Harry Potter Fans Can Now Take Free Virtual Classes At Hogwarts

Ever dreamed of going to Hogwarts School? Now you can! Harry Potter fans from around the world can enroll in free online classes at Hogwarts is Here. The website, created by fans for fans, with no affiliation with J.K. Rowling or Warner Bros., offers a number of programs for aspiring wizards and muggles. In these realistic online Hogwarts courses, you can earn house points, meet new friends in the common room and much more. Best of all, it’s totally Free.

At Hogwarts Is Here, you can sign up for classes for all grade levels. First-years, for example, will enroll in seven iconic wizarding courses — Charms, Potions, Defense Against the Dark Arts, Astronomy, Herbology, History of Magic and Transfiguration. You’ll need to complete assignments, quizzes and exams, just like in school. And, you'll also be thrilled to hear that yes, you can play Quidditch!

Don't want to take classes?

You don't have to! Those who want to skip school can instead create an adult character and participate in the forums, read books in the library (or write your own), participate in Groups & Roleplays, and use most of the other features on the site. However, if you want to advance to Second Year, earn house points, or become a Professor's Assistant (PA), you will have to complete the coursework.

To get started, head over to Hogwarts is Here and create a user profile. You’ll need to decide which house you’re in, and join a dorm with your classmates.

Going to school at Hogwarts is the perfect quarantine boredom-buster.

Find out more at www.hogwartsishere.com.

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