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Rachel Morgan is the Headmistress at Gallagher Academy . An excellent spy, liar, and actress. In LYKY the students spread rumours about Joe Solomon and Rachel but nothing was ever found out, all we know for sure is that they care deeply for each other though if it's just because they are friends or something more, no-one knows. She does miss her husband deeply who disappeared when Cammie was young (around her sixth grade year, and before she began learning in Gallagher). During OSOT Rachel was heartbroken when she found out he really was dead, even though she suspected it all along. She was extremely happy when Solomon woke up from his deep coma but again, who knows what Ally has up her sleeve? In United We Spy she became engaged to Joe Solomon.
Physical Appearance Edit
She is so beautiful, that men "drool" over her when she is in public. She has long dark hair and a flawless forehead. The students at Blackthorne Institute all agree that she is a "smokin' babe" (although she definitely does not smoke, as Cammie says).
"Abigail." Mom warned softly.
"Rachel." Abigail mimicked her sister's mother tone.
"Perhaps the United States Secret Service should not be encouraging rule-breaking- especially at this particular school during this particular year."
"Perhaps the headmistress of the Gallagher Academy should try to remember that a spy's life is, by definition, rules-optional," my aunt lectured back.
~ DJGC, page 81
Rachel is kind yet strict, gentle, loving and understanding. She tolerates "The Operatives" "assignments" to a certain degree. Cammie has no idea how her mother can handle it all. Rachel is a spy/headmistress, not a cook and she knows it. Sunday nights Rachel and Cammie share microwaved food (she has the amazing ability to burn even microwavable food). Her wrath is scary, as Abby once mentioned in DJGC, "And face the wrath of Rachel?"
Rachel graduated from the Gallagher Academy for Exceptional Young Women. She is a retired CIA operative, promptly after Matthew Morgan went MIA on his last known location, Rome (after the funeral she went on a mission, presumably to look for him). After Joe Solomon revealed the news that her husband would not be coming home, she decided to come back to the Academy but instead of coming as an alumni, but as a headmistress.
She is famous for defusing a nuclear device in Brussels (Belgium) with only a pair of cuticle scissors and a ponytail holder.
There are many rumors floating around Gallagher Academy about her. They include that she "once sweet-talked a Russian dignitary into dressing in drag and carrying a beach ball full of liquid nitrogen under his shirt like a pregnant lady." (taken from LYKY pg. 43), that she once killed a man with a piece of uncooked spaghetti despite her lacking cooking skills, and that she killed several men with a People magazine (but that's totally a rumour - no one can prove she really did it)
Cameron Morgan is her only daughter. Cammie is a student at Gallagher Academy and a great, brave spy-in-training. She is the child of Matthew Morgan and very precious to Rachel. Rachel mentions that Cammie looks a lot like her late husband.
Matthew Morgan is Rachel's late husband that went on a mission and never came back. In OSOT, he was pronounced dead, like everybody suspected. The Circle of Cavan killed him because he was close to "taking them down." Rachel spent many years looking for Matthew but she never did become sucessful in finding him.
Joe Solomon was Matt Morgan's best friend. He is Rachel's greatest friend and ally. Since the first book, they both have been suspected of being more than friends and crushing on each other (an assumtion that was true). Cammie reveals in UWS that she has suspected that her CovOps teacher has been in love with her mom ever since he first met her (probably true). Joe marries Rachel in UWS and becomes her second husband.
Abigail Cameron is her younger sister. They look much alike, she works with the Secret Service. They fight lightly sometimes but there is a very deep sisterly love between them. Abby blames herself for her brother-in-law's death even though Rachel tells her repeatedly that it wasn't her fault.