When we were kids, there were a lot of cartoons we used to watch, and some of them still make us laugh and remind us of our old childhood memories of how carefree we used to be. Life was so good back then, without any worries and obligations.

However, as we grow up, we have to go through many changes. And when it comes to teenagers, they have to deal with a lot when it comes to student life: meeting everyone’s expectations, studying, making new friends, and then losing them.

But then, the question is how to deal with these problems?

There are times when the best way to cope with these problems is to take a deep breath and start watching or reading something that you can totally relate to.

You can get a better picture of your own situation when you watch or read something that relates to your personal situation. You can empathize better with others and with your friends as well.


So here we are with the Top 5 anime recommendations on student life you need to watch:


Five students at Yamaboshi Academy discover, there are no clubs where they fit in, so they form the Student Cultural Society, or “StuCS.” The club consists of Taichi Yaegashi, Iori Nagase, Himeko Inaba, Yui Kiriyama, Yoshifumi Aoki.

After a strange incident occurs between Aoki and Yui, both of their bodies switch for a short while. As the five friends continue to experience this supernatural occurrence, they begin to realize it isn’t just a game. As they become closer than ever, they discover each other’s deepest secrets and emotional scars that threaten to tear the StuCS and their friendship apart.


This story revolves around Light Music Club. After Yui Hirasawa is unsure of which club to join, she stumbles upon and applies for the Light Music Club, which she misunderstands to be about playing simple instruments, such as castanets. Since she is unable to play an instrument, she visits to apologize and quit.

The Light Music Club is in danger of being dissolved because it lacks members. Because of this, the club members do whatever they can to convince Yui to join, from offering food to slacking off during club time. Due to her limited musical experience, Yui refuses to stay. Yui was finally convinced to join the club when they played a piece for her.

It’s a lighthearted anime series with a relaxing vibe.


To understand the main concept of this anime, you need to know what Chunibyou is.

Chunibyou is a Japanese slang term that means “Middle School 2nd Year Syndrome,” in which someone believes they have special powers or pretends to be someone they aren’t.

An imaginative teenager – Rikka Takanashi.

She ends up becoming friends with an ex-chunibyou – Yuuta Togashi.

This anime might seem absurd at first.

You’ll be pleasantly surprised with this series if you stick with it. It is worth waiting for!


The anime revolves around Kōdo Ikusei Senior High School, a leading prestigious school with state-of-the-art facilities where nearly all students are accepted into top universities to pursue their careers.

Though it seems like a paradise, only the most exceptional students are treated favorably.

Initially, Kiyotaka Ayanokoji, the protagonist, appears to be an introverted guy who has trouble making friends, but he is not as lame as he appears to be. His grades on his entrance exam were not that good that got him into Class D, even though he’s a clever, talented manipulator.

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