YMMV / Gravedale High

  • Crack Pairing: Max Schneider and Headmistress Crone in "The Grave Intruder". He's not fond of the idea, but she is.
  • Cult Classic: The show only lasted a single season, yet it still has quite a lot of fans.
  • Ear Worm: The theme song, and some background music, is pretty catchy.
  • Ensemble Darkhorse: Vinnie Stoker tends to be the most popular character of the show.
  • Genius Bonus: Sid's impersonations, for starters.
  • Hilarious in Hindsight: While an indicator that the show didn't do well, it's extremely poetic that the series lasted thirteen episodes.
  • Ho Yay: Vinnie and Reggie are the most popular ship in Gravedale High's small fandom. In 'Dress Up Mess Up', Vinnie affectionately refers to Reggie as Mr. Schneider's teacher's pet while scratching his ear.
  • Ugly Cute: Every student in Max's class is on at least some level adorable in spite of being monsters.
  • Values Dissonance: "Cleo's Pen Pal" revolves around Cleo having a crush on a TV actor named Billy Headstone, who is most likely considerably older than she is. The ending where Billy finally meets her and Blanche and Max Schneider remark what a great couple they'd make is uncomfortable to watch nowadays, considering how our society has come to shun older people having relationships with underage teenagers.
  • The Woobie: Reggie in "Monster on Trial". He keeps blaming himself for not being a good driver, and it's made worse by the fact that he accidentally bumps into old lady Fresno.
    • Max becomes this in "Good-Bye Gravedale". It turns out he was going to be a teacher at Midtown Prep, but turned it down once he got news of being applied because he's grown accustomed to Gravedale. And when the gang finds his application, they feel betrayed and misbehave out of spite, causing him to transfer to Midtown Prep. He comes back to Gravedale, incognito as Mr. Creepers.