High School Story: Classmate Party Combination List – How to get every classmate type from parties

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High School Story puts you in charge of building a brand new high school, and for any new school, you tend to have different types of cliques and categorizations (as anybody who has ever been to high school will probably know). You have your jocks, your nerds and your preps and they are all represented in High School Story. However, there are plenty more classmates that you can get. Read on for a list on how to get any of the classmates!

Right off the bat, you can buy the nerd, the jock and the prep right at the admissions office, and they take quite awhile to admit. They can each hang out at their own hangouts only. Once you hit experience level 6, you can unlock the Artist. You can only buy the male artist with coins, though – you have to either spend rings on the female artist or unlock her at a party.

Here’s all of the party combinations which will earn you new classmates:
Prep + Jock = Cheerleader
Prep + Nerd = Student Gov
Jock + Nerd = Gamer
Artist + Artist = Artist (chance for a female artist)
Jock + Jock = Jock
Prep + Prep = Prep
Nerd + Nerd = Nerd

Artist + Jock = Dancer
Artist + Nerd = Filmmaker
Artist + Prep = Actor
Filmmaker + Cheerleader = Homecoming Queen or Homecoming King

There’s often a price difference and a rarity difference between the male and female versions of the same student – for example, the Homecoming Queen is by far the rarest classmate in the entire game. The Homecoming King is less rare and is FAR less expensive, though he’s still very expensive.

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There are more combinations that can work, too. Click here to go to part two of the High School Story combinations guide!
Of course you know that often when you throw a party you won’t get the student you want out of the combination. Sometimes you’ll just get the same type of student yet again. Keep trying and eventually you will earn the combination you are looking for.

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