Boarding School Juliet (寄宿学校のジュリエット Kishuku Gakkō no Jurietto), also known as Juliet of Boarding School, is a Japanese shōnen manga series written and illustrated by Yōsuke Kaneda. It began serialization in Kodansha's Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine in 2015, and it moved to Weekly Shōnen Magazine in 2017. Eleven tankōbon volumes of the manga have been released so far. The manga is published digitally in English by Kodansha USA under the Kodansha Comics imprint from April 10, 2018. A light novel adaptation, written by Tadahito Mochizuki and illustrated by Kaneda, was published by Kodansha in a single volume on February 9, 2017. An anime television series adaptation by Liden Films aired from October 6 to December 22, 2018, in the Animeism programming block.
Boarding School Juliet takes place at Dahlia Academy Boarding School where students come from two rivalling countries known as the "Nation of Touwa" and "Principality of West". The story follows Romio Inuzuka, the 1st Year Leader of the "Black Dog Dormitory". Romio has an unrequited love for Juliet Percia, the 1st Year Leader of the "White Cat Dormitory". Initially hesitant, Romio decides to confess his love and resolves to change the world if it meant staying by Juliet's side. Juliet, impressed by Romio's determination, accepts his love. However, now both Romio and Juliet must work hard to keep their relationship a secret from other dorm mates while trying to avoid trouble.
- Romio Inuzuka, The leader of 1st Year High School division of the "Black Dogs". He has been in love with Juliet since their childhood and has always secretly protected her during the group's war. He is a romantic when it comes to dating Juliet and is often timid when making advances. However, he will always confront problems head-on, especially regarding Juliet or fellow students. Whilst physically strong, he struggles with his studies and is unable to swim.
- Juliet Persia, The leader of the 1st Year High School division of the "White Cats". She is the only daughter of the Persia household, a high ranking noble family from the West. Since only males can inherit the rank of nobility, the household is at risk of losing its noble status.
Twelve volumes have been published.