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oo2. Main Plot
listen to the good doctor ...
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HIGH SCHOOL IS DEAD.
Something new, but still pleasing to the senses ...
We've taken some of your favorite Harry Potter characters and placed them in the most difficult environment possible: the high school. That's right. Harry can manage to save the wizarding world, but can he save his math grade? He'd probably be better off fighting Voldemort. There are a couple of twists and turns on the way, so please keep all hands and legs inside of the vehicle at all times. What seems to be a normal high school is, in reality, the ground for festering chaos. Evil still lurks in the school and the world around it - and we're not talking about the chatty cheerleaders or the preppy princes of the high school, either.
Despite being clad in uniforms, the normality of labels still occur. Naturally. While most search for individuality, others would rather be referred to as part of the group. One thing is for sure, you certainly know the most pampered from the basically ignored. In any typical high school, the jocks are most notable and usually double as a member of the prep group. Yes, everyone knows their name, whether they've uttered it in admiration or disgust. Of course, they get away with mostly, if not, everything. The others ... well, they kind of fade into the background -- the band geeks, the science nerds, the dramatards, the -- you should get the picture by now.TO ANY PASSING FAD.
More than half of the school population, according to the more popular students, goes into the "nobody" rank. There's nothing wrong with being a nobody. It lessens your chances of being picked on or stampeded by a group of fans, you could call them. No matter how much these things are focused on, you can live without them. Just find a group of friends who don't judge you, and you'll live. Not exactly in peace and harmony, but you'll manage a decent school year.
The school certainly lives up to it's name; it is a preparatory academy from head to toe, even if some students don't exactly comply with the standards of one. There are two branches of the academy, one for ages eleven through thirteen, which is called the middle campus and the other, named the high school campus, is for ages fourteen through seventeen. It's located in a small town and most of the students come from the surrounding vicinity. Admission is the only downside there is to this boarding school. Though, if you have parents who really, really, REALLY love you, they've taken care of the entire thing. For those less fortunate, like the ones who were assigned to this school because of district, they most likely live the less extravagant on campus life.TO MARIJAUNA & MUCHO MASTURBATION
As you might have heard, the school does run by a strict curfew, but the good thing is, you can come and go as you please until then. Most of the students are encouraged to take jobs outside of the school campus. Since the town is relatively small and every resident knows one another, there's not much of a caution with employment. If you're not the working type, hanging out in town just might be the thing you need to relax after seven hours of classes. Students are warned, multiple times, never to wonder off past town limits, despite there being a bordering town nearby. Who are they kidding? As if they'll listen. All the best parties are out of town. That kind of behavior has pressured the school staff to lessen their laid back demeanor for the upcoming school year.
Where smokin' in the boys room isn't just a song, that age old saying: "Sex, drugs, and rock and roll" is very much alive and well within the heart of teenagers, in general. For most, it's a rite of passage. Diagon Prep is no exception to any other high school. In fact, they just may be worse. With the freedom to go to town after classes, someone always manages to con an innocent person into getting alcohol. Or, they buy it themselves. Though it's not allowed on the premises, you can be sure that there will be plenty when it comes time to hold a party. Those parties are not only notorious for getting an overwhelming amount of students expelled, it's also known for it's outlandish sexcapades. Really, did you think there wouldn't be any? Separate living spaces can't stop hormone. TO SAY OUR GOODBYES.
The students that only attend school for the chance to get away from their parents are most likely the students bustling about with news of a new way to make profits. Everyone likes to get high sometimes, right? That may not be true, but you can't convince some people otherwise -- meaning, they've increased the price of whatever has been sold around the campus and assured that, by the way everything was disguised, no one would get caught. Pretty sneaky ...
Goodbyes may come sooner than usual this year. The seniors usually only look forward to one thing, and that's graduating. It's a reason to remain happy all year, to tolerate certain people, to ... make decent grades, too. Now, however, some seniors are just praying that they make it to graduation. With the crime rate slowly rising, you're lucky enough to avoid getting into trouble that could prove to be fatal; or, at least, life altering. And we're not talking STDs. Outside of the safe walls of the school is the real life: as brutal as they come. However, some teenagers remain optimistic about leaving school, more than ready to handle the world, or be swallowed alive by it. Some, already, are insuring their own safety by alliances. You don't have to be an adult to make those kind of choices, especially if your parent is nowhere around. LONG LIVE THE TALE!
Merely a year ago, a student was murdered not far away from the school grounds. The police are no closer to finding the culprit from when they first started. That seemed to cause a rift between administration because the student was under their care, therefore, no one is certain of anything anymore and can only warn everyone to be cautious. Though, the school officials state that something must be done or the school will face dire consequences.
Either way it goes, no matter what happens, most people just want to be able to say that they're time in high school was memorable. Most seniors are probably changing something about themselves to make the most of their final year, whether it's being more spontaneous, or trying to take part in the most plays, or even which student managed to spend the most of their parents money. As long as it's something good. Who could brag about being a wallflower all throughout high school? Take heed and leave your depressions at the door because this place reeks of teen spirit..
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