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The Mariala County Academy, better known as the MCA, is a boarding school created by Darkest Shadow. It is an audition-based school where students, mostly high school students, from nearby or sometimes far from Mariala City audition to go to learn, express their talents, and make new friends.

Courses

NOT FINISHED.

Mathematics

Math is a required four year course.

  • Algebra I- Freshman course
  • Algebra II- Sophomore or Junior course
  • Algebra II Honors- Freshman or Sophomore course
  • Algebra III- Junior course
  • Geometry I- Sophomore or Junior course
  • Geometry I Honors- Freshman course
  • Geometry II Honors- Junior course
  • Trigonometry- Junior or Senior course
  • Pre-Calculus- Junior course
  • AP Pre-Calculus- Junior or Senior course
  • AP Calculus- Senior course

Language Arts

  • English I- Freshman course
  • English I Honors- Freshman course
  • English II- Sophomore course
  • English II Honors- Sophomore course
  • English III- Junior course
  • English III Honors- Junior course
  • English IV- Senior course
  • AP Literature and Composition- Junior or Senior course
  • Poetry and Literature- Sophomore, Junior or Senior course

Science

  • Earth Science- Freshman or Sophomore course
  • Biology- Freshman or Sophomore course
  • Biology Honors- Freshman or Sophomore course
  • AP Environmental Science- Sophomore course
  • AP Human Biology- Junior course
  • Chemistry- Junior course
  • Chemistry Honors- Sophomore or junior course
  • AP Physics- Junior course
  • Physics- Senior course
  • Anatomy- Junior or senior course
  • AP Anatomy- Junior or senior course

Social Studies

  • World History I- Freshman course
  • Lacancory History I Honors- Freshman or sophomore course
  • AP World History- Sophomore course
  • Lacancory History I- Sophomore course
  • World History II- Junior or Senior course
  • US History II- Junior or Senior course
  • AP Ancient History- Junior or Senior course

World Languages

  • Spanish I- Freshman and above course
  • Spanish II & II Honors- Freshman and above course
  • Spanish III & III Honors- Sophomore and above course
  • Spanish IV & IV Honors- Junior or senior course
  • French I- Freshman and above course
  • French II & II Honors- Freshman and above course
  • French III & III Honors- Sophomore and above course
  • French IV & IV Honors- Junior or senior course
  • Italian I- Freshman and above course
  • Italian II & II Honors- Freshman and above course
  • Italian III & III Honors- Sophomore and above course
  • Italian IV & IV Honors- Junior or senior course
  • German I- Freshman and above course
  • German II & II Honors- Freshman and above course
  • German III & III Honors- Sophomore and above course
  • German IV & IV Honors- Junioror senior course
  • Polish I- Freshman and above course
  • Polish II & II Honors- Freshman and above course
  • Polish III & III Honors- Sophomore and above course
  • Polish IV & IV Honors- Junior or senior course
  • Japanese I- Freshman and above course
  • Japanese II- Sophomore and above course
  • Japanese III- Junior or senior course
  • Japanese IV- Senior course
  • Chinese I- Freshman and abouve course
  • Chinese II- Sophomore and above course
  • Chinese III- Junior or senior course
  • Chinese IV- Senior course
  • Russian I- Freshman and above course
  • Russian II-Sophomore and above course
  • Russian III- Junior or senior course
  • Russian IV- Senior course

Sports Offered

  • Archery- 20 people
  • Badminton- 9 people
  • Baseball (♂)- 18 got in (34 tried out)
  • Basketball (♂)- 33 (59 tried out)
  • Basketball (♀)- 24 (31 tried out)
  • Bowling- 10 people
  • Boxing- 6 people
  • Cheerleading- 81 people (43 on varsity) (77 tried out)
  • Cross Country- 28 people
  • Dance Team- 15 people (26 tried out)
  • Diving- 11 people
  • Dodgeball- 20 people
  • Fencing- 12 people
  • Flag Football- 28 people
  • Football (♂)- 58 people (32 on Varsity)
  • Field Hockey- 29 people
  • Golf- 17 people
  • Gymnastics (♂)- 4 people
  • Gymnastics (♀)- 13 people
  • Ice Hockey (♂)- 28 people
  • Karate- 15 got in (19 tried out)
  • Lacrosse- 28 got in (30 tried out)
  • Soccer (♂)- 22 got in(58 tried out)
  • Soccer (♀)- 24 got in(47 tried out)
  • Softball (♀)- 17 got in(29 tried out)
  • Swimming- 35
  • Tennis ()- 15 got in (22 tried out)
  • Tennis (♂)- 11 got in (13 tried out)
  • Track and Field- 47 people
  • Volleyball (♀)- 33 people
  • Water Polo- 9 people
  • Weightlifting (♂)- 8 people
  • Wrestling- 27 people

