Aramis High School is named after the artist Aramis, who was involved in the Calvard Revolution. The school was founded for the purpose to "cultivate a wide range of human resources to lead a new nation". Its open school spirit, emphasizing its students' independence and its educational concept that balances tradition and innovation, draws students from Calvard and abroad alike, and produces a large number of elites that will play a key role in Calvard's governance.
The Aramis student council is highly influential and responsible for the organization of many extracurricular events, such as the annual Aramis Arts Festival,[JP 1] which has become synonymous with spring in the capital. Thanks to Aramis's prestigious status, competition for the yearly student council elections is fierce and many students participate.
- Japanese: アラミス学藝祭
- Trails into Reverie, Episode: "Beyond the Reverie, A Girl's School Days" 創まりの先へ, ある少女の学校生活.