Sophie Vienna Martin is a student of North Dame School for Girls - a private, exclusive institution that only accepts the female inhabitants of the region. Run by the religious order of the church, they are taught how to become a lady of value, virtue and essence. In which the students try to abide, sometimes. Behind the prim and proper facade, lies mischiefs, deceptions and a series of horseplay. To be surrounded by all kinds of females - in a youthful adolescent environment - finding a place where you could fit in seems like a taxing job to do. So when Queen Bee Allison Collins told Sophie to cross the borderline that separates their school and North Dame School for Boys - the antipode of their academy (by subclass of human species according to their sex) - the series of untruths began to unveil. How hard really is it to be a girl? A teenage, hormonal and emotion driven at that one?