|Aliases:||Rachel Adeline Abbot|
|Family & Friends|
|Family:||Megan Abbot (Mother)|
Jonathan Abbot (Father)
Lydia Abbot (Older Sister)
Caroline Abbot (Older Sister)
Jayden Abbot (Younger Brother)
|Education:||William McKinley High School|
Family's Financial State
Biography[edit | edit source]
Prior to A New Direction[edit | edit source]
Rachel was born Megan and Jonathan Abbot. Her family was fairly large, consisting of six members. She has three siblings, two older sisters, Lydia and Caroline, and a younger brother, Jayden. The Abbot family was middle class, her mother worked in retail and her father was a construction worker. Rachel's family was very religious and for the majority of her life she attended a Christian private school, which was difficult for the family because it was expensive. The only way her and her siblings could attend the school was by getting good grades in order to receive scholarships. Her parents were very strict when it came to schoolwork and religion. The summer before her freshman year of high school Rachel got a job and asked her parents if she could attend public school, to which they hesitantly agreed.
Season 1[edit | edit source]
Personality[edit | edit source]
Rachel is your typical Christian girl. She's a goody-two shoes, but is easily mislead and starting public school may cause her to venture outside of her comfort zone. Rachel is seen as a nerd because she has always been told that she has to work hard and receive good grades, a habit that transfers over into her public high school experience. She has a love for Broadway and performing, at her old school she was always a part of the drama and glee club productions. She is slowly becoming more rebellious, and is starting to develop a mean streak, often snapping at her siblings. She has hopes of joining the cheerleading team in high school and being the popular girl she's always seen in movies. Rachel isn't a very good listener. She has a lot of doubt in herself and doesn't think she is pretty or good enough to make it in show business.