I'm not a big kid, at all, and it really doesn't take much to fill me up. Nor am I a particularly picky kid, and anything from pizza to salads to soup is welcome in my stomach. When I leave the lunch room after eating the average meal, I leave with a satisfied feeling of fullness, though like I said, it doesn't usually take much to eliminate my hunger. Compared to horror stories from surrounding high schools and even some college cafeterias I've chowed down at, my high school has provided very solid choices and a few especially desirable options (mmm, white chicken chili). I am not very concerned with the healthy goodness of the food I eat at school, but even the most delicious options have been given special attention to calories, fats, and freshness. If I were a health nut, I wouldn't have too many problems finding suitable options for lunch every day. The best part -- it's getting better; our school has been making important steps to improve their food service from when I started eating the greasy slop two years ago, and I am confident they will continue to be progressive in this field.