List of fictional schools


List of fictional schools

While real schools and universities are often prominently featured in works of fiction, this is a list of schools and universities which are entirely fictional, even though some of them are modeled after real world institutions.

Relying on a fictional setting allows the authors to exaggerate certain aspects of school life for humorous or dramatic effect. In tales targeted at children and teens, the actual learning and teaching experience is usually downplayed to focus on social interaction, often taking place outside the classroom. Some fictional schools and universities teach subjects which are not ordinarily taught, such as witchcraft, circus arts (although [http://www.virginia.edu/facultyexperts/?root_id=1835 Circus Arts] is a class at the University of Virginia), or even sexuality.

Note that "public school" in the context of this article means tuition-free, government-run school. This contrasts with the local usage in some countries; see "public school" for more information.

Fictional public schools

Fictional pre-schools

*Ayn Rand School for Tots - "The Simpsons"
*Blisshaven Preschool - "Cul De Sac"
*Meadowcrest Pre-School - "Full House"
*Paul Revere Pre-School - "Passions"
*Sweet Valley Pre-School - "Sweet Valley High"

Fictional primary and elementary schools

*ACDC Elementary School (Dentech Academy) - "Megaman Battle Network"
*Amigos Elementary School - "The Naked Brothers Band (TV Series)"
*Barton Wood Primary School - "Three Seven Eleven"
*Bash Street School - "The Bash Street Kids"
*Bessie Street Primary - "Coronation Street"
*Bikini Bottom Elementary School - "SpongeBob SquarePants"
*Bluffington School - "Doug"
*Carbuncle School - "The Adventures of Willy Beamish" video game
*Clinton Avenue Elementary School - The Brady Bunch
*Cypress Creek Elementary School - "The Simpsons"
*Madison Elementary School - "Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends"
*Dimmsdale Elementary, Dimmsdale - "The Fairly OddParents"
*Dolomite Elementary - "Everybody Hates Chris"
*Diorama Elementary - "Moral Orel"
*Enriched Learning Center for Gifted Children - "The Simpsons"
*Erinsborough Primary - "Neighbours"
*Excelsior Public School - "PS238" comic book
*Foremost World-Renowned International School of Lucha - "¡Mucha Lucha!"
*Frasier Street Elementary School - "Full House"
*Galaxy Elementary School - "Galaxy High"
*Gallagher Elementary School - ""
*Grant Ave. Grammar School - "Leave it to Beaver"
*Greenpatch School - "The Adventures of Blinky Bill"
*Huber Elementary - "Dexter's Laboratory"
*Jerome Horwitz Elementary - "Captain Underpants"
*Joyce Williams Elementary School - "Meet The Robinsons"
*J.Edgar Hoover Elementary School - 'The Boondocks"
*Lakewood Elementary School- "Arthur"
*Lindbergh Elementary - ""
*Little Dipper School - "The Jetsons", where Elroy Jetson attends school, seen in the opening credits.
*Lucky Elementary - "As Told By Ginger"
*Mabase Elementary School - "FLCL"
*Midwich Elementary School - "Silent Hill"
*Mighty Mountain Elementary - "Arthur"
*Morgan-Randall Elementary School - "The 6th Day"
*Odaiba Elementary School - "Digimon Adventure" and "Digimon Adventure 02"
*Pokey Oaks Kindergarten - "The Powerpuff Girls"
*Poseidon Elementary - "SpongeBob SquarePants"
*PS 118 (and nearby PS 119) - "Hey Arnold!"
*PS238, The School for Metaprodigy Children - "PS238" comic book
*Raccoon City Junior School - ""
*Ranting Lane School - "Jiggy McCue" series
*Retroville Elementary - ""
*Roosevelt Elementary School - "7th Heaven"
*Roosevelt Franklin Elementary - "Sesame Street"
*Rudolph Elementary - "Family Ties"
*Shelbyville Elementary School - "The Simpsons"
*Skool - "Invader Zim"
*South Park Elementary - South Park
*Springfield Elementary School - "The Simpsons"
*Springfield Magnet School for the Gifted and Troublesome - "The Simpsons"
*St. Faith's Elementary - "Mona the Vampire"
*Stars Hollow Elementary School - "Gilmore Girls"
*Stonybrook Elementary School - "The Baby-sitters Club" book series
*Sweet Valley Elementary - "Sweet Valley High"
*Takadanobaba Elementary (Asimov Elementary in English dub) - "Astro Boy"
*Thomas Edison Elementary School - "Alvin and The Chipmunks"
*Tomoeda Elementary (Reedington Elementary in English dub) - "Cardcaptor Sakura" (a.k.a. "Cardcaptors")
*Third Street School - "Recess"
*Walford Primary School - "EastEnders"
*Walkerville Elementary - "The Magic School Bus" series
*Wayside School **although it also really exists in Potomac, Maryland** - series by Louis Sachar
*West Springfield Elementary School - "The Simpsons"
*Willow Point Falls School - "Lady in White"
*Woodrow Wilson Elementary School - "The Best School Year Ever"

