South Lakes Secondary School - Prologue

I looked around. The place didn't look bad, really, it didn't. There were several large brick buildings, which all looked like there were at least four floors, scattered over a large piece of land. There were trees and flowers everywhere, along with a few fountains and a couple of sculptures. It looked really lovely. But there was just something in the atmosphere that made it very apparent that this was not a normal place.

Perhaps it was the people? This place had no girls, not even any women teachers. Every single body here was male. But they didn't look really strange or anything. Most of them wore the same clothes as normal people. And they didn't act real different, either. They hanged around, joked around, just like every normal teenager did.

I still didn't want to be here though. I couldn't believe the nerve of my crazy parents, sending me to this cracked-up place. I would've been very happy just going to a normal high school, with girls hanging off me everywhere I go. But no, they always had to make my life complicated.

"Sir? We have arrived." My driver, Cody, opened the door of the limousine and I stepped out. "I shall get your bags and we can go up to the office to get you settled in. Sir? Are you listening?" Two guys had just walked by. They were holding hands, and one of them looked like he was trying to bite the other's ear off. I felt like I wanted to cry.

"Huh? Oh yeah, let's go to the office then," and I started walking towards what looked like an entrance to the largest building. Cody picked up my bags and followed after me. Wherever I walked, heads turned to stare at me. I guess they don't get new students here very often.

We walked into the office. I saw a man sitting behind a desk. He looked like he was wearing a woman's business suit complete with a skirt. I guess that would be their idea of a secretary.

Cody walked up to the secretary and said, "Hello. Alexander Lloyd has arrived and would like to speak with the headmaster?" The man looked up, picked up the phone, pressed some buttons, and mumbled some stuff before he pointed to his right, down a hall.

I supposed we would find the headmaster down there somewhere, so I walked down the hall. Soon enough, the hall ended to a large door with the word 'Headmaster' in gold on it. Cody knocked and a muffled "Come in" came from the other side.

I opened the door and walked in to a nicely furnished office. There was a large desk in the middle of the room, where the headmaster was sitting. He looked up at me and gave me a warm smile, which I returned with a nod.

"Ah, you must be Mr. Lloyd. Please, take a seat," he motioned at two comfortable looking chairs. I sat down and looked at the headmaster again. He opened a desk drawer and pulled out several sheets of paper. "This is a schedule of your classes, a map of the campus, and some information about clubs and such," he said as he handed me the papers.

I smiled and said, "Thank you." Even if I didn't want to be here, I was still polite, just the way I was raised to be.

"Well, if that's all, you may go to your dormitory. Your parents requested that you have your own private one, so here is your key." He handed me a shiny silver key, and I stood up and left with Cody trailing after me.

Well, Alex, welcome to South Lakes Secondary School for Gay Teens.


Ame here. This was just some idea that I had in my head for a few days. I'm not sure if I'm actually going to keep writing this, but if I am, then this is the prologue. But chances are I'll continue with this. I think it's kind of interesting. Haha.