She also meets some bullies; Robin and her friends.Throughout her time there, she learns that her brother is the reason she got accepted in the first place.
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A teenage girl learns that reaching for your dreams isn't always easy in this heartfelt drama with music.
School's out and she wants to spend the summer at a performing arts academy in L. She is encouraged by her mother and brother but has a hard time convincing her father, who is a little rough around the edges.
Things go bad when she sneaks her brother, Paul, out to a concert and they both end up in a car crash.Terri survives but Paul was less fortunate and he died.Terri was devastated and she decides to quit music, but with a little encouragement and a sly plan from her family (except her father) she decides to go ahead to L. Noone is nice to her at the academy at first but gradually they got better and she made some friends; Kiwi, Denise and Jay whom she starts dating after awhile.Terri Fletcher (Hilary Duff) is a small-town girl with a great love of music and a fine singing voice.Already one of the lead vocalists in her church choir, Terri has also appeared at local nightspots with some help from her older brother.When he tragically dies in an auto accident, Terri becomes all the more determined to make the most of her talent, and she's elated when she's accepted as part of a summer study program at one of California's most prestigious music schools; however, Terri attends over the stern objections of her father.