Fictional middle schools, intermediate schools, and junior high schools

*Alta Dina Middle School - "Saturday Night Live", where Marty Kulp(Will Ferrell) and Bobbie Mohan Kulp(Ana Gasteyer) head up the music department.
*Amigos Middle School - "The Naked Brothers Band (TV Series)"
*Bahia Bay Middle School - "The Weekenders"
*Buckner Middle School - "The Suite Life of Zack & Cody"
*Beebe Bluff Middle School - "Doug"
*Bloors Academy - "Children of the Red King"
*Briarwood Academy - "The Clique" series
*Buddy Cianci Junior High (temporarily Peter Griffin Junior High) - "Family Guy"
*Bullworth Academy, a school in Bully (game)
*Charles Darwin Middle School - "My Gym Partner's A Monkey"
*Chester Arthur Middle School - "My Gym Partner's A Monkey"
*Chuck Norris Grammar School - "Pinky, Elmyra and the Brain"
*Corleone Junior High - "Everybody Hates Chris"
*Degrassi Community School - ""
*"Degrassi Junior High"
*DiMaggio Junior High" - "Full House"
*Edward Tilghman Middle - "The Wire"
*Fillmore Junior High - "The Brady Bunch"
*Fillmore Middle School - "Hanna Montana"
*"Flying Rhino Junior High"
*Hendry Middle School - ""
*Hillridge Junior High - "Lizzie McGuire"
*James K. Polk Middle School - "Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide"
*JFK Junior High School - "Good Morning Miss Bliss", the precursor to "Saved by the Bell"
*Jim Jr. Junior High - "Rugrats", "All Growed Up", and possibly "All Grown Up!"
*Joyce Kilmer Middle School - How I Survived Middle School series by Nancy Krulik
*Juban Junior High (Crossroads Junior High in English dub) - "Sailor Moon"
*Kasanegafuchi Junior High - "YuYu Hakusho"
*Lake Windsor Middle School - "Tangerine"
*Lamont Sandford Junior High - "Everybody Hates Chris"
*Lemon Brook Jr. High - "Ed, Edd n Eddy"
*Lucky Junior High - "As Told By Ginger"
*Lawrence Junior High - Even Stevens
*Octavian Country Day - "The Clique" book series
*Odaiba Middle School - "Digimon Adventure 02"
*Parkview Junior High - "Flash Forward"
*Peach Creek Jr. High - "Ed, Edd n Eddy"
*Penguin Village School - "Dr. Slump"
*Ridgeway Junior High School - "iCarly"
*Polyneux Middle School - "Whatever Happened to Robot Jones?" (pronounced "poly-new")
*Rocky Road Middle School Unfabulous
*Sakura-ga-oka Middle School - "Ultraman 80"
*Sarayashiki Junior High - "YuYu Hakusho"
*Seaview Middle School - "Hannah Montana"
*Shiroiwa Junior High School - "Battle Royale"
*Stoneybrook Middle School - "The Baby-sitters Club" book series
*Sweet Valley Middle School - "Sweet Valley" series
*Tangerine Middle School - "Tangerine
*Tom Landry Middle School - "King of The Hill"
*Van Atta Junior High School - "Full House"
*Western View Junior High - Violet Parr's school in "The Incredibles"
*William Howard Taft Thick Around the Middle School - "Histeria!"
*X Middle School - "Fillmore!"

