Yumenosaki Private Academy (夢ノ咲学院, Yumenosaki Gakuen, lit. A School where Dreams Bloom) is a performing arts school that overlooks the ocean. The exams to get into Yumenosaki are known to be rigorous, and involve written and performance exams. Courses consist of the idol course, producer course, vocal course, music course, theater course, and regular course. The regular course is the only course that is not performing arts-related.
The idol course behaves as an idol training school while simultaneously allowing students to undertake formal idol work. Idol course students make connections and find work in the entertainment industry, making the idol course somewhat like a huge idol agency. Many students in Yumenosaki intend to continue as idols after graduation, but some may choose to enter different professions.
Yumenosaki overlooks the ocean on one side with mountains at its back, located close to nearby cities and towns. Though the school is not meant to be in any real-world location, the artists referenced Kobe City in Hyogo Prefecture when illustrating backgrounds.
Facilities at Yumenosaki include a Dance Room, Tennis Court, Basketball Court, Gym, Archery Ground, Track Ground, Dojo, Pool, Kitchen, Grower Barn, Library, Broadcasting Room, Music Room, AV Room, and Auditorium. Later on, a Nap Room was developed as well for students to rent out when needing to stay late and sleep at school.
The idol course and Producer Course are both located in the same building, separate from the other courses. The Player is meant to act as a test run for the Producer Course curriculum in the current year, and thus attends class alongside the students in the idol course. However, Operetta established that the Producer Course opens up to general admission in the following year, and that producer classrooms are separate from idol classrooms.