Jade has brown eyes, curly dark brown hair in a ponytail and tanned skin. She wears a red and black shirt underneath a white striped black jacket.
Unlike some of her schoolmates, Jade is friendly towards Berry students, including your character and their friends. At the same time, however, she is still loyal to her school, even falsely accusing your character of sabotaging tryouts if you're also in the baseball team. Nevertheless, she quickly encourages Berry and Hearst students from the baseball team to a bonfire night, signaling her desire for reconciliation.
She is highly enthusiastic about sports, especially baseball, hence the reason she joins the baseball team. Her love of sports also helps her bond with Caleb if he's still single. Sometimes, she feels concerned that her tomboyish nature prevents her from getting along with other boys who think she's not being feminine.
In terms of clothing preferences, she favors simplicity, hence her decision to wear a simple green dress to prom.
Jade initially has a good relationship with you. If you play baseball, you will compete with her over the same position. In Chapter 8, she doesn't appear for tryouts, therefore Julian tells Your Character that s/he will get the spot. In the same chapter, Jade, Kara and Max confront Your Character about it and it is revealed that Jade has received a fake mail saying that the tryouts were postponed. They claim that Your Character has set her up. Jade will say that she was going to give Your Character her vote for prom queen/king, but now she starts to be distant towards you. Once you have proved your innocence, she forgives you.
She is an alternate love interest for Caleb if you're not dating the latter. In Book 3, Chapter 3, a premium option allows you to invite her to his and Ezra's party and improve her relationship with him. Another premium option in Chapter 8, allows you to send Caleb to a baseball game with Jade and improve their relationship together.
- On Friday March 2, 2018, it was also mentioned that she will be a member of the baseball team.
- She appears briefly in High School Story: Class Act, Book 1, Ch.12 premium scene, if you decide to go to Your Character (High School Story)’s house for a little party. There, she tells them that it takes her about 45 minutes to run 5 miles, to Myra and your astonishment.