Going on my big sister’s recommendation, I’ve transferred to Ainoshima Academy! With summer break over, a new semester of fall events awaits. As I walk to class on my first day, my heart races in anticipation at what my new campus life will be like. That is, until students approach me a short distance from the campus gate… You see, Ainoshima Academy has two student councils that are always vying against each other:
Gekka Council: Steeped in history and tradition, Gekka is as old as the academy. Its supporters wear uniforms featuring flowing, dark-green skirts for added noblesse.
Tendo Council: Tendo is a new student council formed after Gekka. Its supporters prefer a dress style incorporating the latest in uniform chic, including burgundy bolero jackets, pleated miniskirts, and neckties.
Meanwhile, various student associations have been involved in a proxy war, with the sports teams supporting Gekka and the liberal arts clubs backing Tendo. Before I transferred, the student vote was split evenly between them, which means my vote will be the one that decides who gets the majority! Word has it that a similar deadlock happened six years ago, and a transfer student broke it.
Gekka Vice President Mashiro: “I wish the sports and liberal arts kids could just get along.”
Tendo Secretary Tateha: “With your vote, something might change around here.”
I was planning to live my new campus life peacefully, but as the academy’s 777th student, the entire student population is watching my every move.
With two student councils to deal with, plus the ongoing proxy war, my new life at Ainoshima Academy is already off to a challenging start!