Everyone at Cascadia is Canadian, except Sebastien, as according to President Bates, Sebastien is a transfer student from Paris, France. This also holds true in real life, where all the cast members are Canadian except Vadim, who is from Paris, France.
We find out that Cody is a new student without athletic reasons to be at Cascadia - but rather her father is the new psychiatrist on campus.
We find out that Cody does not live with the rest of Cascadia. She and her father live in separate quarters from the campus.
Sébastien: So I got the big room, huh? They tell I'm gonna need a roommate. You in?
Squib: I've done nothing but rag on you since you got here.
Sébastien: Something you should know about me: I like to take the hard road too.
Sébastien: Your whole room versus my little racquet? Hardly seems fair.
Squib: Something you should know about me: I like to take the hard road.
Megan: (about Sébastien) Like James Dean, meets Prince William, meets... somebody French.
Squib: (After having his head shoved into mud) Should've stuck to bowling.
We find out that Adena and Megan have been best friends since they were little and grown up in Oakville.
In the weightroom scene, we find out that Adena joined Cascadia, after Megan applied and got accepted. It ended up that Adena was naturally a better tennis player than Megan, which irritates Megan because Adena wants to win everything that Megan goes for.
We find out that Sebastien is actually poor. His father, Henri Dube, works at a bowling alley as a cook for Artie's to help pay for Sebastien's tuition. Sebastien never confirms that he is rich in this episode, but most of the students who attend Cascadia are generally wealthy due to the fact that tuition to attend Cascadia is very expensive, and assumes that anyone who does attend the institution, would be wealthy.
The car can be rusted because Sebastien arrived in a taxi.
Studentia Jockulus is latin for "the jock". Cody wrote this for her first paper at Cascadia, the Chronicles.