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Alexander Nigma High (more commonly known as A. Nigma High) was founded by the school's first principal, Alexander Nigma in Toronto, Ontario. It is the school which Lee Ping goes to, and the main setting for the series. It was also the site of the Prank that Lee was framed for, which kicked off the start of the series.The school seems to serve as cover for an underground laboratory, which seems to involve experiments that closely relate to both Lee Ping, The Red Tazelwurm, and the Coral Grove cult.
School structure (chart)Edit
|Camillio Martinez||Student||Council and Class President|
|Tina Kwee||Student||News Team|
|Chaz Monorainian||Student||News Team|
|Mrs. Lob||Teacher (formerly)||Staff (formerly)|
|Coach Pummel||Teacher/Coach (formerly)||Staff (formerly)|
|Kimmie||Student||Glamazons / Popular kids|
|Brandy Silver||Student||Glamazons / Popular kids|
|Veronica Victoria||Vice-Principal (formerly)||Staff (formerly)|
|Ed||Student||Down With Lee Club|
|Dick Andrews||Student||Popular kids|
|Brad Von Chilstein||Student||Popular kids|
List of StaffEdit
The Students of the school follows a form of social order based on appearance and their abilities:
- The Athletically fit Jocks.
- The pretty, popular and rich females the Glamazon's.
- The ever moody Emo's.
- The Math savvy Mathletes.
- The Air headed Skaters.
- A Nigma High's own rock Band Dudes of Darkness.
- The school news team.
- The antagonistic 15th Graders.
- The environmentally aware TreeHuggers.
- The dedicated Bird Watching Club.
- The social Outcasts.
- The smart Genius Club
- The framed Detentionaires
- A. Nigma is, most likely, a reference to a word enigma which means mystery.
- The school's emblem has The Red Tazelwurm.
- A MCMXLV on the school emblem stands for 1945, which is most likely a date of school's establishment.
- The A in A. Nigma is likely to be from the first letter of Alexander Nigma's name or his wife, Anastasia Nigma.
- The A does stand for Alexander, as seen in The Curse of Earl Nigma.
- Almost all of the staff are clones of famous scientist/artist throughout history as seen in Common Denominator.