The teachers and students of McKinley High (and your favorite Warbler, of course) posed for some snapshots before the show returns to FOX on September 20.
Jayma Mays returns as OCD guidance counselor Emma Pillsbury.
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Harry Shum, Jr., poses as the dancer-with-the-abs, Mike Chang.
Head Warbler Blaine Anderson (Darren Criss) shows off his signature uniform.
Heather Morris, whose recently released photos shot by photographer Tyler Shields sparked controversy, poses as Brittany S. Pierce.
Matthew Morrison returns to lead the McKinley Glee Club to glory as Will Schuester.
Football coach Shannon Beiste (Dot Jones) is back at McKinley.
Mark Salling and his guitar pose as Noah Puckerman, aka Puck.
Finn Hudson (Cory Monteith) keeps up his All-American, sorta-awkward pose in his back-to-school photo.
Dianna Agron returns as former mean-girl-cheerleader Quinn Fabray.
Still on a mission to become a star, Rachel Berry (Lea Michele) returns to McKinley High.
Amber Riley returns as the powerhouse vocalist Mercedes Jones.
Lauren Potter returns as Coach Sylvester's faithful sidekick, Becky Jackson.
Kevin McHale is back to school as Glee Club member Artie Abrams.
Santana Lopez (Naya Rivera) poses in her Cheerios outfit.
Jane Lynch, who will host the Emmys in September, returns to haunt the halls as Coach Sue Sylvester.
Mike O'Malley returns as Kurt Hummel's father, Burt.
Kurt Hummel (Chris Colfer) returns to the McKinley High Glee Club after a stint at the Warblers last season.
Jenna Ushkowitz returns as Tina Chang.
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