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Houou Gakuen Misoragumi  
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From Aerandria Scans:

Kei is a girl who's only interested in other girls! However, tricked by her mother, she enrolled in an all boys school, thinking that she'd be able to make her high school debut at a co-ed school. To normal girls, being surrounded with hot guys at an all boys school might be heaven, but to Kei, this is hell! What is Kei to do at this place without any other girls, where she has to try her best to keep her real identity a secret?!


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Associated Names
โรงเรียนป่วน ก๊วน MiSORA
Beautiful Skies of Houou High
Houou Gakuen Misora-gumi
Houou High School Misoragumi
Lớp học Misora

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Latest Release(s)
v.4 c.20 by Wild*Hope over 6 years ago
v.4 c.19 by Wild*Hope over 6 years ago
v.2 c.12 by Aerandria Scans over 6 years ago
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Status in Country of Origin
4 Volumes (Complete)

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User Rating
Average: 7.5 / 10.0 (475 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.44 / 10.0
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Last Updated
March 25th 2018, 5:40am PST



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Original Publisher

Serialized In (magazine)
Comic Blade Avarus (Mag Garden)

Licensed (in English)

English Publisher
DMP (volume 1: print discontinued due to homophobia complaints; volumes 2-4: digital; complete)

Activity Stats (vs. other series)
Weekly Pos #555 increased(+33)
Monthly Pos #911 increased(+44)
3 Month Pos #1212 increased(+157)
6 Month Pos #1276 increased(+119)
Year Pos #1434 decreased(-107)

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Ouran High School Host Club but with controversial personalities   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by Passivelypassionate
February 22nd, 2018, 11:53pm
I'm so sad that so many people said it's homophobic. But well when I first read this, i thought, "the mom doesn't want her child to fall in love with girls and put her in all boys school.. hmm what an extreme way to be homophobic." Then after that people would call this homophobic. I'm just.. the protagonist. Is. A lesbian. She love girls and maybe she became bi only for that short guy. One homophobe character and then you call the whole manga homophobe. What about the protag barfing to guys, you don't call it heterophobe? 😭 Daamn it, gender equality? Besides that, I laughed for the sake of comedy. But for a shoujo, the male lead is being pretty much a sadist. I take this as Ouran High School Host Club spiced with controversial personalities. It's refreshing for this kind of harem atmosphere. And I love this manga since a long time ago and still loving it.

... Last updated on February 22nd, 2018, 11:54pm
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Bad Parenting   
Rating: N/A
by princess_bubblegum
August 5th, 2017, 9:57am
I really hate the mother of the heroine... She is selfish and manipulative...
She deceived her own daughter and put her in an all boys school in the hopes of converting her.
And whats more this said school is full of elite students.
Her self interest in making her daughter find a man to marry for money, utterly disgust me...

I've had enough, I couldn't bring myself to finish this manga...
I know this is only a fiction but it's really hurtful to read....
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She didn't turn 'straight'   
Rating: N/A
by Kurarara
December 1st, 2016, 2:21pm
I loved the ending. She didn't get 'cured' or anything. In a lot of BL, a straight guy falls in love with a another guy, so why is it impossible to do the same? First of all, the ending is open, and you can interpret it anyway you want. For me, I see it as a sign of friendship, but it's not homophobic or wrong to interpret it romantically. She's still a person who is still learning about herself, and discovering herself. Also, this whole "cure her homosexuality" is regarded as if it were something bad, and her mother is put in a bad light because of that. Her father is supportive, and her friends as well. She stays true to herself, which made me feel so positive and glad.
I liked this manga a lot, and this whole "self discovery" theme, and staying true to one'sself. I would have liked it if there was more development for other characters, and if it were slower paced.

... Last updated on December 1st, 2016, 2:26pm
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Not actually homophobic! A moving tale of a strong young woman.   
Rating: 8.0 / 10.0
by throwaway44
May 8th, 2015, 1:36am
The main character, Kei, is not "cured" of her homosexuality like other reviewers are claiming -- that is never even portrayed as a desirable or healthy thing. Kei is definitely still a lesbian at the end.

Kei is a strong heroine, who has to deal with a mother who does not understand her, and so is sent to an all-boys school with the goal of getting her to like boys. The audience empathizes with her situation as she is forced to pretend to be a boy, deal with boys who scare her to the point of puking (but with comedy), and navigate the tricky situation of boys falling for her once they find out she is female.

