PCA Boarding school

Pacific Coast Academy

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Setting

Pacific Coast Academy
Pacific Coast Academy is a boarding school located in California, right next to the beach. The campus is huge consisting of the Harry Schneider Building, four halls, a gym, a track & football field, an outside and inside pool, multiple tennis courts, and a huge library. The Harry Schneider Building has multiple classrooms in it, the Dean’s office, the nurse’s office and the housing office. Around the campus, you can find multiple coffee carts and seating with a nice view. There is also a cafeteria with seating inside and outside.
✦ Fulton, Butler, Dillard, Persephone and Brenner Hall
These are the four halls on campus that the students live in. Two of the halls are for boys, two are for the girls, and one is a co-ed. Each hall has more than 100 rooms with up to three people in each room. The rooms have one single bed and one bunk bed in them. Each hall has a large bathroom with multiple showers and stalls, a kitchen, and a study room filled with computers. Each hall also has a lounge room. The lounge room has multiple couches and chairs, a snack bar, Foosball tables, and a big screen television.

Lounges Each of the dorms have a lounge room. They have snack bars and smoothie machines.

Sushi Rox
Sushi Rox is the on-campus Japanese sushi restaurant. It sells several different types of sushi from California rolls to onigiri. The items on the menu are fairly cheap for the students. The restaurant is owned by Kazu. Sushi Rox is a great place to go out with friends or for a first date.
Vacarros
Vacarros is a fancy restaurant located nearby Pacific Coast Academy. There is seating outside with a view of the beach for those beautiful days when the sun is shining down. If you are looking to impress a date, this is the place to go. The food served here is delicious and presented in a beautiful way but is more expensive than Sushi Rox.
✦ School Store
Are you in need of pencils, a notebook, and erasers? The school store is the place for you! Run by some of the students attending PCA, you can find all your school needs plus some other fun things for sale. In addition to school supplies, they sell shirts, coffee mugs, backpacks, hoodies, among other things.
✦ Pacific Coast Mall
If you drive about 20 minutes East from PCA, you will end up in front of the Pacific Coast Mall. It’s a big hangout for the students of PCA. They have all your favorite stores from Victoria Secret’s to GameStop. There is also a large food court, movie theater, and arcade located inside the mall.
✦ Mystic Mountain
If you are looking for a fun day, then head on over to Mystic Mountain Amusement Park. They have many rides, plenty of games where you can win prizes, delicious food to eat and a lot of interesting shows to watch. Come with friends, family, or a date. Be sure to ride The Goliath, their most popular and scary ride, and get the accompanying picture of you on the ride.

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Pacific Coast Academy is a part of PCA Boarding school.

30 Characters Here

Sebastian Dawson [17] Hey, do you want some company?
Scarlett Ann Rey [14] "No, I don't hate. Hate is a strong word, I prefer strongly disliking."
Riven Mantra [13] "You're blocking my light."
Belladona Ricci [13] Classy Ladies, not trashy.
Arielle Liu [13] "Strong women wear their pain like stilettos. No matter how much it hurts, all you see is the beauty of it."
Arabella Lynn Remington [12] "I prefer books, studying, music, and books over people any day."
Lucas Azevedo [11] "Baby, I could be your Prince Charming." *winks*

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Character Portrait: Brianna Newman

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After finishing her morning breakfast of eggs she dumped the trash and left the cafe. Today it was absolutely gorgeous outside with the beautiful campus scenery and the great weather today looked like it was going to be a good day. She strolled over the campus until finally stopping bench that was placed nicely underneath a cherry blossom tree. The tree provided a nice amount of shade from the sun's bright rays as she took a seat positioning her right leg over the other. Ripping the top off of the plastic container she stuck her plastic spork into the thick and yet creamy yogurt. Making herself comfortable on the metal bench she sat back and ate at a slow pace walking the busy students move around her.

