This is probably cliche of me to write another one.
But my old one really sucked to me.
And it was really shorttt.
Nia and Corey's were really good thoughhhh.
But here's my fanfic. lol finally
SORRY IF OCS ARE OUT OF CHARACTER
Elliana Leung drew in a breath. It was the start of the 2013-2014 school year, and she hoped it would be without stress. Her old school, Hollywood Arts, had been destroyed in an earthquake, causing much stress to the surviving students.
Meanwhile, Charlotte Fosse, a senior at Pacific High with strict parents, was hoping the same even if it couldn't be. She strolled into the cafeteria, getting lunch for the day and propping down at a table in the back.
Elphaba Coulter, a junior, followed Charlotte to the back table. "Um, are you sitting here?" she asked with a tint of annoyingness in her voice. She didn't wait for Charlotte to answer and sat next to her.
Jennifer Morris, a senior, sat down next to the senior she recognized as Charlotte and a junior she didn't know. "There's nowhere else to sit," she explained blandly, and the Elphaba nodded sharply.
That was when the lights went out and the room went cold.
The Los Angeles School of the Arts was buzzing with new students, mostly from Hollywood Arts High School, a former performing arts high school north of LASA. Gina Sarille was not one of the newer ones.
Gina headed to her locker, brown hair flying down her back in the latest fashion. She was a junior, finally. She had only came three years ago across the ocean from England.
The California sun soaked Blair Pierce's skin, foarming into a sunburn. She stifled a groan, and shoved her books into her locker. Her annoying siblings had been on her back the whole morning and now there was this.
Ashley Hale headed to her English class, her first period of the day. She was not happy to be back at school, but there were some good things about it. Well, of course, there were always good things about something.
Blair and Gina, not even noticing each other, headed to their first period, math. Blair, dreading to be in her worst subject, finally let out a groan.
But neither of them, Blair or Gina, made it to their math class.