A Small Introduction
A co-ed boarding school was one of the last you wanted to go to so you studied your ass off in order to get a place at one of the best schools in the whole country. The school's title was certainly impressive but the people at the school really ruined your day sometimes. To make a long story short; the school was filled with some of the richest people ever, both the teachers and student alike. They were practically swimming in money. The school as a building was far too posh and far too extravagant, the school cliques though, were one of a kind. And not in a good way. In normal schools the cliques included the populars, nerds/geeks, the rich kids, jocks etc. In your school, the word 'cliques' was (and still is - to them) non-existent.
Forget cliques, at this school, it was more of a hierarchy; a posh version of 'the social food chain'. You had the royals (only in the higher years) - they're rare- then there were the owners and heirs of companies and then there were the well known 'rich kids'. Not only were there too many cliques for to even begin to remember, there were at least twice as many sub groups too. As you down the hierarchy and then stop at the bottom, you finally get the commoner. And yes, I purposely (as the author) wrote 'commoner', there is no plural; it's just you.
And boy did that suck.