Welcome to Westridge High. We are glad that you are joining us for the 2018 to 2019 School Year. It will be an honor to get to know you, whether you’re a returning student, or you’re a new student, the pleasure is ours.
Be sure to drop by the office to get all the things you’ll need in order to get settled in. We do hope that you will enjoy this school year, here at Westridge High.
Upon living in the town of Westridge, you are immediately signed up for Westdrige High , a high school particularly like no other. The high school used to be as one, until 2010, when an outbreak arose, breaking the high school into nine parts, The Populars, The Jocks, The Geeks, The Actors, The Musicians, The Artists, The Class Clowns, The Bookworms, and the Neutrals.
The Populars were at the top of the school’s social pyramid. The Populars basically ran the school, but there were only few of them. Some of them had rich parents and were extremely vain and snobby, while some were just likeable to other populars. Although, the school was broken apart, The Populars who were on the cheer team had a stable relationship with those who were The Jocks.
The Jocks were directly under The Populars on the school’s social pyramid. The Jocks were semi-popular, captains of the cheerleading, football, volleyball, and basketball of the teams. The most competitive of the groups, they only accepted the best of the best on their sports teams. The Jocks that were cheerleaders had a stable relationship with those who were Populars.
The Actors were the third group on the school’s social pyramid. Some were very vain and dramatic, while others had personalities that didn’t have to be noted. They were usually found in the Auditorium practicing for the school’s next play, or in the cafeteria, planning the next play. Although the Actors hated The Musicians, they try to fake a smile so they can get stellar music for their plays.
The Class Clowns were the fourth group of the school’s social pyramid. Though they may be near The Neutrals, they are still a pretty popular clique of the school. As class clowns, they are usually funny people that can make you laugh your ass off. Since they wanna make everybody laugh, they have no hate whatsoever for other cliques.
The Musicians are pretty close to the bottom of the school’s social pyramid. They tend to be shy people, mostly some of them not being seen. They think they have a stable relationship with The Actors , but they really don’t.
The Neutrals are the people at Westridge who do not have a clique, and this is quite rare. They can be friends with whoever they want, and are allowed to be where they want. The Actors, The Musicians, and The Geeks are extremely fond of them.
The Geeks are one of the school’s lowest clique. They’re usually people who are obsessed with video games or those who are always in the computer lab. They tend to never be out in the open. All cliques except The Bookworms do not like these people.
The Bookworms are also one of the school’s lowest cliques. They are always in the library, mostly discussing the books they’ve been reading or reading books silently. The members of this clique rarely talk to each other or promote their own clique to Freshmen. This group only talks to The Geeks.
Will you be the one to stop Westridge’s separation?
The Westridge High Roleplay isn’t like your average high school RP here on the forums.
This roleplay is basically what it would be like if schools were actually separated by the power of labels. I thought it would be interesting to portray, and I’m glad many others took interest in this as well.
As you all know, every set of roleplays have their own set of rules, so please, take your time to read this as they are sacred to the benefit of our roleplay. It is important you read them all.
- Please do not control the actions or responses of other characters. Each roleplayer has their own set of characters, it would be rude of you to just control their characters without their permission.
- Please make sure that you censor any type of swearing in your responses. We do not want the thread being closed due to the failure of censoring.
- When roleplaying, please make sure to use proper punctuation, grammar, and capitalization. We wanna read your responses clearly.
- Please make sure to write a minimum of six sentences for each of your character responses. If you have been warned three times, I will put your character up for adoption.
- Please avoid making responses with ORPs only. Keep our thread neat by asking any questions related to the RP on our signup thread.
- Please remember that characters do not know the backstories and personalities of other characters, only you know them, so avoid pointing out backstories of other characters.
For more information, please read the handbook.
Take note that we have many students attending Westridge High, this school year.
For more information on the characters, check out the FCs.
Now, the time has come for us to open the gates of Westridge High, and hope for the best of a year, here at Westridge.
Enjoy the school year, students.