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6th Feb '16 1:28:58 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* One of the cases in ''Manga/TanteiGakuenQ'' happens in a boarding school. Megu and Ryu are asked to pose as {{New Transfer Student}}s to find out the truth about a missing SchoolIdol, and have to deal with the overbearing StudentCouncilPresident and the well-intentioned but ''very'' nosy members of the Broadcasting Club. [[spoiler:The StudentCouncilPresident is messily murdered. And things go FromBadToWorse from then on.]]
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* One of the cases in ''Manga/TanteiGakuenQ'' ''Manga/DetectiveSchoolQ'' happens in a boarding school. Megu and Ryu are asked to pose as {{New Transfer Student}}s to find out the truth about a missing SchoolIdol, and have to deal with the overbearing StudentCouncilPresident and the well-intentioned but ''very'' nosy members of the Broadcasting Club. [[spoiler:The StudentCouncilPresident is messily murdered. And things go FromBadToWorse from then on.]]
18th Jan '16 7:42:43 PM LadyJafaria
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* The class struggles between the clique of rich kids and the poorer "scholarship" students.
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* The class struggles between the clique of rich kids and the poorer [[ScholarshipStudent "scholarship" students.]]
5th Nov '15 10:08:36 AM fruitstripegum
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* The ''St. Trinian's'' school for girls, as shown in Ronald Searle's wonderful comics.
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* The ''St. Trinian's'' ''StTrinian's'' school for girls, as shown in Ronald Searle's wonderful comics.

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* The ''St. Trinian's'' school for girls, as shown "The Four Marys" from ''ComicBook/{{Bunty}}'' was set in Ronald Searle's wonderful comics.the fictional St. Elmo's boarding school.
24th Oct '15 6:37:40 PM nombretomado
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* Alongside the aforementioned case of the Saint Rudolph School, a pretty persistent fanon in ThePrinceOfTennis dictates that Hyotei Gakuen might be a boarding school for rich kids, based on how one of their top players is from outside Tokyo (more exactly, from the Kansai area). It has neither been confirmed nor {{Jossed}} in canon.
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* Alongside the aforementioned case of the Saint Rudolph School, a pretty persistent fanon in ThePrinceOfTennis ''Manga/ThePrinceOfTennis'' dictates that Hyotei Gakuen might be a boarding school for rich kids, based on how one of their top players is from outside Tokyo (more exactly, from the Kansai area). It has neither been confirmed nor {{Jossed}} in canon.
7th Oct '15 4:12:03 PM StFan
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[[folder:Comics]] * ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'': The Xavier Institute for Higher Learning, which is a separate place from, and should not be confused with Professor Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters. That's right, the X-men had TWO boarding schools (before they moved to San Francisco).
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[[folder:Comics]] [[folder:Comic Books]] * ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'': ''ComicBook/XMen'': The Xavier Institute for Higher Learning, which is a separate place from, and should not be confused with Professor Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters. That's right, the X-men had TWO boarding schools (before they moved to San Francisco).

* [[MorningGlories Morning Glory Academy]]
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* [[MorningGlories ''ComicBook/MorningGlories'': Morning Glory Academy]]Academy.

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7th Oct '15 5:26:52 AM RainFairy
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* Ryoukou Academy from Manga/PrivateActress is this and an incredibly prestigious ElaborateUniversityHigh, nevermind the very odd demises of least five students. And then our protagonist Shiho is hired to infiltrate it and investigate the latest death...
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* Ryoukou Academy from Manga/PrivateActress is this and an incredibly prestigious ElaborateUniversityHigh, nevermind the very odd demises of least five students. students and one teacher. And then our protagonist Shiho is hired to infiltrate it and investigate the latest death...death, involving a girl who was literally [[StockShoujoBullyingtactics bullied to death]]...
25th Sep '15 1:51:39 PM towercurator
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added Void Domain entry under web original
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* ''Literature/VoidDomain'' has Brakket Magical Academy, one of five boarding schools for magic around the United States.
31st Aug '15 6:50:05 PM QueenMarine
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* The children of ''Literature/EndersGame'' attend a futuristic one.
23rd Aug '15 10:08:37 AM Prfnoff
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* Main setting of ''LuminousArc3'', although the students are only shown in class twice and even then they're barely learning.
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* Main setting of ''LuminousArc3'', ''VideoGame/LuminousArc3'', although the students are only shown in class twice and even then they're barely learning.

* In ''{{Persona 3}}'', Gekkoukan High seems to have both day students and student dorms. However, the main characters live in a boarding house some distance away from the actual campus. * ''[[NancyDrew Warnings at Waverly Academy]]''. * St. Frost Academy in ''WastedYouth''.
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* In ''{{Persona ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'', Gekkoukan High seems to have both day students and student dorms. However, the main characters live in a boarding house some distance away from the actual campus. * ''[[NancyDrew ''[[VideoGame/NancyDrew Warnings at Waverly Academy]]''. * St. Frost Academy in ''WastedYouth''.''VideoGame/WastedYouth''.

* ''KatawaShoujo'' takes place in one for the disabled.
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* ''KatawaShoujo'' ''VisualNovel/KatawaShoujo'' takes place in one for the disabled.

* Early chapters of {{Drowtales}}.
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* Early chapters of {{Drowtales}}.''Webcomic/{{Drowtales}}''.
19th Jul '15 9:16:00 AM SilentHunterUK
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The misadventures of students at "public schools" (British term for most private schools, which are commonly boarding schools) were once a staple of children's literature, but fell out of fashion in the sixties. Starting in the late 1990s, however, the ''Literature/HarryPotter'' series, a HeroicFantasy taking place in a [[WizardingSchool wizarding]] boarding school, revived many of its tropes (although significantly breaking from the tradition by making the school mixed instead of single-sex).
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The misadventures of students at "public schools" (British term for most private schools, which are commonly boarding schools) were once a staple of children's literature, but fell out of fashion in the sixties. Starting in the late 1990s, however, the ''Literature/HarryPotter'' series, a HeroicFantasy taking place in a [[WizardingSchool wizarding]] boarding school, revived many of its tropes (although significantly breaking from the tradition by making the school mixed instead of single-sex). single-sex; and also free to attend).

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The misadventures of students at "public schools" (British term for most private schools, which are commonly boarding schools) were once a staple of children's literature, but fell out of fashion ** Rowling confirmed in the sixties. Starting July 2015 in the late 1990s, however, the ''Literature/HarryPotter'' series, answer to a HeroicFantasy taking place in fan dispute that Hogwarts is not a [[WizardingSchool wizarding]] boarding fee-charging school, revived many of its tropes (although significantly breaking from however; all tuition is paid for by the tradition by making the school mixed instead Ministry of single-sex). Magic.
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