Dragon Hall is actually an old tomb re-purposed to act as a school. It's unknown how far it actually goes downward, but there is a statue of Maleficent's dragon form on the landing between the 2d and 3rd basements. There is barely any light and the lockers are haphazardly lined against the walls. There is a forbidden library, which serves as storage for now defunct information; Dr. Facilier is the only one with the key, and he has a spider the size of a cauldron guarding it.
The outside is a graveyard, with many tombstones now having sayings on them rather than the names of the deceased.
Taught by the wizard Yen Sid. The only hero to be amongst the staff of the school, as King Beast wished to have someone help the students with formerly magical parents adapt to more modern methods. It teaches how to use technology, since magic is disabled on the island. Yen Sid often quotes Clarke's Law to his class - "Any higher form of technology is indistinguishable from magic."
Taught by Mother Gothel. She is amongst many villains who were revived and imprisoned. She is always 30 minutes late, annoyed the students are there before her. The class would study photos of villains, and their homework would included taking their own photos; Evie passed with flying colors due to the vanity her mother had taught her.
Specifics and who teaches this class are unknown.
Same as Advanced Vanities, although in it is unknown who teaches this class or what its specifics are.
Evil Schemes and Nasty Plots
Taught by Lady Tremaine, the Wicked Stepmother. She encourages the students to plot better than the previous generation did, giving the assignment of year-long plotting to win an award. Only Mal seems to try hardest in this class, given the pressure from her mother.
A class that teaches about thievery. It has many guest lecturers, such as the headmaster. Mother Gothel and Cruella's exploits are some of those that are mentioned.
Unknown who teaches this class, but it's teaches basic science.
A class that runs basic physical fitness. The class usually runs the length of the tomb.
- Maleficent vaguely refers to this place in the film, but not by its name.