it sounds as if you are overly confident with yourself.
1 Corinthians 10:12
"Wherefore let him that thinketh he standeth take heed lest he fall."
One question I have … Are you ‘sure’ that you are well liked by them all?
Do you think that they find you almost ‘perfect’?
Do you find yourself to be almost ‘perfect’ and almost ‘perfect’ without God in your life?
If you do, you are not the only one that feels and thinks that way about self… That ‘way’ is becoming predominate with youths today.
That is why they have a very difficult time getting ‘out of the way’ of others. They are beginning to expect that others get out of their way despite the fact that the others are senior aged.
But like you said, these persons are well liked by peers, teachers, and dress nice and are clean kept and well groomed…
They’re not as ‘thugs’, per say, to have need to be afraid of but they show worse cases of disrespect and not acknowledging respect. They don’t even acknowledge you are there.
They will even run head on into you because you are that not acknowledgeable.
Of course looking at this from the Biblical point of view, it would be more easily understood. Them having a very high regard to self without God would mean that they are somewhat pretty ‘low’ on the ladder leading upward.
But remember that each person, in their level, has great possibilities if they allow God to work with them on the level they are on… They can reach many persons others might not be able to reach.
So as long as there IS a Ladder, there are going to be persons on each ‘level’… And maybe a certain person on a certain level can help the others on that level or surrounding levels learn about respect and others towards the other ‘levels’. Both upward and downward and for themselves.
Remember… You’re a Senior in High School… One day, even another generation, another person will be sitting in your seat in the high school you are attending now.
Sometimes the student becomes a teacher in their High School Alma Mater and watches new students occupy their own seat year after year.