Characters: Timothy Goes to School

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    The Kids 


Played by: Austin Dilulio

The main character of the show. An excitable 5-year-old raccoon who often helps his friends with their problems. He is best friends with Yoko.


Played by: Lisa Yamanaka

A sweet-natured Japanese cat who plays the violin and is very close to Timothy. She's also Timothy's best friend


Played by: Laurie Elliott

Timothy's intelligent badger or skunk friend who sometimes knows even more than the teacher, but tends to be messy.


Played by: Max Morrow

A shy little mouse who finds it hard to talk in front of others, but has a great imagination. He mostly plays with Timothy, Yoko, and Lilly.

  • Cowardly Lion
  • Character Development: After "Shy Charles", Charles starts talking more and even becomes very helpful with Lilly in "Don't Lost It Lilly" who helps her remember certain things.
  • Mr. Imagination: He's often shown to be one of the more imaginative students during play.
  • The Cutie: Can you blame his aunt for thinking this in the beginning of "Shy Charles"?
  • The Napoleon: He doesn't have the bad temper, but he's sensitive about his height.
  • Shrinking Violet
  • The Quiet One: For the first few episodes, until "Don't Lose It Lilly" when he starts becoming more vocal around Lilly and helping her remember certain things.
  • Why Did It Have To Be Spiders?


Played by: Alyson Court

A noisy mouse who earned the nickname Noisy Nora who tends to be a bit bossy and sulky. Nora enjoys her mother reading her stories. She has a baby brother named Jack and a sister named Kate that's about 3 years older than her. She owns a pet lizard named Norman who later in the series moves to Hilltop School in order to live in a bigger aquarium.


Played by: Mag Ruffman

A forgetful and airheaded fox who is often seen with a ribbon tied around her finger so she remembers things. Lilly moved to the neighborhood recently from somewhere down south and has her first snow day during the series. She eventually becomes best friends with Nora.

  • Cute Clumsy Girl
  • Break the Cutie: While very brief, she can be seen crying when she realizes that she thought that she forgotten her pet goldfish Goldie. Until her mother tells her that she's cleaning the bowl.
  • Disappeared Dad
  • The Ditz
  • The Cutie
  • The Pollyanna
  • Does Not Like Spam: She doesn't like mustard or strong peppermints because they burn her tongue.
  • Forgetful Jones: She claims that the reason she's so forgetful is "That her head is fool of sunshine."
    • Lilly's forgetfulness is taken more seriously in "Lifesavor Lilly"
  • Cloud Cuckoolander: Subverted, she may not be the brights but really cares about her friends and her pet goldfish.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Although episode titling and other official resources clearly indicate that her name is "Lilly," the spelling is so unusual that it's regularly misspelled on the Internet as "Lily" and it's not at all unusual to see both spellings in pages about the series.
  • The Ingenue
  • Hidden Depths: While she is very forgetful. She always remembers to feed her pet fish Goldy...well most of the time that is.
  • Those Two Girls: With Nora
  • The One Who Wears Shoes: She and Mrs. Jenkins are the only characters on the show who wear shoes.
  • Kindhearted Simpleton
  • Simpleton Voice: A rare female example, but this goes away when she get's very upset,annoyed, or sad.
  • Vocal Evolution: In the episode "Liversavor Lilly", Lilly's voice sounds more serious and monotone. This is due to the episode taking her forgetfulness more seriously since she really wants to take care of the class pet. This is most notable when she gets very upset when she tells herself that she really is to forgetful to take care of their pet even though she always remember feeding her pet fish Goldie...sometimes that is.


Played by: Tracy Ryan

A boisterous beaver who likes sports and is the tallest in the class, but the smallest in her family.

Frank & Frank

Played by: Darren Frost (Frank #1) and Rob Stefaniuk (Frank #2)

Twin French bulldog brothers who love playing sports and playing pranks. They like to play together and often speak in unison.


Played by: Joanne Vannicola

An arrogant raccoon who seems to be good at everything. He had a bit of a rivalry with Timothy at first but they soon became good friends. He is mostly seen with Grace.

  • The Ace: But not at swimming. His revelation of this to Timothy helps mend bridges between them.
  • Book Worm: Unusual for his character archetype, he's the one who is usually seen on his own reading a book
  • Deadpan Snarker
  • Missing Mom
  • Pride: As shown the racing episode and the first episode where he meets Timothy.
  • Smug Snake: In the earlier episodes he is always seen making this expression especially in the episode where he and Grace are racing and are proud of being in First place.
  • Spirited Competitor
  • The Bully: To Timothy in the first episode only.
  • The Rival: To Timothy until he shows Claude how to swim in "Taking the Plunge."
  • Took a Level in Kindness: Toward Timothy after "Taking the Plunge." Helping Claude learn how to swim helped them become good friends.
  • Why Did It Have To Be Water?: Until Timothy teaches him how to swim.
  • Vocal Evolution: In the episode where the students race. He along with Grace talk in a more monotone,deep, and mocking tone. Due to them focusing on winning instead of having fun.


Played by: Linda Kash

A somewhat snobby upper-class cat who likes dancing, especially ballet and figure-skating. She is mostly seen with Claude.

  • Alpha Bitch: Depending on the episode, but especially the racing episode with Claud.
  • Break the Haughty: Twice, as first seen in the episode where she breaks her leg and begins crying. The second is the episode where hears Doris talking about how "funny" she looked when she fell down causing her to cry.
  • Cats Are Mean: Subverted
  • Deadpan Snarker
  • Girly Girl: She is upper-class, loves dancing, hates getting dirty and gross things, and likes things to be perfect.
  • Neat Freak
  • Pink Means Feminine: Her ballet outfit is pink and she is very feminine.
  • Pride: Most notable when she's racing with Claud
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: In the episode "Abracadabra", she takes a peek in Fritz's magic book and steals the talent for one of his tricks which causes him to get mad and blame Timothy.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: She starts acting less mean and bossy once Juanita becomes a new student.
  • True Blue Femininity: She wears a blue dress and she is very feminine.


Played by: Susan Laney Dalton

A Spanish cat who just transferred to Hilltop School in the last two episodes and was a bit anxious to leave her mother.

    The Adults 

Mrs Jenkins

Played by: Fiona Reid

Formerly Miss Abercrombie; Mrs Jenkins is the class' fox teacher.


Played by: Jamie Watson

A cheerful beaver who is the school's janitor and bus driver. He used to be Mrs Jenkins' student back when she was Miss Abercrombie.

  • Nice Hat: He has one that he wears sometimes when driving the bus.

Miss Appleberry

A student teacher badger or skunk who sometimes appears to help out, or cover for Mrs Jenkins.