Ms. Alexandra MacLeod | Scarlett Johansson | 24 | Freshman Science | Open
Mrs. MacLeod is the teacher every teenage boy wishes to have. Beautiful face, goddess body, and intelligence. Although she has no intent to distract her students, her short skirts and well-fitting shirts have a tendency to attract attention from any male within a mile radius. Despite her beauty and charm, her class isn’t one that is easily passed. She knows when boys are hitting on her, and she punishes them using witty techniques. Ms. MacLeod enjoys her job and is very set on doing it right. Grades and teaching children is what she has always wanted to do, so she is very strict when it comes to tests and homework. But she has also been known to get a bit frisky in the copy room.
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Danny Case | Matt Barnes | 17 | Senior | Open
You know that one kid who’s not particularly popular, but still holds his social standards miles above the rest of school? That’s Danny Case. Honorary president of the Emo Elitists, and actual president/editor of the literary magazine, you’ll never catch Danny without his black spiral notebook that you know holds poetry due to the deep and meaningful looks in his eye when he scribbles in it during lunch like it’s a lifeline. Trying to befriend Danny always leads to awkwardness, since the dark-haired boy is your textbook definition of “pretentious.” No one in Greensville is an intellectual and creative match for him and his deep as an ocean emotions. The truth is, Danny had been invisible for a lot of his life. So going into high school, he had created an image for himself as above the rest and latched onto it until it actually became him, using poetry as an outlet for his loneliness. Will he ever find someone he deems worthy?
Eileen Murdoch | Stefanie Scott | 15 | Sophomore | Open
Eileen, or Elly, moved to Greensville from California the summer before her freshman year, after her father’s job forced their family to uproot their lives and move across the country. Growing up in a Pacific beach house, Elly’s identity had always been influenced by the water. She was a swimmer, a surfer, a scuba diver. Elly would take any excuse to dive into the ocean. Too bad there’s no ocean in Greensville. Without the center of her childhood, Elly was forced to reinvent herself. She had the blonde hair, the blue eyes, the perfect body, the cute smile, and the laid-back West Coast charm. Everything the cliche popular cliques look for in recruits. So that was where lost little Elly Miller found herself her freshman year, and it seemed to work for her. A year later, she’s still on the cheerleading team, still one of the most popular girls in her grade. Still appearing to have it all. Lately, however, Elly’s been questioning all of it. If she’s honest, she doesn’t even like cheerleading, and she feels like her “friends” don’t really know or care about her. Will she ever figure out who she is underneath it all?
Mr. Tobias Wilson | Matt Leblanc | 34 | Chemistry Teacher | Open
This is Mr. Wilson’s first year teaching at Greensville High. He moved to the small town with his five year old daughter Michelle just a few months ago, hoping to escape from the outside world. Specifically, his ex-wife. The Wilsons had married young, right out of their respective Master’s programs. They lived in Chicago and worked in the same high school. Everything seemed perfect. Until Tobias walked in on his wife and the principal when parent-teacher conferences ended early one day. After settling the messy divorce, Tobias wanted nothing more than a new start. So he and little Michelle packed up and started over in Greensville, where he was lucky enough to find a job teaching Chemistry. How will he fare in small town life?
Cameron Woods | Ben Barnes | 18 | Senior | Open
Cameron has always been slightly off from the rest. A son of two artists, he grew up around creativity and inherited it himself. He tends to spend more time in his own world, than in Greensville with the rest of its inhabitants. To Cameron, the universe inside his head has always been the more real one. He’s been prescribed medication for what his doctor refers to as a “dissociative disorder,” but he doesn’t like to take it often. He’s not dangerous in the slightest, so his parents don’t push it, especially since holing up in his own world leads to him creating interesting and beautiful artwork, and writing intricately crafted stories of the things he imagines. He doesn’t see anything wrong with the way he thinks; he prefers to spend his time in that vast space all his own, creating the art he sees there.
Logan Fitzgerald | Chace Crawford | 17 | Junior | Open
Logan was Greensville’s Golden Boy. Never drank outside of the occasional social beer, never smoked, got good grades, was popular but still nice. He was a lacrosse player who loved playing piano in his spare time, and everyone knew he’d be prom king senior year even when they were freshmen. Unfortunately for most of Greensville High’s female population, he was off the market. November of his freshman year, he heard Morgan Gray singing as he walked by the music room and followed her around like a puppy for a week until she agreed to go out with him. The two were inseperable and completely adorable, always holding hands and beaming at each other in the way most high school sweethearts do. That is until Logan’s parents got divorced that February, and Logan was sent to boarding school in England so he would be “away from the situation.” Forced to leave his girlfriend behind, they lost touch about a month later when everything changed for Morgan. Two years later, he’s back in Greensville living with his mom. What will he think when he sees what’s become of the girl he adored so much just years ago?
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Grace Loski | Miranda Kerr | 17 | Junior | Open
Grace is a dancer. Mention her name to anyone and that’s the first thing they’ll tell you. Thrown into ballet shoes from the time she could walk, Grace did her name proud, as well as her grandmother, a former professional dancer. She’s gifted in all types of dance, but her passion is jazz, much to her grandmother’s disappointment. Grace is a sweet girl, very open with everyone, but she has little time for a social life outside of dance. She’s never had a boyfriend, and doesn’t have many close friends either. She dances seven days a week, and can barely keep up with her schoolwork. She’s always just skated by, knowing that it didn’t matter much since she’s planning on joining a company as soon as she graduates. As bubbly and sweet as she is, she’s stubborn and completely unwilling to compromise about anything. Nothing is worth more than dance to her, not even other people.
Mr. Anthony Farris | Andrew Scott | 33 | Math Teacher | Open
Mr. Farris has “two Master’s degrees in Mathematics,” as anyone who has ever come within ten feet of him can tell you since he never stops bragging about them. Arrogant to the core, he doesn’t refer to himself as a teacher, but as a “mathematician” and is constantly telling his students how he has so much money that he doesn’t need to work. He simply chooses what school he would like to teach at for how long he wants, and will leave as soon as administration there starts to disagree with his methods. He’s an imposing figure in the hallways, since everyone knows of his reputation. He has little patience for teaching itself, and will deal with only a few students, those he refers to as the “best and brightest,” while he bashes the rest of the student body for not being smart enough to secure a spot in his classroom.