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What year would I be in Hogwarts if I'm 14?


  1. What year would I be in Hogwarts if I'm 14?
  2. Can you attend Hogwarts in real life?
  3. Is there a school of magic?
  4. Is Ilvermorny better than Hogwarts?
  5. Can an American go to Hogwarts?

What year would I be in Hogwarts if I'm 14?

Third Year: 13–14 years of age. (This would be the equivalent of eighth grade.) Fourth Year: 14–15 years of age. (This would be the equivalent of the freshman year at high school.)

Can you attend Hogwarts in real life?

Harry Potter fans can now enrol as a student at a real-life Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. There's now a real-life Hogwarts opening in the UK – and it's magical.

Is there a school of magic?

The Grey School of Wizardry is a school specializing in occult magic, operating primarily online and as a non-profit educational institution in the State of California....Grey School of WizardryEstablished2004HeadmasterOberon Zell-RavenheartFaculty18Age11+

Is Ilvermorny better than Hogwarts?

The sorting at Ilvermorny is done differently than at Hogwarts as well. While Ilvermorny may or may not be better than Hogwarts, they certainly do things differently. But that makes sense, because Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is a different kind of movie than the Harry Potter films.

Can an American go to Hogwarts?

Affiliation. Ilvermorny School of Witchcraft and Wizardry was the American wizarding school, located on Mount Greylock in Massachusetts. It accepted students from all over North America.



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