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This is a profile of the school itself. Tomorrow I will post an above view diagram of Level 1 with all the classrooms and such. Doing this should help me make less continuity errors!
It took me a long time to figure out the best place to put everything. Ideally, I would have liked the theater to be towards the outer rim/entrace (like it was in my high school)...but I thought it was more important for the Gyms to be close to the airlocks, since I already established that they use it to tumble out in space.
The cafeteria is located next to a holodeck so the kids can imagine they are going outside to play on a sunny day, even though the school is orbiting in space.
Everything isn't exactly to scale. The Danger room looks a bit on the small side. That's okay since it's only for small kids to use. And they don't need that much danger!

I decided not to show exactly how many dorm rooms there are because I don't want to commit to how many students actually attend Astronaut Elementary. At least not till I do a yearbook!

The lounge opens up into the outer hallway so you can see the windows looking out into space. This will be where the holiday party will take place in the next storyline!
SPOILER ALERT!!! Do not read if you don't want to know the truth about Astronaut Elementary.
This is the school in its' tranformation mode. It is used in intergalactic crisis situations or when rival schools attack. Most school buildings in the future can transform into something or other.
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Dave Roman is the co-creator of the Harvey Award nominated series Jax Epoch & The Quicken Forbidden (AiT/PlanetLar), and the Ignatz award winning, Teen Boat (Cryptic Press) both with artist John Green. He is also the creator of Agnes Quill and works for N ... full profile