I had been disrespectful.
Which, in all honesty, shouldn't that have meant that I was supposed to be grounded, or send away to the middle of nowhere? In some ways I guess I was, considering the school was in the middle of the forest. But, this was a school, where being polite was probably held in high regards, and that was one thing I couldn't do.
So why was I accepted?
I don't know. I don't care.
All I really know is that I'm going to be trying my hardest to get expelled.
That's what I was doing right now, as I skateboarded down the fancy looking halls. I was skipping class, first of all, so this was totally a double whammy. I'm crossing my fingers that this will be considered the most horrible thing ever, and I'll be gone in a matter of hours.
The faces I had recieved were priceless. I could tell instantly they hadn't even seen someone do this. I was turning a corner when I hit a guy head-first. I fell off my skateboard, hitting the ground and scraping my elbows. After letting out a small hiss, I rolled over to see just who I had hit.
In front of me stood a tall, silver-haired male, and a short, brown-haired girl. The girl looked flustered, but her hands were on her hips. She was freaked out, but at the same time, she wanted to show me what I had done. The boy just looked annoyed, as if he couldn't believe he was here wasting time.
"Sorry." I stood up slowly, brushing my hands on my knees. I bent down to grab my skateboard, but it whisked out from under my hands as I reached. It had been the boy, and he was holding my skateboard in such a way that looked like he was going to break it. I glared at him. "Don't you dare even scratch that board."
"Akane." The girl let out a sigh, running a hand through her hair. "This is about the sixth time in two days you've caused a disturbance. And each time we've had to chase you down and bring you to the headmaster."
Chuckling, I stood up straight. "And I still don't know you're names yet. Well, you've told me them before, but I haven't been listening." Kicking my boot back and forth, I asked, "So I assume this is going to be the same thing?"
The girl nodded. "Yes."
"How about we shake it up a little? I won't go today." Flashing a smile at them both, I started to run past them, through the small space in the middle, when the boy caught my ear with his hand. Letting out some sort of hiss/squeal, I stopped running and winced. "Hey, you-"
And that's how I was dragged to the headmaster's office.
"Akane," the overly-cheery man sighed, his hands clasped in front of him. "This is the sixth time you've been brought to my office."
I pressed my hand to my chest, adopting a solemn look on my face. "I swear I won't do again-"
"You said that last four times." Headmaster Cross sighed and shook his head. "It's obvious you're not going to stop, so I've taken matters into my hands. I'm sorry, and I know you probably won't like this, but..."
He might have thought I was inwardly dreading what he was about to say, but instead my insides got all warm and fuzzy, and I was happily dancing around in my mind. This was it! He was going to expel me, and I'm going to go home, and-
"You're going to join the Disciplinary Commitee."
My face went devoid of emotion for a minute, and then before I knew it, I was leaping through the air to throw a punch right at the man's face. How dare he get my hopes up-
Someone grabbed my hair and yanked me back. My back hit the floor loudly, and I winced, rolling to my side as the pain spread through my body. Looking up through my half-shut eyes, I saw that it was the same boy who had grabbed my ear earlier. "Oh, hey, it's you." I let my eyes fall closed again and I let my head lay on the floor.
"You're just like Kiryu," chirped the headmaster. "You both have anger problems!"
Without letting the pain get to me, I cracked open one eye again. "Your name is Kiryu? Ahah," I said, letting a little laugh escape my lips.
The girl with the brown hair bent down, her arm outstretched towards me. "His name is Zero Kiryu," she told me as I grabbed her hand. She pulled me up to my feet. "I'm Yuki Cross."
I stumbled over to a chair in the room, sliding into it. My back still really hurt. "Doesn't matter. I'll forget by tomorrow anyways. I'm Akane Morioka." I nodded at them both.
A small piece of white fabric landed on my lap. Holding it up, I saw there were some red lines on it too. "Just wear that," the headmaster told me. "And meet up with Yuki and Zero this evening where the Night Class comes from. Sound easy enough?"
"Nothing is as easy as it seems," I muttered, sticking the fabric in my pocket. I leaped up, grabbing my skateboard off the desk, and grabbing a run start out of the headmaster's office. I leaped on my skateboard, cruising out of the office. I smiled to myself.
Evening came by way too quickly, in my opinion. By the time I arrived, the students of the Night Class were already on their way out, and girls were swarming around them. I rolled my eyes, and pushed through them to the center, where Yuki was failing to keep girls back and Zero was keeping them at bay just with a glare.
