Casper's Scare School: The Series is a 2009 animated series based on the CGI film Casper's Scare School, starring Casper the Friendly Ghost. The series is broadcast these days a week on YTV Canada and will air on Cartoon Network UK & Ireland.
Casper's Scare School provides the following tropes
Bad Is Good And Good Is Bad: Alder and Dash take this very literally. They once punished Casper for giving a gift to one of the teachers, not because it could be considered a bribe, but because it was a nice thing to do.
Big Fancy House: The Ghostly Trio's manor could qualify, in spite of it's creepiness.
Blind and the Beast: In season 2 there's a recurring near-sighted old lady who sees Casper and friends as normal human kids.
Blindfolded Vision: Cappy. In fact, when he has his blindness taken away he loses all sense of direction.
For Halloween, I Am Going as Myself: in the comic, Ra, Mantha and Wolfie go trick or treating in their regular outfits. Casper however averts the trope since he dresses up in a pirate costume, both since he doesn't want to dress like a Bed Sheet Ghost and because he promised Cappy to wear this costume in exchance for a ride to Deedstown.
Humanity Ensues: In one episode, Wolfie was turned into a "fleshie", or human.
Mythology Gag: Deedstown shares the same name as the town from Casper: A Spirited Beginning.
Negative Continuity: Season 2 overall is infamous for it's number of inconsitencies with season 1, a few examples:
In the season 2 episode "Cappy's Mail Order Eyes" Cappy gets new eyes and manages to make his way to Deedstown, despite the 4-part special from season 1 establishing that he loses all sense of direction when he's not blind.
In the season 1 episode "Revenge of the Creature Catcher", Jimmy is able to travel from the manor of Casper's uncles to Scare School, proving that he knows how to operate the clock and open the dimension tube. But in the season 2 episode "The Manor Has Disappeared", he somehow does not know this and ends up shrinking the manor when trying to open the tube.
In the 4-part special, Mr. Bradley finds out Jimmy is friends with Casper and co. But in later episodes, he does not seem to know this.
In the episode "Our Boy Wolfie", Wolfie does not know who Jimmy is, despite the fact that this episode is clearly set after "Ghost Bust a Move" (as Graham is already a creature catcher by now) in which Wolfie and Jimmy met.
Nurse with Good Intentions: The school nurse seems to be under the impression that her sadistic methods will cure her patients rather than making them worse.
One-Federation Limit: of every creature, there is only one within Scare School (Casper is the only Ghost student, Ra the only mummy, Thatch the only vampire etc.) The only exceptions are Mickey and Monaco, who are both skeletons.
One Steve Limit: In a possibly accidental aversion, Jimmy has had two completely different bullies in different episodes, both named Norman. One has brown hair in a mullet hairstyle, and the other is a blond skater in a beanie and red hoodie. They appeared in the same scene in one episode (though the one with a mullet is possessing Casper).
Our Werewolves Are Different: Wolfie is perpetually a werewolf. When there's a full moon he turns into a bigger werewolf and loses all control.
Our Monsters Are Different: Many of the creatures that would normally be former fleshies were never fleshies. Mantha was always a zombie, Ra was always a mummy, etc. The only characters that were confirmed to be formerly human were Fly Boy and his father.
However, in the episode "Scare Day", after Mantha wins a scaring competition, she mentions this is the best day of her afterlife. This suggests she too was once a human, died, and then became a zombie.
Our Zombies Are Different: Mantha is smart and agile. The walking slowly while chanting "Braaains..." routine is just a scare tactic zombies use. And though she does eat brains, it's not all she eats.
Out-of-Character Moment: In "Potent Brew" Casper is trying to pull something from a toddler's grip and when Mantha scares the toddler into letting go, making her cry, Casper thanks her. What the hell.
Power Parasite: In the 4-parter "Power Outage" Razznik steals everyone's powers with the help of a magic crystal.
Protagonist-Centered Morality: In "The Reflesherator" Fly Boy's father wants to be human again, but Fly Boy doesn't, so Fly Boy gets Casper, Mantha and Ra to help him destroy the machine that would cure them. Not once are Fly Boy's father's feelings considered.
Something Only They Would Say: To find out whether or not it's Wolfie (who turned human), Thatch asked him if he remembers what Thatch did yesterday. Wolfie tells him of Thatch's prank on Alder and Dash, but he shuts Wolfie up and says he meant about the prank on Casper.