Coral Springs High

The school was founded in 1991 by Captain Liberty and the Global League of Decency. Initially as a protective program for the children of supers, at the time threatened in a plot by Dr. Obliterate. A villain from the future, he came to stop his nemesis by defeating his ancestors. Honey Badger, who later marries Captain Liberty, stayed with the children and as they were kept from school she took over these duties.

The school seems to find enough students to average 10-12 students per grade.

Curriculum

English 4 credits
Science 3 credits
Math 3 credits
Language 3 credits
History 2 credits
Art 1 credit
Super PE 2 credits
Super Interests 2 Credits
Admin Courtyard
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Before converted to a school, the admin hub.

While the above is required to graduate, students must 6 classes per year, for a total credit count of 24. This leaves one elective per year. Students may take up to 7 classes per year for additional electives and college preparation. Super PE is required, this is physical condition and is exclusive of team training activities which do not count for credits but are required. The only languages offered in the school are the traditional three of Spanish, German and French. Students interested in other languages may find remedial teaching from the local schools of New Hampshire.

Teams

The student body is divided up into teams, where students of similar philosophies may train together. In a way set up to further ideas amongst the hero community, these have become teams. The students not only train together with their abilities, but also compete against the other teams in the school activities and sports. Teams are limited to 14 members, leaving 3-4 per grade to be allowed onto the team. If the school should ever have more than 48 students, which has never happened, the teams will have to up their rosters. More in teams.

Facilities

Dorms

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The dorms are broken off into their own sections, one hub for each of the teams with enough rooms to accommodate the current student body. Each team hub includes its own kitchen and recreation area and off this center hub are the rooms. Each is designed for two students to occupy. There is enough space to study for each student, their own desk provided by the school, and a couple of chairs to relax. Fellow students can easily visit during appropriate hours. Girls with girls and boys with boys only, no mingling between the dorms.

Dress Code

Gym and Team Uniforms are by teams.

For class, there is a standard dress code.

Appropriate School Colors:

Forest Green for Polos; ties and accessories (socks) should be forest green (white accented) or team colors once assigned to a team, emblem must by school emblem.

Hair:

Hair should be neatly kept and not a distraction.

Jewelry:

Pierced rings other than on the earlobes are not acceptable. Ear cuffs are not acceptable.

Boys/Girls

Polo Shirt:

The green or white Coral Springs Polo Shirt may be worn from the start of school to November 1 and from April 1 to the end of the school year. The polo shirt must be purchased from the uniform com- pany and is the ONLY alternative to the uniform shirt.

Boys

Shirts:

ONLY the approved Coral Springs shirt with the Coral Springs monogram may be worn and must be bought through the uniform company. All shirts are to be prop- erly buttoned (no more than one button shall be undone and collar buttons shall be fastened). Shirts shall be tucked in at all times. Ties must be worn appropriately at all times with shirts. No garment un- derneath the shirt shall be visible.

Soral Springs Sweater/Blazer

ONLY the Coral Springs sweater, Coral Springs sweater vest or Coral Springs blazer may be worn. All may be purchased in the bookstore, or through the uniform company. The wearing of the sweater/ blazer is optional throughout the school year.

Slacks

Slacks shall be solid, neat, pre- sentable, professional dress slacks in a shade of black, brown/khaki, or blue. No top stitching of slacks will be ac- ceptable. Slacks must be worn appro- priately at the waist or hip so that no undergarments are visible at any time. Jeans, cords, baggies, cargos, carpen- ters, stretch or spandex pants, slit or frayed pants, pants with rivets, are un- acceptable.

Belts

Solid color belts must be worn.

Shoes

Closed toe, hard-soled dress shoes. Leather or suede shall be con- sidered acceptable dress. Athletic shoes, skate shoes, slipper-type, Uggs- style, hiking boots, or work boots are unacceptable.

Socks: Only solid in color and must be worn at all times.

Girls

BG sweater

ONLY the Coral Springs sweater, Coral Springs sweater vest or solid color blazer may be worn. All may be purchased in the bookstore, or through the uniform company. The wearing of the sweater/ blazer is optional throughout the school year.

Blouses:

ONLY the approved Coral Springs blouses, with the Coral Springs monogram, may be worn and must be bought through the uniform company. All blouses are to be properly buttoned (no more than two buttons shall be undone and collar but- tons shall be fastened.) The new style of blouse is not tucked in, however, the old style of blouse must be tucked in at all times. No garments under- neath the blouse shall be visible.

skirts:

ONLY the approved Coral Springs pleated skirts may be worn and must be bought through the uniform company and can only be 2” above the knee. Shorts may be worn underneath the skirt, provided they are not visible below the hemline.

Slacks:

Slacks shall be solid, neat, present- able, professional dress slacks in a shade of black, brown/khaki, or blue. No top stitching of slacks will be ac- ceptable. Slacks must be worn appro- priately at the waist or hip so that no undergarments are visible at any time. Jeans, cords, baggies, cargos, carpen- ters, stretch, yoga or spandex pants, slit or frayed pants, pants with rivets, and form fitting pants are unaccept- able.

Belts:

Must be solid in color if worn.

Stockings / Knee Socks / Tights/ Nylons:

Must be worn and may not be a distraction.

Shoes:

Closed toe, hard-soled dress shoes. Leather or suede shoes shall be considered acceptable dress. Heels must be reasonable in height. Athletic shoes, skate shoes, slipper-type shoes, Uggs, canvas Tom’s, hiking boots or work boots are unacceptable.

Weekends/Time Off

Mainland (Shady Cove)

As we are on an island, visiting the mainland is limited to weekends, a ferry service is provided for this. This isn't to oocly limit folks to the school, just put logs on weekend dates if you're off to town. Or you can go into town if you sneak out and stuff.

Secondary to this, any 3+ days off, a student can travel where they like. Including off to big cities on the east coast and such.

This should give ample time to move around to go do hero things away from the area as one likes.

Alumni

As much as there are many fine alumni of Coral Springs, there are those who have gone onto more nefarious career options after graduating, as well as those that just didn't make graduation.

For more on Alumni, please visit the Alumni page.

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