After about fifteen minutes went by Brianna was on her last spoonful of yogurt when the announcement started on the louder speaker. She slowly licked the little remains of yogurt off the spork as she listened attentively to the principal talk not wanting to miss anything of importance. "Today students will be reporting to the following clubs: Cheerleading with Coach Moralla on the football practice field .... ," that were her cue to get moving.

Brianna was on every sport team that was available to girls at PCA which meant she had to really micromanage her time to make sure she was able to handle it all. The fact that Brianna had joined so many teams made her mother uncomfortable as she felt all of that plus her school and just regular teenage stuff would be to much for her daughter to handle. Brianna understood this and in truth when she thought about it she probably did have a lot on her plate but she didn't care. She like well actually loved playing sports. It was one of the few things that had brought her any kind of joy when she was really struggling with her disorder and she just wanted to do something that she enjoyed. That was why no matter how stress or hard it was going to be she was going to do it all this year. Stay on top of her school, do things with friends and put in a hundred and fifty percent when it came to cheerleading, lacrosse, volleyball and softball.

Before she could go to the practice football field she would have to change into something she could actually workout in. Her clothes were far from blood restricting but she really didn't want to sweat in something she planned on wearing for the majority of the day. Her dorm was pretty far distance away from where she was currently on campus so she opted to go to the girl's locker room instead. She had already chosen her locker and put a change of clothes in it the first day she got back to PCA. Plus the locker room was far closer to the field than her dorm was.

She had tossed the empty yogurt container and now walked with a happy light bounce in her step as she made her way to the lockers as she drank her morning oj. Entering the locker room she threw the now empty carton of juice in the trash can that sat by the door and went to her locker. Slipping out of one outfit she changed into another now ready for the day's cheer practice. She jogged from the locker room to the football field and found herself happily surprised to be the first of there. Aside from the coach. "Morning coach!" Brianna yelled as she came to stop in front of the women. "Morning Brianna! You can just go ahead and do some warm up stretches until the other girls get here." Brianna nodded "Kay coach," she said as she walked a short distance away and started stretching out her body.

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Character Portrait: Jennifer Anthony Character Portrait: Belladona Ricci Character Portrait: Ashton Chambers Character Portrait: Arielle Liu Character Portrait: Lucas Azevedo

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At first Jenny had ignored all of Ashton's pokes at getting a reaction from her, and breakfast was more awkward than she'd hoped. She knew it wasn't going to be easy, or great, or anything close to that, but she didn't think it'd be that tense. She wondered if Lucas had noticed her unease, and Ashton's obvious antics for attention. She only felt a little hurt when Ashton bragged about the hamptons, it would've been worse if Luke hadn't been there. Sitting beside him put her at a relaxed level that even the king and queen couldn't affect. So she was visibly uncomfortable, but she let it melt away slowly with every touch she got from Luke. She listened to his stories, even commented and asked questions to the two. She played along like everything was fine, and remained to flirt with Luke. She didn't mean to dangle their relationship in front of her ex, but that's what had happened. She hoped Lucas wouldn't think she was toying with him, because the last thing she wanted to do right now was admit she still had feelings for Ashton. She only let her smile fall once, and that's when he brought up them meeting and spending time in the hamptons together. Yes, she was supposed to have gone with him, and she had a pang of hurt that they'd gotten together since she wasn't there. But, she tried to put on her nicest smile. After a while though, when the couple was sucking face before Jen, she politely excused herself and asked Luke to escort her to her room to get something before she had to go to the magazine club. He went with her, and eventually they parted ways after the announcement to go to sports and clubs.
She walked at a slightly slow pace. She always took her time, walking gracefully and poised. Her delicate figure glided by everyone she passed, almost silent and light, but very noticeable at the same time. She was only a few minutes late, but she was in time to see what she wished she hadn't. As she walked down the hall to the classroom, she could see Belladonna and Ashton standing in the doorway. Great. She thought, and continued in that direction. It seemed once her presence was made, the two were again passionately making out. Gross?? Get a room.. She began to edge past them without any word hoping to be unnoticed, but to her luck Belladonna and Ashton had planned the rendezvous just for her audience.

