Dimmsdale Elementary School
The Elementary School with luscious plants
City: Dimmsdale
State: California
Country: United States
World: Earth
Additional Information
  School faculty
Production Information
First Appearance:
  "The Big Problem"
Last Appearance:
  "Tardy Sauce"
Destroyed In:
"Channel Chasers" (alternative future)

Dimmsdale Elementary School is the school where Timmy Turner attends, alongside other children. The principal's name is Mrs. Geraldine Waxelplax. Timmy's teacher is Mr. Crocker. It has students through 6th-grade.


This is a public school in the city of Dimmsdale. Many of Timmy's acquaintances are seen here, usually as a part of his class. The school hired Denzel Crocker, (perhaps an indication of a limited budget or simply being like most schools which have a few crazy teachers). The students consider the cafeteria food gross. The popular kids appear to get better treatment in terms of food, lunch table seating, bus seating, and admiration from their teachers, (perhaps because Tad and Chad are from wealthy families).


The Principal of the school is Geraldine Waxelplax, she is actually very nice and cheery as long as no one is causing trouble, although she sometimes gets angry at Chester and A.J.'s meddling and needs to be calmed by being given a sandwich (a tuna to be precise) or a cookie. Other teachers at the school include the smoof-obsessed Mr. Birkenbake, the effeminate drama and art teacher Mr. Bickles, an unnamed Spanish teacher, an unnamed science teacher, another Unnamed Teacher that hates Mr. Crocker, and of course, Denzel Crocker himself, who is the laughingstock of the whole school.


A number of students who attend Dimmsdale Elementary presently include Timmy Turner himself; his friends Chester and A.J.; his back-up friends Sanjay and Elmer; the popular kids Trixie Tang, Veronica, Tad, and Chad; Francis the school bully; Vicky's little sister Tootie also appears but not in Timmy's class since she is younger than him. Mark Chang also sometimes hangs around school, it is one of his favorite places because Yugopotamians love what humans hate, and most human kids hate school and cafeteria food which Mark loves. Although students of the past have never been shown, and it is unknown when the school was built, it can be assumed that Vicky, Vic, Mr. Turner, Mrs. Turner, Geraldine Waxelplax, Denzel Crocker, Sheldon Dinkleberg, and any other long time resident of Dimmsdale went through their public school system. In The Secret Origin of Denzel Crocker, it is revealed that Waxelplax, Mr. and Mrs. Turner, Crocker, and Dinkleberg were students at Dimmsdale Elementary School.



Dimmsdale Elementary in live-action, as seen in Grow Up, Timmy Turner!

The school is a white building with a purplish tint, most of the building is just one story but there is a tower in the middle at the front of the school. The symmetrical and simplistic architecture suggests it was built in the 1950's. Inside the school looks like a typical American public school with however it has lockers which elementary schools typically don't have. It has a cafeteria, and classrooms with school desks. There is also a sizable playground and recess area outside which includes a basketball court and tether ball. In the movie, the school is a white building and has the same lettering and flag.



Yet ANOTHER school dance. From Information Stupor Highway


Science Fair in Jimmy Timmy Power Hour


The sign in front of the school advertising Bingo, as well as Snail Races

The school is the host to many events such as:


Faculty and Staff



  • Mrs. Sunshine/Mrs. Doombringer (originally a substitute, but Timmy wished her to be permanent, but then he wished her to be a substitute again after he found out that she is an expert fairy hunter)
  • Monster Hunter (second substitute after Mr. Crocker falls into a well)
  • Princess Mandie (believed to be the new Social Studies teacher)
  • Jorgen Von Strangle (briefly a school councilor before getting fired)

Single Appearance

Faculty and Staff Gallery


  1. "Smarty Pants". The Fairly OddParents. Nickelodeon. March 22, 2002.
  2. "Movie Magic". The Fairly OddParents. Nickelodeon. January 27, 2003.
  3. "Stupid Cupid". [[The Fairly OddParents|The Fairly OddParents]]. Nickelodeon. February 6, 2010.
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