Academy of Change

Angelica has always been the top of the CSA-- an Academy where kids learn to fight crime. But when she is eleven, everything changes with the meeting of a strange and talented girl from Oklahoma who was allowed into the Academy without enrollment. What will this mean for Angelica's cushy spot as top dog?

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1. Back-Story

      I have been in the CSA since I was five. My mother put me there after being told that she wouldn't have to pay for my tuition. It was a relief to her because she couldn't afford to pay for real schooling. So, just like many of the other kids in the Academy, I was enrolled on scholarship. Since almost everyone was on scholarship, there was really no need for bullying.

      The CSA, known to the outside world as The Children's School of Arts, is actually a school where kids are taught to be a spy/agent. Inside of the Academy, though, CSA means Children Safety Association. For the most part, the Academy is a safe place for the kids. Especially with Headmistress Johns running the place. With a warm heart and an iron fist, the campus of the Academy is safe (not counting the hundreds of students who know how to kick serious butt).

      Now, we get to me: Angelica Marie Vongerie, the average sized girl with the blonde hair witha brown-ish tint to it. The  girl who slowly, but surely made her way to the top of the Academy, and even scored a few missions with "The Big Guys", or the more experienced agents. Thats what I was trainng to be- an agent. When I was seven, I met a girl with brilliant blonde hair, and later found out her dorm was near mine. Yes, a dorm. Dorms were given to the kids who either lived to far away for travel or whose parents couldn't afford transportation for their kids. For example: me and (probably) everyone else on scholarship. when I was nine years old I found out that the blonde girl had a room mate, though I still didn't know where her dorm was. I heard that her room mate was very smart, but that was pretty much it. Honestly, I sometimes wondered why I didn't have a room mate myself. I later found out from an older student that a room mate was meant to be your partner, the one person  you can call on when you are in trouble. At first it confused me. Why did I not have a room mate (or partner)? I went through the next two years alone, while all around me people were getting room mates. It wasn't until early July, when I was eleven, that everything changed for me and the entire Academy.

**Authors Note**

This is my first Movella, so tell me what you think! My friends encouraged me to write one, so I did my best with what popped into my head. Thanks! ~Amber

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