These are our dorm houses. Here is the background information about each one.
Students thirteen and older live in dorms on campus. Graduate students and married couples live in apartments off campus in the city. This rule also applies to the staff as well. The dorms are separated by gender. Pets are allowed in the dorms and apartments. Only two dorm houses, Dark Moon House and Kennel, are co-ed.
Clover House: The "richest" dorm house for girls. Single women in their twenties and older live here. Female students must have a 4.0 GPA and good conduct to stay here.
Neko: High school girls live in this dorm house. It is the nearest to the main building. Curfew is ten o'clock. Girls have to have good conduct and high grades to stay here.
Kame: Junior school girls live in this dorm house. Fairly new building built back in 2001. Curfew is at eight o'clock. Girls have to have good conduct and high grades to stay here.
Animal: Oldest building on campus. Men in their twenties and older live here. This house is not really popular at all. Guys have to have good conduct and high grades to stay here.
Eagle: High school boys live in this dorm house. It looks almost like just Neko house, even has the nickname of the "twin building" with it. Curfew is ten o'clock. Guys have to have good conduct and high grades to stay here.
Jazz: Junior high boys live in this dorm house. Another fairly new building built back in 2003. Curfew is at eight o'clock. Guys have to have good conduct and high grades to stay here.
Married Couple Apartments:
There are twenty TZA student apartments for married couples on record. Grade school children are allowed to live with their parents until they enter junior. Students can come to campus by school, bus, and subway. These are the following apartments:
Dark Moon: This is a co-ed dorm house. Located near the main street towards the subway station. Currently only fourteen students live here. There is no curfew or grade requirement to live here. However, the students are required to display good conduct at all times.
Kennel: The "punishment" dorm house. Students end up here if they are failing their classes or they commit serious offenses on the campus. There is no curfew required here. Students live here for a semester at a time. If they raise their grades and improve their conduct, they can go back their original dorms five weeks earlier than their end date.