One of the popular girls, a.k.a. the Bri-girls, who wears purple boots from Paris and always wins the Model Brewster Student award. She's secretly suffering from an eating disorder.
Another of the Bri-girls.
Yet another Bri-girl. They're kind of interchangeable.
Virginia's cool language arts teacher, who allows her to come in during lunch period and grade papers. Ms. Crowley is also heavy—and knows students call her Ms. Cowley—but doesn't care.
The evil French teacher who refers to Virginia as la vierge, or the virgin.
The ancient geometry teacher who sings songs about all his students and dies of a heart attack near the end of the book.
The school nurse, who overcompensates for his male-nurse status by freely writing get-out-of-gym passes for girls with menstrual cramps.
The new friend Virginia makes at the end of the book, a fiendish knitter, and the co-founder of Earthquack.
Byron's friend at Columbia who asks if he's going to the Virgins and Sluts party. After Annie's rape, Hamster Boy stops by the Shreves' place to get a DVD back from Byron, accompanied by (and obviously dating) the girl Byron likes.