Hogwarts: Diamonds in the rough (Year 1)
Lacated in Scotland near Dufftown, The castle has extensive grounds with sloping lawns, flowerbeds and vegetable patches, a loch known as the Black Lake containing a giant squid, and the forbidden forest. several greenhouses and other outbuildings, and a full-size Quidditch pitch. There is also an owlery, which houses all the owls owned by the school and those owned by students. Some rooms in the school tend to “move around”, and so do the stairs in the grand staircase. Witches and wizards cannot Apparate or Disapparate in Hogwarts grounds and electricity and electronic cannot get signal and tend to “go haywire” in the schools ground, it is suggested that that is that due to the high levels of magic in the aria. some Radios however, make an exception if modified correctly. Now under the headmaster Janette Radric, the school has been repaired and upgraded to suit a new generation of students.
Hogwarts students are clad in Uniform
With a long history the school, located in Scandinavia it is known for placing an emphasis on the study of the Dark Arts. While other schools of magic in the series limit the study to Defence Against the Dark Arts, Durmstrang students actually learn them. While the school used to not admit Muggle-borns, in 2003 the current headmaster, Simion Adrian (a former student of the school) opened the schools doors to such students, while this decision was viewed as controversial by some he has quickly become one of the schools most popular head teachers in to date.
Durmstrang students wear heavy furs with blood-red robes
Located in France Beauxbatons has a history that goes back at least 700 years, when it first began participating in the Triwizard Tournament. The Academy is housed in a glittering palace. It is currently under the headmaster Nathanaël Gilles Lambert.
Students who attend this school wear blue and grey silk uniforms.