I doubt you could even classify my "group" (it's pitifully small, and free-flowing, because this is a tiny school) as it pretty much includes a bunch of misfits. Most of the other groups in this school can be classified by their interests - the skaters, the Jocks, the artsy kids, Korean kids, and the like.
There's a science enthusiast who shares every aspect of Jew-dom (didn't someone say something about penny-picking earlier? That's this guy, too), a parkour-obsessed kid, some other guy who won state-championship in tae-kown-do or something, a student council member, somebody who actually wants to be an accountant, and the resident crazy art and games loving motherfucker, myself (that's pretty much my honorary title).
I've been in a few schools, and every time I end up in a little group like the aforementioned. Video Games are pretty much the singular common ground - that's it, otherwise we're radically different. It's not even a group in the traditional sense, we're just in a little circle and shift in and out of other circles at will.
I don't get on with artsy kids and the nerds. The artsy kids tend to be shit at art (yeap) and discuss crap-all, and the nerds are both several grades down, and pathetic. I'm okay with being a misfit.