The Saint Augustine Girls High School has a population of roughly 700 girls. The sample size for this study was a total of six girls, each representing a different clique within the school. Each of these students was interviewed using a structured questionnaire with occasional random questions. The questionnaire consisted of eleven questions which were specifically designed to target the individual’s speech. These questions focused on their interests and what particular group or clique they would associate themselves with. Questions were asked specifically on interests, such as music and movies in order to create a more relax mood for the individual, which would enable them to speak more naturally. Similarly, some questions focused on finding out how many of their friends share the same interests that they do. This was compared with other groups to examine if they all share similar interests or if different interests may be the result of each clique speaking differently. Other questions focused on finding out how these respective cliques speak within the school and outside the school.In order to determine the differences in pitch, tone, stress, volume and pronunciation of words between different clique members, their speech was plotted into two different frequency spectrum graphs. A frequency spectrum graph maps the differences in the height of a sound, in this case, the pitch of a person’s voice. The graph shows a set frequency range in which the sound was produced on the horizontal axis and the decibel on the vertical axis. Pitch is represented on the horizontal axis, it shows all the frequencies sound was produced and the dB shows which of these frequencies are louder The decibel represented as, “dB” is used to measure sound level, sound pressure, and sound intensity. There is two ways sound can be plotted on a frequency spectrum graph using the decibel method.