Negi Springfield is only 10 years old, but he is trying to become a wizard(Magister Magi) but he was sent to Japan for training, despite the protests from his sister. The principal, who was a friend of his grandfather, assigned him to be the homeroom teacher and English instructor of middle school which is an all girls school. And the class is full of girls, with "special" characteristics, like one being a vampire, another a ghost, another a robot, and others being athletes and bookworms. Negi puts a lot of good will towards everyone and works hard to teach them, and even though most of the girls are very friendly with him, they see him more as a kid to have fun with instead of a respectful instructor, except a few of them, that hate the concept of him being a teacher, one of them is an anti-social computer nerd and the other is a hard worker who had a crush on the previous teacher, and to make matters worse, she found out about Negi, and his magic. Think of it as a Harry Potter meets...
Magic has mishaps... Add girls and it's mayhem!
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Did You Know?
Negi's name is actually a pun. In Japanese, Negi means scallion, or green onions or Welsh onions, and are also in the same family as leek, which is a national symbol of Wales, where Negi comes from. Many of his students address him using the playful "-bozu" honorific, which means something along the lines of "kiddo" or "squirt", but "negibozu" ("onion head") is also a slang term meaning a callow or inexperienced youth. See more
Even though he is a child prodigy, Mr. Negi is still a kid. To raise him daily, a more motherly, enveloping woman is needed. Yes, for example, a proportionally perfect woman like me!
But I have bigger breasts, right?
How can you say that having bigger breasts is motherly?
Well, then it's decided that he'll be in our room!
Hey, not so fast! If it's just size, I'm not number one?
Am I getting my room changed?
Maybe. Well, it's good for me though.
More importantly, in differences...
After the credits you see the phrase "Bonam Noctem Tibi". It is Latin for Good Night. See more