Joy, Boarding school for boys! (EDITING!!)

Joy, Boarding school for boys! (EDITING!!)

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Erin By Erinjaneforever Updated Dec 02, 2011

Ashley Raymond isn't the goody two shoes she once used to be- let alone fit into the stereotypes everybody has used to label her. With her long brown hair and dark brown eyes she was her schools “It Girl.” One drunken night changed her life in nine short months- in those nine months not only was she kicked off the cheer leading squad, the volleyball team, replaced as student council president, but she lost all but two of her friends. The year after that her mom decides that she should go to a boarding school- for boys. Life is about to get real interesting and it's just starting.

  • boys
  • girls
  • hockeygirl14
  • hurt
  • loss
  • love
sarahsparkles52 sarahsparkles52 Nov 11, 2017
Damn your feeding the fire it's enough to burn down the world
I'm pretty sure that if there were only two options which are going to an all boys school or no education at all my mum would pick no education 😂😂
ImTooBusyDaydreaming ImTooBusyDaydreaming Apr 03, 2017
What!? She's a teenager and if she was a good kid before they should still trust her because she just got drunk and did stupid stuff! Plus sending her to live with boys because she got pregnant by one is a stupid punishment....
ImTooBusyDaydreaming ImTooBusyDaydreaming Apr 03, 2017
I just realized why I can't stand her mother!
                              
                              1.)I'm a good two shoes 
                              
                              2.)Me and my mom have a good relationship 
                              
                              3.)This is all that I hope that my mom will never be
                              
                              4.)Last but not least I can't stand how cold and stupid her mother is
ChloeC1225 ChloeC1225 Dec 28, 2016
So u send her to an all boys school so she can get preggy even more.......... Dafaq
kynne1 kynne1 Feb 06, 2017
This punishment makes no sense would you send her to an all girls school