And Not For Justice
The high school in which the game takes place, Dalton Preparatory is a private high school with about 150 students, situated at 2081 Ashland Ave in Evanston, Illinois: a direct suburb of Chicago. While many students are children of wealthy families, military families are given large tuition waivers, and numerous scholarships are available based on merit or need. The school day is broken into six blocks and two periods for lunch and PE. Every grade is broken into homerooms of 12-16 students, who share an advisor and general schedule. The building has a two-story floor plan.
- Mr. Becker – Principal
- Mr. Kearns – History and Defense
- Mrs. Carazza – Freshmen English
- Mrs. Kendricks – Journalism and English
- Ms. Mihaly – Junior English
- Mr. Jasper Hess – Art
- Coach Mark – Track and field, gymnastics, wrestling, and other.
- PC Students
- Kayla Carazza – The Gymnast
- Ailisa Lawson – The Journalist
- Christian Lafay – The Dealer
- Tywen Nero Alexander – The Fortunate Son
- NPC Students
- Alyson Vaughn – The former popular girl
- Colby Pittman – The dethroned bad boy
- Chance Baker – The troublemaker in training
- Shantel Jacobs – Ailisa’s best friend
- Colleen Flanigan – Leader of the popular girls, gymnastic rival to Kayla.
- Jon Fredrickson – Ailisa’s ex, in with Colleen and Alyson’s crowd now, and dating Emily
- Timothy and Reggie Paxton – Heirs to a football legacy.
- Vincent Pereira – Firestarter.
- Jaclyn Thompson – The new social leader of the school, bringing her old clique with her.
- Emily Page – A girl riding on Jaclyn’s coattails to popularity. Now dating Jon.
The PC’s are in Mr. Kearns Junior homeroom, and have the following rough schedule.
- A Block Physics with Dr. Henry McCammant
- B Block Electives: Art, languages, and otherwise.
- Period 1 Physical Education
- Period 2 Lunch
- C Block English Lit with Ms. Bethany Mihaly
- D Block Mathematics (various)
- E Block Free
- F Block Modern European History with Mr. Kearns
- Gymnastics Unlike most P.E. classes, gymnastics meets after school, with students bused in from other private schools. People taking gymnastics are expected to practice on their own during P.E., but in reality it is often treated as a free block.
- The Colosseum The school newspaper, which publishes twice a month. Not known for its in-depth reporting, but what do you expect from a student rag?
- Sports Basketball (games starting in October) and baseball (games starting in the Spring) are the most popular, but there are intramural volleyball and soccer teams, while football and martial arts are offered as P.E. options.
- School colors are crimson and gold.
- Mascot is the Hoplite, teams are the Crimson Hoplites.
- There are no uniforms.
- Upperclassmen have off-campus privileges for lunch.