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Kali Krew Presents: Sci-Fi School Daze

In September we looked at schools that you really, really did not want to go to. Between teenagers with telekinesis and a wicked desire for revenge, witches, serial killers and toxic boyfriends high school can be one hell of a place to survive.

But let’s look a little forward, shall we? Let’s see what some of the schools of the future might hold for the education of our little humans, or aliens, or both. Where you might learn a little something about piloting a Jaeger, commanding a Starfleet, or how to manipulate time itself.

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Battle Royale

Chosen by Gracie


Divergent

Chosen by Lilyn


Doctor Who – The Time Lord Academy

Chosen by Lilyn


Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card

Chosen by Gracie and Olly

Check out Lilyn’s review of Ender’s Game


The Girl With All the Gifts by M.R. Carey

Chosen by Sam

Check out Lilyn’s review of The Girl With Al the Gifts (book)

Check out Sammy’s review of The Girl with All the Gifts (movie)


Star Trek: Deep Space 9

Chosen by Eliza


His Dark Materials by Phillip Pullman

Chosen by Eliza

Check out Olly’s His Dark Materials series review


The Institute by Stephen King

Chosen by Bill


Jaeger Academy – Pacific Rim

Chosen by Gracie and Shawn


Miskatonic University – The Dunwich Horror by H.P. Lovecraft

Chosen by Bill


Space Camp

Chosen by Olly


Space City by Jared Austin

Chosen by Olly

Check out Olly’s review of Space City


Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters – The X-Men

Chosen by Lilyn


Starfleet Academy – Star Trek

Chosen by Lilyn


Starship Troopers

Chosen by Olly

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Let us know which sci-fi school that you’d like to attend! Gracie’s personal favorite would be the Jaeger School. She’d love to pilot a giant ass robot to be able to pet some really cool kaiju (no one tell her that’s not what they’re for). What you can tell her, though, is why on Earth Space Camp is considered sci-fi!

Let her know down below and help her poor befuddled brain!

Published inTop Ten Tuesday
┬ęSci-Fi & Scary 2019
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