Troy Bolton Jr • Eighteen • Senior • OPEN
Troy takes the looks and the skills from his father. Everything about him screamed his dad, and his teachers weren’t scared to call him out for it. Everyone in East High recognizes that beautiful face, and it works in Troy’s favor. He has plenty of girls offering to do his homework, and plenty of guys willing to do anything to the top of the food chain where he was. Being at the top came with its good things, and its bad. Troy was not only known for being Mr. Perfect, but he was also known as the guy who was whipped. Mr. Perfect was in love, and everyone knew exactly who the lucky girl was. The only problem? She had no fucking clue. Every day, he would sit behind her in homeroom and just smile at every word he said. The strong opinionated Emmalee Baylor was not one to easily impress. You would think being a Bolton, TJ could get anything and everything he wanted. Well, he wanted her and she wouldn’t budge. That’s one thing he hated about going to school. Everyone knew his feelings yet she disregarded them for some stupid old prick. Yes, his love was in love with someone else. Everyday, TJ had to see them together in the hallways and it sickened him. Was he ever going to share his feelings? Probably not. When it came to Emma Lee, he didn’t say anything. He always got tongue tied, and his words mumbled close together. She never understood him. Why did every time he spoke to her he sounded like a mumbling jerk? He couldn’t help it, and would do anything just to be in her arms forever. Being love sick was not in his plans for high school, but life had its own plans.
Troy’s plans for high school may have been set for his love life, but his college life would soon be a whole different story. Troy, like his father, was an insane basketball player. He was getting a full ride to U of A, and was intensely ecstatic. That could have been because he heard around the grapevine that Emma Lee has been accepted there as well. But besides that, Troy has worked all his life for his accomplishments. One problem he faces with going to U of A is the fact his mother is a professor there. He hated when she taught at East High, but this is college. Hopefully, she won’t be all over him in front of everyone. That’s one thing he can’t stand. He has to be perfect, or at least come off as it.
Faceclaim: Chace Crawford