Catty Noir just wants to go to school like her fans, but the Monster High student bodies aren't sure how to handle having a pop star haunt their hallways.
Catty Noir leaves the world of glitter and glamour for a while in order to enjoy a simpler life outside of the spotlight. Monster High is her high school of choice, where she hopes to be accepted as a peer by the other students. But fate isn't with her, as she finds out the moment she steps out of the car and is met by a crowd of enthusiastic fans and large banners bearing her image. Vainly hoping this event does not predict what her time at Monster High will be like, Catty gets on with her first day.
When looking for her locker, Catty finds herself surrounded by Frankie Stein and her friends. They show her her locker, which has been obnoxiously decorated with lights and pictures of her. The group explains they made a diva locker out of her locker to make her feel at home. Catty is disappointed, but lets it slide. Later on, she gets an A in Mr. Rotter's class for a test she never even got to make, because the teacher thinks of her as above it. Growing more distressed by the hour, Catty arrives at the creepateria during lunch only to see it covered in posters of her. She is invited to a long line of tables placed together, which she soon learns has been done specifically because everyone wanted to share a table with her. Full-out disturbed at this point, Catty excuses herself and flees the creepateria.
A special meeting is called in the clawditorium to welcome Catty to Monster High, but she does not show up. The students and staff are confused, until a remark of Cleo reminds Frankie of "Normal Ghoul", one of Catty's latest songs. She realizes that Catty doesn't want to be treated like a star at all, but as an everyday equal. The school quickly tones down its attitude towards the newest student. Catty is elated to find herself finally out of the spotlight and receives apologies from Frankie on behalf of the entire school for their mistake.
- Catty's enrollment at Monster High was announced in "Monsters of Music".
- Mr. Rotter does not give A's, as stated in "Idol Threat" and "We are Monster High". For him to give Catty one is an even bigger deal than him giving her a grade for free.
- The tall lunch lady makes her cartoon debut.