There are many forms of education on The Ark, on Earth, on Alpha, and on Bardo, which are listed below.

The Ark Edit

Earth Skills Edit

We see a flashback on the Ark in "Join or Die" where the 100 were preparing for the ground by taking an Earth Skills class taught by Charles Pike. These are the delinquents we see in Pike's class:

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Jasper, Octavia, and Harper in Pike's class.

Mentioned to be in Pike's other classes:

As well as several other unnamed delinquents.

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Raven in engineering.

Engineering Edit

In "Spacewalker", we see Raven Reyes's flashback on the Ark where she was being mentored by Jacapo Sinclair. Also, when we are introduced to Kyle Wick, it was revealed that he knew Monty Green and Raven from Engineering. When discussing Monty using the wristbands to communicate with the Ark, Clarke mentions that he was recruited by Engineering as a reason why his mind is so valuable to them.

Medical Edit

Clarke was a Medical student on the Ark.

Mount Weather Edit

Pre-School Edit


The Mount Weather Pre-school.

As seen in "Coup de Grace", Mount Weather had an education system for kids, one that is shown is a pre-school with little kids at the age range of 3-6. According to Carl Emerson, there were about 26 children in Mount Weather, all of whom were likely enrolled in school.

Grounders Edit

Art Edit


Lincoln's drawing of Octavia.

This is the most seen category of education that we know of for the Grounders. Starting with Lincoln's drawings, it is possible that this is a gene that runs through the Grounder blood, but may also be an education method for Grounders. Lincoln had many drawings in his book and this may indicate that he doesn't know how to write in English so he draws instead.

In Polis, we also see drawings of Becca and spiritual writings on the wall down in the temple with many candles to light up the room and the drawings become clearer.

In the aftermath of Praimfaya, Clarke gains Madi's trust by drawing a picture of her.

Combat Edit

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Combat training

Grounders also trained for combat in many ways. For example, we were introduced to Nightblood training in "Ye Who Enter Here" where we see Lexa training Aden, a young Nightblood, in combat. We also see many other young nightbloods that age range from 11-16.

When Octavia and Indra gain mutual respect, Indra wants to help Octavia in combat training and even makes her her second. Halfway through season two, we see Octavia growing into a warrior and it is assumed that when it comes to combat, Grounders are very fierce and strict.

Children are trained from a young age to become warriors and are taught English and trained to fight. Most children begin to learn from a young age how to be warriors and are taught English, weapon skills, and their people's customs. For Trikru, a young girl named, Tris was Anya's Second, who was in the process of training to become a warrior.

For Azgeda warriors, they kidnap and snatch many children from their families, to make them warriors through cruelty, while they grow up.[1] Ontari was one of them.

Languages Edit

Main article: Trigedasleng

The Grounder warriors are known to speak their native language, Trigedasleng and American English (Gonasleng). Only the Warriors speak English, which makes them bilingual. Trigedasleng is a universal language, meaning most if not all Grounder clans know this language.[2]

It was created by Callie Cadogan as a child.

Sanctum Edit

School Edit

Main article: Sanctum School
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There's also a school at Sanctum, where the pictures of the Eligius III crew members are dedicated. Madi Griffin wanted to go to school there, and Clarke wished that Madi could have. Madi later attends it.

Bardo Edit

School and Education System Edit

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The Disciples' Education.

The Education System on Bardo, involves the Disciples' ideology and philosophy.

Combat Edit

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Combat training

Everyone born on Bardo becomes a Disciple. They are raised and trained to be the strongest warriors. They have a very strong belief in serving their master, to be his "sword" and his "shield". They have a very strong goal about protecting mankind. The Disciples are shown to have levels that their members are ranked by going up to at least Level 12. Level 12 appears to be a Master rank as Orlando was referred to as "Master Orlando" by other Disciples and is known to have trained many of them. Hope Diyoza states that Level 12's are "badasses" and having one on their side would hold the key to infiltrating Bardo. The number of a symbols a Disciple has on their face denotes their level ranking, due to how far they had progressed in their training.

Notes and Trivia Edit

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