Okay, so this is my first Ouran story. Facts may be wrong, there are probably going to be spelling mistakes as you read more chapters and it probably isn't that original. It follows the anime's storyline, though i do add my own bits in here and there. It's an OC character's P.O.V most of the time, but occasionally i do switch from my person to general.
I welcome reviews, and constructive criticism. Any flames will be ignored and you will officially be OFF my christmas list. Humph.
Anyways, I don't own Ouran High School, or the Host Club. Though at times I really wish i did own Mori or Kyouya...
How is it that I am offered a scholarship into a prestigious school in Japan?
I'll tell you how, it's because I'm (apparently) one of the smartest teens of my age in England.
My name is Saori Yasagawa. I am 16 years old, and the eldest child of three, though I have a different father to the other two.
My dad was called Hiroki, was being the past tense. He died when I was seven years old, so I don't remember a great deal about him. The things I do remember are walks in the park in fall, him teaching me to ride my bike and doing my first pieces of homework for me when I was little without my mum finding out; he was really clever, he was a doctor.
I loved my dad.
He passed away, because he had some form of cancer. Mum doesn't like going into the details of it all, it still upsets her, but I managed to get that much out of her.
I was about eleven when she met Craig. He worked alongside her at wherever, and now they are married with two kids, they're twins as well you know. Leah and Jamie. They're brats, but I love them all the same. They're only three, so I have to give them a little leeway.
Anyway, I digress. I got the top marks in my exams in my year, and apparently I scored the highest in my age group in the country. Amazing isn't it? Who knew what a little studying could do?
My mum was thrilled, and even more so when the forms came through the post about the scholarship. I have to admit, I was fairly pleased too. So as soon as we could,we had the forms filled out, and we sent them back.
Now I'm sat on a plane, first class, on my way to Japan. Thankfully because of my roots, I have family there, and they live rather close to my new school. I am also able to speak Japanese, and I can read and write it well enough too.
I hate to leave all my friends, and I'm sure as hell going to miss my mum, but it's a chance in a lifetime,and I'm not daft enough to pass this up.
My best friend Lisa thinks I'm insane, she asked 'why would you want to endure another two years of high school when you've just had to suffer five already?'
I think it's going to be fun though, two years in Japan, going to a new school and making new friends.
Ouran High School, here I come.
Thanks all for reading. More chapters up if you review.