Image"Hey Jenny didn't see you there, what's up?" Donna cooed to her. Ashton left to go to lacrosse practice, but not without a glance at Jen. She felt a bit sick. The pink balloons everywhere didn't help. The banner that read homecoming made her realize what the situation was, and she didn't feel any better about it. He'd never really done any romantic gestures to her, but then again she wasn't one to love surprises. Though a cute ask to a dance would never hurt.. She pushed the thought of that out of her head, it wasn't good to dwell on problems of the past. She smiled shortly, and nodded, acknowledging what had happened. "I should really be asking you.." she muttered in response, wondering if Donna could hear the discomfort it her voice. The wink Donna sent her back gave Jenny a lump in her throat, and a sinking feeling in her stomach as she marveled her next words to Jenny. "I think I might love him." Belladonna had turned before she was able to see Jenny's look of disdain, and it quickly faded back the the cold pretentious looking expression Jenny was usually found with. Her grey eyes studied Belladonna as she popped an expensive looking chocolate into her mouth. She could imagine the chocolate melting easily, to whatever gooey center it held.
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"Well? sit down." the queen ordered. Jenny reluctantly did as she was told, and sunk into a chair quietly. She tried clearing her head, and just thinking of Lucas to calm her, but it was hard. Why was Bella toying with her? Had she done something to upset her? She wondered. Was it really just Ashton's fault? She sighed under her breath, so small that Donna would either not notice or ignore. Belladonna starred in the direction of the door, probably waiting for Arielle. Jenny thought of something to say to her, debating whether she should fight back or play dumb. Maybe neither and just stay quiet? Or schmooze and make small talk of the dance, what Bella would be wearing and what not.
She spoke somewhat softly, trying to be casual. "Have you two said you loved each other yet?" she asked, trying to seem uninterested as she began to page through a magazine laying open on the table. "I mean, you said you think you do, but I just thought, maybe.." she trailed off, leaving room for Belladonna to answer. If this backfired she'd quickly go for the dance conversation instead, maybe ask if they'd all be arriving together or separately. She also wondered what they were going to do about a homecoming campaign, if Donna thought she needed on or not. Jenny continued to look through the magazine, though she was almost fully focused on Donna's next answer.

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Character Portrait: Jennifer Anthony Character Portrait: Belladona Ricci Character Portrait: Kennedy Price Character Portrait: Arabella Lynn Remington Character Portrait: Arielle Liu

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Kennedy Nicole Price

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Just as the two reached the library, the announcement went off and Kennedy shook her head. She knew she would have had to leave for her club, but this early? No thank you. Arabella declared she had to go to room 105 for Debate team, and Kennedy smiled slightly at her. "Have fun with that. It's time for me to head off to 210 for the E-Magazine. Wish me luck with Queen Bee are her hive." Kennedy walked backwards as she walked towards the Art Wing. She waved at Arabella, but quickly turned around remember the mention of Homecoming. She cupped her hands around her mouth and spoke a little louder than usual. "By the way, we have Quiz Bowl together! We'll discuss Homecoming after our clubs?" She meant to state what she said as a fact, rather than her last sentence coming off as a question. Kennedy smiled at her friend and waved yet again, and practically jogged to her club.

From the library, the Art Wing was pretty far away. It was nothing ridiculous, but it wasn't as close as she had hoped. Never being the athletic type, Kennedy had to stop jogging after about three minutes and switch to speed walking. To say Kennedy didn't like running or jogging was accurate. She had never been a fan of exercising in general. Her parents had put her in physical activities when she was younger, including ballet and gymnastics. However, Kennedy never really did anything there. She would bring a book and sit and watch everyone else. Watching others brought her happiness, but doing it herself was another story. Why force herself to do something when she was perfectly fine observing the others from the sidelines? It was safe to say her sport streak lasted about two weeks.

