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29th Jan '17 7:14:14 PM MayumiTsuji
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* ''Anime/BangDream'' focuses on high school girls who form a band called Poppin' Party.
21st Jan '17 1:23:09 PM MayumiTsuji
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* ''Manga/DokiDokiSchoolHours'' is the earliest example in this list and as such is seen as the [[TropeCodifier codifier]] of some of the most important tropes. However it's actually an aversion, since they're an equal amount of male characters

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* ''Manga/DokiDokiSchoolHours'' ''Manga/AChannel'' is the earliest example in this list and as such is seen as the [[TropeCodifier codifier]] of some of the most important tropes. However it's actually an aversion, since they're an equal amount of male characterssuch, plus a few LesYay overtones.



* ''Manga/DailyLivesOfHighSchoolBoys'' is another gender-inverted example.
* ''Manga/DokiDokiSchoolHours'' is the earliest example in this list and as such is seen as the [[TropeCodifier codifier]] of some of the most important tropes. However it's actually an aversion, since they're an equal amount of male characters.
* ''Manga/GAGeijutsukaArtDesignClass'' focuses on a group of girls (and a couple of boys) at Ayanoi High School, most of whom are enrolled in G.A., a class that specializes in arts.



* ''Manga/{{Sketchbook}}'' revolves around the mostly female members of an art club and their chicken-obsessed, energetic teacher Ms. Kasugano.
* ''Anime/LuckyStar'' mainly focuses on the core group of friends of Konata, the twins Kagami and Tsukasa, and Miyuki along with a few of their classmates and relatives. This series [[LampshadeHanging hangs a lampshade on]] the EverybodyIsSingle part of a good many SchoolgirlSeries when the group wonders why Miyuki does not yet have a boyfriend. It also only has two named male characters that appear for more than a couple of minutes (aside from Anime Tenchou), Konata's dad, Soujirou, and Minoru Shiraishi.
* ''Manga/KOn'' fits the SchoolgirlSeries template to the T, telling the story of a group of girls who are members of a light music club at an all-girls high school with the spunky "Sawa-chan" playing the role of club sponsor. There is really only one named male character that reappears in the anime and he is the brother of a club member. [[CanonForeigner He never appears in the original source material]].
* ''Anime/NatsuiroKiseki'' is all about [[FourGirlEnsemble four childhood friends]], spending their last summer together before one of them moves away.
* ''Manga/GAGeijutsukaArtDesignClass'' focuses on a group of girls (and a couple of boys) at Ayanoi High School, most of whom are enrolled in G.A., a class that specializes in arts.



* ''Manga/{{Tamayura}}'' can be considered as one. The girls may not spend much time at school, but they are often [[{{Joshikousei}} depicted in their uniforms]].
* ''Manga/SakuraTrick'': Stretching RomanticTwoGirlFriendship into main-text GirlsLove.
* ''Anime/PaniPoniDash'' revolves around an eleven-year-old girl teaching a [[WackyHomeroom crazy high school class]].
* ''Manga/SayonaraZetsubouSensei'' is a [[DeconstructiveParody Deconstructive Parody]] [[BlackComedy Dark]] [[CrossesTheLineTwice Comedy]] of the schoolgirl series, known for looking at, analysing, and generally mocking the genre, and [[SliceOfLife Slice Of Life]] in general.
* ''Manga/AChannel'' is such, plus a few LesYay overtones.
* ''Manga/GakuenUtopiaManabiStraight'' combines this with TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture.
* ''Manga/SchoolRumble''



* ''Manga/IsTheOrderARabbit'' focuses on schoolgirls working at cafés, but there are few school scenes.



* ''Manga/DailyLivesOfHighSchoolBoys'' is another gender-inverted example.
* ''Manga/RoKyuBu'' has some shades
* ''Manga/YuruYuri'' is one of these, focusing more on humour and {{Yuri}} elements.
* ''Manga/{{Yuyushiki}}'', which shares some similarity to ''Yuru-Yuri'', with slightly less yuri.



* ''Manga/SchoolLive'', what happens when the character archetypes of SchoolgirlSeries are dropped into an altogether different genre and circumstances, in this case a ZombieApocalypse.
* ''Manga/SweetMagicSyndrome'', Characters from a MagicalLand go to school in the real world and talk about food, mostly sweets.
* ''Manga/WaratteSotomuraSan'', is a series about a misunderstood girl who wishes to make friends with her smile, too bad her smile looks like she's about to viciously murder you.
* ''Manga/WakabaGirl'', a series of short 7-minute episodes about an {{Ojou}} who ends up going to an ordinary school and making ordinary friends.


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* ''Manga/KOn'' fits the SchoolgirlSeries template to the T, telling the story of a group of girls who are members of a light music club at an all-girls high school with the spunky "Sawa-chan" playing the role of club sponsor. There is really only one named male character that reappears in the anime and he is the brother of a club member. [[CanonForeigner He never appears in the original source material]].
* ''Anime/LuckyStar'' mainly focuses on the core group of friends of Konata, the twins Kagami and Tsukasa, and Miyuki along with a few of their classmates and relatives. This series [[LampshadeHanging hangs a lampshade on]] the EverybodyIsSingle part of a good many SchoolgirlSeries when the group wonders why Miyuki does not yet have a boyfriend. It also only has two named male characters that appear for more than a couple of minutes (aside from Anime Tenchou), Konata's dad, Soujirou, and Minoru Shiraishi.