Fictional high schools

* 7 Seas High - "the suite life on deck"
* Aaron Burr High School - "Batman (TV series)"
* Acme Looniversity - "Tiny Toon Adventures" (despite the name, it functions as a public high school for cartoon characters)
* Adelai Stevenson High School - "The 4400", June 17, 2007 episode.
* Amity Park High - "Danny Phantom"
* Ampipe High - school featured in All the Right Moves
* Angel Beach High School - "Porky's Trilogy"
* Angel Grove High School - "Power Rangers"
* Arcadia High School - "Joan of Arcadia" (There are real Arcadia High Schools in Arcadia, California, Phoenix, Arizona and Arcadia, Louisiana)
* Arlen High School - "King of The Hill"
* Avalanche Arts Academy - "As Told By Ginger", "Foutleys on Ice" episode
* Avalon High School - "Avalon High" by "Meg Cabot"
* Bardell High School - ""
* Bayside High School - "That's So Raven"
* Bayside High School - "Saved by the Bell" (Bayside's rival is fictional Valley High School.) (There are real Bayside High Schools in New York, Virginia, and two in Florida.)
* Bayview High School - "Full House"
* Bedford Falls High School - "It's A Wonderful Life"
* Bedrock High School - "The Flintstones"
* Bellview High School -"Drake and Josh".
* Benjamin Franklin Pierce High School - "Transformers" (referencing Hawkeye Pierce in "M*A*S*H")
* Beverly Hills High - "The A-List (novel)" by "Zoey Dean" also in "Totally Spies"
* R.B. Bennet High School - "Naturally, Sadie"
* Bikini Bottom High School - "SpongeBob SquarePants"
* Blake Holsey High - "Strange Days at Blake Holsey High"
* Bob LaBrea High School - "Dinosaurs
* Borden High School - "Degrassi Junior High"
* Bradock High School - "Dallas (TV series)"
* Briarwood High School - "My Secret Identity"
* Bromwell High - "Bromwell High" (a nearby school, Bromwell Park Secondary, is also mentioned in the series)
* Britannia High - "Britannia High"
* Brookside Comprehensive - "Brookside"
* Bucchanon High - "Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide"
* Bushmont High School - "Drake and Josh"
* Capeside High School - "Dawson's Creek"
* Calvin Coolidge High School - the New York City high school that served as the setting for the novel and film Up the Down Staircase
* Capone High - "Kenan and Kel"
* Carpathian Forest High - "Metalocalypse"
* Carson Hill- "Instant Star"
* Carver High School- "White Shadow"
* Central High School - "Archie Comics", also in the film "Wildcats" (real life Central High School in Central, Louisiana, plus many other Central High Schools in towns with other names)
* Centerscore High - "Surviving High School" cell phone video games
* Cheevers High School - "The Suite Life of Zack and Cody"
* Clark Secondary School - Superbad
* Clone High - "Clone High USA"
* Coal Hill School - "Doctor Who"
* Communist Martyrs High School (Commie Martyrs) - Featured in the Firesign Theater album "Don't Crush That Dwarf, Hand Me The Pliers".
* Coolidge High School - "The Brady Bunch", the school where Raquel the Goat was a mascot, which Greg stole from the school.
* Costa Verde High School - "Heroes", where Claire Bennet was a student under the alias Claire Butler.
* Crenshaw Heights High - ""
* Crescent Bay High - "The Sleepover Club"
* Deffry Vale High School - "Doctor Who"
* Degrassi Community School - ""
* "Degrassi High"
* Dillon High School- "Friday Night Lights]
* Dimmsdale High School - "The Fairly OddParents"
* Domino High School - "Yu-Gi-Oh!"
* Duckburg High School - "Ducktales"; only mentioned, where Mrs. Beakly was on the swim team.
* Eucaipah High School - "Rugrats"; only seen once where Didi Pickles was teaching there]
* East High - "High School Musical", "High School Musical 2" and ""
* East Compton High - "Bring It On"
* East Great Falls High School - "American Pie"
* East Lake High School - "Saturday Night Live"
* Empire Falls High School-"Empire Falls"
* Erinsborough High School - "Neighbours"
* Fenn Street - "Please Sir!" and "The Fenn Street Gang"
* Fernhill High School "When a Stranger Calls (2006)"
* Flatpoint High School - "Strangers with Candy"
* Furinkan High School - "Ranma ½"
* "Galaxy High"
* Galfast High - "Chalk"
* Gedo High School - "Rival Schools" video game
* Gekkoukan High School - "" video game
* Genghis Khan High School - "The Snarkout Boys and the Avocado of Death" by Daniel Pinkwater
* Genoa City High School in Genoa City, Wisconsin - "The Young And The Restless"
* Geraldo Rivera High School - "MADtv"
* Gorin High School - "Rival Schools" video game
*Gothic High School- "Surviving High School Mobile Games"
* Grandview High School - "Ghost Whisperer", where Ned goes to school, seen in the January 11, 2008 episode.
* "Grange Hill"
* "Gravedale High"
* Greendale High School - "Better Off Dead" (1985)
* Hall School, Kingsport, Mass. - "The Thing on the Doorstep" by H. P. Lovecraft
* The Halton School - "Coming Soon" (1999)
* H. G. Wells High School - "Phil of the Future" (2004 - 2006)
* Harding High School - "Family Ties" (There are many Harding High Schools but none in Columbus, Ohio as this one was said to be.)
* Harmony High School - "Passions"
* Harry J. Anslinger High School - "Reefer Madness: The Movie Musical"
* Hemrey High - Buffy the Vampire Slayer Movie.
*Henry Clay High School - The FC (not to be confused with the only real Henry Clay High School in the U.S., in Lexington, Kentucky)
* Hickory High School - "Hoosiers" (There are Hickory High Schools in various places in the United States, but none in rural Indiana, the setting of this movie.)
* Highland High School - school attended by Beavis and Butt-head
* Hill Valley High School - "Back to the Future"
* Hollyoaks Comprehensive - "Hollyoaks"
* Hooterville High School - the school that the Bradley girls attend in "Petticoat Junction"
* Hotten Comprehensive - "Emmerdale"
* Hunter High - "H20, Just add Water"
* James Buchanan High School - "Welcome Back, Kotter" (There is a James Buchanan High School in Mercersburg, Pennsylvania.)
* James Woods Regional High School - "Family Guy"
* Jefferson High School - "Happy Days"
* Jefferson High 8 Simple Rules - Liberty High's arch rivels
* John Adams High School - "Boy Meets World"
