Strange Days at Blake Holsey High

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There is something weird going on at Blake Holsey High something paranormal. When Josie Trent is sent to a private prep school she must come face to face with things that cannot be explained easily but with the help of friends and one science teacher maybe surviving school won't be that hard. "Blake Holsey high-- Just another boarding school, or so I thought. But things are a little different here. I've made some friends. Even got a cool teacher. The principal is definitely hiding something. And this guy, Victor Pearson-- Somehow he's behind all the really weird stuff that happens here. We'll figure it out. But in the meantime, these are... strange days at Blake Holsey High." - Josie Trent, narrating introduction. "Blake Holsey, it's not your ordinary boarding school. Not even close. Things are a little different here. See, I've stumbled onto a mystery with my friends. I've got a cool teacher, but the principal is definitely hiding something. And this guy, Victor Pearson; somehow he's behind all the really weird stuff that happens here. Is that floating ball of his the key to the mystery? We're getting closer. But in the meantime, these are strange days at Blake Holsey High." - Josie Trent, narrating introduction - Season Three. Contributer - carleymarie Josie Trent: "Okay so my mom drops me at this boarding school and I'm thinking it's like all the other places I've gone. Students, teachers, principal. You know like normal schools. But its not. Weird stuff happens here, really weird stuff, and what's this guy doing here? Something's going on and someone's behind it and we're going get to the bottom of it." Principal Durst:"There is nothing wrong at Blake Holesy High" - Narration of opening titles for the UK's Black Hole High by Josie Trent - Contributor: Koral Josie Trent: "Okay so my mom drops me at this boarding school and I'm thinking it's like all the other places I've gone. Students, teachers, principal. You know like normal schools. But its not. Weird stuff happens here, really weird stuff, and what's this guy doing here? Is this floating sphere the key to the mystery? Something's going on and someone's behind it and we're going get to the bottom of it." Principal Durst: "There is nothing wrong at Blake Holsey High" -Opening narration for the third season Black Hole High -Contributor: Gordo_Fan Characters: Josie P. Trent - "New kid at school -- Doesn't like rules": Blake Holsey High is Josie's latest stop on her long trail of boarding schools, followed by an ultra-sized permanent record. Estranged from her mother, Josie is outspoken and expressive. She is also described as smart, gutsy, and disliking everything phony. She isn't afraid of rule breaking (she is a notorious class skipper) and is most likely involved when there's trouble, especially because it is a habit of hers to investigate the odd occurrences of the school. Josie hates cats and public speaking, and is not good at singing. She lives with Corrine in room 21. She was kicked out of her last school for turning some of the students's skin green. Corrine Baxter - "Straight "A" student": An attendant of Blake Holsey High for two years now. Conforms to all rules and is highly organized, intelligent, and careful. She has an IQ of 172 and has sang in a choir. Her mom is a psychiatrist and her dad is a brain surgeon. Roommate is Josie in room 21. Vaughn Jody Pearson - "Most popular boy in school -- Has dark secret": One of the most unlikely students to join the Science Club or even be associated with science. His father is Victor Pearson. Vaughn is often placed in uncomfortable positions to find out information discussed by the science club and comes into conflict with morals. He is left handed, has dyslexia, and is on the football and wrestling teams. In room 36, he is not assigned a roommate. His birthday is June 17. Marshall Wheeler - "Young, gifted, geek": Very intelligent. Dedicated to getting things, aims towards amusement, and tends to think about ways of making money. He apparently dressed up as Principal Durst for Halloween and made a genetically engineered soap that turned his skin green. Has an older brother named Grant who also attended Blake Holsey. He is the lead singer and keyboard player for "Magnet 360", a band of Blake Holsey. Roommate is Lucas in room 32. Lucas Randall - "Suspicious of everybody": He is not good at sports and isn't the preferred choice to be on a team with. Often picked on by bullies and isn't good at insults. He is known for looking into conspiracies and his stories are often not believed. Lucas likes fishing with his father and playing chess. Lucas also has asthma. Roommate is Marshall in room 32. Principal Amanda Durst - Once a new teacher at Blake Holsey High, she has now been principal of the school for the last 10 years. She attempts to keep the hopes of the students high but has a watchful eye on the science club. She loves Romeo and Juliet. Professor Noel Zachary - Science teacher and head of the Science Club, we find out though that this was not always his passion. It was luck that he received a scholarship from Pearadyne Labs to continue to college. He also was employed by Pearadyne Labs for a short time. Like Josie, he is interested (and often fascinated) in the odd occurrences and seeks to find the cause of them. He does not like giving pop quizzes. His favorite kinds of foods are hotdogs and spaghetti bolonges. He has a dog. Professor Zachary's birthday is on the 25th but the month is unknown. His last job was at an all girl school. The Janitor - When even Professor Zachary doesn't have the answers needed to solve their problems, the janitor turns up to individually give the students perplexing advice. He claims to like reading and his living area is usually not lit. Appears unsurprised at the mysterious events and seems to be watchful of Pearadyne Labs. He is usually seen attending to anything leftover by the suspicious occurrences. Victor Pearson - "Vaughn's father -- Major league bad guy": Having a fascination with science from a young age, Victor Pearson is the wealthy owner of Pearadyne Labs, an institution dedicated to science. An accident occurred 15 years ago causing mysterious happenings around the affected lands and the loss of his wife. He is head of the board of directors/governors for Blake Holsey High. He is suspicious of the Science Club and especially Josie. Victor's mission has been the reopening of Pearadyne Labs. Kelly Trent - Josie's mother. She worries that Josie may not like her and is trying to be more close to Josie. According to her, the work she does involves research for private companies and is an occupation involving confidentiality. She also worked at Pearadyne, apparently one of the people who began it. Upcoming Episodes Of Strange Days At Blake Holsey High for TNBC: none Source: TNBC: discoverykids.com Other Show times: -DCKids: kids.discovery.com/schedule/series.jsp?series=87001&gid=11381&channel=KID Schedule is irratic. Visit their website for show schedule. -Global: Saturdays at various times (check local listings). www.canada.com/globaltv/index.html. Once there, select your city and click on "What's on Global" in the left menu bar. -Disney Channel: Mondays-Thursdays 5:25pm Australia. *Check out Professor Z's Webisodes *Take a look at Josie's interactive journal *Want to see Strange Days at Blake Holsey High on DVD? Vote for it at http://www.tvshowsondvd.com. It's searchable under "Black Hole High". Last update: 4/23 Updated: 4/23: *Added quote to "Brainwaves" and "Past." *Observe the notes below for comments about note and quote contributions. 4/20: *Added to goof responses in FAQ. *Added analysis to "Transference." *Edited main page for Josie and Marshall. 4/17: *Added goof response to FAQ. *While I don't need a co-editor for this show, help is always welcomed. Feel free to contribute. *Summaries and recaps: A summary should be short, revealing little spoilers but giving enough information to remind people about the episode. A recap can contain unlimited details and spoilers. *Notes: Rarely will I accept a note commenting about a character's relationships/pairings. Things like "Vaughn says that he likes Josie is this episode" is something I receive quite often but is hardly noteworthy. *Quotes: I do like quotation marks with quotes. I think it helps distinguish what is being said vs who is saying it. Captializing the character's first letter helps in getting your quote approved. *If you locate any problems, please notify me by posting a message on the message board. Thanks. *I check the forum everyday. Questions are welcomed.moreless
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