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|Pokemon World School Rating Year 20 AB|
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|Bubbi||Mar 28 2013, 08:13 PM Post #1|
Unova News & World Report ― Yearly School Ratings
The numbers are in and the figures have been calculated. Every year, UN&WR gathers the numbers and figures of the Pocket Monster Studies (PMS for short), which are the same exams that are given to students in schools around the world during the months of January and February. These exams are used to study the performance of the students on learning materials that should have been taught in class that school year. Also determined by these exams are how well the school performs overall.
This year, three schools have joined our top ranking list for the first time ever. In first place, Kanto's Pewter High School located in Pewter City jumped up in seven spots to achieve first place. The recent-turnaround in scores come after several changes in the staff at the school after a notorious siege on the school forced half of its teacher population to be fired. With Principal Faust as the new head of school, raving reviews for the accomplished school have set a high bar for what high schools are meant to be. In second place, the Dragon Secondary Institute in Opelucid City, Unova made a remarkable effort in upgrading their current courses and curriculum over the past few months as a member of the highly esteemed Unova Unified School District. The school intends to expand its student population increasingly during the next school year as the campus continually adds new buildings for its students. Coming in third place is Eternal Light High School in Eterna City, Sinnoh which has made outstanding progress in the field of psychiatry and mathematics. It is now one of the premiere schools in Sinnoh.
Richmond's School of Art and Skills, Virbank High School, and The Fallarbor Gifted Institute have all fallen to fourth, fifth, and sixth places, respectively.
The Pokemon Arts Academy, formerly one of the most prestigious schools in the world and with the longest record of consecutive first-place rankings, fell to the dead bottom last of the rankings nearly a decade ago. Now for the first time the school has risen from the slump. Still on the bottom of the list, the school has made significant improvements and has jumped ten ranks. Still in the bottom 20 is no achievement, however. Despite this, there have been extreme revamps in the school by the current head principal Principal Dante by ordering dozens of new construction plans to renovate the school for incoming students and students already at the school. “We expect things to get much better with the proper up-to-date equipment we are dishing out in the upcoming months,” the professor notes.
Despite these plans, the PokeNational Board of Education have already begun to intervene on behalf of the school in lieu of the fair warning they issued out last year. Faculty and staff hired by the PNBoE have already begun taking positions at the school despite the increasing performance this past year. Cassandra Paxton, president of the Board and incoming staff at the Pokemon Arts Academy, says, “We’d rather step in now than step in when it’s too late. The pressing issues at this school deserve immediate and strict government control.”
For further ratings on the schools this past year, turn to page A19.
For an extensive interview of the much talked-of and mysterious assistant principal of PAA as well as a reveal of their true identity at last, turn to page A28.
Article originally published in Unova News & World Report's monthly magazine.
Edited by Bubbi, Jun 22 2014, 09:59 AM.
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