You can now interact with your classmates and teachers, participate in extracurricular activities like joining a sport team or a band, join a clique, getting involved in frats and sororities, and go to grade school. Now, provided you’re studying at school, you’ll encounter a bunch of new means of interacting with your classmates and teachers in Billie.
Judging from chatter on Twitter, these new interactions include fighting off bullying, having relationships or flings with your classmates or teachers, and receiving detention and other punishments for behaving badly. These include all the clichés from sports types to nerds and band geeks.
For example, you may have to join the school football team or band, or even have a high looks score. Frats and sororities are similar to cliques in that they’re social groups for like-minded folks.
That should help make the school system more familiar to you no matter the country you live in. Here we’ll round up the remaining changes and features that were included in this update that aren’t quite big enough to get their own section.
The super fun text-based life simulator for iOS & Android. A character will be a Student every time they are in a school and start at age 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8, depending on the country they live in.
When a character dies, their highest level of education completed is on their tombstone. Characters who go to many schools and have high smarts get the Academic ribbon.
Following the September 2019 update, students may interact with teachers and other classmates, and get popular and join clubs. The amount of years varies from 4-8 because of how different countries have their schooling system.
When you start elementary school, you can click on the orange graduation cap to get choices. Firstly, it shows what type of school you're in, how many years you've completed, how many years you've left to go, the choice to study harder, and the choice to drop out of elementary school.
If your character drops out or gets expelled before graduating, they can get their General Equivalence Diploma if they pass. Without it, they can be rejected from jobs that require at least secondary school/high school education.
A character may attend community college before university to boost their Smarts even if they do not need it. If a character is rejected from University, it is encouraged that they try to go into community college first.
Community college is free and will always accept your character unless they drop out of high school and do not get the GED. Certain jobs like the Dental Hygienist and Massage Therapist will require at least community college education before applying.
After high school and/or community college, your character will attend university for 4 years. Higher education/ Graduate Business Dental Law Medical Nursing Pharmacy Veterinary Accounting Yes Yes No No No No No No Anthropology Yes No No No No No No No Archaeology Yes No No No No No No No Architecture No No No No No No No No Art History No No No No No No No No Biology Yes No Yes No Yes Yes Chemistry Yes No Yes No Yes Yes Communications No No No No No No No No Computer Science Yes No No No No No No No Criminal Justice Yes No No Yes No No No No Dance No No No No No No No No Economics Yes Yes No No No No No No Education Yes No No No No No No No Engineering Yes No No No No No No No English Yes Yes No Yes No No No No Finance Yes Yes No No No No No No Graphic Design No No No No No No No No History Yes No No No No No No No Information Systems Yes Yes No No No No No No Journalism Yes No No No No No No No Marketing Yes Yes No No No No No No Mathematics Yes Yes No No No No No No Music Yes No No No No No No No Nursing No No Yes No Yes Yes No No Philosophy Yes No No Yes No No No No Physics Yes No Yes No Yes Yes Political Science Yes No No Yes No No No No Psychology Yes No No No Yes No No No Religious Studies No No No No No No No No Depending on their major, they can seek higher education afterward.
If they did not major in the subject needed for higher education, they will be rejected because they were not qualified. In some countries, university is free and does not need a tuition payment but higher education will.
Cheating on a test Insulting a classmate or teacher/professor Giving a gift to a teacher/professor (only if refused) Skipping school and getting caught It is possible a character can go through graduate school but still be rejected from higher education and vice-versa.
A character may attend graduate school to boost their Smarts even if they do not need it. A character who studies Biology or Chemistry as their major can get into dental school and become a dentist.
Dental Hygienists do not have the “Dr.” title before their names, unless they seek the optional higher education. A character who studies English, Finance, Criminal Justice, or Political Science as their major can get into law school and become a lawyer.
There is also a Paralegal job but this does not require Law School, only community college. A character who studies Biology, Chemistry, Nursing or Psychology as their major can get into medical school and become a doctor.
A character who studies Biology or Chemistry as their major can get into pharmacy school and become a pharmacist. A character who studies Biology or Chemistry as their major can get into veterinary school and become a veterinarian.
Compliment: This will increase the relationship with the classmate by a random amount. Flirt Gift: Increases or decreases relationship by a random amount.
