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Of the 522 graduates from Inglemoor's class of 2013, 82% are reported as going to college. Of these college bound graduates, 42% are going to a public 4-year school in Washington, 5% to a private 4-year school in Washington, 32% to a public 2-year school in Washington, 0-1% in a private 2-year school in Washington, and 21% to out of state schools (8% public 4-year, 11% private 4-year, 2% public 2-year, 0-1% private 2-year). Compared to Northshore School District, Inglemoor's class 2013 has a higher percentage of students going to college (82% vs. 77%). Of 2013 graduates across Washington State, 62% were enrolled in postsecondary education. Graduates of Inglemoor's class of 2013 are disproportionally enrolled in public 4-year Washington schools (42% vs. 31% statewide).
 
Of the 522 graduates from Inglemoor's class of 2013, 82% are reported as going to college. Of these college bound graduates, 42% are going to a public 4-year school in Washington, 5% to a private 4-year school in Washington, 32% to a public 2-year school in Washington, 0-1% in a private 2-year school in Washington, and 21% to out of state schools (8% public 4-year, 11% private 4-year, 2% public 2-year, 0-1% private 2-year). Compared to Northshore School District, Inglemoor's class 2013 has a higher percentage of students going to college (82% vs. 77%). Of 2013 graduates across Washington State, 62% were enrolled in postsecondary education. Graduates of Inglemoor's class of 2013 are disproportionally enrolled in public 4-year Washington schools (42% vs. 31% statewide).
   
During the 2018 spring school year, Vicki Sherwood retired after her long reign over Inglemoor. Her retirement was widely celebrated by her many allies and few enemies, and Kenmore even dubbed a week of May as "Vicki Sherwood Week". However due to her leave, it left a enormous power vacuum as Inglemoor. Without her strong leadership, Inglemoor was heavily weakened, and eventually fell down to the forces of the IBA and later the Trash army, until the Grand Orchestral Empire defeated them.
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During the 2018 spring school year, Vicki Sherwood retired after her long reign over Inglemoor. Her retirement was widely celebrated by her many allies and few enemies, and Kenmore even dubbed a week of May as "Vicki Sherwood Week". However due to her leave, it left a enormous power vacuum as Inglemoor. Without her strong leadership, Inglemoor was heavily weakened, and eventually fell down to the forces of the Grand Orchestral Empire in the Battle of Sherwood Forest.
   
 
The Battle of Inglemoor:
 
The Battle of Inglemoor:
   
The Grand Orchestral Empire was quick to seize the window of opportunity after the defeat of the Trash army. In the fall of 2018, their forces ambushed the heavily defended Sherwood's forest<ref>https://seattle.fandom.com/wiki/Sherwood%27s_Forest?venotify=created</ref>, where they were held in a vicious stalemate. Finally after a three day battle, the GOE successfully breached the main office, taking over the school. From then on, they controlled Inglemoor's army, took down the Inglemoor flags, and established martial law over the school.
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The Grand Orchestral Empire was quick to seize the window of opportunity after Sherwood left. In the fall of 2018, their forces ambushed the heavily defended Sherwood's forest<ref>https://seattle.fandom.com/wiki/Sherwood%27s_Forest?venotify=created</ref>, where they were held in a vicious stalemate. Finally after a three day battle, the GOE successfully breached the main office, taking over the school. From then on, they controlled Inglemoor's army, took down the Inglemoor flags, and established martial law over the school.
 
[[File:Hogwarts Post-Battle.jpg|thumb|295x295px|Inglemoor, after the Grand Orchestral Empire invaded]]
 
[[File:Hogwarts Post-Battle.jpg|thumb|295x295px|Inglemoor, after the Grand Orchestral Empire invaded]]
 
Takeover of Kenmore:
 
Takeover of Kenmore:
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'''IB civil war'''
 
'''IB civil war'''
   
<nowiki> </nowiki>A significant event in the early history of Inglemoor is the IB civil war. During the year 2018, many IB students began to indulge in the Trash lifestyle, directly violating the ways of IB students. Soon, IB students found themselves between two options: either to stay with IB or turn to trash ways. This caused many tensions between the two sides and soon the corrupted IB kids decided to change the IB constitution by force and sympathize with the TRASH army, the IB's main and most dangerous enemy. A result of this was a brutal 7 month civil war, where the trash side was wiped out, but the IB faced heavy casualties. In the end, the IB was victorious, but it allowed the TRASH army to defeat the weakened the IB forces in the IBO-Trash war.
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<nowiki> </nowiki>A significant event in the history of Inglemoor is the IB civil war. During the year 2018, many IB students began to indulge in the Trash lifestyle, directly violating the ways of IB students. Soon, IB students found themselves between two options: either to stay with IB or turn to trash ways. This caused many tensions between the two sides and soon the corrupted IB kids decided to change the IB constitution by force and sympathize with the TRASH army, the IB's main and most dangerous enemy. A result of this was a brutal 7 month civil war, where the trash side was wiped out, but the IB faced heavy casualties. In the end, the IB was victorious, but it allowed the TRASH army to defeat the weakened the IB forces in the IBO-Trash war.
   
