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VGHS StudentsEdit

CrossFYREEdit

CrossFYRE is a student at VGHS who took part in the final match of the FPS clan tryouts. He is ranked 14/436 students at VGHS.

D@NG3RbrainEdit

D@NG3Rbrain is a student at VGHS who took part in the final match of the FPS clan tryouts. The name is hommage to the graphics bureau which created most of the show's logos, Danger Brain.

J-PopEdit

J-Pop is a student at VGHS who is a part of the FPS Junior Varsity team. His school rank is 16/436. He is potrayed by Ashton Moio.
J-Pop

J-Pop

Natalie WoundEdit

Natalie Wound is a minor character in Video Game High School, appearing Season 1, Episode 6 as friend of Games Dean and Sal Mini/own. In Season 2, Episode 4 and Season 2, Episode 6 she's also part of the FPS Junior-Varsity. She is potrayed by Julia Misaki.

Natalie Wound

Natalie Wound

PrtyN8kedEdit

PrtyN8ked is a student at VGHS.
PrtyN8ked

PrtyN8ked

Sal Mini/ownEdit

Sal Mini/own is a student at VGHS and friend of Games Dean and Natalie Wound. He, along with Games and Natalie, play BrianD and Jenny Matrix in an FPS match in Episode 6.

SPEEDRNREdit

SPEEDRNR is (or perhaps was) a student at VGHS. Not much is known about him or her other than the fact that he or she currently holds the second fastest recorded time for The Pit. Jenny Matrix broke The Pit record sometime between Episodes 3 and 4, and prior to that point SPEEDRNR must have held the record for fastest recorded Pit-run in VGHS history at 0:36.113 seconds.

xXxURBNINJAxXxEdit

xXxURBNINJAxXx is (or perhaps was) a student at VGHS. Not much is known about him or her other than the fact that he or she currently holds the third fastest recorded time for The Pit. Jenny Matrix broke The Pit record sometime between Episodes 3 and 4, and prior to that point xXxURBNINJAxXx must have held the record for second fastest recorded Pit-run in VGHS history at 0:38.553, only 0:2.44 seconds behind SPEEDRNR.

Adam K.Edit

Adam K. is a student at VGHS. His school ranking is 282

KENM187Edit

KENM187 is a student at VGHS. His school ranking is 283.

DarkExil3Edit

DarkExil3 is a student at VGHS. His school ranking is 284.

RefinitEdit

Refinit is a student at VGHS. His school ranking is 285.

SkippyEdit

Skippy is a student at VGHS. His school ranking is 286.

Tatsaya "Ace"Edit

Tatsaya "Ace" is a student at VGHS. His school ranking is 287.

F3nix87Edit

F3nix87 is a student at VGHS. His school ranking is 288.

LesEdit

Les is a student at VGHS

The ThrillEdit

The Thrill is a student at VGHS

A Dark MistEdit

A Dark Mist is a student at VGHS

PresteEdit

Preste is a student at VGHS

MAXWELLEdit

MAXWELL is a student at VGHS.

PROMETHEUSEdit

PROMETHEUS is a student at VGHS.

DerpHerderDavidEdit

DerpHerderDavid is a studnet at VGHS. His school ranking is 280.

Dr. Sus BolasEdit

Dr. Sus Bolas is a student at VGHS. Their school ranking is 281

VGHS TeachersEdit

Drift Racing TeacherEdit

There is an unnamed teacher of Drift Racing at VGHS. As it suggests, they teach students the art of drifting with cars via racing games.

Fighting Game TeacherEdit

There is an unnamed teacher who is the instructor of a fighting game class. Although it is unknown if she actually has skill in fighting games, Ki Swan can best her, as seen in Episode 6.

Yoga TeacherEdit

There is an unnamed teacher of yoga class. Not much else is known, as the class itself was only briefly mentioned in Episode 6 as a reason for Ted to break his conversation with Drift King.

