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The U.S. High School of Heroes is the #1 ranked high school for heroics in the U.S.A. an is considered as the second top Hero Academy in the world. Students are separated based on their abilities into specific Departments and Classes - A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J and K, modeled after U.A. High School. At the entrance, there is a security wall nicknamed "The Gate" that automatically closes if a person does not have a Student ID Card or Special Entry Permission ID. Many precautions have been made to keep members of the press and villains out all throughout the school grounds. The Villains Syndicate's Proving Grounds operates with the same frame work.

Dress Code

H.H. Does not abide by any dress code, unlike U.A. High. Instead, the Principal and founder of H.H., Technomancer, encourages students to dress however they please. The belief is that Heroes can only flourish to their fullest potential if they are fully embracing themselves.

The V.S. Proving Grounds, the villains equivalent of H.H., do not observe a dress code as well. There is no philosophical reason for this, they just do not care. Although judgement on ones attire is to be expected by villains, so don't be surprised if a Villain makes some unwanted comments.


Department of Heroes/Or Villains

Students learn everything they need to know to become excellent heroes/villains in service of the community/themselves and work towards the qualifications necessary to be allowed to use their Quirks in public spaces.

  • Class 1-A
  • Class 1-B

Department of General Education

Students who don't make the cut for the hero/villain department are included in this department. It boasts a top-notch education with an eclectic lineup of teachers. The department of general education supports students aiming for college and other pursuits. It is also possible for students with exceptional grades to be transferred to the hero department.

  • Class 1-C
  • Class 1-D
  • Class 1-E

Department of Support

Students in this department focus on developing support equipment that help heroes/villains out on the battlefield. With a workspace stocked to the brim with all sorts of executive tools, the department provides an unmatched creative environment.

  • Class 1-F
  • Class 1-G
  • Class 1-H

Department of Management

This department focuses on all aspects of heroic/villain business, from founding and managing hero/villain agencies/networks to executive producing heroes/villains. They even do hands-on lessons in venture capitalism.

  • Class 1-I
  • Class 1-J
  • Class 1-K
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