* John Hughes High School - "Not Another Teen Movie"
* John Sparrow Thompson High School - "Life With Derek"
* Justice High School - "Rival Schools" video game
* Kaibara High School - "Fruits Basket"
* Kennedy High School - "7th Heaven"
* Llanview High School - "One Life to Live"
* Lake Forest High School - "Ferris Bueller's Day Off"
* Lakehurst High - ""
* Lelani High - "Relic Hunter"
* Lawndale High School - "Daria"
* Leafmore High - "ObsCure"
* Liberty High School - "My So-Called Life"
* Liberty High - "8 Simple Rules"
* Lucky High School - "As Told By Ginger"
* Mayfield High School - "Leave It to Beaver"
* Marion Barry High School - "High School High"
* Mt Valley High School - "Strangers with Candy"
* Martin Luther Thing, Jr. High School - sewer mutant school, "Futurama"
* McKinley High School - "Freaks and Geeks"
* Meridianna High School - "Cybersix"
* Messina High School - "Bleachers", 2003 novel
* Middleton High School - "Kim Possible"
* Midtown High School - Spider-Man's high school, located in Queens
* Millard Fillmore High School - "The Brady Bunch"
* Monroe High School (later renamed Millard Filmore High School) - "Head of the Class"
* Mount Rose High School - "Drop Dead Gorgeous"
* Nashikiri High School - "Flame of Recca"
* Neil Armstrong Comprehensive School - "Adrian Mole" series by Sue Townsend
* Neptune High School - "Veronica Mars"
* New Pope High - "Bring It On" (deleted scenes included on DVD)
* North High - "Malcolm in the Middle"
* North Manual High School - "The Blackboard Jungle"
* Oakdale High School - "As The World Turns,,)
* Orange Star High School - "Dragon Ball Z"
* Orbit High School - "The Jetsons", shown in the opening of the cartoon, where Judy Jetson goes to school.
* Pacific High School - "Rival Schools" video game
* Pacific Palisades High School - "The A-List" by Zoey Dean
* Pacific Vista High - ""
* Padua High School - "10 Things I Hate About You"
* Pan High School - "Veronica Mars"
* Park Vale School - "The Sarah Jane Adventures"
* Paya Lebar Junior College - "The Teenage Textbook"
* Peach Creek High School - "Ed, Edd, n Eddy's Hanky Panky Hullabaloo"
* Pearl Bailey High School - "American Dad!"
* Piedmont High - "Smart Guy"
* Performing Arts High School - "Fame (movie)" and "Fame (television)"
* Point Place High School - "That '70s Show"
* Polk High - "Married... with Children"
* Rancho Carne High School - "Bring It On"
* Redvale Comprehensive - "The Comp" strip in "Nikki and "Bunty"
* Reefside High School - ""
* Reginald VelJohnson High School - "Invincible" comic
* Ridgemont High School - "Fast Times At Ridgemont High"
* Rintama High School - "Yu-Gi-Oh!"
* River City High - "River City Ransom" video game
* Riverdale High School - "Archie Comics"
* Rocky Road High - "Unfabulous"
* Roewer High School - "The Basic Eight"
* Roosevelt High - "Sister, Sister"
* Rosemont High - "The Kids From Rosemont High"
* Rosewood Community College - "H20, Just add Water"
* Rosewood Day School - "Pretty Little Liars"
* Rydell High School - "Grease" musical and film
* Salem High School - "Days of our Lives"
* Shakespear high-"As the bell Rings"
* St. Genevieve High School - "Family Guy"
* St Oswald's - "Family Affairs"
* Salem Falls High - "Salem Falls"
* Santo Domingo High School - "Parker Lewis Can't Lose" (There is a real Santo Domingo High School in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic)
* Seaview Collge The Sleepover Club
* Seijyu High School (Northwest High School in English dub) - "Cardcaptor Sakura"
* Seijyun High School - "Rival Schools" video game
* Shelbyville High School - "The Simpsons", rival school to Springfield High School
* Shermer High School - "The Breakfast Club", "Weird Science", and "Ferris Bueller's Day Off"
* Sky High - superhero high school, "Sky High"
* Smallville High School - "Smallville (TV Series)"
* Springfield High School - "The Simpsons" (There are numerous Springfield High Schools throughout the United States, but the Springfield of "The Simpsons" is totally fictional.)
* St. Mary’s School for the Blind and Mildly Retarded - "MADtv"
* Stars Hollow High School - "Gilmore Girls"
* Stoneybrook High School - "The Baby-sitters Club" book series
* Stonewall High - "Harry Potter" series
* Stuckeyville High School - "Ed"
* Summer Bay High - "Home and Away"
* "Summer Heights High"
* Summerton High School - Disney Channel Original Movie "Minutemen"
* Sunnydale High School - "Buffy the Vampire Slayer"
* Sweet Valley High School - series by Francine Pascal
* Taft and Adams High School - "Screwballs"
* Taiyo High School - "Rival Schools" video game
* Tamagawa Minami High School - "Rival Schools" video game
* Thomas A. Edison High School - "Student Bodies (TV series)"
* Thomas E. Dewey High School - "Growing Pains"
* Tomobiki High School - "Urusei Yatsura" ("Lum")
* Torrington Academy - "Martin Mystery"
* Toryo High School - "Marmalade Boy"
* Tree Hill High School - "One Tree Hill"
* Tremorton High Scholl - "My Life as a Teenage Robot"
* Tribbeca High School - "The Wizards of Waverly Place".
* Twin Peaks High School - "Twin Peaks"
* Union Wells High School in Odessa, Texas - Heroes, where Claire Bennet is a student.
* Valley High School - Saved by the Bell (Valley High is Bayside High's rival)
* Vince Lombardi High School - "Rock and Roll High School"
* Walford High School - "EastEnders"
* Walnut Heights High School - rival of Ampipe High School in "All the Right Moves"
* Walt Whitman High - "Room 222 TV series
* Watt High School - "Elephant"
* Waterloo Road Comprehensive - "Waterloo Road"
* Weatherfield High - "Coronation Street"
* Weemawee High School - "Square Pegs"
* Westbridge High - "
* East High - "High School Musical"
* West Beverly High School - "Beverly Hills 90210"
* Westchester High School - "Reba"
* Westdale High School - "The Brady Bunch"
* Westerberg High School - "Heathers"
* Westview High School - "Funky Winkerbean" comic strip
* Whitney High School - "The Greatest American Hero"
* Wilson High School - "Surviving High School Mobile Games"
* Winslow High School - "Boston Public"
* Woodrow Roosevelt High School - "Batman (TV series)"
* Yabbie Creek High - "Home and Away"

