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Divergent High

By Antivistia

Romance / Action

Chapter 1

A/N: I do not own Divergent.
Veronica Roth does.

Tris POV

I yawn myself awake and glance at the clock. Seven-thirty. I remember that it's my first day of my new high school and quickly get into the shower. I hear my brother Caleb running down the stairs and into the kitchen. We moved to Chicago a month ago because my parents have found good jobs here. Our new house is well too creaky.

After showering I quickly get changed and brush my teeth. I hear my brother shouting for me to hurry up and I rush out of my room. I eat some toast and catch the school bus with Caleb just in time. I sit at one of the rows of seats near the back whereas Caleb sits at the front. We stop and a tall, tanned girl gets on the bus. She walks to where I am and asks ", is this seat taken?" I shake my head and she sits down next to me. "I'm Christina," she says, putting one of her hands out in front of me. "Beatrice, but you can call me Tris," I say in reply, shaking her hand hesitantly. She says it's her first time too and asks if we can stay together to find out more about the school. I agreed and the for the rest of the journey we just chatted.

Once we arrived at the school the secretary, I think Tori was her name, gave both of us our locker numbers and maps of the school in case we got lost. We tried and failed to find our lockers (which were coincidentally next to eachother) so we asked a guy in a corridor if he knew. He looked about a year older than us and had beautiful blue eyes. "I'm Tobias Eaton, son of the deputy head, and actually your lockers are right next to mine." As he led us to our lockers, I couldn't tear my eyes away from his muscles and his perfect body. Once we got their, Christina and I dumpe all our stuff and went to class.

The school was divided into five forms: Dauntless, Erudite, Candor, Amity and Abnegation. We could choose our own forms so me and Christina chose Dauntless, mainly because when we looked at the curriculum we found out it was action-packed. Our first lesson was a class other students liked to call initiation because if you couldn't do what they told you to do you had to pick again. The teachers called it a bravery test because we had to first zipline down from a 10-storey building and then jump down into a massive hole. Luckily, the bottom of the hole was a thick net so nothing bad happened. Later on I found out my brother chose Erudite. Learnerbot 5000. Nerd. Smartborg v2.0. There are lots of nicknames I could make up for my brother.

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