Most of the research on machine learning classification methods is based on balanced data; the research on imbalanced data classification needs improvement. Generative adversarial networks (GANs) are able to learn high-dimensional complex data distribution without relying on a prior hypothesis, which has become a hot technology in artificial intelligence. In this letter, we propose a new structure, classroom-like generative adversarial networks (CLGANs), to construct a model with multiple generators. Taking inspiration from the fact that teachers arrange teaching activities according to students' learning situation, we propose a weight allocation function to adaptively adjust the influence weight of generator loss function on discriminator loss function. All the generators work together to improve the degree of discriminator and training sample space, so that a discriminator with excellent performance is trained and applied to the tasks of imbalanced data classification. Experimental results on the Case Western Reserve University data set and 2.4 GHz Indoor Channel Measurements data set show that the data classification ability of the discriminator trained by CLGANs with multiple generators is superior to that of other imbalanced data classification models, and the optimal discriminator can be obtained by selecting the right matching scheme of the generator models.