Alumni

Class of 2012

Class of 2014

Class of 2015

Class of 2016

Class of 2017

Current

Class of 2018

Class of 2019

Class of 2020

Staff

  • Peyton Longbranch (Superintendent)
  • Ellie Colestein (Assistant Superintendent)
  • Silvia Negerno (Dorm Adviser)
  • Mrs. Butwag (Algebra II, AP Geometry and Algebra III)
  • Mrs. Malia (History)
  • Mr. Po (Chinese)
  • Ms. Benardo (Italian I, II and III)
  • Mrs. Scarrone (Italian II Honors, III Honors, IV and IV Honors)
  • Ms. Takanawa (All levels of Japanese)
  • Mr. Ikman (Language Arts)
  • Miss Ranch (Language Arts)
  • Ms. Bluespam (Poetry and Literature)
  • Ms. Jennings (Home Ed and Life Skills)
  • Dr. Ross (Physics and Chemistry)
  • Miss Ragstine (Biology)
  • Mr. Quartz (Art, and Game Programming)
  • Mrs. Lilloux (All levels of French)
  • Ms. Farrell (All-around Music and Tech Theater)
  • Mr. Tik (Phys. Ed)
  • Ms. Magina (Health)
  • Miss Lettie (R&B Vocals and Tech Theater)
  • Mr. Atornimany (Drama, and Play Director)
  • Mr. Balk (Tech Ed.)
  • Ms. Rowans and "Jessie" (Ventriloquism and Puppetry)

History

Quite a while ago, the Mariala County Academy was supposed to be Mariala City's main public high school. It was open to the public as a regular high school. Everyone went there, but it was way to crowded. At that time, there weren't enough teachers. The school had almost 3,000 students attending there! The principal couldn't take control of it; there were classes of 60 people, the cafeteria was way to crowded, and there were complaints about using the bathroom.

Then, the principal sent in these reports to the superintendent, who sent them into the mayor of the city. Then, the mayor made a new start;they were going to build a seperate high school open to the public, and make people audition to get into the MCA. The school became less crowded, now you can actually see the floors. They also expanded the place, and turned it into a dormitory.

Notable Areas

  • Lobby- The main part of the boarding school. This is where everyone just hangs out and has fun. It is equipped with televisions, couches, chairs, a bunch of vending machines, decorative trees, tables, a ping pong table, a pool table, and much more.
  • Dormitory Wing- The wing where the students' bedrooms are. There over 200 rooms in this wing. Each room is uniquely decorated from the person or people staying in that room. The hallways in the wing are carpet. There are public bathrooms, and a special room for the dorm adviser as well.
  • Classrooms- The large hall of where the students go to learn. There is a teacher for almost every subject imaginable. The halls of the classrooms are lined up with lockers, bathrooms, water fountains, ad doors. Classes include, english, mathematics, history, science, geography, physical education, music, and much more.
  • Gymnasium- The site of physical education class, and where the more sporty students go in their free time. There are two gyms in the area, one is for phys ed. class, and one is for basketball games and tournaments. They have a locker room for each gender, and a giant closet to keep everything in.
  • Pool- Where most kids go for either just to hang out, or the MA Swim/Diving Team. The pool ranges from 3 to 20 feet deep. It has 25m lap-lanes for the swim team, 7 meter platforms for the diving team, high dives, low dives, and three water slides.
  • Auditorium- Where school assemblies, school concerts, and the winter/spring musicals/plays are held. The auditorium is filled with 4 squares of 20 rows of seats;each row having 20 chairs. The stage is absolutely huge, with 3 sets of red curtains.
  • Cafeteria- The place where the students and teachers gather for breakfast, lunch and dinner. There is a hot food bar with a different food menu each day, and a cold food bar with sandwiches and salads. It's optional to bring in a packed lunch/breakfast. The cafeteria has a bunch of circular tables for everyone.
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