Slayer–like military recruiters, always showing up at the door of the school
Pranksters–put one of those ‘realistic sun’ bulbs in the cafeteria to mess with the vampire students “Ha ha! Got you, Vlad!”
Dorky vampires with braces
‘Undead’ vs ‘Living Dead’ –what is the current acceptable phrase?
Vampires, Werewolves, Zombies, Ghosts, Ghouls, Mummies, Skeletons, Yet, Witches, Goblins, Trolls, Dwarves
Have a dwarf be the odd teacher out, metal shop? Complains about how Trolls only ever want to make bridges.
The ‘Romeo and Juliet’ couple (there’s always one, isn’t there?) Are a Werewolf and a Skeleton. (because really, where can that go?)
UV blocking window glass in school, on buses
“They’re an ASS.”
“Ancient Secret Society.”
Werewolves talk about about ‘packs’ instead of ‘cliques’
IAU–International Association of the Undead
Mummies = foreign exchange students
Vampires= posh, all have excellent cheekbones?
Werewolves= biggest environmentalists
Skeletons= generally wear only one piece of clothing as an accessory–a scarf, or a baseball cap.
Yeti science teacher–always tells the students that he is not a Sasquatch, that there are very specific, scientific differences between the two species–and neither one is Bigfoot, because Bigfoot doesn’t exist!
‘Bones’ as a surname = common among Skeleton families (like ‘Smith’)
Have one teacher who is the odd one out, wrong genre, like an alien: “Are you in the wrong school, or something?”
Witches have biker gangs: “The Witchez” “Got Broom?”
Goth girl–intrepid reporter who infiltrates the school from the neighboring ‘normal’ high school. “Pamela? Your name is Pamela?” “Shh!”