Since its inception in 2015, Classroom of the Elite has evolved into a manga series with an ongoing light novel sequel; both have been created by the original author, Shgo Kinugasa. When Suzune Horikita and Kikyo Kushida meet, Kiyotaka Ayanokji, a calm and modest youngster, begins to get entangled in a variety of events. All that you need to know is about the second season of the anime, which was released in 2017.
The second season of Classroom of the Elite has been set for February 21, 2022. Since its premiere in 2012, this was the only piece of information about the show that has been released. The first episode of the next season will air on July 1st, 2022. The development of a third season has also been confirmed, with a release date of 2023 already established.
We’ll fill you in on what we know and don’t know about Classroom of the Elite season two in the following paragraphs. Discover when the anime could be released, if there’s a trailer and much more about this interesting series in our in-depth review.
Classroom of the Elite season 2 release date
Currently, there is just one season of Classroom of the Elite, which aired from July 12 to September 27 last year and had a total of 12 episodes. Only over a quarter of the original light novel series’ total number of volumes were adapted for these three episodes.
As there are six volumes left in the second series, there’s enough material for a second season to adapt, which had supporters hoping that a second season announcement would come shortly after the end of the first season. However, this was not the case.
However, unlike other shows airing at the same time, such as My Hero Academia and Attack on Titan, Classroom of the Elite never became an overnight sensation. In spite of its relatively low profile and somewhat committed fanbase, The Walking Dead’s creators were reluctant to reveal any intentions for future seasons.
Fans were thrilled when it was announced in February 2022 that Classroom of the Elite would be returning for a second season, over five years after the first one finished airing. It was a complete surprise, and no one was prepared for it. However, this just served to enhance the overall experience.
However, the announcement was only a brief one, revealing only that a special live event devoted to the series will premiere on March 6, 2022. More information regarding the future season will be revealed on the broadcast.
As previously said, there was a great deal of new material presented during the live presentation. Our expectations were verified, but we were also given some excellent news. The second season of Classroom of the Elite is released on 4 July 2022. In addition, the third season of Classroom of the Elite will be made and released in 2023.
Classroom of the Elite season 2 trailer
This season’s trailer wasn’t available when we first wrote about it. As a last resort, we turned to Shunsaku Tomose, the series’ original illustrator, for an official illustration.
A full trailer wasn’t released until the March 2022 event verified a lot of new information about the season’s release, so we were able to watch a preview of the next season, which you can see below.
Also revealed in the teaser were the release dates for the next seasons 2 and 3.
Classroom of the Elite season 2 plot
The greatest high school in Japan, according to many, is Kdo Ikusei. One hundred percent acceptance to the Grandes Ecoles plus a guarantee of landing the dream career makes this the pinnacle of Japanese educational achievement. Using points instead of cash, you can purchase anything you choose at this institution (food, games, consoles, etc.).
Each student starts out with 100,000 points, which is equal to 100,000 yen. While Kdo Ikusei High School appears to be a true paradise, it’s actually a place of oppression for everyone save the most privileged kids. It is true that each month, the class obtains a certain amount of points based on its grades and behavior.
To qualify as an S system, total scores are divided into four categories: A (best), B (average), C (average), and D (worst). In addition, if a student fails to score at least half of the class average on a written exam, they will be ejected from the school. Kiyotaka Ayanokji is said to have been “negligent” during his admission exam for “some” reason.
Thus, he finds himself placed in the lowest-ranked class, Class D, where all the “lower” kids are placed to be mocked. One day after meeting Suzune Horikita and Kiky Kushida, two females in his class, Kiyotaka Ayanokji makes the decision that he would work along with them to raise the grades in his class and similarly their points.
These paragraphs provided a high-level summary of Classroom of the Elite’s storyline. Because we don’t know the actual episode count for Season 2, we can only assume how much of the original series will be adapted for the second season. If we knew the precise episode count for Season 2, we could make some educated guesses.
To give you an idea of what you might anticipate from the upcoming season, the only thing we know for sure is that Volume 4 of the light novel series will be adapted.
This time, the D-class students face a group exam following their impressive performance in the island event. All students from class-A to class-D have been divided into 12 groups, each with a “VIP” member, and each group is trying to identify the “VIP” member of the other groups. The test has entirely altered.
The mood of rivalry amongst the classes was disrupted elsewhere by this “test.” Katsuragi and Ryen, two of the most talented students in each class, have already met the exam’s goal, so what will they do to win? Kioytaka was intrigued by Karuizawa at the same time.
Classroom of the Elite season 2 cast
As far as we know, the core cast of Classroom of the Elite isn’t going to undergo any major alterations. There will undoubtedly be some new characters introduced, but the primary cast will remain mostly intact until the very end (of the first series, at least). So, we expect the core voice cast to return for not only season 2 but for all future seasons, as is the unspoken rule of modern-day anime adaptations.
You can expect to hear a lot more from the original cast members of Classroom of the Elite in season two and season three.
- Kiyotaka Ayanokouji, voiced by Shōya Chiba
He is the main protagonist. Reserved, cold and of few accurate words, he is a young man who does not appear to be what he really is. He hides and tries to forget a shady past since in various childhood memories of him he appears to have been in some special government training center called until now “the white room”.
- Suzune Horikita, voiced by Akari Kitō
Ayanokouji’s bank mate. She is as cold and reserved as he is, but by her own choice. As she discovers Ayanokouji’s great hidden talent, she seeks to find out more about it, while at the same time moving up the classes.
- Kikyou Kushida, voiced by Yurika Kubo
A popular girl who is also in class D has a seemingly nice and cheerful personality and also seeks to befriend everyone in the school. However, behind her cheerful and caring facade, she has an alternate personality that is violent, cold-blooded, obnoxious, and manipulative.
- Airi Sakura, voiced by M.A.O
A young woman with low self-esteem and fond of photography and modeling, she was harassed by a salesman until she is rescued by Ayanokouji.
- Yousuke Hirata, voiced by Ryōta Ōsaka He is the leader of class D. He is an optimistic young man who cares about his group, as well as having quite a few skills. However, in situations, he relies on advice from both Ayanokouji and Horikita. Karuizawa’s boyfriend.
- Ken Sudou, Kanji Ike, and Haruki Yamauchi, voiced by Eiji Takeuchi, Daiki Abe, and Mutsuki Iwanaka respectively
They are the “losers” of the class. Sudou has great sports skills, both Ike and Yamauchi do not have great qualities but neither excels in academic skills. Sudou, especially, is the most hot-tempered and has come close to expulsion the most times, continually being saved by Ayanokouji and Horikita.
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