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From what I remember there are kids with special abilities who go to school with each other. Some are not as strong and leave, which is part of the mystery. I think there are some human-like monsters that the kids help, and as the kids grow up, the human-like monsters build an army.

I remember that at the end there is a couple who grew up among the kids who fight one of their old friends who was thought to be dead.

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Sounds very similar to Shin Sekai Yori (From the New World)

Set in Japan, 1000 years after the modern era, Shin Sekai Yori follows the life of Saki Watanabe, a girl from the town of Kamisu 66. In this age, all humans possess powerful psychic abilities, and live an idyllic life in agrarian villages. Saki gains her special powers at the age of twelve and joins her friends Satoru Asahina, Maria Akizuki, Mamoru Itou, Shun Aonuma, and Reiko Amano in enrolling at school to hone her gifts.

Two years later, as Saki and her friends reach adolescence and develop relationships, Shun starts to distance himself from the others and eventually goes missing.

Yakomaru's colony slowly ascends to power while conquering other colonies and wiping out the Giant Hornet colony, eventually attacking Kamisu 66 with what is believed to be an Ogre that the Monster Rats refer to as their "Messiah."

All the parts match including the human-like monsters building an army.

Very good show with all the build up to the surprising twist at the end!

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