Fictional one-room schools

*Colorado Springs Schoolhouse - "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman"
*Covington School - "The Village"
*Hill Valley Schoolhouse - "Back to the Future Part III"
*Oxford School - where Jethro went on The Beverly Hillbillies before the Clampetts moved to Beverly Hills; mistaken for Oxford University in the second episode
*The Walnut Grove School in Walnut Grove, Minnesota - "Little House on the Prairie"
*Walton's Mountain School - "The Waltons"

Fictional private schools and boarding schools

*Albert Einstein High School - The Princess Diaries by Meg Cabot
*All Souls Preparatory School - "London Calling" by Edward Bloor
*Ankh-Morpork Assassins' Guild school - "Discworld"
*O Ateneu - from the Raul Pompéia book of the same name
*Ault School - "Prep: A Novel" by Curtis Sittenfeld
*Ayn Rand School for Tots - "The Simpsons" television show
*Bamfylde School - "To Serve Them All My Days" by R. F. Delderfield
*Barcliff Academy - "Desperate Housewives"
*Beardsley School for Girls - "Lolita" by Vladimir Nabokov
*Beechwood Academy - ""; one of the schools represented at "Tall Oaks Band Camp".
*Bel-Air Academy - "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" television show
*Benkinsop's Academy for the Daughters of Gentlefolk - "Blonde Genius" by J. T. Edson and Peter Clawson
*Beauxbatons Academy of Magic - "Harry Potter" series
*Blake Holsey High - "Black Hole High"
*Bredgar Chambers School - "Well-Schooled in Murder" by Elizabeth George
*Bridgewood Academy - "Moesha"
*Bullworth Academy - "Bully (video game)"
*Cackeles Academy - The Worst Witch TV Series
*"Chalet School" - series by Elinor Brent-Dyer
*Chilton Academy - "Gilmore Girls" television show
*Clamp School - from various series by Clamp
*Constance Billard School for Girls - "Gossip Girl"
*Covington Preparatory School -"Zoey 101"
*The Devon School - "A Separate Peace" by John Knowles
*Dorset Academy - "A Good School" by Richard Yates
*Dotheboys Hall - "Nicholas Nickleby" by Charles Dickens
*Durmstrang Institute of Sorcery - "Harry Potter" series
*Eastland Academy - "The Facts of Life" television show
*Easton Academy - "Private" series by Kate Brian
*Eden Hall Academy - "D3: The Mighty Ducks"
*Elite Way School - "Rebelde Way", an Argentinian soap opera; also used in the Mexican telenovela adaptation "Rebelde"
*Enfield Tennis Academy - "Infinite Jest"
*Eriol Academy - "Angelic Layer" manga and anime
*Farringham School - "Human Nature (Doctor Who episode)"
*Fire Nation Academy for Girls - "" television show
*Fuuka Academy - "Mai-HiME" television show
*Gallagher Academy for Exceptional Young Women - "I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You" by Ally Carter
*Grey Friars School - a fictionalised version of Charterhouse School in some of the novels of William Makepeace Thackeray, particularly "The Newcomes"
*Greyburn Academy - Attended by CIA agent Blackford Oakes, featured in the series by William F. Buckley, Jr.
*Greyfriars School - "Billy Bunter" series by Frank Richards
*Greytowers Boarding School - "Winker Watson" comic strip
*Harbor School - "The O.C." television show
*Hillford Girls Grammar - "Summer Heights High", "We Can Be Heroes"
*Hillside Academy - "Gilmore Girls"
*Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry - "Harry Potter" series
*Holy Forest Academy - "Great Teacher Onizuka"
*Horace Green Preparatory School - "School of Rock"
*Hugglestones - "The Truth", "Discworld" novel
*Io House - "Red Dwarf" television show
*St. Judes School for Boys - "Gossip Girl" , Television and Book Series
*Kelsey Grammar School - "Little Britain"
*Kingscote School for Girls - Antonia Forest's Marlow family books
*Kotobuki Preparatory School - "Season of the Sakura" video game
*Larwood House - "Witch Week" Novel in the Chrestomanci series by Dianna Wynne Jones
*Lilian Girls' School - "Maria-sama ga Miteru"
*Linbury Court Preparatory School - "Jennings" series; Linbury Court's local rival is Bracebridge School
*Llanabba Castle - "Decline and Fall" by Evelyn Waugh
*"Macdonald Hall" - series by Gordon Korman
*Mahora Academy - "Negima"
*"Malory Towers" - series by Enid Blyton
*Manchester Preparatory School - "Cruel Intentions"
*Market Snodsbury Grammar School - "Right Ho, Jeeves" by P.G. Wodehouse
*Massachusetts Academy - "X-Men", "New Mutants" and "Generation X"
*Milford Academy - "Arrested Development"
*Millicent Schuyler-Potts Private School - "The Beverly Hillbillies"; where Jethro was enrolled upon the Clampetts 'moving to Californy.'
*Miss Cackle's Academy for Witches - "The Worst Witch" series by Jill Murphy
*Miss Minchin's Select Seminary for Young Ladies - "A Little Princess" by Frances Hodgson Burnett
*Miss Pinkerton's Academy for Young Ladies - "Vanity Fair" by William Makepeace Thackeray
*Miss Rosa Coote's Correctional Academy for Wayward Gentlewomen - "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" by Alan Moore (and anonymous works of Victorian erotica)
*Miss Shannon's School for Girls - Lydia's school from the movie and cartoon, "Beetlejuice"
*Morningwood Academy - "Family Guy"
*Octavian Country Day School - "The Clique Series" by Lisi Harrison
*Ohtori Academy - "Revolutionary Girl Utena"
*Our Lady of Perpetual Sorrow - "The Suite Life of Zack and Cody"
*Ouran Private Academy - "Ouran High School Host Club"
*Pacific Coast Academy - "Zoey 101"
*Pencey Preparatory School - "The Catcher in the Rye" by J.D. Salinger (other fictional prep schools the protagonist Holden Caulfield attended in the past include the Whooton School and Elkton Hills)
*Perfecto Prep - "Tiny Toon Adventures"
*Point Blanc Academy, France - "Alex Rider" series
*Prescott Academy for the Gifted - "Justice Squad"
*Prufrock Preparatory School - "A Series of Unfortunate Events" (Book the Sixth, "The Austere Academy")
*Quirm College for Young Ladies - "Discworld"
*Rockley Park - Fame School books
*Roedean School for Young Girls - "Thunderbirds" TV series; Lady Penelope Creighton-Ward's "Alma Mater'
*Royal Dominion College - "The Secret Pact"
*Seisou Academy - divided into General Education and specialized Music Education in "Kin'iro no Corda"
*Selhurst School - originally a practical joke, immortalized in print in "The Life and Death of Rochester Sneath"
*Shinra Private School - "Shaman King"
*Smeltings - "Harry Potter" series
*Spence Academy for Young Ladies - "A Great and Terrible Beauty" and "Rebel Angels" by "Libba Bray"
*Springfield Preparatory School - "The Simpsons" television show
*St Bastard's - "Bleak Expectations" radio comedy series; a harsh, authoritarian public school
*St Brutus' School for Incurably Criminal Boys - where Uncle Vernon intends to send the protagonist of the "Harry Potter" series
*St Cake's School - parody of public schools generally, mentioned irregularly in "Private Eye"
*St Custard's - "Molesworth" books by Geoffrey Willans and Ronald Searle. (Three rival schools to St. Custard's are named as Porridge Court, Howler House and Poopwell Hall.)
*St. Grimelda's - a strict school in Howard Whitehouse's "The Strictest School in the World"
*St Trinians School - St Trinians books and films.
*The Steering School - "The World According to Garp", a novel by John Irving
*Stonybrook Academy - "The Baby-sitters Club" book series
*Stonybrook Day School - "The Baby-sitters Club" book series
* Sutton Academy - Step by Step
*Swinesend School - fictional public school invented by the Crap Public Schools Association Fact|date=May 2008
*Trebizon School for Girls - Trebizon series by Anne Digby
*Washington Preparatory Academy - "Cory in the House"
*Waverly Prep - "The It Girl" and "Gossip Girl" by Cecily von Ziegesar
*Walnut Grove Academy - The Young And The Restless
*Warren Greeley Preparatory School - "School of Rock"
*Welton Academy - "Dead Poets Society" movie
*Westbridge School - "The New Adventures Of Old Christine"
*Willows Preparatory School - "The Beverly Hillbillies", where Elly was briefly enrolled in 1963.
*Worcestershire Academy - "Shrek the Third", where Arthur is a student.
*Xavier Institute for Higher Learning - "X-Men" (formerly known as "Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters")

