McClarenDOB and Age:
July 12th, (Just 16)Appearance:
Jazz prefers to ride bikes, climb hills and go on adventures than dance at parties and clubs. She prefers to play MMOs than and video games than gossip or hang about mall. For her wearing make-up will never happen and when her class mates were playing with dolls, she was finding places to explore and putting herself in danger with where she went, for the pure thrill. Sexual Orientation:
(at least your character believed one ;p)
May be machoistic.
The story of Jazz is pretty straight forward the A-Typical tomboy, she pretty much did most things like you expect. The unique thing about her is her family are exceedingly rich, they wanted to spoil her, but she wanted no toys, she wanted to explore and go on adventures. This meant hanging with boys and playing rough, when she was ten she got into a fight with another kid, if it was not for her parent's influence she would have been expelled...
Although as she grew older her parents could see despite Jazz's attempt to appear plain she was anything but, in fact she was in certain light radiant. In attempt to keep her innocent they enrolled her in the Saint Jude Reform School for Girls. The hope was that being with girls she would be safe. It's strange despite her parents ideologies they were strict on her contact with boys.
One of the first friends she made in the school was Jenny, Jenny was different in Jazz's eyes, over time it was revealed and she did not care, the thing was though she never told her parent's that one of her closest friends was someone going through a sex change.
Over time she made many more friends, and seeing her happy her parents promised her the greatest sixteenth ever, she was going to have the Summer House to herself with her friends: the one rule no boys, no alcohol and no drugs. The no boys one annoyed Jasmine, but she ruefully accepted. As for the other two, well it was a big deal and she planned to get drunk.
No adults and complete freedom outside of those rules Jazz was overjoyed, oh what she would learn, oh what she would learn...