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Basic Information
FoxfireFoxfire Entrance Exam

Courses
Ability DetectingAgricultureAlchemyElementalismElvin HistoryLinguisticsMetaphysicsMultispeciesial StudiesPhysical EducationSpecial Ability Focus SessionThe Universe
Level Mascots
Basic Levels
GremlinsHalcyonsMastodonsDragonsSaber-Toothed TigersYetis
Elite Levels
FlareadonUnicorns
Traditions
Opening CeremoniesMidtermsThe Ultimate Splotching ChampionshipFinalsThe Ethics Lecture
Mentors
Mentor
Lady AlexineLady AnwenSir AstinSir BubuSir CatonSir ConleyLady DaraLady DelmiraSir DonwellSir FaxonLady GalvinSir JarvinLady NissaSir TierganBarth the ReaperSir BeckettCouncillor BronteMaster CadenceLady EveraSir HardingLady IskraSir LeanderSir RosingsLady VedaLady BelvaLady ZillahLady Sanja
Known Principals
Foxfire Principal
Dame (now Councillor) AlinaMagnate Leto Kerlof
Current Prodigies
Prodigies
Sophie FosterBiana VackerFitz VackerKeefe SencenDex DizzneeJensi BabblosMarella RedekStina HeksMarucaTam SongLinh SongValinLex DizzneeBex DizzneeRex DizzneeTrellaDempseyShayda AdelDedraHuxleyAudric

Final Exams (Finals) are taken by Foxfire prodigies at the end of the school year.

In order to continue their Foxfire education, all elves must score at least an eighty-five, notably higher than the requirements for Midterms. The procedures are quite similar—Thinking caps are issued to each prodigy to prevent cheating (though they have no effect on Sophie, due to her genetically enhanced abilities).

The exam takes no more than a full day. Prodigies are tested on all courses they are taking, and it is followed by a break.

During the finals celebration, the prodigies' thinking caps are turned into gift bags, candy and decorations are assorted throughout the school, and Parent-Mentor Conferences are held.

Official Description[]

These festivities are similar to midterm celebrations—through the gifts exchanged tend to be more extravagant. And the principal closes out the school year with an inspiring speech, followed by another shower of edible confetti and a coordinated cape toss between all the prodigies.

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