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Caroline Stather

The Silent Genius

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a character in “Scandalous”, as played by Spectra51


Caroline Stather

Age: 17 | Hair: Dark Brown | Eyes: Dark Brown | Sexual Orientation: Straight | Grade: 12 | Crush: Open

Description: The quiet genius, Caroline is an advanced student, admired from a far and respected by many. You'd be surprised how many people look up to a girl five feet, four inches tall. However, Caroline's endless indolence is starting to catch up with her. Suddenly overwhelmed by advanced placement classes with an unholy amount of work being assigned, effortlessly riding on her talent is becoming troublesome. She's only turned in a few summer assignments and she's already failing a few classes. A heart broken girl on the brink of a meltdown, of course, you'd never know it by looking. From a far it seems she's got it all together.

Activities: Caroline is a freelance illustrator and fine artist, and a passionate one at that. Acrylic paint, modeling clay, heck, even colored pencils are all she needs to bring true beauty into your life. It's what puts her at ease. Art is where she can say what she would never dare to with words, where she can cry, laugh, and scream all at once without being judged for it.

Personality: Caroline tends to avoid large crowds, she likes intimacy, a one-on-one relationship. Parties, events, dances? Out of the question, she'd be much more comfortable in her lonesome, and she'd have twice as much fun too. Although, Caroline loves her friends, so sometimes she'll trudge the journey if they pressure her to. Her reputation is very important to her, to appear above them all is her prime objective, but sometimes she'll cut loose and have a little fun. But not too much.

Friendships: Akira, Aisha

A Day - P1: AP Government | Break | P2: AP Studio Art | Lunch | P3: Creative Writing
B Day - P1: AP Calculus | Break | P2: Study | Lunch | P3: AP Computer Science
C Day - P1: AP English Literature | Break | P2: Economics | Lunch | P3: Environmental Science

So begins...

Caroline Stather's Story


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It's almost over, Caroline thought to herself during the slow, but steady, ride to Bailey High. Sleepily staring out the window, Caroline braced herself for another day of Senior year. After 13 consecutive years of public schooling, in her eyes, she was a survivor. Many of her friends came and left Bailey High: some moved away, some left for private school, and some dropped out, but she was a fighter. They were lightweights who just couldn't handle Bailey High. Her mother, behind the wheel, refused to enroll her into the artists' prep school she wanted to go to. She wasn't really any better, but it made her feel better to think so. Her mother thought it'd be foolish to transfer during senior year. She always had a just-get-it-over-with attitude about everything, but of course, she'd been asking since sophomore year.

A luxurious black sedan pulled up to the front of the school. Caroline Stather swiftly opened the car door. After she got out and closed the door, Caroline turned to the car as though she’d forgotten something. “Bye mom…” she said, but it was pointless. Her mother had already sped off. One of these days she’s going to get a ticket, she thought, if the cops weren't too busy pulling over Aisha. In the avenue to which her mother was exiting, a policeman was writing Aisha a ticket. It was too far away to hear, but Caroline could tell Aisha was trying to dispute the ticket. Covering her mouth with her hand, Caroline laughed.

Inside the school cafeteria, Akira waited for the bell to ring. Bailey High had a policy requiring students who arrived early to wait in the Cafeteria before school started. There students could pick up breakfast and chat with their fellow students. Commandeering the usual table, Akira set down her thick backpack and steaming coffee cup. She hoped the others would group up with her here before strangers found themselves at her table. She gently laid her head down on the table. Akira was overcoming a sickness that morning, but she didn't want to skip school. She took some medicine, and let it work its magic. However, she didn't notice, until it was too late, that she'd taken Nightquil instead of Dayquil. She was already feeling drowsy and desperate enough to chug that coffee if need be.

Within minutes, Caroline entered the cafeteria and sat across from the sleeping Akira at their table. Caroline tapped her shoulder until Akira woke up. "What?" Akira asked aggressively. "Sorry, did we have any homework for AP Gov'?" Caroline asked.

"Yeah, that packet she gave us on Friday, remember?" Akira managed. Of course, Caroline can hardly remember her lefts from her rights. In all honesty, she intended to do the assignment, but she procrastinated until she forgot all about it. A five page packet with short-answer, critical-thinking questions at the back should be easy for someone like Caroline Stather to finish before class started, so there was nothing to worry about, except history was her kryptonite. Her big brain couldn't just logic its way through like in math and reading; she had to actually study at least a little. "My goodness, you're right!" Caroline realized. She anxiously sifted through her backpack full of junk, eventually finding the packet buried in one of her binders.

"Want some coffee?" Akira offered. She had every intention of spreading her sickness. "No thanks," Caroline smoothly replied, "I like to wake up au naturel." She would have continued to say that caffeine stunts your growth, but it would be a weak argument considering: Akira was taller than her. Akira chuckled, "whatever." Now Caroline was hard at work trying to fight the clock. There was nothing more to say, so Akira laid her head down for another deep sleep.


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Aisha eventually made her way into the cafeteria. She hurriedly sat next to Caroline and whipped her phone out. "Caroline, look at this." Several screens appeared on her phone, each showing a different view of the Highshcool interior and exterior. "Isn't this cool?"

"You hacked into the school Cameras?!" Caroline exclaimed. "How?" Her curiosity would rather have her ask: 'can my phone do that too?' but she feared the unknown consequences for getting caught with something like this.

"Well it's kinda like a WiFi-connection. The administrators can use their phones to watch us with their phones whenever they want, but you gotta have a certain app. And the password. I got it from the librarian's phone when she wasn't looking," going on a tangent, "Look at this, I can see everyone in the cafeteria." She giggled, "they look like ants."

"I don't think this is safe, Aisha. What if somebody catches you?" Caroline asked.

Ignoring her, "Look at this, Caroline. It's Mr. Oswald and Mr. Payne. I wish I could have sound and so I could hear what they're talking about."

Within in the empty halls of Bailey High, Allan Payne, the Dean of Academics, and Principle John Oswald were conversing about something extremely confidential just in front of the door of Mrs. Dunn's government class. "There's not need to rush this, John. We're not certain yet if it's her or not," Mr. Payne told him, "but if it's not her then an innocent girl could be-"

"Think of it this way," Mr. Oswald interrupted, "If the posts stop we know who it is. If they don't then we'll know with absolute certainty that it is the other suspect, and we still win. The Voice hasn't left us with any other options. Besides, do we really need another Asian kid who's not even good at ma-"

"John," Mr. Payne stopped him. He noticed standing behind Oswald was Lucas Earo. Oswald turned around and looked Lucas in the eye with his best death stare, without saying a word, he turned back to Mr. Payne and said, "My mistake, take care of this for me." Mr. Payne was flustered, but he composed himself enough to say, "Earo, you're supposed to be in the cafeteria right now, school hasn't started yet."