|Bayville High School|
|Real Name||Bayville High School|
|Allies|| Raven Darkholme (Former Principal)|
Edward Kelly (Principal)
- Jean Grey: Graduated.
- Scott Summers: Graduated.
- Kurt Wagner
- Kitty Pryde
- Evan Daniels: Former student.
- Bobby Drake
- Sam Guthrie
- Amara Aquilla
- Jubilation Lee: Former student.
- Rahne Sinclair
- Jamie Madrox
- Ray Crisp
- Roberto Da Costa
- Lance Alvers
- Fred Dukes
- Todd Tolanski
- Pietro Maximoff
- Wanda Maximoff
- Tabitha Smith
- Duncan Matthews: Graduated.
- Amanda Sefton
- Webber Torque
- Risty Wilde: Former student. Secretly Mystique.
- Paul Haits: Former student.
- Taryn Fujioka
The history of the school is unknown.
Some time in the 1970s, a boy named Forge performed an experiment. However, he became trapped in a kind of alternate dimension.
The X-Men and Brotherhood had many fights at the school, though it was always covered up. Sometimes, Charles Xavier had to erase memories from the staff and students.
Eventually, Ms. Darkholme disappeared. Edward Kelly was hired as her replacement.
Hank McCoy was hired as a science teacher, but disappeared after he transformed into a large creature.
When the existence of mutants became known to the world, many of the normal students turned against the mutant students. The mutant students stayed at the school despite the problems.
In the series, the school became symbolic of what is usually a global situation for mutants. In the comics, the problems between mutants and humans are widespread but in the series the situation was largely isolated to the school and Bayville.
In the ComicsEdit
The X-Men attended school at the mansion, called the Xavier Institute for Higher Learning. The private school facade provided a cover for why so many students were there from so many different places. In the series, to the public it appears to be more of a boarding house than private school.
Robert Kelly, renamed Edward for the series, was an anti-mutant Senator turned pro-mutant President, not a principal.