The following students have been clearly depicted as attending the Xavier Institute since it re-opened in Astonishing X-Men (3rd series) #1 and New X-Men: Academy X #1 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.
Angel IV (Angel Salvadore) First appearance: New X-Men #118
All Xavier Institute appearances: New X-Men #118-120, 122-126, 131, 135-138, 140-141, 146-150, New Mutants (2nd series) #11 [flashback only], Exiles #48
Powers: insect mutation gives her wings extending from her backside that enable her to fly or produce ultrasonic vibrations by flapping her wings at high speeds, and can spew a biological acid from her saliva glands that is highly corrosive to the touch
- Angel came from a dysfunctional family and was abused physically and sexually by her father.
- Angel was assigned to the “Special Class” taught by Xorn. She was also briefly affiliated with the version of the Brotherhood assembled by “Xorn” while he was impersonating Magneto.
- Angel received a commendation at the Institute’s first prize-giving ceremony for her heroism.
- Angel was briefly roommates with Wallflower but left due to Laurie’s pheromone powers.
- Angel was romantically involved with her classmate Beak and became pregnant. She laid several dozen eggs and at least six of her children successfully hatched. These offspring all possess both fly-like and avian characteristics to varying degrees.
Blindfold First appearance: Astonishing X-Men (3rd series) #7
All Xavier Institute appearances: Astonishing X-Men (3rd series) #7-8
Powers: clairvoyance makes up for her lack of physical eyes, enabling her to visualize present events and those destined to occur in the near future
- Blindfold was first mentioned in Astonishing X-Men #4.
Forearm II First appearance: New X-Men #117
All Xavier Institute appearances: New X-Men #117, 140, 149-150, New Mutants (2nd series) #7, 9, Gambit (4th series) #10
Powers: slightly longer than normal arms
- Forearm was one of many background students to appear in several issues of New X-Men.
- Forearm was among the students who followed Cyclops in opposing Xorn’s rampage in New York City [New X-Men #149-150].
- His name was never revealed in his handful of appearances. It was first revealed in The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Teams 2005.
Eugene First appearance: Gambit (4th series) #10
All Xavier Institute appearances: Gambit (4th series) #10
Gloom First appearance: X-Treme X-Men #20
All Xavier Institute appearances: X-Treme X-Men #20, 23, X-Men (2nd series) #157
Powers: release a nerve-dampening darkness that temporarily disables another person’s ability to see
Greg First appearance: X-Men Unlimited (2nd series) #3
All Xavier Institute appearances: X-Men Unlimited (2nd series) #3
- Greg has a spotted, leopard-like pattern on his forearms.
- Greg mentions that he was part of flying class. Beyond this nothing has been revealed about his mutation.
Guthrie, Melody First appearance: New Mutants (1st series) #42 (unconfirmed)
All Xavier Institute appearances: Uncanny X-Men #444
Powers: radiant energy aura enabling her to fly
- Melody is one of the latest Guthrie siblings to manifest mutant abilities. She is the fifth youngest out of ten (!) children in the family.
- Based on the established ages of the Guthrie siblings and her placement among them, it is likely that Melody is too young to have been assigned to a training squad.
- In the few Guthrie farm scenes there was sometimes shown a brown-haired girl besides Joelle Guthrie, who in retrospect seems to have bee Melody. Her name wasn’t revealed before Uncanny X-Men #444.
Hisako First appearance: Astonishing X-Men (3rd series) #4
All Xavier Institute appearances: Astonishing X-Men (3rd series) #4-5, 7-9
Powers: psionic exo-armor increases her physical strength, magnifies the force behind her blows, and protects her from a significant degree of physical harm
- Hisako has a bright future ahead of her as the leader of the X-Men! In Runaways (2nd series) #2, a time-traveling future version of Runaways’ member Arsenic (Gertrude Yorkes) recounts how a nefarious villain managed to defeat Hisako’s team of X-Men.
Longneck First appearance: New X-Men #140
All Xavier Institute appearances: New X-Men # 140, 149, New Mutants (2nd series) #9, 13
Powers: slightly longer than normal neck
- Longneck was another of the background students who joined Cyclops in opposing Xorn’s rampage in New York City [New X-Men #149-150].
- Longneck’s codename was never revealed in his actual appearances but appeared in The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Teams 2005.
Tantra (Reuben) First appearance: X-Treme X-Men #20
All Xavier Institute appearances: X-Treme X-Men #20, 22-23, X-Men (2nd series) #157
Powers: cast energy flares that manipulate the libido of other people, causing them to become extremely aroused by anything he chooses, possesses an elephant-like physiology including large ears, stubby fingers, tusks, and a trunk
- Reuben’s last name is still unrevealed.
Winston First appearance: Gambit (4th series) #10
All Xavier Institute appearances: Gambit (4th series) #10
- Kitty Pryde assigned Winston to be “mentored” by Gambit after he was caught trying to steal the answers to her tests.
X-23 First appearance: NYX #3
All Xavier Institute appearances: X-Men (2nd series) #165, Uncanny X-Men #455, 460
Powers: accelerated cellular regeneration augments her natural strength, speed, agility, endurance, and reflexes, expands her perceptions to give her animal-like senses, and grants her an accelerated healing factor that can stave off poisons, suppress the aging process and repair damaged cells and tissue within minutes, two retractable claws made of razor tipped and extremely dense bone extend from each forearm through the back of her hand and one from each foot between the toes, adamantium metal has been surgically bonded to her skeleton and claws to make them virtually unbreakable
- X-23 is a clone of Wolverine created by a scientific research team in Canada. She was trained to be an assassin but was liberated through the efforts of her “mother”, Dr. Sarah Kinney.
- X-23 lived on the streets of New York for a period and worked as a prostitute before being discovered by the X-Men.
name unrevealed, the “veiny guy” First appearance: New X-Men: Academy X #5
All Xavier Institute appearances: New X-Men: Academy X #5, 8, 13
Students that were merely mentioned, but have yet to be seen:
Noah - mentioned as Julian’s lab partner in New X-Men: Academy X #7
Becky, Julie and Nancy - all mentioned as members of the flying class in X-Men Unlimited (2nd series) #3