The mission of the Janardan Academy is to ensure that students reach their full potential in order to become accomplished individuals and contributing members to an ever-changing global society. This is achieved through quality programs that develop and nurture skills in an environment that is enhanced by community support. We endeavour to build successful relations between students, staff, and the community.
The Janardan Academy is a school made famous by the Dragyn family. It is a well-funded public school that offers a wide variety of programs.
Jemdrull, Khatt, Menlo, Swimming, and many others.
Dean: Hart Demori
Administration: Jaceen Lapices
The front foyer is also what you would call the backbone of the academy as it is here in this central stem where all academy operations are meticulously maintained. It is likewise here along a wide stretch of marbled hallway that you can find the Main Office and private office of the Janardan principal, Hart Demori, the Student Registrar which exists as a side add-on to the Main Office that aids students in registering and transferring to the academy, the Guidance Office, the Nurse's Office, the Staff Room, as well as miscellaneous smaller offices belonging to various staff members.
The courtyard is where students are permitted to go when they are not expected at a class. Teachers can usually be found patrolling the area, ready to intervene in events and offer their assistance should it be needed. The courtyard is usually full of games, conversation, quarrels, and the odd adventure.
Ethereal rays shine down through the domed skylight above, cascading down to fill the almost fully underground stadium. The Janardan Stadium is immense, roughly the size of three football fields. The central zone is where Jemdrull League and Menlo players come to compete and practise. Towering bleachers surround it on all sides and are usually full when a game is in progress. Two smaller fields are positioned off to the sides. These ones are often used for scrimmages and are frequented by Janardan gym classes.
Underneath the layers of classrooms, offices, and other rooms lie the dormitories. Here, the average student or teacher can retreat from the noise of the classroom to the quiet of their own personal living space. This space is offered free of charge to all of those that either learn or work at the Academy. Students are usually grouped two or three per room, where as the teachers, occupying the lower levels of the dormitories, can opt for private rooms. A registration list of students, teachers, and their room numbers can be found in the Registrar's Office.