Fictional parochial/religious schools

*American Eagle Christian School - "Saved" (movie)
*Our Lady of Perpetual Sorrow - "That '70s Show" and "The Suite Life of Zack and Cody"
*St. Bartleby's School for Young Gentlemen - "Artemis Fowl" by Eoin Colfer
*St. Patrick Bremmer High School - "Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up?" by John R. Powers It is based on Powers' alma mater, all boys Catholic high school Brother Rice High School in Chicago.
*"St Clare's" - series by Enid Blyton
*St. Euthanasius - "Thank You for Smoking"
*St. Francis Academy High School - "" (Other schools featured in the choir competition are Captain High School, Grant High School, Oceanview High School, and Pinewood High School; although all the songs performed in the movie are gospels, it is unclear if these other four schools are parochial.)
*St. Hebereke Girls' Academy - "Ranma ½" television show
*St. Jennifer's School for Girls - "Winker Watson" comic strip
*St. Lobelia Academy - "Ouran High School Host Club" anime
*St. Matthew's- "School Ties" movie
*St. Midas's - "The Diamond as Big as the Ritz" by F. Scott Fitzgerald
*St. Sebastian's School for Wicked Girls - "The Simpsons" television.
*Springfield Christian School - "The Simpsons"
*Thomas Aquinas Private Girls' School - "Sailor Moon"
*Trinity Hall Girls School - "Winker Watson" comic strip
*Trinity High School - "The Chocolate War" (in fictional New England town of Monument, home also of local public school Monument High School. There are several real Trinity High Schools in various places in the United States whose statuses as parochial schools vary.)