 
The IBO-TRASH war was a brutal 7 month war between the IB forces and the Trash army. Even though vastly outnumbered almost 5 to 1, the IB managed to make up with their superior technological innovation, intelligence, and organization. Initially, the Trash army, exiled by Vicki Sherwood to the field and the Eastern Woods controlled those respective areas while the IB forces controlled almost all of the main buildings: the office, 700 800 900 buildings and allied with the orchestra in room 301. However, during a violent thunderstorm at night, the Trash army surprise invaded Inglemoor, with troops numbering in the thousands. In the perspective of those awake, Mark and his henchman was busy creating new fluid weapons when suddenly, there was an earthquake, causing many beakers to fall off the walls to shatter, spilling many potent chemicals. His henchman began to cower under a desk while warning Mark about the supposed earthquake. However, Mark, knowing full well what it was, simply flicked out his famed pocketknife, grinned, and said "No Jason. It is not an earthquake. It's footsteps marching".
 
The IBO-TRASH war was a brutal 7 month war between the IB forces and the Trash army. Even though vastly outnumbered almost 5 to 1, the IB managed to make up with their superior technological innovation, intelligence, and organization. Initially, the Trash army, exiled by Vicki Sherwood to the field and the Eastern Woods controlled those respective areas while the IB forces controlled almost all of the main buildings: the office, 700 800 900 buildings and allied with the orchestra in room 301. However, during a violent thunderstorm at night, the Trash army surprise invaded Inglemoor, with troops numbering in the thousands. In the perspective of those awake, Mark and his henchman was busy creating new fluid weapons when suddenly, there was an earthquake, causing many beakers to fall off the walls to shatter, spilling many potent chemicals. His henchman began to cower under a desk while warning Mark about the supposed earthquake. However, Mark, knowing full well what it was, simply flicked out his famed pocketknife, grinned, and said "No Jason. It is not an earthquake. It's footsteps marching".
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Thousands upon thousands of Trash army soldiers suddenly invaded, crossing the middle road, running full
 
Thousands upon thousands of Trash army soldiers suddenly invaded, crossing the middle road, running full
 
[[File:LOTr.jpg|thumb|233x233px|Hundreds of Trash troop reinforcements marching past the Inglemoor bridge, led by the Unnamed Trash General.]]
 
[[File:LOTr.jpg|thumb|233x233px|Hundreds of Trash troop reinforcements marching past the Inglemoor bridge, led by the Unnamed Trash General.]]
speed towards the Inglemoor stronghold. In a matter of minutes, they took over all of the 900 rooms and over half of the 800 building. The IB army hastily pulled a counterattack, which managed to defend the 700 building. However, the most intense fighting was near the office and Sherwood's forest where the IBA used guerilla warfare tactics similar to Che Guerra learned in IB HL history. Using the dense foliage from the trees, they hid in them, attacking periodically with ambush attackers and snipers. For 5 months, the remaining IBA was able to bring the Trash army into a stalemate, halting their advance just short of the office. However, Bothell sent hundreds of fresh reinforcement troops to fight in the forest. 2 days later the IBA crumbled, and the Trash army took over the administration office, ending the decades long IB domination of Inglemoor forever.
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speed towards the Inglemoor stronghold. In a matter of minutes, they took over all of the 900 rooms and over half of the 800 building. The IB army hastily pulled a counterattack, which managed to defend the 700 building. However, the most intense fighting was near the office and Sherwood's forest where the IBA used guerilla warfare tactics similar to Che Guerra learned in IB HL history. Using the dense foliage from the trees, they hid in them, attacking periodically with ambush attackers and snipers. 2 days later the IBA crumbled, and the Trash army took over the administration office, ending the decades long IB domination of Inglemoor forever.
 
For many years the Trash forces ruled over Inglemoor. It seemed like that no other force would be able to defeat them, so the Trash leaders became incompetent, lazing off due to the supposed immortality of their empire. Crime, drugs and violence was rampant, and military officers became corrupt and greedy with power. In the corner of Inglemoor in room 301, an aspiring musical leader dreamed of coming into power and taking not only control of Inglemoor, but the whole world. This kid's dreams, unknown to him, would almost become reality when he would set up the largest and most powerful Inglemoor nation, the Grand Orchestral Empire. The story of the GOE was filled with violent power struggles, ruthless dictators, and use of force, fear and assassinations. However, this one student came on top of this, and was able to become one of the most powerful man in the world.
 
   
 
'''The Janissaries'''
 
'''The Janissaries'''
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