives

    He only has eyes for Tiana now, but that wasn't always the case. There was a time when Big Man on Campus Prince Naveen was notorious for flirting with all the princesses earning him the title of Biggest Flirt.

  • Best Hair 14 of 17
    Disney Character Senior Superlatives

    It's a ladder. It's a rope. It's a swing. It's a weapon. It's Rapunzel's hair and it would definitely earn her the senior superlative Best Hair.

  • Best Couple 15 of 17
    Disney Character Senior Superlatives

    First they would win Homecoming King and Queen. Then they'd easily walk away with Prom King and Queen. It wouldn't be any surprise that Cinderella and her high school love, Prince Charming, would also be named Best Couple of the senior class. If the shoe fits...

  • Best Friends 16 of 17
    Disney Character Senior Superlatives

    Not many people stay close to their high school BFF, but there's something about Timon and Pumbaa that makes me think they'll be together forever. From their shared love of bugs to their Hakuna Matata attitude, these two besties take the spot of Best Friends. 

  • Best Smile 17 of 17
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    Without a doubt, Flynn would hit the voting committee with the smolder and decisively walk away with Best Smile. Have you ever seen teeth drawn so perfectly?

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