Aren't you like 90 lbs and still in high school? I guess we should take your nutrition advice to heart.
Dietary cholesterol accounts for MAYBE 20% of your total cholesterol count. Bile reabsorption counts for more than that, and your body synthesizes most of the cholesterol in your system from Acetyl-CoA molecules (~50-60% of total cholesterol is synthesized, not ingested). Acetyl-CoA molecules are made from other macronutrients in your body.
A little did you know: Every single steroid hormone in your body is synthesized from cholesterol. This includes testosterone, progesterone, estrogen, glucocorticoids (cortisol/cortisone), mineralocorticoids (aldosterone), etc, etc, etc....
Cholesterol is essential, and eating a few raw eggs a day isn't going to do any harm, unless you get salmonella or a different bacterial infection.
So in conclusion:
Your assertion: Eating raw eggs gives you high cholesterol and is bad for you.
My Answer: You're a fucking idiot.
Go back to social studies.