Scott, a character in the "High School Story" series, is your character's father. He is first seen in Book 1, Chapter 2.


He has short brown hair, brown eyes, and tan skin. He wears a gray suit with a green shirt with a black tie.


Although he has his quirks, he is a kind and supportive father. He has a sense of humor.


High School Story

Book 1

  • TBA

Book 2

  • Chapter 1: Breaking News
  • Chapter 3: Under Pressure
  • Chapter 5: A Rock and a Hard Place
  • Chapter 7: Edge of Seventeen
  • Chapter 9: Secrets, Lies, and Spaghetti Flies
  • Chapter 14: Party for the Ages

Book 3

  • Chapter 1: Up In Flames
  • Chapter 3: The Ones Who Got Away
  • Chapter 6: What Goes Around
  • Chapter 7: Open Hearts and Open Mics
  • Chapter 13: Take Me Out
  • Chapter 15: The Night is Young
  • Chapter 16: School's Out!

Class Act, Book 1

  • Chapter 12: Framed (Determinant)

Class Act, Book 2

  • Chapter 9: Winter Wonderful


Your Character

Even though his son/daughter is sometimes embarrassed by his antics, they still have a strong and loving relationship.

Julia Mason

In Book 3, Chapter 3, he sees her again when she drops off Emma's phone to her after forgetting it in the car. He had a crush on her in high school. Your Character and Emma can help them get together.



  • He resembles Ryan Summers from Most Wanted.
  • It was revealed in Book 3, Chapter 3 that his first name was Scott and his last name is whatever Your Character's last name is or "Lee".
  • He went to high school in the 1990's (with his freshman year being in 1990) and his alma mater is Hartfeld University.
  • He was originally from New York.
  • In Chapter 13 of High School Story, Book 3 your dad makes a reference to the iconic 1976 American supernatural horror film Carrie, when he warns you to stay away from any an all buckets of pig's blood.
  • In Chapter 12 of High School Story: Class Act, Book 1 He makes his first appearance since the soft reboot and meets the new Main Character, where he reveals he is a fan of New Kids on the Block in one of his infamous dad jokes.