From those on your list, another vote for Animale Animale.
Other recommendations fit for a junior/senior high schooler's budget include a couple of $1/oz Clubman Pinauds (Special Reserve - a very good leather; Virgin Island Bay Rum - a good spicy bay rum), Remy Latour's Cigar (a fairly straight forward tobacco fragrance, about $20 for 100 ml), Yves Rocher's Comme Une Evidence (a very good dry woodsy fragrance, $25-45 for 75 ml), and DSquared2 He Wood/He Wood Rocky Mountain Wood (my favorite of the three)/He Wood Ocean Wet Wood (look for 100 ml testers on ebay for between $30-40).
While I agree with others' recommendations not to acquire several $25 frags simply because they are cheap, there is absolutely nothing wrong with purchasing inexpensive fragrances that you enjoy, even if that means you buy more of these fragrances at the expense of buying fewer more expensive fragrances. Collection/accumulation strategies differ and you're in the drivers' seat of your own strategy.
Have fun smelling great!