Meh, I'll sign up first.
Name: Yui Takasago
Age (14-18): 16
Appearance Quirks/Oddities/Notes: She's a white tiger. She has dark hair in two ponytails.
Popularity/Clique Tier (jock/nerd/goth/prep/etc.): Cheerleader (not even close to being the head cheerleader, though)
Voice Type (bass/baritone/tenor if male, alto/mezzo-soprano/soprano if female): Mezzo-soprano
Signature Song: "Reelin' in the Years" - Steely Dan
Sneeze-related Info: Semi-loud. Allergic to pollen and certain types of stray fur, particularly that of horses/donkeys.
Backstory: Joined show choir because she knew she'd never make it big as a cheerleader, as she was always at the bottom of the pyramid - it's now something she does for fun. She calls the day when her dad played his Steely Dan CD in the car when she was 11 "the day her life changed forever". In fact, half her room is a shrine to all things Steely Dan - she can name all their albums in chronological order and virtually all their songs, and she owns all their albums. She believes that if the show choir does well at Regionals, it will be her chance for the boy she likes to finally notice her, so she is really gearing up for Regionals.
All right, guys, you may now start signing up and filling out these bios. However, there is one thing we have to take note of.
NPCs. There will be loads of them (other glee club members, cheerleading coach, show choir supervisor, teachers in charge of other clubs in the school, etc.). We will need to incorporate them in. However:
1) Do not over-emphasize the NPCs. You can say that they did some random stuff, but do not make them prominent.
2) Do not use too many NPCs. Leave some for everyone.
3) Do not over-use the NPCs.
Something like this would be fine:
"Character X was talking to NPC Y when s/he felt Character Z tapping him/her on the back."