John Lennon‘s Quarry Bank High School detention sheets are going under the hammer later this month, according to The New York Times. The sheets, which were found years later just prior to being destroyed, are being auctioned on November 22nd by England’s The two pages from the detention sheets cover the periods between May 19th and June 23rd, 1955 and November 25th, 1955 through February 13th, 1956. Each page is expected to sell for up to $4,800.  Among the various infractions Lennon was reprimanded for include being a “nuisance,” “chewing in class,” “making noise,” “repeated misconduct,” making “silly noises in an examination,” “sabotage,” “Idleness,” and “just no interest whatsoever.”