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- The TV-series of All-Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku introduced a class of walking cliches for Nuku-Nuku to interact with. They're even introduced with an appropriate tag such as 'Snobby Rich Girl' or 'Nihilistic Pretty-Boy' whenever they appear on stage. This was noticeably absent from the OVA, where Nuku-Nuku went to school once, prompting the destruction of most of the premises in a fight between her and an attack helicopter. They didn't try to send her to school again.
- Assassination Classroom has Class E, the "misfit" class that all of the main characters belong to.
- Azumanga Daioh is a relatively low-key example, but the main characters are still a pretty eccentric bunch.
- Ichigo's homeroom in Bleach could certainly be described as wacky. Outside of the fact that the teacher regularly mocks the students, the room has been invaded by shinigami multiple times, and one time Kon showed up in Ichigo's body. In all cases the room was essentially destroyed. Oh, and the teacher doesn't even seem to care about Ichigo and his friends either not turning up for class or running out in the middle of it.
- A Certain Magical Index, although the entire series isn't exactly focused on the protagonist's homeroom.
- Cromartie High School
- Doki Doki School Hours. Trope picture.
- The Eldoran series: Zettai Muteki Raijin-Oh and Nekketsu Saikyo Gosaurer.
- Averted in Fruits Basket. Aside from the main characters, their class is actually pretty normal. It serves as a stark contrast to the Sohma clan, and highlights the desire of the Members of the Zodiac to be normal.
- Great Teacher Onizuka
- Hidamari Sketch
- Jewelpet Sunshine
- Lucky Star, at times.
- Mahou Sensei Negima!. "Wacky" in this case means badass and/or Crazy Awesome in a Fantasy Kitchen Sink.
- Maicchingu Machiko Sensei had a very colorful homeroom and the quirkiness branched off into other teachers and members of the faculty as well.
- Minami-ke is becoming like this in later episodes, with its bigger emphasis on the three sisters' classmates.
- Misaki Number One
- My Hero Academia has Class 1-A.
- Nichijou: Emphasis on the wacky.
- Pani Poni Dash!
- Rosario + Vampire has shades of this, especially in season 2, when the entire Unwanted Harem ends up in the same class together. And then there's their teacher.
- Sayonara, Zetsubou-Sensei has a psychotic group of dysfunctional students, headed by a suicidal teacher, all played for very dark laughs.
- School Rumble. Oddly fitting with its name.
- Sketchbook. Okay, it's an art club, but the effect is pretty much the same.
- The cast of Soul Eater probably qualify. Not to mention their homeroom teacher is a Mad Scientist.
- Susan Sto Helit is a proper young woman, who is entirely sober and rational and will not stand for even the usual amounts of silliness that a child usually displays. Her class is extremely well-behaved and sensible. She just happens to take them on literal trips through time and space without ever leaving the classroom. Because she's Death's granddaughter. But she keeps her past so quiet that her employer is surprised even to find out that she is a Duchess.
- Boy Meets Boy by David Levithan takes place in a high school that, among other things, have cheerleaders who do their routines on motorcycles.
- During the late eighties, Scholastic had a YA book series called Homeroom. As it was Exactly What It Says on the Tin, it followed the misadventures of an 8th grade homeroom. It had all the stock YA characters: the Alpha Bitch, Jerk Jock, Cool Loser, The Cheerleader, etc.
- The Worst Room In The School was set in an overcrowded, out-of-date K-8 school centered around fifth grade class held in a converted store-room off the gym.
Live Action TV
- El Chavo del ocho: The episodes in the classroom with Profesor Jirafales.
- Head of the Class
- Welcome Back, Kotter
- Seven Periods With Mr Gormsby
- Brazilian show "Escolinha do Professor Raimundo" (and its more recent copycats) is (and are) centered around one such homeroom(s).
- Misaki Number One
- Saved by the Bell focused on one set of students and no main teachers, but they somehow always shared the same classes, subverting this trope. The first season however, played it completely straight since it was originally called Good Morning Miss Bliss and took place mostly inside one classroom.
- The '70s Brit Com Please, Sir! was set in a classroom full of suspiciously over-age looking fifteen year olds.
- Grange Hill was full of this trope, set in the ''Good Old British Comp in cockney London.
- Disgaea 3: Absence of Justice
- Persona 3 and Persona 4 both feature this, which is unsurprising, as both games feature a band of high school students secretly fighting monsters outside of muggle perception. Even not counting them, there's the pronounced tendency of both schools to hire Bunny-Ears Lawyer teachers.
- The classroom this in The Magic School Bus video games to an even greater degree then in the books or the show. Rainforest doubles down by turning the classroom into a miniature tropical jungle when you complete the main Fetch Quest.
Liz: Click around! Look for surprises!
- Largo's class in Megatokyo. Not only is it taught by resident Crazy Awesome Cloudcuckoolander Largo, but some of it's more colorful members include a Robot Girl, an enigmatic Elegant Gothic Lolita who may very well be a Dark Magical Girl, and a class representative who practices Enjo Kosai and has an alcoholic dad. Also, the class's first field trip involved them taking on a horde of fanboys/zombies.
- Zoophobia's drama and film classes are as wacky, colorful and eccentric as they come.