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The Story of Panem High #StoryofPanemHigh
Our school used to be called the United Halls of America, but that was before The Disaster. The Disaster is what we all call the flood that caused so much damage to the school that they had to shut it down. But then the principal sold the school to our founder. And out of the watery ashes of the United Halls of America, Panem High School arose.
That was 74 years ago, that Panem High finally opened to educate students. The hallways are split up by "corridors," meaning that all the people from Corridor 7 are associated with trees in some way, because Corridor 7 is the lumber hallway. Classrooms are cordinated with the Corridor, the classrooms in Corridor 7 are Earth Science classrooms. The loading dock from which the wood and other materials for Corridor 2's theatre workshop is also located in Corridor 7.
Me, I'm from Corridor 2. Most of my family is, considering the fact that both of my parents' families assisted in the build of the school 74 years ago. My mom, Emily, was the most talented carver in class. She was also top of her class, and a Victor. My father, Miles, was a year ahead of my mother and a Career, but he never went into the Show. He hauled wood and stone and clay to the workshop from the Corridor 7 loading dock, which is how he and my mom met.
As far as siblings go, I have two younger brothers and a little sister. My 7 year old sister Mica had a twin, but she died when they were 8 months old. Flint is 10, but acts far beyond his years. The way he consoled my mother and Mica after her sister died was astounding. The baby of the family, and my 5 year old brother is Alabaster. He is quite the jokester, always popping out from unusual places in order to give us a laugh. Once he even dressed up in Emily's heels and makeup, and one of Mica's feather boas and strutted around the house.