Yet throughout the manga Kei stays true to herself, maintaining that she really likes girls. Near the very end she is about to act on these inclinations to transfer out to a school which does have girls. But it's very clear that she decides to stay for the friendships she has built. In the last chapter, when she's deciding whether to stay, she explicitly rejects staying for the reason of furthering a romantic relationship ("Because he said he likes me? No."). And when her would-be boyfriend asks for a reply to his feelings, she can only awkwardly turn him down. At an earlier time he even acknowledges that a relationship with Kei could probably never work out because she "likes girls." She's a lesbian, people!

The mangaka does a good job with the ending, making the school become co-ed -- no doubt to Kei's delight -- and thus allowing the possibility for healthy same-sex relationships for Kei in the future.

What threw so many of the reviewers off was the very last scene where Kei lightly takes the hand of the would-be boyfriend. It's a sweet ending, and the small action was well within Kei's character given the situation.

But to interpret these last 3 pages as somehow reversing all the development and repeated confirmation that Kei likes girls throughout the entire manga is ludicrous! You have to be either stupid or looking for a reason to call this manga homophobic, or both, to believe in this magic, 180 degree character change. Give the mangaka a little credit, yeesh!

This manga is really the opposite of homophobic, since the reader gets to struggle alongside the lesbian MC and understand some of the challenges of growing up not-straight, including what an uncooperative parent can do to make your life difficult.

Houou Gakuen Misoragumi is fresh and funny, less focused on romance than most shoujo manga, and more mature. Definitely recommended.

... Last updated on May 8th, 2015, 1:50am
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Very cute!   
Rating: 8.0 / 10.0
by poptartinvasion
February 12th, 2015, 12:57am
I never thought I would like a manga with this story line but its adorable! I'm a bit confused through out half of the manga, but once the background story is told im totally sucked in! I love the characters and all of their personalities; especially Yui's and Kousuke. The two are both completely different from each other and interested in the same person its so cute! Although, I kind of wish the ending was different, maybe actually explaining if Kei and Yui are going to be together? Or something like that...but, at the same time I think its one of those silent understandings to where you know they have a connection, and that connection will always be there. Itd still be nice for it to be visual though. Overall great manga in my opinion!(:
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Love everything about it   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by leogirl321
December 18th, 2014, 7:04pm
Honestly, I don't see it as wrong that the parents are trying to cure Kei. Perfectly fine with me. Honestly everyone has different viewpoints and that's fine, it's just a manga anyway >.>

Anywho, I thought this was hilarious. xD I love that Kei was taller than Yui because it just made it seem more non-stereotypical and I don't know I just found it funny lol. Maybe because it reminded me just a taaaad bit of Love Com >o< This really is a great manga, it wasn't super cutesy either, it had it's serious moments. Definitely would recommended!! ^^
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Like the manga , hate the implications   
Rating: N/A
by Narufan1st
May 27th, 2014, 3:20pm
The whole point of the manga is so wrong, so she's a lesbian tomboy and her parents send her to an all boys school to be cured and yay she ends up meeting a boy and turning straight. The whole point of it makes me want to barf, it's so discriminatory but reading it with an open mind, I would give it a solid 8 , the art is beautiful, the characters are nice and it's quite funny
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It's okay   
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
by NibbPower
May 7th, 2014, 7:14am
I don't get why everyone is saying stuff like "naive" "cutesy" and stuff. It's a shoujo, what do you expect? It'll always...well most of the time, end up like that. I like the story, but not the ending. Why...why does it have to end like that? I honestly, don't care how the setup is bad, because all I like about is how differences can change a person characteristic and behavior.
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Wuznt bad.. comments made me think otherwise   
Rating: 6.0 / 10.0
by kri91
October 25th, 2013, 1:08pm
Firstly! Its a shoujo manga!! dont take it too seriously...
Yes d concept parents trying to turn their daughter straight is wrong! but even in reality it does happen, so if its in a manga, I dont c the need to fuss abt it
Besides, she could jst be bi right!? bigrazz

The story's not great, but its ok enough to read
Its not an awesome manga... just Average... Typical Dumb Shoujo
I did'nt find it particularly funny either
Just dont go in with any expectations, and u wont mind reading it

... Last updated on October 25th, 2013, 1:11pm
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Rating: N/A
by flowinmyboat
June 19th, 2013, 8:49pm
There are a few things wrong with this manga, namely with the "curing" of Kei. However, I'm able to accept that Kei swings both ways but just prefers girls because of insert-random-childhood-trauma-here (which turns out to be the case).

The plot outside that is okay. I got bored pretty quickly and the lengths the headmaster goes to to kept her gender hidden is just ridiculous.The main male lead is just irritatingly mean and not charming at all. Overall, take a chance and read the first chapter. Or you can just read Ouran High School Host Club for a more entertaining version of this general plot idea (minus homosexuality).

... Last updated on June 19th, 2013, 9:05pm
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