The main character can also potentially get bullied by another student for a specific reason. Each morning waits for you to get off the school bus and then takes your lunch money.
Posts mean and embarrassing memes of your face on social media. Tells you that two wrongs don't make a right, as proven by your parents.
If you keep trying to join a club you have been denied entry from, the sponsor will tell you to go away/get lost. This stat is completely random, and it is used on determining whether the player can get into certain sports clubs.
Hey, I have Citizen but I don’t know where to join frats/sororities, how do I find them?? Cliques are groups of students who share a common interest, but unlike clubs, cliques do not take weekly hours of time.
Gamers: Join the Video Games Club. Hipsters: You are able to be accepted without joining any clubs, as long as your popularity is not too low.
Also, despite what its description said, you are able to join the clique even when having high smarts and grades. Being rejected from the clique lowers your popularity by a large portion.
Being rejected from the clique lowers your popularity by a large portion. Being rejected from the clique lowers your popularity by a large portion.
Once you are Popular, you can't join The Brainy Club, otherwise you will be rejected. Social Floaters: Have high popularity and compliment the leader of the clique.
Talented Kids: Have high popularity, good grades and join a sports related club, and compliment the leader of the clique. Troublemakers: Get in trouble several times and get sent to the principal's office.
Other organizations listed have a traditional emphasis in a specific religion or ethnic background, such as Christian fraternities and sororities. This list of North American fraternities and sororities is not exhaustive and does not include local organizations that do not have Wikipedia articles.
Organization Symbol Greek or Latin crest writing Founded Coed Since Affiliation Traditional emphasis Alpha Nu Omega (Chapters) 1988 1988 UC CFS Christian coed fraternity Alpha Theta (local) 1920 1972-76,1980 Local, Dartmouth College Traditional Alpha Delta Phi Society(Chapters) 1832 1973, 1992 (Official Split from Fraternity) Unaffiliated national Literary and traditional Alpha Psi Lambda 1985 1985 NAL FO Latino St. Anthony Hall (Delta Psi) (Chapters) 1847 1971 Unaffiliated national, most chapters co-ed Literary and social Eclectic Society (Phi Nu Theta) (local) 1838 1970 Local, Wesleyan University Traditional Lambda Lambda Lambda (Chapters) Insists Duodenum(Follow the Twelve) 2006 2006 Unaffiliated national Traditional Theta Delta Sigma 2001 2001 Unaffiliated national Multicultural Theta Pi Sigma (local) 2005 2005 Local, University of California at Santa Cruz LGBTQ Zeta Delta Xi (local) 1852 1982, 1986 (Official Split from Fraternity) Local, Brown University Traditional Phi Tau (local) 1905 1972 Local, Dartmouth College Traditional Psi Upsilon (Chapters) (Unto us has befallen a mighty friendship) 1833 1971 NIC, 7 of 27 Chapters Coed Traditional The Ta bard (Sigma Epsilon Chi) (local) 1857 1972 Local, Dartmouth College Traditional Sigma Mu Sigma (Chapters)) 1921 1984 Unaffiliated national, 2 chapters remain Traditional Organization Symbol Operated/merged Alpha Delta Theta 1919 – 1939, Phi Mu Alpha Kappa Psi 1900 – 1920 Beta Phi Alpha 1919 – 1941, Delta Zeta Delta Kappa Fraternity 1920 – 1964, Sigma Pi Delta Sigma Epsilon 1914 – 1956, Delta Zeta Iota Alpha Pi 1903 – 1971 Kappa Phi Lambda 1862 – 1874 Lambda Omega 1915 – 1933, Delta Zeta Pi Delta Kappa 1907 – 1913, Chi Omega Pi Kappa Sigma 1894 – 1959, Sigma Kappa Pi Lambda Sigma 1903 – 1959, Beta Phi Mu Sigma Iota 1904 – 1931, Phi Iota Alpha Sigma Kappa Upsilon Mu Km 1981-2005 Phi Omega Pi 1922 – 1946, Delta Zeta Phi Lambda Alpha 1919 – 1931, Phi Iota Alpha Theta Kappa Nu 1924 – 1939, Lambda Chi Alpha Theta Upsilon 1921 – 1962, Delta Zeta ^ a b c Any text in Greek or Latin writing contained within the crests. The orthography and punctuation are as depicted in the crest's writing, and not necessarily dramatically correct.