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The last thing I wanted to do on my summer break was blow up another school. But there I was Monday morning, the first week of June, sitting in my mom’s car in front of Goode High School on East 81st. Goode was this big brownstone building overlooking the East River. A bunch of BMWs and Lincoln Town Cars were parked out front. Staring up at the fancy stone archway, I wondered how long it would take me to get kicked out of this place. ‘Just relax.’ My mom didn’t sound relaxed. ‘It’s only an orientation tour. And remember, dear, this is Paul’s school. So try not to… you know.’ ‘Destroy it?’ ‘Yes.’ Paul Blofis, my mom’s boyfriend, was standing out front, greeting future ninth graders as they came up the steps.
With his salt-and-pepper hair, denim clothes and leather jacket, he reminded me of a TV actor, but he was just an English teacher. He’d managed to convince Goode High School to accept me for ninth grade, despite the fact that I’d been kicked out of every school I’d ever attended. I’d tried to warn him it wasn’t a good idea, but he wouldn’t listen. I looked at my mom. ‘You haven’t told him the truth about me, have you?’ She tapped her fingers nervously on the wheel. She was dressed up for a job interview – her best blue dress and high-heeled shoes. ‘I thought we should wait,’ she admitted