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28th May '16 7:59:11 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Mahora Academy in ''MahouSenseiNegima'' is an elevator school (starting from preschool), but a condition of Negi's continuing employment (and thus receiving his magic license) is that he must get the class exam averages up -- specifically those of the five worst students, the self-proclaimed "Baka Rangers".

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* Mahora Academy in ''MahouSenseiNegima'' ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'' is an elevator school (starting from preschool), but a condition of Negi's continuing employment (and thus receiving his magic license) is that he must get the class exam averages up -- specifically those of the five worst students, the self-proclaimed "Baka Rangers".
29th Mar '16 12:25:27 PM howdotheyriseup
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* In ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'', the school aboard [[CoolAirship Castle Wulfenbach]]. It provides schooling and training for the future rulers of Europe and further afield (at least China, India and the Middle East), as well as the children of [[MadScientist Sparks]]. The oldest members of the school are in their early twenties, and sometimes act as [[ParentalSubstitute carers]] for the younger children, who seem to go down to the age of about five. The late leaving age is justified in that they're receiving instruction in how to rule in the future, and it's beneficial to everyone that the future world leaders are friends and allies from childhood.
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27th Jan '16 3:07:19 PM santi889
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Also called an ''escalator school''. An kind of school consisting of an institution that offer education from elementary or middle school (or even from preschool or kindergarten ) until the university .

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Also called an ''escalator school''. An kind of school consisting of an institution that offer education from elementary or middle school (or even from preschool or kindergarten ) until the university .
27th Jan '16 2:36:38 PM santi889
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Also called an ''escalator school''. An kind of school consisting of an institution that offer education from elementary or middle school (or even from kindergarten or preschool) until the university .

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Also called an ''escalator school''. An kind of school consisting of an institution that offer education from elementary or middle school (or even from kindergarten preschool or preschool) kindergarten ) until the university .
24th Jan '16 6:00:30 PM MsChibi
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* In the ''Anime/HeatGuyJ'' fanfic [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/2718711/1/In-A-Different-Light ''In a Different Light'']], there is a mention of an unnamed prestigious private elementary school with an affiliated college campus. Clair attended the elementary school...and [[{{Squick}} his father paid some college boys to gang-rape him]].
19th Jan '16 3:11:38 PM santi889
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Also called an ''escalator school''. An kind of school consisting of an institution that offer education from elementary or middle school (or even from kindergarten) until the university .

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Also called an ''escalator school''. An kind of school consisting of an institution that offer education from elementary or middle school (or even from kindergarten) kindergarten or preschool) until the university .
19th Jan '16 3:11:22 PM santi889
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* Mahora Academy in ''MahouSenseiNegima'' is an elevator school (starting from kindergarten), but a condition of Negi's continuing employment (and thus receiving his magic license) is that he must get the class exam averages up -- specifically those of the five worst students, the self-proclaimed "Baka Rangers".

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* Mahora Academy in ''MahouSenseiNegima'' is an elevator school (starting from kindergarten), preschool), but a condition of Negi's continuing employment (and thus receiving his magic license) is that he must get the class exam averages up -- specifically those of the five worst students, the self-proclaimed "Baka Rangers".
19th Jan '16 2:57:33 PM santi889
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* Mahora Academy in ''MahouSenseiNegima'' is an elevator school (starting from preschool), but a condition of Negi's continuing employment (and thus receiving his magic license) is that he must get the class exam averages up -- specifically those of the five worst students, the self-proclaimed "Baka Rangers".

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* Mahora Academy in ''MahouSenseiNegima'' is an elevator school (starting from preschool), kindergarten), but a condition of Negi's continuing employment (and thus receiving his magic license) is that he must get the class exam averages up -- specifically those of the five worst students, the self-proclaimed "Baka Rangers".
2nd Jan '16 5:09:19 PM santi889
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Often, elementary school, middle school, high school, and college are separate institutions requiring that prospective students to pass rigid entrance examinations at each transition. Elevator schools, however, allow students to move to the next educational level without having to take the standard entrance exams. (In particular, they allow students to bypass the notoriously hellish high-school entrance examinations.) Despite or perhaps because of this, elevator schools often themselves require students to pass an examination to gain admission at all.

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Often, elementary school, middle school, high school, and college are separate institutions requiring that prospective students to pass rigid entrance examinations at each transition. Elevator schools, however, allow students to move to the next educational level without having to take the standard entrance exams. (In particular, they allow students to bypass the notoriously hellish high-school entrance examinations.) Despite or perhaps because of this, elevator schools often themselves require students to pass an examination to gain admission at all.
2nd Jan '16 5:07:36 PM santi889
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Often, elementary school, middle school, high school, and college are separate institutions requiring prospective students to pass rigid entrance examinations at each transition. Elevator schools, however, allow students to move to the next educational level without having to take the standard entrance exams. (In particular, they allow students to bypass the notoriously hellish high-school entrance examinations.) Despite or perhaps because of this, elevator schools often themselves require students to pass an examination to gain admission at all.

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Often, elementary school, middle school, high school, and college are separate institutions requiring that prospective students to pass rigid entrance examinations at each transition. Elevator schools, however, allow students to move to the next educational level without having to take the standard entrance exams. (In particular, they allow students to bypass the notoriously hellish high-school entrance examinations.) Despite or perhaps because of this, elevator schools often themselves require students to pass an examination to gain admission at all.
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