My time has gone, but maybe I can help these kids...
Dear Chairman of Scheduling , I ask for a favor. These advanced kids, would you allow them to dorm and have breaks together. Though they are all different, let them have to live with each other for this final year. - Dean Gamini
So.. did you know my name is based off of the stars?
Whoa, same for us too! We have something in common!
So much work! Atleast we can hang together.
In his office the Dean requests to have the schools most advanced and prized kids in each field have the same schedules and housing. Remorsefully, he tries to forget his path and focus on these kid's future.
No matter where we go, we'll always be friends!
Already disappointed that they had to live and hang out together for a year, the students are even more reluctant to go to a mandatory astronomy class at night with just their little "gang". But, they soon discover a similarity they all share.
We NEED to go to Six Flags!!!
Would you want to go on a a date with me?
Is everything moving to fast? Will we always be friends?
After that night, they began to tolerate each other, and from there, began hanging out like real friends.Though none of them were in the same field, afternoons were spent doing hours of work on the penthouse balcony (paid for by the school as an reward). From when the sun was high in the sky to below the horizon, they conversed about themselves.
My future is on the line, I can't be bothered with friends! We might not even be friends after this week!
One Friday night, about halfway through the final semester, the planets must have aligned because none of the kid's teachers had assigned any work, meaning their weekend was filled with partying. And in their half-drunken dazes, the kids all made a promise.
In what seemed like a fictional bubble of pure joy, the kids truly enjoyed their next couple weeks as friends they could ride or die on. Blossoming from that were new relationships. However, a question still lingered... the future (to which they were mostly oblivious to).
Consciously, they all were looking forward to it from freshman year, and were still stoked for it. However, they had all turned a blind eye to it whenever they hung out together. Because this day, things would change, and this group may crumble.Their entire future's rode n this one day. It was Admissions Day.