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   Chapter 8 Mr. PDA.

The Gang Leader's Girl By Makayla Scott Characters: 11281

Updated: 2018-06-21 03:38

"Heaven can be found in the most unlikely corners."

- Mitch Albom, The Five People You Meet in Heaven


"I'll walk you to the office so you can pick up your schedule, " Rylan spoke next to me, guiding me through the narrow hallways.

This school was nothing like the schools back in New York. It was tiny in comparison and there are far fewer people.

The lockers were all painted the same cherry red color with a small silver padlock placed on every single one.

I received many curious glances seeing as this is such a small school everyone is probably well acquainted. And I stick out like a sore thumb.

I followed Rylan around the school, making our way to the office. I tried to ignore the whispers of the other students as we passed them.

"Who is she?" I heard a girl say to her friend that was standing next to her.

I turned my head to look at the blonde headed girl who had just spoken. Both she and her friend was now staring me down. I quickly looked from them and focused my attention on Rylan's back once again

As we neared the office I noticed the big black letters that were embedded on the wall. In some sort of fancy font, the wall read: "Welcome to Irvine High School. Home of the beloved Falcons."

So I guess I'm Falcon now. Not my favorite type of bird but at least it sounded cool.

Rylan grabbed and opened the office door and we both walked in.

"Ahh Mr. Summers, what a pleasant surprise. " The secretary greeted Rylan as we entered.

"Hey, Donna." He smiled kindly at her.

"How's your dog?" He asked.

"Bailey is doing just fine, thanks to you of course." Donna looks up at him gratefully.

"It was no problem, I couldn't just walk away when he was caught, tangled up in the fence." Rylan shook his head dismissively.

I stood quietly behind Rylan as he talked to the secretary, I guess he had saved her dog or something along those lines. I wasn't really paying attention.

"This is Mia Morrison, It's her first day here." I perked up at the sound of my name and looked over at both of them.

"Oh yes! You are the transfer student from New York! Rose called and told me to be expecting you." Donna spoke cheerfully. If Donna was a color she'd be a bumblebee yellow.

"It's nice to meet you." I offered her a smile that she gladly returned.

"The pleasure is all mine." She told me.

"I've taken a look at your grade cards from your previous schools and it seems you do exceeding well in school, despite the fact you've constantly have gotten reroute to new schools." Donna babbled.

She was right though. I actually do very well in school. I've always looked at school as a way to escape my real life, at least for eight hours a day that is.

"As you've probably seen, Irvine is not the biggest school out there, so we don't offer very many advanced classes, which you should be placed in. But, fortunately, I placed you in a few senior classes." She told me, handing me a piece of blue paper.

I glanced down at the paper that held my schedule, I felt excitement flutter inside me thinking about getting back to school.

You're such a nerd.

Irvine High School 2016-2017

Locker Number: 231

Locker Code: 8-76-16

Name: Mia Marie Morrison Grade: 11th

Student Schedule.

Period 1: 12th grade English - Mrs. Porter

Period 2: 11th gr

door, wanting to see who was late to class. And to my surprise, it was Mr. PDA himself.

"Nice of you to join us, Mr. Deacon." The teacher remarked sarcastically.

But Axel didn't say anything and walked to the back of the class and took a seat.

Mrs. Porter then turned to me, my eyes widened.

"Welcome to my class Mia." She told me, then walking to her desk and sitting behind it.

A sigh of relief left my mouth, thank goodness she didn't want me to introduce myself. I hated teachers that made you introduce yourself and make you to share your interest in front of the whole class. It's none of their business what I do and don't like.

After a good ten minutes into the lecture about how we are going to begin to read "The Five People You Meet in Heaven" by Mitch Albom, when a crunched up paper ball flew past my head.

"Damn." Someone muttered from behind me.

I choose to let it go and regain my attention to the teacher. I began writing the notes into the notebook that Mrs.Porter had giving me because I didn't have one for myself, I even had use her pencil. I was excited to start reading this book, I'm pleasantly surprised that I haven't read it before.

As I was taken down notes I felt something hit me in the back of my head. I turned around and looked at the people behind me but nobody seemed suspicious, they were all taking down notes that were on the bored well, everyone except for of course Axel, he was doodling on the table not paying anyone any attention.

I looked down at the floor and saw another balled up piece of paper lying on the ground by my chair. I leaned down and picked it up, I carefully straighten out the crumply paper as quietly as I could and rolled my eyes when I read what it had to say.

"Did you enjoy the show, Angel?"

There is only one evil teenage boy that calls me Angel.

I turned around in my chair to look at Axel, who was already watching me with that stupid smirk on his face. I looked him in his enchanting brown eyes and smirked to myself as I re-crumpled the note and letting it fall out my hand back to the floor where I had found it. I then faced the right way in my seat and finished taking down my notes before class ended.

This was going to be a long year.

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