Slytherin Thoughts on Course Selection Prof. Will Lestrange
When I first enrolled in this school seven and a half years ago, I was brought on as a Quidditch recruit. At the time, I wasn't expecting to have much interest in anything on offer that wasn't directly connected to the pitch. But I learned very quickly (with the help of then-Promising Student Maxwell "Max" Shadow) how important my progress in coursework was for supporting the House.
Seventy-five term courses, twelve OWLs, and three NEWTs later – along with teaching three courses of my own, I think I have a good sense of how to make HOL course selection enhance your HOL experience: if you keep the following tips in mind when it's time to sign up for classes, they should serve you well![READ MORE]
The Fraying of a Brilliant Mind Daria Summers
Sunday – 10 Jan I had always taken to cleaning my house every Saturday. It was a set routine that stopped my condition from getting out of control. I dusted and mopped and polished every corner, every nook I could find. I knew it was getting worse, taking over my brain, the reason why he left. No, I can't think about him now. I need to move that piece of china back into place or my head will start aching again. Yes, that is what I will do.[READ MORE]
Harry Potter Read-Along Update February Fortescue
We only have 10 chapters remaining before we conclude Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, so now is the perfect time to join us in the Dungeons before our discussion of this wonderful book – and all seven books in the Harry Potter series – comes to an end! [READ MORE]