Upon arriving at room 210, Kennedy stopped outside of the door to check how she looked. She looked alright, but her hair wasn't cooperating with her today. She sighed quietly to herself and started working on a braided bun. Her fingers moved rapidly through her hair, having done this process way too many times before. Within a minute her hair was done and the finished project looked just as it should. Kennedy smiled and walked into the room, being taken back somewhat by the amount of balloons in the small room. It all made sense to her as soon as she saw the huge banner draped across the ceiling. Her eyes scanned the room to see Belladonna sitting with Jenny at a table. Kennedy didn't even consider sitting with them, for she knew Arielle was most likely to be joining them shortly. The sophomore made her way to a table behind the two, but not before grabbing the magazine from the table next to them. Her seat was on the left of the room so she was sitting diagonal of the socialites. She didn't bother saying anything to anyone, not even the Dean's wife, who happened to be the teacher. On her walk to the club she figured she wouldn't say anything until she was asked to, like usual. Due to her shy nature, it was rare for Kennedy to speak up without others addressing her first.

When Kennedy was situated, she opened the magazine and began flipping through the pages absentmindedly. While she skimmed pages, Belladonna and Jenny seemed to be talking about Homecoming or something. Kennedy was trying hard not to eavesdrop, as she saw that as being rude. It wasn't her conversation to listen in on. Turning her attention back to the page in front of her, Kennedy began reading an article about the latest fashion trends. The article wasn't interesting at all. Instead of stating what was in, it dragged on and on about what should be in and what had just recently gone out.

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Character Portrait: Cali Hawks Character Portrait: Louis Lovett-Huntington Character Portrait: Kennedy Price Character Portrait: Arabella Lynn Remington Character Portrait: Scarlett Ann Rey

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As Kennedy says her good-byes, she adds in last minute, "By the way, we have Quiz Bowl together! We'll discuss Homecoming after our clubs?" Before Arabella could reply, Kennedy had just disappeared around the corner already heading over to her club. Oh, Homecoming. My awkward turtle’s nightmare. Arabella isn’t exactly what you describe a social butterfly, in fact, she’s the exact opposite. So, social events such as dances (including Prom) terrify her immensely. Arabella also hates the fact that she would have to dress up in a dress, heels, and have that big pressure to have a date. The social semiformal dance held at the beginning of every year in high school and it would be her first time going (if she does decide to go) since she disappears off to the library during this time the previous two years.

Sighing, Arabella glanced up at the library one last time with a sad expression, then turns around heading over to Room 105 in the English wing. After a couple minutes, Arabella barely glanced down at her watch to make sure she wouldn't be late. But in return, she is greeted by shock after looking at the time and realizes she was going to be late if she kept walking at the same pace. Clutching her book tightly in one hand, and Arabella begins running through the halls stopping every few seconds to catch her breath. A couple minutes later, she slows down to a speed walk when she notices the classroom in eyesight. Arabella pauses in front of the door bracing herself for what comes next. Inhale. Exhale. Inhale. Exhale. It's gonna be alright. Then puts on a smile and walks in greeting Mr. Mathews politely, forgetting about her whole Homecoming situation.

As she surveys around the classroom for a seat she recognizes a familiar face, Louis. Although Arabella is an awkward turtle, she is only like that around unfamiliar people and strangers. If seeing a close friend she is completely willing to go up to that person and start the conversation first; though there are a few exceptions to this. This time isn't one. "Hey Louis. I didn't know you were in the Debate Team!" She smiles playfully before sliding into the seat next to him. Although people have a hard time understanding Louis since his vocabulary is extremely complex, Arabella likes learning new complex words to add into her vocabulary. Arabella gets comfortable in the seat then prepares herself for his lengthy complex response with her ears alert and her eyes on him.




