Ahh, highschool . . .
When I think back on all the crap I learned in High School
It's a wonder I can think at all,
And while my lack of education hasn't hurt me none
I can read the writing on the wall
~Paul Simon (Kodachrome)~
You've heard stories about high school, love in high school, drama in high school, and more drama in high school. A lot of you have probably experienced high school, the love in high school, the drama in high school. And those of you who have probably like telling stories about high school, love in high school, and drama in high school.
Don't lie, you know it's true.
But, every story is told from a perspective that seems almost biased. Who am I kidding? It's extremely biased. If it's a funny story, the humor is exaggerated. If it's a sad story, the sadness is exaggerated. If it's a love story, then everything's all jacked up.
This story, I can assure you, is completely unbiased. It follows lots of characters. Some in high school, some not. But it all kind of revolves around the school. "AD High" is the name. No one knows what "AD" stands for officially, but the school has sort of adopted "Angels and Demons High" as an appropriate substitute. And as you read the story, the appropriateness will become all the more apparent. That much is guaranteed.
Now, onto the story . . .