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* ''Manga/ManabiStraight'' combines this with TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture.


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* ''Anime/NatsuiroKiseki'' is all about [[FourGirlEnsemble four childhood friends]], spending their last summer together before one of them moves away.
* ''Anime/PaniPoniDash'' revolves around an eleven-year-old girl teaching a [[WackyHomeroom crazy high school class]].
* ''Manga/SakuraTrick'': Stretching RomanticTwoGirlFriendship into main-text GirlsLove.
* ''Manga/SchoolLive'', what happens when the character archetypes of SchoolgirlSeries are dropped into an altogether different genre and circumstances, in this case a ZombieApocalypse.
* ''Manga/SchoolRumble''
* ''Manga/{{Sketchbook}}'' revolves around the mostly female members of an art club and their chicken-obsessed, energetic teacher Ms. Kasugano.
* ''Manga/SweetMagicSyndrome'', Characters from a MagicalLand go to school in the real world and talk about food, mostly sweets.
* ''Manga/{{Tamayura}}'' can be considered as one. The girls may not spend much time at school, but they are often [[{{Joshikousei}} depicted in their uniforms]].
* ''Manga/WakabaGirl'', a series of short 7-minute episodes about an {{Ojou}} who ends up going to an ordinary school and making ordinary friends.
* ''Manga/WaratteSotomuraSan'', is a series about a misunderstood girl who wishes to make friends with her smile, too bad her smile looks like she's about to viciously murder you.
* ''Manga/YuruYuri'' is one of these, focusing more on humour and {{Yuri}} elements.
* ''Manga/{{Yuyushiki}}'', which shares some similarity to ''Yuru-Yuri'', with slightly less yuri.
21st Jan '17 1:03:09 PM MayumiTsuji
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* ''Manga/MinamiKamakuraHighSchoolGirlsCyclingClub'' is about girls in a bicycle club.
23rd Oct '16 8:48:40 AM SamCurt
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* ''Manga/KomorisanWaKotowarenai'' is a series about a schoolgirl [[ExtremeDoormat who can't deny requests]] and her classmates.
* ''Manga/MagicOfStella'' overlaps with SchoolClubStories, all the cast are schools are four of them involves making a doujin game.
2nd Sep '16 3:06:32 PM StFan
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16th Aug '16 10:39:58 AM valar55
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* DoItYourselfThemeTune: Especially in the 10s and one some occasions the voice actress tend to from a group for said series.

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31st Dec '15 2:48:59 PM fruitstripegum
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* ''The Four Marys'', a long-running strip in the Bunty girls' comic paper in Britain. It's about four girls named Mary that attend a girls' boarding school, and have (usually) age-appropriate adventures. Named male characters come from outside the school and generally appear for one story arc only.

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* ''The Four Marys'', a long-running strip in the Bunty ComicBook/{{Bunty}} girls' comic paper in Britain. It's about four girls named Mary that attend a girls' boarding school, and have (usually) age-appropriate adventures. Named male characters come from outside the school and generally appear for one story arc only.
13th Sep '15 2:08:30 PM nombretomado
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** It is also an example of this trope being used without having a main character and its only named male characters are the creepy [[DirtyOldMan Mr. Kimura]] and [[NorioWakamoto Chiyo's father]], a man who only seems to appear in day dreams as a giant catlike creature. It tends to focus on comedic side of things.

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** It is also an example of this trope being used without having a main character and its only named male characters are the creepy [[DirtyOldMan Mr. Kimura]] and [[NorioWakamoto [[Creator/NorioWakamoto Chiyo's father]], a man who only seems to appear in day dreams as a giant catlike creature. It tends to focus on comedic side of things.
7th Sep '15 12:43:22 PM StFan
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A subgenre of SliceOfLife, SchoolgirlSeries tend to revolve around a group of female classmates and their antics and adventures during and after school. Depending on how comedic they are, such series may feature a rather unusual school where [[RuleOfFunny highly unrealistic things happen]]. Having a ManChild teacher in control of a WackyHomeroom is not uncommon in SchoolgirlSeries though a StraightMan educator may be swapped in to form a contrast with the outrageous behavior of the main heroines. A {{Sensei-chan}} character may be thrown into the mix in order to incorporate some kind of friendly adult perspective.

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A subgenre of SliceOfLife, SchoolgirlSeries tend to revolve around a group of female classmates and their antics and adventures during and after school. Depending on how comedic they are, such series may feature a rather unusual school where [[RuleOfFunny highly unrealistic things happen]]. Having a ManChild teacher in control of a WackyHomeroom is not uncommon in SchoolgirlSeries though a StraightMan educator may be swapped in to form a contrast with the outrageous behavior of the main heroines. A {{Sensei-chan}} SenseiChan character may be thrown into the mix in order to incorporate some kind of friendly adult perspective.
21st Aug '15 5:24:09 PM nombretomado
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* JapaneseHonorifics: Especially -chan.
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