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On her way to Art Club Scarlett began tapping on her sketchbook with her pencil with her mind wandering off. Homecoming, it’s almost as bad as Prom. It’s my senior year though, I should be spending/living it to the fullest. Going the extra mile, all that senior junk. But. Schoolwork. Gahh, what am I thinking? College is just around the corner. But. It’s my last year of high school. But. I don’t even have a date. Scarlett’s thoughts went back and forth like this before finally deciding on going only if she had date. Which she highly doubts she would even be able to get one, which shouldn’t be a problem since she’s not completely positive if she wants to go.

By the time Scarlett made up her mind, she was already right in front of room 215. Snapping out of her thoughts before she ran into the door, she took a deep breath. Then clutching her sketchbook tightly against her chest with the cover hidden. Scarlett didn’t want to make it extremely oblivious she had a sketchbook and her passion for drawing. Few people knew about it, so she figured joining the art club wouldn’t hurt. Then slowly walked in the classroom feeling a bit hesitant about if she should had joined Art Club or not.

“Hello Miss Miyuki!” greeting the teacher then looked around for a seat. Art club hadn’t begun yet so there were hushed tones of chitter chatter among the students. Choosing one by the window, she strolled up to her seat slowly. Window seats were the best in her opinion. You’d had something to look at besides the same old boring posters they always had on walls. Placing her sketchbook and pencils neatly on the desk she slid into the chair with ease getting comfortable of where she's sitting. She propped her elbow against the desk and rested her head on her hand. Scarlett glanced around the classroom with a bored expression looking for any friends while tapping on her sketchbook with her other free hand.

Her eyes stopped on the only other familiar face she knew, Cali Hawks. Scarlett had two choices, to be a loner in Art Club or hang out with at least one other person. She chose the later, picking up all her things and slid right into the seat next to Cali. “Hey Cali. So I guess we’re both in the Art Club together.” Scarlett smiled stating the obvious in attempt to start a conversation between the two. “What other clubs did you sign up for?” She asked while neatly arranging her sketchbook and pencils on the corner of her desk.

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Character Portrait: Nate Hoffmann Character Portrait: Kathrine Locke

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Kate smiled as Nate seemed to be waking up. He mentioned a few things to her, and then she had watched him as he got changed into some pants, his boxers were something she's seen before anyways, she had helped him with his laundry and while they had been dating there were a few times where she had been able to sleep in the same bed as him during the summers, and they'd cuddle and he'd be in his boxers. Either way, now wasn't the time to remember the good times between them. Sometimes she wished that she could just tell him about the feelings she still had for him, and how she wanted to be with him again, but they decided it would be best this way, but would it really? It almost pained her to know, any minute he could go off and date a different girl, but in the end it was his choice and she wouldn't stop him.

Kate heard him mention that they should go out for lunch, and she smiled, seniors were allowed to leave and come back at lunch. Kate smiled, she knew that it'd be fun, to go with Nate, and maybe it could be just them, or they could ask Carter and Blake too, but in the end right now, all she wanted was to actually just spend time with him one on one, which was fine also. Kate nodded, "Yea we can do lunch." She said, and soon the two of them walked out of his room, and eventually after a bit of walking around and just taking an announcement came on. Kate had to go to Cheerleading practice apparently. "Well.." She said and was cut off by a peppy voice and soon enough Kate smirked when she mentioned Nate being a candidate for home coming king. The she heard her name for queen and she shrugged, she didn't really care, well she'd be super happy to get it, but she knew it was more likely for one of the other girls to get it, and besides, if Donna didn't get it all hell would break loose probably.

"Well I have to go to cheer." Kate said smiling and she gave him a small hug before walking off an waving at him. After fifteen minutes Kate had gotten into her cheerleader outfit that was meant for practices and then she went onto the football field like instructed to and she waited for the class to start, she wondered who else would end up being here. Since she knew Jenny had to go to her fashion thing with Donna.







