List of Xavier Institute students and staff

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Emma Frost with the remaining Xavier Institute student body post-M-Day. Art by Mark Brooks.

The Xavier Institute is a fictional school in the X-Men universe. This list documents the fictional staff, students and alumni of the Institute.

Xavier Institute for Higher Learning[edit]

Former Staff Members[edit]

  • Cyclops (Scott Summers) - Founding student body member; former headmaster and mentor of the Corsairs; former geometry/leadership and tactics teacher;[1] currently leading the X-Men on Utopia.
  • White Queen (Emma Frost) - Former headmistress and mentor of the Hellions at the Massachusetts Academy; former ethics teacher;[1] currently second-in-command to Cyclops on Utopia with the X-Men.
  • Karma (Shan Coy Manh) - Former secretary to the headmaster, former librarian, former French teacher and replacement mentor of the Alpha Squadron; currently a member of the Astonishing X-Men.
  • Colossus (Piotr Rasputin) - Former art teacher; currently a member of the X-Men.
  • Magma (Amara Aquilla) - Former geology teacher and replacement mentor of the Paragons; currently a member of the X-Men in the recent incarnation of the New Mutants.
  • Tom Corsi - Former physical education teacher; current whereabouts unknown.
  • Nightcrawler (Kurt Wagner) - Deceased; former drama teacher.[2]
  • Prodigy (David Alleyne) - Substitute instructor.[3]
  • Storm (Ororo Munroe) - Former mentor; left the school to look after mutants in Africa; married the Black Panther and became queen of Wakanda; briefly joined the Fantastic Four; currently a member of the X-Men.
  • Danielle Moonstar - Former American history teacher and mentor of the New Mutants squad; depowered due to the events of M-Day and fired as a tutor by Emma Frost; briefly became a trainer for the Initiative; currently a member of the X-Men in the recent incarnation of the New Mutants.
  • Wolfsbane (Rahne Sinclair) - Former mentor of the Paragons and teaching assistant; former member of X-Force.
  • Annie Ghazikhanian - Former school nurse; left the school during an attack by the Brotherhood of Mutants; current whereabouts unknown.
  • Northstar (Jean-Paul Beaubier) - Former business and flight teacher and mentor of Alpha Squadron; currently a member of the X-Men.
  • Phoenix (Jean Grey-Summers) - Former headmistress; currently in a higher plane of existence: The White Hot Room.
  • Moira MacTaggert - Deceased; former housekeeper and lover of Charles Xavier; formerly in charge of the Muir Island Laboratory.
  • Marilyn Hannah - Former Xavier Institute chef; killed by Black Tom Cassidy during the Brotherhood's attack on the Institute; called Hannah in earlier appearances.
  • Alicia Downing - Former Xavier Institute guidance counselor.
  • Sharon Friedlander - Deceased; former school nurse.
  • Stevie Hunter - Former dance instructor; current whereabouts unknown.
  • Angel/Archangel (Warren Worthington III) - Former flight class instructor; currently with the X-Men and X-Force.
  • Kuan Yin-Xorn - Deceased; former advisor to the Special Class.
  • Professor X (Charles Xavier) - Former headmaster.
  • Sanji Yamamoto - Former member of the kitchen staff.
  • Banshee (Sean Cassidy) - Deceased; former assistant to Moira; former headmaster of the Massachusetts Academy when it was the home and training facility of Generation X.
  • Magneto (Max Eisenhardt) - Former headmaster; currently a member of the X-Men on Utopia.

Student body[edit]

This list does not include the students at the Massachusetts Academy or the wards of X-Factor.

Original X-Men[edit]

Original New Mutants[edit]

The original New Mutants were the second group of students trained by Charles Xavier. Magneto took over as headmaster in Xavier's absence.

Special Class[edit]

Omega Gang[edit]

  • Glob Herman (Robert Herman) - Glob Herman was injured after setting himself aflame and going on a rampage. When he recovered from these injuries, he was sent to a human jail to atone for the crimes he committed as a member of the Omega Gang. Currently a student at the Jean Grey School.
  • Kid Omega (Quentin Quire) - Following his defeat by the Stepford Cuckoos, he became merely a psychic entity for a time, before resurfacing around the time of The Schism. Currently a student at the Jean Grey School.
  • Radian (Christian Cord) - Radian was sent to a human jail[5] to atone for the crimes he committed as a member of the Omega Gang; depowered as a result of M-Day. Recently a member of the New Warriors under the name Phaser.
  • Redneck (Vincent Stewart) - Redneck was sent to a human jail[5] to atone for the crimes he committed as a member of the Omega Gang; depowered as a result of M-Day. Recently a member of the New Warriors under the name Skybolt
  • Tattoo (Christine Cord) - Tattoo was sent to a human jail[5] to atone for the crimes she committed as a member of the Omega Gang; depowered as a result of M-Day. Former member of the New Warriors under the name Longstrike; killed by Cancer.

