|Full Name||Vermont Muhammad|
|Portrayed By||Reece King|
Vermont is a Grade 9 student who's personality is split down the middle. One moment he's happy-go-lucky, the next moment he's dark and mysterious. Around people, his communication is lacking, and most of the time he interprets what people are telling him, leading him to not fully understand other's emotions and wishes. Having him push people away because of it.
Not Much is known about him yet,
Season 1 (New Class) Edit
In Too Many Fingers Vermont is seen replying with nasty comments like "You're anorexic" and "Eat a sandwich" in one of Eugenia's video's comment section.
The day after, Eugenia confronts Vermont about it while he's in the gaming room. He blatantly tells her to "Look in the mirror" and also asks her if she honestly thinks she looks healthy, and that she needs to go to the hospital. With the hurtful things being said, Eugenia leaves crying, and Vermont just basically shrugs it off.
In another scene in the episode, after Eugenia's epiphany, she confronts Vermont, and embarrasses him in front of the entire cafeteria including Maya Matlin and R.C. Yorke by reading a hate speech about his conversation skills, and he confesses to her (and everyone else) that he has Asperger's Syndrome, and she leaves feeling guilty.
In the Second to last scene of the episode, Vermont is in the gaming room after school and Eugenia apologizes for her actions, in which Vermont accepts her apology and the two are on good terms.
|Vermont - Eugenia Friendship||Vermont - Eugenia Conflict|
- (To Eugenia) "Look in the mirror" (First Line)
- (To Eugenia) "I was Diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome when I was just a small kid, I can't comprehend your emotions, but if you feel like dirt, imagine how I feel."