Other CharactersEdit

Acid RefluxEdit

Acid Reflux is a minor character in Video Game High School, being one of Brian D's teammates in Episode 1. He is portrayed by VGHS editor and Rocket Jump co-founder, Desmond Dolly.

BebopEdit

Bebop, played by Devin White, appears in Season 1, Episode 1 as one of Brian's teammates and friends in the Field of Fire match in the beginning of the episode.
Bebop

Bebop

"In Real Life" HostsEdit

BellaEdit

Bella is a minor character featured in Video Game High School. She is a co-host of the show In Real Life. She is portrayed by Justine Ezarik.

EsmeEdit

Esme is a minor character featured in Video Game High School. She is a co-host of the show In Real Life. She is portrayed by LeeAnna Vamp.

RosalieEdit

Rosalie is a minor character featured in Video Game High School. She is a co-host of the show In Real Life. She is portrayed by Shira Lazar.

"The Agreement Corner" HostsEdit

Buddy PhelpsEdit

Buddy Phelps is one of the hosts of the show The Agreement Corner in Video Game High School. He is portrayed by William Campos.

Chip TriggerEdit

Chip Trigger is one of the hosts of the show The Agreement Corner. He is portrayed by Jon Salmon.

Clint LockwoodEdit

Clint Lockwood is one of the hosts of the show The Agreement Corner in Video Game High School. He is portrayed by Clinton Jones.

Ron JenkinsEdit

Ron Jenkins

Ron Jenkins

Ron Jenkins is one of the hosts of the show The Agreement Corner. He is portrayed by Beaux Loy.

FreezerburnEdit

Freezerburn is a minor character featured in Video Game High School who was Brian D's squadmate in Episode 1 during the beginning. She is killed, but returns later in the game. She is portrayed by the actress and stuntwoman Kara Petersen.

RosieEdit

Rosie was a janitor at VGHS.

K-PopEdit

K-Pop, portrayed by Wesley Chan, is a character who appears in the first and last episode of Video Game High School. Alongside Old Boy, He bullies BrianD for resources (as he is a real-time strategy gamer), before later becoming friends by the end of the show.

SUSHI_PRINCESSEdit

SUSHI_PRINCESS is a young fps player who easily beat Jenny Matrix.

Mr. AceEdit

Mr. Ace is a minor character mentioned in Video Game High School. He is the father of Ace, the teacher of FPS 101 at VGHS. If students make the mistake of calling Ace "Mr. Ace," like when Brian D did in Episode 3, he will refer to that name belonging to his father, not him.

Mrs. BarnstormerEdit

Mrs. Barnstormer is the mother and superior of Ashley Barnstormer and Shane Barnstormer. She is seen briefly in Season 3, Episode 5 as a tall figure standing behind her sons. In Season 3, Episode 6 she is referenced once by Shane Barnstormer. She later appears at the end of the episode. She is portrayed by Maureen McCormick.

Mrs. DohenyEdit

Mrs. Doheny is the widowed mother of Brian Doheny, or more commonly known as Brian D, the main protagonist of Video Game High School. She is only seen in Episode 1, but not completely shown; it is shown that she plays MMORPG/fantasy games. Brian mentions that she is an addict. In Season 2, Episode 4, Brian receives a "telegram" from his mother and receives his cat, Cheeto, and a note from his mom saying "Brian -Mom." In Season 3, Episode 6, Mrs. Doheny is seen playing her MMORPG/fantasy game when Brian comes home from work. It is mentioned that she is a high-level mage.
Mrs. Doheny

Mrs. Doheny

Old BoyEdit

Old Boy is a character who bullies BrianD in episode 1 of Video Game High School, and later appears at the end of the series, alongside his friend K-Pop. He is portrayed by Philip Wang.

Old Boy

Old Boy

QuackGyverEdit

QuackGyver is a student at Barkley High School and is a member of the Barkley Cyber Dwarves FPS team.

BortGZEdit

BortGZ is a student at Barkley High School and is a member of the Barkley Cyber Dwarves FPS team.