Outside of St. Davids, Wales sit two very prestigious boarding schools on two very prestigious hills: the first is Kenwood Grammar sitting alone atop Langsdon Mound, and the second is Our Lady of Angels Secondary and Finishing School, which graces the lovely crest of Fflurbryn, which at one point must have been two separate words, but who can say? Both schools are very similar, and should be considering they're brother and sister: they both house the children of the richest, most important families in Europe, they both accept scholarship students, they both turn out geniuses, they both have their fair share of troublesome children, they're both separated from the other by a long river and they both accept only one gender. Yes, it's true: Kenwood Grammar is an all boy's school, and OLA is an all girl's. That's all well and good of course, wanting to keep the frisky teens apart, but perhaps they should have thought about one thing: what kind of a shallow, man made river (with a bridge across it no less!) is going to keep the two from mingling? After all, there's nothing in the world like a teen in lust.