Victorian girl Dorothy Lambert has been taken in by her Uncle Ezra, who treats her like a poor relation. Now Dorothy is considered old enough to earn her own living, so Uncle Ezra packs her off to a boarding school where she is to earn her keep as a pupil-governess (earn her board and tuition by teaching and domestic duties, and get no wages). She is considered low by school staff and treated as such. But Uncle Ezra has told Dorothy that if she does not profit from her position, she will receive no more of his (cold) charity. On a stranger note, the school is said to be haunted by a ghost known as The Veiled Lady.
- Writer: Marion Turner (under pen name Fiona Turner)
- Artist: Don Walker
- The Nobody of the School – Judy: #1167 (22 May 1982) – #1177 (31 July 1982)
- Reprinted as The Veiled Lady – Judy: #1468 (February 27 1988) – #1478 (May 7 1988)
- Reprinted as The Nobody of the School as Judy classic: M&J: #165 (9 July 1994) – #175 (17 September 1994)