re·cal·ci·trant 1 : obstinately defiant of authority or restraint. 2 a : difficult to manage or operate b : not responsive to treatment c : resistant <this subject is recalcitrant both to observation and to experiment — G. G. Simpson> synonyms see unruly
in·cor·ri·gi·ble 1: incapable of being corrected or amended: as a (1) : not reformable : depraved (2) : delinquent b : not manageable : unruly c : unalterable, inveterate
The Academy is both a fictional space where I indulge my love of role and age play as Dr. Emilious Tarr, the Headmaster of the Academy, and the educational center of the Holding.
In the fictional home of my alter ego, I am Dr. Emilious Tarr, Headmaster of The Yorktown Academy of Deportment for Recalcitrant and Incorrigible Young Men and Women, and the Director of the Virginia Institute for the Study and Treatment (but not cure) of Female Hysteria.
As the educational center, we have a faculty, we teach and do demonstrations locally, regionally, and nationally, and we reach out to others with similar avocations to offer our assistance and support.