Welcoming Ceremony & Banquet Hachimitsu Delilah Bloomfield High The sun was just beginning to set in the horizon when Delilah left her home. She was dressed in a crisp, white blazer, and a white pleated skirt - just as the letter had requested. It was a little cold out, and the cool wind was biting at her face and hands, but Delilah was far too excited to complain about it. She quickly made her way down the flight of stairs leading down the porch and unlocked her purple motor scooter. With her helmet fastened and secured, she slowly rolled out of the driveway and turned onto the street. There were quite a lot of houses to pass before Delilah was in town, but it was only a twenty minute ride or so before she was cruising past shops and boutiques. There was more traffic in town than she was used to, but Delilah knew that the majority of it was caused by Bloomfield High's grand opening. Unfortunately, most of the places she planned to park at were already taken up with bikes or blocked by cars. With a bit of patience, she was able to squeeze in between two cars and park in front of Bloomfield High. Her eyes lit up when she saw Bloomfield High completely transformed from the dull mansion she had grown accustomed to. The lights were on, and the curtains had been opened wide enough to allow any wandering eyes a peek inside of the school. The gates were unlocked as well, but Delilah found herself conflicted by that fact. In just three days time, she and hundreds of other girls would be calling this place home for the next several years. Delilah inhaled and exhaled deeply. She smoothed her skirt out with her hands, and joined the messy line of girls heading through the gates. It wasn't surprising that everyone towered over her, but at least they were kind enough not to bump or shove, something Delilah was very thankful for. She followed closely behind someone into the school and was immediately greeted by warm air, and bright lights. It smelled clean and everything was brand new and elegant, with lots of gold and white decorations. Delilah's eyebrows raised in surprise at how many girls were already inside, and how little adults there seemed to be in attendance, with most of them being faculty and staff. She looked around for a brief moment, unsure of where to go or what to do. Perhaps, she would just wait for the festivities to begin.