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* ''Manga/WastefulDaysOfHighSchoolGirls'' has a tone not dissimilar to ''Daily Lives of High School Boys'' above, focusing on the inane and slapstick.

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* ''Manga/AsobiAsobase'' is an absurd {{Parody}} of this subgenre, as while it focuses on three girls at an all-girls' middle school and their antics in the Pastimer's Club, said antics can be rather over-the-top and the girls are often moronic jerks towards each other and other people.


* {{Nice G|uy}}irl: Expect at least one character in the main cast or secondary characters to fall into this trope, usually the TokenMiniMoe. Often the center of CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming and TearJerker scenes.

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* {{Nice G|uy}}irl: NiceGuy: Well, Girl: Expect at least one character in the main cast or secondary characters to fall into this trope, usually the TokenMiniMoe. Often the center of CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming and TearJerker scenes.TokenMiniMoe.

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*TheComicallySerious: At least one of the girls will fill this role, likely to double as [[OnlySaneMan 'the sensible' one]].

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* ''Manga/AnimaYell'' is a {{yonkoma}} series that is about a high school cheerleading team.


* SweetDreamsFuel: A major reason for the popularity of this anime genre amongst male audiences, is the open warmth and sentimentality permitted by an all-female setting; in the still relatively-chauvinist MenDontCry world of Japanese males, it is quite cathartic to allow oneself to occasionally partake in a world where it's okay to hug your friends, love, hope, and dream, even if its for just 30 minutes a week.

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* ''Manga/GirlFriends'': A classic of the YuriGenre, which features a realistic portrayal of SchoolGirlLesbians, which the central pair being very confused about their feelings and featuring large amounts of Gayngst and WillTheyOrWontThey

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* SchoolgirlLesbians: Most romances in a schoolgirl series will be this, especially in a OneGenderSchool.


* Manga/ACertainScientificRailgun has undertones of this, especially in its {{Filler}} arcs.

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* Manga/ACertainScientificRailgun ''Manga/ACertainScientificRailgun'' has undertones of this, especially in its {{Filler}} arcs.



* ''Manga/DailyLivesOfHighSchoolBoys'' is another gender-inverted example.

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* ''Manga/DailyLivesOfHighSchoolBoys'' is another a [[GenderInvertedTrope gender-inverted example.example]].



* ''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]].

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* ''Manga/{{Tamayura}}'' ''Anime/{{Tamayura}}'' can be considered as one. The girls may not spend much time at school, but they are often [[{{Joshikousei}} depicted in their uniforms]].

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* ''Manga/HarukanaReceive'' follows a group of high school girls and their aspirations to compete in the junior beach volleyball tournament.

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* ''Literature/TheMarlowSeries'' Although only four out of the ten novels are set at the girls' boarding school Kingscote.


* ''Manga/AzumangaDaioh,'' however, is generally considered the biggest TropeCodifier for schoolgirl series, following the enormous success of the both the manga and anime, and it established many of the character tropes commonly associated with this subgenre.

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* ''Manga/AzumangaDaioh,'' however, ''Manga/AzumangaDaioh'' is generally considered the biggest TropeCodifier for schoolgirl series, following the enormous success of the both the manga and anime, and it established many of the character tropes commonly associated with this subgenre.


* [[Literature/PrincessHolyAura'' by Ryk Spoor, centered around Holly Owen's two slightly overlapping sets of friends and allies.

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* [[Literature/PrincessHolyAura'' ''Literature/PrincessHolyAura'' by Ryk Spoor, centered around Holly Owen's two slightly overlapping sets of friends and allies.


* Manga/ACertainScientificRailgun has undertones of this, especially at its {{Filler}} arcs.

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* Manga/ACertainScientificRailgun has undertones of this, especially at in its {{Filler}} arcs.

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