|3-gatsu no Lion 2||Buy||See Sangatsu no Lion 2|
|7O3X Fastest Finger First||Rent||See Nana Maru San Batsu|
|A Centaur's Life||Unevaluated||See Centaur no Nayami|
|A Certain Scientific Railgun S||Rent||See To Aru Kagaku no Railgun S|
|A Destructive God Sits Next to Me||Unevaluated||See Boku no Tonari ni Ankoku Hakaishin ga Imasu|
|A Literary Girl||Rent||See Bungaku Shoujo|
|A Presidente da Associação de Estudantes é uma Empregada (Portuguese)||Rent||See Kaichou wa Maid-sama!|
|A Silent Voice||Buy||See Koe no Katachi|
|Watch||Based on a four-panel manga A channel by Kuroda BB serialized in Houbunsha's Manga Time Kirara Carat magazine since 2008. The story revolves around the everyday life of four high school girls: The flighty Run, The reckless Tooru, The timid Yuuko, and The level-headed Nagi.|
|A-Channel the animation||Watch||See A-Channel|
Koryo Academy is a martial artistry high school with an odd enrolment test for applicants.
Ace wo Nerae! (TV)
On her first day at Nishi High School, the first year Hiromi Oka is inspired by one her sempais, Ryuuzaki Ochoufuji Reika to join the tennis club. The arrival of the new (Davis Cup winner) tennis coach Munakata Jin upsets the varsity team line up, and Oka finds herself as a member of the competing team. New to the game of tennis and unsure of herself, Oka has to struggle against the torments of the rival whom she displaced and severe challenges of the new coach to find her place on the awarded Nishi tennis team.
Yoshiko Hanabatake is an air-brained student whose only goal is to eat bananas. Her longtime neighbor Akuru Akutsu forces a semblance of discipline upon her.
|Aim for the Ace! (TV)||Unevaluated||See Ace wo Nerae! (TV)|
|Air The Movie||Watch||See Gekijouban Air|
High School: (Story/Location) Self-explanatory. High School (grades 10-12) should play a major role in the title. A typical High School series will include a Sports Festival, a Cultural Festival, a School Trip, and the decision about attending college vs. getting a job. Related categories: "Elementary School", "Middle School", "College".