The School for Girls was introduced in the second book of The School for Good and Evil series. After Sophie and Agatha left the students, Nevers and Evers alike tried to return to their rightful schools only to be flung out of the towers. The Nevergirls fled to the Good castle and were welcomed by the Ever girls with open arms, because they had been inspired by Sophie and Agatha's story. The Ever boys took shelter inside the Evil castle. The School for Girls was ruled by Evelyn Sader, who demoted Professor Dovey as a teacher along with Lady Lesso. Lesso had also fled to the School for Good once it became the School for Girls. The majority of Nevergirls and Evergirls were thrilled to join the new school. They grew more belligerent against boys once Dean Sader showed them a mural of female rule and male slavery. The classes at the School focused on female impowerment and why girls don't need boys for their very own "happily ever afters."