Agnès is a “chic fille“. Kind, happy and fair, her grandfather owns a lot of beautiful horses and she’s already an experienced rider, dreaming of becoming a showjumping star.
Charlotte is probably a kind girl, but she hangs with the wrong people. Afraid of being bullied she tries hard to be liked by the popular girls.
Clotilde de Cosnac
Clotilde is as mean as she’s ugly. She is Louise de Lautrec’s best friend and the brain behind most of Taïga’s misfortunes at school.
Eveline is the best student at the Academy. At least she thinks that she is. Despiting Taïga, she tries to compensate her lack of aristocracy by sucking up to Louise and generally acting like the royalty she isn’t.
Fahd Al’Hafed Bin Hakim
Fahd is Middle East royalty and a real Prince. He doesn’t miss an occasion to brag about his lineage – his ancestors built the pyramids after all. He is followed by his loyal bodyguard, Ali, wherever he goes.
One of Taïga’s first friends at school. Henri is Eveline’s twin brother and he is extremely artistic. Painting and singing, he dreams of becoming a new Aznavour.
Jeanne is a “garçon manqué“, a tom boy. She is Taïga’s friend, and she loathes Louise and her clique.
Louis St Clair
Louis is the school’s Prince Charming – good looking, well-mannered, oozing old money. He plays the piano like a virtuoso as he’s having absolute pitch, and excels at sport. A real gentleman, to perfect to be true.
Louise de Lautrec
“Jolie coeur“, Louise is used to get what she wants without really fighting for it – excellent grades, friends, boyfriends… But now Taïga seems to get too much attention and sweet Louise can’t let that happen.
Part of Louise’s inner circle, she can’t understand why she never gets a shot at being the center of attention.
Philippe de Montvilliers
Philippe is the school’s yes-man, every teacher’s pet. His grandfather is head of the famous “Montvillier Productions”, the biggest music mogul in France. It’s a pity Philippe is tone-deaf…
Well. I think we all know who she is.
Tristan de Lévis-Mirepoix
Tristan is Louis’s best friend, a C-student and generally a do-no-good-er. Which is probably why he’s so fun to hang with.
François Lambert, Headmaster
Amandine Béjart, Dance teacher
Benoit Bérrot, Sciences
Béatrice Bonnet, Mathematics
Mathilde Grosjean, Cooking
Chantal Champollion, French
Charles Karajanian, Music
André Lefebvre, Art
Mounia Ntumba, History & Geography
Florence Petit, French Foreign Language & Housekeeper