Halloween Horror Nights Orlando attraction
The Skoolhouse
Attraction type Scarezone
Event Halloween Horror Nights: Reflections of Fear
Park Universal Studios Florida
Area Hollywood
Year 2008
Housed in Mel's Drive-In
Based on Original
Preceded by The Skool (2005)

The Skoolhouse was one of the seven scarezones that was featured during Halloween Horror Nights: Reflections of Fear. It was located outside Mel's Drive-In.

Description Edit

We don't need no education.

"September, October, November, Now it's time to remember The Trick or Treat time of year B̶l̶o̶o̶d̶y̶ M̶a̶r̶y̶ will show you fear 'Cause murder is the lesson Skool is now in session..."

Mr. Renshaw's class has always been good. Mr. Renshaw's class has never broken the rules. Mr. Renshaw's class has always been perfect little angels. All of that changes when the kids from the Skoolhouse "cut" class. The Children of the quaint town of Carey, Ohio are out to teach everyone that their version of Trick or Treat may be the difference between your life and death.

Story Edit

The Skoolhouse is a sequel to the house from Tales of Terror, The Skool. but as a scarezone.


The scareactors are children in Halloween costumes.

In 2012 it was revealed that the Skoolhouse Children were a part of the Morphan Legion.

Pictures Edit

Trivia Edit

  • This is the first scarezone located outside of Mel's Drive-In.
  • During the 2015 event, the chalkboard that has the poem written on it located in the gift shop has Bloody Mary's name erased, a reference to the legal issues regarding her use in entertainment.
Halloween Horror Nights: Reflections of Fear
Characters: Bloody Mary (Event Icon)  • Boris Shuster
Haunted Houses: Body Collectors: Collections of the Past  • Creatures!  • Dead Exposure  • Doomsday  • The Hallow  • Interstellar Terror  • Reflections of Fear  • Scary Tales: Once Upon a Nightmare
Scarezones: American Gothic  • Asylum in Wonderland  • Dark Reflections  • Fractured Tales  • The Path of the Wicked  • The Skoolhouse  • Streets of Blood
Shows: Bill & Ted's Excellent Halloween Adventure  • Brian Brushwood   • The Rocky Horror Picture Show Tribute