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Wilde Academy was founded by no other than Vincent Cornelius Wilde, a philosopher at heart and an allegedly psychotic genius by profession. No one really knows where he got the money to start the Academy, but who cares?

Situated at the Western Coast of Australia, the Wildesiders are the best of the best and the worst of the worst. It is here that the hierarchy of society is experienced by the students in Wilde Academy's impeccably liberated but effective educational program. Here, the students could take life by the horns or watch from the sidelines and wish they were the ones on the spotlight (and more or less risk getting kicked in the ass in the process).

No one could deny that Wilde Academy has consistently been producing future leaders, superstar athletes, multimillionaire geniuses, Nobel Prize Winners and other influential people over the past sixty years. But W.A. has had their share of professional couch potatoes, drug dealers, wannabe superstars and nobodies. But hey, first class facilities are hard to come by these days. Parents would do anything to get their children to the very top, but the possibility of dropping to the lowest of the low is very real and very possible.

It's high school, ladies and gents.

Anything could happen.

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Post by Freya McDermott on Sat May 11, 2013 10:38 am

don't you suppose it's such a waste

Freya walked through the crime and mystery isle of the library, some might consider her interest in the topics morbid, she considered it fascinating, she loved reading about Hannibal Lecter, understanding the case of Ted Bundy, learning more about Bonnie and Clyde and marvelling at how such criminals became glorified by the media. Her current interest was the novel 'American Psycho', it was of course mildly surprising that she hadn't become ingrossed in the novel further, however she chose not to dwell on it too much, and her excitement to read the critically acclaimed novel made her disappointment at the fact that someone else had already checked it out that much larger." Shit." she mumbled.

"I wonder if John Lock ever had this much trouble when he was researching liberalism.[/color

to be composed in such a way?


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