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Wonderland High is a school in Wonderland where many students attend if they do not choose to be home-schooled. It is the school where Chester and Red attended before the latter was chosen to be sent to Auradon.

History[]

Wonderland High appears for the first time in Beyond the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel as the school which Chester and Red attend

Description[]

The school's motto is "mouth's shut, ears open" and all students are expected to be well-behaved and only speak when spoken to. It is run by The Duchess who does not tolerate misconduct, it is described as having hallways, many classrooms and The Duchess' office.

Locations[]

School Entrance[]

The entrance in which the students enter.

Hallway[]

The hallway is where students will walk when moving to and from classes.

Croquet field[]

It is where the students play croquet and doubles as a gym.

Cafeteria[]

It is where the students eat.

The Duchess' Office[]

The Duchess' office is located on the third floor and is the office belonging to the headmistress, it has many autobiographies of the Queen of Hearts and has a wardrobe with coats belonging to the room's owner.

Classes[]

Science[]

Science class is a class taught by Maddox Hatter who teaches students various topics such as how the "EAT ME" and "DRINK ME" items are made and how things can be exposed to a chemical and not be damaged, he expects his students to do homework, it is Red's favorite class and the class Chester had on his first day.

Other Classes[]

  • Riddles
  • Etiquette
  • Principles of Card Mastery
  • Gym class

Trivia[]

  • Maddox Hatter studied at Wonderland High.
  • The War of the Roses is the first subject to be taught at the school.
  • It is mentioned that the school is close to the The Duchess's mansion and the Hatter House while it is far from the Queen of Hearts's castle.
  • The school was housed in an old manor.
  • Graduates either go on to join the ranks of the soldiers or join the Queen of Hearts court of nobility.
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