If you have interest in a particular class that you should wish to take, please see the class schedule posted in all the common areas and the bulletin board in the entrance hall.
The following classes will be taught:
Mutations & Powers
My powers? I can walk on air. Like you would stairs. I’ve gotten pretty good at it but sosetimes I find myself up in high places and unsure how I got there.
You walk on air? Well ain’t that an interesting one. Neat.
Well, nice talking to you Nancy, I’ll see you around campus, I hope.
Ah. I see. It is very hard to teach something that is different for everyone, I suppose. not very many people qualified and not much way to qualify them.
But if you could it would be nice to have some.
There’ll be a noticed posted in a few days, if we do decide to continue the classes, so if you’re interested, keep an eye out for that.
I’m always doing that.
I was wondering about the classes? I heard there were a few to help us.
Classes? Actually the official classes have been put on hold for a while, I’m afraid to say. We don’t have enough teachers on staff to do so—though thankfully, there are a few older mutants that have volunteered, of sorts, to hold a few positions. There is Aaron West, and also Ms. Zhen Yang. There are a few others as well, Like Mr. Moran. And a couple of Doctors working in the Infirmary. There’s also my partner in crime, Earl, though he’s a tad difficult to work with as a student.
Though, I’ve been looking into bring more classes back—I think I may have enough staff on hand to do so, but, we’ll see.
Sorry, I was rambling again wasn’t I? I don’t mean to. [takes the key and puts it on the chain around her neck]
Thank you for showing me the way and all.
Aha, don’t worry about it, dear.
Not a problem—its what I am here for. If you have any further quandaries, do feel free to come to my office for assistance.
I’m older than you are.
Yes, well, when have I ever done anything useful for the academy, Jeremy? It’s more like a title and a way to get away with scaring small children. [chuckles]
Yeah, well. Guess that means you’re ancient.
Ah, yes. Well. You used to teach a class or two.
And speaking of such, don’t you think its time we open up a few classes once again? I can’t stand seeing all these children mucking about in the corridors at insane hours of the day.
I am really bad at losing things so I guess I should put this on a chain or something. I lost my house once. Couldn’t find it anywhere. Of course the streets look so different from the sky, you know what I mean? Of course you don’t know what I mean. Sorry.
Ehe, fabulous. Just take the key—don’t lose it—put it on a chain if you must. There’re only three keys to each room, so, don’t loose it. You’re roommate has the other. As does, er, administration.