It was the beginning of a new day, the birds were chirping. The tree's brushing their leaves to and fro, creating their own soft lullaby. It was as peaceful as it could be, and Autumn had no trouble rolling over in her bed and falling back to sleep. That was until the perfect, peaceful morning was shattered by a shrill cry. "Autumn Blair, if you don't get your butt down here right now you are going to be late for your first day of school!" a female voice screeched from downstairs. "Just five more minutes." Autumn moaned as she pulled the cover over her face. She slowly opened her eyes from under the covers of her bed, and laid there emotionlessly. It seemed like forever before it dawned onto her that it was her first day of high school. With the sudden realization she snapped up in her bed. "I'm going to be late!" she screamed in a panic. From downstairs her mother could hear the thump of her daughter falling out of bed and her running footsteps as she tried to get herself dress and prepared for school. "I swear if that girl didn't have her head attached to her body she would lose it as well." her mother mumble as she was cleaning up from breakfast. Her father on the other hand simply chuckled and shook his head. "She is young." he reminded her gently. It wasn't long until Autumn came running down the steps of her two story home. "Why didn't you wake me up?!" she complained as she raced to get her shoes on. "We did, it's not our fault that you sleep in so much." her mother scolded. Autumn seemed to ignore her comment as she ran back into the dinning room area that was connected to the kitchen and chugged her glass of milk. "Whatever, I am going, bye love you!" she yelled as she rushed out the door. "Wait you forgot your-" before her mom could even finish the door slammed closed behind her. "lunch." she finished with a sigh. Autumn was rushing down the side walk, fixing her hair as she went. She grabbed a hair tie from her wrist and was pulling her hair up into a high pony tail. Running as fast as she could and trying to dodge around other kids that were on their way to school as well. After about five minutes of running she soon made it to the schools iron gates. Autumn came to a stop just outside of the gates, bending over with her hands on her knees huffing and puffing. Some of the other students walked by giving her odd looks and whispering. The school itself was rather large, looking almost castle like instead of school like. With it's three stories and large windows that seemed to line everything. The grounds also looked perfectly cut, and the flowers decorating the pathways the students walked down. Students had the option to live on campus there as well. Autumn slowly pulled herself together enough to stand up straight. She looked up at the building with large eyes before letting out a shaky sigh. "Alright...lets see what today has in store for me." she whispered before taking her first step onto school grounds.