Fictional colleges and universities

* Academy of Computer Sciences - "Max Headroom"
* Adams College - "Revenge of the Nerds" movies, and "Sabrina the Teenage Witch"
* All Systems University - Gene Roddenberry's "Andromeda"
* Arlen Community College - "King of the Hill"
* Arlen University - "King of The Hill"
* Atlanta A&T University - "Drumline (film)"
*University of Austin - "Road Trip (film)"
* Bancroft College - "Bright Promise"
* Banting University - ""
* Barnett College - "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade", Kate Anderson series
* Bending State College - "Futurama" Bender's alma mater
* Bikini Bottom Community College - "SpongeBob SquarePants"
* Bikini Bottom University - "SpongeBob SquarePants"
* Boatwright University - The Waltons
* Boston Bay College - "Dawson's Creek"
* Bovine University - "The Simpsons"
* Bradbury University - "The Butterfly Effect"
* Brichester University - the Severn Valley stories of Ramsey Campbell
* Bristol College - from an ESPN commercial. A school at which students could study subjects for future jobs at ESPN. (There are or have been real institutions called Bristol College)
* Bromwell University - "Daria"
* Cadwalader College - "Fast Break"
* California University - "Beverly Hills 90210", "" (California University was the original name of the University of California, Berkeley)
* California University of Los Angeles - "Legally Blonde"
* CalSci - "NUMB3RS" television show
* CalTech (Calcutta Technical Institute) - The Simpsons (an obvious play on "Cal Tech", the real-life California Institute of Technology)
* University of California, Sunnydale - "Buffy the Vampire Slayer"
* Camden College - "The Rules of Attraction" by Bret Easton Ellis; "Fortress of Solitude" by Jonathan Lethem
* Camford University - "Flatland" by Edwin Abbott; "The Adventure of the Creeping Man" by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle; "Pendennis" by William Makepeace Thackeray
* Capeside Community College - Dawson's Creek (not attended by any of the main characters but mentioned as a possible college option.)
* Celadon University - "Pokémon" anime and manga
* Centerscore University "Surviving High School Mobile Games"
* Charles University - "The Best Years"
* Christminster University and Bibliol College - "Jude the Obscure" by Thomas Hardy; "Christminster" by Gareth Rees (software developer)
* Coney Island Community College - "Futurama"
* Coolidge College - Van Wilder
* Crandall College - "Brothers and Sisters"
* Crazy Go Nuts University - "Homestar Runner"
* Cyprus-Rhodes University - "GRΣΣK"
* Daystrom Institute - "Star Trek"
* Dupont University - "I Am Charlotte Simmons"
* University of Edgestow - "That Hideous Strength" by C. S. Lewis
* Eastern State University - "The Program"
* Eden Hills University - "Neighbours"
*The Famous and Non-existent University of Eaton, USA - "Amanece, que no es poco"
*Emily Dickinson College - "Animal House" (Where Fawn Liebowitz died in the kiln explosion.)
*Empire State University - Spider-Man's alma mater in New York City (not to be confused with the real Empire State College)
*Enormous State University - Generic NCAA college that appears in the comic strip Tank McNamara
*Erdle College - Something Positive
*Faber College - "Animal House"
*Fallcreek University - "ObsCure II"
*Globetrotter University, Globetrotter homeworld - "Futurama"
*Gotham University - "Batman" comics and animation
*University of Gloucester - "Thinks ..." by David Lodge
*Genoa City University - "The Young And The Restless" (in Genoa City, Wisconsin)
*George Underwood Edwards Institute of Technology - "The Lurking Horror" computer game
*Grand Lakes University - "Back to School"
*Grant College - "Family Ties"
*Grant University - "Mazes and Monsters"
*Groff Community College - "American Dad!"
*Hamilton University - "Teen Wolf Too"
*Harmon College - "Accepted"
*Harrad College - "The Harrad Experiment" by Robert Rimmer
*Harrison University - "Old School"
*Harry S Truman College - "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" (Note: there is a Truman College in Chicago, but the movie was not filmed there; it is unclear whether it is intended to be the same.)
*Hearst College - "Veronica Mars", "Moonlight"
*Hill Valley College - ""
*Hillman College - "The Cosby Show, A Different World"
*Hudson University - "Law & Order", "New Teen Titans"
*Illinois Poly - "Cheaper by the Dozen"
*Ivytown University - "Atom"
*Jordan College, Oxford - "His Dark Materials" by Philip Pullman
*Jupiter State - "Futurama"
*Langley College - "The Facts of Life"
*Leland College - "Family Ties" (note: there was once a Leland College in Baker, Louisiana)
*Llanview University - "One Life To Live"
*Los Angeles University - ""
*University of Los Angeles - "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air"
*University of Louisiana (U of L) - "Everybody's All-American"
**Between 1847-1884, Tulane University was known as the University of Louisiana.
**In 1999, the University of Louisiana System of schools was established in real life, and selected existing schools were renamed U. of Louisiana at (city).
*Lowlands University - "A Very Peculiar Practice"
*Magical Cloud Kingdom College - "Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld"
*Mars University - "Futurama"
**Coincidentally, while Alex Karras was on the broadcast team for "Monday Night Football", he memorably referred to the alma mater of Oakland Raiders defensive lineman Otis Sistrunk, who never attended college, as the "University of Mars".
*Maguire University
*Martha Graham Academy - "Oryx and Crake" by Margaret Atwood
*Medfield College - "The Absent Minded Professor", "The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes" and "Now You See Him, Now You Don't"
*Metropolis University - in the Superman comics, a major university in Metropolis attended by Clark Kent
*Mildew College - "Three Stooges"
* Middleton College - "Daria"
* Midston University - "Danny Dunn" series of books
* Minnesota State University - "Coach"
** Two schools in the real Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System adopted the "Minnesota State" name after the run of "Coach" ended. Minnesota State University, Mankato and Minnesota State University Moorhead.
* University of Minnetonka - "Roderick"
* Miskatonic University - Various works by H. P. Lovecraft and others
* Monroe College - "Doctor Detroit" (There is an actual Monroe College in New York.)
* Muppet University - "The Muppets Take Manhattan"
* University of Ithaca- "Roadtrip (movie)"
* University of New York - "Felicity"
* University of North Alaska - "The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou"
* University of North East California - "Undeclared"
* North Southwestern State University - "Boy Meets World"
* University of Okoboji
* Ole Tex - "Johnny Be Good" - Nickname is the Horny Toads
* Oxbridge University - "Pendennis" by William Makepeace Thackeray
* Orange County University - "Orange County (movie)"
* Pacific Institute of Technology - "Real Genius"
* Patrick Henry University - "Atlas Shrugged"
* Payton-Noble University - "Invincible"
* Pendelton University - "Urban Legend"
* Pendelton State University - "3rd Rock from the Sun"
* Pennbrook University- "Boy Meets World"
* Piermont College - "Johnny Be Good"
* Pine Valley University - "All My Children"
* Plainfield Teacher's College
* Pomona University - Jimmy Neutron
* University of Poppleton - THES column of Laurie Taylor
* Port Chester University - "PCU"
* Prinstone University - The Flintstones"; a parody of Princeton University in Bedrock
* University of Quahog - "Family Guy"
* Raft University - "Daria"
* Rainier University - "The Sentinel"
* Ramsey University - "How I Got Into College
* Raytown Junior College - "Mama's Family"
* Randolph Harrington College - "Boston Common"
* Ridgemont College - "Please Don't Eat The Daisies", "Who's The Boss?"
* Rockland University - "Ghost Whisperer"
* Rosemont University - "The Kids From Rosemont Go To College"
* University of Rummidge - various works of David Lodge
* Rumson University - "Auntie Mame"
* Salem University - "Days Of Our Lives"
* Santa Monica College - "The Parkers" (There is a real Santa Monica College in Santa Monica, Calif.)
* Saraswati Humanocentric Educlave and Research Institute - "Titans: Scissors, Paper, Stone" from DC Comics
* Scumbag College - "The Young Ones"
* University of Southern North Dakota at Hoople - various P. D. Q. Bach albums by Peter Schickele
* Shale University - "The Flintstones"; parody of Yale University
* Shiz University - ""
* Siwash College - "At Good Old Siwash" by George Fitch
* South Central Louisiana State University (SCLSU) - "The Waterboy"
* South Harmon Institute of Technology (S.H.I.T.) - "Accepted"
* Southern Atlantic University - "Sydney White" (filmed at the University of Central Florida and Rollins College)
* Southern California State University - "Delta Delta Die" (a play on University of Southern California)
* Springfield A &; M - "The Simpsons"
* Springfield Community College - "The Simpsons"
* Springfield Heights Institute of Technology - "The Simpsons"
* Springfield University - "The Simpsons"
* "The State College for Negroes" - "Invisible Man" (clearly modeled on Tuskegee Institute)
* Stanhope College - "Supergirl" (Stanhope University Post-Crisis)
* Stansbury University - "Saved by the Bell
* State College - "Johnny Be Good"
* State University - "Scooby-Doo and the Cyber Chase"
* Suffix University - "Perfectly Correct" by Phillipa Gregory
* University of Suffolk - "Nice Work" by David Lodge (A real University Campus Suffolk was founded later: there is also a real Suffolk University in Massachusetts, USA)
* University of California at Sunnydale Buffy the Vampire Slayer
* "Sweet Valley University"
* Swigmore University - "The Simpsons"
* Tekerson Tech - "Undergrads"
* Texas Methodist University - "Friday Night Lights" TV series
* Texas State University - "Necessary Roughness"
** Southwest Texas State was later renamed to 'Texas State' after the movie released
** The #1 draft pick in "Jerry Maguire" Frank "Cush" Cushman, was quarterback at Texas State, with the same uniforms as "Necessary Roughness'
* Tate University - "The Freshman"
* Trinity College - "Relic Hunter"
* Trumaine University - "Married with Children"
* Truth University - "Stomp the Yard"
* UCC - "Johnny Be Good"
* Underhill College - 1952 movie "Dreamboat"
* Underwater Sea Aqua College - "Bonus Stage"
* University of the United States - "Coming to America"
* Unknown University - "The Men Who Murdered Mohammed" by Alfred Bester
* Unseen University - "Discworld" series
* Upton University - "'Til Death" series
* Uxbridge University - "I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue: The Uxbridge English Dictionary". There is a real university (Brunel) in Uxbridge, but in this case it is a play on the word Oxbridge.
* Vulcan Science Academy - "Star Trek"
* University of Watermouth - "The History Man" by Malcolm Bradbury
* University of Winnemac - "Arrowsmith" by Sinclair Lewis
* Waindell College - "Pnin" by Vladimir Nabokov
* Walden College - "Doonesbury"
* Watson-Crick Institute - "Oryx and Crake" by Margaret Atwood
* Watchers Academy - "WaTchers the Virtual Series"
* Wentbridge University - "Flatland" by Edwin A. Abbott
* West Texas University - University that lost to Minnesota State University for the National Championship on "Coach". There is a real West Texas State University, now called West Texas A&M University in Canyon, TX.
* Western University - "Blue Chips"
* Wildstone University - "Les Luthiers"
* Witch University - "Return To Halloweentown"
* Wordsmith University - "Pale Fire" by Vladimir Nabokov
* Worthington University - "Dawson's Creek"
* Wossamotta U(niversity) - "The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show"
*Xavier Institute for Higher Learning - "X-Men"
* Charles University - "The Best Years"See also:
* List of fictional Cambridge colleges
* List of fictional Oxford colleges


