Disappeared Dad: Subverted in that her parents are mentioned to be divorced.
Dude Magnet: Surprisingly enough. Of the course of the show she manages to attract Michael in "Deja-Who?" (when she's posing as Courtney, until she shouts at him for insulting her friends), Joaquin in "In Love With a Proper Foreign Exchange Student", Jean-Pierre in "Stealing First", Camp Caprice Sasha, Although he does get back together with Clover., Jake flirts with her somewhat, Orion and, of course, Darren.
Emo Teen: People think she's become one in "She Was Gone", despite Ginger insisting it's a work of fiction.
Fiery Redhead: Mostly averted with Ginger; she's very sweet, but can often become very moody.
Meal Ticket: Not for money, but for being a "science whizz". Ian Richton gets paired with her in science and flirts with her so she'll do the work for him or he gets kicked off the football team. He goes apologies when Ginger confronts him, though.
Redheads Are Uncool: Ginger has curly shoulder length red hair and is not considered particularly popular by her peers.
Teacher's Pet: She's a self-described "science geek" and frequent kiss up to her chemistry teacher, Mr. Celia. She's also happens to be a favorite of her high school English teacher, Ms. Zorski, due to her talent for writing.
Lonely Rich Kid: She actually has lots of friends, though they aren't friends for friendship, but convenience.
Lovable Alpha Bitch: While she isn't against some casual teasing, she's pretty nice compared to most of the popular clique.
Na´ve Everygirl: To some extent, considering that she seems to be quite sheltered due to her wealthy upbringing and always had an interest as to how things worked in the world of middle class citizens.
With Friends Like These...: Indirectly to Courtney—she tries on multiple occasions to blackmail Ginger into staying away from Courtney, because Miranda doesn't someone to end up replacing her as Courtney's best friend.
Jewish American Princess: She is part of the inner circle of popular and wealthy girls, her parents hired a sushi chef from Osaka for her 13th birthday, and in "Far From Home" she mentions Bat Mitzvah money.
Parental Hypocrisy: Bans Ginger from wearing makeup, yet she has her own bathroom full of cosmetics that she keeps locked. She also forbids Ginger from drinking coffee, although she does throw out her own coffee maker after some prompting from Dave and Carl.