(Will add Alex and Sydney here soon.)

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Character Portrait: Cali Hawks Character Portrait: Scarlett Ann Rey

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Cali had sat there in the art room staring at the door and watching people come in the door. Most of them, she watched as they walked past her and went to sit down. But after awhile of this, she let out a sigh and looked down at the desk and opened her sketch book. The pages were filled of tens of thousands of little sketching. Most of the sketches were in plan black and white by pen for the outline and pencil for the shading. The sketches ranged from little random simple shapes like stars and hearts all the way to highly detailed caricatures. Just her style, I guess.

After a moment, she heard a familiar voice beside her say "Hey Cali. So I guess we’re both in the Art Club together." Cali looked over with a smile and slightly raised eyebrow at Scarlett's statement of the obvious. "Yeah." She said with a small laugh and a smile. After a moment, Scarlett asked "What other clubs did you sign up for?" To which Cali replied with a slight shrug. "This is actually the only club I joined." She said in her normal 'not-a-big-deal' nonchalant way and her eyes glancing down to Scarlett's obvious sketchbook and pencils she was arranging. A small smirky-looking smile made it's way across Cali's fast as an eyebrow cocked slightly and she looked back at Scarlett, trying to make eye contact like she usually does. "You got any sketches?" She asked with a blink and a smile as her curiosity boiled up. Art and sketches is one of the many things that Cali has interest in, so it was obvious she was going to be interested in anything anyone drew.

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Character Portrait: Sebastian Dawson Character Portrait: Leonardo Till

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Sebastian stayed still as the announcement came and listen to what they had to say. Oh, the music club will get a new teacher, and no one less then Mr. Ford, that's pretty cool. Sebastian thought for himself and then the announcement told them about the dance and he wondered if he had a suit with an ascot. He would have to check that later.

He looked over at Leonardo with a smile when he placed a finger to his lips. He liked the different quirks Leonardo had. He listen to him talking for himself and then looked at him interested of what Leonardo had said when he focused again at Sebastian.

"Oh yes. Do you... Want to go... With me?" Leonardo asked and Sebastian open his mouth to say something before shutting it with a smile. He looked down at the table. "Of course I want that, I was going to ask you later but.. You beat me there. Come on, let's go. I'll follow you there before I head to the Study Hall." He said as he took a hold on Leonardo's hand. "I have no idea if I have an ascot though. A suit, yes but an ascot? I actually doubt it."

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Character Portrait: Sebastian Dawson Character Portrait: Leonardo Till

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Ardo threw his trash away as he headed for his club. He was happy he'd been able to finally as Sebastian for once. 'cause usually it happened the other way around.

"I don't think a lot of guys have ascots actually." Ardo stated, finding that fact very unlikely indeed. He wouldn't be shocked if he didn't have on either. But truth be told, he probably did. And it wouldn't be shocking if he did bring it with him for some apparent reason. His nanny had good intuition when packing his bags.

Once Ardo got to his club, he reached up and gave Sebastian a light kiss on the lips.
"I'll... See you later." He said shyly.

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Character Portrait: Kennedy Price Character Portrait: Hazel Davenport

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Haze was hoping for peace and quiet today and to be alone but she knew that was never going to happen, whilst she sat there on her own, a note was left on her table. It was from that Kennedy girl, she was Sydneys sister, Kennedy was okay but she did sometimes need to know when people didn't want help. She barely read the note which said something about hangovers and taking a bath, Haze didn't tend to take the advice of other people so she just screwed the note up and threw it over her shoulder. Haze sat there still feeling the hangover pounding against her head, she hated them but loved to party so it was worth being uncomfortable for the rest of the day. But one thing she could not stand was being disturbed when she had a hangover. It was the intercom and that so called principal talking about people going too their clubs. Haze didn't bother with clubs, she hated the school so why would she want to spend more time with its teachers and using its facilities.

