The staff credentials are a collection of seven mini-curriculum vitae for as many members of the Monster High staff. With the exception of Where's, all were originally published in the Fearbook on the Fabulous Faculty page. These six staff members also have profile art made for them, which equally first appeared in the Fearbook. Where's mini-curriculum vitae has been published only once, namely in the Academics section of the Monster High website.
Headless Headmistress Bloodgood
"Losing your head is no excuse for not doing the right thing."
Sleepy Hollow State B.S., Equestrian Studies
Marie Antoinette AEM M.A., Horticulture/Para-Psychology
"What's the worst thing that could happen?"
North Styx State B.A., Modern Dance/Journalism
Tombstone Tech M.A., Peace Studies
"A dull mind cannot cut the cheese of knowledge."
Skinner College B.S., Chemistry
Lancet and Czechit School of Science M.S., Taxidermy
"You're nothing but skin and bones."
Grimm Brothers Culinary Institute A.A., Bakery Science
H.C. Anderson School of Building Confections B.S., Candy Construction
"Knowledge is the cure for every curse."
King Tut Teachers College B.A., Architecture
Alexandria Institute of Technology M.S., Euclidian Geometry
"You can't hide from fitness."
Griffin Community College A.A., Physical Education
"To see or not to be seen: that is the question."
Hellenic University M.A., Theatre and Performance Studies
Named Stage and Scream magazine's "Deadliest Drama King" three years in a row
"North Styx State" is a reference to the river Styx, which in Greek mythology was the body that separated the realm of the living from the realm of the dead.
"Grimm Brothers Culinary Institute." refers to the Brothers Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, who collected and popularized many fairytales that had until then existed only as oral lore. They published Hansel and Gretel in 1812 in the first volume of Kinder- und Hausmärchen.
"H.C. Anderson School of Building Confections" refers to Hans Christian Andersen, an author of fairytales of equal fame to the Brothers Grimm.
"King Tut Teachers College" references Tutankhamun, a pharoah who died young. He gained fame due to his tomb's discovery in 1922, which at the time was uniquely intact, and the supposed curse responsible for the deaths of some of the grave tresspassers.
"Alexandria Institute of Technology M.S., Euclidian Geometry" references the classical system of geometry compiled and completed by Euclid, a Greek mathematician active in Alexandria, the capital of Ancient Egypt during the Ptolemaic dynasty.
"Hellenic University" may be a reference to the fact that the The Invisible Man novella was partially inspired by the Ring of Gyges, an Ancient Greek/Hellenic story. Alternatively, it may refer to the influence Ancient Greek theater had on the development of Western theater.