"Akane," Yuki huffed, pushing a few girls back, "you're late."
"My bad. The teacher wanted to yell at me for something. Blame him." As two girls started to pass me, I snapped my fingers. "Yo, back up!" It didn't work, not like I thought it. I cleare my throat, stepped back, and started to do what I do best...yell.
"Okay, you freaks! Stay the hell back, or I will not hesitate to cut all your hair off, stab out your eyes, and juggle them in front of you! I will-" Hands pushed me. Not too hard, but just enough to that my words were garbled and I stopped. Yuki stood next to me, her arms crossed.
She jabbed a finger at my face. "That's too far, Akane!"
Glancing back at the girls, who were now retreating with looks somewhere between fear and disgust on their faces, I smiled. "Yeah, but it's just enough. Look, it's working."
Yuki rolled her eyes, and continued to push back the girls that hadn't heard me. I stayed in front of the group I had scared, and watched as the rest of the students continued to walk by. They certainly did look different then Day Class students, but I think that was because of the uniforms. Looks didn't really matter to me. But this was coming from a girl who hasn't had a boyfriend yet...so my word is pretty much moot.
After the students had passed by, the Day Class ones started to leave as well. I wiped my hands on my skirt, smiling. "That went good, didn't it?"
Yuki rolled her eyes. "Let's go."
I went cold for a minute. "What do you mean?"
"We still have patrol."
"No way!" I started to step back. "My work is done for today. Sorry."
After I bowed just a little, I turned and ran, heading back to my room. My roomate, June, hates my guts, but I really don't care much for her either. She was at the desk, working on homework, when I entered. She gave me a glare, but we don't talk much, so I only gave a small nod back.
I turned, skateboard in hand. Yuki stood behind me, her eyes squinted as she looked at my board. "I wasn't planning to use this, in case you were wondering," I lied, throwing the board behind me. I thought it had landed in a bush, but I swear I heard someone yelling. Oh well. "So, what are you doing here?"
"Whoa. Stop right there. It's that day where all the girls give the guys chocolates, right? Don't say the other name. It sounds like a duck." I smiled. "But I know where you're going with this. So many guys will be giving me chocolates, I'm a hazard. I'll leave the school right now before the damage is done."
"That's not it," Yuki said, making me sigh. "We need you to help us during it."
As we started to walk towards it, I glanced over at her. "What? Do girls go crazy during it?"
It was certainly odd. Gates were all lined up, and by the names - yes, I had gotten better at names, thank you very much - I could tell that all the names were from boys in the Night Class. I asked Yuki, who answered, "Because it's mostly them who get the chocolates."
Stifling a laugh, I nodded. "Okay."
At first, it didn't seem as though this needed security. The girls stayed in their lines, and all was well. I had permantly borrowed a piece of chocolate from a girl, and had decided I would keep it until later, to eat. I quickly found another use for it though.
There was this one boy, who had been getting tons of chocolates. By a glance at the name on the gate, I saw his name was 'Aido'. He seemed arrogant, and I didn't like people like that. So, when no one was looking at me - that was a good joke. Who would actually look at me when I'm not causing trouble - I threw the chocolate at the back of his head, getting it lodged into his hair.
I barked out a laugh, and they dodged behind a tree, hiding. I could hear him from behind here, "Who threw that?" and I couldn't help but laughing by butt off. But seriously, who was I to pass up a moment of fame? This could be my ticket out as well...
"I did!" Coming from behind the tree, I smiled as big as I could and held out my hand. "It was me."
He glared at me, but didn't say anything. He turned back around.
Oh, man...that's like the funniest thing.
As soon as he left, I laughed even harder, tears springing to my eyes. The girls had all shot me poison looks, but I didn't care. It was too funny to care! I continued to laugh. Yuki had only given me a slight eye-roll, and the Zero boy had the stupid annoyed look still on his face.
Sadly, I wasn't expelled.
I don't get why this idea took so long to think of. But I like it. Sorry if there are any spelling or gramatical errors. I don't have spell check on here. :c Anyways, if you're wondering, I don't know if there will be romance in this. If you want it, just tell me. I could push it in there if you really wanted it.
This is basically just the story of a hot-headed girl bent on getting expelled from Cross Academy in any way she can. :D Hope you like it.
I promise it won't be as short next time.