Alpha Squadron[edit]

Hellions[edit]

Hellions

Corsairs[edit]

Paragons[edit]

New Mutants Training Squad[edit]

Chevaliers[edit]

Storm's squad[edit]

Lower School[edit]

  • Jeffrey Garrett - He was killed during the destruction of the Xavier Institute but remained as a ghost thanks to his secondary mutation. He vanished due to the loss of his powers during M-Day.
  • Leong Coy Manh - Younger brother of Karma, possibly relocated to San Francisco with Karma
  • Nga Coy Manh - Younger sister of Karma, possibly relocated to San Francisco with Karma
  • Carter Ghazikhanian - Son of the former nurse/love interest of Havok, Annie Ghazikhanian. Left with his mother when she thought the school was too dangerous.

Other students and wards of the Xavier Institute[edit]

The following students have been clearly depicted as attending the Xavier Institute since it re-opened,[8][9] but their squad affiliation has not been revealed. Some of these students may be a part of the Lower School or members of squads that have not been fully revealed, such as the Beast's Exemplars or Iceman's Excelsiors. Some are mutants, but not students, that have taken refuge at Xavier's.

  • Aero (Melody Guthrie)[10] - sister of Sam, Jay, and Paige Guthrie; depowered.[4]
  • Protozoa (Linus Sinker)[11] - turns into amorphous blob; possibly depowered.
  • Cryptid (Andy Hartnell)[12] - taken out by X-Men on Halloween; saved a young girl from kidnappers, but was then shunned due to appearance; possibly depowered.
  • Armor (Hisako Ichiki)[13] - relocated to San Francisco and currently a member of the X-Men.
  • Naiad (Aurelie Sabayon)[4] - depowered.[4]
  • Blindfold (Ruth Aldine)[13] - currently a member of Young X-Men;[7] relocated to San Francisco with the X-Men.
  • Carter [12] - taken out by X-Men on Halloween; possibly depowered.
  • Choir (Irina Clayton) - former member of the temporary Street Team X-Men; depowered.
  • Hitch-Hiker (Connor Lauglin)[14] - severe combined immunodeficiency; powers discovered when mentally linked up with Rogue and Rachel Grey; trained/treated by Beast; possibly depowered.
  • Devon[12] - taken out by X-Men on Halloween; possibly depowered.
  • "Ell" (Eleanor Sanford)[15] - friend of Ruth; taken in and captured by Poppa and the Underground and freed by Magneto; possibly depowered.
  • Eosimias (Hong Lianje)- possibly depowered.
  • Esme Cuckoo - deceased.
  • Flood (Eugene Walker)[16] - possibly depowered.
  • Eve[12] - taken out by X-Men on Halloween; possibly depowered.
  • Forearm (Marcus Tucker) - former member of the temporary Street Team X-Men; depowered.
  • Pinocchio (Frank Ludlum)[11] - wrote simple rhyming poem, "She's My Flower"; possibly depowered.
  • Contact (Frida Rivera) - possibly depowered.
  • Hothead (Germaine Caruso)[17] - he had flame powers but was killed during riots at Salem Center.[18]
  • Gloom (Jordan Lewis)[19] - depowered.[20]
  • Skylark (Greg Carlson)[21] - he had flight powers and spots on his forearms; possibly depowered.
  • Hydro (Noah Crichton) - drowned after losing his powers on M-Day;[4] mentioned as Hellion's lab partner.[22]
  • Spirit (Jacob Pace)[23] - powers progressed out of control until he vanished; spent last hours watching a sunrise with Kitty Pryde.
  • Elsewhere (Jaime Vanderwall)[11] - writing career encouraged by Beast; possibly depowered.
  • Collider (James Louis "Jim" Prindle)[24] - twin brother of Joe, who was human; used powers to accumulate wealth which he squandered and then came to Joe for a handout after he lost his powers; depowered.[24]
  • Jane[12] - taken out by X-Men on Halloween; possibly depowered.
  • Jeb[11] - romantic interest of Anne Moore; possibly depowered.
  • Jenna[12] - taken out by X-Men on Halloween; possibly depowered.
  • Josette Francks[25] - Genoshan refugee; wife of Robert Francks; attempted to seduce Angel and Iceman; possibly depowered.
  • Julie[21] - mentioned as a member of the flying class;[21] possibly depowered.
  • Kato Anishiwa - was an Imperial Guardsman posing as a student.
  • Iolanthe (Katie Atkinson)[11] - she had insect wings and was a "friend" of Anne Moore; possibly depowered.
  • Koren[11] - possibly depowered.
  • Longneck (William Hanover)[volume & issue needed] - former member of the temporary Street Team X-Men; presumably depowered.
  • Marie Jennifer D'Ancanto[26] - a human whose family was killed by mutants; she was forced to sell her home to X-Corp and tried to blow up the Mermaid bar; stopped by X-Men and enrolled in the Xavier Institute.[27] She is now the ward of Evangeline Whedon.
  • Melissa[volume & issue needed] - possibly depowered.
  • Cephalopod (Molly Stanwick)[28] - tentacles on lower half of body; possibly depowered.
  • Nancy[21] - mentioned as a member of the flying class;[21] possibly depowered.
  • Becky[21] - mentioned as a member of the flying class;[21] possibly depowered.
  • Silicon (Stan Finch)[19] - frictionless surface powers; depowered.[20]
  • Skywalker [29] - depowered.
  • Slick (Quincy Marrow)[30] - charismatic and projected illusion of normal looking form until disrupted by Quentin Quire; dated Tattoo; depowered.[20]
  • Sophie Cuckoo - deceased.
  • Spencer Bronson[31] - son of Anthony Bronson; after being subdued by Forge and Mystique, he used his powers to control his father until he convinced his father to let him go to Xavier's for training;[31] has three eyes (one on forehead) and could manipulate men; possibly depowered.
  • Spike (Gary Walsh)[30] - he had spikes on his skin; possibly depowered.
  • Susan[12] - taken out by X-Men on Halloween; possibly depowered.
  • Tantra (Reuben O'Hara)[19] - elephantine form; able to manipulate the emotions of others; possibly depowered.
  • Lipid (Anne Moore)[11] - became violent with friend Katie when she told her secrets to Jeb; possibly depowered.
  • Tito Bohusk[volume & issue needed] - son of Beak and Angel Salvadore; only member of his family to retain his powers.
  • Tommy[12] - taken out by X-Men on Halloween; possibly depowered.
  • Walter Lambert [28] - wheelchair-bound human exchange student from Empire State University; whereabouts unknown.
  • Wing (Edward Tancredi)[13] - powers neutralized by Ord; apparently committed suicide afterward in the Danger Room.[32]
  • View (Winston Frankowski)[16] - possibly depowered.
  • X-23 (Laura Kinney)[10] - currently a member of X-Force; relocated to San Francisco with the X-Men.
  • Overlay (Zach Halliwell)[19] - he could merge objects or beings; depowered.[20]

