Where did “The Rock” go to high school? Details about his teenage years

Is there anything Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson can’t do? In the 1990s, he was best known for his outrageous and selfish WWF wrestling character, The Rock. However, The Rock managed to move his career from professional wrestling to A-list status. The Rock has worked in film and television for years, including his HBO drama series Ballers, but now he’s trying his hand at situation comedy on his semi-autobiographical show Young Rock.

Young Rock casts a comedic throwback to Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s extraordinary life through the unheard-of stories of his family and youth that made him the man he is today, including his high school years. So where did the larger than life actor go to high school? We have all the details.

The Rock took to Instagram to explain why he moved high school so often.

In an Instagram post, The Rock posted a photo of himself as a young child and explained why he was jumping from school to school. He also joked that his classmates thought he was an undercover cop.

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“By the time I was 16, I had already enrolled in four high schools around the country because I had been evicted and had a little problem with the law. My lip (aka porn star) and all the kids in every high school thought me be an undercover cop because I looked like a mutated but handsome SOB of a male child, ”he wrote.

“Also, in Nashville, I’ve hung out in honky-tonk bars on Music Row and coughed crackhead cars. Yeah, one of the many reasons I’m a grateful man for the life I have today, and grateful for kicking the ass early on in puberty, ”he continued. The problem with the law he is referring to was his multiple arrests for fighting, theft, and check fraud before he was 17.

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