TEMPE, AZ - Students are sharing the secrets they may keep from you-- online.
Hundreds of high schools and colleges have unofficial "confessions" pages on Facebook where students are telling all.
Arizona State University's unofficial page has more than 3,400 "likes."
Students are posting innocent secrets, and not-so-innocent confessions. All of the posts are anonymous.
But some students say they still think those posts could do a lot of harm.
"I wouldn't put anything on ASU Confessions, because I feel like it's sort of a round-about way of speaking your mind about things," said ASU student Alaina Peters.
One of the posts talks about dorm checks. It reads, "I hid all my booze, shot glasses and flasks in my microwave. They never expect the microwave."
Another reads, "I'm in love with two guys at the same time! Yes, it is possible."
But not all of the posts are funny. Some are downright cruel, even mentioning other students by name.
ASU student Hugo Salazar doesn't think the webpage is a fad. And he doesn't think it's a good idea.
"People obviously like it since they're on this page so much and everyone's talking about it. It's probably going to stay for a while," Salazar said.
To find out whether there's a "confessions page" for your child's school, just search the school name and "confessions."
Many school administrators are just starting to learn about this.
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