Jean Grey School for Higher Learning[edit]

Staff[edit]

Formerly[edit]

Students[edit]

Formerly[edit]

  • Angel (Warren Worthington III)
  • Anole (Victor "Vic" Borkowski)
  • Armor (Hisako Ichiki)
  • Dr. Frankenstein (Maximilian "Max" Frankenstein/Baron Maximilian von Katzenelnbogen) - Former Black Bishop of the Hellfire Club and former member of the Hellfire Academy; left school
  • Karasu (Karasu-Tengu) - The adopted daughter of Wolverine's deceased mentor Ogun, as well as a powerful psychic.
  • Kid Omega (Quintavius "Quentin" Quire)
  • Pixie (Megan Gwynn)
  • "Sojobo (Sojobo-Tengu)"/Luca Aldine - Evil brother of Blindfold. He possessed Sojobo-Tengu, the brother of Karasu, and briefly joins the X-Men students in his body.
  • Squidface (Josephine Brickelmoore) - Human who was pretending to be a mutant. Actually a mole for the S.H.I.E.L.D. and Mystique.
  • Stepford Cuckoos (Celeste, Mindee & Phoebe) - Left to join Cyclops's New Charles Xavier School for Mutants.
  • Hope Summers
  • Time-Displaced Original X-Men - The five original X-Men who came from the 1960s. Left to join Cyclops's New Charles Xavier School for Mutants.
    • Angel (Warren Worthington III) - Past Version
    • Beast (Henry "Hank" McCoy) - Past Version
    • Cyclops (Scott Summers) - Past Version
    • Iceman (Robert "Bobby" Drake) - Past Version
    • Marvel Girl (Jean Grey) - Past Version
  • Tri-Joey (Joseph Brickelmoore) - Human who was pretending to be a mutant. Actually a mole for the S.H.I.E.L.D. and Mystique.

New Charles Xavier School for Mutants[edit]

Staff[edit]

Formerly[edit]

Students[edit]

Formerly[edit]

  • Cyclops (Scott Summers) - Past Version - left after the Trial of Jean Grey to join the Starjammers.
  • Hijack (David Bond) - Mutant who manifested his powers after the event of Avengers vs. X-Men; expelled after breaking rules during a mission.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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