The following morning and staying true to his word for the previous day, Tyler took a more relaxed approach to the required dress code of the academy. He decided the suit jacket and tie, from the attire of others, were definitely unnecessary additions. Before leaving his room and heading to class he made sure to grab his cased violin. He made his way to the cafeteria in order to have a quick breakfast before class. He had taken a quick glance around whilst eating but didn't see anyone he knew.
The mandatory classes, similar to yesterday came across as rather basic. Though feigning interest was not something that Tyler found any difficulty doing. He did make a couple of notes to quiz others over in math class to see if there was something he could help them out with. Though striking a perfect score had been outside of his own reach, so some notes were still for his own personal development. The homework of trigonometry was unlikely to cause any issue given that he had spent a lot of his free time prior to attendance at the academy around engineers.
Of the subjects throughout the day Latin was probably the one Tyler was looking forward to the least. One among many of the subjects that were selected for him by his parents. Seemingly selected out of the lack of law class. However it ultimately came across as being quite interesting. Learning the past of the language itself and how it eventually would tie in with the English language made it feel more like the classes would be a journey rather than pure theory on the words and the their modern meanings. Despite his initial thought of making minimal effort he found himself in the opposite state of mind before the end of the class. Of the students he knew Alana seemed to be the only other one in this class. Though he'd probably interacted with her least of their study group he attempted to engage in small talk when the opportunities arose throughout the lesson.
The last lesson of the day, at least for Tyler was Music. He was rather excited for what the lesson may entail and whether he would get the opportunity to play during class. The excitement to play turned more into a sinking feeling as everyone he knew was also taking this class. Somewhat fortunately for him though the class was rather basic, what they were going over were things that Tyler was familiar with through playing an instrument himself. He struggled throughout the lesson to maintain concentration for a theory he already understood. The homework that was set, similar to those in Math and science seemed it would be rather straightforward. Once class had ended he was keen to get some practice in, but that would be something that would have to wait until classes for the day were over.
Tyler didn't make any notable use of his time whilst waiting for the music room to become free. He mostly just wandered around the class areas to better familiarise himself with the schools layout. However he wasted no time in returning to the music room. He glanced in the room to make sure no one else was already making use of it before entering. The music room was well equipped for his needs, removing his violin from its case and removing the few pieces of sheet music and balancing it on a stand. He made a side ward glance over to the rooms door as he snugly rested his chin in place, bow in hand. Convinced that it was unlikely he'd be disturbed immediately on commencement Tyler studies over the sheet before him, the briefest pause as he begun to play. A stern look of concentration on his face as he tries to play the tune to the best of his ability. The slight imperfections openly displayed the room for future development.