Back & Forth
William Carnahan, second born son of Greta and David Carnahan, and younger brother
of Keaton Carnahan. And now, only two months into his junior year of high school, Jogia
County Day High’s latest suspendee. William, of course, can’t ever show his face at Jogia High
ever again after this particular suspension. Not after the dramatic meltdown he had in front of
half the student body. So, what’s a guy to do after permanently blemishing his already imperfect reputation halfway through his high school career?
Transfer to Duncan Prep obviously. It’s the perfect solution, really. Not only does this
give him a chance to escape his insufferable father and being held to the standards of his perfect older brother, but it’s an art school. It seems to be too good to be true.
But what happens when Will finds himself tangled in a very complicated online situation
with an obnoxious Honduran boy who can’t choose whether he wants to be friends or enemies onone hand and the sweet student body president who seems to be hiding something on the other hand? And if that isn’t enough, Will finds one very small (huge) problem that might (definitely) cause some problems: Duncan Prep just so happens to also be a Christian school for the arts.