Queenvail Girls' Academy is the only all-girls' school in Asterisk. The Queenvail student council president is decided by an election, with the exception being Asseylum li Britannia as she became student council president after defeating the former student council president, Alexia Reinhardt, in a duel. They are governed by W&W, however, after Asseylum came to office, she ejected them from the school and set up a self-government with herself at the top. She kept the Benetnasch as their intelligence organization. The Queenvail symbol is the profile of a nameless Goddess, the symbol of hope.
They are the smallest school in Asterisk due to the fact that only females are allowed to enter. It is a bright and gorgeous school that requires good looks in addition to fighting ability and academic achievement. During the early years of Queenvail when the Festas were being established, students from this school demonstrated that they were exceedingly serious about achieving victory in the tournaments. This silent fire eventually blazed into Annabeth li Britannia achieving a Grand Slam, managing to secure victory in all three Festas.
However, after Annabeth graduated, the overall air of Queenvail shrunk down. During this period, students don't emphasize that much on fighting, ignoring the overall ranking, and instead, seeing Festas as just a place to draw out the charm of individual students, which means that their overall ranking in the following Festa seasons is last. This period of quiet only lasted until Asseylum began attending.
Queenvail is also known for their idols and idol groups, such as Selena, a solo idol, Anastasia, likewise a solo idol, and Lovely ♥ Demon, a trio of idols, with media exposure being relatively high compared to other schools. Because of this, many students at Queenvail register using their stage names although during the early years, real names are more commonly used.
Queenvail Girls' Academy is a combination of both a junior high school as well as a high school. It has a junior high division that accommodates students of seventh to ninth grade and ranging in age from 12 being the youngest and 15 being the oldest. Exceptions do exist in the case of a student skipping grades. The upper secondary school division accommodates students of tenth-to-twelfth grade and ranging in age from 15 to 18.
- Asseylum li Britannia, First-Year, Junior High Division
- Chloe Grant, Second-Year, High School Division
- Chloe Flockhart, Third-Year, Junior High Division
- Minato Wakamiya, Third-Year, Junior High Division
- Miyuki Yamada, First-Year, Junior High Division
- Kurtashkina Nadezhda Svyatoslavovna, First-Year, Junior High Division
- Tanshibe Itsuki, Third-Year, High School Division
- Mahiru Hīragi, Second-Year, Junior High Division
- Shinoa Hīragi, First-Year, Junior High Division