Sebastian hated the idea of public school. Something about it made his skin crawl. He guessed it was probably due to the differences in pace, scenery, and objectives. In private school, you were free to live on or off campus. There wasn't many rules, though you were required to wear a suit and tie at all times. Classes seemed to flow much easier, and the hassle wasn't nearly as much as it appeared to be in public school. He scowled as he got out of his personal car, waving to his chauffeur who also was his butler. He sighed, pulling out his cell phone and dialing his mother's number. "Hello, mom. I was just calling to inform you that I arrived at this hell that you call public school." He hung up, hurrying to the office. Once past the doors, a surge of students ran in, pushing him over. He composed himself, muttering under his breath and grabbing his folders. He entered the office, fixing his suit as he waited. "Hello, ma'am. Unfortunately I'm a new student to this establishment of learning, and I would like to enroll." The woman who was seated at the desk nodded, pulling out papers and directing him to the principal. The principal was friendly and welcoming, smiling at him broadly. "Oh hello, Sebastian! My name is Mrs. Garrison. I received a call from your mother about who you are, and I'm so happy to have you as a student here." Sebastian nodded, his blue eyes wandering around her office as he lingered in the doorway. "Thank you very much, Mrs. Garrison. Honestly, I didn't expect to attend a public school, but it seems my father wants to show his customers that a child from wealth can attend public universities." Mrs. Garrison nodded, taken back by his words. "Let's get you set up." Sebastian soon found himself at the door of his first class, which happened to be writing class. He sighed, rolling his eyes and entering. The teacher read the note attached to his file, nodding and telling him to take a seat. As he sat, a girl caught his eye. He looked towards the teacher, ignoring the stares he received from the rest of the class. "What a day.."