This page will cover various types of terminology found in the You-Zitsu series.

Terms Edit

S-Point (Sポイント, Esu Pointo): Also known as S-System (Sシステム, Esu Shisutemu) in the anime, S-Point is one of the founding characteristics that largely contributes to the prestige of Advanced Nurturing High School and the promising future of its students. However, the concept of this system has yet to be revealed.

Class Point (クラスポイント, Kurasu Pointo): These are evenly given to students in each class and varies between classes, depending on class' performance. Though all the accounted factors are still not clearly exposed, one thing's for sure is that they accumulate through class' effort to improve academic standing. Additionally, these values are announced at the end of each month. However, on the rare case where there's a dispute between classes, their respective class points are on-hold and in-deliberation. One class point equals 100 private points.

Private Point (プライベートポイント, Puraibēto Pointo): These are the transferable quantitative values that each student possess which can be utilized for transactions, commercial trade, and contract as they are convertible in monetary unit. The value also grows for each student at the start of each month by the factor of 100 to the class points their respective classes hold; which means, if the class maintains 1,000 class points for the whole month, it is expected that each student in that class would have an additional 100,000 private points at the start of the following month. Each point is worth 1 yen in currency.

Special Exam ( (とく) (べつ) () (けん) , Tokubetsu Shiken): An exam conducted to determine the class points for each class.

Paper Shuffle (ペーパーシャッフル, Pēpā Shaffuru):

Assessment ( (ひょう) () , Hyōka): Every 1st of July, an interviewer conducts an entrance examination across the campus and the following statistical factors are included in his/her criteria to decide which class the student fits the best.

  • Academic Ability ( (がく) (りょく) , Gakuryoku): Academic ability is ranked by education attainment and academic qualifications of the student.
  • Intellect ( () (せい) , Chisei): Intellect is ranked by the performance of the students in written examination and oral interview.
  • Judgment Ability ( (はん) (だん) (りょく) , Handanryoku)
  • Physical Ability ( (しん) (たい) (のう) (りょく) , Shintai Nōryoku)
  • Cooperativeness ( (きょう) 調 (ちょう) (せい) , Kyōchō-sei): Cooperativeness is ranked by the willingness and ability to work with others.

Organizations Edit

Classes: In this academic institution, under the arrangement of S-Points, classes from each year level are divided into four levels and are ranked accordingly to assimilate and practice meritocracy. Class A through D labels are provisional and can change based on class point assignments. The class with the current highest total class points will be named Class A, with B, C, and D, being named respectively in descending order. In order to transfer class, an amount of 20,000,000 private points is required.[1]

  • A-Class (Aクラス, Ei Kurasu)
  • B-Class (Bクラス, Bī Kurasu)
  • C-Class (Cクラス, Shī Kurasu)
  • D-Class (Dクラス, Dī Kurasu)

Student Council ( (せい) () (かい) , Seitokai): This is the central body of the school organized and conducted by selected students in the academy. They are responsible not only for watchlisting class points ranking but also they preside for judicial processes inside the institution.

Faculty Member ( (きょう) (いん) , Kyōin): It is not clear whether the teachers for each academic subject are rotated per classes, however, one thing's for sure, the homeroom teacher for each class never gets replaced until the graduation. So far, the only known homeroom teachers are the following: Sae Chabashira (Class 1-D), Chie Hoshinomiya (Class 1-B), Kazuma Sakagami (Class 1-C), and Tomoya Mashima (Class 1-A)


  • Archery Club ( (きゅう) (どう) () , Kyūdō-bu): A sports organization devoted to archery, which is a sport, practice or skill of using a bow to propel arrows. The only known member of this club is Akito Miyake.
  • Art Club ( () (じゅつ) () , Bijutsu-bu): An organization devoted to arts. All forms of art are invited to this club and every member is open to express their art dedication in the ways they can. The only known members of this club are Masumi Kamuro, Chihiro Shiranami, and Satoru Kaneda.
  • Basketball Club (バスケ () , Basuke-bu): A sports organization devoted to basketball. It is known that they have the student council's permission on training for hours at the school covered court. New members are also given the chance to be drafted, a privilege which enables them to play with the regulars in the club.[2] The only known members of this club are Ken Sudō, Kyogo Komiya, and Reo Kondō.
  • Cuisine Club ( (りょう) () () , Ryōri-bu): An organization dedicated to the study of cuisines. The only known member of this club is Satsuki Shinohara.
  • Soccer Club (サッカー () , Sakkā-bu): A sports organization devoted to soccer. The only known members of this club are Yōsuke Hirata and Sō Shibata.
  • Tea Ceremony Club ( (ちゃ) (どう) () , Chadōbu): An organization dedicated to the study of ceremonial preparation and presentation of matcha, powdered green tea. The only known member of this club is Hiyori Shiina.
  • Tennis Club (テニス () , Tenisu-bu): A sports organization devoted to tennis. The only known member of this club is Masayoshi Hashimoto.

Locations Edit

Advanced Nurturing High School ( (こう) () (いく) (せい) (こう) (とう) 学校 (がっこう) , Kōdo Ikusei Kōtō Gakkō)

Deserted island ( () (じん) (とう) , Mujintō)

White Room (ホワイトルーム, Howaito Rūmu)

References Edit

  1. You-Zitsu Episode 8
  2. You-Zitsu Episode 4

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