The viewer gets a first person experience of being welcomed to Monster High with Catrine DeMew and a full tour of the school.
It is the first day at Monster High for both the viewer and a werecat by the name of Catrine. Catrine proposes that the two of them familiarize with the new environment together, which the viewer agrees to. Their first new acquaintances are two girls who introduce themselves as Clawdeen Wolf and Lagoona Blue and hand them their class schedules and locker assignments. The four of them are soon joined by a girl named Frankie, who suggests that she and the other two older students show the viewer and Catrine around.
Their tour starts at the gym, where the local fearleading team is rehearsing. Clawdeen runs up to the door and closes it, informing them that the routine isn't for public view yet. Lagoona then asks their attention for the many forms of sport available at Monster High, pointing at the window that gives a view on a casketball game going on outside. A werewolf, apparently a friend of the others, takes a moment to wave at them, which earns him a casketball in the face. Catrine, at least, finds this amusing and giggles. Next they are introduced to a teacher, Mr. Rotter, who warns them he doesn't give A's before closing the door to his classroom. After this, they are shown the Creepateria and introduced to a number of other students.
This would seem like a good start of their time at Monster High, but both Catrine and the viewer don't feel like everything is as it seems. It is almost like their new schoolmates are hiding something from them and that can't be good, right? But as they share their worst fears, Frankie runs up to them and tells them to follow her. She takes them to the main entrance of the school building, where just outside the headmistress and many students are gathered with a banner that reads "Welcome!". As they chant their welcome, the fearleading team joins them with the routine Clawdeen interrupted us from seeing earlier. Catrine and the viewer are both relieved that they were wrong and honored that all this was organized just for them. As the entire school assures them, they are Monster High.
- Rotter's claim that he doesn't give A's comes from Volume 1's webisode "Idol Threat" and has only previously been brought up again in the clip show webisode "Creature of the Year" until Volume 6.
- Catrine DeMew makes her 2D animation debut and webisode debut.
- This webisode is part of the Goreientation section of the Monster High website as promotional tool for the new features available to users. In fact, it wasn't placed in the regular channels until June 26, which is about half a year later.