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12th May '18 6:30:01 AM thatother1dude
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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'':
** Steven is never shown at school no matter the season. It turns out he has never had a formal education, being taught and trained by the crystal gems and his dad, and doesn't even know what a school is.
** The school schedules for the other youth of Beach City are equally mysterious. Several of them work at local (mostly [[FamilyBusiness family-owned]]) restaurants even when Steven visits in the middle of the day. Sadie and Lars are particularly confusing as they've run the Big Donut by themselves for multiple years, even though Lars is specified as still being in school and Sadie is about the same age.


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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'':
** Steven is never shown at school no matter the season. It turns out he has never had a formal education, being taught and trained by the crystal gems and his dad, and doesn't even know what a school is.
** The school schedules for the other youth of Beach City are less clear. Several of them work at local (mostly [[FamilyBusiness family-owned]]) restaurants even when Steven visits in the middle of the day. Sadie and Lars are particularly confusing as they've run the Big Donut by themselves for multiple years, even though Lars is specified as still being in school and Sadie is about the same age.
12th May '18 6:27:36 AM thatother1dude
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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' is never shown at school no matter the season. It turns out he has never had a formal education, being taught and trained by the crystal gems and his dad, and doesn't even know what a school is.

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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'':
** Steven
is never shown at school no matter the season. It turns out he has never had a formal education, being taught and trained by the crystal gems and his dad, and doesn't even know what a school is.is.
** The school schedules for the other youth of Beach City are equally mysterious. Several of them work at local (mostly [[FamilyBusiness family-owned]]) restaurants even when Steven visits in the middle of the day. Sadie and Lars are particularly confusing as they've run the Big Donut by themselves for multiple years, even though Lars is specified as still being in school and Sadie is about the same age.
12th May '18 5:52:33 AM thatother1dude
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheWeekenders'' never shows the character's school, because all the action takes place on...well...the weekend. They're frequently mentioned as going there, though, and their gym teacher is a support character.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheWeekenders'' never shows the character's school, because all the action takes place on...well...the weekend. They're School is frequently mentioned as going there, though, mentoined, and their gym teacher is a support supporting character.
12th May '18 5:52:12 AM thatother1dude
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheWeekenders'', because all the action takes place on...well...the weekend.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheWeekenders'', ''WesternAnimation/TheWeekenders'' never shows the character's school, because all the action takes place on...well...the weekend. They're frequently mentioned as going there, though, and their gym teacher is a support character.
7th May '18 8:43:18 AM tyrekecorrea
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* ''Series/ICarly'' averts the trope, with most 'home' scenes taking place on the weekend or after school, and school scenes taking place before school or after school. Occasionally they go so far as to wait until the bell rings which clears out the set so the characters can have their own conversations alone. On a couple occasions, they plan out a trip based on having the weekend to do it, like in "iTake On Dingo".

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* ''Series/ICarly'' averts the trope, with most 'home' scenes taking place on the weekend or after school, and school scenes taking place before school or after school. Occasionally they go so far as to wait until the bell rings rings, which clears out the set so the characters can have their own conversations alone. On a couple occasions, they plan out a trip based on having the weekend to do it, like in "iTake On Dingo".
21st Apr '18 5:47:26 PM fearlessnikki
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* ''Series/H2OJustAddWater'' has an episode called "The Siren Effect" where Cleo mentions that it's a Wednesday. She's having a sleepover that night as well - which means that her parents must be very lenient or they're on half-term.
10th Apr '18 4:09:49 PM eroock
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The childhood equivalent of OneHourWorkWeek. See also FreeRangeChildren & SchoolOfNoStudying.

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The childhood equivalent of OneHourWorkWeek. See also FreeRangeChildren & and SchoolOfNoStudying.
10th Apr '18 4:08:59 PM eroock
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-> "They're too cool for school. And also, too fictional."

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-> "They're ->''"They're too cool for school. And also, too fictional.""''
5th Apr '18 10:18:27 AM Pichu-kun
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* Trainers leave for one year, in the ''Manga/TheElectricTaleOfPikachu'' manga series. A rare and little known novelization released early in [[{{Anime/Pokemon}} the anime]]'s life [[AllThereInTheManual hand-waves this]]. After children in the Pokémon world finish schooling at the age of ten, they become legal adults who are free to leave to become full-time trainers, or do whatever else they want.

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* ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'':
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Trainers leave for one year, in the ''Manga/TheElectricTaleOfPikachu'' manga series. Ash is in a hurry to finish his journey for this reason.
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A rare and little known novelization novelization]] released early in [[{{Anime/Pokemon}} the anime]]'s life [[AllThereInTheManual hand-waves this]]. After children in the Pokémon world finish schooling at the age of ten, they become legal adults who are free to leave to become full-time trainers, or do whatever else they want.
11th Mar '18 8:00:47 PM ropertroper
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** He does go to school at least once to try to get his parents together, and when he finds George after convincing him to ask Loraine to the dance, Marty asks why he wasn't at school that day. And he likely just stayed hiding at Doc Brown's home during most of the other school hours, since Doc, upon being convinced Marty was from the future, told him not to go out and talk to others to avoid making drastic changes in time.
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