Hi there! I didn’t realise that this was already up but I was lurking around the Japanese Wikipedia and there’s a change in my watchlist for Kaichou wa Maid-sama!’s page, it was updated with a staff list and a link to TBS’s page for the series!
Okay, for starters, the series is going to be animated by J.C.Staff, directed by Hiroaki Sakurai, series composition by Mamiko Ikeda, animation character designs by Yuki Imoto and music composed by Tōru Motoyama.
Personally, I have yet to watch any of Sakurai-san’s work as well as Motoyama-san’s music composition and Imoto’s character designs. For Ikeda-san, I’ve watched a number of series that were under (or at least scripts written) her, Keroro Gunso, Princess Tutu, Emma and Midori Days.
About J.C. Staff, they are absolutely great! I first saw J.C.Staff in R.O.D The TV then Honey and Clover and Nodame Cantabile! They were great in doing justice to a mangaka’s artwork. Not to mention both Honey and Clover and Nodame Cantabile~ This company doesn’t have a distinct animation style but rather has the style of bringing out the original creator’s style of art to life.
Tokyo Broadcasting System’s page for Kaichou wa Maid-sama! is already up here. The page’s image was first seen as the cover art of chapter 2 =) The series will be co-broadcasted by Tokyo Broadcasting System (TBS) and BS-TBS~
[Edit]: I searched around the Net and found out that Yuki Imoto will be doing her first animation character designs for the series. She’s previously done key animation for Shakugan no Shana, Honey and Clover, R.O.D The TV and Nodame Cantabile, just to name a few.
Tōru Motoyama’s name isn’t Satoshi Motoyama (he has the same characters as the Japanese F1 racing driver of the said name but the only difference between their names are that their pronunciation is different.) as stated in Anime News Network’s encyclopaedia.
[Note by Mariko]: Sakurai-san directed the anime adaptation of Daa! Daa! Daa! or also known as UFO Baby.