How Much Does it Cost to go to Hogwarts? (via Centives)

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How Much Does it Cost to go to Hogwarts? In honour of the release of the final Harry Potter Film, Centives decided to investigate what it would cost to go to Hogwarts. Hogwarts is believed to be the best wizarding school in England. The average tuition for a year at England’s five most prestigious boarding schools is about £25,800. On page 51 of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, Harry receives a letter detailing the equipment that he is required to purchase for Hogwarts. The let … Read More

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  1. Well then, prospective Wizards who truly want to learn real Magick and Wizardry should attend the online Grey School of Wizardry (www.GreySchool.com)! It’s a much better deal–here are the comparable figures:

    Tuition: $30/year for youths (11-17); $60/year for adults (18 and older); $120/year for “Magisters.”

    Textbooks: Grimoire for the Apprentice Wizard–$20 (required for 1st year); Companion for the Apprentice Wizard–$20 (required for 2nd year).

    Robe: (class available on making your own) ($75-$100 to purchase)

    Wand: (class available on making your own) ($15-30 to purchase)

    Gloves: (not required)

    Cloak: (class available on making your own) ($80-$125 to purchase)

    Pointy hat: $30 from costume store. (not required)

    Tabard: (required: class available on making your own)

    The Grey School offers more than 380 classes in all aspects of the magickal artes, in 16 Departments for Majors and Minors, at 7 year-levels. 30 highly-qualified faculty. Graduates are certified as Journeyman Wizards. Summer campouts around the country; many other social activities.

    Bright Blessings,
    Oberon Zell, Headmaster
    Grey School of Wizardry
    http://www.GreySchool.com

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