Schoolboy (Trainer class)

This article is about the Trainer class that debuted in Generation VI. For the Trainer class known as Schoolboy in Generation II, see School Kid (Trainer class).
Schoolboy
スクールボーイ Schoolboy
VSSchoolboy SwSh.png
VS Model from Pokémon Sword and Shield
Other names
Introduced in Generation VI
Appears in X, Y, Omega Ruby, and Alpha Sapphire
Sword and Shield
Gender Male only
Female Counterpart Schoolgirl
Notable members Marvin
Anime debut Buddy
TCG debut [[(TCG)|]]
TCG card {{{card}}}
Manga debut {{{manga}}}

A Schoolboy (Japanese: スクールボーイ Schoolboy) is a type of Pokémon Trainer introduced in Generation VI. In Kalos, they are depicted as young boys dressed in school uniforms who carry a backpack around with them. They could be considered elder versions of the School Kid class.

In Galar, they look notably younger. They also wear clothing inspired by British school uniforms.[1] In the Battle Tower, they mostly specialize Pokémon that are Psychic type or have high Special Attack.

Appearance

   
VS portrait from
Generation VI*
VS model from
Sword and Shield
     
Overworld model from
Generation VI*
Icon on the PSS from
X and Y
Y-Comm profile image from
Generation VIII

Artwork

 
Art from X and Y

Trainer list

Pokémon X and Y


See more: List of Battle Maison Trainers/Schoolboy

Pokémon Sword and Shield


In the anime

Pokémon: Twilight Wings

A Schoolboy briefly appeared in Buddy, where he was among the people Hop approached while searching for his runaway Wooloo.

Pokémon

 
Pikachu
This Pikachu is the Schoolboy's only known Pokémon.

None of Pikachu's moves are known.

Debut Buddy

In the manga

 
Marvin, a Schoolboy in Pokémon Adventures

Pokémon Adventures

Main article: Marvin

While he is not called a Schoolboy, Marvin appears as a supporting character in the Sword & Shield chapter.

In the TCG

 
Full Art print of Schoolboy
Main article: Schoolboy (Fusion Strike 238)

Schoolboy was introduced as a Supporter card in the Pokémon Trading Card Game during the English Sword & Shield Series (the Japanese Sword & Shield Era). It was first released in the Japanese Blue Sky Stream expansion before debuting in English in the Fusion Strike expansion, with an illustration by kirisAki. It was also released as a Full Art card and Secret card in both expansions, with an illustration by Hideki Ishikawa. It allows the player to draw two cards, or four if their opponent has exactly one, three, or five Prize cards remaining.

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 男學生 Nàahmhohksāang
Mandarin 男學生 / 男学生 Nánxuéshēng
  French Écolier
  German Schüler
  Italian Studente
  Korean 스쿨보이 Schoolboy
  Brazilian Portuguese Aluno
  Spanish Estudiante


References


Trainer classes in the Pokémon core series
Hoenn Ace Trainer*Aqua AdminSEASAqua LeaderSEASAroma LadyBattle GirlBeautyBird KeeperBlack Belt
Bug CatcherBug ManiacCamperChampionCollectorDragon TamerElite FourExpertFisherman
GentlemanGuitaristHex ManiacHikerInterviewersKindlerLadyLassLeaderMagma AdminREOR
Magma LeaderREORNinja BoyOld CoupleParasol LadyPicnickerPoké FanPoké ManiacPokémon Ranger
Pokémon TrainerPokémon BreederPsychicRich BoyRuin ManiacSailorSchoolkid*Sis & Bro*Swimmer
Team Aqua GruntSEASTeam Magma GruntREORTeammates*TriathleteTuberTwinsWinstrateYoung CoupleYoungster
Ace DuoORASBrains & BrawnORASBackpackerORASDelinquentORASFairy Tale GirlORASFare PrinceORASFree DiverORAS
LeadersORASLorekeeperORASMysterious SistersORASProprietorORASRotation GirlORASScuba DiverORAS
Secret Base ExpertORASSecret Base TrainerORASSootopolitanORASStreet ThugORAS
Battle Frontier only:E
Arena TycoonDome AceFactory HeadPalace MavenPike QueenPyramid KingSalon Maiden
Battle Institute and Battle Maison only:ORAS
ArtistBattle ChatelaineButlerChefFurisode GirlGarçonGardenerMadameMaidMonsieurOwnerPreschoolerPunk Girl
Punk GuyRising StarRoller SkaterSchoolboySchoolgirlScientistTouristVeteranWaitressWorker
Kalos Ace DuoAce TrainerArtistArtist FamilyBackpackerBattle GirlBeautyBlack BeltBrains & Brawn
ButlerChampionChefDriverElite FourFairy Tale GirlFishermanFurisode GirlGarçonGardener
Hex ManiacHikerHoneymoonersLassLeaderLumiose Gang MemberMysterious SistersOwner
Poké FanPoké Fan FamilyPokémon BreederPokémon ProfessorPokémon RangerPokémon Trainer
PreschoolerPsychicPunk CouplePunk GirlPunk GuyRangersRising StarRoller Skater
SchoolboySchoolgirlScientistSky TrainerSuccessorSuspicious ChildSuspicious Lady
Suspicious WomanSwimmerTeam FlareTeam Flare AdminTeam Flare BossTeam Flare Grunt
TouristTwinsVeteranWaitressWorkerYoungster
Battle Chateau ranks:
By male: BaronViscountEarlMarquisDukeGrand Duke
By female: BaronessViscountessCountessMarchionessDuchessGrand Duchess
Battle Institute and Battle Maison only:
Battle ChatelaineLadyMadameMaidMonsieurRich Boy
Galar ArtistBackpackerBeautyBlack BeltCabbieCafé MasterCameramanChampionColleaguesCookDancerDaring Couple
DoctorFisherGAME FREAK'sGym ChallengerGym LeaderGym TrainerGentlemanHikerInterviewersLassLeague Staff
Macro Cosmos'sMadameMedical TeamModelMusic CrewMusicianOffice WorkerPoké KidPokémon Breeder
Pokémon TrainerPolice OfficerPostmanRail StaffReporterSchoolboySchoolgirlSwimmerTeam Yell GruntWorkerYoungster
Expansion Pass only:
Dojo MasterDojo MatronMaster Dojo Student


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