There was no escaping the intercom, it spoke over a majority of the school so she couldn't even go into her room and hide under her pillow. Then if it couldn't have gotten any worse, possibly one of the most annoying people she has ever met or had the displeasure of listening too, Miss Clark. Her voice was piercing through the ears of Hazel making her banging head twice as bad. She was talking about the Homecoming Dance. She had to give Miss Clark some credit though, she knew how to make a party. Then it was the usual homecoming court and it was probably going to be Bella as the queen and Ashton as the King. You could predict these things. Schools always voted for the most popular people. Haze thought about what she would write on the ballot, she definitely wouldn't be voting for seriousness, she would probably just write a rude comment about one of the nerds.

Eventually Miss Clark stopped yammering on and shut her mouth. At this point Haze couldn't stand the voices of everyone getting excited in the cafe, some fresh air is what she needed. Haze picked her bottle of water up and made her way out and onto the soccer field and went and sat on the bleachers. It was a nice day and the sun was out so she just sat there and relaxed and she would get the opportunity to watch some of the guys playing. There was something about watching guys play sport, it was attractive. Haze just leaned back trying to rest her hangover.

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Character Portrait: Dominik Moore

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Dominik rolled out of bed with a sigh, trying to kill as much time as possible before he’d have to go to practice. Did they do anything the first day? He didn’t bother dwelling on the question, since he’d figure it out later. For now, the guy just took a quick shower in an attempt to erase any tiredness from himself. He’d stayed up working on something last night. It was only a sketch, but inspiration can be hard to find sometimes - you have to take advantage of it. He never actually finished the piece, but the thought of practice the next morning was, eventually, enough to force him to sleep. Dominik walked back out in his boxers to find an empty room. His roommate - Markus, he guessed, never having paid much attention to who he rommed with - had already gone, and Dominik glanced around for his phone. People leaving didn’t exactly mean he should pick up the pace, but just the same, Dominik wasn’t one to be late. He checked the time before pulling on some clothes. Then the guy went back to the bathroom to half heartedly fix his hair, brush his teeth, and put his contacts in - surprise, huh? Soon enough he was off to the cafeteria.

The cafeteria was pretty full when he got there. People already in their usual cliques and such. Dominik made his way through them all to order some kind of breakfast sandwich and a water. However, he didn't feel like lingering around. He'd planned on taking his food back to the room to chill out and maybe finish what he was drawing the night before to kill time, but the announcements made him stop. Something about home coming and the nominees. Dominik tapped the lid to his water on the table, waiting for the announcements to end. All he really needed to know was where to show up for soccer. After throwing away his trash, Dominik walked to the boys locker room to change before coming out onto the field.

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Character Portrait: Carter Grey Character Portrait: Kathrine Locke Character Portrait: Roxie Garrett Character Portrait: Brianna Newman

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Image Carter was finishing up the last of a muffin when she heard the announcements. She looked in the direction of the field when she heard where she would be. Due to her incredible competitive streak she loved anything that had to do with winning, so naturally she made her way onto every team she could. Sports was her way of getting out her anger and frustration out, and she had a lot.

She got up and grabbed her bag, swinging it over her shoulder. She debated on going back to her dorm to change, but decided against it, in fear of being late. So she took another bite of her muffin and made her way to where she was supposed to be. She started to wonder what was going to be planned for the homecoming, something big, she was sure. She slightly smiled to herself at all the possibilities and then tossed her now empty muffin wrapper into the trashcan and sped up her walking speed just a tad.

Once she finally arrived, she glanced around, then made her way into the locker room to change. She pulled her hair up into a ponytail, as she often did when she was in something sport centered. She set down her bag by her locker and made her way out onto the field, waving at a few girls. Grinning, She placed her hands on her hips and breathed a sigh of relief, as the feeling had disappeared. She let her eyes drift over to where the guys were meeting and flashed a smile at them as well, although she doubted they saw it.