It's also a good anime and visual novel that NIS America can into for dubbing since the visual novel have a bit of voice acting involved. The anime is only 12 episodes long, so it's a bit easier for a new company in the anime business to work with than a 26 episode series. And I would save it as "Plan B" option if NIS America wants to get into dubbing anime. That is, the sold enough units from the premium edition box sets from the four series they've licensed to dig deeper into anime and dubbing, but not enough to warrant for a dub for each of the series. Of course, School Days is one of the few anime that I personally do not give a damn about if it is dubbed or not.