= Fictional military academies =

* Balamb Garden - "Final Fantasy VIII" video game
* Battle School - "Ender's Game" space station for children's military training
* Bencroft Academy - "Ben 10"
* Bunker Hill Military Academy - "Taps (film)"
* Colonial Fleet Academy - "Battlestar Gallactica"
* Command School - "Ender's Game" - built into an asteroid
* Davidson Military Academy - ""
* Earth Force Academy - "Babylon 5"
* Galbadia Garden - "Final Fantasy VIII" video game
* George Washington Military Academy - "Cadet Kelly", "1-800-Missing" (note: an academy with this name existed in 1947)
* Madison School - "Major Payne"
* High Guard Academy - "Andromeda"
* Marlin Academy -"Malcolm in the Middle", the academy where Francis spends seasons 1-3
* Imperial Academy - "Star Wars"
* Oats Military Academy - "Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure"
* Rollington Academy - "The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy"
* Roway High School - "Cadet Kelly"
* Saganami Naval Academy - "Honor Harrington" series by David Weber
* Starfleet Academy - "Star Trek"
* Taggert Academy - Major Payne
* Trabia Garden - "Final Fantasy VIII" video game
* Wellington Academy - "Major Payne"

Fictional vocational schools, trade schools, and professional schools

*School for Genie Arts and Sciences" - "Genie in the House"
*Academy of Law - "Judge Dredd"
*Bronto Crane Academy - "The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas"
*Ankh Morpork Guild Schools - "Discworld"
*Handsome Boy Modeling School - "Get A Life" (Also the name of a Dan "the Automator" Nakamura project.)
*Hollywood Upstairs Medical College - "The Simpsons" Dr. Nick Riviera's alma mater
*Krusty's Klown Kollege - "The Simpsons"
*Kwikspell ("Correspondence Course in Beginners' Magic") - "Harry Potter"
*Springfield Barber College - "The Simpsons"

Fictional arts schools

*Jewliard - parody of Juilliard for Jewish people, "South Park"
*Pennington School - (creative writing) ""
*Quahog School of Performing Arts - "Family Guy"
*Westley's School for Performing Arts - "Class of 3000"

Other fictional schools

*Arlen Beauty Academy - "King of the Hill"
*Chaska School of Beauty - "Drop Dead Gorgeous"
*Dame Venting's School - "Discworld"; dame school
*Derek Zoolander Center For Children Who Can't Read Good And Wanna Learn To Do Other Stuff Good Too - "Zoolander"
*Duel Academy - "Yu-Gi-Oh! GX"
*Emelius Browne's Correspondence College of Witchcraft - "Bedknobs and Broomsticks"
*Frout Academy of Learning Through Play - "Discworld"; experimental school
*Great House of Roke Isle - "Earthsea" series by Ursula K. LeGuin; school for wizards
*Groosham Grange - by Anthony Horowitz
*Jedi Academy - "Star Wars"
*Larry Storch School of Acting - "Married with Children"
*Larry Storch School of Karate - "Married with Children"
*Larry Storch School of Heating Plant And Air-Conditioning Repair - "Married with Children"
*Lowood - "Jane Eyre"
*Manga Khan School of Melodrama - "Justice League International"
*New Athens Experimental School - "Supergirl" ("Pre-Crisis") and "Aquaman: Sword of Atlantis"
*Owl Correspondence School (OCS): Mister Roger's Neighborhood
*Pokémon Battle Judge Training Institute - "Pokémon" anime
*Pokémon Technical - "Pokémon" anime
*Pokémon Trainers School - "Pokémon Ruby/Sapphire" video games and "anime"
*Mrs. Puff's Boating School - "SpongeBob SquarePants"
*San Francisco Institute of Dance - "Nine Months"
*Seki Cram School - "Chobits"
*Spiteful Sisters of Seven-Handed Sek Charity School - "Discworld"

See also

* School and university in literature
* List of fictional Cambridge colleges
* List of fictional Oxford colleges
* List of fictional fraternities and sororities
* List of fictional institutions
* List of fictional locations
* List of fictional sports teams
* Diploma mill

External links

* [http://www.tvacres.com/schools.htm TV Acres: Schools] - large index of schools from television
* [http://www.saveandromeda.com/allsystems/ All Systems University]
* [http://www.acmewebpages.com/animal/index.html ACME Animal House] - Faber College, Faber, Pennsylvania


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