They went to high school because mutants then wasn't as widely known. You'd get the one or two making trouble but those were all low key and Xavier was there to make people forget or concoct a clever cover up. But thanks to mags, he made sure everyone know that anyone could be a mutant and then grew the hatred and mistrust. By the end they went to school at Xavier's Jean Scott and the rest became the teachers teaching Magma and Cannon Ball.
The beginning of the show did show them in high school trying to blend in and being pretty much teenagers...but then it got better as they grew up with the segregation and trying to protect humanity. Over all I thought it was a good series, Wolverine and the X-men channeling that...but sadly never got a second season.
"Is it wrong to steal a load of bread to feed your starving family?" "No." "Well, suppose you've got a large starving family. Is it wrong to steal a truckload of bread to feed them?" "Uh-uh." "And what if your family don't like bread? They like cigarettes." "I guess that's ok." "Now, what if, instead of giving them away, you sold them at a price that was practically giving them away? Would that be a crime, Bart?" "Hell no!"
Oh, the valuable life lessons to be learned from classic television.
you just shot your own argument in the foot, that’s not what she said and you know it, you’re grasping at straws. RT scores are not based on box office. You’re desperate and trying to fall back on the “yeah but everyone else is stupid so THERE!” Argument.
You’re better then that man.
I know money is different than Rotten Tomatoes. But people are idiots as shown in people liking that children's cartoon calling itself Captain America¦ The First Avenger.